Teaching aptitude MCQ questions set 133

By | September 8, 2017

Teaching aptitude.

Question 1
The communicated knowledge in a classroom is considered as
A
autonomous virtue
B
non-pervasive treasure
C
limited judgement
D
cultural capital
Question 2
Nature of children are like
A
Imaginative
B
Imitative
C
Constructive
D
Destructive
Question 3
An effective teacher adopts the norms of
A
democratic society
B
laissez faire society
C
autocratic society
D
all of the above according to the situation
Question 4
Why is teacher training necessary?
A
Understand methods of school organisation
B
Upgrade knowledge of content
C
Increase teaching skills
D
All the above
Question 5
Which one of the followings indicates child's physical growth?
A
Qualitative
B
Quantitative
C
Positive
D
Negative
Question 6
Which of the following is quality of a teacher?
A
He should know the child psychology
B
He should be trained to various teaching methodologies
C
He presenting the subject matter in an effective manner with clear explaining leading to better understanding of the matter
D
All of these
Question 7
If some students fail in the examination it is the fault of
A
text books
B
the principal
C
pupils themselves
D
the teacher
Question 8
India's constitutional value of "equality of all'' is founded on several assumptions. Which of the following is not among these?
A
Claim of human dignity
B
All men are alike by nature
C
All men are created equal
D
All men have intrinsic worth
Question 9
The appearance of normal curve resembles with?
A
V
B
U
C
Bell
D
None
Question 10
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 11
Which one of the following process is completed in preactive phase of teaching
A
Formulation of objectives of teaching
B
To take judgment about the content of teaching
C
To make sequential arrangements for presentation
D
All of the above
Question 12
The fundamental unit of human society is known as
A
Family
B
Tribal group
C
Individual
D
Social group
Question 13
Summative assessment is an assessment.......... learning.
A
by
B
of
C
to
D
for
Question 14
According to Kohlberg, a teacher can instill moral values in children by
A
giving importance to religious teachings
B
involving them in discussions on moral issues
C
giving strict instructions on 'how to behave'
D
laying clear rules of' behavior
Question 15
Determinants of Individual differences in human beings relate to-
A
Differences in Environment
B
Differences in Heredity
C
Interaction between Heredity and Environment
D
Both Heredity and Environment interacting separately
Question 16
Sometimes a few students admitted in primary schools are developing the habit of theft and they ran away with their classmates books, copies, pen or lunchboxes et cetera. What would you like to do for improving such a behavior of the child
A
When you catch them first-time give them warning
B
When you catch them second time give them physical punishment
C
When you catch them third time give them a note of rustication
D
Whenever you catch them keep vigilant eyes on them and their activities. Ask thoroughly and call their parents immediately to take the action
There are 16 questions to complete.

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