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Teaching Aptitude Quiz (English) for KVS and NVS Exam

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

Q1. What should be the main objective of teaching?
(a) Prepare students to pass the examination.
(b) To dictate good notes.
(c) Provide required information related to the subject.
(d) To develop thinking power of students.

Q2. Teachers use teaching-aids for
(a) impressing the students.
(b) making teaching interesting.
(c) making students attentive.
(d) making teaching within understanding level of students.

Q3. What should a teacher do to develop spirit of labour in students?
(a) Give example of people who put in labour.
(b) Teacher should indulge in labour.
(c) Give detailed lecturs on importance of labour.
(d) Give opportunities to students to do labour often.

Q4. While on a trip to a hill-station, one of your students misbehaves with an old lady, you would
(a) not accept his fault as you all are from a very reputed school.
(b) argue with lady and ask her to call the police.
(c) make your student apologise and say sorry to the old lady.
(d) take all the students away from the scene immediately.

Q5. If when called, some parents/guardians of the students do not come to see the teacher, the teacher should
(a) write to the parents/guardians.
(b) go and meet them.
(c) punish the student.
(d) start ignoring the student.

Q6. Group and participatory learning practices should be
(a) discouraged.
(b) ignored.
(c) encouraged.
(d) None of these

Q7. Today, both teachers and students
(a) need not operate computers.
(b) should be computer savvy.
(c) may be computer literate.
(d) should not know anything about computers.

Q8. Studying a material at a stretch is known as
(a) distributed learning.
(b) massed learning.
(c) spaced learning.
(d) None of these

Q9. Job of curriculum construction is considered as
(a) a routine work.
(b) not a specialized job.
(c) a highly specialized job.
(d) not a significant work.
Q10. Students should be praised in
(a) private
(b) separately
(c) public
(d) individually.


S1. Ans.(d)
S2. Ans.(d)
S3. Ans.(d)
S4. Ans.(c)
S5. Ans.(a)
S6. Ans.(c)
S7. Ans.(c)
S8. Ans.(a)
S9. Ans.(c)
S10. Ans.(c)