Teaching aptitude mock test 143
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School-based assessment is primarily based on the principle thatCorrectIncorrect
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A time bound testing programme for a students should be implemented in Schools so thatCorrectIncorrect
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Which one of the following is a scaled down teaching situation?CorrectIncorrect
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At primary level, it is better to teach in mother language because:CorrectIncorrect
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A teacher can develop social values among students byCorrectIncorrect
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‘Decision-Making’ is a kind of :CorrectIncorrect
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Education is a powerful instrument of:CorrectIncorrect
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A first-grade teacher is covering a unit on animals. She wants her students to understand the purpose blubber serves in marine mammals. To this end, she has her students place their latex-gloved hands in icy water, using a stopwatch to see how long they can leave their hands in the water. Then she has her students place their gloved hands in a plastic bag filled with lard so that the lard surrounds their hands. She has them place their hands in the icy water and times them again. All of the students could leave their hands in the icy water longer when their hands were encased in lard. Students then discussed their findings and determined that the lard kept their hands warm. The teacher then described blubber as the “lard of marine mammals”. Students then indicated that blubber helps keep marine mammals warm. Which of the following teaching strategies does the above best exemplify?CorrectIncorrect
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Critical pedagogy firmly believes thatCorrectIncorrect