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PREGUNTAS TEMA 2. DIDACTICA II 1. The Cognitive style is referred to: a) The memorization of information during the process of acquisition /learning. b) The control, autonomy and cognitive regulation of the process of acquisition/learning. c) The development of impulsive actions in the process of acquisition/learning. 2. According to the classification of learning styles of Sternberg and Grigorenko, which is not it? a) Cognitive approach b) Perceptual approach c) Emotional approach 3. Which of these strategies is direct? a) Evaluating Learner's learning. b) Lowering learner's anxiety. c) Analysing and reasoning. 4. Choose the type of indirect strategies according to Oxford: a) Affective Strategies b) Cognitive Strategies c) Memory Strategies

5. Indicates the right choice: a) The Motivation does not influence the teaching - learning. b) Motivation is a state of the individual which generates interest and desire to achieve a goal. c) Motivation is a feature that all individuals possess.


6. Motivational States are normally: a) Cyclical. b) Cyclical and dynamic. c) Dynamic, cyclical and process-oriented. 7. The affective aspects that influence in the motivation of students: a) Self-efficacy and attribution. b) The integration. c) Only self-efficacy. 8. Integrative motivation involves: a) A desire to learn the foreign language. b) A desire to learn the language in order to relate to the target language culture. c) Set personal goals. 9. For L1 acquisition, Who tend to learn faster? a.- girls b.- boys c.- a and b 10. Females outperform males in‌.. a.- conversations b.- comprehension c.- speaking practice 11. Men dominate‌. a.- comprehension b.- discrimination listening ask c.- conversations


13. What psychologist says all human beings possess different intelligences and have predilections for at least three of them? Piaget b) Howard Gardner c) Chomsky a)

14. How many intelligences are there? a) 5: Linguistic intelligence, Logical/mathematical intelligence, Visual/spatial intelligence, Environmental intelligence, Kinaesthetic intelligence. b) 7: Linguistic intelligence, Logical/mathematical intelligence, Visual/spatial intelligence, Environmental intelligence, Kinaesthetic intelligence, Interpersonal intelligence, Intrapersonal intelligence. c) 9: Linguistic intelligence, Logical/mathematical intelligence, Visual/spatial intelligence, Environmental intelligence, Kinaesthetic intelligence, Interpersonal intelligence, Intrapersonal intelligence, Musical intelligence, Existential intelligence. 15. What is the difference between Interpersonal intelligence and Intrapersonal intelligence? a) Interpersonal intelligence: This is related to social communication and Intrapersonal intelligence: This denotes the capacity to understand one’s feelings and emotions. b) Interpersonal intelligence: This is related to social communication and Intrapersonal intelligence: It is the psychological development. c) Interpersonal intelligence: This denotes the capacity to understand one’s feelings and Intrapersonal intelligence: This is related to social communication. 16. Choose the correct option a) Teachers should develop in class only Linguistic intelligence, Logical/mathematical intelligence and Environmental intelligence. b) The teacher’s task is then to discover which intelligence each student is endowed with and to carry out classroom tasks favouring all intelligences. c) Teachers should develop in class only Interpersonal intelligence, Intrapersonal intelligence.


17. The concrete operational stage, children are able to: a- Classify and serialize elements according to multiple criteria. b- Understand abstract or hypothetical concepts. c- Understand of reversibility or awareness that actions can be reversed. 18. Human brain is particularly adapted for language acquisition during: A- The sensitive period. B- The critical period. C- The operational period. 19. Children are better learners if teacher‌. a- Focus on the L2 as a code. b- Focus on their implicit acquisition pecesses, memory traits and foster holistic processing c- Focus on their analytic verbal skills. 20. Factors involve motivation and attitude belongs to: A- Internal factors. B- External factors. C- Language aptitude. 21. What are the personality factors in learning English? a- Extroversion-introversion, Risk-taking, Empathy, Inhibition and Tolerance of ambiguity b- Extroversion, Risk-taking, Empathy, Inhibition and Tolerance of ambiguity c- Extroversion-introversion, Empathy, Inhibition and Tolerance of ambiguity

22. Ability to put oneself in another’s place is .... a- Inhibition b-Extroversion c- Emphaty


23. ..... people tend to be sociable, like to take risks, they are lively and active.

a- Introvert b-Extrovert c- Emphatic

24. Some studies show that individuals with low ........ showed better pronunciation.

a-Inhibition b-Risk-taking c- Tolerance of amibuity


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