SLP

(redirected from Second Language Proficiency)
AcronymDefinition
SLPSan Louis Potosi (Mexico)
SLPSpeech Language Pathologist
SLPSpeech Language Pathology
SLPSlope
SLPService Location Protocol (RFC 2608)
SLPSecond Language Proficiency (examination)
SLPStudent Learning Project (various schools)
SLPSea Level Pressure
SLPSuper Low Power (electronics)
SLPSan Luis Potosi, San Luis Potosi, Mexico (Airport Code)
SLPSystem Locked Pre-Installation
SLPSuper Long Play
SLPSmart Label Printer
SLPService Location Protocol
SLPSoftware Licensing and Protection
SLPSite License Program
SLPSymposium on Logic Programming Conference
SLPSoftware Licensing Program
SLPService Level Protocol
SLPStreet Light Pole (various companies)
SLPSpring Lake Park (Minneapolis, Minnesota suburb)
SLPSuper Long Play (video tape recording)
SLPSocialist Labour Party
SLPSociaal Liberale Partij (Dutch: Social Liberal Party)
SLPSerious Leisure Perspective (psychology and sociology)
SLPSeated Leg Press (body building equipment)
SLPSpecial Limited Partnership
SLPSoftware Licensing and Protection (intellectual property)
SLPSocial Labour Plan (South Africa)
SLPSierra Leone Police
SLPSystematic Layout Planning
SLPSupplemental Liquidity Provider (stock market program)
SLPService Learning Program
SLPSchool Lunch Program
SLPSymposium on Logic Programming
SLPSunoco Logistics Partners (energy product; various locations)
SLPSpoken Language Processing
SLPSpecial Little People
SLPState and Local Program
SLPSite License Program (intellectual property)
SLPSafety Lighting Products (Canada)
SLPSecond Life Project (various organizations)
SLPSpecial Loan Program
SLPSenior Law Project (various locations)
SLPStudent Life Professionals (University of Toronto; Canada)
SLPSupported Living Program
SLPService Logic Program
SLPSuggested List Price
SLPStreet Legal Performance
SLPSaint Lucia Labor Party
SLPSeiko Label Printer
SLPState-Local Partnership
SLPSeaward Launch Point (US DoD)
SLPSingle Link Procedure (ITU-T)
SLPSelf Loading Pistol (firearms)
SLPSouthern Lower Peninsula (Michigan, USA)
SLPSociedad Limitada Profesional (Spanish: Professional Limited Liability Company)
SLPStandardized Language Profile
SLPStandard Long Play
SLPSurface Launch Platform
SLPSocial Democratic Welfare Party (Latvia)
SLPSpring Loaded Push
SLPSociété Linguistique de Paris (French)
SLPSpeed Limiting Point
SLPSystemwide Livestock Program
SLPSupervivencia Libre de Progresión (Spanish: Progression Free Survival)
SLPStunt Like My Partners
SLPSan Luis Obispo, California Cal Poly (Amtrak station code; San Luis Obispo, CA)
SLPScouting Landplane (US Navy)
SLPSturm-Liouville Problem (transmission lines)
SLPSystem of Least Prompts
SLPSerial Link Protocol
SLPSnap Lock Pin (fastener)
SLPSri Lanka Police
SLPStructured Learning Program
SLPSystem Locked Pre-Activation (Microsoft)
SLPSensor Link Protocol
SLPsuperficie lorda di pavimentazione
SLPStokey, Lucas and Prescott (economics)
SLPSuperintendent's Leadership Program
SLPStandardized Language Proficiency
SLPSociety for Liaison Psychiatry (affliate of the Academy of Psychosomatic Medicine)
SLPSears Low Price
SLPSaskatchewan Liberal Party
SLPShelf Life Program
SLPSuperior Learning Program
SLPService Level Plan
SLPStock Listed Price
SLPServices Launch Partners
SLPStrategic Logistics Program
SLPSacred Landmarks Partnership (of northeast Ohio)
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These proportional differences in the subfunctions of the bundles of other functions may be explained using the continuum of formality in relation to second language proficiency. The findings from Chen and Baker (2016) suggest that the writing samples from lower-proficiency-level writers tended to exhibit more features of oral language and thus appear more informal.
This Request for Proposal is to utilize an assessment to evaluate the second language proficiency or the American Sign Language proficiency of eligible Arizona Department of Economic Security (ADES/Department) employees.
Difficulties encountered by the teachers in preparing and delivering CLIL lessons Lack of confidence in 25.70% second language proficiency Lack of teaching aids 22.80% Insufficient student 22.80% knowledge of the second language Translation difficulties 17.10% Cooperation difficulties 11.40% with another teacher No difficulties 14.30% Note: Table made from pie chart.
Bilingualism and the increased attentional blink effect: Evidence that the difference between bilinguals and monolinguals generalizes to different levels of second language proficiency. Psychological Research.
Second language proficiency in L2 writing is usually defined as control over the mechanical elements and grammatical aspects of Target Language (TL).
This study compares the willingness to communicate (WTC) of Canadian Anglophone and Francophone students to measures of their self-assessed, multiskilled second language proficiency and strategy use before and after a short-term intracountry bilingual exchange experience.
Individual differences in second language proficiency: Working memory as language aptitude.
You can also group students by similar second language proficiency levels for targeted instruction in English development or by mixed native language proficiency levels when focusing on new content, so that they can support each other's learning.
The bilinguals of interest represent varying levels of first and second language proficiency across the life span.
The British Columbia (BC) English as a Second Language (ESL) Articulation Committee's Canadian Language Benchmarks project was precipitated by ESL instructors' desire to address transfer difficulties of ESL students within the BC transfer system and to respond to the recognition that the Canadian Language Benchmarks, a descriptive scale of ESL proficiency expressed as twelve benchmarks, is now a national standard of levels of second language proficiency. Analysis and results were divided into English for Academic Purposes (EAP) and English for Access (Access).
Second language proficiency appears to develop in sequential steps; the students' speaking skills emerged in a predictable timetable.
The preservice teacher's existing level of second language proficiency compared with the teacher education program's requirements would determine the amount of coursework needed in language study.
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