Soal UP UKM PPG 2019 Paket 1 (Kompetensi Profesional)


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SOAL UP UKMPPG 2019 BAHASA INGGRIS PAKET 1 (Profesional)

1. What is the appropiate instrument to assess the students’ English competence in the use of
vocabulary?
a. Provision of cloze procedure. c. Provision of perfomances.
b. Use of project.                        d. Use of passages.
 
2. Pay attention to the following text!
In 1900 three stangers met at a crossroad of research. Each, without knowledge of the other
two, had worked out the rules that govern inheritance of physical characteristics by living
things. The three were Hugo de Vries of Holland, Carl Correns of Germany and Erich Tschermak
of Austria-Hungary.
Each made ready to announce his discovery to the world. In preparation, each looked through
previous issues of various scientific journal, to check earlier work in the field. Each, to his
astonishment, found an amazing paper by someone named Gregor Johann Mendel in a 35 years
old copy of an obscure publication. Mendel, in 1865, had observed all the penomena that
the three scientists were preparing to report in 1900
.
Each made the same decision. With the honesty that is one of the glories of scientific history,
each abandoned his own claims and failed attention to Mendel’s discovery. Each man advanced
his own work only as verification.
What is the main idea of paragraph 2 of the passage?
a. The three scientists found the same phenomena discovered previously by Mendel.
b. Based on various academic sources, the three scientists revealed Mendel’s phenomena.
c. The three scientists cooperated in search of the secret behind Mendel’s phenomena.
d. An amazing academic paper written early by Mendel surprised the three scientists.
 
3. Pay attention to the following text!
In 1900 three stangers met at a crossroad of research. Each, without knowledge of the other
two, had worked out the rules that govern inheritance of physical characteristics by living
things. The three were Hugo de Vries of Holland, Carl Correns of Germany and Erich Tschermak
of Austria-Hungary.
Each made ready to announce his discovery to the world. In preparation, each looked through
previous issues of various scientific journal, to check earlier work in the field. Each, to his
astonishment, found an amazing paper by someone named Gregor Johann Mendel in a 35 years
old copy of an obscure publication. Mendel, in 1865, had observed all the penomena that the
three scientists were preparing to report in 1900.
Each made the same decision. With the honesty that is one of the glories of scientific history,
each abandoned his own claims and failed attention to Mendel’s discovery. Each man advanced
his own work only as verification.
What is the moral value of the story?
a. No matter where and when it is, honesty is true.
b. Something true is right to everyone across time and places.
c. We do not create truth, it is there and we confirm its existence.
d. United we stand strong; devided we fall.

4. Instructional objectives should link to ....
a. predetermined core competences   c. school syllabus
b. content of curriculum                    d. predetermined basic comptences and indicators

5. Consider the following description of a student’s attitude in a school report!
“Salsabila is considered polite, fairly concerned with others and self confident. Honesty
responsibility, and disipline are relatively improved.”
What grade will the student have?
a. Fair.                                              c. Poor
b. Good.                                          d. Excellent

6. A student does not understand what to do in a spoken task.
What can the teacher do to overcome the situation?
a. Asking the student to be more attensive.
b. Using the local language for the instruction.
c. Repeating the instruction more.
d. Telling the other students to help understand the instruction.

7. Consider the following statement!
“A teacher will assess the students knowledge by giving a descriptive text about a person with
six missing words”.
How should the teacher formulate the indicator?
a. Given a descriptive text of a person, the students are able to fill in the blank spaces with
the correct six forms of words.
b. Given a descritiptive text of a person with three missing adjectives and three missing
verbs, the students are able to fill in the blank spaces with the correct form of words.
c. The students are able to write the correct forms of words in the blank spaces of the
descriptive text about a person.
d. The students are able to spell the correct forms of verbs in the blank spaces of the
descriptive text about a person.

8. What should a teacher do to cope with learners in class with homogenious social behavior?
a. Engaging the learners to work in pairs.
b. Asking the learners to conduct self study.
c. Asking the learners to work outside the class.
d. Engaging the learners to work individually.

9. Pay attention to the following text!
Technology continues to changes the way students learn and engage with their peers, parents
and community. That is why Emily Howell, an assistant professor in Iowa State University’s
School of Education, is working with teachers to develop new ways to incorporate digital
tools in the classroom
, including playing games such as Pokémon GO.
The facts of Howell’s work is two-fold-to give students equitable access to technology and help
them build multimodal communication skills. That means not only using technology to
consume information or replace traditional classroom tools, but experimenting with new forms
of communication, she said. Instead of having students read a book on a tablet or use the
computer to type an assignment, they need to learn how to create and upload videos or
build graphics and maps to convey their message
.
The learning environment to be made described in the passage is advanced in that ....
a. Students use technology to access information and create products to be shared in the
internet
b. The project involves a number of experts in digital technology and classroom teachers of
various subjects
c. The experiment used to create it involves digital technologies which make student active
in learning
d. Techonology becomes the core on which internet-based learning experiences are
created for students to learn
 
10. Pay attention to the following text!
Technology continues to changes the way students learn and engage with their peers, parents
and community. That is why Emily Howell, an assistant professor in Iowa State University’s
School of Education, is working with teachers to develop new ways to incorporate digital
tools in the classroom, including playing games such as Pokémon GO.
The facts of Howell’s work is two-fold-to give students equitable access to technology and help
them build multimodal communication skills. That means not only using technology to
consume information or replace traditional classroom tools, but experimenting with new forms
of communication, she said. Instead of having students read a book on a tablet or use the
computer to type an assignment, they need to learn how to create and upload videos or build
graphics and maps to convey their message.
What is the topic of the passage above?
a. A model of learning involving multimedia to enhance language skills.
b. Using digital learning media to enable students to communicate well.
c. Developing digital media to build students’ communication skills.
d. How Pokémon Go can improve students’ communication skills.

11. A teacher challenges the students to describe the life of a bee.
Learning experiences that enrich students to get information and are suitable for the purposes
would be ....
a. notetaking on video, drafting, and reporting
b. jigsaw based tasks, discussions, and pictures
c. hotspot observations, youtube, and laboratory interview
d. worksheets, reading newspaper, and conference

12. Which best rephrases the underlines part of the sentence that follows?
In addition to having more authenticity than communicative language teaching methodology
does, authenticity in contextual teaching and learning (CTL) is stronger load than that in
communicative language teaching methodology. With more of the elements of contents
essential to the human real-life communication
a. CTL has authenticity of stronegr load than that in (CLT)
b. CTL has a authenticity stronger in load than (CLT)
c. CTL authenticity is stronger in load than it is in (CLT)
d. The authenticity in CTL is stronger in load than that in (CLT)
 
13. What is meant by this: “Assessment in the classroom is assessment for learning.”?
a. Information we get from assessment is used to facilitate students’ further learning.
b. The main objective of assessment is to identify students’ progress learning.
c. Assessment of students’ learning must be comprehensive and conducive.
d. Teaching and assessment are important in language learning.
 
14. Consider the following data:
“Based on the result of analysis for KD 3, the availability of facilities scores 90, the materials
complexity scores 70, and the intake is 60.”
What is the minimum passing grade for the English subject?
a. 80.                                 c. 75.
b. 83.                                 D. 73.

15. Pay attention to the following text!
School at present still rely on standardized testing procedures because they have only one
correct response, such as multiple-choice or true-false questions, and because they are easily
administered and scored using objective criteria. ETS, the largest private educational testing
and measurement organization in the world, states that standardized test povide fair, valid and
reliable assessment that produce meaningful results and can eliminate bias and prevent unfair
advantagesby testing the same or similar information under the same testing conditions.
A substantial move in testing is evedent however. Authentic assessments directly examine
student perpormance on worthy intellectual tasks, present the student with tasks found in the
best instructional activities and real life and determine whether the student can craft polished ,
thorough and justifable answers, performances or products. The most common authentic
assessment procedures involve the students performing tasks and the teacher using rubrics to
establish scores based on how well the final demonstrations match the criterion.
Based on the passage, the terms of assessment kits in authentic assessment, teachers need to ....
a. align assessment practices to teaching                   c. develop real-life tasks and scoring rubrics
b. examine students’ critical thinking skills              d. use not only tests but also non test tools
 
16. Pay attention to the following text!
School at present still rely on standardized testing procedures because they have only one
correct response, such as multiple-choice or true-false questions, and because they are easily
administered and scored using objective criteria. ETS, the largest private educational testing
and measurement organization in the world, states that standardized test povide fair, valid and
reliable assessment that produce meaningful results and can eliminate bias and prevent unfair
advantages by testing the same or similar information under the same testing conditions.
A substantial move in testing is evedent however. Authentic assessments directly examine
student perpormance on worthy intellectual tasks, present the student with tasks found in the
best instructional activities and real life and determine whether the student can craft polished,
thorough and justifable answers, performances or products. The most common authentic
assessment procedures involve the students performing tasks and the teacher using rubrics to
establish scores based on how well the final demonstrations match the criterion.
The underlined word they in paragraph 1 refers to ....
a. procedures                                    c. schoools
b. criteria                                         d. questions
 
17. Pay attention to the following text!
She was not perfect for sometimes her passion in teaching was too intense. But one thing we
always knew was that she wanted to inculcate a love of words and language to all of us, and to
make us better, caring people. She, of course, was an English teacher in my 10th grade. During
my year with her, the girls began to write poetry because of her direction and encouragement
and at the end of the year we published a journal of our writing. I would like to give you an
example of her teahing method: One day she wrote on the board, “Eschew Obfuscation”. Then
she spoke about the importance of writing well and intelligently but without losing sight of our
readers. For those of you who might not be familiar with those words, it means “avoid
confusion.’
What the passage about?
a. My idol teacher.                                               c. My ideal teacher.
b. The styles of my idol.                                     d. The teaching style of my teacher.

18. A learner is proficiently competent at conversations and class discussions.
What is her/his level of proficiency?
a. Beginner.                          d. Advanced.
b. Intermediate.                    e. Post intermediate.

19. To access students’ ability to read a passage, a teacher sets up 15 questions. Five questions on
topic identification, 7 questions on specific information, 3 questions on inference
Which of the following indicates students’ students mastery on reading if the cut-off score for
mastery is set up at 80% overall?
a. One correct answers on the topic identification, nine on specific information, and 1 on
inference.
b. Two correct answers on topic identification, 6 on specific information, and 3 on
inference.
c. Three correct answers on topic identification, 7 on specific information, and 2 on
inference.
d. Four correct answers on topic identification, 6 on specific information, and 1 on
inference.

22. Pay attention to the following text!
There is a long-running debate on the benefits of homework. The purpose of homework is to
bridge the gap between children’s learning at school and at home, but just how relevant is it to
the modern generation? Homework sets children up to manage their time and plan out study
schedules, which are very useful skills to have when they enter senior high school years,
tertiary study and eventually the workforce. Homework, also allows teachers to track students’
progress, meaning that they can spot when a child is struggling with content or falling behind
the rest of the cohort. It also helps improving the memory. However, homework eats up the
valuable time kids have to spend with their family, attend extracurricular activities, and catch
up with friends. Also, although teacher work hard to set homework tasks that will engage
students, it sometimes difficult to see the value in the assignments.
The passage mainly deals with ...
a. several pluses and minuses of homework.
b. endless controversies over roles of homework.
c. gains and loses in learning subjects with homework.
d. an argument for students to have homework.
 
23. Which one of the following aspects is not considered in setting up the minimum passing grade
in the englishh subjcet?
a. Nature of subject-matter. d. School culture.
b. Qualification of teachers. e. Quality of intakes.
 
24. Consider the following indicators:
“To analyze text structure and language features in order to identify the social function of
explanation text relevant to its contextual use.”
What learning activities should a teacher plan to achieve the competence?
a. Formulating a question as the starting point for the students to think over. Then, plan
procedural steps to answer the question. Next is analyze the data collection in groups.
After that, make conclusions based on the analyzed data. Finally, present the result in
class, and create a poster explaining the process of natural phenomena.
b. A predetermined text is distributed to individual students. Then, several students are
instructed to read aloud the text given. Next, individual students ask difficult vocabulary
to the teacher. Finally, the students write the answer of comprehension questions in
their worksheets.
c. First, reviewing previous materials is done prior to introducing a new topic. Then, the
new topic is explained by the teacher. Next, some questions about the text are addressed
to individual students to answer. After that, each question is discussed in class. At last,
the text is read aloud by whole class.
d. At first, a model is shown and explained to find out the social function, text structure and
linguistic teatures. Then, students answer comprehensions questions individually before
presenting the result in class. Finally, feedback is presented.

25. Consider the following instructional objective:
“At the end of English session, the students are able to write a piece of news on Eca Friendly
School correctly?
What will the students do?
a. Conduct a panel discussion. c. Read a newspaper.
b. Write a composition. d. Compose an individual news report.
 
26. Consider the following phenomenon:
“James is a type of student who likes to have physical movements to learn English”.
What learning activity is suitable for such a student?
a. Memorizing a transactional text.                c. Listening to a recording.
b. Observing a modelled drama.                    d. Simulating situational episodes.
 
27. Pay attention to the following text!
Mobile phones seem to be everywhere now and the devices are now in the hands of many kids
and teenagers. However, are they really necessary at schools? While this is great for those
techno geeks, it does mean they offer far more of a distraction to kids than they used to.
Nowadays, children cannot only text and make calls with their mobiles, they can also play
game, surf the internet and listen to music. All these could interfere with children’s
concentration to learn if they play with them in class. Also, many, even though they are asked to
do so, forget to turn off their phones during the lessons, meaning they may start to beep, or play
music. This not only frustates and annoys other pupils but also prevents them from learning.
Nonetheless, if the children are in immediatedanger, they can use their phones to call not only
you but the emergency services. This is of great benefit and could potentially save your child’s
life. In addition, it allows you to keep track of their whereabouts. Children, especially teenagers,
can be elusive and can disappear with their friends for hours without notifying anyone. Letting
them have a mobile phone will allow you to know where they are.
Due to thier smart features, mobile phone now enable kids to access a variety of features,
including ...
a. information, leisure, and education.                  c. games, music and texts.
b. printed, audio, and visual models.                     d. location, education, and amusement.
 
28. Most students in the class like acting activities with English.
To challenge them to describe the beauty of our country, suitable and creative learning
activities for them would be....
a. Providing a poetry, reciting the poetry, and acting it out in pairs
b. Observing video shows, writing a poetry, and class performance on the poetry
c. Reading a passage, creating a picture based on the passage, explaining the picture
created
d. Providing them with pictures, and then writing a descriptive text based on the picture.
 
29. Which best rephrases the underlined part of the sentence that follows?
In the years after he resigned from his top position in the faculty of letters. Mr. Sussex struggled
to polish his image for history more persistently than did any former dean.
a. More persistently compared to any former dean.
b. More persistently than any other former dean.
c. With more persistence than did any other former dean.
d. With a persistence unmatched by any former dean.
 
30. What instructional aid is recommended in the instructional process of learning english if
students belong to the analytic type of individual?
a. Flashcards.                                        c. Puzzles.
b. Global picture.                                 d. Cue cubes.
 
31. Pay attention to the following text!
I never thought that I would be teaching a class as a senior in high school. My teaching
experience has been incredible and I think I learned as much from the class as the students did.
There are some of many things I learned teaching an adult education class at a teacher collage.
When I was first offered the opportunity to teach an adult education class on teaching english
with technology, I thought it would be a great experience. I knew it would look good on my
resume. I knew that I would probably learn a lot. However, I did not realize how much fun it
would be. I never had to drag myself to class or felt like it was an appalling thing. Before I would
start class, especially for the first few times, I would get very nervous. But I began to really love
it and before long my anxiety about teaching went away.
To the author, teaching students is ...
a. frigthening                      c. difficult
b. entertaining.                   d. enjoying


33. When the district school delivered a policy prohibiting the use of any digitalized tool in the
classroom, learders of the teachers union (TU) persuaded Mary jane, a teacher of the school, to
demonstrate the benefits of using the tools in her classroom in order to assess the policy in
court. However, because Jane did not break the policy on her own initiative, she should
never been brought to trial.
Which of the following is an inference underlying the conclusion of the passage above?
a. Those committing crimes at others’ suggestion should not be held responsible for their
actions.
b. Rather than Jane, the TU leaders should have been responsible and brought to trial.
c. Groups like the TU should not encourage criminal activities as a means of testing
policies.
d. The school did not have the rigth to make the use of digitallized tools a crime.
 
34. To have a comprehensive assessment of students’ competence in writing a hortatory text
(thesis-argument-recommendation), teachers need to take into account students’ use of ....
a. issue, explanation, and recommendation
b. claim, reason, refutation, and recommendation
c. main issue, refutation, and suggestion
d. claim, discussion, and conclusion
 
35. Pay attention to the following text!
I thought that a one month TEFL course and the fact that I am a native speaker of English would
be enough to equip me to teach English. As I started to teach in Nepal, and later in India I slowly
learnt many lessons myself. The most important lesson I learnt was to be genuine and honest
with the students.
Teaching is not simply about entertaining the students, but guiding them honestly and directly
through the maze of learning ahead of them. As an English teacher we are imparting more than
just knowledge, we also impart wisdom. As we stand in front of a class day after day, the
children witness our behaviours both good and bad. The teacher has the task of showing them
how to learn effectively, and so the teacher must look to herself (I use this to mean both
genders) first and at the methods she employs indeveloping and prsenting both the lessons and
herself.
Upon the completion of a training mentioned in the passage, for teaching matters, the author
felt ....
a. frank                                        c. unskilled
b. adequate                                  d. organized
 
36. Pay attention to the following text!
Since the 1970s, one theory that has been popular among schoolteachers and pervasive in
education research literature is the ideas of “learning styles”. The ideas is that students will
learn more if they are exposed to material through approaches that specifically match their
learning style. But in recent years, many academicians have criticized Learning Style saying
there is no evidence it improves students understanding.
Now comes a newly published study of 114 academics in higher education in the United
Kingdom. Their findings are very interesting. It was found while 58 % of the academics
surveyed believe Learning Styles to be beneficial-only 33 % actually used the pedagogical tool.
Simply, there is something about the idea of individualized education that appeals, but actually
administering a Learning Styles questionnaire to students and then tailoring the class
curriculum to suit individual students’personal learning styles is only done by a handful of
faculty.
The main idea of paragraph 2 is ...
a. not many practice students’ learning styles in classroom.
b. the new research findings contradicted the previous ones.
c. the research findings were not as interesting as the apllication.
d. the idea of learning styles is good but it is hard to be realized.
 
37. What is meant by this: “Assessment in the classroom is assessment for learning”?
a. Information we get from assessment is used to facilitate students’ further learning.
b. The main objective of assessment is to identify students’ progress in learning.
c. Assessment of students’ learning must be comprehensive and conclusive.
d. Teaching and assessment are important in language learning.
 
38. As an English teacher in designing a lesson plan, what components are supposed to be part of
plan?
a. Identity, core and basic competence, indicators, learning objectives, relevant
instructional materials, method and media, learning sources, learning activities and
assessment.
b. Identity, name of subject amtter, competences, indicators, learning objectives,
insructional materials, method, learning sources, learning activities and assessment.
c. School identity, core topic, competences, indicators, learning objectives, instructional
material, method, learning sources, learning activities and assessment.
d. Class identity, name of subject matter, core topic, basic competences, indicators, learning
objectives, regular materials, materials for remedy and enrichment, and assessment.

39. Consider the following phenomenon:
“James is a type of student who likes to have physical movements to learn English”.
What learning activity is suitable for such a student?
a. Memorizing a transactional text.            c. Listening to a recording.
b. Observing a modelled drama.                d. Simulating situational episodes.
 
40. Consider the following students’ achievement: “The students’ sample writing compositions
on news item are assessed.”
What form of authentic assessment will a teacher employ to measure the competence?
a. Project. c. Product.
b. Practicum. d. Portfolio.
41. Consider the following data:
“Based on the result of analysis for K.D 3, the availability of facilities scores 90, the materials
complexity scores 70, and the intake is 60”.
What is the minimum passing grade (KKM) for the English subject?
a. 73. c. 75.
b. 80. d. 83.
42. If a student always mispronounces the expression ‘excuse me’, a teacher should say ....
a. “Your pronunciation is bad but it needs improving”
b. “I think you need to practice again and again”
c. “If you practice more, you will pronounce it correctly”
d. “Well, have you practiced enough at home?”
43. What main principles should be considered in developing the English Curriculum 2013?
a. Relevance of standards of competences to school vision and mission.
b. Integratednes of the macro and micro strategies.
c. Inclusion of learners’ communication strategies in assessment.
d. Relevance of the core competences and basic competences to the level of education.
44. How will a teacher know learners’ initial English? Initial: pemula
a. By administering tests and non-tests. c. Through a faculty conference.
b. Through an official document. d. By distributing a questionnaire.
45. What question does a teacher ask the students at the end of lesson if the class atmosphere is at
low anxiety during the instructional process? Anxiety: kecemasan, kegelisahan
a. What can you refer to? c. What materials don’t you understand?
b. What do you think of today’s lesson? d. What can you conclude?

46. What elements are to be included in formulating an instructional objective?
a. Target audience, entry behavior, content, and condition.
b. Audience, target behavior, facilities and content.
c. Audience, target behavior, condition and degree. Tujuan Pembelajaran: ABCD
d. Communicative purpose, text structure, linguistic features and content.

47. A learner produces phrases and sentences with lots of grammatical errors.
What is her/his level of proficiency?
a. Advanced.                        c. Beginner.
b. Intermediate.                    d. Post intermediate.
 
48. If students prefer to make use of sight during the instructional process of learning English, the
recommended instructional aid to employ is ....
a. diorama: picture                c. potcast
b. Ipod                                   d. headset
 
49. Jane likes to learn English by manipulating objects.
What kind of learner is she?
a. Global: berupa pola         c. Tactile (mengenai sentuhan; toucable).
b. Analytic.                         d. Visual.
 
50. Consider the following data:
“Based on the result of analysis for K.D 3, the availability of facilities scores 80, the materials
complexity scores 70, and the intake is 60”.
What is the minimum passing grade for the English subject?
a. 74.                             c. 80.
b. 70.                             d. 82.
51. After the question is constructed, planning procedural steps to collect information/data to
answer the question or to solve the problem is set up.
What does the notion refer to? Notion: gagasan, ide
a. Situational Instruction. c. Collaborative Learning.
b. Cooperative Learning. d. Discovery Learning Model.
52. Consider the following description of a student’s attitude in a school report:
“Salsabila is considered polite, fairly concerned with others, and self-confident. Honesty,
responsibility, and discipline are relatively improved”.
What grade will the student have?
a. Poor. c. Fair.
b. Good. d. Excellent.
53. In designing English instructional planning a teacher should consider some pedagogical
principles.
What are they?
a. Teachers’ background knowledge, relevance of vision and mission, school facilities, and
scoring rubric.
b. Inclusion of learning objectives, relevance of learning objectives and competences,
utility of instructional media, and time allotment.
c. Students’ individual differences, relevance of basic competences, indicators, materials
and assessment, student active learning and utility of technology-based media.
d. School name and identity, correlation of core competences and learning objectives,
hidden curriculum subject-matters, and remedy.

54. Contents of curriculum as reflected in the learning outcomes are transformed into ....
a. cooperative and collaborative learning c. core competence and spiritual aspect
b. core competence and basic competence d. basic competences of knowledge and skills
55. The main objective of assessment is to identify students’ progress in learning.
What does the statement above imply?
a. Assessment of students’ learning must be comprehensive and conclusive.
b. Expressing ideas communicatively on various topics on their language accuracy.
c. Utilizing correct grammar, vocab and pronunciation on different language functions.
d. Carrying out a number of language functions with different topics.



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