Chapter 26. Learning and teaching

1. Which of the following cognitive functions is used for the given information?
(a) to describe (b) to identify
(c) differentiate (d) classify
Ans: (c)

2. The minimum level of cognitive acquisition is
(a) Knowledge (b) Realization
(c) Application (d) Analysis
Ans: (a)

3. To require the learners that they’re the same as knowledge : he has accepted it as the will presented.
(a) is good because it is easy for the teacher to assess
(b) is an effective assessment tool
(c) problematic, because people tend to interpret the experiences and knowledge of the As-the-facts re : Do not produced
(d) is good because we start recording whatever is on our mind
Ans: (c)

4. Which of the following statements is not correct in the context of teaching?
(A) Teaching one end : the operational process
(b) Teaching is a three-way process
(c) Teaching is an effect-directed process
(d) Teaching is a process confined to class only
Ans: (d)

5. Which of the following levels is not related to the affective side of Bloom’s classification of educational objectives?
(a) administration (b) response
(c) Solicitation (d) Knowledge
Ans: (d)

6. Which of the following is not related to cognitive field?
(a) valuation (b) application
(c) Perception (d) Knowledge
Ans: (a)

8. Education helps children, their-
(a) Physical development (b) Only in mental development
(c) all round development (d) only in character development
Ans: (c)

9. According to you, teaching is-
(a) a process (b) an art
(c) A skill (d) Both (b) and (c)
Ans: (d)

10. The purpose of education is-
(a) Making a good citizen
(b) Creation of individuals who are useful to the society
(c) Building practicality
(d) All of the above
Ans: (d)

11. How is learning recognized in classroom teaching?
(a) personal adjustment
(b) Social and political discrimination
(c) behavior change
(d) Preparation for special large employment
Ans: (c)

12. Which option is inconsistent in formulating objective-based questions based on Bloom’s classification?
(a) analysis (b) evaluation
(c) self-realization (d) application
Ans: (c)

13. The aim of education should be
(a) To develop professional skills in students
(b) Developing social consciousness among students
(c) Preparing students for the exam
(d) To prepare students for practical life
Ans: (d)

14. Teaching is defined as follows
(a) Simplification of learning
(b) Transfer of knowledge by teachers and learning by students
(c) reading textbooks
(d) Transfer of knowledge by teachers
Ans: (b)

15. There are two major objectives of education
(a) Knowledge of subjects and mental development of children
(b) Giving knowledge of subjects and preparing for examination
(c) To give knowledge of subjects and make them memorized
(d) Imparting knowledge of subjects and developing professional skills
Ans: (a)

16. Which of the following statements is not true about teaching?
(a) Teaching can be improved
(b) Teaching is formal and informal
(c) Teaching is science as well as art
(d) Teaching is induction.
Ans: (d)

17. Learning contributes to education
(a) in behavior change (b) gaining new experience
(c) in adjustment (d) in all of them.
Ans: (d)

18. Select the correct answer for the following spaces:
(a) cognitive and psychomotor (b) cognitive
(c) affective (d) physical ability
Ans: (c)

19. The most important objective of education is
(a) Azivika tanning (b) All- round development of the child
(c) Learning to read and write (d) Intellectual development
Ans: (b)

20. Bloom’s taxonomy is a hierarchical arrangement of – – -.
(a) Curriculum announcements (b) Reading skills
(c) Cognitive objectives (d) Achievement goals
Ans: (c)

21. Which of the following cognitive functions is used to analyze the given information?
(a) to describe (b) to identify
(c) differentiate (d) classify
Ans: (c)

22. Teaching Education Cycle affects the child’s performance, because the child …………… enables.
(a) To practice the same things again and again
(b) to be more disciplined
(c) Doing excessive class work and homework
(d) Listening in learning and being busy
Ans: (d)

23. A science teacher asks students to give examples of solid liquid and gas. This example is related to
(a) Knowledge Objective (b) Understanding Objective
(c) Objective purpose (d) Skill objective
Ans: (b)

24. A teacher writes some directions so that the student is able to understand the meaning of democracy. Under which concept will this objective come.
(a) skill (b) synthesis
(c) Perception (d) Analysis
Ans: (c)

25. Which of the following did not imply learning theory?
(a) Kohler (b) Skinner
(c) b . S . Bloom (d) Thorndike
Ans: (c)

26. The ‘doing’ side of behavior comes in ……… .
(a) Dynamic fields of learning
(b) emotional areas of learning
(c) Psychological fields of learning
(d) Cognitive field of learning
Ans: (a)

27. Teaching is a process
(a) Transfer of knowledge by the teacher to the learner
(b) to direct learning
(c) to give instruction
(d) To simplify teaching learning
Ans: (d)

28. How many variables does it have on the basis of teaching?
(a) 1 (b) 2
(c) 3 (d) 4
Ans: (c)

29. Curriculum falls into which of the following learning variables?
(a) dependent variable (b) intermediate variable
(c) independent variable (d) none of these
Ans: (b)

30. Smith is considered a caretaker in the three-dimensional process of teaching
(a) parent (b) teacher
(c) the learner (d) the course
Ans: (b)

31. are part of the process of education
(a) teacher (b) learner
(c) Course (d) All these
Ans: (d)

32. Which of the following is not a standard of learning?
(a) Reflection level (b) Motivation level
(c) memory level (d) intelligence level
Ans: (b)

33. Which step is common in the structure of learning pattern of memory level and perception level?
(a) Generalization (b) Exploration
(c) Presentation (d) Preparation
Ans: (c)

34. Morrison has described five terms in the comprehension-level teaching paradigm.
I. Presentation II. Search III. Organization / arrangement IV. Intimation
V. The correct order of reading / expression is-
(a) IV, V, III, I, II (b) II, I, IV, III, V
(c) II, I, III, IV, V (d) I, II, III, IV, V
Ans: (b)

35. Which of the following levels of teaching is there?
(A) reflector (b) End : Peppy
(c) projection (d) compiled
Ans: (b)

36. Primary education in India emphasizes on
(a) Developing perception
(b) Emphasize the spiritual side
(c) Developing critical thinking
(d) prompting rote
Ans: (a)

37. Which of the following is not a teaching-learning level?
(a) Differentiation level (b) Memory level
(c) reflective level (d) comprehension level
Ans: (a)

38. Which of the following does not reflect ‘teaching for understanding’?
(a) Helping students to see similarities and differences and establish similarities
(b) Enabling students to memorize unitary facts and procedures
(c) Asking students to express the phenomenon or concept in their own words
(d) Teaching students to provide examples to illustrate how the rule works
Ans: (b)

39. Children can learn in the same environment where–
(a) Their experiences and feelings get proper place
(b) They get a chance to play
(c) They get a chance to make friends
(d) strict discipline
Ans: (a)

40. The feature that is not in the range of collaborative position-
(A) facing the end : action (b) Personal accountability
(c) emphasis on tasks (d) teacher-centered
Ans: (d)

41. A teacher should work in class-
(a) Progressive role (b) Dominant role
(c) democratic role (d) influential role
Ans: (c)

42. Which learning is permanent?
(a) rote (b) listening
(c) understanding (d) seeing
Ans: (c)

43. Classroom environment should be
(a) quiet (b) full of noise
(c) full of discipline (d) friendly
Ans: (d)

44. If a teacher wants to change the tendency of a student in his class … ..
(a) Must deal strictly with the student
(b) Other students in the class have to be asked to maintain an undetectable distance from it
(c) The tendency of all the members of his group to change
(d) Students have to be motivated to read
Ans: (c)

45. Which leadership style is better for the headmaster or senior teacher in school?
(a) ruling leadership (b) democratic leadership
(c) non-leadership leadership (d) none of the above
Ans: (b)

46. The authoritarian level of teaching is
(a) teacher centered (b) student centered
(c) Headmaster-centered (d) Experience-focused
Ans: (a)

47. In a conducive learning environment, the following characteristics are present in addition to, …………
(a) autonomy to the learner (b) multi-disciplinary approach
(c) Teacher monitoring (d) Flexible process
Ans: (c)

48. Which of the following are suitable for a learning environment for children to learn and listen?
(a) Give the learners some leeway on what to learn and how to learn.
(b) To listen passively for a long time.
(c) Continuing homework.
(d) Individual work done by the learner.
Ans: (a)

49. In a child-friendly learning environment the following will be-
(a) learner discipline (b) autonomy to the learner
(c) linear exposure (d) teacher’s authority
Ans: (b)

50. Which of the following is a problem related to teaching-learning?
(a) Problem of understanding the subject matter
(b) indiscipline in the classroom
(c) cheating in the exam
(d) late arrival in class
Ans: (a)

51. Which of the following is the correct sequence in the course plan?
(a) Motivation-Presentation-Recapitalization- Evaluation- Home Assignment
(b) Motivation-Presentation-Evaluation Recapitalization-Home Assignment
(c) Motivation-recapitalization-evaluation presentation-home assignment
(d) Evaluation-Home Assignment-Recap
Ans: (a)

52. How many variables does it have on the basis of teaching?
(a) 1 (b) 2
(c) 3 (d) 4
Ans: (c)

(1) Preface
(2) Presentation
(3) Comparison and cooperation
(4) regularization
(5) applications
54. Which of the following is the main point of the teaching plan?
(a) Headmaster (b) Teacher
(c) Student (d) None of these
Ans: (c)

55. A teacher has to increase the readiness level of students. What would be the best way to do this?
(a) By organizing the creative activities related to the special case in class
(b) By organizing an indoor game in the classroom
(c) Storytelling method
(d) Control by one student of the class
Ans: (a)

56. Before starting the teaching work, the teacher
(a) Students should stand
(b) Students should prepare mentally
(c) Blackboard should be cleaned
(d) Students should be asked to keep quiet
Ans: (b)

57. Which one of the following theories is not included in the lesson plan?
(a) Knowledge of learners (b) Clarity of objectives
(c) Knowledge of teaching (d) Perseverance of planning
Ans: (d)

58. The first step of the learning process is-
(a) textbook reading (b) interest
(c) experience (d) curiosity
Ans: (d)

59. Teacher should check homework
(a) sometimes − (b) never
(c) Regular (d) When the student says
Ans: (c)

60. Learning is most effective when—
(a) Students take interest in the subject.
(b) The teacher should have deep knowledge of the subject.
(c) Students should be educated according to their mental level.
(d) The same content should be repeated again and again.
Ans: (c)

61. Learning in boys
(a) By rote knowledge
(b) Reading a textbook
(c) Transfer of knowledge by teacher
(d) takes action
Ans: (d)

62. Learning takes place effectively, if
(a) The child should be prepared to learn
(b) Child Repeat what he learns
(c) Let the child feel satisfied
(d) Child should do all of the above
Ans: (d)

63. Learning can be more effective, if
(a) The students should be given autonomy and control to do the work themselves
(b) Student learning Directed and controlled by the teacher
(c) Teacher should play a central role in interpreting facts
(d) Direct the teacher learning
Ans: (a)

64. Teaching can be more effective, if
(a) Students should be given autonomy to work on their own
(b) Student learning should be guided and controlled by the teacher
(c) Teacher should play a central role in interpreting facts
(d) Teacher should direct learning
Ans: (a)

65. Which of the following is considered better for the children of primary schools?
(a) video simulation
(b) performance
(c) Self-experience
(d) All of them.
Ans: (c)

66. Which method will you choose to keep the interest of children?
(a) Will ask children to come and read and ask questions
(b) Do the activity yourself and tell the children
(c) You will involve children in the activity
(d) give children to do the activity themselves
Ans: (d)

67. Teacher can help children process complex situations
(a) By promoting the competition and giving prize to the child who completed the first task
(b) By not giving any help, from which the child should take care of himself
(c) giving a speech on it
(d) Writing the instructions after dividing the work into smaller parts
Ans: (d)

68. Learning can be rich if
(A) may be brought into the classroom examples from the real world in which students each other end : Action and teacher they facilitate the process
(b) Maximum number of teaching materials should be used in class
(c) Teachers use different types of lectures and explanations
(d) Expected attention should be given to periodic examinations in class
Ans: (a)

69. A teacher is appropriate to maintain the interest of the students in the class.
(a) Using the blackboard (b) Discussing
(c) story telling (d) asking questions
Ans: (d)

70. If some students are not in the class to study, then you
(a) will force them to study
(b) ask those students to leave the classroom
(c) Warn them that they must study or else you will inform the headmaster
(d) They will tell them their interest or interesting things according to your subject
Ans: (d)

71. “Learning by doing” occurs when learning is low
(a) Teacher centered (b) Relevant and practical
(c) passive and theoretical (d) rot or instructive
Ans: (b)

72. Which of the following describes the relevance of a new topic?
(a) something that is recognizable
(b) a real-life situation
(c) A story related to the subject
(d) same for all learners in any context
Ans: (a)

73. Which one of the following pairs would be the most appropriate choice to complete the given sentence? When children are involved in activities that …………. Then, they quickly ……………. do
(a) Useful obliteration in the classroom
(b) Memoirs related to their class work only
(c) culturally unbiased, remembrance
(d) useful in real life, learned
Ans: (d)

74. p . T . (Sports) The teacher wants to improve the field-protection of his learners in the game of cricket. Which of the following tips is most helpful for the learners to achieve their goal?
(a) To make the learners practice more field protection.
(b) To tell the learners how field-learning is important for them.
(c) Explain the rationale behind better field-protection and success rate.
(d) Demonstrating field protection and observing the learner.
Ans: (a)

75. A teacher can increase effective learning in her primary classroom.
(a) Awarding for small achievements in learning
(b) by drill and practice
(c) Encouraging competition among your students
(d) By relating the content with the life of the students
Ans: (d)

76. Which of the following methods is not suitable for understanding science subject at upper primary level?
(a) Observing objects and recording / recording observations
(b) Drawing
(c) Providing real experience
(d) Learning the subject through amutality.
Ans: (d)

77. Children of class one and two level-
(a) quickly learn from abstract experiences
(b) learn quickly from tangible experiences
(c) learn quickly by reading
(d) learn quickly by writing
Ans: (b)

78. Divya often makes it easier to divide guided tasks into smaller parts. She uses
(a) method of reduction
(b) Secondary extension method
(c) Salient analysis method
(d) Functional inertia regulatory method
Ans: (c)

79. Which of the following strategies will promote meaning building in children?
(a) transmission of information
(b) Using punitive tools
(c) Uniform and standardized test
(d) Exploration and discussion
Ans: (d)

80. Which of the following are examples of effective learning strategies?
(i) Setting of goals and time table. (ii) Making organizational charts and conceptual maps. (iii) Thinking about examples and non-examples. (iv) To convince our partner.
(v) to question oneself.
(a) (i), (iv), (v) (b) (i), (ii), (iii), (v)
(c) (i), (ii), (iii), (iv), (v) (d) (i), (ii), (iii)
Ans: (c)

81. Which of the following is not an effective teaching system for teaching-learning?
(a) Use and supervision
(b) Dialogue and discussion
(c) Focus on repeating the given knowledge
(d) Encouraging children to infer through insight
Ans: (c)

82. Which of the following is not a principle of customized instruction?
(a) theory of practice
(b) theory of small terms
(c) Principle of active response
(d) Principle of Reinforcement
Ans: (a)

83. Which of the following would be the best way of teaching for the students of class three?
(a) laboratory method (b) group conversation
(c) lecture method (d) creative activity
Ans: (d)

84. Which of the following would be the best way of teaching for students of class three?
(a) Lecture method (b) Creative activities
(c) Group conversation (d) Laboratory method
Ans: (b)

85. A teacher displays only rivers, mountains, plains and valleys in a blank outline of the map. He asks the students to mark the highways connecting the main city, the railway and the main cities. Students are forbidden to study other books and maps during this period. Here is the approach used by the teacher
(a) search approach (b) map representation
(c) Problem solving approach (d) Investigation approach
Ans: (b)

86. The following picture is an example
(a) graphic
(b) model
(c) suffix-map
(d) Point of linear image
Ans: (c)

87. Select the correct answer from the given table, matching the following : List-A List-B
(L) 1. Observation of seed germination  Gaining experience
(M) Role play / role play 2. Asking questions
(N) 3. Participation of sexual differentiation in the family. Conversations on actions or practice
(O) 4. Thinking / contemplation of different milk in the dairy . Making and closing of the process of products Code : LMNOLMNO
(a) 1 3 4 2 (b) 2 3 4 1
(c) 3 1 2 4 (d) 4 2 3 2
Ans: (a)

88. In primary classes, the teacher should use appropriate teaching policy to remove the drabness of the subject.
(a) Conversation policy (b) Q&A policy
(c) Sports and Entertainment Policy (d) Performance Policy
Ans: (c)

89. The mental evocation paradigm is used for the improvement of which of the following?
(a) understanding (b) application
(c) Creativity (d) Problem Solving
Ans: (c)

90. Which one of the following important activities enables children to learn?
(a) Dialogue (b) Award
(c) Lecture (d) Instruction
Ans: (a)

91. The best way to address students’ learning problems, especially at the primary level
(a) Using expensive and shiny accessories
(b) Using simple and interesting textbooks
(c) Using story-telling method
(d) Using different teaching methods according to ability
Ans: (d)

92. Giving children group work is an effective teaching strategy, because –
(a) This reduces the teacher’s work.
(b) In small groups some children are allowed to dominate other children.
(c) In the learning process, children learn from each other and also help each other.
(d) Children are able to do their work quickly.
Ans: (c)

93. Orlich et al . According to (1985), Which strategy enhances scientific thinking and student problem solving skills?
(a) writing strategy (b) oral discussion strategy
(c) Work card strategy (d) Visual strategy
Ans: (b)

94. Which of the following is widespread in the field of work?
(a) teaching strategy (b) teaching strategy
(c) teaching technique (d) teaching method
Ans: (a)

95. …………. There is an additional information to the existing information in learning.
(a) sporadic (b) spiral
(c) linear (d) discordant
Ans: (b)

96. What is the rule that always brings a solution if it is used correctly?
(A) Automatic : research (heuristic) (B) algorithm
(c) Information processing (d) Stereotype
Ans: (b)

97. Algorithms and heuristics are strategies of …………….
(a) teaching (b) problem solving
(c) learning (d) thinking
Ans: (b)

98. The inquiry approach method develops the ability of the learners to :
(a) Using the experience of a teacher
(b) To assimilate more information in less time
(c) experiment
(d) to increase oral learning to the highest extent
Ans: (c)

99. Match list – A and list- B . List –A List –B
A. Brunner I. Basic learning model
B. Osubel II. Synetics teaching model
C. Glazer III. Advance organizational learning model
D. Gordon IV. General achievement learning model
V. Inquiry Training Pattern ABCD
(c) I II III V
(d) III I II V
Ans: (a)

100 “F . I . E . C . S . Who is originally associated with ‘?
(a) Herbert (b) Lipit
(c) Flounder (d) Morrison
Ans: (c)

101. You feel that some children in your class are learning very fast and some very slow. What would you do in this situation?
(a) Let the children learning at a fast pace move forward
(b) Will not pay any attention to children who learn slow
(c) will not pay any heed to this
(d) Assist children with fast learning to teach slow learning children
Ans: (d)

102. Which one of the following may not be compatible with a structural environment?
(a) Students work in a collaborative manner and cooperation is given to engage in work-centered dialogue among themselves.
(b) Teachers acquire students’ ideas and experiences in relation to major topics and plan teaching-learning to reconstruct or expand their current knowledge.
(c) Teachers implement specific pruning assessment strategies and provide feedback on performance rather than procedures.
(d) Students are constantly given opportunities to engage in complex, meaningful and problem-based activities.
Ans: (c)

103. According to the structural approach, learning …….. is-
(a) a passive and subjective process
(b) Information acquisition process
(c) The process of a change in behavior as a result of experience
(d) An active and social process
Ans: (d)

104. In the structuralist structure,, learning is primarily—
(a) is earned by contract.
(b) Focuses on the process of perception.
(c) is mechanically based on memorization.
(d) focuses on reinforcement.
Ans: (b)

105. According to structuralist theories, which of the following statements about learning is correct?
(a) Learning is the contracting of behaviors by frequency relation.
(b) Learning is the process of structuring knowledge through active appropriation.
(c) Learning is a process of reproduction and remembrance.
(d) Learning is a process of mechanically memorizing.
Ans: (b)

106. The structuralist approach states that _____ is essential to the structure of knowledge.
(a) contract (b) penalty
(c) mechanically memorize (d) student’s foreknowledge
Ans: (d)

107. Creationism as a Principle-
(a) Focuses on the role of simulation
(b) emphasizes the role of the learner in constructing his or her own words.
(c) Emphasizes testing by rote information and recollection
(d) Emphasizes the principal role of the teacher
Ans: (b)

108. In a teaching method, two or more teachers collaboratively plan the subjects, complete and always evaluate its effect on the students recurrently, This method is-
(a) Audio-visual learning (b) Group teaching
(c) Visual learning (d) Personal learning
Ans: (b)

109. ‘Group teaching’ is-
(a) Teaching by a group of teachers to make optimal use of resources, interest and specialty
(b) There is a way to deal with the unavailability of teachers
(c) Promotes healthy competition among groups of teachers in school
(d) Teaching is done by dividing students into small groups according to their ability.
Ans: (a)

110. In general : The following characteristics to the reading habits of students
(a) activity in learning
(b) Ability to learn in students
(c) Creating knowledge through new experiences by doing self action
(d) All of the above
Ans: (d)

111. Learning for the age group of 6-11 years
(a) is an active process of knowledge creation
(b) is the process of rote inactivity
(c) Careful listening is in the classroom
(d) is the process of studying the textbook
Ans: (a)

112. Learning is a method
(a) To remember the facts
(b) To remember the topic given in the textbook
(c) Meaning making by experience
(d) Preparation for the exam
Ans: (c)

113. Teacher tries in the classroom
(a) To provide experience to the students
(b) To provide a supportive learning environment to the students
(c) To give students an opportunity to think
(d) All of the above
Ans: (d)

114. Creative writing should be planned
(a) Only for students who study at class level
(b) Only for students who can write long sentences
(c) Only for students who want to write for the newspaper
(d) For all students
Ans: (d)

115. “Model of learning” that catalyzes children’s creativity :
(a) banking model (b) constructivist model
(c) Programming model (d) None of the above
Ans: (b)

116. Which of the following ‘isms’ gives children the opportunity to build their own knowledge?
(a) behavior (b) nounism
(c) Creationism (d) Gyanism
Ans: (c)

117. Meaningful learning is—
(a) Adulation of adults and more capable peers
(b) Coupling and association between stimulating and north
(c) Passive reception of given information
(d) Active construction of knowledge structures from personal experiences
Ans: (d)

118. A teacher always helps her students in such a way that they can combine the knowledge gained from one subject area with the knowledge of other subject areas. This promotes ……… .
(a) Reinforcement
(b) Correlation and transfer of knowledge
(c) individual differences
(d) Learner-autonomy
Ans: (b)

119. Which is the most appropriate approach to education in present times?
(a) behaviorist approach (b) creationist approach
(c) structural approach (d) humanitarian approach
Ans: (b)

120. Which of the following statements best describes why children in the class should be encouraged to ask questions?
(a) Questions raise children’s curiosity
(b) They can be made to feel by thinking about the children whom they do not know, they lack intelligence
(c) Questions advance learning through interaction and move towards conceptual clarity.
(d) Children need to practice their language skills
Ans: (c)

121. Students who ask questions in class
(a) It is advised to meet the teacher after class
(b) should be encouraged to participate in class discussion
(c) Should be encouraged to ask questions continuously
(d) Should be encouraged to find answers independently
Ans: (c)

122. …………. is interpreted as a sign of redirected teaching
(a) Maximum attendance in class
(b) remedial work given by the teacher
(c) Asking questions by students
(d) Complete dullness in the classroom
Ans: (c)

123. To develop the spirit of labor in the students
(a) The teacher will show tendency in his own labor
(b) The teacher will lecture on the importance of labor
(c) From time to time, students have to give opportunity to work
(d) Students will have to give examples of people doing labor
Ans: (c)

124. A teacher never answers questions by herself . She encourages her students to adopt, group discussions and collaborative learning to answer. This approach is based on the principle of ………… .
(a) Proper organization of instructional material
(b) set a good example and be a role model
(c) readiness to learn
(d) active participation
Ans: (d)

125. Constructivism as a Principle –
(A) to recall the information again : emphasizes checking by Recall
(b) Emphasizes the dominant role of the teacher
(c) Focuses on the role of simulation
(d) emphasizes the role of the learner in forming his / her view of the world
Ans: (d)

126. A teacher uses some images of text and fruits and vegetables and discusses with her students. Students combine this information with their prior knowledge and learn the concept of nutrition. This approach is based on …………..
(a) Creation of knowledge
(b) Education Learning Cycle financial Anubndhn
(c) Principles of Reinforcement
(d) active contracting of learning
Ans: (a)

127. Which of the following statements is true with respect to the constructivist class?
(a) The environment of the class should be intellectually, emotionally and physically safe.
(b) The learning process lacks structure.
(c) There is no role of student-student interaction in constructivist class.
(d) the instructions of the law fully in a constructivist classroom : instructive
Ans: (a)

128. Mutual cooperation among the following is found more in this-
(a) group (b) team
(c) Society (d) Classroom
Ans: (b)

129. Which of the following ideas takes form when a person learns through experience?
(a) Ubiquity (b) Nature
(c) nutrition (d) fatalism
Ans: (c)

130. Constructivism holds that all knowledge is inferior—
(a) Made from the learner’s previous knowledge
(b) Created by the learner only
(c) Sent by the teacher to the learner
(d) Received only through personal experience
Ans: (a)

131. A feature of a constructivism unit of study is that-
(a) It begins with what children know as an effective departure point for a lesson.
(b) The purpose of test and assignment is to assess only low-level thinking skills.
(c) it fully : is propagated through the instruction of the teacher.
(d) Asking questions discourages learning.
Ans: (a)

132. The approach to learning is defined as the best thing ……………….
(a) Can be modified only by learners
(b) Can be modified with age.
(c) Can be modified by creating a positive learning environment.
(d) Cannot be modified.
Ans: (c)

133. A dedicated teacher has to adopt ………… to arouse the interest of the learner .
(a) Demonstration method (b) Innovative method
(c) easy method (d) direct method
Ans: (b)

134. Which of the following is a sign for a teacher to understand a child’s ability to learn?
(a) Students are answering the question in class
(b) Student assessment records reflect the amount they have learned.
(c) Students give innovative presentation of their work.
(d) Students are doing their homework regularly.
Ans: (c)

135. Multigrade teaching is one in which
(a) A student can pass more than one class at the same time.
(b) A teacher has to teach children of more than one class at the same time.
(c) Classroom teaching has no meaning
(d) All of the above
Ans: (b)

136. Which of the following statements does not agree with the multi-grade teaching system?
(a) A teacher manages more than one class at a time
(b) flexible seating arrangement
(c) end in the same class from different classes : Action
(d) Students should be same on the basis of age and merit.
Ans: (d)

137. Interpersonal instruction is –
(a) Do something different for each learner in the class.
(b) Disorganized or free learner activities.
(c) Use of such groups which never change.
(d) Using different forms of grouping to meet the needs of the learners.
Ans: (d)

138. Learners should not be encouraged to …..
(a) Participate in more and more syllabic verbs
(b) To remember the answers to all the questions that the teacher can ask
(c) Asking as many questions inside and outside the classroom
(d) actively end up with other learners in the group work : action
Ans: (b)

139. Which of the following gives more freedom to the recipient?
(a) Structuralism (b) Functionalism
(c) Pragmatism (d) Creativism
Ans: (d)

140. When a teacher enters the classroom for the first time, he should talk
(a) About the school building
(b) About the headmaster of the school
(c) About the textbook
(d) about himself and students
Ans: (d)

141. How is it appropriate to motivate students in school?
(a) selected study (b) relevant study
(c) in- depth study (d) by recitation
Ans: (d)

142. Discipline, which plays an important role in the learning environment, What kind of help?
(a) To regulate and monitor the education of children
(b) To remain silent
(c) Instructing teachers
(d) In memorizing children by rote their lessons
Ans: (a)

143. What is the main ingredient of lesson introduction skills?
(a) foreknowledge (b) lecture
(c) blackboard writing (d) homework
Ans: (a)

144. Micro-teaching is—
(a) Assessment teaching (b) Actual teaching
(c) absorption learning (d) effective teaching
Ans: (c)

145. Which one of the following statements is not correct for ‘question skill’?
(a) Using encouraging methods in asking questions
(b) Promoting questions
(c) Increasing the number of questions with yes or no answers
(d) develop hearing sensitivity
Ans: (c)

146. Which of the following skills is a test of prior knowledge?
(a) stimulus-conversion skills (b) introduction skills
(c) closing skills (d) performance skills
Ans: (b)

147. How long does the Indian paradigm of micro-teaching take in total?
(a) 36 minutes (b) 40 minutes
(c) 45 minutes (d) 30 minutes
Ans: (a)

148. If a student asks a wrong question in class, what will you do?
(a) will scold the student
(b) Correct the question with the help of other students
(c) Illustrate the mistake by giving examples
(d) Explain the effect on answer due to wrong question
Ans: (b)

149. To develop motivation in students  What should a teacher do?
(a) Encouraging cut-throat competition
(b) Setting an unattainable goal in front of students
(c) Using new technology and new methods
(d) Decreasing their aspiration level
Ans: (c)

150. The speed of a teacher’s lecture, can impede the student’s knowledge of work, if it is too fast or too slow. What should the teacher not do to avoid this ?
(a) Maintaining student attention by variation of speed
(b) Use of high speed lectures to present new information
(c) When the teacher speed more often Re : sentences speak
(d) Gaps between large pieces of information
Ans: (b)

151. While teaching, you feel that what you have taught is not right, then you
(a) We will leave the episode incomplete and start the second episode
(b) Tell the students that a mistake was made and correct it
(c) Will divert students attention from him
(d) Will scold the students
Ans: (b)

152. Salim is a master of music but does not do well in mathematics. What would you say to Salim as a math teacher?
(a) Will tell him that music has no future
(b) Ask him to leave music and study mathematics
(c) Call her parents and talk
(d) tell him that he can also do well in mathematics and will explain mathematical concepts to him
Ans: (d)

153. giving a long lecture to the teacher
(a) break in between
(b) Must speak continuously
(c) Ask questions in between
(d) Should change its mood
Ans: (a)

154. Some of the students in your class have lost their attention. You get their attention again : Will what measures to focus?
(a) Getting a small physical activity done
(b) suspending class for a while
(c) Telling children to concentrate
(d) Sending class to play
Ans: (c)

155. How will you, as a teacher, deal with those students who are talking among themselves sitting in the back seats of the class?
(a) By ignoring them
(b) Tell them to shut up or to leave the classroom
(c) Will drop them out of the class
(d) ask them why they are not paying attention
Ans: (d)

156. If the student gives a wrong answer to the question you asked, then you
(a) ask another question so that the student himself feels that the answer was wrong
(b) tell him why his answer was wrong
(c) Ask another student to answer
(d) will give the correct answer
Ans: (c)

157. The first activity required of a teacher at the time of discussion of a subject in class is
(a) Explanation of reasoning facts
(b) Notice of purpose
(c) Telling the contents orally
(d) Writing content on the blackboard
Ans: (d)

158. Which of the following is an example of reinforcement?
(a) Lata is not answer 45 .
(b) Kamala cannot help Kirti in answering
(c) Oh no, usually you are wrong.
(d) Sunil you are right.
Ans: (d)

159. Which of the following will serve as an effective compliment to a teacher?
(a) Focuses attention of students on behavior related to their work
(b) Describes the current performance of the students with reference to other peers in his group
(c) informs students of their abilities or importance of performance
(d) Provides positive behavioral support to students when they are unable to control their behavior.
Ans: (c)

160. Students have to say ‘ok, shabas, very good’
(a) literal reinforcement
(b) nonverbal reinforcement
(c) positive textual reinforcement
(d) negative textual reinforcement
Ans: (c)

161. What should a skilled teacher do before starting the teaching-learning process?
(a) Students should be punished
(b) must tell jokes
(c) Should create learning situations
(d) should rest
Ans: (c)

162. If students do not seem to be interested in the lesson, then the teacher should-
(a) change teaching method
(b) Make text interesting by using audio-visual material
(c) leave the classroom
(d) Start any other work in the class
Ans: (a)

163. A child in your class daily asks irrelevant questions to annoy you. What would you do?
(a) Will complain to the Principal
(b) will scold him
(c) Talk to him
(d) Will complain to his parents
Ans: (c)

164. Which of the following is / are the main elements for good discipline?
(1) Skilled Headmaster
(2) healthy school environment
(3) ideal teacher
(4) Awards and Penalties
(a) 1, 2, 4 (b) 2 only
(c) 1 and 3 (d) All these
Ans: (d)

165. Reward given for maximum reinforcing effect should be-
(a) Immediately after receiving the reply
(b) Just before receiving the reply
(c) At the same time along with answering
(d) After sufficient delay after answering
Ans: (a)

166. To maintain effective discipline in the classroom, the teacher must-
(a) Let the students do what they want to do
(b) treat students strictly
(c) Give students some problem solving
(d) (b) and (c)
Ans: (c)

167. You can focus the attention of the class
(a) speaking aloud (b) writing on the blackboard
(c) By drawing (d) By changing the stimulus
Ans: (d)

168. A teacher is teaching children how to write a summary by connecting the text to the preread text . What is she doing
(a) She is helping to develop children’s style of reading comprehension
(b) He is indicating the need for the children not to read the entire textbook completely.
(c) She is reinforcing the importance of the text from the point of view of assessment.
(d) She is motivating the students to remember the empowerment
Ans: (a)

169. Which remedy can be most beneficial for dealing with a child who is not paying attention in class?
(a) Allowing the child to stand while working to concentrate
(b) To make the child’s attention energized, to give him a break in between.
(c) To make the child feel that he has to be repeated in front of everyone in class
(d) Putting the child in the place where the least attention is distracted.
Ans: (d)

170. A teacher (a)
(a) More attention should be paid to lectures and provide the basis for knowledge
(b) The errors made by the learners should be taken as a terrible mistake and serious comments should be given for each error.
(c) How often does the learner avoid making a mistake, it should be taken as a measure of success
(d) When students are trying to communicate ideas, they should not be corrected
Ans: (d)

171. The teacher cannot immediately answer a question asked by Shivani, What should be the teacher’s response?
(a) Shivani should be silenced by the teacher
(b) The teacher should divert the attention of Shivani
(c) The teacher should say, “I don’t know”.
(d) The teacher should understand the correct answer to this question later
Ans: (d)

172. If a student asks a question to which you do not have an answer. What would you do? You−
(a) Will ask the student that his question is absurd
(b) will try to postpone
(c) Find the answer to the question and tell it the next day
(d) Will reprimand the student for asking unnecessary questions
Ans: (c)

173. ………… has a major role in attracting attention .
(a) intensity of stimulation (b) utility of stimulation
(c) reliability of stimulation (d) activation of stimulation
Ans: (a)

174. What is the most effective way to maintain discipline in the classroom?
(a) expelling undisciplined students from the classroom
(b) Make teaching interesting and practical
(c) Notifying the parents of students
(d) Providing specific facilities to undisciplined students
Ans: (b)

175. Which of the following is related to teaching skills?
(a) Writing on the blackboard (b) Solving questions
(c) Asking questions (d) All of the above
Ans: (d)

176. What is most important when writing on a blackboard?
(a) good handwriting (b) clarity in writing
(c) Writing in capital letters (d) Writing in lowercase letters
Ans: (b)

177. You teach a lesson in a class and a student asks a question unrelated to the subject. What would you do?
(a) Will allow him to ask uncomplicated questions
(b) will not allow him to ask uncomplicated questions
(c) punish him as non-disciplined
(d) answer the question after class
Ans: (d)

178. It is important to help the learners in repetition and recollection of what they have learned earlier because –
(a) It is an effective way to repeat previous lessons.
(b) It enhances the memory of learners thereby strengthening learning
(c) It is a convenient beginning for any classroom instruction
(d) Adding new information to previous information makes learning rich
Ans: (d)

179. According to Fabians, Pelham, Manos, Gane et al (2004), Class aggression, The following is an effective means of reducing disruptive behavior including destruction of properties and noncompliance?
(a) Time-out (TO) from positive reinforcement
(b) Time-out in class (TO)
(c) corporal punishment
(d) Detention
Ans: (a)

180. Which of the following is a classroom management technique where a student exhibiting negative behavior is separated from the rest of the class?
(a) Satisfaction technique (b) Liquidation technique
(c) corporal punishment (d) expired technique
Ans: (d)

181. Teacher can encourage children to have creative ideas
(a) By giving them multiple choice questions
(b) By asking problem based solutions
(c) By asking them to memorize the answer
(d) By asking them recollection-based questions
Ans: (b)

182. Which one of the following is not one of the primary tasks of a teacher for effective learning of students?
(a) To teach children how they can see and improve their learning efforts
(b) Providing information to the students by didactic method
(c) Knowing the students’ perceptions that they bring to class
(d) Expecting students to answer higher level questions
Ans: (d)

183. Teachers should do in reading –
(a) Verbal transfer of knowledge
(b) Promotion of curious tendency
(c) Textbook teaching in the classroom
(d) None of the above
Ans: (b)

184. Examples of voice fluctuations during teaching are-
(a) stimulus-conversion skills (b) introduction skills
(c) Reinforcement skills (d) Completion skills
Ans: (a)

185. In the method of multi-sensory teaching-learning, visual-audio, touch and …………….. sensations have been used together for learning-promoting .
(a) kinetic (b) aural co -ordinator
(c) clarification (d) observation
Ans: (a)

186. come . C . T . Is aimed at
(a) Establishment of smart schools
(b) Enhancing the capacity of teachers
(c) Both (a) and (b)
(d) None of the above
Ans: (c)

187. text concomitant actions mainly : are related
(a) Development of educational institutions
(b) All -round development of students
(c) Professional development of students
(d) mental development of students
Ans: (b)

(1) Educational technical first or rigorous craft approach
(2) Educational Technological II or Mridul Crafts Approach
(3) Educational technical third or system analysis Educational technical third or system approach provides full support in designing the development and instruction of educational administration.
189. The use of more and more senses by students affects the following
(a) teaching process (b) learning process
(c) learning product (d) learning product and process
Ans: (d)

190. Which of the following is an innovative class of teaching?
(a) Telescope (b) Internet
(c) Facebook (d) Black Board
Ans: (b)

191. Match the following :
A. Slide Projector (i) Visual Instrument
B. TV (ii) Audio means
C. Chart (iii) Audio-visual aids
D. Voice Recorder (iv) Projection Instrument ABCDABCD
(a) (iv) (iii) (i) (ii) (b) (iv) (ii) (iii) (i)
(c) (iii) (iv) (ii) (i) (d) (i) (ii) (iii) (iv)
Ans: (a)

192. From which friends get the most and modernized information on a subject?
(a) Encyclopedia
(b) Internet
(c) latest academic journals
(d) International Conference
Ans: (b)

193. An example of media that facilitates learning through direct presentation to the learner
(a) Educational Television (b) Educational Broadcasting
(c) Over head projector (d) Telephone
Ans: (a)

194. The hard craft approach is based on which principle?
(a) Industrial (b) Engineering
(c) Professional (d) Instruction
Ans: (b)

195. Soft craft approach is related
(a) Radio
(b) Doordarshan
(c) Computer
(d) Application of psychological principles
Ans: (d)

196. Soft craft approach is related to—
(a) Rodeo
(b) Doordarshan
(c) Computer
(d) From the application of psychological principles
Ans: (d)

197. Which of the following is the purpose of audio-visual material?
(1) Make teaching effective
(2) Generating positive creativity
(3) Making students active
(4) to generate anorexia in content
(a) 1, 2 and 3 (b) 1 and 4
(c) 1 a 3 and 4 (d) 2, 3 and 4
Ans: (a)

198. Blackboard can be done under which group of teaching material?
(a) audio means (b) visual means
(c) Audio-visual aids (d) None of these
Ans: (b)

199. A teacher uses audio-visual materials and physical activities in her teaching because –
(a) They give comfort to the teacher
(b) facilitates effective assessment of
(c) They provide variety to the learners
(d) Use of maximum senses in these promotes learning
Ans: (d)

200. Which of the following compares human perception to the functioning of a computer?
(a) neural process (b) network mapping
(c) Information Process (d) Mind Mapping
Ans: (c)

201. Troubleshooter often : to succeed in schools, where
(a) Only high level academic achievement is emphasized.
(b) teacher-centered Shicshapa Cycle effective
(c) is a flexible curriculum
(d) Grouping of students is available in classrooms
Ans: (c)

202. On the basis of his experiences and symptoms, Ravi repairs the equipment by testing the hypothesis of cause of malfunction in the equipment. He uses
(a) insight (b) algorithm
(c) mental fortitude (d) predictive method
Ans: (d)

203. What should a teacher do in an elementary classroom?
(a) Only non-examples should be given.
(b) Both examples and non-examples should be given.
(c) Both examples or non-examples should not be given.
(d) Only examples should be given.
Ans: (b)

204. Which of the following teaching method is based on progressive principles?
(a) Arrival (b) Problem Solving
(c) Q & A (d) Incorporation
Ans: (b)

205. Which of the following teaching method is not democratic?
(a) project method (b) participatory method
(c) Lecture method (d) Group discussion
Ans: (c)

209. While teaching in lower 4 classes, a teacher should give priority-
(a) Lecture method (b) Dattakarya
(c) Storytelling (d) Group discussion
Ans: (c)

210. What is the purpose of group activity in classroom teaching?
(a) Reducing the work load of the teacher
(b) Involvement of most children in learning
(c) Effectively clarifying concepts
(d) Providing freedom to children
Ans: (b)

211. Froebel placed major emphasis on which of the following sports?
(a) ball game (b) block game
(c) Playing the shapes (d) All of the above
Ans: (a)

212. With whom is the project teaching method related?
(a) Frobel (b) John D.V.
(c) Armstrong (d) McDougal
Ans: (b)

213. Maximum participation of students in teaching is possible through the following method
(a) lecture method (b) textbook method
(c) audio-visual material (d) conversation method
Ans: (d)

214. Study the following statements about the lecture system as a method of teaching :
A. It is an efficient mode of providing information.
B. It is an effective system to motivate students to think critically. Which of the following statements is correct?
(a) Only A (b) Only B
(c) Both A and B (d) Neither A nor B
Ans: (c)

215. Verbal guidance is less effective
(a) teaching of suffixes (b) teaching of skills
(c) teaching of facts (d) none of the above
Ans: (b)

216. Teachers should put into practice the following teaching methods
(A) address method (b) end : functional methods
(c) Descriptive (d) None of the above
Ans: (b)

217. A child learns more if he
(a) be taught through textbook
(b) be taught from computer
(c) Teach with lecture method
(d) be taught by the method of action
Ans: (d)

218. One teacher while giving effective lectures in class
(a) establishes a relationship
(b) Contains meaningful physical gestures
(c) remains static at the lecture site
(d) Changes in intensity and modes of sound
Ans: (b)

219. Froebel’s main contribution to development in education is
(a) Commercial School (b) Kindergarten
(c) Public School (d) Latin School
Ans: (b)

220. Game method of learning is useful-
(a) to childhood (b) to early childhood
(c) to puberty (d) to maturity
Ans: (a)

221. Froebel’s important contribution to education was the development of …………
(a) Vocational School (b) Public School
(c) Kinder Garten (d) Latin School
Ans: (c)

222. Educational excursion  Why is it necessary for learning?
(a) It develops the habit of rote
(b) Curriculum is completed on time
(c) It develops imaginations
(d) Knowledge gained from the place of visit is permanent
Ans: (d)

223. For which stage is the project method of learning useful?
(a) childhood (b) pre-childhood
(c) adolescence (d) all of the above
Ans: (d)

224. Monica’s attainment in science is good but poor in mathematics. Could this be the main possible cause?
(A) girls often : are weak in math.
(b) Monica’s parents are illiterate.
(c) Mathematics teaching is not effective.
(d) Mathematics is a difficult subject.
Ans: (c)

225. Who are the proponents of ‘sports teaching method’?
(a) Socrates (b) Froebel
(c) Kilpatrick (d) Aristotle
Ans: (b)

226. The proponents of ‘method of planning ‘ are-
(a) Durkheim (b) Plato
(c) Kilpatrick (d) Socrates
Ans: (c)

227. Who developed the Dolton teaching method?
(A) Fröbelite (b) W . H . Kilpatrick
(c) Miss Helen Parkhurst (d) Dolton
Ans: (c)

228. Examples, inspection, analysis, classification, regularization Which of the following methods is the step?
(a) incorporation method (b) arrival method
(c) observation method (d) extrusion method
Ans: (b)

229. The best teaching method for infancy is
(a) Montessori method (b) Game method
(c) Kindergarten method (d) All these
Ans: (d)

230. Rendered kindergarten system of education
(A) t . P . Nuns (b) Spencer
(c) Frobel (d) Montessori
Ans: (c)

231. Bhushikshn-sha Cycle form of financial techniques, graded learning materials Multi-assessment techniques and variable complexity and contents whom belong to the following?
(a) universal learning format (b) remedial teaching
(c) Differentiated instruction (d) Interpersonal learning
Ans: (c)

232 of the end : the best advantage of disciplinary instruction that
(a) Teachers are allowed more flexibility in lesson planning and activities.
(b) Students are given opportunities to apply and normalize the knowledge learned in multi-contexts.
(c) Variety of cases, which need to be addressed in the traditional curriculum Teachers are less likely to be overwhelmed
(d) Students are less likely to develop a dislike for particular topics of different subject areas.
Ans: (b)

233. Germination of seeds is the most effective method of teaching the concept—
(a) The students sow the seeds of the plant and observe the stages of its germination.
(b) Drawing and describing on the blackboard
(c) Show pictures of seed growth
(d) Detailed explanation
Ans: (a)

234. The appropriate method of teaching for primary grade children is
(a) tried and forgotten method (b) simulation method
(c) lecture method (d) game method
Ans: (d)

235. In Discovery Learning, Teachers play the role of a ____ in learning .
(a) Advisor (b) Facilitator
(c) Manager (d) Motivator
Ans: (b)

236. Which of the following is an incorrect benefit of the method of solving teaching problem?
(a) Not all experts can use this method to solve the problem.
(b) Learner actively participates in this process.
(c) It makes the learner interested in the learning process.
(d) Using this method makes learning easier to evaluate.
Ans: (d)

237. The negative method is as follows-
(a) From examples to illustrations
(b) Overview from law and rules
(c) From normalization to specifications
(d) From observation to example
Ans: (b)

238. Dolton Plan (Dolton Plan) does not contain :
(a) Self-learning (b) Time table
(c) cooperation (d) independence
Ans: (b)

239. Which method is used to represent a method of thinking that can provide a solution? But it may also contain errors?
(a) Wisdom (b) Reason (Syllogism)
(C) algorithm (D) Swanubhavik (automatic : R)
Ans: (d)

240. Direct method is also known as :
(a) direct approach (b) motivational approach
(c) Natural method (d) Indirect approach
Ans: (c)

241. Moving from example to generalization :
(a) correlation (b) inductive
(c) accidental (d) deductive
Ans: (b)

242. Which of the following is not true about the demonstration method of teaching?
(a) Demonstration of concepts focuses on experiments / activities.
(b) It can be used for multicultural classroom.
(c) Learners get an opportunity to join.
(d) All subjects can be covered by this method.
Ans: (d)

243. Socio-economic the issues may be struggling to hit those kids whose talent ……………. helps.
(a) Self-learning model (b) Differentiated instructions
(c) Extension of curriculum (d) Cognitive classification
Ans: (a)

244. The method of teaching the learners keeping in view the different levels of their difficulties on the basis of personal ability is called ……………… .
(a) differential instruction (b) selected instruction
(c) accurate teaching (d) impeccable instruction
Ans: (a)

245. Cognitive apprenticeship and educational dialogue –
(a) accept learning as a social activity
(b) is based on application of inductive reasoning
(c) Emphasizes the well organized organization of textual content
(d) Emphasize the need for practical training to achieve efficiency
Ans: (a)

246. Cognitive Apprenticeship and Educational Communication
(a) Emphasize the well organized organization of textual content.
(b) Emphasize the need for practical training to achieve efficiency.
(c) Takes learning as a social activity.
(d) is based on the application of inductive reasoning.
Ans: (c)

247. A teacher keeps her students engaged in a variety of group activities – such as group discussion, group projects, role subsistence etc. What dimensions of learning does this highlight?
(a) Learning as a social activity
(b) Learning by entertainment
(c) Language-directed learning
(d) Competition-based learning
Ans: (a)

248. A teacher incorporates learners into group activities, collective discussion, collective project etc. It shows the dimension of learning Dsssb Assista nt Nursery Teacher
(a) Learning through entertainment
(b) Language guided learning
(c) Competition-based education
(d) Learning as a social activity
Ans: : (d)

249. Social learning begins
(a) isolation (b) crowd
(c) contact (d) audio-visual material
Ans: (c)

250. What is most important for a teacher?
(a) Maintaining discipline in class
(b) To be punctual in class
(c) removing the difficulties of the students
(d) being an eloquent
Ans: (c)

251. What is the role of a teacher when using collaborative learning in your classroom?
(a) Leave the class and let the children work on their own.
(b) To be cooperative and to monitor each group.
(c) Supporting a group that has ‘promising’ and talented children.
(d) Being a silent spectator and letting the children do what they want to do.
Ans: (b)

252. Which of the following best describes the role of a teacher?
(a) The most important role of the teacher in the classroom is to maintain discipline.
(b) A teacher should follow the prescribed textbook
(c) It is important to give sufficient time to repeat the course along with timely completion of the course
(d) Making room for rest  where children learn through dialogue and inquiry
Ans: (d)

253. Which of the following best describes the role of textbooks in the classroom?
(a) They are one of the resources and reference material available in the class.
(b) They maintain uniformity in learning in a state or nation.
(c) They provide guidance to teachers and parents about the course of study.
(d) They form the most essential learning resource in a resource-less context.
Ans: (a)

254. Which of the following is most appropriate for improving learning in children?
(a) Regular assessment test should be conducted.
(b) The teacher should explain the topic using various examples and pictures.
(c) There should be all kinds of teaching material in the classroom.
(d) The teacher should help children interact with each other on real-life situations.
Ans: (d)

255. A teacher students …………….. should be encouraged to set up than …………… ‘s.
(a) performance goal; Learning goal
(b) the goal to avoid failure; Score goal
(c) Aims to collect points; Goal to avoid failure
(d) learning goals; performance goal
Ans: (d)

256. A teacher should be resourceful. This means
(a) He should have enough money.
(b) He should be approached by higher officials.
(c) He should have enough knowledge to solve the problems of his students.
(d) He should have good reputation among the students.
Ans: (c)

257. A good school is that-
(a) Which emphasizes the spirit of stiff competition
(b) Where each child experiences happiness and learns individually without the help of each other
(c) Understand the social stratification of the child and make the classroom environment progressive and inspiring.
(d) One who insists on memorizing the ideal answers
Ans: (c)

258. ……………….. Teachers are closely connected by the process.
(a) study (b) learning
(c) evaluation (d) inspection
Ans: (b)

259. A teacher must have
(a) Knowledge of its subject (b) Knowledge of teaching method
(c) Knowledge about students (d) All of the above
Ans: (d)

260. The quality of school education depends exclusively on
(a) Infrastructure facilities
(b) Financial provision
(c) International support
(d) Quality of teacher education
Ans: (d)

261. An effective teacher is one who can-
(a) Class control
(b) giving more information in less time
(c) Motivating students to learn
(d) carefully checking the data
Ans: (c)

262. The most important challenge of a teacher is-
(a) Getting students to do their homework
(b) To make the teaching learning process enjoyable
(c) Maintaining discipline in class
(d) Preparation of question paper
Ans: (b)

263. In a live classroom situation, the following are most likely-
(a) Sometimes the noise of laughter
(b) complete peace
(c) Teacher-student talks
(d) loud voice conversation between students
Ans: (c)

264. Academic performance of students can be improved if parents are encouraged
(a) To supervise the work of children
(b) To manage more tutions
(c) To not be worried about it
(d) To interact repeatedly with teachers
Ans: (d)

265. Which of the following components affecting teaching is not related to the teacher?
(a) Knowledge of the subject (b) Communication skills
(c) engagement with students (d) availability of resources
Ans: (d)

266. According to the modern concept of teaching, a teacher should play the main role
(a) philosopher (b) friend
(c) Working Group (d) Instructor
Ans: (b)

267. The role of the teacher is
(a) Transfer of knowledge
(b) impart knowledge
(c) Train in acquiring skills
(d) Simplify knowledge creation
Ans: (d)

268. A thoughtful teacher creates a situation in the classroom that the student
(a) Can hear speech
(b) Take notes of speech of the teacher in the classroom
(c) Maintain discipline in the classroom
(d) students and mutually end the teacher : to encourage action
Ans: (d)

269. The role of teachers is
(a) Communicating knowledge
(b) Keeping students in discipline
(c) Chhatrcentrit, action-based end : to create a functional learning
(d) All of the above
Ans: (d)

270. A perfect classroom teacher
(a) Nurtures the natural curiosity of the students
(b) Encourages students to interact
(c) Involves students in real global situations
(d) All of the above
Ans: (d)

271. A perfect teacher is one who
(a) makes the desired behavioral change in the student
(b) Transmits knowledge orally
(c) Describes information
(d) communicates the curriculum
Ans: (a)

272. It is said that teacher should have resources
(a) He should have sufficient amount of money and property so that he does not teach tuition
(b) He should have contact with higher officials so that no one can harm him
(c) He should have enough knowledge so that he can solve the problems of the students
(d) He should have good penetration among the students so that the authorities do not take any action against him.
Ans: (c)

273. The teacher should have a role in the learning process-
(a) facilitator (b) instructor
(c) Instructor (d) Controller
Ans: (a)

274. A teacher expresses anger at small mistakes made by a child, This indicates—
(a) He is the well-wisher of the child
(b) He lacks knowledge
(c) He is frustrated
(d) It is not sensitively balanced
Ans: (d)

275. The role of the teacher at the present time is
(A) of that knowledge (b) of the facilitator
(c) friend’s (d) manager’s
Ans: (b)

276. The quality found in an ideal teacher is
(a) Democratic approach
(b) authority over the subject matter
(c) Knowledge of child psychology
(d) All of the above
Ans: (d)

277 Relationship between teacher and student should be
(a) affection (b) trust
(c) Respect (d) All these
Ans: (d)

278. A good teacher promotes among students
(a) spirit of competition (b) spirit of cooperation
(c) feeling of rivalry (d) feeling of neutrality
Ans: (b)

279. Which statement is best for a teacher?
(a) Every child can learn
(b) Some children can learn
(c) Most children can learn
(d) Very few children can learn
Ans: (a)

280. The role of a teacher in a class is
(a) Strict adherence to the time table and stick to the syllabus
(b) Accumulating reliable learning conditions and facilitating independent thinking to learners
(c) Perfecting the learners with their knowledge and preparing them for the exam
(d) Directly imparting knowledge and preparing learners for correct answers
Ans: (b)

281. Which of the following elements can be helpful for learning in class?
(a) Increasing the number of tests to motivate children to learn
(b) Promoting and supporting children’s autonomy by teachers
(c) To maintain uniformity in one instruction method
(d) Increase the duration of black marks from 40 minutes to 50 minutes
Ans: (b)

282. Among the maximum teachers in schools, who lacks the most for their students?
(a) affection (b) anger
(c) Accusation (d) Hatred
Ans: (d)

283. You feel that some children in your class are learning very fast and some very slow. What would you do in this situation?
(a) The children learning at a fast pace will let them move forward.
(b) Will not pay any attention to children who learn slow.
(c) will not pay any attention to this matter.
(d) Children of fast learning will be assisted to teach slow learning children.
Ans: (d)

284. The role of teacher in modern teaching learning process is-
(a) A good facilitator for learning
(b) To teach mathematics, science and language to children
(c) To provide value based education to children
(d) To teach everything to children
Ans: (a)

285. The best method of teaching values ​​at primary level is
(a) Explaining the importance of values
(b) Punishment for not following values
(c) Value addition in teacher’s practice
(d) All of the above
Ans: (c)

286. A parent never comes to see you in school. you
(a) Will ignore the child
(b) will write to the parent
(c) You will go to meet them yourself
(d) Start punishing the child
Ans: (c)

287. A teacher should be resourceful. This means
(a) They should have enough wealth so that they do not need to teach
(b) They should have a high level of authority
(c) They should have enough knowledge to solve the problems of their students
(d) He should be famous among students
Ans: (c)

288. Some teachers have sent you a congratulatory letter on Teacher’s Day. What would you do? you
(a) will do nothing
(b) will thank them
(c) Tell them not to waste money
(d) wish them good luck in return
Ans: (b)

289. A student arrives late in your class. you
(a) will inform his parents
(b) will punish him
(c) try to find out the reason
(d) Ignore it
Ans: (c)

290. If a student does not respect you, you
(a) Ignore it
(b) will give less marks in the exam
(c) Talk to his parents
(d) will scold him
Ans: (c)

291. If a student is hesitant to attend class, you
(a) will not ask him questions
(b) Questions he can answer. Only those questions will be asked
(c) will not ask questions for which the answer is beyond his / her ability due to which he / she may become ridiculed in class.
(d) Ask him questions only when he is excited to answer her
Ans: (d)

292. The teacher should behave –
(a) administrative (b) instructive
(c) idealistic (d) directional
Ans: (c)

293. Which of the following is an example of effective school practice?
(a) continuous comparative evaluation
(b) corporal punishment
(c) Individual proxy learning
(d) competitive class
Ans: (c)

294. Which of the following best / appropriately describes the role of a teacher in a secondary school classroom?
(a) Using the power point presentation to deliver lectures
(b) Discourage multi-perspective and focus on one-dimensional perspective
(c) To provide opportunities for discussions
(d) Encouraging learners to compete for first place
Ans: (c)

295. The role of a teacher in a class is :
(a) Rigorously adhering to the time table and sticking to the syllabus.
(b) To create reliable learning conditions and to facilitate independent thinking for learners.
(c) To fill the learners with their knowledge and prepare them for the exam.
(d) To impart knowledge in a direct way and to prepare the learners for correct answers.
Ans: (b)

296. To create a positive environment in the primary classroom, a teacher
(a) Should not differentiate and ensure equal goals for each child
(b) They should be allowed to form their own groups on the basis of sociology during group activities.
(c) Stories with positive endings should be told.
(d) Every child should be greeted in the morning
Ans (a)

297. A teacher due to his democratic nature allows students to sit anywhere in the whole class. Some learners sit together and discuss or do group reading. Some sit quietly and read on their own. A parent does not like this. Which of the following can be the best way to deal with this situation ?
(a) Parents should request the Principal to change the section of their child
(b) Parents should express confidence in the teacher and discuss the problem with the teacher
(c) Parents should remove their child from that school
(d) Parents should report the teacher to the Principal.
Ans: (b)

298. The term ‘Curriculum’ in the field of education refers to —–.
(a) The entire program of the school in which students gain experience every day
(b) evaluation process
(c) Textual materials used in class
(d) teaching method and subject matter to be studied
Ans: (a)

299. Many children in India – especially girls – do housework before coming to school and after returning from school. What do you think a teacher should do about homework in this context?
(a) The teacher should give homework that connects the learning done in the school with the domestic life of the children.
(b) The teacher should ensure that the children get up early in the morning to complete their homework and stay till late.
(c) Ask the parents of the children to get tuition done to complete their homework.
(d) He should give harsh punishment to those children who do not complete their homework.
Ans: (a)

300. Parents should play a —- role in the learning process of children.
(a) forward-looking (b) sympathetic
(c) neutral (d) negative
Ans: (a)

301. Which of the following qualifications would a strong school promote the most among its teachers?
(a) competitive attitude (b) tendency to test
(c) memory (d) disciplined nature
Ans: (a)

302. Which of the following should be considered the most important feature in a teacher at primary level?
(a) eagerness to teach
(b) patience and perseverance
(c) Proficiency in knowledge of teaching methods and subjects
(d) Proficiency in teaching in very standard language
Ans: (b)

303. As a prospective teacher, you will need …………… and connect with a class of different students.
(a) deal (b) join
(c) understanding (d) cooperation
Ans: (c)

304. Which of the following is not an element of communication process?
(A) through (b) End : Action
(c) feedback (d) reinforcement
Ans: (d)

305. The most important quality of a good teacher is-
(a) Thorough knowledge of content
(b) Good communication skills
(c) Taking care of the interest of the students
(d) Effective leadership qualities
Ans: (b)

306. Communication with students means
(a) Ask them to ask questions
(b) exchange of ideas
(c) instruct them
(d) Making them aware of their thoughts
Ans: (b)

307. An effective teacher requires that
(a) He belongs to upper caste
(b) Has a high socio-economic level
(c) He is proficient in communication
(d) be tough
Ans: (c)

308. There should be communication between teaching and learners in the classroom.
(a) textbook focused (b) student centered
(c) Teacher-centered (d) Objective-focused
Ans: (d)

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