Teaching aptitude is an important section in UGC NET Exam 2020. Teaching Aptitude is all about teaching skill, principles, methods and problem solving attitude which helps teaching to teach in classroom. UGC NET is an entrance exam for the selection of deserving candidates for the posts of Assistant Professor and Junior Research Fellowship (JRF).
Teaching Aptitude Highlights :
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Here we are going to provide you quizzes related to UGC NET syllabus which contains mainly flowing topics i.e. Teaching Aptitude, Research Aptitude, Communication and Higher Education System: Governance, Polity & Administration.
Q1. In evaluation approach, black board summary is developed by:
(a) developing questions
(b) evaluative questions
(c) recapitulatory question
(d) None of these
Q2. Which one of the following acts most strongly to damp the intensity of community conflict?
(a) The presence at the outset of a large segment of the population apathetic concerning community policy and government.
(b) Community members have interlocking group memberships.
(c) A substantial proportion of the population is in sympathy with the administration.
(d) Community members have weak attachments to the community.
Q3. The traditional societies desiring to modernize themselves should transform their educational system before trying to expand it because
(a) Expansion is costlier than transformation.
(b) Expansion is useless without transformation.
(c) Expansion always results into unemployment of the educated.
(d) None of the above
Q4. Being a multi-religious country, India needs to
(a) Define the attitude of the state to religion, religious education and the concept of secularism.
(b) Provide instruction in religious dogmas in the schools.
(c) Allow freedom to all schools to adopt their own policy in this matter.
(d) Utilize different religions and faiths as instruments of propagation of values and morals.
Q5. How do you explain the causes responsible for social stratification?
(a) It is due to the inherited differences among men.
(b) It is due to the incentives, the society provided to the social position.
(c) The fittest in conflicts and war acquired privileges.
(d) The origin is not clear.
Q6. Educators must have some understanding of the social forces because
(a) Education is an activity which is carried on in an influenced by the social setting in which it takes place.
(b) Social forces shape the future of the society.
(c) Education is a psychological process.
(d) The individual and the society are two sides of same coin.
Q7. In this system some task is given to the students regarding months, science or language. Students complete this task with the help of Teaching Machine-Questions and all the problems are filled in the Teaching Machine. Student asks question to this machine and solves the problem like quiz machine. Which method is this?
(a) Micro Teaching
(b) Programmed Instruction
(c) Remedial Teaching
(d) Diagnostic Teaching
Q8. Psychologists are in favour of including contents of therapeutic value in the reading material to be recommended for school children. This objective could be achieved by
(a) Including lesson on treatment of physical ailments.
(b) Dealing with doubts and problems of students which cannot be asked in the classroom directly.
(c) Simplifying the language of the books to enable students to understand what they read clearly only
(d) Explaining to students the problem having faced by schools in their administration.
Q9. Psychologists speak of ‘Social heredity’ of an individual while discussing the topic of heredity. It means
(a) Influences that have shaped the individual’s social surroundings
(b) The background and origin of the society from which the individual comes.
(c) The customs, habits and environmental effects of the hope and society from which the individual comes
(d) The natural surroundings and climate conditions of the society in which a child is reared.
Q10. There was movement called negative education recommended by a well known naturalist called Rousseau. What do you think would be the correct interpretation?
(a) Nature is god while the society is full of voices. So, keep the child away from the society and have him to nature.
(b) The world is a mixture of right and wrong qualities so education should negate the wrong and teach what is right.
(c) The purpose of education is to prevent children from doing wrong things, so check them from the beginning.
(d) Human beings are born with wrong tendencies to commit sings from the Biblical point of view. So education must adopt a negative approach to check.