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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.The curriculum of science of primary standard school be-
A.Child centered
B.Subject centered
C.Book centered
D.All of the above

2.The use of teacher made tests may be preferred over standardized tests for assessing the performance of disadvantage students as-
A.Standardized tests are given to only those students who come from higher strata of society
B.Standardized tests don’t take into account the special need of disadvantaged group
C.Standardized tests have large errors of measurement
D.Standardized tests are focused on rote memory

3.Which one of the following is most crucial factor for a differently abled child?
A.Controlling his/her behavior
B.Improving his/her grades
C.Enhancing his/her skills
D.Reducing his/her suffering

4.Which approach is related to teaching of Science?
A.Integrated approach
B.Standard approach
C.Correlation approach
D.Unit approach

5.The early identification of special children is important to-
A.Prevent secondary disabilities
B.Discourage their self- efforts to be at par with normal children
C.Persuade them to attend special schools
D.Help them to cope with their special status

6.Science teaching objectives are determined on basis of-
C.Time limitation
D.All of the above

7. In a Mathematics classroom, emphasis is placed on-
A. problem solving strategies
B. mathematical content, process and reasoning
C. mathematical content
D. mathematical algorithms and processes

8. A teacher before beginning to teach “digestion” to class VI students provide them with the outline diagram of a human body and asks them to draw all parts, through which they think the food would travel from mouth when they eat. What could be the teacher’s purpose of asking this question?
A. to investigate students prior ideas related to human body and digestion so that future teaching learning sessions can be accordingly planned
B. to find out which students have read the topic in advance and come prepared for the class and grade them accordingly
C. to evaluate students drawing skills as drawing diagrams is an important skill in life sciences
D. to judge students understanding of the digestive system and grade them accordingly

9. Classroom discussion was initiated in class V on ‘Sale’ in festival season, during topic of ‘percentage’. This type of discussion in classroom
A. Start heated arguments in class and spoils the atmosphere of the class
B. Help the students to listen to each other’s opinion and encourage them to present their argument
C. Must be avoided as it raises the noise level of class and disturb others
D. Help the students to enhance their debating skills

10. For an effective discussion in class VII on the topic “Why smoke rises up? A science teacher should
1) discourage questions during discussion
2) acknowledge learner’s responses to sustain their interest
3) summarize and assess the learner’s ideas at the end of discussion
4) provide a common platform to the learners
A. only III
B. Only II, III and IV
C. Only I
D. none of these