TET English Pedagogy Set-6

Q.1 Decorum in spoken language pertains to:

A. Appropriate gestures

B. Correct grammatical usage

C. Voice quality or loudness

D. Clarity and purity of style

Q.2 “You ask, what is my aim? I can answer in one word: Victory. Which question is this?

A. Stylized

B. Explanatory

C. Prompt

D. Rhetorical

Q.3 Speaker 1: Where are you from ?

Speaker 2: Kashnmir.

During the assessment of student’s speaking-listening skills marks would be deducted during exchange of which speaker?

A. Speaker 1

B. Speaker 2

C. Both Speaker 1 and Speaker 2

D. Both are correct

Q.4 Use of motion pictures offers a/an………experience for students.

A. Vicarious

B. Abstract

C. Concrete

D. Indirect

Q.5 According to National Curriculum of Framework 2005, technology could be integrated by:

A. By using judiciously subject to economic and social goals of community.

B. With larger goals and processes of educational programs.

C. With revisions to meet current development policies of the Central Government.

D. As to add-on to the main educational goals.

Q.6 Receptive skills are:

A. Using grammatical structures accurately

B. Writing in a range of styles

C. Listening and Reading for information

D. Being able to self correct while using language

Q.7 The “Natural Order” in the process of learning English suggests that Children:

A. Are slow at learning to speak when not in school

B. Learn to read and write simultaneously

C. Are able to speak first and then listen

D. Acquire some language structures earlier than others

Q.8 A Learner’s competence in English will improve when he/she receives learning experience that is appropriate.

A. An equal level

B. A slightly higher level

C. A range of levels

D. A slightly easier, lower level

Q.9 A “mental Block” associated with English language learning is:

A. Interest in Sports

B. Disinterest in English

C. Lack of opportunities to use English

D. Dyslexia

Q.10 Which is the system of rules that governs how words can be meaningfully arranged to form phrases and sentences?

A. Language

B. Syntax

C. Morphemes

D. Phonemes

TET English Pedagogy Set-6

Q.11 “A student recommends the reading of the latest best seller, saying that it is very interesting. You listen, trying to make out whether the student’s observation is sincere or not”. This type of listening can be described as:

A. Critical listening

B. Comprehensive listening

C. Sympathetic listening

D. Active listening

Q.12 Functional grammar stands for using/teaching grammar in/through:

A. Parsing

B. Explanation of literary content

C. Context

D. Isolation

Q.13 The second language should be taught through:

A. Mother tongue and translation

B. Using the target language as much as is possible

C. Learner’s background and talent

D. Grammar and rules of language

Q.14 A speech community refers to the community which:

A. Uses different languages

B. Speaks different dialects

C. Speaks the same language

D. Connects by virtue of a link language

Q.15 Mina, an English teacher, describes a scene and asks the learners to draw what they have heard. This is a:

A. Mutual dictation

B. Picture story

C. Picture dictation

D. Picture composition

Q.16 Intensive reading is aimed at helping the learners read a text for:

A. Accuracy

B. Improving study skills

C. Pleasure only

D. Information

Q.17 Post-reading tasks are meant for?

A. Giving the meaning of difficult words

B. Assessing the learning and connecting it to real life situations

C. Introducing the main idea of the text

D. Explaining the grammatical rules in the text

Q.18 “You ask what has my government done for you? I can answer that in two words- ‘a lot”

The question put up here is-

A. Rhetorical

B. Stylized

C. A prompt

D. Explanatory

Q.19 Find out the function word from the following.

A. And

B. handsome

C. Trailblazer

D. Water

Q.20 Language is a tool because:

A. It is used for processing ideas

B. It is used for communication

C. It is used for thinking

D. It is used for conveying ideas

TET English Pedagogy Set-6

Q.21 Comprehensible input refers to:

A. The input that helps the learner take their competence in a language to the next level in a natural setting.

B. Any input that is understood by the learner and is grammatically correct.

C. Input aimed at boosting the learner’s vocabulary.

D. Any input aimed at improving comprehension.

Q.22 According to Stephen Krashen, there are two different systems of second language performance. These are:

A. The acquired system and the learned system

B. The hereditary system and the learned system

C. The acquired system and the hereditary system

D. The acquired system and the natural system

Q.23 There is a change in the learner’s knowledge base but it is outside their conscious introspection. This is an instance of…..

A. Explicit learning

B. Implicit learning

C. Acquired learning

D. Reflex learning

Q.24 Chomsky’s concept of Language Acquisition Device suggests that children have an innate capacity to:

A. Explicitly state grammatical rules

B. Accurately imitate adults

C. Memorize grammatical sentences

D. Acquire languages effortlessly

Q.25 Which among the following statements is correct?

A. Children start producing only isolated single words around 18 months of age.

B. Children between 2-4 years of age can produce sentence-like strings of words.

C. Children learn the basic structure of their mother tongue only after the age of 10.

D. During cooing, children cannot form syllables

Q.26 Which of the following statements is not correct?

A. Language helps in uniting thoughts and identities of the individual

B. In India, English language is spoken by 70% of population

C. In Indian Language, diversity poses a complex problem

D. Language is one of the most important form of communication among humans

Q.27 Before coming to school children are:

A. Fully aware of all grammatical rules related to language

B. Well equipped in their native language to understand and explain

C. Do not know anything about the second language

D. Well versed in more than one languages

Q.28 Which of the following statements is not correct?

A. Language is one of the most important and characteristic forms of human behaviour.

B. Language helps in uniting thoughts and identity of the individual.

C. In India, linguistic diversity can be used as a resource.

D. In India, linguistic diversity provides a range of opportunities.

A. Only A

B. B and C

C. Only D

D. None of these

Q.29 Which is no longer a position of the English language in India?

A. Link language

B. Associate-official language

C. Global language

D. Foreign language

Q.30 Correct speech habits can be effectively developed through:

A. Quizzes

B. Vocabulary practice

C. Dictation

D. Pronunciation practice

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