Remedial Teaching

1. Which one of the following is not a strategy of remedial teaching?
(1) Advance learning strategy
(2) Action research
(3) Mastery learning strategy
(4) Branching programme
2. When students find it difficult to
use and understand different
tenses, what will be the
remediation for them?
(1) Learn at home
(2) Frame sentences on different
tenses on their own
(3) Learn the tense table by heart
(4) To be given sufficient practice in
using tenses in a set of exercises
3. Remedial teaching is not …………
(1) re-teaching
(2) motivating
(3) given after diagnostic test
(4) Both 2 and 3
4. The main objective of remedial
teaching in English language is
……… .
(1) to develop good habits in pupils
(2) to solve educational difficulties and
flaws
(3) to remove pupils’ weaknesses
(4) None of the above
CHAPTER EXERCISE
5. Which of the following is the
base of remedial teaching?
(1) Self examination test
(2) Textbook test
(3) Diagnostic test
(4) Aptitude test
6. The success of remedial
teaching depends on …….. .
(1) the knowledge of rules of the
language
(2) materials of remedial teaching
(3) time devoted to solve the
problem
(4) the identification of causes of the
problems
7. The correct order for the
process of remedial teaching
should be
A. adapting the curriculum
B. organising teaching materials
C. setting teaching objectives
D. collecting and preparing the
support materials
E. choosing the appropriate
teaching strategies
(1) C, A, B, E, D
(2) E, D, A, B, C
(3) A, B, C, D, E
(4) B, D, A, C, E
8. Mistakes in language learning
should be
(1) taken seriously
(2) eliminated as early as possible
(3) ignored
(4) discussed with parents
9. A remedial teacher must
cooperate with ……….. to seek
for professional support with a
view to helping pupils solve
their problems.
(1) related professionals
(2) strict tutors
(3) english experts
(4) related book writers
10. Effective factors in motivation
are linked to pupils …………. .
(1) own perceptions of their ability
(2) survival and safety needs
(3) understanding successes and
failures
(4) ability to complete a language task
11. Vimal is in the habit of speaking
the word ‘John’ like ‘Jo-hn’.
What will you do?
(1) Nothing, because he belongs to
rural belt, we can’t improve him
(2) It’s heredity, as per Dalton’s
experiment
(3) He is not an intelligent boy
(4) You will arrange remedial class for
him
12. What kind of work is remedial
teaching?
(1) Instructional (2) Negative
(3) Imperative (4) Theoretical
13. Remedial teaching as part of
formative assessment means
[CTET Jun 2011]
(1) diagnosing and addressing gaps in
learning
(2) teaching beyond the textbooks
(3) extra coaching by parents
(4) teaching for gifted students
14. Teachers can remediate for the
student with language learning
difficulty by [CTET Jun 2011]
(1) focusing on individual progress with
individualized instruction.
(2) providing notes that are summarized
and simplified.
(3) initially, giving information for reading
only
(4) conduct extra classes for the
students to ‘catch up’ with others.
15. Providing learning support to
pupils who lag far behind their
counterparts in school
performance includes
[CTET Jun 2014]
(1) giving more activities for language
practice
(2) providing extra notes and coaching
(3) allowing them to complete
assignments without time limits
(4) initially adapting school curricular
and teaching strategies to cover the
gaps
16. Slow learners fail to grasp
effectively and mix up words and
structures easily. Teachers can
remediate by beginning with
[CTET Sep 2014]
(1) setting drills for practice
(2) pairing them with ‘clever’ students
(3) identifying the areas of difficulty
(4) preparing a summary of the content
17. A diagnostic test in English will
help the language teacher to
identify [CTET Feb 2016]
(1) intelligent learners in her class
(2) slow learners in her class
(3) learning difficulties the learner faces
in English
(4) the topic which the learner has not
learnt by heart
18. A test which is administered at
the end of a language course for
remedial teaching is
[CTET Feb 2018]
(1) memory test
(2) diagnostic test
(3) placement test
(4) achievement test
19. Shoaib used a reading passage to
teach past perfect tense. He gave
examples, explained the rules to
students and practiced the
structures. Students are still not
doing well on practice activities.
Suggestions for Shoaib are
provided below. Choose the one
that does not fit. [CTET Jan 2022]
(1) Communicate better with students
and help them practicse often.
(2) Motivate students and provide short
explanations addressing learner’s
level of knowledge.
(3) Bring audio-recordings to class and
ask them to listen to it repeatedly.
(4) Employ choral drills to teach
grammar.
20. Remedial teaching is meant to
(1) improve the learner’s learning.
(2) improve both the learner’s learning
and teachers’s teaching.
(3) improve the performance of the
learners in the test.
(4) improve the class performance

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