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01 If there is a hallmark of problem-solving approach then which one is that particular characteristics?
- The statement that explains the problem is equipped with implicit hint
- There is only the pathway that leads to the right answer
- The problem is based on only a definite topic or principle
- The problem relates to daily life situation
Option 1 – The statement that explains the problem is equipped with implicit hint
02 Which of the following is the idea given by EL Thorndike?
- Learning a concept and using it over a period of time helps in reduction of the errors committed by students
- Learning a concept and then using it repeatedly will not help reducing errors until the teacher supervises every time
- By learning a difficult concept and then applying it to a problem is difficult too but to a certain extent
- A student will take time in learning the concept but once he learns it then he will apply successfully
Option 1 – Learning a concept and using it over a period of time helps in reduction of the errors committed by students
03 Which of the given statements is not correct about the children’s scientific outlook?
- children are problem-solvers by nature
- children are scientific-investigators
- children love to explore things nearby them
- children are the passive listeners and the passive recipients of knowledge
Option 4 – children are the passive listeners and the passive recipients of knowledge
04 A teacher wants the learning curves of his students to be better. Which of the following will help him achieve this?
- students should be allowed to read more books so that they gain more knowledge
- students should be subjected to tests more often
- teacher should use the carrot and stick policy
- students should be given an opportunity to discuss a problem in groups
Option 4 – students should be given an opportunity to discuss a problem in groups
05 Out of the given statements which one is not correct about children?
- children are not passive but active explorers of their surrounding
- there remains a scientific investigators in every child
- children receives the knowledge in passive form
- children are more of a problem solver and less of a problem creator
Option 3 – children receives the knowledge in passive form
06 Student is asked to sum-up the steps in the process of problem-solving. Out of the given statements, choose which one is not a step related to problem-solving
- problem should be identified
- the problem should be broken down in smaller units
- thinking out the possible strategies or solutions
- outcomes are to be anticipated
Option 2 – the problem should be broken down in smaller units
07 Which of the following is correct for the statement : ” A problem statement has enough of clear hints “?
- problem-solving approach
- identification of the problems
- assessment of problem
- anticipation of the solution of the problem
Option 1 – problem-solving approach
08 Which one doesn’t support the easing out the ways of problem-solving in a funny way?
- creativity in thinking
- ample time for recreation
- peer discussion
- anticipating perfection from them without any supervision
Option 4 – anticipating perfection from them without any supervision
09 Which of the following is the first step in the scientific method of problem-solving?
- formation of hypothesis
- verification of hypothesis
- problem awareness
- collection of relevant information
Option 3 – problem awareness
10 A teacher can make problem-solving fun for students by doing all the following except
- expecting perfection from the students while they are trying to do things by themselves
- providing open ended material
- giving time for free play
- providing endless opportunities for creative thinking
Option 1 – expecting perfection from the students while they are trying to do things by themselves
11 Which of the following characteristics is the hall mark of the problem-solving approach?
- there is usually one approach for getting the right answer
- the problem is based on only one principle topic
- there is an implicit hint given in the problem statement
- the problem is original
Option 3 – there is an implicit hint given in the problem statement
12 The following are the steps in the process of problem-solving except
- anticipate outcomes
- identification of a problem
- breaking down the problem into smaller parts
- explore possible strategies
Option 3 – breaking down the problem into smaller parts
13 Which of the following does not deter problem-solving?
- mental sets
Option 1 – insight
14 When students are given an opportunity to discuss a problem in groups, their learning curve
- becomes better
- remains stable
- remains the same
Option 1 – becomes better
15 To a question related to preparation of tea in the class, a student answered it on the basis of the inputs that he had watching his mother preparing coffee. This is related to?
- law of attitude
- law of readiness
- law of analogy
- law of effect
Option 3 – law of analogy
16 What changes does a child make in himself when he is at concrete-operational stage?
- a child begins to think logically about objects and events
- a child becomes active towards his day to day operations
- a child brings the experience of others in the operations that are meant to him
- a child becomes responsive to external things whenever comes into contact
Option 1 – a child begins to think logically about objects and events
17 Which of the following processes refers to the researching the functioning of the mind? ( Child: A Problem-Solver and as a Scientific Investigator )
- mind reading
- intellectual rationing
- mind mapping
- intellectual mapping
Option 2 – intellectual rationing
18 Problem-solving attitude comes from creative learners. Which of the given statements supports the concept in the best way?
- by enabling the teachers and students know the value of good education
- training the students to score high in the exams he appears into
- creating a hype in the students since childhood about the grades
- providing opportunities to question and to nurture innate talents of learner
Option 4 – providing opportunities to question and to nurture innate talents of learner
19 In the scientific method of problem-solving what comes in the last out of the given ones ( Child: A Problem-Solver and as a Scientific Investigator )
- identification of problem
- collection of information
- formation of alternatives
- authenticating the alternatives
Option 4 – authenticating the alternatives
20 A teacher was to teach the concept of making curd from milk. Which method do you think is most suitable for the purpose?
- to explain the process of curd formation
- to make diagrams showing the process
- to allow students to make curd by themselves and observe the proceedings
- to give pictorial presentation
Option 3 – to allow students to make curd by themselves and observe the proceedings
21 Problem-solving can be easy and fun for the students if
- the teacher expects everything fine from the students
- the teacher gives freedom to the students to do what they think best
- the teacher tries to adopt carrot and stick policy
- the students don’t depend upon teacher and do the assignment with his peers.
Option 2 – the teacher gives freedom to the students to do what they think best
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