Teaching Aptitude Online Practice Test 127

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Teaching Aptitude MCQ QUESTION ANSWERS UGC NET

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Question 1
A school district has adopted a policy prevents teachers from marking the examinations of their own students. The most valid justification of this policy is that
A
teacher favor their pet students
B
some parents pressure teachers to give their children high marks
C
teachers should not be in a position to evaluate the results of their own teaching
D
this is the best way for principals to evaluate how well pupils are learning
Question 2
What is the No of students in micro teaching?
A
1-5
B
5-10
C
10-15
D
15-20
Question 3
The process whereby the genetic factors limit an individual's responsiveness to the environment is known as
A
Discontinuity
B
Differentiation
C
Range of reaction
D
Canalization
Question 4
Which of the following is major problem arises in adolescence?
A
Ego
B
Anger
C
Psychological changes
D
Physical changes
Question 5
What should be the attitude of a teacher towards his students in the class ?
A
Discriminating
B
He should pay more attention to weak students
C
Equal for all students
D
He should pay more attention to intelligent students
Question 6
A quite, reserved fourth grader brings roadmaps to school and looks at them whenever he gets a chance. The teacher should
A
encourage the pupil to talk about them during a show and tell period
B
tell the pupil the leave the maps at home
C
plan a unit on maps and globes
D
call the mother to determine the reason for the behavior
Question 7
Cognitive Development means
A
Development of intelligence
B
Development of child
C
Development of Physical Skills
D
Development of individual
Question 8
The two factor theory of intelligence was proposed by
A
Spearman
B
Wechsler
C
Piaget
D
Binet
Question 9
Maximum participation of students is possible in teaching through: (December-2007)
A
Discussion method
B
Lecture method
C
Audio-visual aids
D
Text book method
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