DOWNLOAD BOOK | Teaching MCQ | Free MOCK test |

Practice 4000 Research MCQ | Practice 4000 ICT MCQ | Communication MCQ |

## Important teaching aptitude questions 2

If this activity does not load, try refreshing your browser. Also, this page requires javascript. Please visit using a browser with javascript enabled.

Question 1 |

take rest in teacher's room | |

read magazines in library | |

talk to clerks in office | |

check home work of students |

Question 2 |

Daryl did as well on his test as an average eighth grade student in the second month of school would do on an eighth-grade test. | |

Daryl can do the mathematics expected of an average eighth grader who is in the second month of the school year. | |

Daryl may well encounter difficulties in the later stages of the eighth-grade mathematics curriculum. | |

Daryl did as well on this test as an average eighth grader in the second month of school would do on the same test. |

Question 3 |

developing the ability to make the intelligent choice of jobs | |

providing professional knowledge to students | |

increasing G.K. in students | |

All of the above |

Question 4 |

to develop the power of contemplation | |

to, develop the personality of each individual | |

to strengthen the 'state | |

All of the above |

Question 5 |

confer with Ramesh’s mother | |

try to understand why Ramesh said this | |

refer the three girls to the guidance counselor | |

ignore the remark |

Question 6 |

is do difficult to do well that it is waste of time to teach it | |

is useful only for appreciation of poetry | |

requires an audience situation | |

is only for poor readers so they can hear their own mistakes and be motivated to correct them |

Question 7 |

thrown away | |

annotated | |

filed for use by a substitute teacher | |

sent to the supervisor for evaluation |

Question 8 |

Provide free meal to poor children only | |

Encourage children to come to school | |

Give community experience to teachers | |

Eradicate poverty |

Question 9 |

They find the school curriculum in interesting | |

Want to do work | |

Desire of parents | |

Both |

Question 10 |

Leave School | |

Be provided drilling exercises | |

Be given diagnostic tests | |

Learn at home |

Question 11 |

Formal | |

Informal | |

Non-formal | |

None of the above |

Question 12 |

Both reliable and valid. | |

Reliable, but not valid. | |

Not reliable, but valid. | |

Neither reliable nor valid |

Question 13 |

33 | |

40 | |

49 | |

54 |

Question 14 |

33 | |

35 | |

36 | |

37 |

Question 15 |

33 | |

35 | |

36 | |

37 |

Question 16 |

Content¬related evidence | |

Pluralistic assessment | |

Instructional validity | |

Item discrimination |

Question 17 |

Provides all students an equal opportunity to succeed | |

Provides equivalent scores for a diverse group of individuals | |

Produces a consistent, reproducible measure of performance | |

Measures what it is intended to measure |

Question 18 |

0 to 0.19 | |

0.2 to 0.39 | |

0.4 to 0.69 | |

0.7 to 1. |

Question 19 |

Norm-referenced grading | |

Criteria¬referenced grading | |

Standards¬based grading | |

None of the above |

Question 20 |

Distribution where most scores fall in the middle and some scores fall higher and lower | |

Distribution of normal people's scores | |

Distribution where some scores fall in the middle but most fall toward the extremes | |

There is no "normal" distribution when dealing with the social sciences |

Question 21 |

Mean | |

Sample size | |

Standard deviation | |

Range |

Question 22 |

3.34 | |

4.47 | |

5.23 | |

6.11 |

Question 23 |

90% | |

85% | |

80% | |

75% |

Question 24 |

34% | |

48% | |

68% | |

95% |

Question 25 |

One standard deviation below the mean and the mean | |

One standard deviation below the mean and one standard deviation above the mean | |

Two standard deviations below the mean and two standard deviations above the mean | |

Three standard deviations below the mean and three standard deviations above the mean |

Question 26 |

Standard score | |

Stanine | |

Grade equivalent | |

Percentile rank |

** If you need any other study material please write it in comment box**

**If you need any other study material please write it in comment box**

DOWNLOAD Polity PDF | Download Higher edu PDF | Download Huge reasoning PDF |