Teaching aptitude MCQ questions set 154

By | September 10, 2017

Teaching aptitude.

Question 1
Can a teacher suspend a student?
A
Yes
B
No
C
Never, its not ethical
D
None of the above
Question 2
"Things as they are and as they are likely to be encountered in life rather than words'' was the slogan of the
A
Existentialists
B
Pragmatists
C
Realists
D
Idealists
Question 3
When an individual repeats those leanings that, in the past, proved to be highly satisfying such behavior can best be explained by the law of
A
readiness
B
effect
C
frequency
D
recency
Question 4
The important means for achievement or liberation, according to Samkara, is
A
Religious practices
B
Concentration on Om
C
Distinction of self and not-self
D
All of these
Question 5
A teacher can address diversity in her class by:
  1. accepting and valuing differences
  2. using socio-cultural background of children as a pedagogic resource
  3. accommodating different learning styles
  4. giving standard instruction and setting uniform benchmarks for performance
Select the correct answer using the code given below.
A
I, II and III
B
I, II, III and IV
C
I, II and IV
D
II, III and IV
Question 6
Navodaya Schools have been established to
A
complete 'Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan'
B
provide good education in rural areas
C
increase number of schools in rural areas
D
check wastage of education in rural areas
Question 7
A high school teacher is trying to help nonfluent speakers of English understand an English text. During the class, the teacher asks the students to read aloud and focuses on correcting errors in pronunciation. Which of the following is a principle of second-language development that this approach fails to take into account?
A
For most nonfluent speakers of a language, the fastest way to learn the language is to imitate the way native speakers speak it.
B
Reading skills have to be well established before a student of a language can learn a language.
C
Nonfluent speakers of a language can understand what they are reading before they can accuratelypronounce all the sounds in the language.
D
Students should not attempt to read aloud before they can read grade-level texts silently with understanding.
Question 8
Which of the following policies was introduced in 1975?
A
Radhakrishnan Report
B
Macauly Report
C
Kothari Commission Report
D
Curriculum for the 10 year school
Question 9
Educational psychology is concerned with the scientific study of
A
philosophy of education
B
human learning
C
teaching methods
D
education
Question 10
National Council for Women's Education was established in:
A
1951
B
1964
C
1970
D
1958
Question 11
Most psychologists believe that development is due
A
Largely to nature.
B
Largely to nurture.
C
To nature and nurture acting separately.
D
To an interaction of nature and nurture.
Question 12
The rules of presenting the contents to make them easy are called
A
Teaching strategies
B
Techniques of teaching
C
Method of teaching
D
Maxims of teaching
Question 13
Main objectives of teacher education is–
A
To prepare for teaching job
B
To provide subject mastery
C
To develop oratory skills
D
To develop professional skills and values
Question 14
What is the use of homework?
A
Helps in preparing next chapter before coming to school
B
Helps in memorizing the previous lessons
C
Provide students an opportunity to implement what they have learnt
D
To catch up with other students
Question 15
When a teacher ensures that students complete an exercise in mathematics and makes sure instructions are clear and specific. The teacher ensures the........ aspect of assessment
A
Reliability
B
Wash-back effect
C
Validity
D
Practicality
Question 16
Of the following, the most unreliable predictor of educational achievement is
A
inherited biological potential for learning
B
ethnic origin of parents
C
family background and training
D
classroom experiences
There are 16 questions to complete.

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