Teaching Knowledge Test (TKT) – MCQ 01

Teaching Knowledge Test (TKT) – MCQ 01. Welcome to our TKT quizzes for TEFL teachers! Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) is a rewarding and challenging profession that requires a strong command of the English language and a deep understanding of language acquisition and pedagogy.

These quizzes are designed to test your knowledge of key TEFL concepts and provide you with valuable feedback on your teaching skills. With a range of questions covering everything from teaching techniques to classroom management, these quizzes will help you stay current and improve your teaching practice.

Teaching Knowledge Test (TKT) – MCQ 01

Whether you are a seasoned TEFL teacher or just starting out, these quizzes will help you hone your skills and become a more effective and confident educator. So let’s get started and see how much you know about teaching English as a foreign language!

#1. Taking part and being involved and interested in something.

#2. To show that you have seen or understood something.

#3. Connected to thoughts and ideas rather than real objects, situations or actions.

#4. To be able to find and to use materials for lessons.

#5. Something you succeed in doing usually by making an effort; something done successfully.

#6. To change a text or other material, so that it is suitable to use with a particular class.

#7. To get learners to think about and to say what they know about a topic.

#8. A particular way or a system for doing something.

#9. To examine or think about something in detail in order to understand it or get to know it better

#10. What is the secondary focus of the lesson, less important than the main aim?

#11. The ability to do something without making mistakes.

#12. What is the aim or purpose of a stage, step or short section of a lesson?

#13. To get learners interested in a task or topic

#14. A classroom activity used mostly with young learners which includes words and sentences which end in the same sound.

#15. An approach to learning by doing activities and focusing on the activity rather than focusing on grammar and vocabulary.

#16. Things which are connected with education or connected with studying in schools, colleges or universities.

#17. When teachers are planning a lesson, they think about what their learners might find difficult about the lesson so that they can help them learn more effectively at certain points in the lesson.

#18. Language which is suitable in a particular situation

#19. is what the teacher would like to improve in his/her teaching

#20. A short form of a word or phrase

#21. What the teacher wants to achieve in the lesson or in the course.

#22. A classroom activity in which (younger) learners make something with their hands, such as an origami animal or a mini-book.

#23. To learn a language without studying it, just by hearing and/or reading it and then using it.



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