Teaching aptitude MCQ questions set 182

By | February 21, 2018

Teaching aptitude.

Question 1
A developmental hault due to frustration and anxiety is referred to as:
A
Learned helplessness
B
Fixation
C
Depression
D
Regression
Question 2
During a visit to a second-grade classroom, a student teacher observed a child spending the time allotted for a worksheet either looking out the window or doodling on his paper. When the student teacher asked the child if he needed help on the assignment, he said no. When asked why he wasn't doing it, he pointed to another student and said, "She does all her work fast and when she's done, she gets more work. '' The boy's reaction suggests which of the following about his classroom?
A
Students who finish work before the whole class is finished must not interrupt the students who are still working
B
Students must work alone on seatwork, without consulting other students.
C
A routine has been established for students who are having trouble finishing an assignment to ask the teacher for assistance.
D
A routine for rewarding students who finish work promptly is not in place.
Question 3
The frequency distribution of a research data which is symmetrical in shape similar to a normal distribution but center peak is much higher, is
A
Platykurtic
B
Leptokurtic
C
Mesokurtic
D
Skewed
Question 4
The main function of educational psychology is to provide prospective teacher with:
A
research procedures for evaluating current teaching procedure.
B
insight into the needs, problems and styles of behaviour of teacher.
C
insight into various aspects of modern teaching education.
D
how to deal with students and everyday class situation.
Question 5
the National Curriculum framework (2005) emphases on
A
teacher centered classroom
B
learner centered classroom
C
Evaluation centered classroom
D
all of the above
Question 6
Which is not the characteristic of authoritative administration
A
Strict discipline
B
Suppression the subordinates
C
Sharing
D
Rudeness
Question 7
What would you assume when you are see an isolated child in your class?
A
He has inadequate socialization
B
He is daydreaming
C
He is delinquent
D
None of the above
Question 8
........ means reinforcing each small step towards a desired goal or behaviour.
A
Prompting
B
Cuing
C
Positive practice
D
Shaping
Question 9
When your exercises his powers with an altitude of malice how would you avoid confrontation under this condition?
A
You imagine that god must give him punishment for his untrue act
B
You think to kill him to take revenge
C
You keep promise not to surrender against the wickedness
D
You become furious but crumble down your emotions due to the superiority of the person
Question 10
The function of educational administration and management is
A
Instrucitonal tasks
B
Non instrucitonal tasks
C
Both A and B
D
None
Question 11
Preparing the child for future life as an aim of education is preparing child for
A
Some suitable vocation
B
A happy married life
C
Some particular course of study
D
Facing all kinds of emergencies and situations of future life
Question 12
Ramanuja's theory of causation is known as
A
Prakrti Parinamavada
B
Brahman Parinamavada
C
All of the above
D
None of these
Question 13
"The affection brought about a lossening up of the rigidity of Hindu Society and has been an admirable modern influence on Hindu thought" said by
A
Kabir
B
Swami Dayanand
C
Swami Vivekanand
D
Rabindranath Tagore
Question 14
Which is most favorable for education?
A
Social mobility
B
Social class
C
Caste
D
Social stratification
Question 15
Vygotsky theory implies
A
individual assignments to each student
B
after initial explanation, do not support a child in solving difficult questions
C
collaborative problem solving
D
child will learn best in the company of children having IQ lesser than his/her own.
Question 16
When a normal student behaves in an erratic manner in the class, you would:
A
ignore the student
B
talk to the student after the class
C
ask the student to leave the class
D
pull up the student then and there
There are 16 questions to complete.

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