Teaching aptitude MCQ questions set 99

By | September 8, 2017

Teaching aptitude.

Question 1
The pioneer of functionalism is
A
J. B. Watson
B
Wilhelm Wundt
C
William James
D
Kurt Lewin
Question 2
Dyslexia is associated with
A
reading disorder
B
writing disorder
C
behavioural disorder
D
mental disorder
Question 3
A major strength of ecological theory is its framework for explaining:
A
Biological influences on development
B
Environment influences on development
C
Congentive development
D
Affective processes in development
Question 4
Stress reactivity refers to:
A
The initial behavioral and physiological response to a stressful event
B
The time that it takes to return to a calm state following a stressful event
C
A mother's response to an infant's distress
D
All of the above
Question 5
Exams are held to........
A
Identify the level of learning
B
Rank students for selection
C
Assess learners skills
D
Identify learning problems
Question 6
When an individual repeats those leanings that, in the past, proved to be highly satisfying such behavior can best be explained by the law of
A
readiness
B
regency
C
frequency
D
effect
Question 7
Main distinguishing factors between rural and urban societies in India is
A
Differences in the density of population
B
Language differences
C
Familial differences
D
Political differences
Question 8
Four distinct stages of chil-dren's intellectual development were identified by-
A
Kohlberg
B
Piaget
C
Eriskon
D
Skinner
Question 9
The educational significance of the instincts is in
A
Motivation
B
Interest making
C
Promoting creativity
D
All of the above
Question 10
A baby sucking her thumb is an example of
A
Aggression
B
Displacement
C
Withdrawal
D
Regression
Question 11
The modern consensus regarding the sending of disciplinary cases to the principal's office is that
A
It should be used only when other means have failed
B
It is generally best used for first offense to show that non-sense will not be tolerated
C
It is a sign of poor discipline
D
It is generally advisable since the principal is ultimately responsible for the discipline in his school
Question 12
A teacher is said to be fluent in asking questions, if he can ask
A
meaningful questions
B
as many questions as possible
C
maximum number of questions in a fixed time
D
many meaningful questions in a fixed time
Question 13
You overhear a student coming out of class saying, "A D! I knew it! I've never been any good at science!''How would Bandura explain this student's reaction to her poor grade?
A
The student has low self-efficacy in science.
B
The student has not been adequately reinforced for prior success in science.
C
The student has a performance goal orientation.
D
The student views ability as malleable.
Question 14
Education is a powerful instrument of:
A
Social transformation
B
Personal transformation
C
Cultural transformation
D
All the above
Question 15
Micro teaching is most effective for the student-teacher:
A
during the practice-teaching
B
after the practice teaching
C
before the practice-teaching
D
None of these
Question 16
Instructional aides are used by the teacher to
A
Glorify the class
B
Attract the students
C
Ensure discipline
D
Clarify the concepts
There are 16 questions to complete.

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