Teaching aptitude MCQ questions set 207

By | February 21, 2018

Teaching aptitude.

Question 1
Demand of the outside world, the task is best accomplished by development of a
A
The Id
B
Super ego
C
A strong ego
D
All of the above
Question 2
The industrial revolution that started in the West to begin with had the following effect on education
A
Introduction of mass educational programmes
B
Shifting the centre of gravity from the middle to the lower class culture
C
Shifting the emphasis from the lower class culture to the middle class culture
D
Introduction of vocationalisation of education
Question 3
As a teacher what would you do if you realize that the students are not understanding what is being taught in the class?
A
Proceed to the next lesson to complete the syllabus
B
Check up the related knowledge of the students
C
Teach the lesson again with real-world examples
D
Repeat the lesson
Question 4
In order to instill a positive environment in a primary class a teacher should
A
wish each child in the morning
B
narrate stories with positive endings
C
allow them to make groups on their own on the basis of sociometry during group activities.
D
not discriminate and set the same goal for every child
Question 5
All human beings have to interact with the other human beings in order to
A
Quarrel
B
Survive
C
Compete
D
Gossip
Question 6
If your school is located near a slum area, in turn it affects your school's environment, what steps will you take to keep away your students?
A
Your will voluntary select the students and do service in the slum area
B
You will give more emphasis on school sanitation and plantation
C
You will develop action-oriented plan for environmental education for children
D
You will allot one plant to each students to look after throughout his stay in school.
Question 7
Attitude, once established
A
Generally continue to exist even if they do not provides satisfaction for one's motives
B
Can be changed relatively easily by introducing logical proof of contrary view point's
C
Can be changed more effectively by intellectual appeal than by emotional appeal
D
Are often maintained through selective perception
Question 8
Which of the following agency regulates education?
A
Library
B
State
C
School
D
Church
Question 9
Which of the following is not an aspect of learning?
A
Cue-reduction
B
The sensitization of nerve fibres
C
Modification of perceptions
D
The accumulation of knowledge
Question 10
The process not needed in Experimental Researches is
A
Manipulation
B
Controlling
C
Content Analysis
D
Observation
Question 11
Psycology is a......
A
science of soul
B
science of mind
C
science of behaviour
D
science of consciousness
Question 12
Teaching-Learning process fundamentally completed in
A
Home
B
School
C
Class-room
D
Society
Question 13
Frobel's most important contribution to education was his development of the
A
Latin school
B
Public school
C
Kindergarten
D
Vocational school
Question 14
Use of radio for higher education is based on the presumption of:
A
Replacing teacher in the long run
B
Other means of instruction getting outdated
C
Everybody having access to a radio set
D
Enriching curriculum based instruction
Question 15
The term Identical Elements is closely associated with–
A
Transfer of learning
B
Jealousy between peers
C
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D
Group Instructions
Question 16
Learners display individual differences. So a teacher should
A
enforce strict discipline
B
increase number of tests
C
insist on uniform pace of learning
D
provide a variety of learning experiences
There are 16 questions to complete.

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