TET English Pedagogy Set-12

1. A language involves the-

(A) Certain Principles

(B) Certain rules

(C) Both (A) and (B)

(D) None of these

2. Principles of ….. emphasises on model reading by the teacher.

(A) Gradation 

(B) Selection

(C) Testing

(D) Presentation

3. Motivation is a process of-

(A) controlling one’s interest

(B) maintaining one’s interest

(C) arousing one’s interest

(D) all the above

4. Interest is said to be-

(A) interest in action

(B) contingent on motivation

(C) attention that is latent

(D) None of the above

5. The principle of gradation….

(A) is grading the matter

(B) is simplifying the matter

(C) is allotting serial number

(D) is giving grade

6. Match the following statements…

(i) The principle of definite aims    (a) bringing about change in teaching.

(ii) The principle of variety means  (b) arousing interest

(iii) The principle of gradation means  (c) simplifying the matter

(iv) the principle of motivation of means (d) the teacher should teach purposefully.

(A) (i) d, (ii) a, (iii) c, (iv) b

(B) (i)d, (ii) c, (iii) a, (iv) b

(C) (i) d, (ii) c, (iii) b, (iv) a

(D) (i) a, (ii) b, (iii) d, (iv) c

7. Who gave the principle of Motivation?

(A) Dewey

(B) Skinner

(C) Friad

(D) Mc. Doogle

8. According to Herbert Grammar should be taught by..

(A) Inductive Method

(B) Deductive Method

(C) Inductive and Deductive Method

(D) None of these

9. According to which principal, learner follows the sound and language patterns of parents, teachers and even classmates?

(A) Principle of Imitation

(B) Principle of Providing Condusive Environment

(C) Principle of Multiple line of Approach

(D) Principle of Comprehensible Input.

10. “A child can remember a ‘rose’ more if he had seen it himself than he hadn’t seen”

This is an example of…

(A) Principle of Accuracy and correctness

(B) Principle of Phonology

(C) Principle of Learning by doing

(D) Principle of Concreteness.

TET English Pedagogy Set-12

11. Which of the following is incorrect about Principle of Accuracy and Correctness.

(A) Selection of the words should be correct.

(B) Use of the words should be economical.

(C) Expression should be impressive.

(D) Pronunciation may be incorrect.

12. ……is based on the thought that the whole system of language cannot be taught in a small period.

(A) Principles of selection

(B) Principles of Gradation

(C) Principles of Presentation

(D) Principles of Testing

13. According to which, teaching matters should not be selected…

(A) Frequency

(B) Pronunciation

(C) range

(D) availability

14. Words or structures used ………should be selected according to the Principle of selection.

(A) frequently

(B) rarely

(C) hardly

(D) none of these

15. ……. tells the number of situations in which a word can be used.

(A) Frequency

(B) range

(C) availability

(D) coverage

16. Teachers should select words with more……..for teaching.

(A) range

(B) coverage

(C) teachability

(D) none of these

17………words should be selected to teach.

(A) useful

(B) rarely used

(C) hard

(D) all the above

18. Words with more,….. capacity should be selected to teach.

(A) range

(B) covering

(C) pronunciation 

(D) none of these

19. A word can display how many words come in……

(A) range

(B) frequency

(C) coverage

(D) teachability

20………..is affected by words.

(A) range

(B) frequency

(C) coverage

(D) teachability

TET English Pedagogy Set-12

21. According to………. things should be taught considering the age of students in the Principle of selection.

(A) range

(B) learnability

(C) coverage

(D) frequency

22. There are………Principles of selection.

(A) 4

(B) 5

(C) 6

(D) 3

23. Six Principles of selection force on selection of ….

(A) useful material

(B) good compositions

(C) interesting stories

(D) all the above

24. The meaning of Gradation is to make the matter.

(A) hard

(B) easy

(C) useful

(D) rare

25. There are…….types of Principles of Gradation.

(A) 2

(B) 3

(C) 4

(D) 5

26. When the matter is grouped on the base of sound of matter, it is called-

(A) Principle of Grouping

(B) Phonetic grouping

(C) Lexical grouping

(D) All the above

27. When the words are grouped on the base of situation, it is called-

(A) Principle of grouping

(B) Phonetic grouping

(C) Lexical grouping

(D) None of these

28. When the matter is grouped on the base of sentence structure, it is called-

(A) Phonetic grouping

(B) Grammatical grouping

(C) Lexical grouping

(D) Semantic grouping

29. When the matter is grouped on the base of meaning, it is called-

(A) Phonetic grouping

(B) Grammatical grouping

(C) Lexical grouping

(D) Semantic grouping

30………tells about the sequence of grouped matter, to be taught.

(A) Phonetic grouping

(B) Principle of grouping

(C) Principle of sequencing

(D) None of these

TET English Pedagogy Set-12

Set-12 Answer Sheet

1. C

2. D

3. D

4. C

5. B

6. A

7. B

8. C

9. A

10. D

11. D

12. A

13. B

14. A

15. B

16. A

17. A

18. B

19. C

20. D

21. B

22. C

23. A

24. B

25. A

26. B

27. C

28. B

29. D

30. C

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