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  1. "According to Webster’s Third New International Dictionary, methodology is-" *a) "-a body of methods, procedures, working concepts, rules and postulates employed [...] in the solution of a problem or in doing something”"




  1. "Broughton specifies the most typical features of the grammar-translation method, which are-"

*a) "rules, [its] examples, its paradigms [...] and related exercises"


  1. "Give the English equivalents for the following Russian/Uzbek words and use them in sentences of your own" What is the focus of this task? ~ What skills are targeted in this task?

*a) Focuses on word-for-word translation of isolated words and doesn't not target any skills but simply tests the knowledge of one meaning of each Uzbek/Russian word


  1. "I always repeat things aloud for myself. "What is the student's dominant learning style?

*a) Auditory


  1. "I always use colored pens to highlight my notes" What is the student's dominant learning style?

*a) Visual


  1. "I like to have something in my hand to squeeze or play with during a lesson. "What is the student's dominant learning style?

*a) Tactile


  1. "I would rather start doing an activity instead of listening to instructions about how to do it." What is the student's dominant learning style?

*a) Kinesthetic


  1. "In which method students may create their own story and draw several sequential pictures that describe story?

*a) Story narrating through the pictures


  1. "listening, speaking, reading, and writing can be classified into which two groups?"

*a) receptive and productive


  1. ... a learning activity which involves learners working together in pairs.

*a) pair work


  1. ... are the guiding principles (often moral or ethical in nature) that govern behaviour; they are typically rooted in tradition, religion or in individual or shared philosophy and in education they help to inform decisions at all levels, from national policy right through to the classroom.

*a) values

  1. ... is a teacher's detailed description of the course of instruction for one class.

*a) A lesson plan


  1. ...is the most abstract of all three concepts and refers to the linguistic, psycho-and sociolinguistic principles.

*a) approach

  1. _____ discover the language and familiarize themselves with the sound of English. *a) A1




  1. _______ a group activity in which learners have a free and relatively unstructured discussion on an assigned topic as a way of generating ideas.

*a) Brainstorming

  1. ____________ has become the most important tool for delivering distance education.

*a) Internet


  1. ___________________ is that educational information and instruction is taught to learners who are physically distant from the source of that information and instruction

*a) Distance education


  1. “______ between two evils” *a) it’s not worth while choosing




  1. “A word doesn’t depend on dictionary”. About what approach is this definition correct?

*a) Non- traditional approach

  1. “Discuss the situation with your partner!”,- what method is used in this instruction?

*a) In pairs

  1. “From practice to rules” is the principle of ….

*a) inductive learning


  1. “From rule to practice” is the principle of …

*a) deductive learning


  1. “Make up a dialogue with your neighbour”.

*a) Pair work


  1. “Rub” means

*a) move backwards and forwards


  1. “The use of the native language for explanation, retention and checking”. What approach is it to foreign language teaching?

*Traditional approach

  1. “Work in threes or fours!” ,- this instruction belongs to…

*a) Group work

  1. … a word or phrase used in an imaginative way to describe something else to show that the two things have the same Qualities

*a) metaphor

  1. … is important because it shows what the teacher hopes to achieve in the lesson.

*a) Lesson planning

  1. … must be comprehensive enough to be a help to the teacher and it must provide all the recorder material.

*Teachers’ books

  1. … the system of structures at word, sentence and text level in a Language

*a) grammar

  1. … the words that come just before or after a word or phrase and help you to understand its meaning.

*a) context

  1. … was widely used in teaching the classics, namely Latin.

*Grammar translation method

  1. … which began to be widely used in schools in the 1870’s.

*The direct method

  1. …. a group activity in which learners have a free and relatively unstructured discussion on an assigned topic as a way of generating ideas.

*a) brainstorming

  1. …. all the words a person knows or uses

*a) vocabulary

  1. …...are statements of what is to be achieved in a course or lesson. They are detailed descriptions of exactly what a learner is expected to be able to do at the end of a period of learning.

*a) Objectives

  1. …...is used at the end of the term, semester, or year in order to measure what has been achieved both by groups and individuals

*a) Summative assessment

  1. …..is the task of grouping a set of objects in such a way that objects in the same group are more similar (in some sense or another) to each other than to those in other groups

*a) cluster

  1. …..the study of teaching methods and approaches.

*a) pedagogy

  1. ….designed to show what level a student has reached at any one time, and are used by employers and universities, for example, who want a reliable measure of a student’s language abilities.

*a) Proficiency test

  1. ….enables the learners to interact in a better way when giving ideas

a) Communicative approach

  1. ….is a day in honor of those Americans who have given their lives to their country in all wars

*a) Memorial day

  1. …… are series of connected acts which have become automatic or semi-automatic as the result of repetitions.

a) Habits*

  1. ……...a group activity in which learners have a free and relatively unstructured discussion on an assigned topic as a way of generating ideas.

*a) brainstorming

  1. ……….. is intended to enable students to give group presentations and assess their performance

*b) oral presentation

  1. ……….are combination of specific useful habits, serving a definite purpose and requiring the application of definite knowledge

*a) Skills

  1. ………… assessment of language allows teachers to see students using language in context, through tasks that require performance of language.

*c) direct

  1. …………. are directly related to the language courses taught to the examinees

*b) Achievement tests

  1. ………….. provides valuable information regarding a number of core objectives related to students’ behavior.

*b) observation of students

  1. ……………… is agreement between parts of the test

*d) Consistency

  1. ……………format means that the examinees are given brief notes of a public address and the task is to “unfold” these brief entries into full text

*c) Contextual

  1. …expose students to real language as it is used in real life situations by native speakers?

*a) authentic materials

  1. …is a mini-lesson that participants teach to each other

*a) Microteaching

  1. A ___ is a self-contained section of the classroom in which students engage in independent and self-directed leaning activities. Get information on learning centers and how to incorporate them in to your instructional routine using this advice.

*a) Learning Centers

  1. A bird in the hand -------- *a) is worth two in the bush

  2. A chart to be filled in by learners or teacher-participants, often used to summarise ideas or to focus reflection *a) grid

  3. A common reference for describing language learning, teaching. *a) CEFR

  4. A conversation can consist of up to ………. words per minute *a) 220

  5. A generalized set of classroom specifications for accomplishing linguistic objectives. Primarily concerned with teacher and student roles and behaviors and secondarily with such features as linguistic and subject-matter objectives, sequencing, and materials. They are almost always thought of as being broadly applicable to a variety of audiences in a variety of contexts. *a) Method

  6. A good reading lesson has… *a) pre, while and post stages

  7. A good writing task should have _____, ________ and _________ stages

*a) pre/ while / post

  1. A learning activity which involves a small group of learners working together. The group may work on a single task, or on different parts of a larger
    task. Tasks for group members are often selected by the members of the group.

*a) groupwork

  1. A learning style … *a) is a specific way a person learns things.

  2. A session plan is… *a) A compass

  3. A silent period is recommended until learners are ready to produce at their own pace in the target language. *a) The Natural Approach

  4. A task which replicates or resembles a real-life task, e.g. scanning an article for particular information; this may be contrasted with a task which is specifically designed for, and only relevant in, the classroom. *a) Authentic task

  5. A teacher can make listening using the following *Asking the questions

  6. A teacher uses talk to support vocabulary development by: *a) Establishing a role play/drama area, developing Stop Rewind activities, asking pupils to provide verbal feedback to written pieces and etc

  7. A type of co-operative activity in which each member of a group has a piece of information needed to complete at reading work. *a) jig-saw activity

  8. A type of speed reading technique which is used when the reader wants to locate a particular piece of information without necessarily understanding the rest of a text or passage. For example, the reader may read a chapter of a book as rapidly as possible in order to find out information about a particular date, such as when someone was born. *a) . Scanning

  9. A type of speed reading technique which is used when the reader wants to locate a particular piece of information without necessarily understanding the rest of a text or passage *a) scanning

  10. A typical communicative activities involve … *a) Role-play, info-gap activities, jigsaw, etc

  11. A typical feature of association methods in vocabulary instruction is… a. Encouraging learners to draw connections between what they do know and unfamiliar words

  12. A word family/ a group of related words is …. *a) Lexical set

  13. A1 and A2 are…? *a) Basic user

  14. A1….. *a) breakthrough

  15. According to …. authentic materials are a way to contextualize language learning. *a) Gephard

  16. According to CEFR B2 level is determined for *a) Vantage

  17. According to CEFR C-2 level is determined for: ________. *a) Mastery

  18. According to long term observations early teaching of foreign languages. It gives an emphasis on writing skills rather than ORAL

*a) It opens a broad way to write a better composition.

  1. According to the teachers point of view dictation activities work well in the classroom and such kind of activities make better…

*All answers correct

  1. Activity – *a) a short task which is a part of the lesson

  2. Advantages of using pair and group work – *a) all pupils are active

  3. Affixes are ….*a) prefixes and suffixes

  4. All advertising must …..the right product image. *a) boost

  5. All the hotel in the town was full up so we stayed in a ______village. *a) nearby

  6. All the words that someone knows, learns or uses… *a) Vocabulary

  7. An activity in which a pair or two groups of students hold different information , or where one partner knows something that the other doesn’t.

*a) Information gap activity.

  1. An activity to make learners feel less nervous inhibited when they first meet.

*a) Ice-breaker

  1. An activity which involves re-ordering a mixed up text to find its correct order; it helps learners see the connections between parts of a written text.

*a) jigsaw reading

  1. An approach is a way of looking at________________

*a) teaching and learning

  1. An informal interview may improve student`s____ skills *Speaking

  2. Another reason for using authentic materials is that……..

*a) they represent an unlimited source for planning and organizing teaching and learning activities;

  1. Anticlockwise is ….*a) In the opposite direction to the movement of the hands of a clock.

  2. Any of a wide variety of exercises, activities, or devices used in the language classroom for realizing lesson objectives. *a) Technique

  3. Apostrophe is used….*a) all answers are correct

  4. Applied linguistics…

*a) the study of second and foreign language acquisition and learning the study of language and linguistics in relation to practical problems, such as lexicography, translation or speech pathology.

  1. Approach is … *a) Theoretical positions and beliefs about the nature of the language, the nature of language learning, and the applicability of both pedagogical settings

  2. Approach is defined…..*a) it is theoretical part of teaching foreign language

  3. Are pair and group work effective? *a) Yes

  4. Are series of connected acts which have become automatic or semi automatic as the result of….. repetitions. *a) skills

  5. Are speaking activities successful? *a) Yes

  6. Ask right questions to get needed piece of information from others is … .

*a) eliciting

  1. Assesment is ……

*a) The measurement of the ability of a person or the quality or success of a teaching course, etc. Assessment may be by test, interview, questionnaire, observation and so on.

  1. Assessment is the process of …..

*a) gathering and evaluating information;

  1. Assessment….

*a) The measurement of the ability of a person or the quality or success of a teaching course, etc. Assessment may be by test, interview, questionnaire, observation and so on.

  1. Association method – *a) encouraging learners to draw connection between what do they know and unfamiliar words

  2. At the end of a term, semester or year, we may want to do a final (sometimes called an exit test) to see how well students have learnt everything. Their results on this test may determine what class they are placed in next year (in some schools, failing students have to repeat a year), or may be entered into some kind of school-leaving certificate *a) Achievement test

  3. Attitudes…. *a) the way that a person thinks and feels about somebody, something; the way that a person behaves towards somebody, something that shows how he, she thinks and feels. In a classroom this may show itself in a teacher‘s attitude to learners or in a learner‘s attitude to a foreign language and the culture associated with it, for example.

  4. Auditory learner is … *a) They learn best through verbal lectures, discussions, talking things through and listening to what others have to say. Auditory learners interpret the underlying meanings of speech through listening to tone of voice, pitch, speed and other tones.

  5. Auditory learners *a) those people who learn in information best by listening

  6. Auditory learners prefer to learn by … *a) Listening or hearing

  7. Auditory learners: *a) They learn best through verbal lectures, discussions, talking things through and listening to what others have to say.

  8. Auditory learners: *a) They learn best through verbal lectures, discussions, talking things through and listening to what others have to say. Auditory learners interpret the underlying meanings of speech through listening to tone of voice, pitch speed and other tones.

  9. Authentic material can be used … *a) to promote motivation

  10. Authentic materials - nima *a) gazeta, jurnal materiallari, audio, video materiallari, entsiklopediya materiallari, tarixiy faktlar va hakozolardir

  11. Authentic materials can involve the…………………… *a) students to real language as it is used in real life situations by native speakers

  12. Authentic materials….. *a) texts from real life sources

  13. Authentic materials…… *a) expose students to real language;

  14. Authentic task is…

*a) A task which replicates or resembles a real-life task, e.g. scanning an article for particular information; this may be contrasted with a task which is specifically designed for, and only relevant in, the classroom.

  1. Authentic text *a) Texts which are taken from newspapers, magazines, etc., and tapes of natural speech taken from ordinary radio or television programmes, etc.

  2. Authentic text is…. *a) Texts which are taken from newspapers, magazines, etc., and tapes of natural speech taken from ordinary radio or television programmes, etc. When a teacher prepares texts or tapes for use in the classroom, he/she often has to use simplified texts as opposed to authentic texts.

  3. Authentivity *a) The degree to which language teaching materials have the qualities of natural speech or writing.

  4. Autonomous Learning *a) The process of learning without being controlled by anyone else.

  5. Basic user …? *a) A1,A2

  6. Beckon – *a) to signal with your hand in order to tell that person to come closer

  7. Beliefs….. *a) the convictions that a teacher has about teaching or a learner about learning. When beliefs become dogma, they may inhibit professional development in a teacher or successful learning in a learner

  8. Benefits of dictations … *a) all answers are correct

  9. Bilingual person is … *a) able to speak 2 languages equally well

  10. Blog *a) A shared on-line journal where people can post diary entries about their personal experiences and hobbies

  11. Bodily-kinesthetic intelligence … *a) expresses itself in physical activities and movement: role-play, games, making posters and doing projects.

  12. Brainstorming …. *a) encourages learners to produce the idea of solving practical and scientific problems individually or in groups

  13. Brainstorming ….. *a) collecting ideas very quickly

  14. Brainstorming is*a a group activity in which learners have a free and relatively unstructured discussion on an assigned topic as the way of generating ideas without judging them

  15. Brainstorming is…………….. *a) its technique for generating new ideas on a topic

  16. Building friendly classroom relationships with and between learners.

*a) building rapport

  1. Building Rapport- *a) building friendly classroom relationship with and between learners

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