Q No 1: Good reading aims at developing:————-?
A. Understanding B. Sensitivity C. Pronunciation D. Increasing factual knowledge
Q No 2: Success in developing values is mainly development upon———–?
A. Family B. Society C. Government D. Teacher
Q No 3: How does an effective teacher make students attentive in class?
A. By distributing sweets B. By punishing naughty children C. By making one’s teaching interesting D. By telling stories
Q No 4: Conferences are face to face————-?
A. Discussions B. Negotiations C. Meetings D. None of these
Q No 5: A written work by a student to demonstrate some literary or linguistic knowledge, is termed as————-?
A. Demonstration B. Comprehension C. Composition D. Homework
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Q No 6: When the teacher checks the students work using multiple sources of information, the task is called————?
A. Cross-Checking B. Cross-matching C. Cross-cutting D. None of these
Q No 7: When a learner is learning to satisfy his needs and wants, he is actually doing————–?
A. Cognitive learning B. Sensory learning C. Experiential learning D. Behavioral learning
Q No 8: In a ———- student’s formally present material then respond to questions from the audience?
A. Dialogue B. Discussion C. Symposium D. Seminar
Q No 9: All the verbal and non-verbal communications between teachers and students are called————-?
A. Signals B. Gestures C. Hints D. Dialogues
Q No 10: An old but effective teaching strategy is————?
A. Read Aloud B. Reading C. Silent Reading D. All of these
Q No 11: ————- is a method where the students ask questions each other during presentations.
A. Peer Classification B. Oral Questioning C. Peer Questioning D. Peer Tutoring
Q No 12: The most important duty of a teacher is———–?
A. Complete the syllabus B. Maintain discipline in the class C. Understand the student D. Teach well
Q No 13: If students do not understand what is taught in the class the teacher should:
A. Repeat the lesson once again B. Teach the lesson again giving more examples C. Proceed to the next Lesson so that syllabus could be covered D. Checkup the previous knowledge of the students in the topic
Q No 14: Which of the following is not related to educational achievement?
A. Practice B. Experiences C. Self-learning D. Heredity
Q No 15: Interactive phase is likely to fail if—————?
A. Diagnostic phase is defective B. Interactive phase is not properly activated C. Post active phase is not properly planned D. Both A and B
Q No 16: Reliability of an assessment relates to the ———- of an assessment?
A. usefulness B. quality C. consistency D. relevance
Q No 17: The affective domain involves————-?
A. learning B. knowledge C. manner (Answer) D. physical movement
Q No 18: What was the relation between Socrates and Plato?
A. Socrates was student of Plato B. Plato was student of Socrates C. Socrates and Plato were brothers D. Socrates and Plato were colleagues
Q No 19: In direct instruction method or lecture method the teacher is considered as —-?
A. partner B. facilitator C. delegator D. formal authority
Q No 20: An assessment is ———- if it consistently achieves the same results with the same (or similar) students.
A. Valid B. Invalid C. Reliable D. Unreliable
Q No 21: As people gets older, the ability of applying or maintain attention————-?
A. increases B. decreases (Answer)Page 14
C. stays constant D. remains unaffected
Q No 22: According to the ———-, the more you do something, the better you are at it.
A. law of effect B. law of exercise (Answer) C. law of readiness D. law of connectionism
Q No 23: The advocators of philosophy of Pragmatism believe that reality is———-?
A. imagination B. stagnant C. constantly changing (Answer) D. related to mind
Q No 24: A popular teacher is one who?
A. Is favorite of children (Answer) B. Respects children’s parents C. Loves children D. Is favorite of parents
Q No 25: The famous book “The Republic” was written by————?
A. Socrates B. Plato C. Aristotle D. John Locke
Q No 26: An assessment that is conducted prior to the start of teaching or instruction is called————-?
A. initial assessment (Answer) B. formal assessment C. formative assessmentPage 15
D. summative assessment
Q No 27: The models based on the philosophy that learning occurs when there are changes in mental structure are called————?
A. Knowledge Learning Models B. Effective Learning Models C. Cognitive Learning Models D. Psychomotor learning models
Q No 28: Rather than “telling,” teacher leads students to concept through a series of ordered questions in————?
A. Socratic Method B. Aristotelian Method C. Heuristic Method D. Platonic Method
Q No 29: Which from the following is termed as student-centered learning method?
A. Direct Instruction B. Inquiry-Based Learning C. Cooperative learning (Answer)
Q No 30:The Waldorf education approach emphasizes a balanced development of————?
A. head and heart B. head and hands C. heart and hands D. head, heart, and hands
Q No 31:The extinction technique of classroom management is a technique where teacher ———- any negative behavior.
A. divert B. ignore (Answer) C. encourage D. discourage
Q No 32: In co-education you:—————?
A. You deal according to need B. You give preference to boys over girls C. Make separate rows of boys and girls D. You give preference to none
Q No 33: When taking a project you would:
A. Not mind failure as you feel even then you will learn something B. Take it up only when you are assured of co-operation of others and success C. Plan it very carefully and see that there is no chance of failure D. Be hurt if criticized and leave the project if criticism is too much
Q No 33: A common technique to help people begin the creative process is————?
A. calculations B. brain storming C. thoroughness D. mental shortcuts
Q No 34: A/An ———- assessment is one which measures what it is intended to measure.
A. Valid B. Invalid C. Reliable D. Unreliable
Q No 35: According to John Dewey, educational process has two sides:Page 17
A. economical and sociological B. psychological and sociological C. economical and philosophical D. sociological and philosophical
Q No 36: Epistemology is the branch of philosophy concerned with the theory of —-?
A. education B. learning C. knowledge D. philosophy of education
Q No 37: The simplest skill in cognitive domain of Bloom’s taxonomy is———-?
A. remembering B. understanding C. evaluating D. synthesizing
Q No 38: You are a famous teacher, but students are not satisfied with your teaching style. How you will teach them?
A. Will take training again to reform the style B. Will change your style according to students C. Will make harmony with student’s style D. Will tell about your style first
Q No 39: When the teacher forms different groups among the students that take turns asking other groups questions the strategy he/she is using is the—————?
A. Cooperative Learning B. Cooperative Review C. Group work D. Cooperative Thinking
Q No 40: The cooperative learning method which combines whole class learning plus heterogeneous small groups is termed as:Page 18
A. Circles of learning B. Circles of knowledge C. Circles of conceptual learning D. None of these
Q No 41: One on one approach to teaching or re-teaching concepts is termed as———–?
A. Counselling B. Tutoring C. Guidance D. None of these
Q No 42: ——– is a student generated list of words maintained by the student’s to remind them of words they need more work on?
A. World list B. Spelling Notebook C. Matching words D. None of these
Q No 43: When the teacher displays picture for a second or two then asks students to describe as much as they can remember from what they saw he or she is trying to improve————-?
A. Visual Memory of the students B. Memorization of the students C. Oral Memory of the students D. None of these
Q No 44: According to John Locke, a child’s mind does not contain any————–?
A. innate ideas B. memory C. observation D. imagination
Q No 45: The ———- says, we are motivated to gain rewards and avoid punishments.
A. law of effect B. law of exercise C. law of readiness D. law of connectionism
Q No 46: According to the philosophy of Idealism in education, the subject matter of curriculum should be—————?
A. mathematics B. science C. physical world D. mind
Q No 47: According to the theory of forms (or theory of ideas) material world is a/an ———- of the real world.
A. shadow B. image C. part D. sign
Q No 48: The skill when students try to build abstract knowledge is called———-?
A. originating B. characterizing C. evaluating D. synthesizing
Q No 49: The “Academy” was founded in———–?
A. Athens B. Stagira C. Macedonia D. Chakis
Q No 50: According to Aristotle, virtue is a/an ———- state between excess and deficiency.Page 20
A. natural B. intermediate C. real D. artificial
Q No 51: The process of selecting units from a population to estimate characteristics of the population is called————?
A. analyzing B. inference C. research D. sampling
Q No 52: An aspect of pragmatism is experiential learning, which says, education should come through———–?
A. experience B. practice C. knowledge D. observations
Q No 53: The use of a physical punishment for class management is called————?
A. extinction technique B. satiation technique C. time out technique D. corporal punishment
Q No 54: An assessment that is carried out through the course is called———-?
A. initial assessment B. diagnostic assessment C. formative assessment . summative assessment
Q No 55: In John Dewey’s student-centered approach of learning, the role of the teacher is of a————?
A. formal authority B. delegator C. instructor D. facilitator
Q No 56: Which of the following is the social characteristics of a child?
A. He understands the tone of voice .i.e. love or hate B. He recognizes his mother in the third month C. His play is self-centered D. All of the above
Q No 57: Which one is not among the elements of Active learning?
A. Language B. Manipulation C. Practically D. Materials
Q No 58: Which of these skills do you consider extremely important for a teacher?
A. Listening Skills B. Managerial Skills C. Oration Skills D. Teaching Skills
Q No 59: Aneela is eight years old girl. She does not like to study. You as a teacher:
A. Requests her to study despite she is not interested B. Give her oral work C. Describes the benefits of study D. Leave on her own in the class