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English Pedagogy Important Questions With Answer

1. Learning a language is a

a) Gradual process
b) Last process
c) Instant process
d) All-inclusive process

2. 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.

3. for English as a second language acquisition – poor – environment is one where

a) English language is used only in classrooms
b) English is not spoken at home at all
c) Access to English learning material is unavailable to students
d) None of the above

4. Study of meaning in a language is known as

a) Syntax
b) Semantics
c) Morphology
d) Linguistic

5. The best way to develop a child’s vocabulary at initial stage is to

a) Leave the child alone with story books
b) Make him go to school at very young age
c) Engaging in talks with the child and reading out loud
d) Show the child various programs on TV

6.______is perquisite to learning English.

a) Knowledge of grammar
b) Motivation
c) Reading stories
d) Cramming words and their meaning.

7. Teachers do not give the meaning of new words to learners directly because

a) Learners do not like to be given the meaning of words
b) It prevents learners from discovering the meaning through puzzling out using clues
c) Learners already known the meaning of words
d) Vocabulary will not be enriched

8. A good teachers is one who

a) Gives them ample opportunity to learn
b) Gives them useful information
c) Explains concept and principles
d) Gives printed notes to students

9.when language development is a deliberate and conscious effort,languages is

a) Honed
b) Brushed
c) Learned
d) Acquired

10. The major objective of teaching English at primary level is

a) Using English in different situations of life
b) Speaking English in British accent
c) Scoring good marks in exam
d) Knowing the grammar of English

11.When a child learns a language naturally without much practice it is called

a) language generalization
b) language adaption
c) language learning
d) language acquisition

12.Motivation is an important factor in language learning .gor example in class vi _____may be done.

a) Memorization and use of necessary vocabulary
b) Systematic analysis and use of structures
c) Use of visual devices and games – like exercise
d) Use of mother-tongue as the medium
13. According to Piaget, learning occurs due to

a) Inborn speaking abilities
b) Stimulus recognition
c) Assimilation and adaption
d) Scientific investigation

14.Active vocabulary consists of words which are__

a) Used often
b) Phonological and lexical
c) Used occasionally
d) Difficult to pronounce

15. According to the constitution of India English is a/an

a) Link language
b) Official Language
c) Window Language
d) Associate official language

16. 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

17. The study of words and their meanings is known as

(a) semantics
(b) linguistics
(c) phonetics
(d) syntax
Answer: (a)

English Pedagogy Important Questions

18.Using a word bank and brainstorming helps to build
a) Ideas
b) Writing skills
c) Reading comprehension
d) Vocabulary

19.language skills should be taught
a) In an integrated method
b) Through imitation
c) In isolation
d) Through clear explanation

20.the purpose of rapid reading is
For interest
For specific details
Extended reading
Seeking information

21.Note making is done
During a lecture
While reading a review
During extensive reference work
While writing an essay

22. Scanning and skimming are strategies for
a) Speaking
b) Thinking
c) Reading
d) Writing

23.A good paragraph writing in English involves
a) Ideas, presentation and coherence
b) Flowery language
c) Legible handwriting
d) Correct punctuation

24.In reading scanning means……
Quick survey of text
Examining everything closely and minutely
Predicting the content
For comprehension

25. The primary function of English pedagogy are
a) Express of feeling ,meaning, communication and thinking
b) To control over other people as language is a social act
c) None of above
d) Both a and b

26. Teaching aids such as chart, maps, pictures should be used by teacher because they
a) Motivate students
b) Prepare students mentally
c) Are not expensive
d) Both a and b

27. Skills are developed through
a) Literature teaching
b) Language teaching
c) Both
d) None

28.After a story telling session the learns are asked to change the ending of the story. This will help the learns
a) Understand grammar better
b) Develop library reference skills
c) Evaluate the teacher’s originality
d) Become imaginative and creative


29.young learns will enjoy a play include in the text book when they
a) Listen to the teacher reading the play
b) Enact the play
c) Get a detailed explanation about play from teacher
d) Read the play silently

Ans: b

30.In learning a new language
a) The knowledge of the mother tongue is helpful
b) The use of mother tongue Interferes rather than facilitates
c) The mother tongue should not be used at all by the learners
d) None

Ans: a

31.Grammar should be taught by
a) Giving clear explanations
b) Enabling practice in the context
c) Asking students to learns rules
d) Making learners do written assignments

Ans: b

32. a video is
a) An audio aid
b) A visual aid
c) An audio- visual aid
d) None of the above

Ans: C

33.the grammar –translation method emphasizes
a) Oral fluency
b) Command over speech
c) Use of mother tongue
d) Listening and speaking

Ans: c

34.Structures and patterns are used as a teaching unit in
a) Direct method
b) Structural method
c) the grammar –translation method
d) project method

Ans: b

35.Language learning is related to
a) Knowledge
b) Skill
c) Power
d) Copying

Ans: b

36. Bilingual Method was suggested by
a) Dodson
b) Smith
c) Herbert
d) Redson

Ans: a

37. The productive skills of language are
a) Listening and writing
b) Reading and writing
c) Speaking and listening
d) Speaking and writing

Ans: d

CTET english pedagogy questions – SET 1

1.Grammar should be taught by
(a) giving clear explanation
(b) enabling practice in contex
(c) asking students to learn rule
(d) making learners do written assignments

2.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

3.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

4.The study of words and their meanings is known as
(a) semantics
(b) linguistics
(c) phonetics
(d) syntax

5.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.

6.A word gets its meaning:
(a) in relation to its context
(b) from dictionary only
(c) spelling
(d) from its origin

7.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.

8.A good paragraph writing in English involves:
(a) Correct punctuation marks
(b) Ideas, presentation and coherence
(c) Flowery language
(d) Legible handwriting

9.Children can best learn a language when they having
(a) a good textbook
(b) a proficient language teacher
(c) inhibition
(d) motivation

Answer 1.B 2.A 3.B 4.A 5.D 6.D 7.D 8.B 9.D

English Pedagogy Objective Questions for CTET- SET 2

  1. What does ‘Nature’ in the passage mean?
    (a) Countryside covered with plants and trees
    (b) Physical power that created the world
    (c) Inherent things that determine character
    (d) Practical study of plants and animals
  2. Which one of the following is the correct statement?
    According to the passage
    (a) beauty is only skin-deep
    (b) everything is beautiful in its natural state
    (c) there is beauty in Nature
    (d) Nature is a moray teacher
  3. What does the writer suggest?
    (a) We should not modernize, so that Nature can be preserved
    (b) While modernizing we should be careful not to destroy Nature completely
    (c) All Nature has been destroyed by modern living
    (d) Carving out Natural reserves will hamper the growth of industries
  4. Direction: Select the most appropriate Preposition.
    Work ­­_______all the sums in the exercise.
    (a) down
    (b) out
    (c) for
    (d) at
  5. Direction: Select the most appropriate article to fill in the blank of the following sentence.
    During the course of the investigation, _ accused led the police to the scene of crime.
    (a) a
    (b) an
    (c) the
    (d) None of these
  6. Direction: Choose the most appropriate Group Verb.
    His original plan has __ and so he is working on new one.
    (a) fallen in
    (b) fallen out
    (c) fallen off
    (d) fallen through
  7. Direction: Select the most appropriate synonym..
    (a) Regnant
    (b) Regicide
    (c) Repugnant
    (d) Tyrant
  8. Direction: Select the word opposite in meaning to the given word.
    (a) Titanic
    (b) Gargantuan
    (c) Infinitesimal
    (d) Reticen
  9. For teaching grammar, the best grammar that a teacher can teach us is –––
    (a) Traditional grammar
    (b) Modern Grammar
    (c) Pedagogic Grammar
    (d) No grammar is needed
  10. The method of teaching English adopted at present in school curriculum is ––
    (a) Formative Co-relational Approach
    (b) Functional Communicative Approach
    (c) Function Corrective Approach
    (d) Figurative Comprehensive Approach

English Pedagogy Objective Questions

  1. Who is the father of genetic epistemology?
    b) Bruner
    c) Vygotsky
    d) Dewey
  2. Nature Children are like
    a) Imitative
    c) Imaginative
    d) Destructive
  3. Which of the following is not a product of learning?
    b) Knowledge
    c) Maturation
    d) Physical Structure
  4. Teaching-Learning Process fundamentally completed in
    a) Class Room
    b) School
    c) Society
    d) Home
  5. Whichfrom the following should be used to decrease minor inappropriate behavior?
    c) Ignorance
    d) Strictness
  6. A scoring guide use to evaluate the quality of students is called
    a) Rubrics
    b) Checklists
    c) Inventories
    d) Rating scales
  7. To motivate the other to achieve certain goals is
    a) Planning
    c) Controlling
    d) Organizing
  8. The concept of inspection was first introduced in
    a) Pakistan
    b) India
    c) England
    d) China
  9. All transaction should be enterd in which register
    a) Fee
    b) Cash
    c) Funds
    d) With Drawl
  10. Hw much knowledge is gained through the sense of smell?
    b) 13%


  1. A
  2. C
  3. B
  4. B
  5. C
  6. D
  7. A
  8. C
  9. C
  10. B
  11. A
  12. C
  13. B
  14. B
  15. C
  16. D
  17. A
  18. C
  19. C
  20. B

CTET english pedagogy questions– SET 3

Q1. Substitutional method was initially adopted by
(a) Palmer
(b) Kingsley
(c) Macgully
(d) Dodson

Q2. Scientific method of the modern method of teaching of reading is
(a) Phonic method
(b) Choral method
(c) Word method
(d) Look and Say method

Q3. At primary level, we should use method for teaching reading
(a) Story method
(b) Sentence method
(c) Phonic method
(d) All of these

Q4. Suitable method for teaching spelling at middle stage is
(a) Dictation method
(b) Drill method
(c) Play way method
(d) All of these

Q5. Which branch of linguistic studies the applications of the basic principles of the linguistic science to language teaching?
(a) Structural linguistics
(b) Applied linguistic
(c) Comparative linguistic
(d) Historical linguistics

Q6. When did English Prose come into existence?
(a) 9th century
(b) 12th century
(c) 14th century
(d) 19th century
Q7. Which of these can be classified under types of grammar?
(a) Descriptive
(b) Scholarly
(c) Transformational generative
(d) All of these

Q8. Which of the following grammar is taught incidentally:
(a) Prescriptive grammar
(b) Traditional grammar
(c) Functional grammar
(d) Theoretical grammar

Q9. Reading habit is important due to the following reasons:
(a) Increases vocabulary
(b) Makes us knowledgeable
(c) Helps in getting information
(d) All of these

Q10. What are the methods of teaching spellings?
(a) Correct pronunciation
(b) Dictionary method
(c) Transcription
(d) All of these

1. Ans.(a).
2. Ans.(a)
3. Ans.(b)
4. Ans.(d)
5. Ans.(d)
6. Ans.(c)
7. Ans.(d)
8. Ans.(c)
9. Ans.(d)
10. Ans.(d)

English Pedagogy Objective Questions for CTET- SET 4 

Q1. language is
(a) abroad term simply referring to human patterned verbal behavior in general
(b) a et of specific rules for generating speech
(c) anoher word for a dialect
Ans. (b)

Q2. The best time to learn a second language is in
(a) early childhood
(b) junior school
(c) senior secondary school
(d) college
(d) a pidgin
Ans. (a)

Q3. verbal communication means:
(a) sending a message in words including writing
(b) informal communication
(c) exact limited message the speaker wants to convey
(d) actual words said
Ans. (a)

Q4 Metalinguistic awareness is
(a) the ability to think and talk about language
(b) the ability to connect the distinctive sounds in words to letters
(c) understanding of the mapping principles between sounds and meaning
(d) the ability to recognize writing from other visual marks
Ans. (a)

Q5 Which skills are receptive?
(a) listening and speaking
(b)listening and reading
(c)reading and writing
(d)writing and speaking
Ans (b)

Q6. The following statements that are true about language is
(a) all language use essentially the same number of sounds
(b) all native speakers of a language learn the basic rules of grammar in school
(c) While the different language may use different phonemes, they all essentially share the same syntax
(d) None of the above
Ans. (d)

Q7. The statement that best describes the linguistic concept of words is
(a) words are inherent units of meaning that every child is born with,and learns to attach specific sounds to specific words
(b) words are sounds that we only attach meaning to through the context of syntax, and are by themselves devoid of useful information
(c) words are written pieces of language that are defined via long-cultural consensus, and
term recorded in dictionaries to main-uniformity of expression, without which words would be arbitrary and meaningless
(d) words are arbitrary sounds that are memorized through brute force and are associated in the mental lexicon with the word itself, it’s sound, and it’s meaning
Ans. (d)

Q8. ___is the study of language from a cognitive and developmental law (a) psycholinguistics

(b) sociolinguistics

(c) comparative linguistics

(d) linguistics

Ans. (a)

Q9. The following definition best describes language acquisition

(a) The process by which a society’svernacular varies

(b) The process by which linguistics is applied to sociology

(c) The process by which the linguistic ability develops in a human

(d) the process by which the origin of language is developed

Ans. (c)

Q10. “A student recommends the reading of the latest best-seller, saying that it is very interesting. You listen, trying to make out whether the student’s observation is sincere or not.” This type of listening can be described:

(a) critical

(b) comprehension

(c) sympathetic

(d) active

Ans. (a)

English Pedagogy Objective Question

Q11. “Children deserve most of the credit for the language that they acquire.” The observation implies that in modern classroom.

(a) students pursue their own lines of enquiry

(b) students need not attend L2 classes

(c) students may choose L2 on their own

(d) the teacher establishes the task and supports or facilitates learning.

Ans. (a)

Q12. Types of ‘text media’ are

(a) audio discs and tapes

(b) illustration and diagrams

(c) motion pictures

(d) and documentaries

Ans. (d)

Q13. Students learning a language often lack confidence when speaking due to the language’s unique pronunciation rules. One way to overcome this problem is

(a) Children reading aloud in class

(b) using game-like activities which require

(c) Strictly verbal interaction in the classroom

(d) conducting special speech therapy with a counsellor

Ans. (b)

Q14. The contemporary target language classroom is a confluence of varied languages and language abilities. Teachers should restructure their practices by exposing students to

(a) Summaries and simplified versions of the learning materials, e.g., stories, grammar notes, etc.

(b) Worksheets with a variety of tasks which cover the syllabus and students give their responses in class under teacher’s guidance

(c) Appropriate challenges based on the syllabus in a secure environment, opportunities for all students to explore ideas and gain mastery.

(d) Adequate self-explanatory notes, either prepared by teacher or from material writers.

Ans. (c)

Q15. For students to gain language skills from textbooks, the textbook learning should

(a) correlate with assessment and achievement

(b) lead to using the textbook sparingly

(c) expose them to more literary reading

(d) become more cost-effective compared to a technologically supported course Ans. (a)

Q16. While teaching hearing-impaired students in an inclusive class, it is necessary for a teacher to

(a) make sure that they are including signs and nonverbal signal to strengthen any communication

(b) conduct regular a special class for such students

(c) be in constant touch with the parents for such students.

(d) use cue cards to signal the teaching content


Q17. While translating a subject and using the translation in the mainstream curriculum, the benefit is

(a) promoting national identity

(b) enriching linguistic capability and appreciation

(c) enabling teachers who are not competent in the mainstream language to take classes.

(d) standardizing cultural identity.


(b) Q18. The teaching of reading by associating characters or groups of characters with sounds is the ____ method.
(a) morphemic
(b) direct
(c) phonic
(d) whole-language
Ans. (c)

Q19. Teachers can remediate for the student with language learning difficulty by
(a) focusing on individual progress with individual instruction
(b) providing notes that are summarized and simplified
(c) initially giving information as reading only, no writing
(d) conduct extra classes for the students to ‘catch up’ with others
Ans. (a)

Q20. CALP stands for _ Academic Language Proficiency.
(a) communicative
(b) content
(c) cognitive
(d) controlled
Ans. (c)

ANSWER: 1. B 2.A 3.A 4.A 5.B 6.D 7.D 8.A 9.C 10.A 11.A 12.D 13.B 14.C 15.A 16.A 17.B 18.C 19.A 20.C


1.A teacher of Class VII while teaching the poem,The Solitary Reaper by William Wordsworth asks children to find how the last words of each line sound. What is she trying to draw the attention of learners to?
——–>Rhyme scheme

2.To help the students overcome the problems of spelling mistakes, the teacher will use…. as the teaching strategy.——->

3.Grammar translation method of teaching English heavily relies on-
form-focused teaching

4.Written description of a child’s progress that a teacher keeps on a day-to-day basis is ——-> anecdotal record

5.Diphthongs Are also known as
————> glide vowels

6.Yasmin, an English language teacher, gave her students group work to explore an area and asked them to find important notices and names of places and streets to document them to write a report This activity is known as————–>activity based learning

7. Mrudusrnita, while teaching a lesson on atoms from the science textbook, gave her students activities based on the theme. The activities included vocabulary and debate on the uses of atomic energy. What is this strategy known as?——–> Language across curriculum

8. Language proficiency refers to
A. fluency
B. accuracy
C. appropriateness
D. efficiency
Which of the above are true?
A, C and D

9. A teacher of Class VI in a writing assessment task asked students to write on “If I were famous for something….” This is assessment of a/an answer. ——> descriptive

10 A good language textbook should
A. contain learner-centred materials.
B. contain teacher-friendly instruction and
content-related materials.
C. incorporate language skills throughout.
D. have more syntactical items in its content.
Which of the above are true?
A, B and D

11. Kavya notes down the errors committed by learners of the class and discusses them once in a fortnight. What is this practice known as?
——> Evaluation

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