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Teaching Aptitude Questions for KVS TGT PGT PRT & Principal Exams

Teaching Aptitude Questions for KVS TGT PGT PRT & Principal Exams: KVS Examination 2023  will be going to start from 7 February 2023 all over India for 13404 vacancies. KVS TGT PGT PRT & Principal Exams have a Teaching Aptitude section to get good scores in Examination. Teaching Aptitude is a common section that comes in KVS TGT PGT PRT & Principal and other post Examination.

Teaching Aptitude is an important section that is related to teaching skills, pedagogy, classroom activities, etc. Here we are going to get a clear idea about Teaching Aptitude and practice with Teaching Aptitude Questions for KVS TGT PGT PRT & Principal Exams.

KVS Syllabus 2023 For PRT, TGT, PGT & Principal Posts PDF

Teaching Aptitude Questions Marking System in KVS Exams

Let’s get an idea about the Teaching Aptitude section which comes in KVS TGT PGT PRT Exam Section.

Subject Teaching Aptitude
Paper KVS TGT PGT PRT Principal
Section PART III
KVS Principal 120 Marks for 120 Questions
KVS PGT 40 Marks for 40 Questions
KVS TGT 40 Marks for 40 Questions
KVS PRT 60 Marks for 60 Questions
Marking For the right answer 1 mark
Question Pattern Objective type
Language Bilingual
Difficulty level Subject Concerned i.e. Teaching methodology/B.El.Ed./D.Ed./NTT/JBT/B.Ed

Teaching Aptitude Questions For KVS TGT PGT PRT Exam

ADDA247 is providing you with all study material and study notes for all KVS teaching exams which are based on their latest exam pattern & syllabus. Teaching Aptitude section which is named Perspectives on Education and Leadership in KVS Revised Syllabus and Exam Pattern. Here we are providing Teaching Aptitude Questions for KVS TGT PGT PRT Exam which can help you in upcoming KVS exam preparation.

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Q1. People are especially good at quickly detecting facial expressions of
(a) love
(b) anger
(c) surprise
(d) happiness

Q2. Expressing anger can be adaptive when you
(a) retaliate immediately
(b) have mentally rehearsed all the reasons for your anger
(c) count to ten, then blow off steam
(d) first, wait until the anger subsides, then deal with the situation in a civilized manner

Q3. Which of the following are the methods of learning?
1. Teaching
2. Trial and Error
3. Imitation
4. Experimentation
5. Questioning
6. Reflection
Codes :
(a) 1, 2, 3 and 5
(b) 2,3,4 and 6
(c) 1, 3 and 5
(d) All of the above

Q4. Which of the following statements applies in the context of online teaching methods?
1. Teacher does not help in the construction of knowledge
2. There is more role for learners in the instructional process
3. The delivery of instruction is always verbal
4. There are more chances of self – learning and motivation
5. It is rigid in nature
Codes :
(a) 1, 2 and 4
(b) 2 and 4
(c) 2,3 and 5
(d) 1, 3 and 5

Q5. In the two lists given below, List – I provide the list of teaching methods, while List – IT indicates the factors helpful in rendering them effective. Match the two lists and choose the correct answer from the code given below.
List – I (Teaching Methods) List – II (Factors helpful in making them effective)
1. Expository method A. Promotes student autonomy and enhances learning
2. Discovery method B. Open-ended and collaborative exchange of ideas
3. Discussion method C. Learning by doing
4. Personalised method D. Systematic, step-by-step presentation
Codes :
(a) 1 – C, 2 – D, 3 – B, 4 – A
(b) 1 – D, 2 – C, 3 – A, 4 – B
(c) 1 – D, 2 – C, 3 – B, 4 – A
(d) 1 – D, 2 – B, 3 – C, 4 – A

Q6. The constructivist approach to the teaching-learning process is being emphasized at all levels of education, Which of the following methods is mainly based on this approach?
(a) Lecture Method
(c) Discussion Method
(b) Project Method
(d) All of the above

Q7. Which of the following assists students in managing their own learning by modelling a problem-solving technique?
(a) Drill and Practice
(b) Mental Modeling
(c) Discovery Learning
(d) Direct instruction

Q8. Which one of the following is not correct in the context of class teaching or group teaching?
(a) It gives motivation for doing group tasks
(b) It enhances the teaching ability of the teacher
(c) It saves money, time and space
(d) It is not useful for dull students

Q9. The special feature of the play way method is that :
(a) sports/games take the place of work (studies)
(b) there is no importance of work (studies) in it
(c) the monotony or boredom of work (studies) is removed by incorporating sports/games
(d) education cannot be completed without sports/games

Q10. The word ‘kindergarten’ has been drawn from the German language. Its meaning is a
(a) small garden
(b) beautiful garden
(c) flower garden
(d) children’s garden

Q11. In the kindergarten system of teaching, the status of the teacher is like that of a :
(a) potter
(b) gardener
(c) (earthen) lamp
(d) referee

Q12. The Montessori system of education :
(a) teaches students writing and reading skills through the psychological method
(b) does not believe in the system of auto-education
(c) does not develop self-discipline among students
(d) does not give adequate importance to the interests and curiosity of students

Q13. The Montessori system of teaching is :
(a) focused on the teacher
(b) focused on the textbook
(c) focused on the child
(d) focused on the study material

Q14. Who was the pioneer of the Heuristic method of teaching?
(a) Herbert Spencer
(b) Professor Armstrong
(c) John Adams
(d) Monroe

Q15. In which system of education, was the teaching of senses emphasised upon?
(a) Kindergarten System
(b) Montessori System
(c) Heuristic System
(d) None of these

Q16. “This system trains the student to find the facts, rules and principles through his own efforts, organise the knowledge gained and define the general rules.” The aforesaid statement is referred to the
(a) Montessori system of teaching
(b) Kindergarten system of teaching
(c) Heuristic system of teaching
(d) Play-way method of teaching

Q17. With whom, is the project teaching method associated?
(a) Rousseau
(b) Froebel
(c) Devy and Kilpatric
(d) Armstrong

Q18. The project method of teaching imparts practical knowledge to the student, because :
(a) it accepts the personal diversities (of the students)
(b) it develops the latent powers of the student
(c) the basis of knowledge of the student is his personal experiences
(d) it gives an opportunity to ponder over the logic and for debates

Q19. All the teaching methods of modern type, like Kindergarten, Montessori, Dalton Basic and project methods :
(a) are based on the principle of the activity method
(b) are based on the synthetic method
(c) are based on the laboratory method
(d) are not based on any one of these methods

Q20. The aim of education should be
(a) To development vocation skills in the students
(b) To develop social awareness in the students
(c) To prepare the students for the examination
(d) To prepare the students for practical life

Q21. A time-bound testing programme for the student should be implemented in school so that
(a) The progress of the students should be informed to their parents
(b) A regular practice can be carried out
(c) The students can be trained for final examinations
(d) The remedial programme can be adopted on the basis of the feedback from the Results

Q22. The quality of schools education is exclusively depending upon
(a) Infrastructural facilities
(b) Financial provisions
(c) International support
(d) The quality of teacher education

Q23. The idea of Basic Education is propounded by
(a) Dr Zakir Hussain
(b) Dr. Rajendra prasad
(c) Mahatma Gandhi
(d) Rabindranath Tagore

Q24. The most important indicator of the quality of education in a school is
(a) Infrastructural facilities of a school
(b) Classroom system
(c) Textbooks and teaching- learning material
(d) Student Achievement level

Q25. ‘Self–regulation’ of learners refers to
(a) Their ability to monitor their own learning
(b) Creating regulations for student behaviour
(c) Rules and regulations made by the student body
(d) Self–discipline and control

Q26. Learners should not be encouraged to:
(a) Ask as many questions as possible both inside and outside the class
(b) Actively interact with other learners in group work
(c) Participate in as many co-curricular activities as possible
(d) Memorize all the answers to questions that the teacher may ask

Q27. Critical pedagogy firmly believes that.
(a) The learners need not reason independently
(b) What children learn out of school is irrelevant
(c) The experiences and perceptions of learners are important
(d) The teacher should always lead the classroom instruction

Q28. Young learners should be encouraged to interact with peers in the classroom so that.
(a) They can learn answers to questions from each other
(b) The syllabus can be covered quickly
(c) They learn social skills in the course of study
(d) The teacher can control the classroom better

Q29. The word ‘Compulsory’ in the ‘Right to free and compulsory education 2009’ means
(a) Parents are compulsorily forced to send their children to school to avoid punitive action
(b) Compulsory education will be imparted through continuous testing
(c) Central government will ensure admission, attendance and completion of elementary education
(d) Appropriate governments will ensure admission, attendance and completion of elementary education

Q30. The ‘Lab schools’ advocated by John Dewey were examples of this.
(a) Factory Schools
(b) Progressive Schools
(c) Public Schools
(d) Common Schools

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KVS PRT Syllabus 2023

Why do we need to Practice Teaching Aptitude Questions?

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  • Teaching Aptitude is an important section for KVS Teaching Exam it will help you in better preparation
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  • Teaching Aptitude Questions will cover all topics related to KVS Exam Syllabus
  • It will help in Teaching Aptitude Practice with different questions
  • Teaching Aptitude Questions will help you in revision when Exam time comes.

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Q: What is the mode of KVS PRT Exam 2023?

A: KVS PRT Exam 2023 will be conducted in online mode i.e., through Computer Based Test (CBT) mode.

Q: What are the subjects covered in the KVS PRT syllabus 2023?

A: The KVS PRT exam syllabus will consist of two parts- Part 1 and Part 2. While Part-1 covers Hindi and English Language, Part-2 has a question from general aptitude subjects like Mathematics, Reasoning, English, and General Awareness.

Q: Is KVS PRT syllabus 2023 changed?

A: As per the latest KVS Notification, KVS PRT Syllabus has been changed and the below table is updated with KVS PRT Syllabus 2023 as given above.

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