Choose one of the following ePortfolio methods to showcase your language acquisition learning.
- Power Point Presentation
- Google ePortfolio: This is an actual working website that you can enable for others to view.
Summarize each of the following components, created earlier in the course and revised using the feedback received. Be sure to explain the purpose of each. For example, you can summarize why you included your design of a language-rich environment for children as it relates to the support of language acquisition. For each bullet, you must include your summary and the actual assignment.
- Guided Introduction (Week One)
- A summary of your beliefs regarding language acquisition
- Language-Rich Environment (Week Two)
- Stages of Language Development Analysis (Week Three)
- Literacy Lesson Plan (Week Four)
- Language Reflection (You will choose another project complete within this course that you feel is a valuable reflection of your learning.)
- A summary of how you will support childrenâ€™s language acquisition in your professional role
- Language Resource File in APA format (Week Five)
Your ePortfolio should be creative, but also professional and demonstrate the knowledge you have obtained. It is helpful to be thoughtful with your content and creative with your delivery.
Your Final Project should be submitted as one project. The ePortfolio should address the material using college-level writing and critical thought. In addition, it should include graphics, visuals, and media, as appropriate. Contents should be designed to clearly and concisely address the material with research justification. Your ePortfolio must be formatted according to APA style, including a title page and a reference page. You must use a minimum of five resources in addition to the course text. There is no length requirement for the ePortfolio so long as all of the required components have been included.