Q1. Why does a teacher ask few introductory questions before teaching a topic ?
(a) To maintain discipline
(b) To impress about the difficulty of the topic
(c) Testing previous knowledge
(d) All of the above
Q2. Which one of the following is not an objective of achievement testing ?
(a) To know to what extent learning objective fixed by the teacher have become fruitful
(b) To know to what extent the educed has understood the subject-matter
(c) To know if the pupil has acquired the proficiency for class promotion
(d) To know if the pupil will be benefitted from a given training programme
Q3. What is not there in a blue-print prepared for construction of unit test ?
(a) Method of valuation of the answers
(b) Relative weightage to the topics taught
(c) Relative weightage to the instructional objectives
(d) Weightage to the different form of questions
Q4. Which one is not necessary for continuous and comprehensive evaluation ?
(a) Rating scale (b) Check list
(c) Progress care (d) Questionnaire
Q5. What type of testing is necessary to assess learning difficulties ?
(a) Achievement testing (b) Aptitude testing
(c) Diagnostic testing (d) Unit testing
Q6. Which one of the following is not applicable for essay type question ?
(a) Question preparation is easier
(b) All the learning objectives can be measured
(c) Thinking ability and depth of knowledge can be measured
(d) Conduct of examination is easier
Q7. Which one of the following is not an indicator of creativity ?
(a) Divergent thinking
(b) Convergent thinking
Q8. By what type of testing, a gifted child can be identified ?
(a) Diagnostic testing (b) Unit testing
(c) Intelligence testing (d) Aptitude testing
Q9. Mohit does his homework regularly. Oneday he was given some mathematical problems. He successfully solved one problem and was encouraged to solve the next problem. Which of the following learning laws does it indicate?
(a) Law of imitation (b) Law of motivation
(c) Law of practice (d) Law of effect
Q10. Which of the following is different from the other three instructional objectives point of view ?
(a) Discussion (b) Illustration
(c) Description (d) Identification
Q11. What should a teacher do to reduce individual differences in learning ?
(a) Use of flexible Text-book
(b) Special attention on slow learners
(c) Provide facilities to the slow learners to learn at their own pace
(d) All of the above
Q12. Which factor influences development of the child ?
(a) Heredity only
(b) Environment only
(c) Both heredity and environment
Q13. What is the psychological meaning of learning?
(a) Acquisition of knowledge
(b) Studying books
(c) Modification of behaviour
(d) Problem solving
Q14. What does a convex learning curve indicate ?
(a) At the initial stage, learning rate is high and gradually it decreases
(b) At the initial stage, learning rate is slow and gradually it increases
(c) Learning rate is constant
(d) Sudden increase in learning rate
Q15. What one is a sub-law of ‘law of practice’?
(a) Law of effect
(b) Law of disuse
(c) Law of set
(d) Law of selective response
Q16. Which one is not an example of extrinsic motivation ?
(a) Praise (b) Prize
(c) Recognition (d) Interest
Q17. Which one is considered to be the base of all developments of the child?
(a) Moral (b) Mental
(c) Physical (d) Emotional
Q18. Which one of the following is not a method of studying behaviour of educands ?
(a) Free observation (b) Interview
(c) Testing (d) Discussion with parents
Q19. Which one is not an emotion of early childhood ?
(a) Curiosity (b) Anger
(c) Imitation (d) Sorrow
Q20. What is the order of occurrence of the following events in the language development of a child ?
(i) Babbling (ii) Meaningless sound (iii) Sound consisting two words (iv) Speaking part sentences
(a) (ii), (i), (iii), (iv) (b) (i), (ii), (iii), (iv)
(c) (i), (iii), (iv), (ii) (d) (i), (iv), (ii), (iii)
Q21. Which one of the following statements is correct?
(a) Increase in height and weight
(b) Growth depends on development
(c) Growth is quantitative but development is qualitative
(d) Development stops at maturation
Q22. Who is the propounder of the theory of instrumental conditioning for learning?
(a) Pavlov (b) Thorndike
(c) Lewin (d) Skinner
Q23. Which technique is more effective at the primary stage for teaching the environment science ?
(a) Observation (b) Discussion
(c) Discovery based (d) Memory based
Q24. Which learning is not dependent on motor skill?
(a) Drawing (b) Singing
(c) Cycling (d) Typewriting
Q25. A child seeing other children crying started himself/herself crying. What type of activity is it?
(a) Unconscious imitation
(b) Deliberate imitation
(c) Sympathetic imitation
(d) Ideo-motor imitation
Q26. What type of evaluation is B.Ed
(a) Placement (b) Summative
(c) Diagnostic (d) Formative
Q27. An action of a qualitative nature that occurs internallywithout the need for any training and experience
(a) Growth (b) Development
(c) Maturity (d) Behavioral Change
Q28. One of the following statement is not true
(a) Development is rapid in the first three years of life in children
(b) Growth stops at some point in individuals
(c) Changes caused by development can be precisely measurable
(d) Growth is a part of development
Q29. ‘Innate ability of a person’ refers to
(a) Heredity (b) Environment
(c) Development (d) Attitude
Q30. ‘Innate ability of a person refers to heredity.’4. “Adolscere” means
(a) To grow into maturity
(b) To grow to development
(c) To grow to Emotions
(d) To grow to reproductive stage