PTE reading Multiple choice questions answers 10

PTE reading Multiple choice questions answers 10

PTE reading Multiple choice questions answers 10

Read the text and answer the multiple choice question by selecting the correct response. Only one response is correct.

1.) In many ways, Britten’s most ambitious effort is the War Requiem of 1961, a flawed but still impressive work for chorus, soloists, and orchestra. It weaves together the traditional Latin Mass for the Dead with antiwar poems by Wilfrid Owen, a young officer killed in World War 1. The point of War Requiem is how the words of the liturgical text are reinterpreted and often rendered hollow by the realities of death in war. In this work, we see Britten’s prodigal inconsistencies on display. For all its problems, the War Requiem will probably survive as one of our time’s most impassioned indictments of war and its heroic myth.

Question: Which of the following most accurately summarizes the opinion of the author in the text.

a. He finds the weaving together of the Latin Mass and antiwar poems to be quite effective.

b. He is critical of Britten.

c. He admires the War Requiem of Britten but finds it far from perfect.

d. He questions whether Britten.


2. The approach to the methodology of learning and teaching has to be comprehensive, presenting all options in an explicit and transparent way, and avoiding advocacy or dogmatism. It has been our fundamental methodological principle that the methods to be employed in language learning, teaching and research are those considered to be most effective in reaching the objectives agreed in the light of the needs of the individual learners as well as the nature of the human and material resources which can be brought into play.

Question: What point is the writer making in this paragraph?

a. Motivation is worth more than intelligence in learning.

b. Language can be effectively learned through play.

c. There is no single best method for learning.

d. Teachers should regularly change their methods.


Answers

Question 1:- c. He admires the War Requiem of Britten but finds it far from perfect.

Question 2: c. There is no single best method for learning.


Read the text and answer the multiple choice question by selecting all the correct responses. More than one response is correct.

1.) It is possible to study the curriculum of an educational institution from a number of different perspectives. In the first instance, we can look at curriculum planning, that is at decision-making, in relation to identifying learners’ needs and purposes; establishing goals and objectives; selecting and grading content; organizing appropriate learning arrangements and learner groupings: selecting, adapting or developing appropriate materials. Learning tasks and assessment and evaluation tools. Alternatively, we can study the curriculum in action, as it were. This second perspective takes us into the classroom itself. Here, we can observe the teaching/learning process and study the ways in which the intentions of the curriculum planners, which were developed during the planning phase. Are put into action. Yet another perspective relates to assessment and evaluation. From this perspective, we would try and find out what students had learned and what they had failed to learn, in relation to what had been planned. In addition, we might want to find out if they had learned anything which had not been planned.

Question: Which of these ways of looking at an institution’s curriculum is outlined in the text?

a. Observing what happens during lessons.

b. evaluating the materials used.

c. analyzing the content of tests.

d. considering what is taken into account when preparing the curriculum.

e. comparing this curriculum with other choices that could have been made

f. reviewing actual learning compared to the curriculum.

g. assessing the effectiveness of teacher preparation for lessons.


2. Much has been written on the wooden sculptures of West Africa, especially Nigeria, which was pre-eminent in the art, for unlike other crafts, wood-carving has long been acknowledged in the West as an art form. Yet, compared with stone or bronze, wood is not a very durable material in tropical conditions and the oldest carvings may also have been destroyed by termites. When one is attacked in this way, no attempt is made to preserve it; a new one is made to replace it, for the creativity of making it is valued above the object per se. The finest sculptures were made for religious or ceremonial purposes, and the art of creation was itself a religious act.

Question: What has led to there being no very old wood carvings in West Africa?

a. the nature of the climate there.

b. Western collectors.

c. the fact that other materials were used previously.

d. destruction of the carvings because of religion.

e. problems caused by insects.


Answers

Question 1:- a. Observing what happens during lessons.

d. considering what is taken into account when preparing the curriculum.

f. reviewing actual learning compared to the curriculum.

Question 2:  a. the nature of the climate there.

e. problems caused by insects.


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