1. The first important step in teaching is
(a) planning of presentation of topic or subject.
(b) organizing the background of students for the subject
(c) organizing the material to be taught
(d) knowing the background of students

2. Failure of students in examination, it may be the fault of
(a) teacher
(b) principal
(c) students themselves
(d) both (a)and ( c)

3. In a kindergarten class it would be unreasonable to expect a child to:
(a) care for plants
(b) clean up after clay work
(c) bring an old shirt for painting activities
(d) know when it is time to clean up 

4. Of the following, the best example of an anecdotal report is: 
(a) “Tom is always fidgeting; he must be hyperactive”
(b) “ On 12/1, 12/2, 12/4, during reading group time, Tom fidgeted in his seat"
(c) “Tom doesn’t like reading; he always fidgets during a reading lesion”
(d) “Tom is always fidgeting; his parents must be putting a lot of pressure on him"

5. The trial and error method of instruction is best enhanced by:
(a) role playing
(b) programmed instruction
(c) the developmental lesson
(d) independent study

6. A parent of a fourth grader refuse to give permission for her child to go on a class trip. The teacher should first:
(a) refer the matter to the guidance counselor
(b) confer with the parent to discuss the educational purpose of the trip 
(c) give the class a homework assignment for all parents to sign, giving reasons why each child wants to go on the trip
(d) Ask another teacher in the same grade to take that child on the day of the trip

7. All of the following are evidence of a good class audio-visual programme except:
(a) using globes and maps to teach geographic skills and concepts 
(b) developing a weekly list of recommended television programmes for home viewing
(c) teacher previewing of all filmstrips to be shown to the class
(d) allowing children to decide which educational television programmes they will view in class

8. An increase in comprehension skill is most likely to result from: 
(a) guided silent reading
(b) guided oral reading
(c) unstructured silent reading
(d) the teacher reading to the class

9. In dealing with a class that is misbehaving, the teacher’s least effective course of action is to
(a) ask the principal to observe him/her and make recommendations
(b) lower the grades of pupils who create the most serious infractions
(c) isolate those most responsible for the misbehaviour
(d) ascertain the extent to which his/her methods and/or curriculum are responsible

10. Teachers should study the educational philosophy because
(a) They Do Not Know It.
(b) They Do Not Have Their Won Philosophy 
(c) Philosophy Is The Backbone Of All Disciplines
(d) They May Improve Their Work By Clarifying Their Own Philosophy

11. A fourth grade child takes the possessions of pupils who sit near her. The teacher’s best initial step is to
(a) isolate the child in a corner of the room
(b) make a note of this behaviour in the child’s permanent record
(c) ignore the behaviour, as it will eventually disappear
(d) arrange a parent conference to try to determine causation

12. All of the following are appropriate areas for pupil teacher planning except
(a) the day’s schedule
(b) the selection of committees
(c) the sequence in a skills programme
(d) a class party

13. All of the following are examples of intrinsic motivation except
(a) encouraging pupils to help develop the aim of a lesson
(b) permitting pupils to evaluate each other’s answers
(c) utilizing pupils backgrounds and experiences
(d) giving short quizzes at the beginning of a lesson

14. Why should you prefer teaching to other profession?
(a) For The Service Of Humanity.
(b) For Love Of Teaching
(c) For Love To Young (Youth)
(d) For Mastery Over The Subject Of Teaching

15. The best way by a teacher to introduce a new subject by
(a) Giving A Broad Outline Of The Subject
(b) Relating It To Daily Life Situation
(c) Relating It To Previously Studied Subject Or Course Material.
(d) Any Of These