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93 年 - 93嘉義縣學年度國民中學教師甄選【英文科】試題#2823 

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1.1.Grammar translation method remains so popular because the teacher doesn’t need so much special skill.
(A)T
(B)F
2.In the Silent Way classroom, teachers not only express vivid lecture but also use a set of cuisenaire rods to show the content in books.
(A)T
(B)F
3.The Natural
(A)pproach is based on the claims that comprehension should precede production, and that acquisition should take place when learners feel relaxed and a great deal of comprehensible input is provided.
(A)T
(B)F
4.Suggestopedia emphasizes the state of relaxation for our brain processing material and information so that music is used immensely in the Method.
(A)T
(B)F
5.In an
(A)udiolingual class, students are seated in a circle with the teacher outside helping students translate their conversation from their native language to the target language.
(A)T
(B)F
6.To construct a good objective test, it is necessary to pretest or examine the test items by analyzing the results in terms of validity and reliability. 
(A)T
(B)F
7.Most researchers suggest extrinsic drives are more useful than intrinsic ones for long-term retention.
(A)T
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8.
(A) controlled technique is usually structured, student-centered, and asking predicted responses.
(A)T
(B)F
9.
(A) deductive approach to grammar with suitable examples and patterns will be more effective to students at the beginning level.
(A)T
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10.
(A)t the beginning level, students are not dependent on the teacher for models of learning. 
(A)T
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11.
(A)sking questions may guarantee interaction stimulated in the classroom. 
(A)T
(B)F
12.Technology is such a promising and powerful tool that it can take the place of a teacher in the classroom.
(A)T
(B)F
13.Research on error correction suggests that levels of accuracy maintained in unsupervised groups are much higher than those in teacher-monitored whole-class work.
(A)T
(B)F
14.Some teachers do not demand group work in their classes because they are afraid of losing control or being unable to monitor all groups at once.
(A)T
(B)F
15.While students are doing group work, the teacher may tell them she/he is available for help and then grade papers at the desk.
(A)T
(B)F
16.To conduct communicative and interactive classes, teachers should design various learner-centered activities and avoid directive teaching.
(A)T
(B)F
17.
(A)n interaction can be non-verbal. It is not necessarily by asking questions to make an interaction.
(A)T
(B)F
18.For students of beginning proficiency levels, the exchange of varied opinions is difficult.
(A)T
(B)F
19.Teaching beginners is somewhat like teaching children; the teacher may provide more chances for students to engage in mechanical practice.
(A)T
(B)F
20.
(A) method, according to Richards and Rodgers, was “an umbrella term for the specification and interrelation of theory and practice”.
(A)T
(B)F
21.
(A) teacher in communicative language teaching (
(C)LT) setting is an all-knowing bestower of knowledge.
(A)T
(B)F
22.
(C)LT put more emphasis on the “usage”, whereas
(A)LM put more emphasis on the “use”.
(A)T
(B)F
23.
(C)ontent-
(B)ased Instruction may yield an increase in intrinsic motivation since students are focus on subject matter that is important to their lives.
(A)T
(B)F
24.Extrinsic rewards for students’ learning are absolutely more lasting than intrinsic motivation.
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(B)F
25.Fluency and accuracy are complementary principles underlying communicative techniques.
(A)ccuracy is more important than fluency in order to keep learners meaningfully engaged in language use.
(A)T
(B)F
26.Foreign languages were being taught primarily to learn oral/aural communication through
(C)lassical Method.
(A)T
(B)F
27.In a TPR classroom is one in which students do a great deal of listening and acting.
(A)T
(B)F
28.Language and culture are intricately intertwined. Whenever you teach a language, you also teach a complex system of cultural customs, values, and ways of thinking, feeling, and acting.
(A)T
(B)F
29.Meaningful learning will lead toward better long –term retention than rote learning.
(A)T
(B)F
30.Orientation means a context or purpose for learning; motivation refers to the intensity of one’s impetus to learn.
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31.(a. Aphasia b. Lateralization c. Contralateral control d. Acquired dyslexia) is the loss of ability to read correctly by persons who were previously literate following brain damage.
(A)a
(B)b
(C)c
(D)d
32.(a. Imitation theory b. Reinforcement theory c. Critical theory d. Innateness theory) hypothesizes that children are conditioned into speaking correctly when acquiring a language.
(A)a
(B)b
(C)c
(D)d
33.(a. Grammar-translation b. Communicative c. Audio-lingual d. Direct) language teaching method or approach is based on the assumption that language is acquired mainly through imitation, repetition, and reinforcement.
(A)a
(B)b
(C)c
(D)d
34.Suprasegmental features are important in the study of English speech. Which of the following is a suprasegmental feature? (a. Aspiration b. Bilabial closure c. Intonation d. Trilled articulation)
(A)a
(B)b
(C)c
(D)d
35.An English Prepositional Phrase can consist of (a. a Preposition followed by a Verb Phrase b. an Adjective Phrase followed by a Preposition c. a Preposition followed by a Noun Phrase d. a Preposition followed by an Adjective Phrase).
(A)a
(B)b
(C)c
(D)d
36.Consider the expressions: Let\'s forget our past difficulties, I don’t want to talk about my past, Some of his poems are past comprehension, and I watched the people hurry past. They show that past is used in English as (a. an adjective, a noun, an adverb and an preposition b. a preposition, a noun, an adjective and an adverb c. a preposition, a noun, an adjective and a verb d. an adjective, a noun, a preposition and an adverb).
(A)a
(B)b
(C)c
(D)d
37.Learning and teaching activity types that a method advocates often serve to distinguish methods. For example, (a. The Audiolingual Method b. The Silent Way c. Communicative Language Teaching d. Community Language Learning) uses problem-solving activities that involve the use of special charts and colored rods.
(A)a
(B)b
(C)c
(D)d
38.(a. The Oral Approach b. Communicative Language Teaching c. Lexically based language teaching d. Suggestopedia) emphasizes content and not form. Learning a second language is viewed as acquiring the linguistic means to perform different kinds of functions. It is assumed that if the students interact with second language speakers using real-life subject matter, the language will be acquired subconsciously.
(A)a
(B)b
(C)c
(D)d
39.(a. The Critical-Age Hypothesis b. The Innateness Hypothesis c. The Natural Order of Acquisition Hypothesis d. The Expectancy Hypothesis) is a scientific hypothesis that posits that the human species is genetically equipped to acquire universal grammar, which is the basis for all human languages.
(A)a
(B)b
(C)c
(D)d
40.(a. CLL b. CLT c. The Silent Way d. Task-based Language Teaching) includes the elements of security, attention, aggression, reflection, retention, and discrimination as the psychological requirements for successful language learning.
(A)a
(B)b
(C)c
(D)d