Teaching aptitude MCQ questions set 16

By | September 8, 2017

Teaching aptitude.

Question 1
A teacher can establish rapport with his pupil by
A
Impressing Them With Knowledge And Skill
B
Playing The Role Of A Guide With Desire To Help Them
C
Becoming A Friend To The Pupils
D
Becoming A Figure Of Authority
Question 2
Trying to make sense of what is going on in a social situation is called
A
Human Cognition
B
Social Cognition
C
Interpersonal Cognition
D
Situational Cognition
Question 3
The part of the brain that develops first is the:
A
Neocortex
B
Hindbrain
C
Midbrain
D
Cerebral cortex
Question 4
The reinforcement schedule that yields the lowest performance is the:
A
Fixed interval schedule
B
Variable interval schedule
C
Variable ratio schedule
D
Fixed ratio schedule
Question 5
Who among the following propounded the concept of paradigm?
A
Von Thunen
B
Peter Haggett
C
Thomas Kuhn
D
John K. Wright
Question 6
Effective teaching includes
A
Teacher is active but students may or may not be active
B
Teacher may be active or inactive but students are active
C
Teacher is active and students are active
D
All of the above situations
Question 7
If you live on rent in your friend's house, it will be perceived by you as
A
Sacrifice of mutual relations
B
Development of more warmth in relations
C
Exposure of personal weaknesses and end of relations
D
Meeting with a good co-worker who cooperate from home to school
Question 8
Suppose a student wants to share his problems with his teacher and he visits the teacher's house for the purpose, the teacher should
A
Contact the student's parents and solve his problem
B
Suggest him that he should never visit his house
C
Suggest him to meet the principal and solve the problem
D
Extend reasonable help and boost his morale
Question 9
The final state of liberation, according to Samkhya philosophy, is
A
Videhamukti
B
Jivanmukti
C
Both A and B
D
None of these
Question 10
A children in school is called a problem child when
A
He is able to solve the problems of other children
B
He suggests useful approaches to teachers when they are explaining any problem
C
He behaves such that is becomes a problem for the teacher to understand him
D
He is very resourceful in suggesting good problems for the class to workout
Question 11
How many cost difference has been put forth by Cronbach on the basis of teaching principles
A
9
B
5
C
6
D
7
Question 12
A definition that has a meaning that is deliberately assigned to some symbol is called:
A
Persuasive
B
Lexical
C
Precising
D
Stipulative
Question 13
Teacher performs practically and explains in
A
demonstration method
B
discovery method
C
Problem solving method
D
Lecture method
Question 14
The human interaction within a school may be described as a
A
Social Position
B
Social Hierarchy
C
Social Mobility
D
Social System
Question 15
The main purpose of evaluating listening is
A
to accept or reject an idea given to the listener
B
to evaluate the speaker's credibility and personality
C
Both A and B
D
all of these
Question 16
When is the best time to evaluate a student's performance?
A
When the instruction have ended
B
Throughout the instructional process
C
Only at the end of major units of instruction
D
When the instruction have begun
There are 16 questions to complete.

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