Q1. When the teacher quietly observes the students during a collaborative grammar activity, the activity plays a/an…….role.
(d) record keeping
Q2. Students can master complex language structures without being aware of the fact they are doing so, through
(a) regular, simple grammar practice sessions
(b) teachers avoiding the teaching of structure altogether
(c) use of grammar games with a focus on relevant structures
(d) more speaking and listening practice with regular feedback
Q3. In this example, there is a deviation from the apparently intended form of an utterance. Identify the error.
Target I must let the cat out of the house.
Error I must let the house out of the cat.
(a) Lexical selection error
(b) Word-exchange error
Q4. ……is the particular way a learner prefers to learn a second or foreign language.
(a) Cognitive style
(b) Cognitive process
(c) Behaviourist approach
(d) Literal approach
Q5. The focus is on using the language rather than analysis of the language and grammar is taught implicitly rather than explicitly.
(a) Direct Approach
(b) Communicative Approach
(c) Grammar-translation Method
(d) Structural Method
Q6. The students are asked to answer inferential questions about information which was implied by the text. Here, the student’s……. can be evaluated.
(a) speaking skill
(b) listening and writing skills
(c) reading and listening skills
(d) reading skill
Q7. Teachers may respond, to young writers according to their individuals needs. How? (a) Give them detailed feedback on grammatical errors only
(b) Praise what they do well making specific comments about the work
(c) Encourage them by overlooking certain errors
(d) Reward students who write well before the whole class
Q8. How does computer technology support language learning in Classes V and VI, to enhance accuracy in student’s writing?
(a) Rapid drill work
(b) Detailed error feedback
(c) Spelling and grammar checking
(d) Formatting and fort designs
Q9. The benefit of the bilingual approach in a second language classroom is that
(a) students gain confidence in the mother tongue
(b) students stop using their mother tongue altogether
(c) students understand basic concepts/ assumptions more easily
(d) there is less distraction for students in the class
Q10. Individualized educational programmes with intensive support to help students to consolidate their basic knowledge is referred to as
(a) advanced study programmes
(b) introductory courses
(c) remedial coaching
(d) revision sessions
Sol. The activity plays a diagnostic role.
Sol. Students can master complex language structures through use of grammar games with a focus on relevant structures.
Sol. There is word exchange error in the given sentence.
Sol. Cognitive style is the particular way a learner prefers to learn a second language.
Sol. Such an approach to language is known as communicative approach.
Sol. Here the student’s reading skill can be evaluated.
Sol. Teachers can respond to young writers by praising (them) for what they do well and making specific comments about the work.
Sol. Computer technology helps hugely in spelling and grammar checking.
Sol. The benefit of this approach is that students understand basic concepts/assumptions more easily.
Sol. This activity is known as remedial coaching.