Q1. With regard to tension, it is not correct to say that
(a) Tension is always experienced unpleasant.
(b) The amount of tension is generally proportional to the degree of activation.
(c) The feeling of tension appears to result from both muscle sensations and central nervous-system processes.
(d) Tension can be relieved only through some type of activity.
Q2. Probably the best thing a beginner teacher might take with him into his classroom is
(a) Knowledge of one’s subject is the crucial thing.
(b) Liking children is necessary and a sufficient condition for effective teaching.
(c) Pupil adjustment is the paramount educational objective.
(d) Learning is effective to the extent that it involves the goals and purposes of individual children.
Q3. In the behaviour management plan used on the problem child discussed in the text, Rochelle’s parents did all of the following except
(a) They reinforced desirable behaviours and used time out to punish undesirable behaviours.
(b) They selected a reward they would have reinforcing properties for Rochelle
(c) They stopped giving Rochelle attention when she misbehaved.
(d) None of these
Q4. Which of the following is least clearly an aspect of mental development?
(a) an increase in the ability to deal with the abstract and with symbols in manipulating one’s environment
(b) an increase in the ability to concentrate for progressively longer periods of time
(c) an increase in originality, imaginativeness, and creativity
(d) none of these
Q5. Black-board can be included in which group/category of teaching-aids?
(a) visual aids
(b) audio aids
(c) audio-visual aids
(d) none of the above
Q6. Which of the following is related with teaching skill?
(a) black board writing
(b) solving questions
(c) asking questions
(d) all of the above
Q7. Students who ask questions in the class should be-
(a) encouraged to continue asking questions
(b) encouraged to search answers independently
(c) encouraged to participate in the discussion in the class
(d) advised to meet the teacher after the class
Q8. At authoritarian level teaching is –
(c) headmaster centered
(d) experience centered
Q9. Institutional planning should be based on-
(a) Aim and needs
Q10. It is often complained that there is a ‘brain drain’ in our country. The implication is that
(a) the brains of educated persons are being washed in unnecessary pursuits.
(b) students brains are burdened with education unnecessarily.
(c) education today is creating strain to the brains of students.
(d) educated and capable people are seeking jobs in other countries for better opportunities and economic benefits.