CTET 2018: Important Questions on Pedagogy of Language Development (English)

Dec 7, 2018 19:13 IST
    CTET 2018: Important Questions for English Language Section
    CTET 2018: Important Questions for English Language Section

    Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is all set to conduct Central Teachers Eligibility Test (CTET 2018) on 9th December 2018 and admit cards for CTET 2018 are available for download on the official website ctet.nic.in. Candidates who want to become teachers in government schools need to appear for CTET 2018. Candidates now have very few days for final preparation of the exam, and this is the time when candidates need something concrete for better preparation of the exam in less time.

    Many teachers who are guiding candidates for CTET 2018 suggest that now candidates should focus on practice and revision. According to the experts, previous years’ papers are one of the most important resources for practice and revision. One can easily boost his or her preparation level by going through CTET previous years’ papers.

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    Experts also suggest that there are some important topics from which questions are expected to be asked in the exam, every year. Here, we have provided some questions on important topics (Pedagogy of Language Development - English) from which problems are expected this year. These questions are important for Paper 1 and Paper 2.

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    CTET 2018: Important Questions on Pedagogy of Language Development

    Question: Grammar should be taught by

    (a) giving clear explanations

    (b) enabling practice in context

    (c) asking students to learn rules

    (d) making learners do written assignments

    Answer: (b)

    Question: There are 44 sounds in English. Out of these, how many sounds are vowels and how many are consonants respectively?

    (a) 20, 24

    (b) 5, 39

    (c) 22, 22

    (d) 10, 34

    Answer: (a)

    Question: Which one of the following is not true about the status of English language across the world?

    (a) English as a native language

    (b) English as a heritage language

    (c) English as a foreign language

    (d) English as a second language

    Answer: (b)

    Question: The study of words and their meanings is known as

    (a) semantics

    (b) linguistics

    (c) phonetics

    (d) syntax

    Answer: (a)

    Question: Etymology is:

    (a) science of Pedagogy.

    (b) science of study of language.

    (c) science of meaning of words.

    (d) science of knowing the origin of words.

    Answer: (d)

    Question: A word gets its meaning:

    (a) in relation to its context

    (b) from dictionary only

    (c) spelling

    (d) from its origin

    Answer: (d)

    Question: The first generation learners are those who are:

    (a) coming first time to school to seek admission.

    (b) learning Hindi for the first time.

    (c) learning English for the first time.

    (d) the first from their family to come to school.

    Answer: (d)

    Question: A good paragraph writing in English involves:

    (a) Correct punctuation marks

    (b) Ideas, presentation and coherence

    (c) Flowery language

    (d) Legible handwriting

    Answer: (b)

    Question: Children can best learn a language when they having

    (a) a good textbook

    (b) a proficient language teacher

    (c) inhibition

    (d) motivation

    Answer: (d)

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