Teaching aptitude MCQ questions set 316

By | February 21, 2018

Teaching aptitude

Question 1
An effective teaching means all of the following except
A
A teacher teaches with enthusiasm.
B
A teacher puts emphasis more on teaching than on class control.
C
A teacher finds fault in his students.
D
A teacher is interested in making the subject matter understood rather than on completing the course.
Question 2
Of the following learning theories, the one that embodies the idea that the learning takes place through insight is known as
A
Gestalt
B
Pragmatic
C
Connectionist
D
Stimulus-Response
Question 3
According to Lev Vygotsky:
A
children learn language through a language acquisition device
B
interaction with adults and peers does not influence language development
C
language development changes the nature of human thought
D
culture plays a very small role in language development
Question 4
The process of reasoning from one or more given statements to reach a logically certain conclusion is called
A
Quantitative Reasoning
B
Inductive Reasoning
C
Qualitative Reasoning
D
Deductive Reasoning
Question 5
At which time period is the body most sensitive to disruption of growth?
A
Germinal
B
Embryonic
C
Fetal
D
All equally
Question 6
The concept of 'conservation' as proposed by Jean Piaget means that:
A
taking the perspective of others into consideration is an important cognitive ability
B
it is important to protect wildlife and forests
C
certain physical properties remain the same even when outward appearances change
D
one can arrive at the correct conclusion by systematically testing hypothesis
Question 7
To make teachers accountable. They should be given
A
Freedom in the selection of content and methods of teaching
B
Training in teaching and examining.
C
Opportunities for professional growth
D
Transfer to places where they want to serve.
Question 8
Which one of the following is measured by continuous comprehensive evaluation?
A
Development of creativity
B
Holisitic development
C
Development of experience
D
Development of divergent thinking
Question 9
The teacher ought to know the problems prevalent in the field of education. The reason is that
A
Teachers can tell the government about it.
B
He can tell about the same to another teacher.
C
Only a teacher can do something about solving them.
D
With this knowledge, the teacher can have information about education.
Question 10
Below are given some probable characteristics of an ineffective teacher, which of the following is most likely to be characterised the ineffective teacher?
A
Emphasis upon standards
B
Emphasis upon the control of immediate situation
C
Emphasis upon pupil discussion in the clarification of group's goals
D
None of these
Question 11
Which from the following is NOT among the five senses?
A
smell
B
touch
C
thought
D
vision
Question 12
'TRIAL & ERROR' theory of learning was given by:
A
THORNDIKE
B
BANDURA
C
FREUD
D
THRUSTON
Question 13
What advantage do objective type tests have over essay tests?
A
They are easier to interpret
B
They require less technical knowledge
C
They take less time to prepare
D
The sampling content can be wider
Question 14
The aim of education should be
A
To prepare the students for examination
B
To develop social awareness in the students
C
To develop vocational skills in the students
D
To prepare the students for practical life
Question 15
By which of the following methods the true evaluation of the students is possible?
A
Formative evaluation
B
Evaluation at the end of the course
C
Evaluation twice a year
D
Continuous evaluation
Question 16
which one of the following is least required during the preparation of lecture?
A
Clear introduction and summary
B
Time and control unit
C
Examples for better explanation and understanding.
D
Factual materials in indirect way
There are 16 questions to complete.

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