Teaching aptitude MCQ questions set 200

By | September 8, 2017

Teaching aptitude.

Question 1
Pramanas, according to Vedanta, can be classified as
A
Inference
B
Scriptures
C
Perception
D
All of these
Question 2
Frobel's most important contribution to education was his development of the
A
Latin School
B
Vocational school
C
Public high school
D
Kindergarten
Question 3
Which of the following is not instructional material?
A
Over Head Projector
B
Transparency
C
Audio Cassette
D
Printed Material
Question 4
The most appropriate purpose of learning is ;
A
modification of behaviour
B
social political awareness
C
personal adjustment
D
preparing oneself for employment
Question 5
A good teacher is he who is
A
Dutiful
B
True
C
Punctual
D
Honest
Question 6
Child growth as proceeding through an organized sequence of stages divided roughly by age in view of........
A
Skinner
B
Vygotsky
C
Piaget
D
Kohlberg
Question 7
comparing the lecture and developmental lessons which one of the following is false?
A
The lecture method is more conducive to largest class
B
There is more public developmental lesson
C
Slow children derive more benefits form a lecture than brighter children do
D
It t is more difficult to ascertain public learning in a lecture lesson
Question 8
To encourage the students to become self motivated independent learner a teacher can
A
give frequent posture feedback that can give student self belief that he can do it.
B
ensure opportunities for students success by assigning task
C
create a democratic atmosphere
D
All of these
Question 9
To select subject matter, one should consider student's:
A
Class
B
Health
C
I. Q
D
Physical age
Question 10
Talking and indiscipline in classroom is an indication of........?
A
Indiscipline students
B
Not summarizing lecture points
C
Confusion about things taught
D
Boredom caused by repetitiveness
Question 11
Spare the rod and spoil the child. It is a famous saying. Its contribution in modern class-room serves our purpose in a
A
Exclusive manner
B
Better way
C
Worst way
D
Effective manner
Question 12
When some students are deliberately attempting to disturb the discipline of the class by making mischief, what will be your role as a teacher?
A
Expelling those students.
B
Isolate those students.
C
Reform the group with your authority.
D
Giving them an opportunity for introspection and improve their behaviour.
Question 13
The aim of the Charter Act of 1813 was.........
A
To make English education common
B
Government control on education
C
To spread education worldwide
D
To spend money on education
Question 14
The intellectual skills are reflected by
A
Cognitive Domain
B
affective domain
C
Psychomotor
D
None of above
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
Which of the following is not a principle of development?
A
Principle of individual difference.
B
Principle of integration.
C
Principle of continuity.
D
Principle of proceeding from specific to general response.
There are 16 questions to complete.

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