TKT（Teaching Knowledge Test）剑桥英语教学能力认证考试，是剑桥大学考试委员会外语考试不（Cambridge ESOL）为非英语国家的中小学或成人英语教师研发的英语教学能力认证考试，主要测试考生对语言及语言应用基本概念的掌握，以及对教学与学习的背景知识及实践过程的把握。该证书具有国际水准，考生可借此进一步丰富教学专业知识，拓展事业发展前景。
模块一：语言及语言教学背景知识（Language and Background to Language Learning and Teaching）
模块二：课程计划制定及教学资源利用（Planning Lessons and Use of Resources for Language Teaching）
模块三：课堂教学组织与学习过程管理（Managing the Teaching and Learning Process）
为了帮助各位考生更好的备考TKT三个核心模块的考试，我们特别邀请了国外专注于TKT考试的顶尖学术专家团队，为考生精心打造了本书，本书的问世还得到了国际知名学者、英语教育专家，“第二语言教学之父” Rod Ellis教授以及国内众多著名英语教育专家的大力支持与指导。期待本书能为参加TKT考试的考生助力！
本书由周超、Madelize Bekker等国际权威TKT考试研究专家联袂打造，本书的作者持有英国剑桥大学外语考试部（Cambridge ESOL）颁发的DELTA(Diploma in English Language Teaching to Adults)证书，同时拥有多年的教学经验和教师培训经验。作者团队曾为英国大使馆文化教育处（British Council）、剑桥大学外语考试部（Cambridge ESOL）以及剑桥博士山语言测评（Cambridge Boxhill Language Assessment）等著名机构开发学术内容。
Teaching Knowledge Test Module 1
Teaching Knowledge Test Module 1 Practice Test 1
Teaching Knowledge Test Module 1 Practice Test 2
Teaching Knowledge Test Module 1 Practice Test 3
Teaching Knowledge Test Module 2
Teaching Knowledge Test Module 2 Practice Test 1
Teaching Knowledge Test Module 2 Practice Test 2
Teaching Knowledge Test Module 2 Practice Test 3
Teaching Knowledge Test Module 3
Teaching Knowledge Test Module 3 Practice Test 1
Teaching Knowledge Test Module 3 Practice Test 2
Teaching Knowledge Test Module 3 Practice Test 3
Sample OMR Answer Sheet
A relative pronoun introduces a relative clause which gives more information about the noun before it. Here, ‘who’ tells us more about ‘the man’. Other common relative pronouns include which, and that.
A possessive pronoun replaces a noun and shows possession:‘theirs’ means their car (the car belonging to them).
Reflexive pronouns are used when the object of the verb is the same as the subject. Here, ‘the young girl’ and ‘herself’ refer to the same person.
‘Those’ is a demonstrative pronoun. It takes the place of a noun phrase, forexample it could mean those shoes or those bags (over there).
‘We’ is a subject pronoun (a pronoun used as the subject of the sentence).
‘him’ is an object pronoun (a pronoun used as the object of the sentence).
‘in spite of’ is used to show contrast. In this sentence, it shows the difference between what the children did (they ‘played outside’) and what we would normally expect (it was raining so we would expect them to stay inside).
We use ‘as’ or ‘just as’ for comparison – to say that things are the same or similar. Inthis sentence the reading habits of ‘she’ and ‘her sister’ are the same.
‘Although’ shows contrast or the difference between two things. We would expect Lucy to catch up because she ran fast but she didn’t catch up.
The second clause shows that being late was the effect of (or result of) the action in the first clause (missing the bus).
In this sentence, ‘since’ is used as a conjunction to show the reason for something.
‘As’ is also used as a conjunction to show the reason for something. It could be replaced by since or because.
‘Whereas’ is a conjunction of contrast meaning although or while. Here it contrasts how ‘she’ and ‘the others’ were feeling.
Answer ‘C’ is incorrect. A comparison would be She was calmer than the others or The others were not as calm as she was.
‘Collocations’ (words that are regularly used together) is the only possible answer. ‘A’ is incorrect because a lexical set is a group of words or phrases that are about the same topic such as bus, train, tram (public transport). ‘C’ is incorrect because the examples are not idioms.
These are examples of compound nouns (two nouns combined to have one unit of meaning).
‘Old’, ‘mature’ and ‘aged’ are synonyms. They all have the same or similar meaning.
Each of these is a collective noun referring to a group of people.
The prompt tells you that ‘international, submarine and semicircle include examples of’ This should tell you that ‘C’ is the answer. The prefixes they include are ‘inter -’ ‘sub-’ and ‘semi-’. ‘A’ and ‘B’ cannot be correct because ‘international, submarine and semicircle’ are words and words cannot include ‘formal language’or ‘idioms’.
These are ‘minimal pairs’ (words that differ only by one meaningful sound). ‘C’ is incorrect because rhymes share the same vowel sounds.