Teaching Aptitude Online Practice Test 35

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Important teaching aptitude questions 2

Question 1
The trial and error method of instruction is best enhanced by
A
role playing
B
the developmental lesson
C
an audio visual lesion
D
independent study
Question 2
A parent of a fourth grader refuse to give permission for her child to go on a class trip. The teacher should first
A
refer the matter to the guidance counselor
B
confer with the parent to discuss the educational purpose of the trip
C
give the class a homework assignment for all parents to sign, giving reasons why each child wants to go on the trip
D
Ask another teacher in the same grade to take that child on the day of the trip
Question 3
What will you do in vacant period of school? You will
A
Read magazines in library
B
Check home work of students
C
Take tea in canteen
D
Take rest in teacher’s room And.
Question 4
A child learns first from his
A
Family
B
Teachers of Primary School
C
Mother
D
Father
Question 5
National Council for teacher Education was established in
A
1995
B
1996
C
1992
D
1993
Question 6
All of the following are evidence of a good class audio-visual programme except
A
using globes and maps to teach geographic skills and concepts
B
developing a weekly list of recommended television programmes for home viewing
C
allowing children to decide which educational television programmes they will view in class
D
providing study guides for class viewing of films
Question 7
An increase in comprehension skill is most likely to result from
A
guided silent reading
B
guided oral reading
C
unstructured silent reading
D
the teacher reading to the class
Question 8
The concept of the placement of students in the “least restrictive” educational environment developed as a result of efforts to
A
equalize educational opportunities for females and minorities
B
normalize the lives of those children with disabilities who were being educated in isolation from their peers
C
obtain increased federal funding for the no educational support of children living in poverty
D
reduce the overall costs of educating students with special needs
Question 9
In dealing with a class that is misbehaving, the teacher’s least effective course of action is to
A
ask the principal to observe him/her and make recommendations
B
lower the grades of pupils who create the most serious infractions
C
isolate those most responsible for the misbehavior
D
ascertain the extent to which his/her methods and/or curriculum are responsible
Question 10
A fourth grade child takes the possessions of pupils who sit near her. The teacher’s best initial step is to
A
isolate the child in a corner of the room
B
make a note of this behavior in the child’s permanent record
C
ignore the behavior, as it will eventually disappear
D
arrange a parent conference to try to determine causation
Question 11
If you want to improve the ability to observe in children, which of the following would you recommend?
A
Generating interest in subject
B
Developing a framework for experiences
C
Sharpening the senses
D
Training mental faculties
Question 12
........ is the apex institution involved in the planned and coordinated development of the teacher education system in the country.
A
UGC
B
NCERT
C
NCTE
D
XSEED
Question 13
What makes an adolescent revolt against Authority?
A
He thinks that he is mature enough
B
His want for recognition and independence of thought and action
C
He thinks that he is intelligent enough
D
He believes that he does not need any advice
Question 14
The interaction between teachers and students or between buyers and sellers is classified by the sociologists as a social inter action of
A
The secondary type
B
The multiple types
C
The primary type
D
The responsive type One undertakes research
Question 15
One undertakes research
A
To verify what has already been established
B
To describe and explain a new phenomenon
C
To refute what has already been accepted as a fact
D
To do one or the other of the above
Question 16
Use of telecast materials
A
enhances concentration and learning
B
reduces the burden of the teacher
C
increases retention power
D
all of the above
Question 17
Maximum participation of students is possible in teaching through
A
lecture method
B
discussion method
C
textbook method
D
audio-visual aids
Question 18
An effective teaching means all of the following except
A
a teacher teaches with enthusiasm
B
a teacher finds fault in his students
C
a teacher puts emphasis more on teaching than on class control
D
a teacher is interested in making the subject matter understood rather than on completing the course
Question 19
To make learning effective, a goal must be meaningful in terms ........ ?
A
Objectives of the curriculum
B
Intellectual ideas
C
Standards of others
D
The needs and purposes of students
Question 20
Which of the following items of information are important about students to motivate them for studies?
A
Learning style
B
Personality
C
Socio-cultural background
D
All of the above
Question 21
........ is the process in which you identify the common aspects or basic relationships in a variety of specific situations?
A
Abstraction
B
Generalization
C
Problem Solving
D
Reasoning
Question 22
A teacher in the class should keep the pitch of his voice
A
high enough
B
low
C
moderate
D
sometime low and sometime high
Question 23
Curriculum makers have the most difficulty when
A
there is an inflationary cycle
B
the nature of the student population is changing
C
parents are participants
D
teachers unions insist on input
Question 24
Three of the following teachers are using scaffolding to help their students learn. Which one is NOT a good example of scaffolding?
A
Ms. Lilly gives her class some hints about how to solve an especially difficult algebra problem.
B
Mrs. Branson teaches a golf swing by gently guiding each student through the correct movement a few times.
C
Ms. Niles gives John a structure to follow when he writes his first poem.
D
Mr. Johnson takes his students to the computer lab.
Question 25
Cognitive apprenticeship is a tool that involves .............
A
an expert stretching and supporting a novice's understanding and use of a culture's skills
B
a technique for changing the level of support over the course of a teaching session
C
a social constructivist program that encourages reflection and discussion through using adults as role models, children teaching children, and online computer consultation
D
thinking that is located in social and physical contexts
There are 25 questions to complete.

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