• 1. Materials should take into account that the positive effects of instruction are usually advanced.
A) True
B) False
  • 2. It provides teaching points like those in the text book
A) Skill book
B) Textbook
C) None of these
D) Work Test
E) Multi media
  • 3. Ims can define the goals of the syllabus, and the _____ of the teachers and learners within instructional process.
A) Works
B) Functions
C) Jobs
D) None of these
E) Roles
  • 4. Explain the scope and the sequence of the lessons.
A) None of These
B) Teachers Guide
C) Reference book
D) Textbook
E) Work text
  • 5. It develops independent study through self paced instruction.
A) None of These
B) Workbook
C) Textbook
D) Multimedia
E) Module
  • 6. Instructional materials must be connected with _______________?
A) The level of students
B) The course guide
C) None of These
D) The teaching technique
E) Curriculum
  • 7. Also includes interactive courseware on various topics.
A) Reference book
B) None of these
C) Multimedia Instructional Materials
D) Module
E) Work text
  • 8. Ims give teachers more ______ to make the best use of their time and skills to do more real teaching.
A) Guide
B) Chance
C) Time
D) Opportunity
  • 9. One of the roles of IMs according to Cunningsworth is.
A) As a learning support
B) Reference source for learners on grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation, etc.
C) For reference
D) As a source of language.
  • 10. Materials shouldn't expose the learners to language in authentic used.
A) False
B) True
  • 11. it is usually accompanies the textbook
A) reference book
B) teacher's book
C) skill book
D) None of These
E) work test
  • 12. The common examples of these instructional materials are encyclopedias, dictionaries, atlas and manuals, etc.
A) Self Learning kit
B) Reference book
C) none of these
D) Multimedia
E) work book
  • 13. Materials should take into account that learners different learning styles
A) True
B) False
  • 14. it contains detailed rationale for textbook
A) None of These
B) work test
C) skill book
D) reference book
E) teachers book
  • 15. it provides guidance in planning the lessons from materials to suggested activities
A) module
B) teachers manual
C) workbook
D) textbook
E) none of these
  • 16. materials should rely too much on controlled practiced
A) false
B) true
  • 17. materials should permit a silent period at the beginning of the instruction
A) False
B) True
  • 18. Materials should take into account that the -------- of instruction are usually advanced.
A) positive effects
B) great impact
C) effects
D) positive impact
E) great effects
  • 19. materials should provide the learners with the opportunities to use the target language to achieve the ____________.
A) opportunities
B) effective attitudes
C) linguistic competence
D) communicative competence
E) confidence
  • 20. materials shouldn't help learners to develop confidence
A) false
B) true
  • 21. materials should maximize learning potential by encouraging ________,_________, and __________ involves which stimulates both right and left brain activities
A) emotional, intellectual and aesthetic
B) teacher, learners and writers
C) physical, psychological and social
D) opportunities, provision and adaptation
E) intellectual, aesthetic and emotional
  • 22. materials should achieve negative impact
A) false
B) true
  • 23. what is being taught should be perceived by learners as relevant and ______.
A) useful
B) important
C) useless
D) itself
  • 24. materials shouldn't take into account that learners different affective attitude
A) true
B) false
  • 25. the learners attention should be drawn to _____________ of the input
A) linguistic competence
B) sociolinguistic features
C) linguistic features
D) communicative competence
  • 26. it is the main reference for the entire course and usually chosen by the school
A) skill book
B) work test
C) module
D) text book
E) work book
  • 27. provides exercises and drills on specific skills listening, speaking, reading and writing.
A) work book
B) text book
C) reference book
D) work test
  • 28. combines the features of textbooks and workbooks and it provides teaching points like those in the textbook.
A) text book
B) skill book
C) none of these
D) reference book
E) work test
  • 29. it contains post-test, pre-test, lesson input, exercise, and drills - provisions for self spaced learning.
A) text book
B) work test
C) module and self-learning kit
D) work book
E) skill book
  • 30. it generally serves as the basis for much of the language input learners receive and the language practice the occurs in the ________
A) none of these
B) classroom
C) syllabus
D) curriculum
E) instructional materials
  • 31. one of the roles of instructional materials is to support more experienced teachers who have gain so much confidence in the language
A) correct
B) false
C) true
D) incorrect
  • 32. instructional materials is the source for presentation in research proposal
A) false
B) incorrect
C) true
D) correct
  • 33. integrating text with local culture will lessen the ________ and help students to read better.
A) unfamiliarity
B) activity
C) development
D) difficulty
E) gap
  • 34. a materials development refers to anything which is done by _____, ______ or ____ to provide source of language input, in ways which maximize the likelihood of intake
A) teachers, learners or writers
B) none of these
C) learners, teachers or writers
D) writers, teachers or learners
E) senator, president or vice mayor
  • 35. teachers produce materials play an important role in enbreging the gap between the _______
A) school
B) classroom
C) curriculum
D) environment
  • 36. materials should not rely to much on controlled practiced
A) True
B) false
  • 37. (Nunan 1991) Materials development is basically dealing with ______, adaptation and creation in teaching materials
A) creation
B) provision
C) selection
D) none of these
E) option
  • 38. based your materials in their situations.
A) Adapt well proven effective instructional materials
B) Create contextualize materials
C) none of these
D) Think smart and practical
E) Know your students well
  • 39. Learners must be ready to acquire the _____ being taught.
A) answer
B) points
C) language
D) idea
E) vocabulary
  • 40. source of activities for learners practiced and __________.
A) Communicative competence
B) Communicative interaction
C) linguistic features
D) linguistic competence
E) managable
  • 41. it is operationally defined as especially designed classroom tools which contain instruction to learners and teachers
B) Grammar
C) Language
D) Communication
  • 42. IMS can provide a detailed specification of content, even in the absence of the ________
A) students
B) interaction
C) teachers
D) syllabus
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