Topic 4 Preguntas 1. Reading is a) Is one of the four basic skills needed to gain competence in mastering a language. b) Is not part of four basic skills needed to gain competence in mastering a language c) Is one of the seven basic skills needed to gain competence in mastering a language 2. A reasons for reading is a) To satisfy to curiosity about a topic b) Because the teacher sends to me c) Because I have to learn grammar 3. The text selection is a) adapted to the learnerÂ´s cognitive development b) reading by we all c) important to unknown 4. Examples of Syntactic knowledge a) Position of articles, auxiliary verbs, adjectives and adverbsâ€Ś b) Cultural references c) Word formation and cohesive devices 5. How many are the characteristics of written language are: a) 3 b) 7 c) 1 6. The aim of the re- ordering scrambled words and matching is a) To recognize letter- order and develop the readerÂ´s speed while reading speed while reading b) To learn the order of the sentences c) To training the writing
7. Where stars the top- down process? a) This process stars from the higher levels of processing b) This process stars from background knowledge c) This process stars in the child 8. What strategies activate the interactive process? a) From bottom- up to top- down and viceversa b) Bottom up c) Top- down 9. What levels are related in the common European framework of reference for language a) Basic user, independent user and proficient user b) High level and low lever c) Both are false 10. What is main purpose of the reading aloud? a) To learn vocabulary b) to check pronunciation c) to tell a tail 11. What is the most common and natural type of reading? a) Read aloud b) Silent reading c) Scanning 12. What is scanning text? a) Scan the text to obtain the information needed to fill in the table b) Search words in the box c) Complete a text 13. What is the difference of intensive reading and extensive reading? a) One exemplifies different aspects of the lexical, syntactic and discourses and the other is oriented to understanding of the text. b) There are no differences
c) The differences are in the context, one reading is in the school and the other is at home. 14. Which are the types of texts? a) Authentic, pedagogic and adapted b) Fairytale, historic and geographic c) Narrative, lyric and poetic 15. Which of these characteristics are not one of the main goals of pre- reading instruction: a) It enables the reader to access background knowledge b) It stimulates student interest c) It is not stimulates students interest 16. In the Pre- reading task… a) Anticipates and predicts the possible information b) Distinguishes the main idea from supporting details c) Summaries the content 17. In the task during reading …. a) Distinguishes the main idea from supporting details b) Summaries the content c) Anticipates and predicts the possible information 18. In the task after reading… a) Summaries the content b) Anticipates and predicts the possible information c) Distinguishes the main idea from supporting details 19. Which of these characteristics is not one of written language? a) Permanence b) Complexity c) Abstract 20. What of these activities is related to the task after reading a) Found in a text word´s that you don’t know
b) Make a brain storm about the plot c) To make a exposition about a plot
Question topic 5 1. Writing is… a) The ability to communicate with each other and express our own ideas in written form. b) The ability to speak with each other and express our own ideas in oral form c) The ability to write with each other and express our own ideas in written form 2. Specific skills attached to writing a) Graphic or visual and grammatical b) Expressive or stylistic, rhetorical and organisational c) Both are true 3. Order that is established by the audio-lingual method and the structuralist for skills a) Listening, speaking, reading and writing. b) Speaking, listening, reading and writing. c) Listening, reading, speaking and writing. 4. Dictations is activity that integrate two skills a) Reading and Writing b) Listening and Writing c) Reading and listening 5. Spoken discourse is… a)Formal, permanent, deliberate and the linguistic context is available b) Formal, ephemeral, spontaneous and the situational context helps understanding c) Informal, ephemeral, spontaneous and the situational context helps understanding 6. Written discourse is…
a)Formal, permanent, deliberate and the linguistic context is available b) Informal, permanent, deliberate and the linguistic context is available c) Informal, ephemeral, spontaneous and the situational context helps understanding 7. What is the personal writing? a) Written for the exclusive use of the writer; usually in the mother tongue. b) Although written for personal use, these may also be read by a third person. c) Written for the exclusive use of the writer and these may also be read by a third person. 8. Writing intended for organisations or institutions. a) Social Writing b) Public Writing c) Professional Writing 9. Curriculum Vitae is aâ€Ś a) Social Writing b) Public Writing c) Professional Writing 10. Important questions to be considered in the writing process a) Reader and purpose b) Context, reader and purpose c) Content, reader and purpose 11. Summary isâ€Ś a) Study writing b) Creative Writing c) Both 12. Creative Writing is: a) Poems, songs, stories, rhymes, autobiographies, tales, drama, chants. b) Poems and songs. c) Poems, songs, stories and rhymes.
13. Creative Writing is: a) created for an aesthetic reason and for personals satisfaction b) created for an aesthetic reason and for personals satisfaction and promote the imagination. c) created for an aesthetic reason and for personals satisfaction, promote the imagination and creativity of the pupil. 14. How many types of writing are there? a) 2 b) 4 c) 3 15. The purposeâ€Ś a) should be meaningful for the pupil, related to his interests b) should be meaningful for the pupils. c) The purpose should be meaningful for the pupil, related to his interests
Questions topic 6 1. What is the assement? a) It is a form of evaluation b) It is an activity c) It is an attitude 2. What of those stage are not product oriented approaches? a) Identification of what is to be evaluated b) Definition of variables to be evaluated c) Make a plan of the process 3. Types of evaluation: a) Formative and summative evaluation b) initial and final evaluation
c) Both 4. Summative is carried out…. a) at the end of a specific period of instruction b) at the first of specific period of instruction c) during a period of instruction
5. Which is a technique recommended for the evaluation a) Test, dialogues, conversations… b) Four skills c) Assertation 6. Quantitative evaluation is… a) A quantification of the phenomena. b) Observe and describe such phenomena c) Both are false 7. Qualitative evaluation is… a) A quantification of the phenomena. b) Observe and describe such phenomena c) Both are false 8. What is a portfolio? a) It is an example of qualitative evaluation b) It is an example of qualitative evaluation c) It is a writing activity 9. Oller argues that the nature of second language proficiency is…. a) Unitary b) Global and holistic c) Both are true 10. Oller proposes the use of …
a) Pragmatic or integrative texts. b) Pragmatic expectancy grammar c) The degree of skill 9. An example of the unitary approach to language proficiency is a) Dictations b) Listening c) Games 10. Grammar, Lexis, phonetics and spelling are belonging a) Linguistic competence b) Math competence c) Science competence 11. â€Ś. Are normally used to measure capacities, abilities or skills a) Test b) Exercises c) Roll playing 12. What are the test types a) Attitude, achievement and progress, diagnostic, standardized test b) Attitude and aptitude c) Evaluation, exercises 13. What are the testing requirements a) Reliability and validity b) Authenticity and interactive characteristics c) Both are true 14. Social and eduacional impact is referred to as a) Washback b) Practical c) Requirement
15. The application of a test is conditioned by a set of circumstances which make it possible a) Viable and practical b) Unviable and grammatical c) Listening and writing 16. English level attained by students is established by measuring the development of their: a) Linguistic and communicative competence b) Grammar and textual competence c) Sociolinguistic and pragmatic competences 17. Grammar or linguistic competence involves: a) Grammar, Lexis, Phonetics and orthography b) Cultural and cross curricular aspects c) Language functions and registers 18. What are the four skills a) Listening, speaking, reading and writing b) Exercises, activities, roll playing and savoir faire 19. What is and example of continuous assessment techniques a) Observing the student at work daily b) Tests c) Exams 20. The median isâ€Ś a) The value of the middle item score in a sample arranged b) The highest and lowest scores c) The range fluctuates between two scores.