1. The kind of motivation that is generated by what happens inside the classroom which can include the teacher's methods, the activities the students take part in, or their perception of their success or failure is. a. Extrinsic b. Intrinsic c.Internalized.
2. . This kind of motivation may be influenced by external factors such as family, peers, and the attitude of society among others. a. Intrinsic b. Extrinsic c. Internalized.
3. What level is this activity appropriate for? Students practice introducing themselves with language such as “Pleased to meet you”, “Hello, my name is…..” a. Beginner b. Intermediate c. Advanced.
4. . Who do you think is being described in this example? Students get really excited when the teacher offers to let them to sing a song. a. Adults b. Adolescents c. Children.
5. . I need to learn English so that I can work as a doctor in English speaking country. The kind of English I need is… a. General English b. English for specific purposes c. Target-language community interaction.
6. What level is this activity appropriate for? Students write and assemble the front page of an imaginary newspaper with stories you have given them and others they make up. a. Intermediate b. Beginner c. Advanced.
7. Being reliable is a matter of the idiom “practicing what we preach” Which of the following phrases express the meaning of it? a. Someone who tells others to save their money, but goes out and buys a flashy new car that doesn´t need. b. Do as you tell others to do c. You say you won’t accept belated tasks and then you do.
8. What is the teacher’s role according to the following situation? The teacher assumes this role to see how well students are performing or how well they performed. Feedback and correction is organized and carried out. a. Organizer b. Assessor c. resource.
9. . What is the teacher’s role according to the following situation? The teacher encourages students to participate and makes suggestions about how students may proceed in an activity. The teacher should be helping students only when necessary. a. Assessor b. Prompter c. Resource.
10. What is the teacher’s role according to the following situation? The teacher acts as a coach when students are involved in project work or self-study. The teacher provides advice and guidance and helps students clarify ideas and limit tasks. a. Controller b. Prompter c. Tutor.
11. This kind of grouping can be time-consuming to organize, but it can offer students a huge sense of satisfaction. a. Whole class b. Class-to-class c. Solowork.
12. Which is the grouping method that provides enough students talking time and allows greater student to student interaction? a. Solowork b. Group work c. Pairwork.
13. The kind of seating arrangement where the teacher’s position is less dominating and students have less feeling of seating back or in front is… a. Circles b. Separate tables c. Orderly rows.
14. What is important for teachers to consider when giving instructions? a. Check if students have understood what they were being asked to do. b. Use physical movement and gestures to show emotions. c. Consider the students’ priorities and time availability.
15. In order to rough-tune their language, teachers should… a. use complex grammar and vocabulary. b. raise their tone of voice in order for the listener to understand. c. consider the kind of language that students are likely to understand.
16. When teachers rough-tune the language they… a. simplify it to be understood. b. exaggerate their tone of voice to give orders. c. use complex grammar structures.
17. Which method or approach is being described in the following statement? The teacher says almost nothing; the students have to listen to each other, think and correct themselves as far as possible. a. The Silent Way b. Grammar-translation c. The Lexical Aprroach.
18. Which method or approach is being described in the following statement? Learning is the result of habit formation. a. Task Based Learning b. Communicative Language Teaching c. Audio-lingualism.
19. Identify the ESA in the following situation: The teacher describes an interview situation which the students are going to act out in a role paly. The students plan the kind of questions they are going to ask. They then role-play the interviews. a. Engage b. Study c. Activate.
20. Identify the ESA in the following situation: Students and teacher watch a video of modern robots.They describe the robots and say what they like and do not like about them. a. . Engage b. Study c. . Activate.
21. Read the definition below and say what is a pronoun? a. A word that is used in place or a noun or a noun phrase. b. A word that gives more information about a pronoun. c. A word which is used in describing an action.
22. A conjunction is defined as… a. A word that gives more information about the noun or pronoun. b. A word which is used in describing an action. c. A word that connects sentences, phrases or clauses.
23. In the sentence “I filmed the man I met” the object of the clause is the… a. verb b. noun c. pronoun.
24. From the examples below, which is a hypothetical conditional future sentence? a. I would have come by car if I’d known about the rail strike. b. I’d take a dog for walks if I had one. c. If I were you I’d get a new jacket.
25. There are four types of phrasal verbs: intransitive, transitive and inseparable, transitive and separable, and transitive, 2+ particles, inseparable. From the examples below, which shows the fourth type?
a. He’s broken up with his girlfriend. b. Slow down at the corner. c. I have to go on a diet.
26. There are some nouns that appear to be plural, but which behave as if they are singular. From the examples below identify which one is correct? a. Children like to play in the rain. b. The news is depressing. c. The poor live in terrible conditions.
27. From the examples below, which one shows ellipsis? a. Jean ate an apple and John ─ a pear. b. John was tires. Moreover, he was thirsty. c. Thomas went home. Pete did likewise.
28. From the examples below, which is a compound adjective? a. Walking stick b. Cherry tree c. ) Fair-skinned.
29. From the list below, which is an advantage of praising? a. helps to promote positive and appropriate behavior among students in your class b. The person may feel they are doing incredibly well at something, and therefore not worry too much about continuing to improve their work. c. It lowers the students’ level of performance.
30. Are mistakes that can’t be corrected by the students themselves, therefore, need explanation. a. Attempts b. Errors c. Slips.
31. Which one is not a way to correct student’s mistakes a. paraphrasing b. reformulation c. echoing.
32. Words that sound the same but have different meanings are known as… a. Cognates b. Close friends c. False friends.
33. Which of the examples below belongs to long-term memory? a. The ability to look at something and remember what it looked like with just a second of observation. b. We remember a house number because we have been invited to a party, but a week later we may have forgotten it because we don’t need it anymore. c. We remember our own car license plates, and passwords for the bank accounts or computers because we need to use them all the time.
34. From the list below, which is a disadvantage of praising? a. helps children develop an association between hard work and positive responses. b. helps children establish and meet goals and standards. c. can make children dependent upon external feedback, giving them little motivation to explore things on their own.
35. From the examples below, which one belongs to the deductive approach? a. The students listen to a recorded dialogue. The teacher draws their attention to the invitation language being used, isolated parts of invitation model for the students’ attention models for the students’ attention. Students practice using the same language. b. The students read a text and in their groups discuss the different way the writer refers to past time. c. Students watch a film of a job interview in preparation for an interview role-play. They pay particular attention to the way question are asked.
36. What is the feedback type that corresponds to the following example? S1: Why you don’t like John? T: Why don’t you like John? S2: I don't know, I don’t like him a. Recast b. Repetition c. Elicitation.
37. From the examples below, which one belongs to the inductive approach? a)The teacher shows students the position of lips and teeth for the sounds /w/ and /v/ before getting them to say words with the two sounds. b)Students watch a film of a job interview in preparation for an interview role-play. They pay particular attention to the way question are asked. c)The teacher models sentences using the past perfect. Students repeat.
38. What is the feedback type that corresponds to the following example? S: We look at the people yesterday. T: What´s the ending we put on verbs when we talk about the past? a) Clarification request b) Metalinguistic request c) Explicit correction.
39. Choose the feedback type that corresponds to the following example. T: How often do you wash the dishes? S: Fourteen T: Excuse me. S: Fourteen T: Fourteen what? S: Fourteen for a week. T: Fourteen times a week. S: Yes, lunch and dinner. a) Elicitation b) Clarification request c) Repetition
40. From the examples below, choose the one that shows an attempt. a) That was the first English film which I have understood it. b) It is fortunate the fact that she loves you. c) I wish I went my grandmother's house last summer.