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Pedagogy and Teaching Aptitude Questions For OAVS and Contractual Teacher Exams - Exam2Cracks

Pedagogy and Teaching Aptitude Important Questions 

Pedagogy and Teaching Aptitude Questions
OAVS and Contractual Teacher Exams

1. What do you mean by curriculum?
A) Free education through the government
B) Process of development in the child
C) Acquisition of knowledge, skills, values, beliefs,
D) Detailed plan for instruction set by policy-makers..

2. Which of the following is the primary aim of educational psychology?
A) To contribute to associate understanding of sound educational practices..
B) To provide the teacher with a larger appreciation of his role in the education of the kid
C) To provide the educational background essential for effective teaching
D) To provide a theoretical framework for academic analysis

3. Project method of teaching is NOT based on the following principle
A) Principle of readiness
B) Learning by doing
C) Principle of uniformity..
D) Principle of utility

4. The concept of 'Emotional intelligence' was developed by
A) Daniel Golman..
B) Gagne
C) Jerome Bruner
D) Vygotsky

5. Facial expression is a kind of
A) non-verbal communication..
B) oral communication
C) verbal communication
D) written communication

6) The following is the correct order of the parts of teaching
A) post active, interactive and pre active
B) pre active, interactive and post active..
C) interactive, pre active and post active
D) interactive and intra active pre active

7) What does SCERT stand for?
A) State Committee of Evaluation Review and Transit
B) State Committee of Environmental Research and Test
C) State Council of Educational Research and Training..
D) State Council of Evaluation Research and Trade

8) The most challenging aspect of classroom management is
A) Disruptive students..
B) Building relationship
C) Setting clear expectations
D) Demonstrating the behaviour we want to see

9) Design Thinking technique is NOT based on resolving real-life cases through
A) Brainstorming
B) Innovation
C) Introduction..
D) Group analysis

10) Cannon-Bard Theory and James-Lange Theory are both related to
A) emotional development..
B) social development
C) psychological development
D) physical development

11) A micro class should have the following number of students:
A) 5-10..
B) 10-15
C) 15-20
D) 20 and above

12) Which of the following is one of the alternatives to Rote learning?
A) Shallow learning
B) Repetitive learning
C) Passive learning
D) Associative learning..

13) Identify the one from the following which is NOT a key element of teaching learning process.
A) Environment
B) Teacher
C) Blackboard..
D) Student

14) Psychology may be defined as
A) Study of the society
B) Study of the soul
C) Study of behaviour..
D) Study of physical attributes

15) Which philosopher emphasized that the purpose of education was the discovery of the psychic self?
A) Dewey
B) Gautam Buddha
C) Aurobindo..
D) Rousseau

16) Who said “Teaching is that the arrangement of contingencies of reinforcement.” Who said these words?
A) Morrison
B) Plato
C) Skinner..
D) Ryan

17) The Expectancy theory is mostly associated with
A) intelligence
B) memory
C) creativity
D) motivation..

18) Young children generally learn in the presence of a more knowledgeable other. This theory was given by
A) Thorndike
B) Skinner
C) Vygotsky
D) Freud..

19) The concept of micro teaching was developed in
A) Princeton University
B) Oxford University
C) Cambridge University
D) Stanford University..

20) " The art of education will never attain complete clearness in itself without philosophy." Who said these words?
A) Dewey
B) Spencer
C) Gandhi
D) Fichte..

21) Right to Education came into effect on
A) April 1, 2001
B) April 1, 2010..
C) May 1, 2001
D) April 10, 2010

22)Who said "Micro teaching is a scaled down teaching encounter in class size and class time,"
A) Griffiths
B) Shore
C) Allen..
D) Jangira

23) The cognitive framework that is present in the mind of a learner is called
A) blue print
B) pillars
C) schema..
D) designs

24) Which of the following methods is also known as Discussion Method?
A) Simple method
B) Scientific method
C) When it is beyond the capacity of the teacher to understand
D) Socratic method..

25) The concept of general and specific intelligence was given by
A) Spearman..
B) Thorndike
C) Thurstone
D) Gardner

26) "By education, I mean an all-round drawing out of the best in the child and man in body, mind and spirit." – Who said these words?
A) Ramakrishna paramahansa
B) Vivekananda
C) Mahatma Gandhi..
D) Aurobindo

27) Identify the advantage of team teaching from the following
A) No personality conflict
B) Improvement of quality teaching..
C) Lack of rigidity among teachers
D) Good time management

28) Identify the advantages of the Observation method in education.
A) One can study opinions
B) Best for the study of human behavior..
C) Sampling cannot be brought into use
D) Problems of the past can be studied

29) As "plants are fashioned by cultivation, men through education". Whose words are these
A) Dewey
B) Thorndike
C) Kilpatrick
D) Rousseau..

30) "Children have inborn tendency to copy their seniors and both in psychological and social development"
A) Jean Piaget
B) Erikson
C) Baldwin..
D) Ivan Pavlov

31) What do you mean by 'deductive method'?
A) General to specific..
B) Concrete to abstract
C) Known to unknown
D) Simple to complex

32) What is the aim of education?
A) All round development of the personality of a child..
B) Spiritual development of the personality of a child
C) Social development of the personality of a child
D) Mental development of the personality of a child

33) Identify the English philosopher who suggested the concept of tabula rasa, or the idea that the mind is essentially a blank slate at birth that knowledge is then developed through experience and learning.
A) Roger Bacon
B) John Locke..
C) Bertrand Russel
D) John Dewey

34) Which of the following is an example of associative learning?
A) Behaviour analysis
B) Playing
C) Instructional designing
D) Classical conditioning..

35) The real goal of the education should be :
=> Securing a certificate
=> Training to made a living
=> Mastery of the subject matter
=> Acquiring skills, habits and knowledge..
36) “Life as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever". Whose quote is this?
=> Mark Twain
=> Oscar Wilde
=> Nelson Mandela
=> Mahatma Gandhi..
37) Most important work of teacher is :
=> To maintain discipline
=> To organize teaching work effectively..
=> To take care of students
=> To check the papers of the students
38. Setting goals and deciding strategies of teaching occurs in which phase of teaching?
(A) Pre active phase..
(B) Post active phase
(C) Interactive phase
(D) Exit Phase
39. The maximum goal of education is
(A) Diffusion of knowledge, values, attitudes and norms of relationships required for playing adult role..
(B) Upbringing of the progeny
(C) Management of the organization
(D) Working for the nation
40. Identify the disadvantage of the Lecture method from the following.
(A) Direct experience
(B) Facts presentation in short time
(C) Results in dictation..
(D) Emphasis on independent reading
41. Effectiveness of teaching is more when there is the use of
(A) Words..
(B) Projects or excursions
(C) Coloured slides
(D) Working models
43. In which of the following methods, to promote active learning, a teacher asks questions to students during the course of teaching?
(A) Scientific method
(B) Lecture method
(C) Playway method
(D) Socratic method..
44. Which of the following is one of the purposes of performance appraisal?
(A) To provide feedback..
(B) To identify the background
(C) To provide more marks
(D) To emphasize the negative
45. Integral Education is the true aim of education, according to
(A) Sri Vivekananda
(B) Sri Aurobindo..
(C) Sri Rabindranath Tagore
(D) Mrs. Annie Besant
46. Name the dimension of equality and social justice for which the school system will have to strive for.
(A) Social disturbance
(B) Moral difference
(C) Economic disparity..
(D) Psychological disparity
47. Which of the following is advised by the teacher in whose class there are a few gifted students?
(A) The students are treated equally along with the class
(B) The students will be asked to be in the higher classes
(C) Special classes with enriched programmes can be Conducted..
(D) Whenever the students want, they will be taught
48. In which of the following activities does a teacher present a question or situation and gives learners a short time to answer freely and suggest solutions or ideas?
(A) Demonstration
(B) Brain storming..
(C) Dramatization
(D) Case studies
49. Identify from the following, the agencies which are developed with the specific and exclusive aim of imparting education.
(A) Informal agencies of education
(B) Non-formal agencies of education
(C) Passive agencies of education
(D) Formal Agencies of Education..
50. Which of the following is a typical behaviour exhibited by an adolescent?
(A) Religious
(B) Rebellious..
(C) Obedient
(D) Submissive
51. ‘Aimlessness' is one of the problems of secondary education. Which of the following should be aimed at, to counter this problem?
(A) Development of private schools
(B) Development of attitudes
(C) Development of democratic citizens..
(D) Development of communication skills
52. Determining factors of individual differences in human beings are related to
(A) Differences in environment
(B) Differences in heredity
(C) Differences in assimilation and accommodation
(D) Interaction between heredity and environment..
53. In order to join the teaching profession, what is more important?
(a) Percentage of marks
(b) Teaching aptitude..
(c) Your belonging to reserved category
( d) Belonging to a family of teachers
54. Maximum classroom problems are due to:
(a) Faulty curriculum
(b) Less intelligent students
(c) Ineffective teaching..
(d) Faulty examination system
55. The best remedy of the students problems related with learning is:
(a) Diagnostic teaching..
(b) Suggestion for private tutor
(c) Supervised study
(d) Suggestion for hard work
56. The real aim of teaching is
(a) To give knowledge and information
(b) To involve pupils activities
(c)  To impart knowledge
(d) Desirable change in behaviour..
57. The ideal teacher : .
(a) Teaches the whole curriculum
(b) Helps the students in learning
(c) Maintain good discipline
(d) Is a friend, philosopher
58. The intellectual skills are reflected by
(a) Cognitive domain..
(b) Psychomotor domain
(c) Affective domain
(d) None of these
59. Which ministry at the centre deals with education :
(A) Education Ministry
(B) Finance Ministry
(C) Human Resources Development Ministry
(D) AII of the above
60. Which of the following affects an individual's development at a given time?
(A) Their experiences
 (B) Interaction of nature and nurture..
(C) Inherited potentialities
(D) Social pressure on the individual 

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