# Teaching Aptitude Online Practice Test 14

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## Important teaching aptitude questions 2

 Question 1
We usually avoid remembering something that is associated with fear or unpleasantness. In tradition language those avoidance is termed as
 A Suppressing B Repression C Retrieval future D Forgetting
 Question 2
The aim of National Council for teacher education is
 A to open college of education B to promote research in education C to maintain standards in colleges of education D to provide grant to colleges of education
 Question 3
one can be good teacher, if he/she
 A as genuine passion for teaching B has effective classroom management techniques C has in-depth knowledge about the subject D all of the above
 Question 4
All the following are acceptable goals for dealing with behavior problems in the classroom, except
 A helping the child to improve his/her self-control B being impersonal and objective C understanding the offense D utilizing appeals to children that have personal implications
 Question 5
The competency of a teacher can be judged on the basis
 A Length of service B Publication of books C Meeting needs of students D Personality of teacher
 Question 6
A teacher who believes in the realistic philosophy of education would
 A Support strict control and supervision to make children understand human race and culture B Not allow control and pressure on students to learn what they want to learn C Oppose supervision and interference of the teacher with the interests of students. D Allow full freedom to students in learning, following a non-interference policy.
 Question 7
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 8
How would Weiner explain this student's reaction to her poor grade?
 A The student has low self-efficacy in science. B The student's attributions are focused on ability, which is internal, stable, and uncontrollable. C The student has a performance goal orientation. D The student has not been adequately reinforced for prior success in science.
 Question 9
My reaction to the statement A good teacher is essentially a good researcher" is that this is
 A My firm belief B Something find difficult to agree to C Something which I accept only as an opinion D Only a hypothesis
 Question 10
John Locke's phrase of tabula rasa means
 A Tal and Ras B free education C mind itself is a result of the process of evolution D All of the above
 Question 11
TV is superior to radio as teaching aid because it
 A is costly B invites two senses- hearing and vision simultaneously leading to more accurate form of learning C is generally liked by pupils D all of above
 Question 12
Dan is one of two students in Ms. Kane’s fifth-grade class under the “least-restrictive environment” provision. Dan has a very limited attention span and says he usually cannot follow what is going on in class. One of the IEP objectives for Dan is “Given a 10–12 minute lecture/oral lesson, Dan will take appropriate notes as judged by the teacher.” Which of the following strategies has the best potential to help Dan meet this goal by the end of the year?
 A Ms. Kane grades Dan’s notes on lecture/oral lesson material and incorporates the grade into Dan’s overall class grade. B Ms. Kane allows Dan to tape-record the lecture/ oral lesson, rather than taking notes, and then listen to the tape at home to learn the material. C Ms. Kane provides Dan with a graphic organizer, or a skeleton outline, of the lecture so Dan can fill in the missing information as it is provided. D Ms. Kane seats Dan with a student he says he likes and allows Dan to ask that student questions as the lecture/oral lesson proceeds.
 Question 13
The teacher who has developed positive attitude towards the learner
 A Shows concern for the child as he/she grows B States the causes of maladjustment C Explains the various aspects of memory D Distinguishes between innate and acquired bases of behavior
 Question 14
There is an intimate relationship between the
 A Teachers and Educationists B Planned and unplanned school learning C School and Society D Parents and Children’s Thinking
 Question 15
Four conditions that must exist in a classroom before any motivational strategies can be successful
 A The teacher must be a supportive person B The classroom must be disorganized C The tasks set for students must not be authentic D Constant disruption in class
 Question 16
On which of the following statements there is consensus among educators?
 A Disciplinary cases should be sent to the principal only when other means have failed B Disciplinary cases should never be sent to the principal's office C Disciplinary cases should be totally neglected in the class D None of the above
 Question 17
The functions of a teacher is in the order of
 A guiding the child, helping him towards progress and evaluation B checking homework, guiding him and assigning further task C Both of these D None of the above
 Question 18
In order to develop rapport with your pupils you should
 A guide them B behave them in a democratic way C have communicative ability D all of the above
 Question 19
Observable behaviors which a teacher can use in the class to bring home to the pupil an idea or point is technically 'called
 A teaching skills B communication facilities C demonstration D none of these
 Question 20
which of the following statements regarding motivation is correct?
 A Freewill, intellect and reason are the motivating factors according to Plato B Inborn, unlearned tendencies, called instincts are the motivating forces according to JamesBurt C Curiosity and level of aspiration are the motivating factors according to Berlyne D All of the above
 Question 21
The development of feelings of appreciation and interests come under the category of
 A Cognitive development of personality B Cognitive developmental aspects C Psycho-motor development of emotions D Affective aspects of development
 Question 22
Kindergarten system of education was contributed by
 A T. P. Nunn B Spencer C Froebel D Montessori
 Question 23
Helping people in the neighborhood to solve behavioral problems is in the purview of
 A Community Psychology B Neighborhood Psychology C Genetic Psychology D Developmental Psychology
 Question 24
Nature and Nurture refer to
 A Internal and External Environment B Temperament and character C Physical features and temperament D Heredity and Environment
 Question 25
The school library
 A Expands the mental horizon of both the students and the teachers B Does not accelerate guidance programme C Does not supplement the class teaching D Does not strengthen the teaching procedures of the teacher
There are 25 questions to complete.