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multiple choice - a task showing several possible answers from which you must choose the correct one, fill in the blank - a task where a student need to use their ideas to complete the sentences or the text, quiz - a task where a student needs to answer questions. Answer may be or not be given, oral exam - a type of testing where a student needs to speak, writing response - a type of task where a student needs to write a text, smart class - a classroom equipped with studying technologies, such as screens, interactive boards etc., tiring /'taɪ(ə)rɪŋ/ - something that make you loose your energy, i.e. get tired, neutral /'nju:trəl/ - not positive and not negative, diagram /ˈdaɪəɡræm/ - a simple drawing using lines to explain where something is, how something works, etc., hands-on lesson - a lesson that includes learning by actually doing something rather than learning about it from books, lectures, etc., worksheet - a piece of paper with questions and exercises for students, neat - tidy, with everything in its place, tutorial - a document or website on a computer that shows you how to do something in a series of easy stages, infographics - information or data that is shown in a chart, diagram, or series of simple pictures so that it is easy to understand, group study - a method of learning opposite of studying individually, flashcard - a card with a word or picture on it, used by teachers during lessons, notes - information that you write down when somebody is speaking, or when you are reading a book, etc., definition - a statement that explains the meaning of a word or phrase, pace - the speed at which someone or something moves, or with which something happens or changes, visual learner - a person who prefers working with visual information aids, auditory /'ɔ:dɪt(ə)rɪ/ learner - a person who prefers working with listening information aids, kinaesthetic /kɪnəs'aetɪk/ learner - a person who prefers working with information while moving or being able to touch something, reading/writing learner - a person who prefers working with information in form of words,
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