1 out of 10
What language teaching method is connected to the psychological theory of Behaviourism?
2 out of 10
What method does this definition refer to: "Using the medium of a foreign language to teach a subject such as geography, natural science or history"?
3 out of 10
What is the name of the group of methods based on the idea that the whole social and emotional human being, and not just the mind, should be engaged in learning a language?
4 out of 10
Read this definition by Ellis (2009): The primary focus should be on meaning There should be some kind of “gap” Learners should largely have to rely on their own resources to complete the activity There is a clearly defined outcome other than the use of language What concept does this definition refer to?
5 out of 10
Who is the scholar associated with the World Englishes theory?
6 out of 10
To what concept in language assessment does the definition refer? "all-encompassing term which is related to questions about what the test is actually assessing"
7 out of 10
Which theory of learning focuses essentially on the external observable learning behaviours visible in learners?
8 out of 10
Based on Instructed Second Language Acquisition, what elements are necessary for acquisition to happen? Tick all the correct answers.
9 out of 10
What is the definition of "design" in the context of language teaching?
10 out of 10
When was the CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) first published?