Quiz: Lang Lab - 2/2 (ELT-2)
December 2019
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66. Who is the writer of 1964 monograph ‘Language Laboratory and Language Learning’?
Refer to TECHNOLOGY IN THE SERVICE OF FOREIGN LANGUAGE LEARNING: THE CASE OF THE LANGUAGE LABORATORY by Warren B. Roby on https://www.sites.google.com/site/exmaenglish/m-a-part-2/course-no-16-a-english-language-teaching---2
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67. Who is probably the first person to coin the actual term ‘Language Laboratory’ according to Elton Hocking in his 1964 monograph ‘Language Laboratory and Language Learning?
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68. The first __________ laboratory might, in fact, be credited to France where in 1908, in Grenoble, films and discs were used simultaneously for teaching French to foreigners.
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69. Who quite correctly anticipated many features of our current laboratories concerning both equipment and preograming format in series of articles published in 1930, 1931 and 1932?
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70. Which of the following features should a good lab program emphasize?
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71. “We already know that the language laboratory ( or electronic classroom) can be effective; what remains to be seen is how long it will take our schools and colleges not only to acquire adequate laboratory facilities but to learn how to use them effectively.” Who made this remark which are poignantly relevant in our times?
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72. One of the main disadvantages of language labs is _________ .
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73. Who is writer of ‘Technology in the Service of Foreign Language Learning: The Case of the Language Laboratory’?
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74. Whose book on ‘The Language Laboratory and Language Teaching’ (1973) was of different kind as it had almost no mention of lab equipment or lab and was on the pedagogical use of the lab?
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75. Which of the following defines 21st century language laboratories?
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76. What are the benefits of using Language Labs as Self Access Centers (SACs)?
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77. What is Self Access Center? Is the following definition true or false?
A centre which enables learning to take place independently of teaching and which offers students the scope to choose and use materials on their own, and the materials they use offer them the flexibility to seek correction and assessment of their own performance.
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78. What is Flipped classroom? Is the following definition true or false? (Refer this for details on Flipped Learning Environment: http://dilipbarad.blogspot.in/2016/01/flipped-learning-network.html)
Flipped classroom is an instructional strategy and a type of blended learning that reverses the traditional educational arrangement by delivering instructional content, often online, outside of the classroom. It moves activities, including those that may have traditionally been considered homework, into the classroom. In a flipped classroom, students watch online lectures, collaborate in online discussions, or carry out research at home and engage in concepts in the classroom with the guidance of the instructor.
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79. Which of the following are 4 pillars of Flipped Learning Environment?
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80. Which of the following is true about Flipped Learning?
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81. Which of the following check-list are important from students' point of view in Self Access Center?
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82. Which of the following check-lists are important from teacher's point of view in SAC?
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