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Students only interact with the teacher and materials available. True False.
The Foreign Languages Curriculum recommends to establish some division in the classroom: Work corners and a bank of activities Work corners and pair work Work corners and materials corners. None of them is correct.
Organizing student groupings, organizing space and time, maintaining discipline, and selecting materials and methodologies are skills related to... classroom management classroom behaviour classroom discipline classroom development.
This author defined the characteristics of the different pupils' groupings: Harmer Gnagey Chomsky Hymes.
_____ is the class grouping where all the pupils work in the same rhythm and pace. Lockstep Pair work Group work Individual study.
From the point of view of motivation, lockstep is not very stressing. True False.
One of the most important drawbacks of lockstep is... that pupils don't have much practise opportunities. that pupils use repetitions. that pupils have much practise opportunities. that it goes always at the right rythm and pace.
This kind of grouping "involves too much teaching and too little learning": lockstep pair work group work individual study.
There is conclusive evidences about the ideal combinations for pairs. True False.
In this type of pair, two pupils who are not side by side perform a task so that the rest of the pupils must listen to them. Open pairs Closed pairs Open and closed pairs Cooperative pairs.
In this type of pairs, the whole class is divided into pairs and are working at the same time. Open pairs Closed pairs Open and closed pairs Cooperative pairs.
If we split these closed pairs in order to form new ones during an activity we are working with... Open pairs Closed pairs Open and closed pairs Cooperative pairs.
This type of pairs are like small groups where our two pupils must help each other to complete the activity. Open pairs Closed pairs Open and closed pairs Cooperative pairs.
This type of grouping is ideal for activities of freer production. Individual study Pair work Group work Lockstep.
In order to start with group work, pupils... should have some previous experience in pair work. should be taught the main activity even in the mother tongue. should be divided in groups by the teacher. should have the goal of the lesson.
One of the advantages of group work is... that it is more dynamic than pair work. that there is a great scope for discussion. that is more relaxing that pair work. all of them are correct.
When working with group work, teachers should change the groups in short time periods to save in time organization. True False.
The most important drawback of group work is... the selection of the groups. the noise control. the change of pupils into their mother tongue. group work is the best grouping, so it has no important problems.
The first step in organising pair and group work is... explaining the purpose of the activity to the pupils. demonstrating the activity with confident pupils. organizing the class into pairs or groups. setting a pair or group leader.
This kind of grouping is generally used in reading and writing tasks. Pair work Lockstep Group work Individual study.
Careful arrangement of the classroom is not important to create an organized and secure atmosphere. True False.
In this layout the students are facing the teacher and can easily look at the blackboard. Rows U-shape In pairs In groups.
The main drawback of this layout is that there is not eye contact between pupils. Rows U-Shape Pairs Groups.
This layout is difficult to arrange for large classes. Rows U-Shape Pairs Groups.
The main disadvantage of this layout is that it does not foster group work. Rows and U-Shape U-Shape and pairs Pairs Groups.
This layout can be also annoying for looking at "front activities". Rows U-Shape Pairs Groups.
When ending a lesson there are several points we must bear in mind according to... Brewster Harmer Gnagey Hymes.
wWe must abandon drilling as soon as possible and get our pupils to produce language for communication. True False.
All classroom activities are communicative. True False.
We must give priority to... to listening over speaking and reading over writing. to speaking over listening and reading over writing. to speaking over reading and listening over writing. we must not give priority to any specific skill.
_________is now the most widespread method of assessment schools. Continuous assessment Final assessment Exams Direct observation.
The teacher must make sure that, once the activity has started, everyone is involved. This way, teacher is acting as a... Organizer Participant Encourager Language consultant.
__________ is perhaps the most important factor in a classroom. The classroom display The behaviour of the teacher The behaviour of the students The classroom layout.
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