Teaching Aptitude Online Practice Test 10

By | September 8, 2017

Teaching Aptitude MCQ QUESTION ANSWERS UGC NET

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Question 1
What is the main purpose of punishment to students?
A
Demonstrate authority
B
Protect others from doing the same
C
Reform the offender
D
Retaliate for the wrong that has been done
Question 2
Team teaching is chartered by all of the following except
A
the use of large group lectures
B
group planning
C
inflexible groupings
D
differentiated personnel assignments
Question 3
Naturalism in education means
A
Introduction of physical sciences in education
B
Giving more importance to mind than to matter
C
Making discrimination between mind and consciousness
D
Supporting both mind and consciousness equally
Question 4
Who is regarded as the Father of Educational Sociology?
A
Auguste Comte
B
Ivor Morrish
C
George Payne
D
None of the above
Question 5
It is advantage of giving home work that students
A
remain busy at home
B
study at home
C
may be checked for their progress
D
may develop habit of self study
Question 6
What advantage do objective type tests have over essay tests?
A
They are easier to interpret
B
They require less technical knowledge
C
The sampling content can be wider
D
They take less time to prepare
Question 7
If majority of students in your class are weak you should
A
not care about the intelligent students
B
keep your speed of teaching fast so that students comprehension level may increase
C
keep your teaching slow
D
keep your teaching slow along with some extra guidance to bright pupils
Question 8
The industrial revolution that started in the West to begin with had the following effect on education
A
Shifting the emphasis from the lower class culture to the middle class culture
B
Shifting the centre of gravity from the middle to the lower class culture
C
Introduction of mass educational programmes
D
Introduction of vocationalisation of education
Question 9
You overhear a student coming out of class saying, ``A D! I knew it! I've never been any good at science!''How would Bandura explain this student's reaction to her poor grade?
A
The student has low self-efficacy in science.
B
The student has not been adequately reinforced for prior success in science.
C
The student has a performance goal orientation.
D
The student views ability as malleable.
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