I. Choose the word or phrase that best completes the sentence.
Have you seen the movie The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince
Caspian? It is a _______ to The Chronicles of Narnia: The
Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.
(A) fragment (B) hunchback (C) speculation (D) sequel
II. Sentence Structure: Choose the most suitable answer.
The goals of the Red Cross Association are _________
poverty and social injustice.
(A) to eliminate (B) eliminating (C) eliminated (D) eliminative
Many South Koreans have accused Mr. Lee_________
President Bush by lifting the ban on beef in April as he
arrived for a visit to Washington and the presidential
retreat at Camp David.
(A) for currying favor of (B) of currying favor with
(C) to curry favor of (D) to currying favor on
Those who are leaders may want to set a good example
_____ company money. One way is to bring in your lunch to
show you are serious about savings.
(A) when it comes to save (B) when it comes to saving
(C) when comes to save (D) when come to save
Children’s book illustrator Tasha Tudor, _______ whimsical
drawings of country outings, gardens and family life in rural
New England echoed her own picturesque lifestyle, has died.
She was 92.
(A) who (B) to whom (C) of whom (D) whose
IV. TESOL Concepts: The questions focus on terms and issues
in English language teaching. Please choose the most
In a modern foreign language classroom, when teachers are
concentrating on _______, they are helping students to
express themselves in English. They are not concerned with
errors of grammar and vocabulary.
(A) multiple intelligences (B) comprehensible input
(C) accuracy (D) fluency
This theory states that there is a critical period in language
acquisition, from very early childhood up to adolescence. If a
language is not acquired during this stage, the learner will
not usually achieve native speaker competence.
(A) Input Comprehensible (B) Critical Period Hypothesis
(C) Multiple Intelligences (D) Interactionist
______ is a simple type of communicative activity, usually
in pairs. Student A has half of the information. Student B has
the other half of the information. They must ask each other
questions to complete their information.
(A) The jigsaw puzzle
(B) The crossword puzzle
(C) The information gap activity
(D) The sentence scrambling activity
_____ is designed to give students meaningful activities for
learning languages. The aim is to teach the students to use
(A) The Grammar Translation Approach
(B) The Silent Way
(C) The Phonics Approach
(D) The Communicative Approach
_____ is a technique for developing reading skills. Students
are given sections of a reading text which they have to
arrange in the correct order.
(A) Jigsaw reading (B) Extensive reading
(C) Intensive reading (D) Sustained Silent Reading
The notion of a language organ in our brain is called ______,
which Chomsky feels we are born with. It is associated with
all that is universal in human languages.
(B) Language Acquisition Device
(C) Zone of Proximal Development
(D) Affective Filter
Dr. James J. Asher developed _______, which is a language
teaching method that involves getting children to respond
physically to the language before they produce the language
(A) Second Language Acquisition
(B) the Audiolingual Method
(C) Total Physical Response
(D) Task-based Learning
_____ are real objects which are used in the classroom to
teach concepts. For example, to teach students words for
fruit, teachers can take a pear, a guava, and some grapes, etc.
into the classroom.
(A) Flash cards (B) Realias
(C) Word walls (D) Trade books