TET English Pedagogy  Set-4

1. The students are asked to answer inferential questions about information which was implied by the text. Here, the student’s……..can be evaluated.

(1) speaking skill

(2) listening and writing skills

(3) reading and listening skills

(4) reading skill

2. Teachers may respond to young writers according to their individual needs. How?

(1) Give them detailed feedback on grammatical errors only

(2) Praise what they do well, making specific comments about the work

(3) Encourage them by overlooking certain errors

(4) Reward students who write well before the whole class

3. How does computer technology support language learning in Classes V and VI, to enhance accuracy in students’ writing?

(1) Rapid drill work

(2) Detailed error feedback

(3) Spelling and grammar checking

(4) Formatting and font designs

4. The benefit of the bilingual approach in a second language classroom is that….

(1) students gain  confidence in the mother tongue

(2) students stop using their mother tongue altogether

(3) students understand basic concepts/assumptions more easily

(4) there is less distraction for students in the class

5. Individualized educational programmes with intensive support to help students to consolidate their basic knowledge is referred to as….

(1) advanced study programmes

(2) introductory courses

(3) remedial coaching

(4) revision sessions

6. In learning the new language,  multilingualism is-

(1) a methodology

(2) an asset

(3) an interference

(4) a burden

7. Note taking is done-

(1) during a lecture

(2) while reading a review

(3) during extensive reference work

(4) while writing an essay

8. The method of teaching foreign language without using the pupil’s first language is

(1) direct method

(2) classical method

(3) grammar-translation method

(4) old method

9. Two words have identical sound and spelling, but not related in meaning. It is known as-

(1) homophone

(2) homonymy

(3) homograph

(4) polysemy

10. Language of word is not necessary for:

(1) imaginative thinking

(2) conceptual thinking

(3) associative thinking

(4) perceptual thinking

TET English Pedagogy  Set-4

11. Communicative Language Teaching replaced basically-

(1) Natural Language Processing

(2) Structural Teaching

(3) Situational Language Teaching

(4) Motivational Teaching

12. Decorum in spoken English pertains to:

(1) appropriate gestures

(2) clarity and purity of style

(3) correct grammatical usage

(4) voice quality

13. Inquiry-based curriculum is based on-

(1) deductive reasoning

(2) inductive reasoning

(3) heuristic reasoning

(4) analogical reasoning

14. Which of the following are structural words?

(1) Auxiliaries

(2) Prepositions

(3) Conjunctions

(4) All of the above

15. Conventions of writing include:

(1) story ideas

(2) proper punctuation

(3) imagination

(4) good vocabulary

16. Continuous Assessment focuses on:

(1) Formal assessment

(2) Informal assessment

(3) Informal and a combination of both formative and summative

(4) Outcome and achievement based assessment

17. Pre-reading’ activity in class is to:

(1) connect learner’s previous knowledge with what she learns in the reading text.

(2) connect learners with one another.

(3) enable learners to know about the story which they would read ahead.

(4) All of these

18. Pedagogical Grammar is

(1) grammar of pedagogy

(2) grammar for teachers

(3) grammar in context to connect grammar points with real life context

(4) grammar with formal rules to be applied while writing

19. What are these words known as ? the, of, and, a, to, that, it, with, but, they, she, he

(1) Sight words

(2) Fom words

(3) Use words

(4) Unimportant words

20. A teacher gives a puzzle to her class-VIII students and asks them to solve it by speaking out how they solve it. What is this strategy known as?

(1) Speaking aloud

(2) Think aloud protocol

(3) Listening

(4) Picture reading

TET English Pedagogy  Set-4

21. Sanskrit in India today is a….

(1) Modem Indian language

(2) Modern Indian language and a classical language

(3) Religious language

(4) Hindu language

22. A teacher of Class-VII asked her students to read a short story and come to the class. She asks them to discuss the major points of the story in groups and present them to the whole class. What is this reading known as ?

(1) Intensive reading

(2) Reading with a purpose

(3) Reading for thinking

(4) Extensive reading

23. English does not find its place as a:

(1) first language in the school curriculum

(2) second language in the school curriculum

(3) third language in the school curriculum

(4) medium of instruction

24. Bottom-up processing in listening is to:

(1) decode messages moving from sounds to words, phrases, clauses and other grammatical elements to sentences.

(2) decode the overall messages of the discourse and move down the micro level units.

(3) encode all the sounds from speaker to listener. 

(4) use multiple ways to decode the messages.

Q.25 Which of the following skills are known as reinforcement skills?

(A) Listening & Speaking

(B) Listening & Writing

(C) Writing & Reading

(D) Speaking & Writing

Q.26 Read the following conversation:

Speaker 1: Who are you? Speaker 2: Golu minister

Speaker 1: You come from where? Speaker 2: Ranchi

During the assessment of student’s speaking skills, marks would be deducted:

A. First speaker

B. Second speaker

C. Both of these

D. None of these

Q.27 Which of the following is an objective of speech in the learning process?

A. Improving one’s writing

B. Making learner a good thinker

C. Improving one’s listening ability

D. Making learner good in speaking with correct intonation and stress

Q.28 A disadvantage of informal method in teaching grammar is:

A. It is monotonous

B. It teaches grammar incidentally

C. Grammar is not taught systematically

D. It helps in rote memorization

Q.29……..grammar has replaced…………grammar.

A. Structural, formal

B. Formal, functional

C. Functional, formal

D. Functional, structural

Q.30 A child studying in class II says, “I writted the letter”. It indicates that the child:

A. Does not know grammar rules at all

B. Should memorize the correct sentence

C. Has over generalized the rules for making past tense verbs

D. Is careless and need good training in using grammar

TET English Pedagogy  Set-4

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