Teaching aptitude MCQ questions set 72

Teaching aptitude.

Question 1
You find a student to be intelligent. You will
A
Motivate him so that he can make more progress
B
Not give him additional homework
C
Inform his parents about the fact that he is intelligent
D
Remain pleased with him
Question 2
The purpose of the textbook is to provide. . . . . . . .
A
A learning material based on a syllabus to a learner
B
A material to teachers to base teaching on
C
A material forming the basis and content for examinations
D
Reading and reference materials for the teachers
Question 3
The model of behavioral objectives of curriculum evaluation was presented by:
A
Tyler
B
Hilda taba
C
Stuffle beam
D
John Dewey
Question 4
In the classroom, the teacher sends the message either as words or images. The students are really
A
Agitators
B
Decoders
C
Encoders
D
Propagators
Question 5
Knowing the naive conceptions that students bring to the classroom:
A
hampers the teacher's planning and teaching
B
pulls down the teacher's morale since it increases his work
C
does not serve any purpose of the teacher
D
helps the teacher to plan teaching more meaningfully
Question 6
Teacher's professionalism means
A
the extent to which a teacher subscribes to a professional code
B
a teacher has to teach for the sake of getting salaries
C
a teacher must have completed professional teachers training course before his appointment
D
all of the above
Question 7
A first-grade teacher is covering a unit on animals. She wants her students to understand the purpose blubber serves in marine mammals. To this end, she has her students place their latex-gloved hands in icy water, using a stopwatch to see how long they can leave their hands in the water. Then she has her students place their gloved hands in a plastic bag filled with lard so that the lard surrounds their hands. She has them place their hands in the icy water and times them again. All of the students could leave their hands in the icy water longer when their hands were encased in lard. Students then discussed their findings and determined that the lard kept their hands warm. The teacher then described blubber as the "lard of marine mammals". Students then indicated that blubber helps keep marine mammals warm. Which of the following teaching strategies does the above best exemplify?
A
demonstration
B
guided discovery
C
jigsaw
D
cooperative learning
Question 8
The problem of drop-out in which students leave their schooling in early years can be tackled in a better way through
A
Attractive environment of the school
B
Sympathy of teachers
C
Reduction of the weight of curriculum
D
Encouragement of the students
Question 9
Suppose you are an ambitious teacher. You have high ideals for class-room teaching but your hard-labour goes in vain. The reason is that the student's result is not satisfactory. The reason of this problem is
A
Downfall in the educational level of the students
B
You egoistic teaching behaviour beyond student's own level
C
Individual differences among the students
D
The teaching has no access to students
There are 9 questions to complete.

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