1. A democratic teacher is one who
(A) understands the socioeconomic background of his students
(B) is affectionate even to poorly performing students
(C) tolerates non-relevant questions from the students
(D) tolerates even mischievous and aggressive behaviour in students

2. Find among the following behavior which is according to professional etiquette of a teacher:
(A) Ignoring a student, who is interested in answering a question, more than once.
(B) Saying sorry to colleague on taking five minutes of her class time due to unavoidable circumstances.
(C) Coming late to class and not giving proper excuses to students.
(D) Taking extra classes to complete syllabus.

3. The best way to establish rapport with your class is to
(A) demand the respect due to your age and states
(B) impress your students with your knowledge and skill
(C) play the role of guide who desires to help them
(D) remain aloof, be figure of authority

4. The teacher has been glorified by the phrase – “Friend, Philosopher and Guide” because
(A) He has to play all these vital roles in the context of the society
(B) He transfuses the high values of the humanity into young ones sitting in the classroom.
(C) He is a great reformer and patriotic saviour of a nation.
(D) All of these.

5. The use of media either sequentially or simultaneously in a single communication is called as
(A) Computer Assisted Instruction
(B) Multi-media Instruction
(C) Technology Aided Instruction
(D) Web Aided Instruction

6. The technology useful to student who is visually impaired, but not blind
(A) Software that magnifies everything by 2 to 16 times
(B) Hands free keyboard
(C) Text to speech software
(D) Touch screen

7. Taxonomy of teacher behaviour is developed by
(A) Workshop
(B) Refresher course
(C) Simulated training
(D) Micro teaching

8. Which of the following is not a characteristic of a gifted child?
(A) High Intelligence
(B) High Achievement
(C) Critical Analysis
(D) Conformist Attitude

9. Which of the following is true for intelligence and creativity?
(A) All intelligent children are creative.
(B) All creative children have high IQ.
(C) Some creative children have high IQ.
(D) Some creative children have low IQ.

10. Which of the following is not true for a specific aptitude?
(A) Acquired through long experience
(B) Measures potential for future behaviour
(C) Relates to limited aspect of behaviour
(D) Result of past learning or schooling

11. What are the stages involved in a comprehensive guidance programme?
Choose the correct sequence of stages
(A) Taking action, referral, appreciating problem, accepting individual, consideration of problem
(B) Consideration of problem, appreciating problem, referral, taking action, accepting individual
(C) Appreciation of problem, accepting individual, referral, consideration of problem, taking action
(D) Accepting individual, appreciating problem, consideration of problem, taking action, referral

12. What is Guidance?
I. Helping a person systematically to overcome his/her difficulties.
II. Helping an individual to understand himself/herself, his/her needs and his/her environment.
III. Helping a boy, going out of the way, to score more marks.
IV. Giving a mild electric shock and activating the brain of a person mentally disturbed.

Choose the correct answer from the given codes:
(A) I and II
(B) II and III
(C) III and IV
(D) IV and I

13. What is the distinction between formative and summative evaluation of curriculum?
I. Formative Evaluation considers a part of the course content, midway of the course and provides feedback.
II. Formative Evaluation is concerned with the form and structure of the course.
III. Summative Evaluation considers the whole course content at the end of the course, for taking important decisions.
IV. Formative Evaluation and Summative Evaluation are complementary.

Choose the correct answer from the given codes:
(A) I, II and III
(B) II, III and IV
(C) II, IV and I
(D) I, III and IV

14. What are the various concepts of curriculum?
I. Experience 
II. Subject
III. Objective
IV. Teaching

Choose the correct answer from the given codes:
(A) I, II and III
(B) II, III and IV
(C) III, IV and I
(D) IV, I and II

15. A method in which the skill and expertise of many teachers is combined to teach a class is called as
(A) Panel discussion
(B) Group discussion
(C) Team teaching
(D) Tutorial method