TET English Pedagogy  Set-1

Q.1 Geeta, a teacher of Class I, is presenting language items in her instructions and the learners are doing exactly as she is telling them to do. What is she practising?

A. Total physical response

B. Direct method

C. Audio-lingual method

D. Communicative language method

Q.2 A teacher asks the students to assess their classmates during a debate competition in the class. This method of assessment is….

A. Individual assessment

B. Peer assessment 

C. Self-assessment

D. Group assessment

Q.3 Which of the following is not true while teaching the learners in their mother tongue at primary level?

A. It helps children in learning in a natural environment.

B. It develops self-confidence in the child.

C. It makes learning easy.

D. It is helpful in the intellectual development of the child.

Q.4 Home language is……….in a natural way.

A. Promoted

B. Acquired

C. Learnt

D. Taught

Q.5 Communicative language teaching lays emphasis on:

A. Grammatical competence

B. Language use

C. Form

D. Writing

Q.6 While teaching language to learners, a teacher should teach……

A. by giving instructions

B. through imitation

C. in isolation

D. in an integrated manner

Q.7 An intonation may not be a……..tone.

A. sliding

B . rising

C. falling

D. loud

Q.8 Functional grammar stands for using/teaching grammar in/through…..

A. Explanation of literary content

B. Context 

C. Isolation

D. Parsing

Q.9 A teacher asks the learners to think of ideas quickly about the topic :

‘Save Water’ and also asks them to note down their ideas before writing the article on ‘Save Water’. She is focusing on….

A. Brainstorming 

B. Assessment

C. Checklist

D. Drill

Q.10 Which of the following is not a form of literature?

A. One-Act Play

B. Dictionary

C. Memoir

D. Travelogue

TET English Pedagogy  Set-1

Q.11 Assessment is:

A. Judgemental

B. Product-oriented

C. Process-oriented

D. Both process and product oriented

Q.12 Which of the following is not a formative assessment?

A. Term-end assessment

B. Anecdotal records 

C. Portfolios 

D. Oral testing

Q.13 The multilingual nature of the Indian class-room must be used as a resource so that….

A. Children can learn many languages.

B. The teacher develops language proficiency.

C. Every child feels secure and accepted.

D. Every child learns at the same pace.

Q.14 An English textbook for class I starts with pictures, poems and stories and ends with alphabets in the end. Which approach does this kind of arrangement reflect in language pedagogy?

A. Top down approach

B. Language across curriculum approach

C. Eclectic approach

D. Bottom-up approach

Q.15 While checking the notebooks the teacher observed that a child has repeatedly made some errors in writing such as reverse image as b-d, m-w. The child is showing the signs of..

A. Learning disability

B. Learning differences

C. Learning preference

D. Learning style

Q.16 A teacher is telling a story with actions and gestures to class lll students. After this she asked them to draw pictures on the story in groups. Why do you think she asked them to draw pictures on the story?

A. She wanted to assess their comprehension of the story.

B. She wanted to see the participation of children while drawing.

C. She wanted to assess their colouring and drawing skills.

D. She had completed her lesson as per her lesson plan so, she

engaged them in drawing.

Q.17 Active vocabulary consists of words which are….

A. Used frequently

B. Phonological and lexical

C. Used occasionally

D. Difficult to pronounce

Q.18 The major aim of teaching poetry is…

A. Development of grammar.

B. Making learners to become poets.

C. Vocabulary development.

D. Enjoyment and appreciation.

Q.19 Morpheme is the:

A. Unit of a word that can be broken up into new meaning.

B. Smallest unit of a phrase.

C. Smallest unit of a word.

D. Smallest unit of meaning that cannot be broken up.

Q.20 A teacher of class II uses the learner’s knowledge and language to build a bridge between his mother tongue and English language teaching. Here the learner’s language is used in teaching English as a…….

A. Resource

B. Pattern

C. Hindrance

D. Translation

TET English Pedagogy  Set-1

Q.21 BICS stands for…

A. Basic Interrelated Communication Strategies.

B. Basic Interpersonal Communicative Skills.

C. Bilingual Integrated Content and Syllabus.

D. Bilingual Interdependent Course and Syllabus.

Q.22 A teacher wants to create a language rich environment in her class. She should:

A. Provide an opportunity where the language is seen, noticed and used by children.

B. Ask students to use only English while communicating in the class with peers.

C. Establish a language lab in her class.

D. Motivate parents to buy language games and activities.

Q.23 Literature for children is considered as a/an……reading.

A. Hindrance material for

B. Inspirational source of

C. Additional burden on

D. Authentic source of

Q.24 Which one of the following is not a form of literature for children?

A. Myths and legends

B. Tales of heroes of history

C. Picture books

D. Thesaurus

Q.25 Which one of the following statements is not correct about Print Rich Environment?

A. Pictures/ posters give children an opportunity to talk about things, persons and happenings.

B. Encourage children to create their own poems, posters, stories etc. and display them in the class.

C. It consists of context-based relevant material for children such as pictures, rhymes, stories etc.

D. Once the material is pasted on walls, it should not be removed for the whole session.

Q.26 A teacher gives a task of dialogue Completion to class V students. The role of this task in language learning will be…….

A. To facilitate conversation by giving specific language practice using formulaic expressions.

B. To provide frequent feedback only on grammatical errors.

C. Teaching of structures.

D. The separation of spoken and written forms of language.

Q.27 Using ‘realia’ in the language class means bringing…

A. Realistic objectives and targets for the learners.

B. Real level of child’s learning to the knowledge of parents.

C. Real life situations to communicate.

D. Real objects as teaching aids.

Q.28 Teaching-Learning Material (TLM) should be used by teachers as it.

A. motivates learners to further prepare such material at home.

B. supplements teaching-learning process.

C. prepares students mentally to sit in the class.

D. is not very expensive.

Q.29 A reader uses her prior knowledge, makes semantic cues and syntactic cues then moves to other more specific information. What model of reading the reader here adopts?

A. Bottom up model

B. Top down model

C. Interactive model

D. Whole language model

Q.30 A teacher asks her learners to collect words and phrases on various aspects they see and notice in their markets and streets. Later, the learners write the words and phrases according to the category and discuss them in the class. What is this practice known as?

A. Topic words learning

B. Genre based words

C. Active vocabulary

D. Thematic vocabulary learning

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