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We would advise you to select answers manually rather than using the up/down arrow or tab buttons, to decrease the possibility of highlighting answers unintentionally. Please make sure that you are accessing this test from a reliable and stable internet connection, as the test pages may not load fully if there is a problem. Before starting the test, you should ensure that the green 'submit' button appears at the bottom of this page first. Note: If you make a mistake in choosing an option during the test, click on the answer you think is correct and your choice will automatically be changed. 1 For questions 1 to 5. It may be possible to describe a teacher in different ways, but which of the following BEST describes the teacher when acting as a: Prompter 1. The teacher provides a correct example of English language pronunciation. 2. The teacher sets up an activity to allow the students to practice language use, themselves. 3. The teacher gives feedback and correction in addition to evaluation. 4. The teacher encourages the students' to give further information by asking a follow up question. 5. The teacher takes control of a class or activity. 2 Facilitator 1. The teacher provides a correct example of English language pronunciation. 2. The teacher sets up an activity to allow the students to practice language use, themselves. 3. The teacher gives feedback and correction in addition to evaluation. 4. The teacher encourages the students' to give further information by asking a follow up question. 5. The teacher takes control of a class or activity. 3 Manager 1. The teacher provides a correct example of English language pronunciation. 2. The teacher sets up an activity to allow the students to practice language use, themselves. 3. The teacher gives feedback and correction in addition to evaluation. 4. The teacher encourages the students' to give further information by asking a follow up question. 5. The teacher takes control of a class or activity. 4 Model 1. The teacher provides a correct example of English language pronunciation. 2. The teacher sets up an activity to allow the students to practice language use, themselves. 3. The teacher gives feedback and correction in addition to evaluation. 4. The teacher encourages the students' to give further information by asking a follow up question. 5. The teacher takes control of a class or activity. 5 Assessor 1. The teacher provides a correct example of English language pronunciation. 2. The teacher sets up an activity to allow the students to practice language use, themselves. 3. The teacher gives feedback and correction in addition to evaluation. 4. The teacher encourages the students' to give further information by asking a follow up question. 5. The teacher takes control of a class or activity. 6 Which of the following would NOT be considered a characteristic of a good learner? 1. Willingness to ask questions 2. Desire to learn 3. Asking for advice 4. Only listening during class discussions 5. Accepting error correction 7 Which of the following would NOT be considered a characteristic of a good teacher? 1. Knowledge of subject 2. Patient and kind 3. Able to establish rapport 4. Should be able to motivate 5. Cares more about teaching than the learners 8 For questions 8 to 12 match each description of a student's language skills to the correct language level. The student has a very good knowledge of both grammar and vocabulary, and is now studying more subtle parts of speech. 1. Advanced 2. Upper-Intermediate 3. Beginner 4. Elementary 5. Intermediate 9 The student's knowledge of English ranges from zero to very basic. 1. Advanced 2. Upper-Intermediate 3. Beginner 4. Elementary 5. Intermediate 10 The student lacks general fluency but is able to understand and communicate a wide variety of topics. 1. Advanced 2. Upper-Intermediate 3. Beginner 4. Elementary 5. Intermediate 11 The student still lacks some accuracy but is able to discuss a very wide range of topics. 1. Advanced 2. Upper-Intermediate 3. Beginner 4. Elementary 5. Intermediate 12 The student can communicate basic topics and form simple sentences. 1. Advanced 2. Upper-Intermediate 3. Beginner 4. Elementary 5. Intermediate 13 What is the Common European Framework Basic A2 user called? 1. Mastery 2. Vantage 3. Waystage 4. Breakthrough 5. Threshold 14 Which of the following is NOT usually a reason for high ESL student motivation? 1. To travel the world 2. Future career prospects 3. An interest in languages 4. Their own native language 5. To live in an English speaking country 15 For questions 15 to 19 match the effect with its most likely cause. The teacher has difficulty monitoring all students because... 1. the teacher’s talk time in the lesson is about 90% of the total talk time of the class. 2. the teacher remarks that the male Saudi Arabian students should ask their colleagues more questions about each other’s family relationships. 3. the teacher arrives late for a series of lessons. 4. the teacher always corrects every error and mistake the students make in all stages of the lesson. 5. the teacher joins in all class activities. 16 The students lose respect for their teacher’s rules because... 1. the teacher’s talk time in the lesson is about 90% of the total talk time of the class. 2. the teacher remarks that the male Saudi Arabian students should ask their colleagues more questions about each other’s family relationships. 3. the teacher arrives late for a series of lessons. 4. the teacher always corrects every error and mistake the students make in all stages of the lesson. 5. the teacher joins in all class activities. 17 The students are embarrassed on a cultural level because... 1. the teacher’s talk time in the lesson is about 90% of the total talk time of the class. 2. the teacher remarks that the male Saudi Arabian students should ask their colleagues more questions about each other’s family relationships. 3. the teacher arrives late for a series of lessons. 4. the teacher always corrects every error and mistake the students make in all stages of the lesson. 5. the teacher joins in all class activities. 18 The students lack concentration and motivation because... 1. the teacher’s talk time in the lesson is about 90% of the total talk time of the class. 2. the teacher remarks that the male Saudi Arabian students should ask their colleagues more questions about each other’s family relationships. 3. the teacher arrives late for a series of lessons. 4. the teacher always corrects every error and mistake the students make in all stages of the lesson. 5. the teacher joins in all class activities. 19 The students become nervous about answering questions because... 1. the teacher’s talk time in the lesson is about 90% of the total talk time of the class. 2. the teacher remarks that the male Saudi Arabian students should ask their colleagues more questions about each other’s family relationships. 3. the teacher arrives late for a series of lessons. 4. the teacher always corrects every error and mistake the students make in all stages of the lesson. 5. the teacher joins in all class activities. 20 A good learner will? 1. Never ask the teacher questions when unsure. 2. Always ask the teacher questions when unsure. 3. Only ask their friends when unsure. 4. Ignore the problem when unsure. 5. Not attend because the last lesson was difficult. 21 Unit reflection: Write a brief overview of the content of this unit and what you feel that you have learnt from it. If stating an opinion you will need to give reasons. This section is not graded but may be part of a sample of work reviewed by the course moderator and therefore should be clear and concise, relevant to the unit, professional in nature and a minimum of 50 words. This unit reflection is therefore a requirement of the course. Repetition from previous unit reflections will not be accepted. A BRIEF OVERVIEW OF "UNIT 1" CONTENT the content of unit 1 , encompasses all about TEACHER and LEARNER in teaching and learning environment(Classroom),below are the treated content: * Understanding the concept of individual differences among the language learners. * Motivation as a vital key to an effective teaching\learning process. * Characteristics\ Roles of a "good Teacher". * Qualities of a "good learner" and some likely barriers. * Adult and Young learners as a categories of language learners and differences between both * Categories of language levels: Beginner...Advanced etc. Below are some knowledge I have learnt so far from the aforementioned in unit one. That for an effective and successful Teaching\Learning to take place, both the teacher and learner must portrait a good and positive\distinctive qualities in respective of "INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES" such as; learners background-learners may not possibly come from same home leading to differences in cultural ways of doing or handling issues and mode of understanding among the language learners, experience differs as learners are not likely to be same in age as we therefore have classes of ADULT and YOUNG learners such as:(teenagers, pre-puberty and young learners) and above all , to become or call as a good teacher, you must put all these features as a habit avoid focusing on your own teaching personalities (kind, love etc.),A good teacher must be fully concerned about his\her learners as discussed above and must be able to lead, control, monitor, motivate, assess and evaluate in the teaching\learning process. on the other hand, I have learnt that despite the psychomotor, cognitive and effective domain of learning , a good learner should cultivate the habit of: interest, desire, willingness, ability to be actively involved in the learning strategies and methodologies such as: problem-solving, working within a team, accepting mistakes and ready to be corrected and above all, respect and be faithful to teachers. In addition, I also learnt how to handle or adopt the different methodologies for Adult and Young learners and putting the various language levels into consideration. for instance, The age range of young learner between 8-13 would not have same Motivational, Experience, Behavior and language level as Adult language learner whose choice, decision in life experience, both negative or positive experience are defined and has a fixed expectation and above all might fall under the higher language as in upper intermediate or Advanced compare to young language learner. In Conclusion, I realized that , there are basically six levels as of Common European Framework Example: A1 = Breakthrough Basic User A2= Waystage Basic User etc. and other are used in B1,B2,C1 and C2 . Finally, language learners be it young learners in all categories, and Adult learner should always be motivated in other to develop more interest in learning the language emphasizing that the advantages and importance cannot be over emphasized.