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Teaching Aptitude Question Answer MCQ
The Telephone Model of Communication was first developed in the area of
Minimal effects theory
Special education is related to-
Educational for talented students
Training programme for retarded
Training programmes for Teachers
Educational programmes for disabled
The purpose of the textbook is to provide. . . . . . . . .
A material to teachers to base teaching on
Reading and reference materials for the teachers
A learning material based on a syllabus to a learner
A material forming the basis and content for examinations
Who said "children have innate inclination to imitate their seniors, both in mental and social development"?
A teacher can establish rapport with his students by:
Becoming a figure of authority
Impressing students with knowledge and skill
Playing the role of a guide
Becoming a friend to the students
If student do not understand what is taught in the class the teacher should feel
to explain it in different way
that he is wasting time
pity for the students
In which models of Integrated Education Programme is being implemented in large scale by governmental and non-governmental agencies in India?
Both A and B
Dual Teaching Model
The most effective method of character- formation is
Teaching by high character teachers
Teaching virtues through religious books
Organizing specialists' lectures on importance of values in life
Rewarding virtuous behaviours and presenting high character models in the schools
In cooperative method teachers act as a delegator means the teacher act as a/an. . . . . . . . to the students.
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