Teaching aptitude MCQ questions set 152

By | September 8, 2017

Teaching aptitude.

Question 1
To make learning effective, a goal must be meaningful in terms......
A
Intellectual ideas
B
Standards of others
C
Objectives of the curriculum
D
The needs and purposes of students
Question 2
All of the following are the limitations of televised Instruction except
A
Televised lesson moves at a fixed speed and thus can not take the individual differences ofstudents into account
B
It does not permit the exchange of ideas between the teachers and taught
C
It does not properly help the students in making the materials clearly understood.
D
Experts consume much time in planning and preparation of the programme.
Question 3
One of the aims of the scientific method in research is to:
A
introduce new variables
B
improve data interpretation
C
eliminate spurious relations
D
confirm triangulation
Question 4
What should be the basis of an effecitve and successful leadership?
A
Welfare of the whole group
B
Praise
C
Personal interest
D
Service of the group
Question 5
The process whereby the genetic factors limit an individual's responsiveness to the environment is known as:
A
Discontinuity
B
Canalization
C
Range of reaction
D
Differentiation
Question 6
According to Piaget's stages of Cognitive Development, the sensory¬ motor stage is associated with
A
imitation, memory and mental representation
B
ability to solve problems in logical fashion
C
ability to interpret and analyze options
D
concerns about social issues
Question 7
Parents should play a....... role in the learning process of young children.
A
proactive
B
neutral
C
negative
D
sympathetic
Question 8
Micro teaching is most effective for the student-teacher:
A
before the practice-teaching
B
during the practice-teaching
C
after the practice-teaching
D
none of these
Question 9
The goal of philosophy can be properly defined as
A
Philosophising
B
Solution of problem
C
Achievement of success
D
None of these
Question 10
Theory of Multiple Intelligences’ cannot be legitimized as it
A
is not possible to measure different intelligences as there are no specific test
B
does not place equal importance on all seven intelligences
C
is based only empirical studies Abraham Maslow throughout his life
D
is not compatible with general intelligence 'g', which is most important
Question 11
Research has shown that the most frequent symptom of nervous instability among teachers is
A
Fatigue
B
Worry
C
Explosive behaviour
D
Digestive upsets
Question 12
All of the following are contributing to the crisis in urban schools except
A
the rapid increase in school pollution
B
the disappearance of taxable property
C
the deterioration and decline of real property
D
the displacement of people
Question 13
Solomon's Four Group design falls under
A
Factorial design
B
Pre-experimental design
C
Quasi-experimental design
D
True-experimental design
Question 14
All of the following statements about a teacher are correct except that he/she is
A
a friend guide and philosopher
B
teacher that the students do not know
C
the leader in the class.
D
changes his attitudes and behaviour according to the need of the society.
Question 15
Which one of the following is the most comprehensive source of population data?
A
Census
B
National Sample Surveys
C
Demographic Health Surveys
D
National Family Health Surveys
Question 16
You have an aggressive student in your class. Which of the following would you adopt to handle him?
A
Punish him
B
Allow him the opportunity to act aggressively
C
Put him in a highly frustrating and enbarrassing situation
D
Make him aware of the harmful consequences of aggression
There are 16 questions to complete.

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