Methodological Approaches Test

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Test Methodological Approaches (FPMTFL-FP006_EngX4_E0)|
User ID: MEFPMTFL970132| Attempt: 1 / 1| Out of: 10|
Started: September 1, 2011 23:29| Finished: September 2, 2011 03:57| Time spent: 4 hr, 28 min., 17 sec.| Student finished 7 hr, 31 min., 43 sec. ahead of the 720 min. time limit. | Return to Scores.

Question 1 (0.5 points)
What sort of language analysis would you include the following group of terms in? Choose the right option: Determiners, nouns, verbs, adjectives, prepositions… Percent
Value| Correct
Response| Student
Response| Answer Choices|
100.0%| | | a.| Structural|
0.0%| | | b.| Functional|
0.0%| | | c.| Interactional|
Score 0.5 / 0.5

Question 2 (0.5 points)
What sort of language analysis would you include the following group of terms in? Choose the right option: speech acts, interchange, turn-takings, theme-based, moves… Percent
Value| Correct
Response| Student
Response| Answer Choices|
0.0%| | | a.| Structural|
0.0%| | | b.| Functional|
100.0%| | | c.| Interactional|
Score 0.5 / 0.5

Question 3 (0.5 points)
Analyze the following activity and choose the most appropriate view of language that it relates to.

Percent
Value| Correct
Response| Student
Response| Answer Choices|
100.0%| | | a.| Language is conceived as a group of linguistic units, which from a set of rules, relating to each other to form phrases. No real context is provided as reference, due to the fact that nothing is meant to be communicated but rather repeated.| 0.0%| | | b.| Language is presented as a semiotic system of communication in which the paramount interest is its use. In other words, there is a special emphasis on its mainly communicative side, through the putting forward of questions, rather than on its classification in units and structures.| 0.0%| | | c.| Language is known as action and as a vehicle for social relations. People do things with words and we use language to fulfill different purposes, for instance, asking questions. | Score 0 / 0.5

Question 4 (0.5 points)
Analyze the following activity and state what view of learning it most represents.

Percent
Value| Correct
Response| Student
Response| Answer Choices|
0.0%| | | a.| Mechanical and repetitive learning.|
0.0%| | | b.| A real and meaningful learning.|
100.0%| | | c.| A view of learning based on analytical processes.| Score 0.5 / 0.5

Question 5 (.125 points)
Certain methods/approaches and trends state specific roles for the teachers and prescribe their types of behavior in the classroom. Below, there is a list about the role that, according to these trends, the teacher should fulfill in the classroom situation. Read it carefully and choose the method/approach it belongs to: Never translate: demonstrate

Never explain: act
Never make a speech: ask questions
Never imitate mistakes: correct
Never speak with single words: use sentences
Never speak too much: make students speak much
Never use the book: use your own lesson plans
Never jump around: follow your plan (…)
Percent
Value| Correct
Response| Student
Response| Answer Choices|
0.0%| | | a.| Grammar-Translation Method|
100.0%| | | b.| Direct Method|
0.0%| | | c.| The Reform Movement|
0.0%| | | d.| The Total Physical Response Method|
Score 0.12 / 0.12

Question 6 (.125 points)
Certain methods/approaches and trends state specific roles for the teachers and prescribe their types of behavior in the classroom. Below, there is a list about the role that, according to these trends, the teacher should fulfill in the classroom situation. Read it carefully and choose the method/approach it belongs to: The first thing to be studied in a foreign language lesson is not the archaic language of literature, but the everyday language. The first aspect to be taken into account by the teacher will be to help her/his...
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