Teaching Aptitude MCQ Questions with Answers

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MCQ on Teaching Aptitude for Students

Which issue existentialism give top priority?

1. Technical and professional education

2. Student’s freedom

3. Individual freedom

4. All the above

Option 2 – Student’s freedom

To which issue realism gave top priority?

1. Student’s freedom

2. Individual freedom

3. Technical and professional education

4. Realization of the soul

Option 3 – Technical and professional education

What do parents generally expect from a school?

1. To make their children put their minds to learning

2. Providing individual attention

3. To join the children in the class which they think is the best

4. To develop their children’s personality in desired thoughts

Option 4 – To develop their children’s personality in desired thoughts

Who will prepare the organizational plan of the school?

1. Teacher

2. Headmaster

3. Mandal educational officer

4. District educational officer

Option 2 – Headmaster

Which school of thought gave priority to students’ freedom?

1. Naturalism

2. Idealism

3. Realism

4. Existentialism

Option 1 – Naturalism

Who designed the steps in teaching?

1. John Dewey

2. Kominian

3. Maria Montessori

4. Herbert

Option 4 – Herbert

What stands for Tabula rasa’

1. Teaching aid

2. Teaching method

3. Student’s age

4. The brain of the just-born child

Option 4 – The brain of the just-born child

Teaching should be like this

1. From the known to the unknown

2. From the unknown to the known

3. From clarity to ambiguity

4. From unscientific to scientific

Option 1 – From the known to the unknown

Which commission suggested that ‘honors courses’ should be started for talented students?

1. Kothari commission

2. Calcutta university commission

3. Janardhan Reddy commission

4. Sargent report

Option 2 – Calcutta university commission

The educational process is a three-pole method with the student, teacher, and the surroundings. As a would-be teacher, how do you establish a link between the student and the surroundings?

1. I will help the student understand his surroundings

2. I will use the surroundings as learning material in the day-to-day learning process of the child

3. Above two

4. None of the above

Option 3 – Above two

To whom is evaluation useful?

1. To teachers

2. To headmasters

3. To teacher and students

4. To students

Option 3 – To teacher and students

In which year was the non-detention method introduced?

1. 1952

2. 1962

3. 1971

4. 1982

Option 3 – 1971

Up to what class elementary school education is limited according to the suggestions of the National Education Policy (1986)?

1. 1st to 5th standard

2. 1st to 7th standard

3. 6th to 8th standard

4. 6th to 10th standard

Option 3 – 6th to 8th standard

Who can evaluate the student’s ability properly?

1. Headmaster

2. Class teacher

3. Friend

4. Parents

Option 2 – Class teacher

What changes do take place in a person’s behavior?

1. Attitude

2. Knowledge

3. Education

4. Learning

Option 4 – Learning

Primary level in Andhra Pradesh means …

1. 1st to 5th standard

2. 1st to 7th standard

3. 6th to 8th standard

4. 5th to 7th standard

Option 1 – 1st to 5th standard

Which commission submitted the report ‘Education and National Development?

1. Kothari Commission

2. Janardhan Reddy Commission

3. Calcutta University Commission

4. National Education Policy – 1986

Option 2 – Janardhan Reddy Commission

In which year Macauley’s English education policy came into effect?

1. 1815

2. 1825

3. 1835

4. 1845

Option 3 – 1835

In which year was the concept of compulsory elementary education accepted by the government as its objective?

1. 1905

2. 1911

3. 1915

4. 1921

Option 4 – 1921

What are the benefits of students’ excursions?

1. Rest from everyday routine in school

2. Scope to gain direct knowledge

3. Increase intimacy among students

4. None of the above

Option 2 – Scope to gain direct knowledge

The teaching intended for students, who lag behind in studies is …….

1. Micro teaching

2. Classroom teaching

3. Remedial teaching

4. None of them

Option 3 – Remedial teaching

Which year was the committee ‘Hartag’ appointed?

1. 1909

2. 1999

3. 1929

4. 1939

Option 3 – 1929

In which year was the ‘Provincial Autonomy Act’ introduced to prepare plans for area-wise compulsory education and raise funds for the same?

1. 1917

2. 1927

3. 1937

4. 1947

Option 3 – 1937

Which commission was headed by Dr. Lakshmana Swami Mudaliar?

1. Kothari Commission

2. University Grants Commission

3. National Education Commission-1986

4. Secondary Education Commission

Option 4 – Secondary Education Commission

Which commission was appointed headed by D.S. Kothari?

1. National Education Commission

2. University Education Commission

3. National Education Policy (1986)

4. Secondary Education Commission

Option 1 – National Education Commission

What is the purpose of population studies?

1. To reduce the population

2. To explain to one all the benefits which can be obtained by reducing the population

3. Achieving National Objectives

4. All the above

Option 3 – Achieving National Objectives

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