MCQs on Teaching Aptitude - 6

1. The child having the difficulty in picking up objects is suspected to have
(A) Lower level of intellectual function
(B) Sight impairment
(C) Speech impairment
(D) Locomotor impairment

2. Which philosophy developed the monitorial system in classrooms?
(A) Vedic 
(B) Vedant
(C) Islam
(D) Buddhism

3. Match the following :
List – I (Thinker)     List – II (Type of Education)
I. Gandhi                 1. Shantiniketan
II. Tagore                 2. Integral Yoga
III. Aurbindo             3. Gurukul
IV. Vivekananda    4. Man making education
                                5. Wardha Scheme
Code :
      I II III IV
(A) 5 1 2 4
(B) 5 1 4 2
(C) 3 4 2 5
(D) 4 2 3 5

4. If Ram is taller than Mohan and Mohan is taller than Sohan, Ram is the tallest. This statement comes under which type of reasoning ?
(A) Inductive Reasoning
(B) Deductive Reasoning
(C) Linear Reasoning
(D) Conditioned Reasoning

5. When a poor rural girl hailing from a socially disadvantaged family gets scholarship for higher studies and then lands in a high paid job in a city it is not an instance of education becoming
(A) a vehicle for social mobility
(B) a tool for gender justice
(C) a vehicle for geographical mobility
(D) an instrument for social stratification

6. The policy of reservation of seats in higher education and in Government employment is an example for
(A) Sponsored mobility
(B) Contest mobility
(C) Cultural mobility
(D) Geographical mobility

7. What does the Counsellor do in “Observation for Recording” and “Observation for Rating”?
I. In Observation for Recording, the Counsellor acts like a versatile camera.
II. In Observation for Recording, the Counsellor records everything unmindful of the distraction caused to the client.
III. In Observation for Rating, the Counsellor does not observe the client while indulged in rating.
IV. In Observation for Rating, the Counsellor judges and rates the brain, while still observing the client.

Choose the correct answers from the code given below:
(A) I and IV
(B) II and III
(C) I and III
(D) III and IV

8. A face to face, informal interaction is considered the best technique for collecting information about the client and his/her problem. How?
(A) It helps to get first hand information about the client and his/her problem.
(B) It is very easy to organise and conduct an interview with the client.
(C) The interview can be video graphed.
(D) It is flexible and makes the client feel comfortable.

9. What is meant by the term “curriculum”
(A) The subject of study offered by an educational institution.
(B) Theory and Practical courses to be completed to qualify for a level of education.
(C) Organised whole of learning and other experiences provided by educational institutions, to realize set goals.
(D) The prescribed syllabi in the various subjects, plus practical courses and project/ dissertation.

10. What are the uses of System Analysis, when applied to classroom instruction as a sub system of the curriculum?
I. It helps to design classroom instruction differently.
II. It helps to assess the effectiveness of the existing instructional design.
III. It helps the teacher to verify results and get feedback.
IV. It helps as a novel method of reviewing classroom instruction.

Choose the correct answers from the code given below:
(A) III, IV and I
(B) I, II and III
(C) IV, I and II
(D) II, III and IV

11. Tests that do not require the use of language of the subjects but responses are in the form of activities are called as
(A) Verbal tests
(B) Non-verbal tests
(C) Performance tests
(D) None of the above

12. Match the following & select the correct answers from the codes given below:
List – I Psychological Test                                          List – II Psychologist
a. Intelligence Test                                                      i. Rorschach
b. Interest Test                                                            ii. Torrance
c. Personality Test                                                       iii. Binet
d. Creativity Test                                                        iv. Strong
v. Likert
        a b c d
(A) iii ii i v
(B) v ii iv iii
(C) iv iii ii i
(D) iii iv i ii

13. The effectiveness of a multi-media approach in teaching can be answered through
(A) Experimentation
(B) Survey
(C) Case-studies
(D) Longitudinal studies

14. Which of the following is not an example of inter-individual difference?
(A) The child is black in colour.
(B) The child is fat.
(C) The child likes potato.
(D) The nose of the child is sharp.

15. Identity versus role confusion is a characteristic of
(A) Childhood stage
(B) Adolescence stage
(C) Infancy stage
(D) Early childhood stage



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