Teaching Aptitude MCQ QUESTION ANSWERS UGC NET
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The mean score on any class test is the result of
dividing the sum of all scores by the number of scores
determining the middle score when all the scores have been listed from the highest to the lowest
determining the most frequent score.
Adding all the scores and dividing by the most frequent score
Four conditions that must exist in a classroom before any motivational strategies can be successful
The teacher must be a supportive person
The classroom must be disorganized
The tasks set for students must not be authentic
Constant disruption in class
Vocationalisation of education has the object of
Preparing students for a vocation along with knowledge
Giving more importance to vocation than general education
Converting liberal education into vocational education
Creating an educational bias among vocational people
Generally when it is witnessed that the child is somewhat different from his parents, it can be interpreted through the genetic law of
None of the above
The student is treated as the dependent variable in teaching process because
The students follows the teachers advice
The student learns according to teachers teaching
The students always debate with teacher
All of the above
Which of the following will make students interested in the lesson?
When the lesson is taught with video programmes
When it provides all the information that they need
When the teacher is charming
When they expect to see the chapter in the competitive exams
The development of the abilities related with learning in children takes place through
All of the above
Fundamental duties of citizens were provided
By the school principle
In the Constitution of India
Which one is NOT the Psychological principle of teaching?
Proceed from concrete to abstract
Proceed from complex to simple
Proceed from known to unknown
Proceed from simple to difficult
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