Q1. A person, who is a fluent speaker, is likely to possess:
(a) Verbal-linguistic ability
(b) Logico-mathematical ability
(c) Bodily – kinesthetic ability
(d) Musical ability
Q2. Which approach emphasizes interaction as the means and the goal of learning a language?
(a) Silent way
Q3. The Linguist, Noam Chomsky maintains that every child has an innate Language Acquisition Device (LAD) that he/she uses for:
(c) Universal Grammar
(d) Complex words
Q4. What is the main purpose of poetry recitation in a language classroom?
(a) To know the historical background of the poem
(b)To appreciate and enjoy the poem.
(c) To give their opinions about the poem.
(d) To become aware of the poet and her works.
Q5. In order to know the correct pronunciation of English words, the learner should
(a) Know the meanings only.
(b) Know the spelling.
(c) Know how they write the words.
(d) Know the spelling, meanings and how they are pronounced.
Q6. A word gets its meaning:
(a) From its origin
(b) In relation to its context
(c) From dictionary only
Q7. When we sing a rhyme in an English language classroom, we:
(a) Teach learners to understand the words.
(b) Teach them to learn to sing.
(c) Familiarize the learner with the English sounds.
(d) Teach them to read.
Q8. A teacher reads out the text and explains it word-for-word in English. What method/approach does she adopt in her class?
(a) Direct method
(b) Structural approach
(c) Communicative language teaching
(d) Task based language teaching
Q9. While learning vocabulary, learners connect one word with its related words and the words which can occur before and after it. What is this technique called?
(d) Note making
Q10. In a constructivist classroom while teaching a poem which of the following is not ideal?
(a) While teaching a, teacher should first give an introduction of the poet.
(b) The poem does not need and introduction of the poet in the beginning.
(c) Learners may find out on their own about the poet.
(d) discover the ideas and meaning of the poem.