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Teaching Aptitude Quiz (English) for KVS and NVS Exam

Teaching Aptitude Quiz (English) for KVS and NVS Exam_30.1

1.Which statement is not true about interest?
A.Interest are innate and acquired
B.Interest change with time
C.Interest remain same
D.Interest are not reflection of attraction and aversion in behavior

2.The dominant element of emotion is-

3.According to Kohlberg, a teacher can install moral values in children by-
A.Laying clear rules of behavior
B.Involving them in discussions on moral issues
C.Giving strict instruction on ‘how to behave’
D.Giving importance to religious teachings

4.While making syllabus of science at primary level, one should keep in mind that there are pupil who don’t know about science. So for creating interest about science, the content should be-
A.Theory based only
B.Real Life based Problems
C.Logical order
D.All of these

5. Teaching is an international process in which the classroom statements are included. This definition expresses –
A. the nature of teaching in automatic set up
B. the nature of teaching in democratic set up
C. the nature of teaching in laissez faire set up
D. none of the above

6. First two years after birth are critical
A. To self-concept formation
B. To aptitude formation
C. To sensory formation
D. Only in the minds of parents

7. In Piaget’s classification system, the child learns language and the logic of classification and numbers during which period?
A. Sensorimotor
B. Latency
C. Formal operation
D. Concrete operations

8. Which one of the following is the moro-reflex?
A. Sucking
B. Toes curling upward and outward
C. A response to the sudden sensation of falling
D. None of these

9. The new born’s world is ‘nothing more than a blooming buzzing confusion’, was said by –
A. William James
B. Jena Piaget
C. B.F. Skinner
D. None of these

10.Poems and stories are effective in transacting the themes of EVS. This is because poems and stories-
I.Can be rich depiction of the child’s environment
II.Can provide contextual learning environment
III.Can explain various abstract concepts effectively
IV.Can nurture creativity and  aesthetic sense
A.I, II and  IV
B.Only III
C.Only II
D.I and II

S1: Ans.d
S2: Ans.a
S3: Ans.b
S4: Ans.d
S5: Ans.b
S6: Ans.a
S7: Ans.d
S8: Ans.c
S9: Ans.a
S10: Ans.a