Teaching Aptitude MCQ QUESTION ANSWERS UGC NET
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In comparing the lecture and developmental lessons, all of the following are true except that
there is more pupil activity in the developmental lesson
it is more difficult to ascertain pupil learning in a lecture lesson
the lecture method is more conducive to larger classes
slow children drive more benefit from a lecture than brighter children to
Which test is carried out to determine the ability of a learner?
Affective domain is divided into
The term "Manpower Needs" in any country requires the
People should be educated in accordance with specified jobs requirements
Enrolments in educational institutions should be decided according
Capacities of men should be fully utilized for education and training
Education at all stages should be geared to promote the powers of the educates
Family is a means of
Which of the following will not hamper effective communication in the class?
An ambiguous statement
A lengthy statement
A precise statement
A statement which allows the listener to draw his own conclusions
Each raw score of a set of scores with mean 'M' and standard deviation 's'was doubled. The new mean and standard deviation will be :
The relationship of memory level of teaching is related with the student's behavior pertaining to
Both A and B
Which of the following is the reason of making midday meal arrangement by the government in primary school?
The poor child can take the required nutrition and get balanced diet
The child can reduce the fatigue and the teachers also can regenerate their energies for further teaching
The child and teacher both satisfy their appetite and begin with fresh teaching-learning process
None of the above
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