Teaching Aptitude MCQ QUESTION ANSWERS UGC NET
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A child whose class is in a windowless room may have to be assigned to another class if he/she suffers from
School is the miniature form of society- this statement was given by
.......... refers to states within a person or animal that drive behavior towards some goal.
'Values are inherent in every human being' is reflected in
Presently, the schools are not able to fulfil the following
Development of moral values
Development of competence for financial prosperity
Preparation of examinations for various degrees
Development of affection and fraternity among children
Duration of lessons in macro- lesson plans is
To break down material into component parts to know its organizational structure is
Harish finishes his math work long before most of the other students in Ms. Tuhina's class. When Harish gives Ms. Tuhina his work, she gives him another sheet with similar problems on it to complete. Harish looks perplexed, but dutifully goes to his seat and completes the extra problems. This pattern continues for the next three days. On the fourth day, Harish dawdles over his work. He looks out the window, sharpens his pencil, plays with his eraser, and doodles until the last five minutes of math time, and then he buckles down and completes his math work. What would Vygotsky say about the math work that has been assigned for Harish?
The work is below Harish's zone of proximal development.
The work is within Harish's zone of proximal development.
The work is above Harish's zone of proximal development.
The work is too abstract for Harish.
Basic requirement of teaching efficiency is
Mastery on teaching skills
Mastery over use of different techniques of teaching
Mastery over appropriate use of media and technology in teaching
All of the above
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