Teaching aptitude MCQ questions set 249

By | February 21, 2018

Teaching aptitude.

Question 1
The teacher's role at the higher educational level is to:
A
Promote self-learning in students
B
Encourage healthy competition among students
C
Provide information to students
D
Help students to solve their personal problems
Question 2
The original place of behavioral instinct in children is
A
School
B
Environment
C
Heredity
D
Neighborhood
Question 3
The teacher should promote
A
Harassing the students for completing the work
B
Encouraging interactive communication among students
C
Punishment to a student whenever he puts a question
D
Anxiety among students to complete the syllabus in a hurry
Question 4
In evolution self aims at
A
Liberation
B
Enjoyment
C
All of the above
D
None of these
Question 5
Which of the following is not a sign of reading dificulty among young learners? Dificulty in
A
letter and word recognition
B
reading speed and fluency
C
understanding words and ideas
D
spelling consistency
Question 6
The most, important source of knowledge, according to Indian philosophy is
A
Inference
B
Scriptures
C
Perception
D
All of these
Question 7
On which list is education in Indian Constitution?
A
Central list
B
Concurrent list
C
State list
D
None of the above lists
Question 8
A teacher can establish rapport with his students by:
A
Becoming a figure of authority
B
Impressing students with knowledge and skill
C
Playing the role of a guide
D
Becoming a friend to the students
Question 9
What should be the role of teacher in meeting the individual differences?
A
Try to know the abilities, interest and aptitude of individuals
B
Try to adjust the curriculum as per the needs of individuals
C
Both A and B
D
None of these
Question 10
Parkinson’s disease is of
A
Brain
B
Kidneys
C
Heart
D
Lungs
Question 11
As a teacher, select the best option to ensure your effective presence in the classroom.
A
Being authoritarian
B
Use of peer command
C
Making aggressive statements
D
Adoption of well-established posture
Question 12
"The affection brought about a loosening up of the rigidity of Hindu Society and has been an admirable modern influence on Hindu thought'' said by
A
Swami Dayanand
B
Swami Vivekananda
C
Kabir
D
Rabindranath Tagore
Question 13
Who among the following is not a follower of Pragmatic Philosophy?
A
John Dewey
B
Peshtalozzi
C
William James
D
Kilpatrick
Question 14
Of the following birds of advice given by an experienced teacher to a new colleague, it would be best to ignore the one that state
A
if you have a very shy child, don’t call on the child, wait until the child volunteers
B
give praise to even the poorest achiever; you can always find something worthwhile to praise
C
When a child misbehaves, first look for the reaction
D
Write an interesting question on the board for the pupils to answer as soon as they enter the room
Question 15
Which of the following is a feature of progressive education?
A
Instruction based solely on prescribed textbooks
B
Emphasis on scoring good marks in examinations
C
Frequent tests and examinations
D
Flexible timetable and seating arrangement
Question 16
The priority to girls education should be given because
A
The girls were badly discriminated in favor of boys in the past
B
The girls are more intelligent in comparison than the boys
C
The girls are lesser in number than boys
D
Only girls are capable of leading for social change
Question 17
In which of the following areas do deaf children tend to show the greatest relative inferiority to normal children?
A
Intellectual development
B
Socio-emotional development
C
Language development
D
Academic progress
Question 18
Majority of the students in a class misbehave, what does it tell you?
A
Presence of distractions in the class
B
Too many rules
C
General indiscipline amongst students
D
Lack of a code of conduct
Question 19
What will you do in vacant period of school? You will
A
Check home work of students
B
Read magazines in library
C
Take rest in teacher's room
D
Take tea in canteen
Question 20
Which of the following statements appears most accurate in the light of our present knowledge of the neurophysiology underlying learning?
A
Learning involves neural fibres in a telephonic type connection between a given receptor and a given effectors
B
Learning appears independent of any neurophysiologic basis
C
Learning capacity to be independent of the mass of the brain
D
To date, Psychologists have not been able to discover the neurophysilogical changes occurring as a person learns
Question 21
Function of educational structure is
A
System maintenance
B
Socialisation of new population
C
Maintenance of a sense of purpose
D
Replacement of population
Question 22
‘Back to Nature’ slogan was given by
A
Hybridization
B
Naturalism
C
Pragmatism
D
Idealism
Question 23
How do we get knowledge and how can we be sure it is true and not error? This area of philosophy is called
A
Epistemology
B
Beyond Philosophy
C
Neurology
D
None of the above
Question 24
Which of the following is not the tool for Formative Assessment in sholastic domain?
A
Projects
B
Oral Questions
C
Conversation Skill
D
Multiple Choice Question
Question 25
The imposition of some external objects upon the self, according to Samkara, means
A
Akyativada
B
Asatkhyativada
C
Atmakhyativada
D
Anyathakhyativada
There are 25 questions to complete.

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