Primary English Practice Set 2022

Primary English Practice Set 2022

SET – 1 [Multiple Choice Question (MCQ) :]

1. L1 is generally :

(a) mother tongue is proficient
(b) language in which one
(c) both
(d) none

2. In India English is generally a :

(a) second language
(b) first language
(c) foreign language
(d) third language
3. In the multilingual context in India English is considered to be a :
(a) national link language
(b) library language
(c) window on the world
(d) foreign language
4. English is a library language means :
 (a) books of higher education are published in English which is a major s
source of information for us
(b) library works are conducted in English
(c) books are translated in English
(d) knowledge of English is necessary for working in a library is read and
5. Suppose four Indians-a Bengali, a Tamil, a Keralian, anda Kashmiri met in a seminar and they don’t know each other’s language. They will most probably interact in :
(a) Hindi
(b) German
(c) English
(b) Urdu
6. In Indian context which language is considered to be a language for wider communication‘ (LWC) beside Hindi ?
(a) Bengali
(b) Urdu
(c) English
(d) Sindhi
7. What is the sequence of the five stages of L2 acquisition ?
(a) silence, early production, speech emergence, intermediate fluency, continued language development
(b) speech emergence, intermediate fluency, continued language development, early production, silence
(c) intermediate fluency, continued language development, early production, silence, speech emergence
(d) continued language development, early production, silence, speech emergence, intermediate fluency
8. Holo-phrastic phase is a stage in :
(a) L, acquisition
(b) L₂ acquisition
(c)both
(d) none
9. The term ‘acquisition’ is associated with : 
(a) third language
(b) second language
(c) mother tongue
(d) foreign language
10. Which type of motivation is good for language acquisition ?
 (a) instrumental
(b) integrative (
c) both
(d) none
11. What are two cognitive styles ? 
(a) Field-independence
(b) Field-dependence
(c) both
(d) none
12. Which one is a cognitive style ?
 (a) cognitive conflict
(b) field-dependence
(c) cognitive apprenticeship
 (d) none
13. A child relies on internal frame of reference in processing information, looks at the language in terms of its parts and not very good at interpersonal relationship. The child is :
(a) abnormal
(b) slow learner
(c) unsocial
(d) field -independent
14. Which one is not correct?
(a) Age influences the rate of acquisition.
(b) Research in the area of age in language acquisition is not conclusive.
(c) Children learn faster than adults.
(d) Children learn pronunciation better than adults.
15. A child has access to computer with internet, speaks in English with his peers, watches English movies and serials, and interacts in English with his teachers. For learning English, this child is said to have :
(a) acquisition-poor environment
(b) acquisition-rich environment
(c) print-rich environment
(d) none
16. The terms like cooing, babbling, vocables, etc. are associated with :
(a) foreign language acquisition
(b) second language acquisition
(c) third language acquisition
(d) first language acquisition
(a) 1950s (c) 1970s
17. Communicative method was introduced in India during :
(a) 1950s
 (b) 1960s
(c) 1970s
 (d) 1980s
18. Which commission talked about three language formula ?
(a) Radhakrishnan Commission
(b) Hunter Commission
(c) Ashok Mitra Commission
(d) Kothari Commission
19. ‘Primacy of the children in education’ is an important message given by :
(a) NCFTE-2009
(b) NCTE
(c) NCF-2005
(d) NLM
Check your answer :
1. (c)
3. (a)
4. (a)
8. (a)
2. (a)
9. (c)
10. (b)
11. (c)
5. (c)
6. (c)
16. (d)
17. (d)
18 (c)
12. (b)
7. (a)
13. (d)
15. (d)
14. (b)
1. The term SSR stands for :
Multiple Choice Question (MCQ) :
(a) silent sustained reading
(c) situational structural study
2. The text book Blossoms is based on: (a) Structures
(c) translation
3. The main purpose of SSR is : (a) collection of information (c) pleasure
4. Which one is not a response to a story ?
(a) picturing
(c) evaluating
5. In interacting a reader feels :
(a) sympathy
(c) cruelty
(a) It is full of pictures
(b) It is meant for younger kids
(c) It follows the NCF-2005 norms
7. ‘Word Nest’ deals with :
(a) meanings of words
(a) language structure
(c) theme
9. The contents of Blossom includes: (a) only Indian writing
(c) Australian and Canadian writing
10. Dialogue journal is used to develop :
(a) speaking skill
(c) intensive reading
Check your answer:
(b) self study report
(d) statutory structural report
(b) activities
(d) substitution table
(b) aesthetics
(d) critical review
(b) anticipating
(d) designing.
(b) empathy
(d) hatred
Boi ?
(d) It integrates three subjects-Bengali, English and Mathematics in one volume.
(b) antonyms of words
(c) use of words in sentences 8. The contents of the new series of English text books are centred around : (d) etymology of words
(b) language function
(d) prosodic feature
(b) only British writing
3. (c)
4. (c)
(d) writings of several nations
(b) listening skill
1. (a)
10. (d)
(d) extensive reading
5. (b)
9. (d)
6. (b)
8. (c)
2. (a)
7. (a)
Exercise
Multiple Choice Question (MCQ)
1. Grammar teaching occupies a central position in
(a) total physical response method (c) content based teaching (b) direct method (d) grammar-translation method
2. Grammar is taught inductively in(a) grammar-translation method (c) audio-lingual method
3. Use of mother tongue is strictly prohibited in(a) direct method (b) audio-
(c) total physical response
4. Listening and speaking are neglected in(a) direct method method (b) communicative language teaching
(c) grammar-translation method(d) situational approach
5. Simultaneous use of four language skills is followed in(a) grammar-translation method
(b) direct method
(c) audio-lingual method
(d) communicative language teaching method
6. Contextualization is a basic premise in(a) oral approach
(b) communicative language teaching approach
(c) the silent way
(d) community language teaching
7. “Language learning is a matter of habit formation”, which method believes in this theory?
(a) CLT approach
(c) grammar-translation method
(b) direct method
(d) the silent way
lingual method
(d) grammar-translation method
8. ‘Accuracy’ is the goal of which method?
(a) direct method
(c) CLT approach
(a) direct method
(c) CLT approach
(b) direct method
(d) structural approach
(b) structural approach
9. Communication inside and outside the classroom is a goal of
(d) the silent way
(b) grammar-translation method
(d) content based teaching
10. Integration of skills is a desired goal of –
(a) the silent way (c) CLT approach 11. Functional view of language is emphasized in which method? (a) bilingual method (b) CLT approach (c) oral approach (d) suggestopaedia (b) grammar-translation method (d) content based teaching
12. Mistakes are tolerable in which method?
(a) oral approach
(c) communicative language 13. The concepts like notional syllabus competence, meaning focused teaching’ etc. are recurrently found in(a) grammar-translation method (b) direct method (c) bilingual method (d) communicative language teaching
14. Gradation of text is a concept that is generally found in— (a) community language teaching (b) communicative language teaching
(c) direct method
15. Which of the following is influenced (a) direct method communicative method greatly by cognitive psychology? (b) bilingual method (d) structural approach.
16. During the World War II which method was developed in the USA?
(c)
(a) Direct Method
(c) Communicative Method
(b) bilingual method
teaching(d) grammar-translation method
(d) bilingual method
(b) Indirect Method
(d) Audio-Lingual Method
17. Pattern drills were an essential part of which method?
(a) Direct Method
(c) Communicative Method
(b) Bilingual Method
(d) Audio-Lingual Method
18. Which method raised the slogan: (a) Audio-Lingual Method (c) Communicative Method ‘Language is speech, not writing.”? (b) Cooperative Method (d) Direct Method
(a) Cognitive psychology (c) Chomskyan approach 19. Audio-Lingual Method was based on : (b) Behavioural psychology (d) Connectionist approach
20. Eclectic method allows a teacher to choose elements from :
(a) Direct Method only
(c) Bilingual Method only
(b) Cooperative Method only
(d) any method that seems suitable
21. Content-based language teaching is also known as: (a) Competency-based approach (b) Reading Method (c) Across the Curriculum approach (d) Silent way approach
22. CLIL combines teaching of: (a) content and physical response (c) content and language both
(b) language and physical response (d) prose and poetry
23. Constructivist approach advocates that : (a) teachers construct students
(b) classroom should be teacher-centric
(c) teachers hold central position in classroom (d) students form their own knowledge
24. According to Constructivist approach knowledge is :
(a) objective
(c) fixed
(b) unalterable
(d) relative
25. Who among the following psychologists is a constructivist ?
(a) Skinner
(c) Piaget
(b) Pavlov
(d) Thorndike
Check your answer
1 1. (d). 2. (b), 8. (b), 9. (c), 15. (c). 16. (d) 22. (c) 23. (d) 3. (a), 10. (d), 17. (d) 24. (d) 4. (c), 11. (b), 18. (a) 25. (c) 5. (d), 12. (c), 19. (b) 6. (b), 13. (d), 20. (d) 7. (14. (21. (
d),
b),
c)
Multiple Choice Question (MCQ) :
LISTENING
1. Listening is not a/an
(a) passive process
(c) communicative process
(b) active process (d) bimodal process
2. Which statement is true for listening? (i) listening is a top-down processing (ii) listening is a bottom-up processing (a) only (i) is true (b) only
(c) both (i) & (ii) are true
3. Type of listening that we find in social gathering is
(a) casual listening
(c) focused listening
(ii) is true (d) none is true
(b)
(d)
4. Type of listening that we find in Quiz
(a) intensive listening
(c) biased listening
intensive listening
biased listening
(b)
(b) language is primarily written.
Contest is
casual listening
(d)
(d) language is primarily pictograph.
unfocused listening
5. Which statement is not true for listening? (a) Listening is necessary for ear training. (b) Listening is a passive skill. (c) listening is a top down process only. (d) listening should be used more with the beginners.
6. Language teaching should begin with listening because(a) language is primarily oral
(c) language is primarily ideograph.
7. In listening for specific information a student must— (a) ignore the etails (b) follow body language (c) identify the gap fillers (d) make a summary
8. ‘Predicting’ is a (a) feature (c) function ======== of listening (Choose the correct one to (b) sub-skill (d) phase
fill in).
9. A while-listening task must have a(a) follow-up activity (c) pre-listening activities (b) brain-storming session (d) writing activity
(a) realistic (c) meaningful 10. Listening material should not be(b) authentic (d) too lengthy
11. Which one is a barrier to listening?
(a) noise (c) difficult idea
(b) previous knowledge (d) wrong pause.
heck your answer:
1. (a). 2. (c),
3. (a)
4. (a),
8. (b), 9. (a),
10. (d),
11 (a).
5. (c)
6. (a), 7. (a),
SPEAKING
1. Traditionally speaking is a / an (a) receptive skill (c) active skill (b) (d)
productive skill
passive skill
2. In the latest trend of language teaching, speaking is considered to be a/an (a) active skill (b) passive skill (c) receptive skill (d) motor skill
3. The development of speaking skill is seen as a form of (a) skill-learning/skill-getting (b) movement from practice to presentation (c) practicing accuracy (d) role play
(c) teaching to role playing (d) role playing to teaching 4. Ultimate purpose of speaking is(a) to move from accuracy to fluency (b) to move from fluency to accuracy
5. The following functions are associated with speaking. (i) asking & answering question (ii) conveying intention (iii) discussing ideas (iv) narrating an event These are actually
(a) features of speaking
(c) components of speaking
(b) sub-skills of speaking (d) factors of speaking
6. Which one is a part of teaching (i) information gap activities (iii) role play (a) only (i) speaking? (ii) opinion gap activities (iv) simulation (b) only (ii) (d) none
(c) all of them
(iii) simulation is role playing. (a) only (i) & (ii) (c) (i) & (ii) & (iii) 7. Which statement is true? (i) simulation is a classroom activity. (ii) simulation is dramatization of a text. (b) only (iv) (d) (iii) & (
iv)
8. Which of the following can be used as an input for authentic communication?
(a) telegram
(b) role cards
(c) a lecture on authentic communication
(d) none of the above
9. Interference errors can be found in
(a) speaking
(b) writing
(c) both speaking and writing (d) none of the above
10. ‘Code-switching’ and ‘code-mixing’ can be found in
(a) speaking (b) writing (c) neither speaking and writing (d) both speaking and writing 11. ‘Gesture’ is an extra-linguistic activity that helps to communicate in (a) reading (c) writing (b) speaking (d) none of the above
12. Using gap-fillers is a part of
(b) reading & writing (c) communicative strategies in speaking (d) none of the above
(a) listing & reading
13. speaking fluently means
(a) the speaker speaks very fast. (b) the speaker speaks rather slowly. (c) the speaker speaks on the subject-matter in appropriate language and speed.
(d) none of the above.
14. Speaking accurately means(a) the speaker speaks slowly. (b) the speaker uses correct grammatical sentences. (c) the speaker speaks correctly on the topic in proper style. (d) none of the above.
(a) context 15. Which one is essential for speaking ? (b) exposure
(c) reading
(d) skimming
16. ‘Group discussion’ can be employed successfully in if
teaching speaking
(a) the teacher is aware of group dynamics.
(b) the teacher assigns role to only a few students.
(c) the teacher assigns role to the best student only.
(d) all the students take note of what the teacher explains.
Check your answer : 1. (b), 2. (a), 8 (a), 9 (c), 15 (d), 16. (a). 3. (a), 10 (a), 4. (a), 11 (b), 5. (b), 12 (c), 6. (c), 13 (c),
7. (c),
14 (c),
1
1. Which one is true for reading?
READING & VOCABULARY
(i) reading is a matter of decoding.
(ii) reading is a psycholinguistic guessing game. (iii) reading is thinking under the stimulus of the printed page (a) only (i) and (ii) (b) only (ii) and (iii) & (iii)
(c) only (i) and (iii)
(d) (i) & (ii)
2. To get the superficial idea of the text, we use what type of (a) skimming (c) intensive reading (b) scanning (d) extensive reading
3. Pupu needs to find out a specific telephone number from What kind of reading he will employ in this task?
 (a) skimming (b) scanning
(c) intensive reading
reading?
directory.
(d) extensive reading
4. Reading for understanding (a) skimming (c) intensive reading the gist of a story involves(b) scanning (d) extensive reading
(a) skimming (c) intensive reading 5. Reading a research article involves(b) scanning (d) extensive reading
6. Loud reading is useful for(a) spelling correction (c) comprehension (b) pronunciation practice (d) concentration
7. Three phases of a reading class are termed as(i) pre-reading, while reading, and post-reading. (ii) before-reading, during-reading and after-reading. Which of the above statements are true? (a) only (i) (b) only (ii)
(c) (i) or (ii) interchangeably (d) none of the above 8. Finding out key words and topic sentence in a reading activity belongs to which phase?
(a) pre-reading phase
(c) while-reading phase
at which phase of reading?
(b) post-reading phase
(a) pre-reading
(c) post-reading
(d) none of the above
9. Suggesting another ending to a given story is a task that can be given
(b) while-reading
(d) none of the above
(a) while-reading questions. (c) intralinguistic questions. 10. Questions that are asked before reading the text are called(b) pre-reading questions. (d) post-reading questions.
11. Find the odd one from the alternatives : (a) prediction for main idea (b) reading for specific details (d) subvocalising.
(c) reading
12. The SSR (Sustained silent reading) is a reading where (a) students read for critical understanding. (b) students read for creative understanding of the text. (c) students read for analytical understanding. (d) students read a large amount of texts for general
understanding.
13. S Q3 R (Robinson, 1970) stands for(a) Survey, Question, Read, recall, Review (b) Search, Question, Recall, Read, Review (c) Survey, Question, Read, Review, Recall (d) none of above.
14. ‘Ad-hoc vocabulary’ means
(a) words which are important for a given piece of text. (b) words which students require for his own use in speech or writing. (c) words which are technical in nature. (d) words which are new to the learners.
15. Another term for ‘active vocabulary’ is(a) productive vocabulary (c) passive vocabulary (b) receptive vocabulary (d) ad-hoc vocabulary.
(a) ad-hoc vocabulary (c) active vocabulary 16. The purpose of the language teacher is to expand the learner’s— vocabulary. Choose one to fill in. (b) passive vocabulary (d) productive vocabulary
17. ‘Gloss’ means
(a) providing the meaning from dictionary. (b) providing the specific meaning of a word in which context it is (c) providing synonyms and antonyms of a word. (d) providing the derivational forms of a word.
(a) wide reading (c) incidental instruction. 18. Which one is the best for expansion of vocabulary? (b) direct instruction. (d) programmed instruction.
used.
19. The words which have lexical meanings are called(a) grammatical words (b) content words (c) structural words (d) empty words
20. The words which have little meaning of their own, but show grammatical relationship in and between sentences are called(a) full words (b) lexical words (c) structural words (d) content words
WOW
21. Find the odd one out from the list below(a) functors (c) empty words (b) form words full words.
(d)
22. Which one is not true for idioms ? (a) Idioms consist of more than one word. (b) Idioms are fixed collocations. (c) Idioms are semantically opaque. (d) Idioms are part of a substandard language.
23. Find the odd one out from the list below(a) compounding (c) derivation (b) fixation (d) collocation
24. Find the odd one out from the list below(a) eponymy (b) synonymy (c) antonymy (d) polyphony
25. ‘Open set’ refers to(a) conjunction & preposition. (c) grammatical words. (b) preposition & pronouns. (d) content words.
26. ‘Close set’ refers to
(a) content words.
(b) empty words.
(c) noun, verb, adjectives & adverbs. (d) full words.
27. Hopkins coined the term “widow-making”. It is an example of— (a) archaism (c) euphemism (b) neologism (d) simile
28. The word ‘shoon’ (means rarely used in poetry. So it an example of(a) neologism ‘shoe’) is not used in current speech. It is only (b) euphemism
(c) archaism
(d) Simile.
Check your answer : 1. (d), 2. (a), 8. (c), 9. (c), 15. (a), 16. (b), 22. (d), 23. (d), 3. (b), 10. (b), 17. (b), 24. (d), 4. (d), 11. (d), 18. (a), 25. (d), 5. (c), 12. (d), 19. (b), 26. (b), 6. (b), 13. (a), 20. (c), 27. (b), 7. (c), 14. (a), 21. (d), 28. (c).
WRITING
1. Writing skill for very young children (age 5 – 8 years) is a/an(b) cognitive skill (a) motor-mechanical skill (c) organizing skill (d) sequencing skill
2. Writing skill for students of (a) motor-mechanical skill (c) writing correct sentences advanced level is not a/an (b) organizing and sequencing skill (d) cognitive skill
3. What is the smallest unit in writing for very young children ? (a) letter & words (c) phrase (b) sentence (d) paragraph
4. What is the smallest unit in writing for advanced level students ? (a) letter and words (c) paragraph (b) sentence (d) phrase
(a) correctness discourse 5 Accuracy in writing skill means(b) appropriate ideas (d) sequencing of ideas
(c) correct
6. Fluency in writing means(a) writing grammatically correct sentences (b) expressing correct ideas in correct language (c) writing without stop (d) writing legibly
(a) use of topic sentence (c) use of pronoun 7. Cohesion / cohesiveness can be achieved through(b) use of connectives (d) use of expressive words
8. Coherence is
(a) the way ideas hang together by clarity of ideas (b) using linkers (c) associated with linguistic unity
(d) giving an explanation
9. ‘Expository’ writing is
(a) sequencing of events and happenings (b) getting readers to change their views (c) giving a new perspective on an issue
10. Beginners should be trained first to write(a) descriptive and narrative passages (c) interpretative passages (b) persuasive passages (d) argumentative passages
11. Which is not true for writing
(a) Writing is a transactional activity (b) Writing is a communicative activity (c) Writing is a participatory activity (d) Writing is an affective activity
12. Which is not a sub-skill of writing ? (a) organizing ideas
(c) presenting ideas logically
(b) connecting sentences (d) finding out the topic sentence
13. Which sequence is correct for writing? (a) organizing ->gathering ->editing->correcting (b) gathering-> organizing ->executing->correcting (c) brainstorming-> correcting ->editing->executing (d) editing-> correcting-> brainstorming->revising
14. For university student which type of writing can be recommended? (a) guided writing (b) free writing (c) semi-guided writing controlled writing
15. For a student of primary school which type of writing task is
recommended?
(d) fully
(a) free writing (c) guided writing
(b) semi-guided writing (d) fully controlled writing
Check your answer
6. (b),
7. (b),
(a).
3. (a),
5. (a),
4. (c),
9. (d), 10. (a)
12. (d),
14. (b),
15. (d).
11. (d),
13. (b),
GRAMMAR
(a) Vygotsky 1. Which psychologist said that learning grammar ( and Mathematicsimportant for the mental growth of a child? (b) Piaget
(c) Pavlov
) is
(d) Erikson.
2. The grammar book by Nesfield is an example of(a) Descriptive grammar (b) Prescriptive grammar (c) Generative grammar (d) Transformational grammar
3. Nowadays there is a shift from prescriptive grammar to
(a) descriptive grammar
(c) contextual grammar
(b) formative grammar
(d) deductive grammar
(a) deductive (c) contextual 4. Nowadays grammar teaching should not be(b) inductive (d) rule driven
5. Functional grammar emphasizes on(a) use (c) form (b) rules of grammar/ usage (d) structure.
6. Formal grammar emphasizes on
(a) use
(c) meaning
(b) structure
7. ‘Integrated items’ refer to
one go. (a) items that provide a context in which grammatical aspects are tested at
(b) items to test reading skills.
(d) function
(c) items to test listening skills.
(d) items to test weaknesses.
(a) a lexical phenomenon that determines which word will go with other lexical words.
8. Colligation’ refers to
(b) the rule that governs the co-occurrence of grammatical items. (c) registral variations
(d) rules of adjacency principle.
9. An ‘idiom’ is a/an
(a) set expression
(b) expression that can be changed (c) expression whose meaning can be understood from its components (d) expression that does not follow grammatical rules.
10. Functional grammar emphasizes on(a) forms of language (c) use of language (b) structures of language (d) abuse of language
11. Structural grammar emphasizes on(a) abuse of language (c) forms of language (b) use of language (d) assimilation of sounds.
12. Which is not a principle of grammar teaching? (a) Teaching in context (b) inductive teaching focused teaching (d) teaching items discretely
13. In which method does grammar teaching takes a central position? (a) Direct method (c) Content based method (b) CLT method (d) Grammar translation method.
(c) meaning-
14.An example of theoretical grammar is
(a) Nesfield’s grammar book
(b) Chomsky’s transformational generative grammar
(c) Panini’s grammar
(d) Latin grammar.
Check your answer :
1. (a), 2. (b), (5)
3. (a),
4. (a),
8. (b), 9. (a), GAMER
10. (c),
5. (a),
6. (b),
7. (a),
14. (b).
11. (c),
12. (d),
13. (d),
Multiple Choice Question (MCQ) :
1. What is the purpose of using the textbooks (main readers) in the class? (a) developing reading skill. (b) reading for pleasure. (c) reading for comprehension. (d) reading for interest.
2. A teacher brings photographs, newspaper cuttings, kitchen articles in the classroom. So the teacher is using(a) domestic objects. (c) teaching (b) teaching-learning materials.
aids.
(d) realia.
3. A teacher uses a report from a newspaper to teach how to write a report. So the teacher is making use of a an
(a) authentic material (b) supporting document (d) teaching aid (c) parallel text
4. Which one of the following is not a principle of gradation of textbooks? (a) frequency of use (b) age of the students (c) range of content (d) availability of words
5. Blended learning refers to(a) mixing of e-learning and distance learning (b) mixing of face-to-face learning and distance learning (c) mixing of formal and informal learning (d) mixing of informal and non-formal learning. 6. Which of the following is not computer oriented? (a) e-mail (b) blogs
c) snail mail
(d) IWB
7. Gradation is necessary to
(a) stop or minimize retroactive inhibition (b) maximize retroactive inhibition
(c) introduce an abstract concept
(d) help students to read variety of text.
8. A major fallout of the widespread use of computer in the field of education is
(a) e-learning
(c) social network
(b) e-mail
(d) website
9. I.C.T. refers to
(a) all technology including computer used in the field of education (b) use of CD-ROM
(c) use of internet
(d) use of Interactive White Boards
10. Which is not true for a (a) he should not follow the textbook blindly. (b) He should supplement Textbook with other material. (c) He should consider Textbook as a tool only. (d) He should not select activities from Textbook.
language teacher?
11. The General Service List (GSL) of English words was prepared by (a) I A Richards(c) Dr. Michael West (b) Ogden (d) Roger Fowler
12. Which is one of the important principles of text books for beginners? (a) gradation (c) translation into target language (b) bilingual word list (d) structures of sentences
13. Gender stereotypes and bias among learners can be discouraged by (a) using text books which do not perpetuate such beliefs (b) allowing girls to mix freely with boys in the classroom (c) asking girls to cook
(d) asking boys to play football
14. As a part of a class project, a teacher planned a cooking competition in which all boys and girls should participate. Some boys protested. The teacher should
(a) complain to headmaster
(b) ignore protest by the boys (c) counsel boys to understand that gender stereotype is not healthy (d) respect the sentiment of the boys
Check your answer:
1. (a), 2. (d), 8. (a), 9. (a), 3. (a), 10. (d), 4. (b), 11. (c), 5. (b), 12. (a), 6. (c), 13. (a), wathe 7. (a), 14. (c).
Multiple Choice Question (MCQ) :
1. In a classroom timetable is fixed, seating arrangement is fixed, and studentsare assessed through tests/examinations. This class is a : (a) child-centred classroom (b) teacher-centred classroom (d) none (c) both
2. In a classroom a teacher provides learning opportunities for children, children work both individually and in groups, timetable is flexible, seating arrangement changes according to the activity being organised. This class is a:
(a) child-centred classroom
(c) both
(b) teacher-centred classroom (d) none
3. Which is not a feature of a child-centred classroom?
(a) A report conveys learning and progress of a child (b) children participate actively in activities (c) Children memorise facts given in the text books (d) children construct knowledge on their own, based on their experience 4. Which is not a feature of a teacher-centred classroom ? (a) teacher gives instructions
(b) children listen while teacher teaches
(c) report card conveys the child’s achievement (d) children are assessed while doing activities
5. At the primary stage which one should be stressed initially ? (b) fluency
(a) accuracy
(c) appropriacy
6. Accuracy depends on :
(a) grammar
(c) social context
(d) appropriacy
(b) content (d) participant role
7. Fluency depends on :
(a) grammar
(c) social context
(a)
(b) content
(d) participant role
(b)
(c)
(d)
8. Appropriacy depends on : (a) grammar
(c) social context
9. Worksheet is frequently used in : (a) Grammar-translation method (c) Structural method
(b) content
(d) participant role
(b) Direct method
(d) Communicative approach
10. Which one is not true for group/pair work? (a) It gives lots of practice to students in using a language (b) It allows quieter students to speak to a partner (c) It teaches students to help each other (d) It is a time saving process
Check your answer: 1. (b) 2. (a) 8. (c) 9. (d) 3. (c) 10. (d) 4. (d) 5. (b) 6. (a) 7. (b)
Very Short answer type questions :
1. State two features of child-centric classroom.
2. State two measures for making the classroom trauma-free.
3. Define accuracy/ fluency/appropriacy.
4. At the primary level, which will be given importance initially-accuracy or fluency? Why?
5. State four interactional patterns of the classroom.
6. State two advantages and two disadvantages of group work.
7. State two uses of language games.
8.What is scaffolding? Who is the propounder of this concept?
9. What is theme based teaching?
10. What is worksheet/tasksheet?
Short answer type question :
1. Differentiate child-centric classroom from teacher-centric classroom.
2. What are the principles of group work that a teacher should follow?
3. What is the significance of accuracy?
4. What is the significance of fluency?
5. What is the significance of appropriacy in elementary level? 4. What is scaffolding and its withdrawal? Why is it important at primary level?
Exercise
Multiple Choice Question (MCQ) :
1. A task is an activity that has : (a) a beginning
(c) an end
(b) a middle
(d) a beginning, a middle, and an end
2. An activity is an activity that has :
(a) a beginning
(c) an end
(b) a middle
3. Instructions are part of:
(d) a beginning, a middle but no end
(a) task design
(c) activity plan
(b) task type
4. Purpose of pre-reading tasks is : (a) testing knowledge of students (c) making rapport with students 5. Purpose of pre-speaking tasks is : (a) warming up for speaking (c) understanding body language 6. Post-reading tasks should be :
(a) brainstorming
(d) exercise plan
(a) easy
(c) difficult
(b) checking comprehension (d) asking useless questions
(b) drawing attension
(d) integration of listening skill
(b) more difficult than comprehension check question (d) critical and thought-provoking
7. Pre-writing tasks mainly involve :
(c) both (a) & (b)
(b) mind mapping
(d) neither (a) nor (b)
8. Which one of the following is not a task-type for While-reading stage
(a) matching
(c) categorizing
(b) arranging
(d) comparing with outside text
Check your answer
1. (d) 2. (d) 3. (a)
4. (c)
5. (a)
6. (d)
7. (c)
8. (d)
Exercise
Multiple Choice Question (MCQ) : 1. Which one is a relevant type of writing activity for elementary level students ? (a) letter (b) critical appreciation
(c) research proposal
2. Which one is not a relevant type of writing activity for elementary level
students ?
(a) dialogue
(c) diaries
3. Which of the following is a relevant writing task for elementary level students ?
(a) essay writng
(c) information transfer activity
4. A boy is writing a letter to his
(a) impersonal letter
(c) personal letter
5. Conversation classes are necessary for :
(a) developing listening
(c) developing reading
6. Skit is a:
(a) humourous writing
(c) One-Act play
(d) precis
(b) paragraph (d) precis
(b) precis writing
(d) thesis writing
uncle. This is an example of : (b) official letter
(d) letter to the editor
(b) developing writing
(d) developing communication skill
(b) pathetic writing
(d) lyric poem
7. Wall magazine is useful for : (a) developing creativity of students (b) decorating the school wall (c) developing aesthetic sense of students (d) spending the leisure hours
8. Teaching journal is important for : (a) developing creativity of teachers (b) making habit of writing
(c) maintaining classroom management (d) professional development
9. Book report is a common technique for developing :
(a) interactional skill
(c) extensive reading
10. For assessing communication
be given importance to ?
(a) accuracy
skill at the primary level, which one should
(c) appropriacy
(b) fluency (d) social integrity
Check your answer
1. (a) 2. (d) 8. (d) 9. (c)
(b) communicating skill
(d) record keeping
3. (c) 10. (b)
4. (c) 5. (d)
6. (a)
7. (a)
Multiple Choice Question (MCQ) :
1. ‘Participant observer’ is associated with:
(a) lesson plan
(c) remedial teaching
2. Action research wants to present teacher as:
(a) researcher
(c) evaluator
3. Remedial teaching is not for :
(a) revision of lesson
(c) diagnostic test
4. Remedial teaching is a part of:
(c) continuous evaluation
(b) action research (d) testing
(a) diagnostic test
(b) classroom manager
(d) Paper presenter
(b) re-teaching
(d) new teaching
(b) achievement test
(d) proficiency test
(a) objectives (c) testing 5. Which of the following is not an essential component of a lesson plan? (b) activities of teacher and students (d) remediation
6. Which of the following does not come under a ‘discrete point test’?
(a) multiple choice item type
(c) essay type
(b) matching type
(d) rearrangement type
7. Which of the following is not a tool for assessment ? (a) portfolio (b) checklist
(c) rating scale
(d) lesson plan
8. Which statement is not applicable for remedial teaching ? (a) It is not a re-teaching (b) It is highly need-based
(c) It is general and vague in nature
(d) It should not interfere with new teaching
9. Which of the following is not a common technique for recording of children’s performance in language skills?
(a) Assignments
(c) Record card
10. Annual examination is an example of : (a) proficiency test (c) remedial test (b) dignostic test (d) achievement test
Check your answer
(b) Record sheet (d) Student’s profile
1. (b) 2. (a)
3. (b) 4. (c)
9. (a)
5. (d) 6. (c)
8. (c)
10. (d) 10. (d)
7. (d)
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