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20 Soal UP PPG Bahasa Materi Pedagogik + Jawaban Terbaru 2023

20 Soal UP PPG Bahasa Materi Pedagogik Terbaru 2023


20 Soal UP PPG Bahasa Materi Pedagogik

Peningkatan profesionalitas guru merupakan salah satu aspek penting dalam mengukur keberhasilan sistem pendidikan. Untuk mendorong guru menjadi profesional, pemerintah melalui Direktorat Jenderal Guru dan Tenaga Kependidikan (GTK), Kementerian Pendidikan dan Kebudayaan (Kemendikbud) telah melakukan berbagai upaya. Dalam artikel ini, kami menyajikan beberapa contoh soal dan pembahasan UP PPG Profesional Bahasa Inggris yang diharapkan dapat membantu guru dalam meningkatkan kemampuan dan profesionalitas mereka.

1.    Rina is solitary type of a student. The most suitable learning source for the teacher to facilitate Rina in reading comprehension would be….

A.    pictured workbooks

B.     E-learning modules

C.     reading passages

D.    worksheet


2.    A teacher who wants to have distance learning involving not only spoken but also pictographic images which enable them to have face-to face idea exchanges can most appropriately utilize….

A.    Skype

B.     short message services

C.     multimedia language laboratory

D.    teleconference


3.   Mrs. Nastiti is about to activate students’ formal schemata of lexical items used in a report text. For the purpose, she can involve her students…

A.    to identify words in jumbled letters

B.     to label pictures with appropriate words

C.     to guess word meanings from the context

D.    to find the meaning of words in dictionary


4.    To cater for the learning style of his students who are field independent, when teaching reading, Mr. Hanafi will require his students to ……

A.    follow in depth ideas in each paragraph

B.     identify the main points of passages

C.     imply the meaning in passages

D.    retell details of all paragraphs


5.    Learning a new topic can be challenging for students. To motivate them to learn with enthusiasm, a teacher may use empathetic communication strategy by….

A.    telling the class that all beginning is difficult

B.     informing the class to always be motivated

C.     explaining the disadvantage of not learning the topic

D.    stating that the topic is interesting and they will like it


6.     A student was texting Ms. Cruella as follows: “Excuse me, Mam. When can you meet me to discuss my report? I have a question to ask. Thank you” How should Ms. Cruella have responded to her student by texting back not to make her embarrassed?

A.    “What about tomorrow? But, should I see you or should you see me?”

B.     “Who do you think you are? I am your teacher. You must see me.”

C.     “Is your language polite enough, Sandra? Check your English.”

D.    “Sandra, be polite please, can’t you? Should I meet you?”


7.    What follows are NOT among the principles of assessment:

A.    Accountable, meaningful, systematic, fair, and criterion-based

B.     Objective, accountable, systematic, fair, and meaningful

C.     Ongoing, integrated, systematic, fair, and accountable

D.    Judgemental, valid, objective, fair, and accountable


8.    Based on the indicator that follows: ―Given three brief paragraphs of different themes on which every second half of every 2nd word is mutilated, students fill in the blank spaces in the mutilated words of the paragraphs correctly, the most appropriate scoring scheme relevant to the assessment procedure is….

A.    scoring with a penalty

B.     dichotomous scoring

C.     primary-trait scoring

D.    polytomous scoring


9.    The problem in Mr. Andi’s class is the students tend to compete excessively in reading class. They don’t have much experience in working together in task groups. She believes that they need to have more opportunities to work together to change as their attitudes in competing leads to an unhealthy class atmosphere. To solve the problem, she designs an innovative instructional strategy through classroom action research.

The steps of which will need to have the elements of…

A.    KWLH

B.     SQ3R

C.     jigsaw

D.    click and clunk


10.    Observations by a collaborator during the conduct of classroom action research are mainly focused on....

A.    both the teacher‘s teaching and more importantly students ‘learning behavior

B.     detailed descriptions of class progress from minute to minute

C.     class atmosphere during the implementation of the strategy

D.    student-student and teacher-student class interactions


11.  Which of the following statements about children are correct?

a.       Children are passive recipients of knowledge.

b.      Children are problem solvers.

c.       Children are scientific investigators.

d.      Children are active explorers of the environment.

A.    a, b and d

B.     b, c and d

C.     a, b, c and d

D.    a, b and c


12.  Which of the following is the most effective method to encourage conceptual development in students?

A.    New concepts need to be understood on their own without any reference to the old ones.

B.     Replace the students’ incorrect ideas with correct ones by asking them to memorize.

C.     Give students multiple examples and encourage them to use reasoning.

D.    Use punishment till students have made the required conceptual changes.


13.  Primary school children will learn most effectively in an atmosphere:

A.    where their emotional needs are met and they feel that they are valued

B.     where the teacher is authoritative and clearly dictates what should be done

C.     where the focus and stress are only on mastering primarily cognitive skills of reading, writing and mathematics

D.    where the teacher leads all the learning and expects students to play a passive role

14.  A child sees a crow flying past the window and says, “A bird.” What does this suggest about the child’s thinking?

a.    The child has previously stored memories.

b.    The child has developed the concept of a ‘bird’.

c.    The child has developed some tools of language to communicate her experience.

A.    a and b

B.     b and c

C.     a, b and c

D.    Only b


15.  What should a teacher tell her students to encourage them to do tasks with intrinsic motivation?

A.    “Come on, finish it before she does.”

B.     “Why can’t you be like him? See, he has done it perfectly.”

C.     “Complete the task fast and get a toffee.”

D.    “Try to do it, you will learn.”


16.  How can a teacher encourage her students to be intrinsically motivated towards learning for the sake of learning?

A.    By inducing anxiety and fear

B.     By giving competitive tests

C.     By supporting them in setting individual goals and their mastery

D.    By offering tangible rewards such as toffees


17.  In an elementary classroom, an effective teacher should aim at the students to be motivated:

A.    to learn so that they become curious and love learning for its own sake

B.     to rate memorize so that they become good at recall

C.     by using punitive measures so that they respect the teacher

D.    to perform so that they get good marks in the end of the year examination


18.  Which of the following is an example of effective school practice?

A.    Constant comparative evaluation

B.     Corporal punishment

C.     Individualized learning

D.    Competitive classroom


19.  The cephalocaudal principle of development explains how development proceeds from:

A.    general to specific functions

B.     differentiated to integrated functions

C.     head to toe

D.    rural to urban areas


20.  Which of the following is a sensitive period pertaining to language development?

A.    Prenatal period

B.     Middle childhood period

C.     Adulthood

D.    Early childhood period

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