Q1. The student will be able to recite their ABCs.
Q2. The student will be able to write a commercial to sell a new product.
Q3. The student will be able to create a puppet show over a topic of study.
Q4. In the area of physical science, which one of the following definitions describes the term “polarization”?
(a) The separation of electric charges by friction.
(b) The ionization of atoms by high temperatures.
(c) The interference of sound waves in a closed chamber.
(d) The vibration of transverse waves in a single plane
Q5. Which one of the following describes what takes place in the so-called PREPARATION stage of the creative process, as applied to the solution of a particular problem?
(a) The problem is identified and defined.
(b) All available information about the problem is collected.
(c) An attempt is made to see if the proposed solution to the problem is acceptable.
(d) The person goes through some experience leading to a general idea of how the problem can be solved.
Q6. Which one of the following memory systems does a piano-tuner mainly use in his occupation?
(a) Echoic memory
(b) Short-term memory
(c) Long-term memory
(d) Mono-auditory memory
Q7. Read carefully through the paragraph below and decide which of the options A-D is correct.
“The basic premise of pragmatism is that questions posed by speculative metaphysical propositions can often be answered by determining what the practical consequences of the acceptance of a particular metaphysical proposition are in this life. Practical consequences are taken as the criterion for assessing the relevance of all statements or ideas about truth, norm, and hope.”
(a) The word “acceptance” should be replaced by “rejection.”
(b) The word “often” should be replaced by “only.”
(c) The word “speculative” should be replaced by hypothetical.”
(d) The word “criterion” should be replaced by “measure.”
Q8. A teacher asks his/her students to draw a concept map to reflect their comprehension of a topic. He/She is
(a) Jogging the memory of the students
(b) Conducting formative assessment
(c) Testing the ability of the students to summarize the main points
(d) Trying to develop rubrics to evaluate the achievement of the students
Q9. Bloom’s taxonomy is a hierarchical organisation of …………… .
(a) achievement goals
(b) curricular declarations
(c) reading skills
(d) cognitive objectives
Q10. Which one of the following represents the domain ‘evaluating’ in Bloom’s revised taxonomy?
(a) Evaluating the pertinence of the data provided
(b) Formulating a new way for categorizing objects
(c) Creating a graph or chart using the data
(d) Judging the logical consistency of a solution
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