CBSE UGC-NET Teaching Aptitude Questions (Part 6 of 7)

  1. According to the need of the society Drop outs are more likely to be

    1. unemployed

    2. vulnerable to the. Requirement of public assistance

    3. engaged in antisocial behaviour

    4. all ofthese

    Answer: d

  2. Teacher's professionalism means

    1. the extent to which a teacher subscribes to a professional code

    2. a teacher has to teach for the sake of getting salaries

    3. a teacher must have completed professional teachers training course before his appointment

    4. all of the above

    Answer: a

  3. Teachers'professionalism may be assessed in terms of all of the following commitments except

    1. commitment to the profession and students

    2. commitment to the colleagues and employer

    3. commitment to the religion and castes

    4. commitment to the parents and community

    Answer: c

  4. The first important step in teaching is

    1. planning before hand

    2. organizing material to be taught

    3. knowing the background of students

    4. none of the above

    Answer: c

  5. Suppose you are an ambitious teacher. You have high ideals for class room teaching but your hard labour goes In vain. The reason underlying this problem maybe

    1. Your teaching level is above the ability level of students

    2. Individual differences among students make your efforts futile

    3. both of these

    4. none of the above

    Answer: c

  6. If a student becomes unconscious in the class what will you do first?

    1. Rushing to the principal's office and con vas sing for help impatiently

    2. Telephoning student's parents and waiting for them

    3. Giving first aid to him and trying to contact any nearby doctor

    4. making arrangement to send him to his home

    Answer: c

  7. If you come across to teach a blind student along with the normal students what type of behaviour you are expected to exhibit?

    1. Take care of him with sympathy

    2. Don't give any extra attention because majority of students may suffer

    3. Arrange the seat in the front row and try to keep your teaching pace according to him without making the other students suffer

    4. none of the above

    Answer: c

  8. A new comer teacher who is maltreated in his class will deal with the students by

    1. applying punitive measures

    2. improving his qualities and expressing it before them in a good way

    3. changing his class after consultation with the principal

    4. giving them a threat of expulsion

    Answer: b

  9. If a child is a back bencher and is unable to watch the black board cleariy, As a result he stands, sees and sits repeatedly. What inference will you draw regarding the case?

    1. The child is of short height as compared to his class mates

    2. The blackboard is under shining effect oflight

    3. The child has defective-vision

    4. both a & c

    Answer: d

  10. A child may have hearing impairment if

    1. he speaks loudly unusually

    2. he comes nearer to the speaker during conversation

    3. he generally says, “Please repeat” to the teacher

    4. all of the above

    Answer: d