1.Which of the following activity involves more communication?
(A) Teacher shows a picture and ask more questions to elicit answers.
(B) Students need to substitute a word or a piece of information based on a cue.
(C) Students conduct a survey.
(D) Listen and do
2.What is the most important thing that teachers should pay attention to when they use drills?
(A) Students must know what they are saying.
(B) Let students hear the pattern several times.
(C) Individual students are called upon to reproduce it.
(D) Give clear gestures to show who is to speak, rather than using names.
3.Which does not belong to the humanistic tradition?
(A) Community Language Learning Method
(B) Cognitive code learning
(C) The Silent Way
(D) Total Physical Response
4.14.Which uses blocks of color in teaching?
(A) Direct Method
(B) Community Language Teaching
(D) The Silent Way
5.15.Which is not an authentic text?
(A) specially written classroom texts to exemplify particular grammatical points or teaching core vocabulary items
(B) TV or radio broadcasts
(D) hotel brochures
6.16.Which statement is not true?
(A) Low level learners can benefit from authentic texts with appropriate guidance and support.
(B) Learners can develop a sense of ownership and control over their learning by bringing authentic
texts into classroom for studying.
(C) Authentic texts cannot assist learners to see how grammatical forms operate in context.
(D) By distorting the contexts of use, non-authentic language in some respects actually makes the task more difficult.
7.17.What can make learning having connections between the classroom world and the world beyond the
(A) access to the Internet (B) the incorporation of realia and authentic data
(C) pen pal links
(D) all of the above
8.18.What can help most to increase language learners’intercultural awareness and sensitivities?
(A) self-study workbooks or cassette tapes
(C) to establish contact with others around the world through chat lines and pen pal links
(D) all of the above
9.What cannot standardized tests tell or give?
(A) What learners can and cannot do as a result of the instructional process.
(B) Learners do not have the opportunities to develop their own ability to assess how much they
had learned and how much they need to learn.
(C) They do not reflect actual language use.
(D) all of the above
10.What can affect pronunciation learning?
(A) learners’ native language
(B) amount of exposure
(C) phonetic ability
(D) all of the above
11.What difficulty will learners of tonal language have when learning a non-tonal language?
(A) rhythm, stress, intonation and pitch contrasts
(B) individual sounds
12.What is true about skilled and unskilled writers?
(A) Skilled writers tend to focus on the mechanics of writing.
(B) Unskilled writers are less able to anticipate the likely problems of the reader.
(C) Skilled writers tend to limit themselves to teacher-generated rules and modifications of lexis.
(D) Unskilled writers are much more aware of writing as a recursive activity.
13.What is not the view of the bottom-up approach to writing?
(A) It favors activities in which students engage in imitating and transforming models of correct
(B) Students should have mastered the language at the level of the sentence before they can be
expected to write coherent paragraphs.
(C) It concentrates more on language at the level of discourse.
(D) It focuses on the end result of the writing process.
14.What classroom technique will teachers not use according to the process approach to writing?
(A) to encourage students to talk about their initial drafts with
the teacher or fellow students
(B) focus on both quantity and quality (correct forms) during the writing process
(C) having collaborative group work to enhance motivation for writing
(D) to generate ideas through brainstorming and oral discussion
15.What do researchers of top-down approach not agree about how listening works?
(A) Listeners takes in and stores aural messages in much the same way as a tape recorder.
(B) Listeners should be provided with a context for making sense of the text before they listen.
(C) Listeners need to bring knowledge from outside the text to the task of interpreting and
comprehending the text itself.
(D) Listeners store meaning, not linguistic forms when they comprehend messages.
16.What can maximize language learning?
(A) active engagement
(B) self-directed exploration
(C) purposeful manipulation
(D) all of the above
17.What does “whole person learning” mean?
(A) Teachers should well estimate students’ intellect and design activities to actually meet their needs.
(B) Teachers put great emphasis on student’s thinking processes or cognition, and help them discover the rules of the language they are acquiring.
(C) Teachers should have understanding of the relationship among student’s feelings, physical reactions, and instinctive protective reactions.
(D) None of the above.
18.Which can be best characterized as content-based instruction?
(A) Whenever possible,‘authentic language’should be introduced.
(B) Students learn through observing actions as well as by performing the actions themselves.
(C) The students’ native language is used to make the meaning clear and to build a bridge from the known to the unknown.
(D) The subject matter content is used for language teaching purposes.
19.Which can better meet teachers’ purpose when the focus of the course is on real language use?
(A) A variety of linguistic forms are presented together for recitation.
(B) Students put the scrambled sentences of the newspaper article in right order.
(C) Substitution drills.
(D) Students retell a story in different words.
20.What is the most important about cooperative learning?
(A) Put students in groups in their preference.
(B) Students’score will depend on group results.
(C) Teachers teach students collaborative or social skills so that they can work together more effectively.
(D) Students also work out tests in groups.
21.What is the ultimate goal of a balanced literacy program?
(A) Students learn to use reading and writing as learning tools to get things done in their life or for pleasure.
(B) Through reading and writing, students construct meaning.
(C) To develop lifelong readers and writers.
(D) All of the above.
22.What can be characterized as good listeners or readers?
(A) They understand every word they hear or read.
(B) They are able to predict and the predictions will change as they receive more information from the text.
(C) They are more willing to mimic what they hear or read.
(D) They tend to respond to what they hear or read.
23.What should teachers take into consideration when identifying students’learning difficulties and needs?
(A) parental expectation
(B) socioeconomic background
(C) both a and b
(D) none of the above
24.Which takes a learner-centered approach to language teaching?
(A) Teacher is the expert and the most important model for students.
(B) Students should be placed in different ability groups for their own benefits.
(C) Learners will bring to the learning situation different beliefs and attitudes needed to be taken into consideration in the selection of content.
(D) Students’errors should be tolerated and seen as a natural outcome of the development of communication skills.
25.Which statement is more positive?
(A) At-risk students should receive a watered-down curriculum that emphasizes the acquisition of basic academic skills.
(B) High expectations are being recognized as key to the success of all students, especially those at risk.
(C) Traditional skills-oriented practices for at-risk students is more effective than meaning-oriented instruction in producing authentic and practical learning.
(D) Learning is skills-based and sequential and students need slow, deliberate, skills-based instruction.
26.Which statement is not the current communicative views on language pedagogy?
(A) Communication is an integrated process rather than a set of discrete learning outcomes.
(B) Teaching is decided with reference to learners’ real communicative needs in actual situations.
(C) Decrease direct instruction and high-structure tasks, and more time will be devoted to low-structure tasks.
(D) Drills of various kinds have no place in the language classrooms.
27.How can classrooms act as a bridge to the outside world rather than as a linguistic quarantine
station where learners are protected from the risk of engaging in genuine communication?
(A) Learners are given opportunities to recombine familiar elements into new and previously
(B) Learners need to reproduce language.
(C) Tasks give learners practice in responding to other learners and their teachers.
(D) Tasks allow learners to practice identifying the key grammar and vocabulary for developing
the four language skills.
28.What is true about assessment?
(A) A good assessment is when it serves the objectives of teaching.
(B) Paper and pencil tests are not good ways of assessment.
(C) It is not fair for students to assess themselves.
(D) It decreases students’ motivation by making assessment a part of the continuous learning process.
29.What type is the monthly paper-pencil exam?
(A) formative assessment
(B) evaluative assessment
(C) summative assessment
(D) diagnostic assessment
30.What is most important for a teacher to conduct a successful self or peer assessment?
(A) Let students feel that each of them has an opportunity to succeed.
(B) The teacher needs to provide students with criteria and examples
(C) The assessment must involve interviewing, creating, and demonstrating.
(D) The results must show an accurate picture of a student’s achievement.