“Teaching Aptitude/ Child Pedagogy” is one of the common in any teaching examination. This section plays a very important part in any teaching examination. This part contains approx. 30-40 questions depend upon the examination pattern that we can easily score only if we practice it on regular basis. These questions are not only for CTET/NVS but also for KVS, DSSSB, UPTET & STET also.So, we will provide you the questions which will help you in preparing for Exam.
Q1. The concept of ‘seed germination’ can be taught best by
(a) showing photographs of seed germination
(b) showing germinating seeds in the class and explaining the process of germination
(c) explaining through drawings on the board
(d) asking the students to perform an activity to saw seed, observe different stages and draw them
Q2. If a child is able to identity the errors in science experiments and statements, then the achieved objective is –
Q3. The founder of Project method is –
(d) B. F. Bloom
Q4. The quality of a good Science text book is –
(a) content unorganized
(b) latest information included
(c) black and white pictures (diagrams)
Q5. Doing activities with children will be effective only if –
(a) the teacher does not know why she is doing it
(b) the teacher conducts them to complete her ‘Lesson Plan’
(c) the teacher does them as a pretence to obey her principal’s directions for activity based learning
(d) she believes that activity based education will help the child in understanding the concepts
Q6. The mechanism of breathing in Class VII should be explain by teacher in effective way by using –
(b) improvised apparatus
(d) transparency (O.H.P)
Q7. The subject of Social Science was started for the first time in –
Q8. A teacher wants to each ‘Ramayana’ in a class. The method she should adopt is –
(a) heuristic method
(b) field-trip method
(c) story method
(d) lecture method
Q9. A trainee teacher writes, one of the instructional objectives as ‘students shall be able to differentiate between kharif and rabi crops’. The domain in which this objective will fall is –
Q10. One of the most important and effective methods of teaching History at elementary level is –
(a) story-telling method
(b) lecture method
(c) discussion method
(d) question-answer method
Sol. This provide an opportunity to the students to gain direct experience. From these activities students not only learn more rapidly but they also remember the facts for a long time.
Sol. The project method is a medium of instruction which was introduced during the 18th century in Europe. In the early, 20th century, William Heard Kilpatrick expanded the project method into a philosophy of education.
Sol. Valuable knowledge and information collected from various sources should be readily available in a text book in a well-organised and systematic manner.
Sol. For effective teaching activity-centered approach is useful Mahatma Gandhi mentioned about three basic principles of education & hand, head and heart. Education where all three his are used would be more useful.
Sol. OHP is a very commonly used teaching equipment. The OHP can project written material or picture in an enlarge from on a glass platform one at a time in a sequence as required the picture is magnified and projected on the screen or wall.
Sol. When the students listen and read and stories of great personalities, it will affect the activities as well as their values. Students have the habit of imitation. So, they make efforts to develop their character according to the great personalities.
Sol. It falls under cognitive domain. Analysis includes divisions of contents into its elements and these are mutually related.
Sol. Story telling method includes story telling. The children in the primary classes can be told stories of great men and women of early periods. The aim of this method is to present the subject matter through the medium of story, clear, vivid and interesting.
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