UGC NET Dec 2013 Paper 1 Solved Part 8 [ CBSE NET-JRF Updates ]
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Q. Arrange the following teaching process in order:
(i) Relate the Present knowledge with Previous one
(iv) Formulating instructional objectives
(v) Presentation of instructional materials
(A) (i), (ii), (iii), (iv), (v)
(B) (ii), (i), (iii), (iv), (v)
(C) (v), (iv), (iii), (i), (ii)
(D) (iv), (i), (v), (ii), (iii)
For any teaching process there should be proper objectives, followed by review of literature, data sources and methods, evaluation and finally reteaching.
Q. CIET stands for
(A) Centre for Integrated Education and Technology
(B) Central Institute for Engineering and Technology
(C) Central Institute for Education Technology
(D) Centre for Integrated Evaluation Techniques.
Central Institute of Educational Technology (CIET) is a constituent unit of the NCERT, an autonomous body under the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Govt. of India.
Q. Teacher's role at higher education
(A) provide information to students.
(B) promote self learning in students.
(C) encourage healthy competition among students.
(D) help students to solve their problems.
Teacher aims to promote self-learning or provide students with the direction to solve problems.
Q. The Verstehen School of Understanding was popularised by
(A) German Social scientists
(B) American philosophers
(C) British Academicians
(D) Italian political Analysts
Verstehen in the context of German philosophy and social sciences in general, has been used since the late 19th century with the particular sense of "interpretive or participatory" examination of social phenomena.
Q. The sequential operations in scientific research are
(A) Co-variation, Elimination of Spurious Relations, Generalisation, Theorisation
(B) Generalisation, Co-variation, Theorisation, Elimination of Spurious Relations
(C) Theorisation, Generalisation, Elimination of Spurious Relations, Co-variation
(D) Elimination of Spurious Relations, Theorisation, Generalisation, Co-variation.
Basic Operation in Scientific Research Process are:
Demonstration Covariation: Co-variation simply means that two or more phenomena (or variables) vary together.
Eliminating spurious relations: Non-spurious relation is a correlation between two phenomena that cannot be explained by third factor.
Establishing the time order of sequence: This explains one phenomena occurs first and changes prior to second phenomena.
Theorising: Theory is viewed as interpretation of observed covariation.
- Published/Last Modified on: January 25, 2014