Teaching Aptitude MCQ QUESTION ANSWERS UGC NET
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The most important objective of teaching is to
facilitate students when it comes to the construction of knowledge and understanding
cover the Syllabus timely
create a friendly environment inside the classroom or teaching-learning process
attend and takes the classes regularly and timely
Which of the following statement is not correct :
Children are active and motivated learner
Children construct knowledge from their experiences
Interaction with ones physical and social environment is not a necessary condition for cognitive development
Cognitive development can proceed only after certain genetically controlled Changes occur.
As a teacher what would you do if you realize that the students are not understanding what is being taught in the class?
Check up the related knowledge of the students
Proceed to the next lesson to complete the syllabus
Repeat the lesson
Teach the lesson again with real-world examples
To make learning effective, a goal must be meaningful in terms ........ ?
Objectives of the curriculum
Standards of others
The needs and purposes of students
If back-benchers are always talking in the classroom a teacher should
let them do what they are doing
ask them to sit on the front benches
none of the above
Example of cognitive domain is
Describe a topic
Develop an X-ray film
Type a letter
Take responsibility for tools
Which of the following conclusions cannot be drawn from a significant correlation between variables X andY ?
X and Y vary together
Traita measured by X and Y are related
Variation in X causes variation in Y
X and Y measure some common traits
Intelligence was believed to be distributed among people :
Which one of the following psychological construct is influenced by environment?
All of the above
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