The TEFL 120 Hour course is assessed across 1. You will receive 1 certificate on successful completion of the exam.
The Final Assessment will contribute to 100% of your final grade awarded for that particular level of the course.
Each question will have a different format to it, from multiple-choice questions to questions selected from a word bank. Read each question carefully and answer to the best of your knowledge.
The pass mark at each level are identified below:
Fail – 0 – 69%
Pass – 70% or more
- Marks will not be awarded for omitted answers.
- Marks will not be deducted for incorrect or omitted answers as only positive marks are awarded for the test.
- The final score will be the total of answers awarded for the thirty questions.
- Answers will be marked according to accuracy, completeness and relevance.
Read each question very carefully – There may be questions asking you to select the option that is incorrect and/or more than one answer to a question.
Answer each question – Do not leave any question blank as you will not be awarded any marks; however you have a 1 in 4 chance of answering correctly if you at least attempt the question.
Work by process of elimination – If you are unsure of the answer to a question, first rule out any options that you know are definitely (or at least mostly sure) are incorrect and then select which you think is correct.
Please note, your results for the Final Assessment are automatically sent across to your tutors and they will be aware of your grades.
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TEFL 120 Hour Exam
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Question 1 of 39
What does PPP stand for?
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What does ESA stand for?
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PPP activities should include much:
Question 4 of 39
Who defined ESA?
Question 5 of 39
Which of the following represent events of instruction that, when appropriate, should be described in a lesson plan?
Question 6 of 39
Which of the following include components of a lesson plan?
Question 7 of 39
Which of the following are types of lesson plans?
Question 8 of 39
What does the term ‘KISS’ stand for?
Question 9 of 39
Non-native speaker teachers are usually …………… at explaining grammar than most untrained native speakers.
Select the correct missing word for the sentence above.
Question 10 of 39
In a conclusion phase of the lesson you should:
Question 11 of 39
All of the following are components of the lesson plan except:
Question 12 of 39
EFL students have problems with pronunciation because:
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Speaking too slowly and too emphatically can be:
Question 14 of 39
Of listening to students, you should listen for:
Question 15 of 39
All of the following is part of teaching reading process except:
Question 16 of 39
Research seems to indicate that the most effective ways to deal with errors and offer corrections seem to include:
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There is a natural tension between fluency and accuracy, you should aim for
Question 18 of 39
The best way to deal with discipline issues in the EFL classroom is
Question 19 of 39
The old rule states that the length of an activity for a child should be
Question 20 of 39
When dealing with a misbehaving child it’s better to
Question 21 of 39
Research tends to indicate that these types of errors should be addressed except
Question 22 of 39
All of the following are classroom mistakes to avoid except:
Question 23 of 39
The best way to deal with EFL students not understanding directions in English
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Teaching business English focuses on
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Advantages of Teaching Large Classes
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Challenges of Teaching Large Classes include
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Strategies for coping with large classes
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Activities to use in Large Classes include
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On Seating the class it’s better to
Question 30 of 39
The aim of class room activities is all of the following except
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The group leader’s responsibilities in group activities include all of the following except
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For starter level activity, you do
Question 33 of 39
For an intermediate level activity, you do
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For an Upper-intermediate level activity, you do
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At the early learning stage, you should focus on helping the children to
Question 36 of 39
All of the following points are characteristic of how small children learn language except
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Around three years old the child
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Around five years old the child
Question 39 of 39
Children’s songs, rhymes, stories and games are important because they