Teaching Knowledge Test (TKT) – MCQ 02

Teaching Knowledge Test (TKT) – MCQ 02. 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 02

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. When a teacher decides whether a learner is doing well or not, or whether a course is successful or not, by evaluating learners by thinking about their strengths and weaknesses and thinking about their progress rather than setting a test or writing an official report.

#2. This involves teachers thinking about learners’ classroom performance to assess how well learners communicate during specific tasks

#3. When learners assess themselves, they decide how good they think their progress, learning or language use is.

#4. When a teacher uses formal and informal assessment and information on learners’ progress during a course to give learners feedback on their learning or to change their teaching.

#5. When the opinion of the person marking a test is needed to make a decision on the quality of the work being assessed.

#6. It is about teachers giving equal attention to all of the learners in the class.

#7. How long a learner is able to concentrate at any one time.

#8. A type of assessment aimed at finding out what language and skills weaknesses or strengths learners have.

#9. designed by the teacher and used for diagnostic purposes

#10. A type of assessment done at the end of a course where the focus is on learners receiving a grade for their work rather than receiving feedback on their progress.

#11. is a way of looking at verb forms without looking specifically at the time of the action or event.

#12. The qualities against which a learner’s performance is judged for assessment

#13. When learners give their opinions on each other’s language or work.

#14. A type of assessment which does not involve a final examination during a course.

#15. When teachers think about what they believe their learners will or will not know or how they will behave in a particular lesson.

#16. This is used for formative assessment and also continuous assessment. It consists of a collection of learners’ work done over a course or a year which shows development of their language and skills.

#17. When a teacher assesses learners and then gives them a formal report or grade, to say how successful or unsuccessful they have been

#18. To discover, judge, or form an opinion on learners’ ability, achievement, proficiency or progress either formally or informally.



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