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Which of the following activities for encouraging new vocabulary is suitable for the Engage

phase?

  1.  Role-play
  2.  Word search
  3.  Using pictures to elicit the meaning of words
  4.  Crossword

2

Which of the following techniques for encouraging new language structures is suitable for the Engage phase?

  1.  The teacher introduces a gap-fill activity based on the target structures.
  2.  The teacher shows holiday brochures to elicit the target language structures.
  3.  The class has a debate involving the new language structures.
  4.  The students take part in a role-play based around the new language structures.

3

Which of the following activities for teaching new vocabulary is NOT suitable for the Study phase?

  1.  Class debate
  2.  Gap-fill activity
  3.  Matching exercises
  4.  Pronunciation drilling

4

Which of the following activities for teaching new language structures is suitable for the Study phase?

  1.  The class has a debate involving the new language structures.
  2.  The teacher shows holiday brochures to elicit the target language structures.
  3.  The students complete an unscrambling of sentences worksheet.
  4.  The students take part in a role-play based around the new language structures.

5

Which of the following activities for presenting new language is NOT suitable for the Activate phase?

  1.  Class debate
  2.  Role-play
  3.  Story building
  4.  Gap-fill activity

6

Which of the following activities for teaching new language structures is suitable for the Activate phase?

  1.  The teacher introduces a gap-fill activity based on the target structures.
  2.  The students complete a jumbled sentence worksheet.
  3.  The students play a communication board game in pairs.
  4.  The teacher shows holiday brochures to elicit the target language structures.

7

What DON'T students usually need to know about any new vocabulary?

  1.  The meaning of the word.
  2.  The usage of the word.
  3.  The spelling and pronunciation of the word.
  4.  The origin of the word.

8

A student's difficulty in learning a new vocabulary item does NOT usually depend upon...?

  1.  The similarity to words in the students native language.
  2.  How long the word has been in common usage.
  3.  The spelling and pronunciation of the item.
  4.  The similarity to English words already known.

9

Which of the following is NOT usually a relevant factor in the selection of vocabulary to teach?

  1.  The pronunciation of the word.
  2.  Appropriacy to the students and/or the task.
  3.  Frequency and coverage.
  4.  Teachability (How easy it is to teach the word).

10

What DON'T students need to know about grammatical structures?

  1.  How often the structures are used.
  2.  Their meanings.
  3.  Their usages.
  4.  Their forms and patterns.

11

Which of the following would NOT generally be considered a language function?

  1.  Suggesting
  2.  Inviting
  3.  Agreeing
  4.  Modal verbs

12

Which of the following shows a possible Boomerang ESA structure?

  1.  Engage - Study - Activate
  2.  Engage - Study - Study - Engage - Activate
  3.  Engage - Activate - Study - Activate
  4.  Study - Activate - Study

13

Which of the following shows a possible Straight Arrow ESA structure?

  1.  Engage - Study - Activate
  2.  Engage - Study - Study - Engage - Activate
  3.  Engage - Activate - Study - Activate
  4.  Study - Activate - Study

14

Which of the following shows a possible Patchwork ESA structure?

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