1. One of the following statements is correct, identify it :
(A) A scholar in his/her subject need not prepare and go to the class.
(B) Preparation for the class is not needed for well experienced teachers.
(C) Irrespective of his/her experience or scholarship, a teacher needs to prepare and enter the class every time.
(D) A skilled teacher can manage classes even without preparation.

2. A teacher is strict in maintaining discipline in class in curricular and extracurricular activities. But there is always room for discussion regarding clarification of doubts in teaching-learning and conducting other activities. What is the approach of teacher towards students?
(A) Authoritative
(B) Democratic
(C) Flexible
(D) Rigid

3. Among the following teachers, whom you will like the most?
(A) One who uses motion picture as a last resort.
(B) One who uses charts and maps.
(C) One who uses boards occasionally.
(D) One who uses film projector along with the proper use of the board.

4. In a survey for finding opinions of students on influence of teachers’ behaviour towards them, one student said, “A teacher who cannot follow rules and regulations is of no use to anyone.” The comment points towards which behaviour of a teacher ?
(A) A teacher needs to be efficient in content delivery.
(B) A teacher needs to be a model to students in all aspects.
(C) A teacher first needs to be obedient before asking students to be so.
(D) From teacher, students learn all misbehaviour.

5. The teacher’s major contribution towards the maximum self realization of the child is best affected through
(A) constant fulfillment of the child’s needs
(B) strict control of classroom activities
(C) sensitivity to pupil needs, goals and purposes
(D) strict reinforcement of academic students

6. Which of the following is the most important quality of a teacher?
(A) Punctuality
(B) Content mastery
(C) Content mastery and communication competency
(D) Sociability

7. What are the checks and balances available in society for regulating social behaviour of people?
I. Mores, Folkways and Institutions
II. Enacted Laws and Punishments
III. Meditation and Prayer
IV. Reading religious books

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

8. What is meant by ‘Culture’?
(A) Complex whole of what man has achieved as being a member of the society.
(B) Sophistication in dress, food, etc.
(C) Civilization marked by the use of modern electric home appliances
(D) Using of computers, mobile phones, internet, etc.

9. Which of the following description of a classroom best illustrates the use of technology in teaching and learning ?
(A) Classroom well decorated with pictures, charts and maps.
(B) Classroom provided with PC and CCTV connections.
(C) Classroom provided with electric supply for using gadgets.
(D) Both (A) and (B).

10. “Reverse the usual practice and you will almost always do right” was the dictum of
(A) Plato
(B) Rousseau
(C) Mahatma Gandhi
(D) Dewey

11. Who is the exponent of experience centered curriculum?
(A) Froebel
(B) John Dewey
(C) Stevenson
(D) Parker

12. Which of the following was Ottway’s view on “Education and Social Change” ?
(A) Education changes the society
(B) Educational change follows social change
(C) Educational change and social change are independent of one another.
(D) Educational change and social change are interdependent, but which is the cause and which is the effect can’t be determined.

13. Schools are basically social institutions because :
(A) They preserve and instill in future generations values of our culture.
(B) They suggest ways and means of social progress.
(C) They suggest solutions to social problems.
(D) They are established by the society.

14. Which of the following activities strictly comes under the management of teaching-learning activity ?
(A) Recruitment of teachers
(B) Preparation of time table
(C) Equipping the classrooms
(D) Appointing attending staff

15. If a student fails to answer a question in your class, you will
(A) punish her
(B) ask her to sit down
(C) try to prompt her
(D) ask another student to answer