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209213 FGV (2013) - SEDUC-SP - Professor - Língua Inglesa / Inglês

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The following statements reflect some interesting observations the author makes:



I. Non?native English speakers tend to find interaction with other non?natives less difficult than carrying out conversational exchanges with natives.

II. Native English speakers have a lot to gain if they practice ways in which they may communicate more easily with non-native speakers.

III. Native speakers of English are always ready to put up with mistakes in grammar and pronunciation that non?natives may make. Choose the correct answer:

  • a)
    Only I is correct.
  • b)
    Only II is correct.
  • c)
    Only III is correct.
  • d)
    Both I and II are correct.
  • e)
    Both II and III are correct.

209219 FGV (2013) - SEDUC-SP - Professor - Língua Inglesa / Inglês

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According to Text III, it is assumed that reflective practice demands some decisions which include

  • a)
    a teacher?centered approach to teaching.
  • b)
    too much experience and competence.
  • c)
    exclusive focus on the social context.
  • d)
    an assessment of current practices.
  • e)
    the design of new methodologies.

209220 FGV (2013) - SEDUC-SP - Professor - Língua Inglesa / Inglês

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As regards the conclusion the author arrives at, analyse the assertions below.



I. Adopting reflective teaching skilfully is quite useless.

II. In sum, practicing reflective teaching is not easy.

III. After all, reflective teaching will remain an impossible utopia.



Choose the correct answer.

  • a)
    Only I is correct.
  • b)
    Only II is correct.
  • c)
    Only III is correct.
  • d)
    Both I and II are correct.
  • e)
    All three assertions are correct.

209221 FGV (2013) - SEDUC-SP - Professor - Língua Inglesa / Inglês

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Amid in “ has been achieved amid the profusion“ (lines 16 and 17) has the same meaning as

  • a)
    in front of.
  • b)
    between.
  • c)
    among.
  • d)
    after.
  • e)
    under.

209222 FGV (2013) - SEDUC-SP - Professor - Língua Inglesa / Inglês

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In the sentence “ would?be practitioners may also find it testing“ (line 36), the author means they may find it

  • a)
    tempting.
  • b)
    thrilling.
  • c)
    thriving.
  • d)
    telling.
  • e)
    trying.

220772 FGV (2013) - SEDUC-SP - Professor - Língua Inglesa / Inglês

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In the first paragraph, the author makes clear to the reader that

  • a)
    students should practice pronunciation and grammar repeatedly.
  • b)
    the rhythm and stress of the language must be produced correctly.
  • c)
    it is very hard to distinguish between a native and a non? native speaker.
  • d)
    communication should be the main goal when teaching a foreign language.
  • e)
    most non?native speakers are more fluent and competent than native speakers.

220773 FGV (2013) - SEDUC-SP - Professor - Língua Inglesa / Inglês

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Observe the sentence “ in the last two decades according to the changing student population“ (lines 2 and 3). Here the word “ changing“ is a(n)

  • a)
    conjunction.
  • b)
    adjective.
  • c)
    adverb.
  • d)
    noun.
  • e)
    verb.

220774 FGV (2013) - SEDUC-SP - Professor - Língua Inglesa / Inglês

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According to the text, “ For younger children, development of sound and pattern recognition, linguistic curiosity and playfulness … are all presented as advantages of early exposure to foreign languages“ (lines 47?51). Indicate the alternative which best describes the method which is in line with this statement (based on Jalil and Procailo, 2009, in http://www.pucpr.br/eventos/educere/educere2009/anais/pdf/2044_2145.pdf\):

  • a)
    Games and speech performances are used so that students learn not only what to say but how to do it.
  • b)
    Reading is privileged but it goes hand in hand with the acquisition of vocabulary and speech.
  • c)
    The rules are explained to the students, who then master them through grammar exercises.
  • d)
    The study concentrates on translating literary texts to allow full reading of texts in English.
  • e)
    Language skills are acquired by means of a mechanical process of response and stimulus.

220779 FGV (2013) - SEDUC-SP - Professor - Língua Inglesa / Inglês

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The main objective of this paper is to present

  • a)
    theoretical considerations.
  • b)
    materials for classroom use.
  • c)
    useful examples for students.
  • d)
    empirical results from research.
  • e)
    reasons for undertaking the practice.

220780 FGV (2013) - SEDUC-SP - Professor - Língua Inglesa / Inglês

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Linda Finlay states that “ In general, reflective practice is understood as the process of learning through and from experience towards gaining new insights of self and/or practice“ (lines 17?20). This quote reflects one of the competences expected from foreign language teachers in Brazil. Indicate the alternative that paraphrases this competence.

  • a)
    Mastering a foreign language will provide students more job opportunities.
  • b)
    Interpreting the world critically will depend on the types of texts used in class.
  • c)
    Realizing that one’s professional performance must always be put under self?scrutiny.
  • d)
    Comparing themes and worldviews as expressed in different texts should allow students to have a critical posture.
  • e)
    Reflecting about linguistic and cultural plurality as a means for enriching the building of citizens should be pursued.