Teaching Aptitude - MCQs with answers - Part 91. What is the purpose of the assignments in the text book?
a) To act as a guidance for the unit tests
b) To provide practice to the learners
c) To helpd learner revise and review the chapter
d) To aid teachersView Answer / Hide Answer
2. The aim of the Charter Act of 1813 was _________ ?
ANSWER: b) To provide practice to the learners
a) Government control on education
b) To make English education common
c) To spend money on education
d) To spread education worldwideView Answer / Hide Answer
3. If your puirpose is ___________, group work is not a good idea.
ANSWER: c) To spend money on education
It allotted Rs 100,000 to promote education in India.
a) To improve coordination and sharing
b) Division of work and responsibility
c) To identify different aspects of a problem
d) To overcoming learning difficultiesView Answer / Hide Answer
4. 'Generation gap' refers to ___________________.
ANSWER: c) To identify different aspects of a problem
Group projects can help students develop skills specific to collaborative efforts.
a) Attitude of adults to teenagers
b) Difference in values of different age groups
c) Problems of teenagers
d) The growing awareness of adolescentsView Answer / Hide Answer
5. Choice of a vocation depends ___________
ANSWER: b) Difference in values of different age groups
The generational gap is a term referring to differences between people of younger generations and their elders.
a) Ease of admission
b) Income generated by the occupation
c) Interest and skills of the learner
d) Subjects a student learnt at school View Answer / Hide Answer
6. ________ is suitable to slow learners.
ANSWER: c) Interest and skills of the learner
A vocation is an occupation to which a person is specially drawn.
a) Creative writing
b) Learning by rote
c) Mechanical repetition of an action
d) Role playingView Answer / Hide Answer
7. Why should a teacher be an idealist and set examples?
ANSWER: b) Learning by rote
Rote learning is a memorization technique based on repetition. The idea is that one will be able to quickly recall the meaning of the material the more one repeats it.
a) Students do not have values
b) Students usually imitate teachers
c) Teacher is an adult
d) Teacher is a paternal figureView Answer / Hide Answer
8. What is the importance of having developed senses?
ANSWER: b) Students usually imitate teachers
The potency of imitation as a component of learning in social situations has been developed by the social learning theorists.
a) For all round mental development
b) To achieve happiness
c) Other learnings depend on them
d) For physical well being View Answer / Hide Answer
ANSWER: c) ) Other learnings depend on them