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What are teaching materials? 

A. Teaching materials are the materials which the teacher can use to help teachers learn

B. Teaching materials are the materials which the teacher can use to help students learn

C. Teaching materials are the learning plans in a particular group of subjects

D. Teaching materials are the guidelines in developing learning activities plan each subject


B. Teaching materials are the materials which the teacher can use to help students learn

100

What does KWL stand for ? 

A. knowledge, want, learn

B. know, want, lesson

C. know, want, learn

D. knowledge, want, learn


C. know, want, learn

100

 Is it possible to use textbooks and also promote teachers' autonomy in class?

A. Yes, because the teachers are responsible for their classes, not textbooks.

B. No, because the use of textbooks automatically disempowers teachers

C. Yes, as long as the teacher is prepared for that.

D. No, because textbooks must be followed as scripts.


C. Yes, as long as the teacher is prepared for that.

100

Which is an example of an authentic material?

A. Grammar Books

B. Video Clips

C. Dictionary

D. Pronunciation Drill Chart


B. Video Clips

100

Which of the following materials is non-authentic?

A. worksheet

B. magazine

C. recipe

D. advertisement


A. worksheet

200

A teacher can pay attention towards the weak students of the class who do not pay attention to the class and hesitate to ask questions in front of the entire class. This is examples of what material ?

A. Recapitulation of the topic

B. Observation

C. Three minute pause

D. Face-to-Face conversation


B. Observation

200

 In a room with a large number of students, how can we relate the textbook to the students' context?

A. We can't do that. It is impossible because of the number of students.

B. We can address students' context with extra activities

C. We need to choose a textbook that is connected to students' contexts.

D. We need to adapt the textbook, bearing in mind that we might not address every student every time.


D. We need to adapt the textbook, bearing in mind that we might not address every student every time.

200

Context and materials should be ….. for the pupils

a. Internationalised

b. School based

c. Localized

d. Emphasize


c. Localized

200

 

What factors that included in learners factors when designing materials?

a. typical workload

b. age

c. context

d. experience


b. age

200

 Taking and using teaching materials without making any change is called.....

a. Adopting

b. Adapting

c. Developing

d. concordance


a. Adopting

300

What are the best criteria for teachers creating their own materials?

A. Materials evaluation

B. Topic-based planning

C. Lesson planning

D. Using coursebooks


B. Topic-based planning

300

What is the most important criteria of evaluating course book?

A. Provide ready-made activities and provide concrete samples of classroom progress through which external stakeholders can be satisfied.

B. The emphasis of the lessons in language learning is on a subject, a topic or a theme, and the contents of the book are arranged around this topic

C. The pedagogical objectives of the materials are clear


C. The pedagogical objectives of the materials are clear

300

A pause between asking a question and accepting an answer, designed to allow students to mentally process the question and to formulate their replies

A. Instructional methods

B. Closure

C. Skits

D. Wait time

D. Wait time

300

Which is not a component of lesson plan.

A. Anticipatory Set

B. Direct Instruction

C. Videos

D. Closure


C. Videos

300

The first strategy for creating effective lessons urges you to begin with the end in mind. Which options below are things you need to consider?

A. Identify each activity that will be assigned and differentiate them fully in advance.

B. Identify the skills and knowledge that students will need to know or demonstrate.

C. Identify when students will show that they have gained the desired knowledge and skills.

D. Create all small groups according to skill level and interest.


B. Identify the skills and knowledge that students will need to know or demonstrate.

400

 Mala wants to use differentiated instruction in her classroom in order to meet the needs of all of her students. Which of the following is not a component of differentiated instruction?

A. Content

B. Process

C. Separate lesson plans for each student

D. Different objectives for different ability groups

C. Separate lesson plans for each student

400

Which learning theory centres on what happens between stimulus and response, understanding processes such as memory?

a.Cognitivism

b.Cognitive Behaviourism

c.Cognitive Constructivism

d.Constructivism

 

a.Cognitivism

400

If, as a teacher, you set clear learning objectives and design repetitive practices, what theory of learning is evident? 

a. Cognitivism

b. Social Constructivism

c. Social Behaviourism

d. Behaviourism

d. Behaviourism

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