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Teaching Aptitude Quiz for KVS and NVS Exam

Teaching Aptitude Quiz for KVS and NVS Exam_30.1

Q1. In order to promote the process  of co-operative learning, The teacher should-
(a) allot individual assignment to each student
(b) assign group projects 
(c) engage students in debate and discussions
(d) divide the class into groups of homogeneous ability

Q2. A social studies teacher wants to teach the voting procedure to the students of class 8th The most appropriate method she should use is
(a) Inductive-deductive method
(b) Textbook method
(c) Project method 
(d) Dalton method

Q3. If a child has learnt to read and understand the globe, then he has developed –
(a) Geography related skills 
(b) Geography related observational skills
(c) Practical related skills
(d) Transformation related skills

Q4. The ancient method of Social Science teaching is –
(a) Problem solving method
(b) Observation method 
(c) Lecture method
(d) Practical method

Q5. ‘Give two examples of private sector industry’. The question  is  based on __________ objective.
(a) Knowledge
(b) Skill
(c) Understanding 
(d) Application

Q6. In the teaching process, __________ has an important position.
(a) Principal
(b) Management
(c) Teacher 
(d) Text-book

Q7. Teaching maxim use in Inductive method is –
(a) unknown to known
(b) abstract to concrete
(c) general to specific
(d) known to unknown 

Q8. The example of specification of skill objective is –
(a) Able to compute
(b) Able to conclude
(c) Able to draw mathematical figures
(d) Able to solve problems 

Q9. When teaching addition  of fractions, a teacher observed the following error with all the student: 1/3+1/2=2/5
The remedial action teacher can take in such situation is
(a) Help the children to understand the magnitude of each fraction
(b) Help the children to understand the concept of LCM 
(c) Ask the children to practice of same type of problems
(d) No intervention is needed because she will understand as she grows
Q10. Originator of Heuristic method is –
(a) Armstrong 
(b) Kilpatrik
(c) Euler
(d) Froebel