Which of the following is a feature of Communicative Language Teaching?
(A) Native-speaker-like pronunciation is sought.
(B) Language items are often contextualized.
(C) Linguistic competence is the desired goal .
(D) Reading and writing are deferred until speech is mastered.
Which of the following principles is incorrect regarding "Whole Language Approach"?
(A) The teacher uses authentic literature rather than artificial texts.
(B) Writing is viewed as a process through which learners explore and discover meaning.
(C) The teacher is the authority in the classroom. It is very important that students get the correct answer.
(D) Reading, writing, and other skills are integrated in the curriculum.
Who developed the "Total Physical Response Approach" to second language learning?
(A) Caleb Gattegno
(B) James Asher
(C) Georgi Lozanov
(D) Stephen Krashen and Tracy Terrell
In _______ information processing, learners' understanging of a text is driven by data, moving from the parts to whole.
Which of the floowing is a common way to measure oral ability?
Which of the following is true about listening comprehension?
(A) A task for extensive listening performance aims to develop a global understanding of spoken language.
(B) Listening is merely a passive process of receiving sound waves through the ear and transmitting nerve impulses to the brain.
(C) Top-down listening technique proceeds from sounds to words to grammatical relationships to a final message.
(D) As long as the teacher provides great quantities of input in the classroom, students can automatically convert the input into intake.
Which of the following is a digraph?
(A) the letters 'fr' in free.
(B) the letters 'ng' in sing.
(C) the letters 'st' in street.
(D) the letters 'nd' in bend.
In the classroom, the teacher says a word or sentence and the students repeat it together. Which of the following techniques is used by the teacher?
(A) Dialogue memorization
(B) Repetition drill
(C) Substitution drill
(D) Question-and-answer drill
Some students learn best by acting our material to be learned, or moving around while learning. What type of learning style do they exhibit?
(A) Auditory style
(B) Visual verbal style
(C) Kinesthetic style
(D) Visual pictorial style
Judy, a five-year-old, keeps saying "goed" instead of "went" and "runned" instead of "ran." What kind of error is Judy making?
(A) Wrong preposition
The teacher asks the students to choose the most appropriate heading for each paragraph. What is the purpose of this assessment task?
(A) To assess gist reading skills.
(B) To check vocabulary knowledge.
(C) To assess oral fluency.
(D) To check the mechanics of writing.
Before discussing the article, the teacher asks students to think of everything relevant to the topic. Which of the following techniques is used by the teacher?
________ refers to the fact that we perceive much more in our environment than what we consciously attend to. This technique is employed in the method of Suggestopedia.
(A) Mind mapping
(B) Self correction
(C) Peripheral learning
(D) Experiential learning
In Canale and Swain's model of communicative competence, ________ competence involves the ability to combine ideas to achieve cohesion in form and coherence in mearning.
The idea of pre-reading questions before teching reading passages draws upon the concept of _____ by David Ausubel.
(A) schema theory
(B) advance organizer
(C) output hypothesis
(D) extensive reading
If a teacher give strdents the following riddle and asks them to solve it in pairs, which types of intelligences are most likely to be tapped by this activity?
Riddle: I have eyes, but I see nothing. I have ears, but I hear nothing. I have a mouth , but I cannot speak. If I am young, I stay young; if I am old, I stay old. What am I?
(A) Linguistic and interpersonal intelligence.
(B) Spatial intelligence and intrapersonal intelligence.
(C) Kinesthetic intelligence and rhythmic intelligence.
(D) Naturalist in telligence and logical-mathematical intelligence.
Which of the following is NOT emphasized in Cooperative Learning?
(A) positive interdependence
(B) homogeneous grouping
(C) individual accountability
Which of the following statements is true regarding student errors?
(A) The mistakes which second language lerners make are mainly due to the interference from their native language.
(B) On of the principles of the Silent Way is that it is important to prevent learners from making errors.
(C) Both the Audio-Lingual Method and Communicative Language Teaching emphasize lerners' self-correction.
(D) Teachers who use Total Pysical Response should be tolerant of student errors and only correct major errors.
Which of the following hypotheses of Krashen's language acquisition theory is mainly related to learning instead of acquisition?
(A) The Affective Filter Hypgthesis
(B) The Input Hypothesis
(C) The Monitor Hypothesis
(D) The Natural Order Hypothesis
In ____ drill, the teacher may ask students to change an affirmative sentence into a negative sentence, or an active sentence into a passive one.
(D) backward expansion
In order to identify problems that students have with language and to ascertain what students need to work on in the future, the teacher can design _______.
(A) a diagnostic test
(B) a language aptitude test
(C) a placement test
(D) an intelligence test
Among the seven multiple intelligences proposed by Howard Gardner, _____ intelligence may be best manifested in a language class with pairwork and project work.
______ tests are designed to measure people's ability in a language, regardless of any training they may have in that language.
Measuring writing ability through multiple choice questions on grammar and vocabulary is considered as a kind of testing.
Taking enough samples of learners' language behaviors through the test can enhance the _____ of the test.
Student: We all went to see that movie.
Teacher: But the sign says that the movie is for adults only. You _____ admitted.
(A) aren't to be
(B) hadn't have been
(C) mustn't have been
(D) shouldn't have been
Rita: Did you have a good time in Portugal?
Nick: It couldn't be better!
(A) I'll just go anyway
(B) That's good to hear
(C) It is going to be all right
(D) I believe you have a very good chance
Principal: Someone must have been in my room.
Teacher: _____ you are so sure of that?
Principal: There's the smell of cigarette smoke here.
(A) How about
(B) How come
(C) What exactly
(D) What if
Teacher: Please hand in your answer sheet.
Student: Could I have a few more minute to finish?
Teacher: __________ It's a timed test.
(A) I'm afraid not.
(B) You look persuasive.
(C) You might as well.
(D) Well done!