Teaching aptitude MCQ questions set 278

By | February 21, 2018

Teaching aptitude

Question 1
...... is essential for the leadership quality.
A
Adequate money
B
Social maturity
C
Beauty
D
High intellectual competence
Question 2
Which of the following is major problem arises in adolescence?
A
Physical changes
B
Psychological changes
C
Anger
D
Ego
Question 3
Participant observation is the process of immersing yourself in the study of......
A
Outcomes
B
Methods
C
Options
D
People
Question 4
A few students in your class are exceptionally bright, you will teach them
A
By using Enriched programmes
B
Along with higher classes
C
Along with the class
D
Only when they want
Question 5
Which combination of teaching methods listed below would encourage the learner-cantered paradigm?
A
Individualized instruction and lecture method
B
Simulation and demonstration
C
Lecture method and experimentation
D
Projects and Direct experiences
Question 6
The most important source of knowledge according to Mimamsa is
A
Inference
B
Testimony
C
Perception
D
Comparison
Question 7
Teachers use teaching aids for
A
The sake of its use.
B
Making teaching interesting.
C
Making student attentive.
D
Making teaching with understanding level of students.
Question 8
All of the following are the characteristic features of an effective Teacher except
A
Emphasis upon standards
B
Differential treatment meted out to students of his class.
C
Emphasis upon the quick control of problematic situations.
D
Emphasizing group discussion for the purpose of clarifying the objectives
Question 9
Which one of the following is an ODD statement?
A
Most of the classrooms are poorly equipped
B
One way interaction prevails in the classrooms
C
Majority of teachers use lectures method
D
Knowledge is static
Question 10
Suppose you are a fresh appointee in a school, a girl student stays in school hostel throughout summer-break and preparing for the competitive examination. Because she does not rely on officials so she requests to collect her post at your postal address. What would you like to do in that case?
A
You permit her on genuine humanitarian ground being a fair sex
B
You permit her because you have some emotional inclination towards her
C
You never give her your on address as your suspect a foul game in it
D
You do not give permission as it is against your own principles
Question 11
Caring for the cultivation of emotional health of children is as important for the schools as caring for the cultivation of their intellect, not because
A
Rearing of children in most families is defective
B
The family, being ignorant of the principles of emotional health, can do nothing about it.
C
The family is not competent enough to do that
D
There cannot be any other social institution which can be entrusted with this job
Question 12
One of your colleagues is living in your locality but you have no affinity with him, the reason may be
A
his selfishness
B
his religious faith
C
his social rejection
D
his miserable behaviour and rural background
Question 13
The chief responsibility of the principal is
A
Maintain school records
B
Handle discipline problems
C
Provide leadership in instructional plan
D
Organize and administer the guidance programmed
Question 14
Performance tests are termed as......................
A
Verbal tests
B
Non-verbal tests
C
Subjective tests
D
Projective tests
Question 15
An example of formal norm is
A
Tradition
B
Custom
C
Mores
D
Law
Question 16
Child development is defined as a field of study that
A
Examines change in human abilities.
B
Seeks to explain behavior across the life span.
C
Compares children to adults to senior citizens.
D
Accounts for the gradual evolution of the child's cognitive, social, and other capacities.
There are 16 questions to complete.

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