Language Skills English Pedagogy CTET MCQ

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Language Skills English Pedagogy CTET MCQ

01 Receptive language skills are

  1. being able to self-correct while using language
  2. using grammatical structures accurately
  3. writing in range of styles
  4. listening and reading for information

Option 4 – listening and reading for information

02 The two skills required to take notes effectively are

  1. writing fluently, using conjunctions
  2. using symbols and abbreviations instead of words
  3. re-writing a text, using your own words
  4. writing legibly with correct punctuation

Option 2 – using symbols and abbreviations instead of words

03 An exercise, where words are left out of a shorter passage and the pupil must fill in the blanks with suitable words based on her reading, assesses her ability to

  1. comprehend
  2. use new words
  3. summarize
  4. spell words

Option 1 – comprehend

04 Creating or retrieving what the student wants to say and then generating a suitable text to say it, are stages of the ………. process

  1. listening
  2. writing
  3. speaking
  4. creative

Option 2 – writing

05 Use of grammar, punctuation and spelling pertains to

  1. text production while writing
  2. formal speech
  3. listening to a lecture
  4. informal conversation

Option 1 – text production while writing

06 Develop a resource box for class I. Teacher gives 3 instructions to each student regarding which items are to be put in it (e.g. puppets, pieces of coloured pencils, small toys etc.) Students follow instruction. The activity is

  1. listening with concentration for specific information needed for a task
  2. stage in a listening session when a listener completes a task
  3. listening to natural conversation between teacher and student
  4. listening to a speech which is semi-scripted

Option 1 – listening with concentration for specific information needed for a task

07 How can teachers respond to or correct students writing in ways that are effective?

  1. correcting every error in the essay
  2. writing detailed comments in the margin
  3. offering encouraging and summary remarks
  4. locating patterns of error and suggesting improvement

Option 4 – locating patterns of error and suggesting improvement

08 A student of class V has just read a text about the water problems of a community living on the outskirts of a city. After reading the chapter, the student remarks how difficult it must be to struggle for water every day. Which comprehension strategy does this remark reveal?

  1. read aloud
  2. summarizing
  3. metacognition
  4. inferential reading

Option 4 – inferential reading

09 Rani is from Delhi. She has taken admission in a school in Asom. In the final exams, she faces difficulty in writing a composition on ‘Bihu’. The most probable reason for Rani’s problem is that

  1. there is a discontinuity between her home environment and the school curriculum
  2. her parents are unable to help her in understanding the school culture
  3. she is not a hardworking girl and is not trying to adapt to the school curriculum
  4. her background is deficient and is not on par with standard school culture

Option 1 – there is a discontinuity between her home environment and the school curriculum

10 A language teacher wants her students to write for an authentic audience and purpose. What would be the best writing task to achieve this?

  1. students write a letter to the principal expressing their opinion on a school-related issue
  2. students write answers to questions given at the end of the chapter after discussing them with each other
  3. students write a movie review of a movie they watched recently
  4. student write on the topic, ‘ My school ‘

Option 1 – students write a letter to the principal expressing their opinion on a school-related issue

11 Writing is a ……… and not a ………

  1. product; process
  2. product; formation
  3. process; product
  4. process; formation

Option 1 – product; process

12 A child reads ‘ She bought three apples ‘ as ‘ She bought tree apples ‘ and explains it as ‘ apples from trees ‘. How would you rate this child’s reading skills?

  1. she reads without comprehension
  2. she reads with spelling errors
  3. she reads carelessly
  4. she reads with comprehension

Option 3 – she reads carelessly

13 While developing writing skill among students, a language teacher should most importantly focus on

  1. grammatical aspects
  2. word limits
  3. expression of ideas
  4. good handwriting

Option 1 – grammatical aspects

14 Reading comprehension is an ability to

  1. perceive and decode letters in order to read the text fluently
  2. construct meaning by interacting with the text
  3. understand all the words in the text to understand its meaning
  4. translate the written symbols into corresponding sounds

Option 3 – understand all the words in the text to understand its meaning

15 A teacher divided the students of class V into groups of six and provided each with a short story. She asked them to imagine, discuss and write the story with a different ending. In this activity, the teacher is developing their

  1. guided writing
  2. creative writing
  3. product writing
  4. controlled writing

Option 2 – creative writing

16 Dictation does not help learners to

  1. increase their concentration
  2. improve their reading skill
  3. improve their spelling
  4. enhance their listening comprehension

Option 2 – improve their reading skill

17 Shreya, a teacher of class IV, asked the learners to complete the dialogue in the given boxes and then to role-play the same using their dialogues. She is developing

  1. speaking and writing skills
  2. all, listening, writing, reading and speaking skills
  3. listening and speaking skills
  4. reading and writing skills

Option 2 – all, listening, writing, reading and speaking skills

18 The two ‘ productive skills ‘ are

  1. listening and speaking
  2. listening and writing
  3. speaking and writing
  4. speaking and reading

Option 3 – speaking and writing

19 The ……. and the …….. must share the same lingistic codes while learning a language.

  1. speaker, writing
  2. writer, listener
  3. speaker, listener
  4. reader, listener

Option 3 – speaker, listener

20 If a student makes pronunciation errors, the best way to help him/her is to

  1. provide him/her correct pronunciation without humiliating the learner
  2. call parents of the learner and complain
  3. scold the child
  4. none of the above

Option 1 – provide him/her correct pronunciation without humiliating the learner

21 Which of the following is a kind of speaking situation in which we find ourselves? ( Language Skills English Pedagogy CTET MCQ )

  1. interactive
  2. partially interactive
  3. only (2)
  4. all of the above

Option 4 – all of the above

22 ‘ Stress, rhythmic patterns and intonation patterns of the language, and appropriate vocabulary are the micro skills involved in which of the following?

  1. listening
  2. reading
  3. speaking
  4. writing

Option 3 – speaking

23 A student of class IV is feeling thirsty while teaching is going on. He wants to drink water and takes permission from the teacher. Choose how he will make the request

  1. I want to drink water
  2. Ma’am may I drink some water please?
  3. will you allow me to drink some water?
  4. water please

Option 2 – Ma’am may I drink some water please?

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