TET English Pedagogy Set-9

1. Iconic mode of learning is based on the system of using-

(1) a variety of activities

(2) symbols

(3) images and diagrams

(4) different types of graph

2. If a language teacher has taught a topic in the class and no student asks questions in her class, then may be

(1) students are not paying attention

(2) she had been an excellent  teacher

(3) whatever was taught was beyond the comprehension of the students

(4) all the students are at a higher level of learning

3. The founder of Structural Grammar was-

(1) Newfield

(2) Chapman

(3) Chomsky

(4) Fries

4. While reading for comprehension, we understand that some pairs are examples of homographs. Which one of the following is a homograph?

(1) warm/tepid (being neither too hot nor too cold)

(2) lead (metal)/lead (give direction)

(3) lead (give direction)/dead (mortal)

(4) mail (post)/male (gender)

5. A ‘sight word’ is a vocabulary item….

(1) that needs understanding of the context proper visual

(2) that is to be learnt by heart

(3) that the reader recognizes and finds meaningful on sight without a complicated analysis

(4) that helps in judging the effectiveness of the author’s style

6. Find out the function word from the following

(1) And

(2) Champion

(3) Handsome

(4) Seizing

7. What do you mean by ‘review ?

(1) Guess

(2) Evaluation

(3) Critical evaluation

(4) Assessment

8. Content words are called-

(1) functors

(2) grammatical words

(3) lexical words

(4) empty words

9. Cloze means

(1) finishing

(2) missing part

(3) close

(4) assessing

10. The last stage of writing is

(1) controlled writing

(2) guided writing

(3) free writing

(4) advanced writing

TET English Pedagogy Set-9

11. The procedure of alphabetic method is-

(1) letters-words-phrases sentences

(2) words-phrases-sentences-paragraph

(3) letters-words-sentences-paragraph

(4) letters-words- phrases-paragraph

12. You ask, what has my government done for you? I can answer in two words a lot !”

The question put up here is..

(1) rhetorical 

(2) stylized

(3) a prompt

(4) explanatory

13. According to the observation in the National Curriculum Framework (NCF)-2005, English is a language in India.

(1) second

(2) foreign

(3) first

(4) global

14. Read the exchange

Teacher : Shall we go out to the garden and find out the names of those flowers near the corridor?

Student: Yes, yes, yeah.

Teacher: Yes, Ma’am, please

Here, the teacher-

(1) relates language function with politeness

(2) makes a polite suggestion to start reading

(3) confirms the student’s request

(4) offers an alternative language activity

15. Which one of the following helps in learning the second language without using the printed text?

(1) Natural approach

(2) Language immersion

(3) Grammar-translation method

(4) Situational approach

16. The study of meaning in a language is known as-

(1) syntax

(2) semantics

(3) morphology

(4) linguistics

17. The teacher tells a story about animals. Children make animal noises every time they hear the name of the animal. It is-

(1) total physical response

(2) communicative language teaching

(3) grammar translation

(4) reading approach

18. Any of a wide variety of exercises, activities or devices used in the language classroom for realizing lesson objectives is known as

(1) method

(2) technique

(3) syllabus

(4) approach

19. A test which is administered at the end of a language course for remedial teaching is-

(1) diagnostic test

(2) placement test

(3) achievement test

(4) memory test

20. The practice of grammatical structures in a controlled manner

can be done by..

(1) correcting wrong sentences produced by learners

(2) gap-filling grammar exercises

(3) writing paragraphs and essays

(4) explaining the use of particular structures

TET English Pedagogy Set-9

21. “In the backyard, the dog barked and howled at the cat” is an example of-

(1) simple sentence

(2) sentence fragment

(3) complex sentence

(4) complex compound sentence

22. Which one of the following methods of teaching cannot be used inter-changeably with each other?

(1) Reference method

(2) Incidental method

(3) Direct method

(4) Correlative method

23. Which one of the following statements is true?

(1) All formative tasks are meant for assessment.

(2) Assignments need to be given as classwork followed by homework everyday to provide variety and practice.

(3) Formative assessment, to be effective, must be conducted only after teaching a lesson.

(4) While all formative tasks are meant for improving teaching-learning, some are used for assessment too.

24. Mother tongue influence can be the effectively minimized in classroom by-

(1) using the mother tongue more often

(2) giving examples from the mother tongue

(3) giving a lot of exposure in the target language

(4) giving inputs from the target language in a simple, graded manner

25. Which one of the following sentences is a result of error arising out of translation from our language to another? 

(1) The teacher is giving examination.

(2) The students are giving their examination.

(3) My joy knew no bounds.

(4) Are you going by the train?

26. Reading skill can be developed best by-

(1) writing answers to questions on text

(2) focusing on the use of words from context in the text

(3) doing vocabulary exercises

(4) doing quizzes and playing word games

27. Who would be the implementer of education?

(1) Teacher

(2) Education Department

(3) Student

(4) Curriculum

28. A listening stimulus-

(1) presents input to separate groups of students who gather again to share it

(2) is listening to a good  commentary to review it

(3) enables students to discuss a set of criteria that they prioritize to complete and present a task

(4) presents an information gap activity such as giving directions

29. Which one of the following methods is suggested for teaching grammar at primary level? 

(1) Deductive method

(2) Textbook method

(3) Inductive method

(4) Translation method

30. Flower and Hayes regarded which one of the following skills as problem-creating and solving skill’ ?

(1) Listening

(2) Speaking

(3) Reading

(4) Writing

TET English Pedagogy Set-9

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