Teaching Aptitude MCQ QUESTION ANSWERS UGC NET
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What is the most important contribution that a teacher can make in the classroom?
Develop interest in the lesson
Impart knowledge of the subject
Reduce tension and make learning creative
Set high achievement levels
The aim of National Council for teacher education is
to open college of education
to promote research in education
to maintain standards in colleges of education
to provide grant to colleges of education
Which one of the following gives emphasis on below statement? Give me a child, I can develop him as I like
Both A and B
None of the above
Which is the SECOND step in the problem solving method?
Recognition and definition of problem
Formulation of hypothesis
With reference to solo taxonomy one aspect of a task is understood in
Extended abstract level
When a child imitating elderly behaviour through role modelling, then it is called
Which of the following is highest academic qualification?
Method is based on the facts that students learn association, activity and cooperation is known as
A tenth-grade student feels overwhelmed by an assignment to write a term paper on an assigned topic. The teacher's advice is to approach the task by breaking it into smaller subtasks with which the student has more experience. Which of the following activities is most consistent with this method?
First writing on a topic that is familiar and then adding material about how this topic is related to the assignment
Preparing a bibliography of books and articles about the topic
Finding two sources of information on the topic and reading each to see what they have in common
Drafting a paper and reading it aloud to a friend to determine which parts need to be revised to be made more intelligible.
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