Teaching Aptitude - MCQs with answers - Part 81. Majority of the students in a class misbehave, what does it tell you?
a) Presence of distractions in the class
b) Lack of a code of conduct
c) Too many rules
d) General indiscipline amongst students View Answer / Hide Answer
2. You come a cross a a teacher who believes that students are naturally curious and that the best way to encourage learning is through a process of 'self-discovery'. Such a students is highly likely to encourage _____________ to learn.
ANSWER: d) General indiscipline amongst students
Faculty must play a crucial role to bring erring students on the track with tact and diplomacy. They must make students aware about their future and explain the cons of bad behavior.
b) Extrinsic motivation
d) Intrinsic motivationView Answer / Hide Answer
3. Young adolescents rebel to express their ________.
ANSWER: d) Intrinsic motivation
Intrinsic motivation refers to motivation that comes from inside an individual.
a) External discipline imposed
b) Their creativity
c) Their desire for freedom
d) Their personal inadequacyView Answer / Hide Answer
4. You have an aggressive student in your class. Which of the following would you adopt to handle him?
ANSWER: c) Their desire for freedom
Teenagers who are good and trustworthy sometimes resort to bad behavior for the quest of freedom.
a) Allow him the opportunity to act aggressively
b) Explain him about the harmful consequences of aggression
c) Punish him
d) Put him in a highly frustrating and enbarrassing situation View Answer / Hide Answer
5. _________ undertook the innovative project 'Lok Jumbish People's movement for Education for All'?
ANSWER: b) Make him aware of the harmful consequences of aggression
Help the students develop the skills necessary to manage emotions that can lead to aggressive outbursts.
b) Madhya Pradesh
d) Uttar PradeshView Answer / Hide Answer
6. Can a teacher suspend a student?
ANSWER: c) Rajasthan
Lok Jumbish (LJ) was intended as a people's movement for Universal Primary Education (UPE). It began in 1992. It was funded till 1999 by Swedish International Development Agency, Government of India and Government of the state of Rajasthan in the ratio 3:2:1.
b) NoView Answer / Hide Answer
7. A blackboard cannot be used for __________.
ANSWER: b) No
It is illegal for teacher to administer corporal punishment. A teacher may only suspend a student if there is no principal for the school.
a) Improvement of a paragraph
b) Making reports based on information
c) Show schematic diagrams
d) Summary of relationships between factsView Answer / Hide Answer
8. Exams are held to _________.
ANSWER: b) Making reports based on information
a) Assess learners skills
b) Identify learning problems
c) Identify the level of learning
d) Rank students for selection View Answer / Hide Answer
9. Which of the following policies was introduced in 1975?
ANSWER: a) Assess learners skills
The examination methods and questions have a large impact on how and when students study and what they learn.
a) Curriculum for the 10 year school
b) Kothari Commission Report
c) Macauly Report
d) Radhakrishnan Report View Answer / Hide Answer
10. The purpose of the textbook is to provide _________
ANSWER: a) Curriculum for the 10 year school
A publication entitled "The Curriculum for the Ten-Year School-A Framework" was published by the National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT).
a) A learning material based on a syllabus to a learner
b) A material to teachers to base teaching on
c) A material forming the basis and content for examinations
d) Reading and reference materials for the teachersView Answer / Hide Answer
ANSWER: a) A learning material in the hands of a learner based on a syllabus
A textbook is a manual of instruction in any branch of study. Textbooks are produced according to the demands of educational institutions.