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Daily Mcq Series Day 7 (In Hindi)
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Talvir Singh
Double JRF l Commerce/Management l Motivational Speaker | Comedy Addict | Lyricist | 5 Year Teaching Experience |Youtuber l

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Amazing as always! Never thought the concept of hemiacetol would be useful in such case. Thank you!
Sachin Rana
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Welcome :)
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sir, for the 1st question, whyy can't the answer include all the options? since you have explained all the points in the explanation as a part of Professional teacher attributes. please explain
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sir your voice modulation is perfect to understand...
Sir plz now provide reasoning based question with new concept..
  1. TARGET JRF JUNE 2019 80 DAYS DAILY MCQ SERIES PAPER 1 BY TALVIR SINGH


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  3. Q1. Which of the following is the attribution of a professional teacher? 1. Makes learners develop interest in the subject matter through effective class management techniques. 2. Uses words and expressions which have common meaning to the learner and teacher alike 3. Makes learners to think, act and discover new knowledge on their own. 4. Evaluates what has been taught in order to determine its worth and correct any false impression.


  4. Q1. Which of the following is the attribution of a professional teacher? 1. Makes learners develop interest in the subject matter through effective class management techniques. 2. Uses words and expressions which have common meaning to the learner and teacher alike 3. Makes learners to think, act and discover new knowledge on their own. 4. Evaluates what has been taught in order to determine its worth and correct any false impression.


  5. A professional teacher performs 1. Have a clear understanding of the content embodied in the lesson. 2. Makes learner develop interest in the subject matter through effective class management techniques. Uses words and expressions which have common meaning to the learner and teacher alike Starts teaching the known and proceeds gradually to teach the unknown or more abstract material Makes learner to think, act and discover new knowledge on their own. Encourages learners to reproduce in their own words what they have learned. Evaluates what has been taught in order to determine its worth and correct any false impression. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.


  6. Q2. Which of the following is NOT the facilitator role of a teacher in the class room? 1. Guiding on the subjects matters on what the students are learning 2. Makes learners creative and critical in order to fully understand the idea, art and skill being taught 3. The teachers learning skills on modern technology to faster the learning of the students 4. Ability to trace what have been not learned by the students.


  7. Q2. Which of the following is NOT the facilitator role of a teacher in the class room? 1. Guiding on the subjects matters on what the students are learning 2. Makes learners creative and critical in order to fully understand the idea, art and skill being taught 3. The teachers learning skills on modern technology to faster the learning of the students 4. Ability to trace what have been not learned by the students.


  8. 2. Teachers learning skills is the personal or professional advantage to the qualification to be a teacher. It is not a facilitator.


  9. Q3. VWhich of the following is the ASSUMPTION about teaching? 1. Highly skilled carpenter can guide the workers. 2. A master carpenter can teach the students to be carpenters. teach students can teach students. 3. A skilled carpenter trained to teach carpentry can 4. A person who learned carpentry professionally


  10. Q3. VWhich of the following is the ASSUMPTION about teaching? 1. Highly skilled carpenter can guide the workers. 2. A master carpenter can teach the students to be carpenters. 3. A skilled carpenter trained to teach carpentry can teach students. 4. A person who learned carpentry professionally can teach students.


  11. 3. It is often assumed that when one knows the subject matter well then such a person is capable of teaching the subject. For example, a highly skilled carpenter may feel that he can readily instruct others in the skills of his trade by simply showing how he does the work and explaining the ideas and purposes which are involved. This does not amount to teaching. Many people also mistakenly think that anybody can teach. Perhaps one inordinate precedent which reinforces this thinking is the concept of "untrained teachers". We rarely hear of untrained doctors, engineers and others. What makes teaching a profession like others, is that it has its own principles, ethics and unique practices. Therefore, not every Tom, Dick and Harry can arrogate to themselves the functions of teaching without undertaking the requisite training in teaching.


  12. Q4. What is NOT one of the factors that affects the teaching process? 1. Qualification of a teacher 2. Economic factor 3. Administrative policies of school or college or university 4. Illiterate parents.


  13. Q5. Which of the following is Not the importance of TEACHING aids in the class room? 1. Proper use of teaching aids help to retain more concepts permanently 2. It entertains students to be stress free 3. Teaching aids provide complete example for conceptual thinking 4. Teaching aids help to increase the vocabulary of the students.


  14. Q6. In which of the following Sampling Techniques a subset of the target population wherein the members posses one more or common attribute? 1. Random sampling 2. Stratified sampling 3. Systematic sampling 4. Convenience sampling


  15. Q6. In which of the following Sampling Techniques a subset of the target population wherein the members posses one more or common attribute? 1. Random sampling 2. Stratified sampling 3. Systematic sampling 4. Convenience sampling


  16. . Stratified sampling It is probability sampling technique wherein the researcher divides the entire population into different subgroups or strata, then randomly selects the final subjects proportionally from the different strata. Example of stratum includes mothers, fathers students, teachers, females, males etc. Sampling error is usually lower in stratified sampling than in random sampling


  17. Q7. Which of the following is NOT the advantage of Qualitative Research Design? 1. It is an excellent way of finalizing results and proving or disproving a hypothesis 2. It is standard across many scientific fields and disciplines to apply anywhere 3. It usually requires extensive statistical analysis 4. The results can be legitimately discussed and published.