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Q 1. Participant observation is a part of

(1) Philosophical research

(2) Mentalist Theory of Language

(3) Mathematical research

(4) Ethnographic research

Q2. From the list given below identify the instructional events which form part of the structure of a lesson plan. Select your answer from the option given below the list.

List of instructional events:

(i) Gaining attention of students

(ii) Prior knowledge of students

(iii) Informing the learner of the objectives

(iv) Stimulating recall of pre-requisite learning

(v) Checking the availability of reading material in the library.

(vi) Eliciting the desired response


(1) (i) (ii) (iii) (iv)

(2) (i) (iii) (iv) (vi)

(3) (ii) (iii) (v) (vi)

(4) (i) (iii) (iv) (v)

Q 3. Which teaching aids enhance the skills like reading, listening and pronunciation?

(1) Audio- lingual teaching aids

(2) Scientific teaching aids

(3) General knowledge teaching aids

(4) Theoretical based teaching aids

Q4. Critical language testing in a research report is

(1) Testing language from an ethical point of view, revealing its misuse

(2) Evaluating the stylistic characteristics of language

(3) Critiquing the ideology of the author

(4) Observing the gender role played by language

Q5. In the sets given below Set-I provide the different levels of learning according to Bloom՚s Taxonomy; whole set-II gives their examples and concerns. Math the two sets and select from the options to indicate your answer:

Set-I Provide the Different Levels of Learning According to Blooms Taxonomy; Whole Set-II Gives Their Examples and Concerns.
Set-1Set -2
a) Memory Level(i) identifying examples of a given concept
b) Understanding level(ii) Generating new ideas
c) Analysing level(iii) Recalling information
d) Creating level(iv) Isolating information into parts


(a) (b) (c) (d)

(1) (ii) (i) (iii) (iv)

(2) (i) (ii) (iii) (iv)

(3) (iv) (iii) (i) (ii)

(4) (iii) (i) (iv) (vi)

Q 6. Among the following which one is an example of instructional software?

(1) Audio podcast

(2) Printed material or book

(3) Radio talk

(4) Edusat

Q7. A university teacher plans to study the effect of level of aspiration of student in terms of their socio-economic background on their scholastic performance at the term end evaluation conducted by an external testing agency. What is the dependent variable in this study?

(1) Level of aspiration of students

(2) Socio-economic background of student

(3) Scholastic performance of student

(4) Term end evaluation

Q8. Think aloud procedure is

(1) A part of secondary source of date

(2) A technique used to investigate learner strategies

(3) A strategy of testing leaner՚s aptitude by providing primary sources

(4) A necessary method in scientific research

Q 9. Plagiarism in research is

(1) Creative use of previous data

(2) Copying unscrupulously and making use of it

(3) Quoting someone and citing him/her

(4) Referring to previous data and working over it

Q10. Diagnostic Evaluation ascertains.

(1) Students performance at the beginning of instruction

(2) Causes and remedies of persistent learning problems during instructions

(3) Degree of achievement of instructional objectives at the end

(4) Learning progress and failure after instructions


Unquestionably a literary life is for the most part an unhappy life, because if you have genius, you must suffer the penalty of genius, and if you only talent there are so many cares and worries incidental to the circumstances of men of letters, as to make life exceedingly miserable. Besides the pangs of composition, and the continuous disappointing which a true artist feel at his inability to reveal himself, there is the ever-recurring difficulty of gaining the public ear. Young writers are buoyed up by the hope and the belief that they have only to throw that poem at the world՚s feet to get back in return the laurel-crown; that they have only to push as a new light in literature. You can never convince a young author that the editor of magazines and the publishers of book are a practical body of men. Who are by no means frantically anxious about placing the best literature before the pubic, nay, that for the most part they are mere brokers, who conduct their business on the hardest lines of a profit and loss account. But supposing your book fairly launches, its perils are only beginning. You have to run the gauntlet of the critics. When you are a little older, you will find that criticism is not much more serious than the bye -play of clowns in a circus, when they beat around the ring, the victim with bladders stung at the end of long poles. A time comes in the life of every author when he regards critics as comical rather than formidable, and goes his way unheeding. But there are sensitive souls that yield under the chastisement and, perhaps after suffering much silent torture, abandon the profession of the pen forever.

Q11. The Perception towards the publishers and critics in the above passage is

(1) That of a scathing attack

(2) That of sympathy

(3) That of generosity

(4) That of cynicism

Q12. Young authors aspire to

(1) Equate themselves to the established authors

(2) Remain content in their work only

(3) Achieve glory by their merit yet always in a hurry

(4) Become critics subsequently

Q13. Literary life is unhappy because

(1) One has carry the load of being a genius while not being one

(2) The genius can still remain a genius and be amidst misery in the face of adversity

(3) Talent bring pseudo happiness

(4) There is a constant desire to outshines other

Q14. The effective way to tackling criticism is

(1) To defend oneself through print media

(2) To be vocal about one՚s craft

(3) To become a critic of one ′ own art and start analyzing its merit

(4) To be gracefully glued to the artistic exercise

Q15. Experience and age of an author

(1) Makes the author stoic to criticism

(2) Makes the author angry and lovely

(3) Turns the author to a buffoon

(4) Drives the author to cynicism

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