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English Pedagogy Test - 29 Language skills

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1. In the word 'scarce', the phonetic transcription for 'a' is

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2. Before students start reading a story titled, 'Brave Bitto', the teacher initiates a discussion with them on 'Bravery'. What is the teacher trying to achieve through this activity?

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3. In English pedagogy, what does 'TPR' stand for?

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4. Assessing reading at class VII, can be done most effectively through a

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5. In English pedagogy, 'L1' refers to:

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6. Why is storytelling most important in an English language class at primary level?

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7. 'Skimming' a text usually means:

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8. What is the primary aim of the 'Direct Method' in language teaching?

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9. Scribbling is a stage of

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10. The teacher and student/s discus a topic and the former starts the conversation by asking a question, then the student/s respond by giving examples and explanations. The speaking assessment here is to grade how well students

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11. Students need to brainstorm ideas, organize, draft, edit, and revise their work, is a 'process' which reflects

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12. What is the primary aim of the 'phonics' method in teaching reading?

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13. Under which activity do recognising sounds and deducing meanings from them come?

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14. Which of the following is NOT a type of authentic listening material?

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15. Retrieval skills in writing are

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16. 'Chunking' in language pedagogy refers to:

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17. What role does 'scaffolding' play in language pedagogy?

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18. Which of the following is a pre-reading activity?

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19. During the process of language learning, students lack confidence in their pronunciation. How can one overcome this?

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20. Which of the following is a primary characteristic of 'learner-cantered' teaching?

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21. Among the four language skills, which pair constitutes the reinforcement skills

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22. When young learners are asked to read a text silently, they should be instructed

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23. Which one of the following is not true in relation to the use of children literature?

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24. what does 'authentic material' mean in language teaching?

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25. A primary teacher should introduce reading through

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26. Correct speech habits can be developed most effectively through

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27. Which language skill helps in building a richer vocabulary and a better understanding of sentence structure?

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28. Which one of the following is most important in developing reading skill at primary level?

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29. 'Silent Way' method in language teaching primarily emphasizes:

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30. Which technique involves students listening to a text multiple times, each time with a different focus?

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31. Which technique emphasizes repetition and drills to reinforce language patterns?

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32. Which of the following focuses on the relationship between sounds and their meanings?

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33. Which of the following is a disadvantage of the grammar-translation method?

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34. In a language lesson, which activity would likely target 'pragmatic competence'?

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35. Skilled reading is

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36. The 'zone of proximal development' is a concept associated with:

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37. In a language classroom, which activity would best test listening comprehension?

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38. In language learning, 'fluency' refers to:

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39. Which of these focuses on the structure of sentences?

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40. In the case of vocabulary use, grammar provides a pathway to learners to

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41. Reading for comprehension can be best achieved through

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42. Reading English as a second language means

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43. Why is it recommended to teach idioms in context?

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44. One of the sub-skills that is assessed for speaking would be

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45. Which language skill is often seen as a receptive skill?

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46. What is an essential component in the development of reading skills?

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47. While reading, a learner needs to

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48. Language skills are best learnt

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49. The assessment of students writing should most importantly focus on

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50. What does 'top-down processing' in reading emphasize?

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