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TESOL ANSWER SHEET module 1 Quiz A (topics 1-4)

According to the article ‘BEHAVIORIST THEORY ON LANGUAGE LEARNING AND ACQUISITION’, which one (1) of these teaching techniques supports the key ideas of the behaviorist theory of language development?

TPR

According to the article ‘BEHAVIORIST THEORY ON LANGUAGE LEARNING AND ACQUISITION’, which one (1) of these behaviorist strategies has been proven by research to be least effective in terms of supporting language learning?

situational…

Which of these classroom methods is linked to the Constructivist theory of SLA?

noticing language

According to the article ‘BEHAVIORIST THEORY ON LANGUAGE LEARNING AND ACQUISITION’, what one (1) of these statements is correct about the two key strategies that the behaviorists propose to aid language learning?

reinforcement and reward

According to the video ‘ Piaget’s Stage of Development’ in Task 4, at what stage of development are children able to engage in logical thinking and accommodation of new ideas?

formal operational stage

According to the video ‘ Piaget’s Stage of Development’ in Task 4, the key concept that children learn in their first year of cognitive development is

permanence

Which one (1) of these theories considers the social aspect of language use?

constructivist

According to Piaget, at what age do children reach the pre-operational stage of development?

2-7

In the video ‘the linguistic genius of babies’ in task 1, which of the following one (1) is the evidence that the speaker presents to affirm that the presence of a teacher (‘human’) helps with early language development?

there was no indication of learning whatsoever…

According to the video ‘the linguistic genius of babies’ in task 1, which one (1) of these terms is related to language learning and development?

critical period

According to the video ‘ Piaget’s Stage of Development’ in Task 4, what is a clear indication that a learner has reached the formal operational stage?

can think about abstract concepts

Which one (1) of these is a functional theory of language acquisition?

nativist

According to the article ‘Language learning vs. Acquisition’, which one (1) of these learning aspects is related to language ‘acquisition’?

happens subconsciously

According to the article ‘Language learning vs. Acquisition’, which one (1) of these statements is true from a neuro-linguistic perspective of language acquisition?

processed in two different ways in the brain

According to the article ‘BEHAVIORIST THEORY ON LANGUAGE LEARNING AND ACQUISITION’, which one (1) of these ideas is central to the understanding and application of the behaviorist approach to language teaching?

Language development is the result of habit-formation through conscious imitation.

Which one (1) of these classroom methods is aligned closely to the Nativist Theory?

both

Which one (1) of these statements highlights key differences between the Nativist and Constructivist theories?

CT believes that language development is a process of creative construction, NT believes that language development happens through practicing language use

According to the article ‘BEHAVIORIST THEORY ON LANGUAGE LEARNING AND ACQUISITION’, which one (1) of these teaching techniques does NOT support the behaviorist theory?

collaborative learning (pair work/group work)

TESOL ANSWER SHEET Module 1 quiz B(topics 5-8)

According to Stephen Krashen’s theory of second language acquisition, classroom methods involving meaningful interaction with little focus on accuracy, highlight Krashen’s hypothesis related to

interaction-based language learning

According to Krashen, the sequence in which second language learners acquire language forms is similar to the sequence in which they acquire their first language. This is referred to as

the natural order hypothesis

According Vygotsky’s sociocultural theory, the two cognitive levels in which a learner’s cultural development occurs are

interphysiological (between people), intraphysiological (in the mind of the individual)

According to the social cultural theory, which of the following teaching methods adequately support language development?

both the other two

According Vygotsky’s sociocultural theory, ZPD stands for

zone of proximal development

According Vygotsky’s sociocultural theory, learning is a

socio-cultural process

Vygotsky uses the term ZPD to describe

the area of exploration for which the student is cognitively prepared, but requires help and social interaction to fully develop

A teacher can create a supportive environment for second language acquisition in the classroom for early language learners by

both the other two

What are the key techniques related to BICS that teachers can apply in the classroom?

provide lots of realia and visuals; articulate language objectives while teaching content

Identify the factors from the list below that influence second language learning in young children.

age and exposure to the second language

BICS stands for

Basic Interpersonal Communication Skills

A teacher can create a supportive environment for second language acquisition in the classroom for early language learners by

both the other two

What are the key techniques related to BICS that teachers can apply in the classroom?

provide lots of realia and visuals; articulate language objectives while teaching content

Identify the factors from the list below that influence second language learning in young children.

age and exposure to the second language

According Vygotsky’s sociocultural theory, ZPD stands for

Zone of Proximal Development

A teacher can create a supportive environment for second language acquisition in the classroom for early language learners by

Managing teacher language or teacher talk appropriately

According to Stephen Krashen’s theory of second language acquisition, Krashen recommends keeping learners’ ‘affective filter’ in check, to reduce anxiety in learning a new language. How can a teacher achieve this?

by creating a friendly classroom environment that is supportive and enabling

Cummins’s initial BICS/CALP distinction was elaborated into two intersecting continua, based on

cognitive demands and contextual support

ORIGINAL SOURCES:

Cert A– Answers

Cert B– Answers

https://quizlet.com/421388573/tesol-topics-5-8-flash-cards/

https://quizlet.com/378148007/topic-6-and-7-flash-cards/

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