simulados do quinto período letras-Inglês
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simulados do quinto período letras-Inglês


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You´re a teacher/technologist and you feel your role is changing dramatically due to the convergence of internal and external forces that dictate how new technologies can be used for language learning in an institution. What are they? Mention at least 3.
		
	
Sua Resposta: ff
	
Compare com a sua resposta: 1- the fact that social software and collaborative technologies hold extraordinary potential for language teaching and learning. 2- the reality that there are specific, user-centric technologies that are now a normative means for our students to communicate, collaborate, and play with their peers. 3- the acknowledgement that there are security-oriented institutional constraints imposed upon technologies for teaching and learning in most academic settings that may limit the scope and the range of any technology used for teaching. 4- the analysis of the way in which we teach language and promote cultural literacy in the foreign language classroom
		
	
	
	 2a Questão (Ref.: 201301222625)
	
	Which of the following levels of proficiency demand a more teacher-centred approach to teaching: beginner, intermediate or advanced? Why?
		
	
Sua Resposta: ff
	
Compare com a sua resposta: Beginners. Teachers have to provide learners with more language at this stage.
		
	
	
	 3a Questão (Ref.: 201301275841)
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	What are the principles for the Communicative Method in Semiotics? One option does not apply.
		
	 
	The communicative language teaching makes use of any activity which would help the learners to get engaged in authentic (real) communication.
	
	Favourite activities are; social interaction activities; conversation and discussion sessions, dialogues, pair and group discussions and role plays.
	 
	Activities should be imaginary.
	
	Students use language as a means of expressing values and their concerns
	
	The communicative language teaching aims to develop certain language skills and functions by using the target language and communicative activities
		
	
	
	 4a Questão (Ref.: 201301591231)
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	We can say that English is recognized as lingua franca because
		
	 
	it´s the language of kings
	
	it´s the language of pop stars
	
	it´s a beautiful language
	
	its grammar is easy
	 
	it has official or special status in at least 75 countries
		
	
	
	 5a Questão (Ref.: 201301591146)
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	In the process of teachinglearning foreign languages, who should be more intereted in observing classroom practices
		
	
	supervisors
	 
	students
	
	researchers
	
	coordinators
	 
	teachers themselves
		 Gabarito Comentado.
	
	
	 6a Questão (Ref.: 201301222396)
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	Which of the following statements are true about Krashen's Acquisition-Learning hypothesis?
 (1) There are two independent systems of second language performance: the acquired and the learned system.
 (2) The "learned" system is the product of the subconscious process.
(3) The "acquired" system is a very similar process to the one a child undergoes when learning a first language.
		
	 
	1 and 2.
	 
	1 and 3.
	
	All of them.
	
	2 and 3.
	
	None of them.
		
	
	
	 7a Questão (Ref.: 201301217632)
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	The process of understanding the way a language system works via its structures and rules is called---
		
	
	interference.
	
	borrowing.
	 
	acquisition.
	 
	learning.
	
	understanding.
		
	
	
	 8a Questão (Ref.: 201301274369)
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	Sociocultural perspectives on language learning, as influenced by the work of Vygotsky (Lantolf & Appel, 1994; Warschauer, 1997), provide a complementary position that considers language learners in direct relation to
		
	 
	their learning conditions.
	
	their physical conditions.
	
	their economical conditions.
	 
	their social and cultural surroundings and condition.
	
	their psychological conditions
		
	
	
	 9a Questão (Ref.: 201301274375)
	Pontos: 1,0  / 1,0
	Language learners engaged in computer-mediated contact with others¿for example, in chat rooms where writing becomes speaking¿tend to produce more language than in ---------------.
		
	
	public schools
	
	in private lessons
	 
	in face-to-face discussions.
	
	in large groups
	
	in language institutes
		
	
	
	 10a Questão (Ref.: 201301640383)
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	Pedro Miranda is a very diligent young teacher. He has been teaching English for two years and uses institutionalized English language learning based on culture-specific prescriptive norms. You can say
		
	 
	he is right because students must recognize from the beginning of their studies  there is a superior culture than theirs.
	 
	he is wrong because that may result in establishing them as auxiliary members of the culture they  teach, something not in harmony with their own self-image.
	
	He is right because he has to follow procedures which are institutionalized.
	
	he is wrong because he should not consider cultural aspects as parts of his lessons.
	
	he is right because he has to present to his students pieces of information which make part of his beliefs system
		 Gabarito Comentado.
	1a Questão (Ref.: 201301275842)
	
	In language teaching, the teachers use different methods depending on the goals and objectives of the course. Taking into consideration the students' needs, a variety of materials are used for different purposes in the language classroom. Besides their linguistic and pedagogic value, most of these materials have semiotic value. Discuss symbols presented in different methods
		
	
Sua Resposta: vc
	
Compare com a sua resposta: EX: the British flag and London clock tower symbolize the British Society in general. The double-decker buses practised in dialogues in several methods help the language learner to get to know more about the social and cultural cues in the target language. Such symbols also fasten the cultural acquisition of the foreign language learner. Others examples may be given
		
	
	
	 2a Questão (Ref.: 201301220714)
	
	What's the difference between learning styles and language learning strategies?
		
	
Sua Resposta: gd
	
Compare com a sua resposta: Learning styles are general approaches to learning a subject (for example, one can favour a more analytical or global style, or be considered to be a visual or auditory learner). On the other hand, language learning strategies are specific actions taken to facilitate the learning process.
		
	
	
	 3a Questão (Ref.: 201301274380)
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	Social software tools challenge the language teacher/technologist to examine critically the current pedagogical practices for language teaching. Social software, by its very nature, is about creating
		
	
	groups of teachers interested in technology
	 
	communities and connections.
	
	pages on the internet,
	 
	technological tools
	
	profitable hardware
		
	
	
	 4a Questão (Ref.: 201301640318)
	Pontos: 1,0  / 1,0
	Sara uses the collaborative model of teacher development and that implies that her students
		
	
	decide which contents to include in the curriculum
	
	only perform tasks in the classroom
	 
	need to own responsibility for the learning processes and outcomes.
	
	rely on her decisions.
	
	design her courses
		 Gabarito Comentado.
	
	
	 5a Questão (Ref.: 201301275840)
	Pontos: 0,0  / 1,0