Teaching aptitude MCQ questions set 259

By | February 21, 2018

Teaching aptitude

Question 1
Non-formal Education is
A
Not motivated for acquiring knowledge
B
Provided by family, community, religion etc.
C
Having no fixed curriculum
D
Arranged by some organized body
Question 2
One of your student is too poor to buy a book. How will you help him?
A
You will provide the books from library.
B
You will request the institute administration to make a policy for helping such students.
C
You will collect a fund from others for this purpose.
D
You will purchase the book.
Question 3
It is often complained that there is brain drain in our country. The implication is that
A
The brains of educated persons are having washed in unnecessary pursuits.
B
Students brains are unnecessarily burdened with every education
C
Education that is imparted is a string to the brains average students
D
Educated and capable people are seeking jobs in other countries because of unemployment here
Question 4
The basic tenet of Indian Philosophy of Education is
A
Natural development
B
Character
C
ideal
D
Quality
Question 5
The process of obtaining numerical value is?
A
Measurement
B
Assessment
C
Test
D
Evaluation
Question 6
When a student takes the same test twice it is referred to as?
A
After-test
B
Pre-test
C
Test-retest
D
Post-test
Question 7
In making occupational field-trips, the pupils should
A
Be accompanied by the teacher at all times
B
Be prepared to ask questions from their guide
C
Discuss their visits upon returning to school
D
All the above
Question 8
The development of desirable person's characteristics is largely a matter of
A
Opportunity for learning
B
Social pressures
C
Motivation
D
Habit-formation
Question 9
It is industrial rather than other types of economy which most enhances the regard for education, because
A
Industrialization has led to the production of a huge wealth
B
The industrialists belong to the upper class of the society
C
Each country has had tremendous development of industry
D
Modern industry has become extremely technical, science-based, knowledge-based; and scientific and technical knowledge is gained only through education
Question 10
A teacher can make problem-solving fun for students by doing all the following except
A
providing endless opportunities for creative thinking
B
giving time for free play
C
providing open ended material
D
expecting perfection from the students while they are trying to do things by themselves.
Question 11
The highest in rank in ministry of education is:
A
Research Officer
B
Secretary
C
Administrative officer
D
Education officer
Question 12
In early Hindu society, widow remarriage was
A
Permitted
B
Promoted
C
Prohibited
D
Protected
Question 13
Which one is called non-probability sampling?
A
Quota sampling
B
Cluster sampling
C
Systematic sampling
D
Stratified random sampling
Question 14
As a chairman of UPSC while selecting a teacher you should, be
A
fair and impartial
B
able to judge the personality of candidates
C
encouraging to those appearing for interview
D
all of these
Question 15
Which of the following is normative integration in a group?
A
Directing individual efforts
B
Choosing good leaders for projects
C
Co-ordination of individual efforts
D
Socialisation
Question 16
If majority of students in your class is weak you should
A
Keep Your Teaching Slow Along With Some Extra Guidance To Bright People
B
Keep Your Speed Of Teaching Fast So That Students Comprehension Level May Increase
C
Keep Your Teaching Slow Which Can Also Be Helpful To Bright Students.
D
Not Care About Intelligent Students
There are 16 questions to complete.

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