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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. Most appropriate strategy that can be used to internalize the skill of addition of money is:
A. Solving lots of problem
B. Use of ICT
C. Use of models
D. Role play

2. 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

3.While working on a science project, a science teacher plays a role of-
C.Problem solving person
D.All of these

4. The objective of teaching number system to class III student is to enable the students:
A. To master the skill of reading large numbers
B. To count up to 6 digits
C. To see the numbers as groups of hundreds, tens and ones and to understand the significance of place value
D. To master the skill of addition and subtraction of four digit numbers

5.It is said, a teacher should have basic knowledge about all subjects because it may help him-
A.Systematic correlation
B.As because of general knowledge
C.It is quality of ideal teacher
D.To establish incidental correlation while teaching

6.How will a teacher best teach ‘writing’ skills to a  class?
A.Through dictation
B.By asking students to learn articles and rewrite them
C.By brainstorming ideas and asking students to write in their own words
D.By asking students to write neatly

7.Telling interesting stories to young learners is primarily meant for improving their-
A.Listening skills
B.Reading skills
C.Writing skills
D.Speaking skills

8.What type of questions promote thinking skills in children?
A.Factual question
B.Question based  purely on the reading of text
C.Personal response questions
D.Closed ended question

9.Which of the following is an important stage in the writing process?

10.Correct speech habits can be developed most effectively through-
C.Pronunciation practice
D.Vocabulary practice


S1: d
S2: b
S3: d
S4: c
S5: d
S6: c
S7: a
S8: c
S9: b
S10: c