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Teaching Aptitude Mock Test - 7 (in Hindi)
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Hlo sir teaching aptitude k Jo apne syllabus Kraya h na vo 2018 ka h 19 ka Nhi aa rha h
ap ki explanation kano se ja kar memory mey set ho jati hey... fir heart ko touch karti hey... koi topic srif samajh ne se o hamari long time memory pe nehi reheti.... agar o topic hamari mind or memory ko ek 7 touch kare to o long time memory mey reheti hey.... ap ki har topic mey o bat hey sir....
sir thank u..sir andragogy pedagogy p mcq provide KeJIY plzz
sir andragogy or pedagogy p ek vedio bnaiye plzzz
sir questions no. 3 karva dijiye.
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  3. MCQ SERIES TEACHING APTITUDE


  4. 1.Constructivism as a theory . (a)focuses on the role of imitation . (b) emphasizes the role of the learner in constructing his own view of the world . (c)emphasizes on memorizing information and testing through recall (d)emphasizes on the dominant role of the teacher


  5. 1.Constructivism as a theory . (a)focuses on the role of imitation (b)emphasizes the role of the learner in constructing his own view of the world . (c)emphasizes on memorizing information and testing through recall (d)emphasizes on the dominant role of the teacher


  6. 2.The Constructivist Approach to learning means (a)involving the students in a variety of activities to encourage them to learn new words and structures by accommodating them with those that they have already learnt through a process of discovery (b)teaching rules of grammar and consolidating through rigorous practice . . (c)helping learners acquire new vocabulary by studying literature intensively (d)teaching new words and structures using a variety of audio- visual aids followed by practice through drill .


  7. 2.The Constructivist Approach to learning means (a) involving the students in a variety of activities to encourage them to learn new words and structures by accommodating them with those that they have already learnt through a process of discovery . (b)teaching rules of grammar and consolidating through rigorous . (c)helping learners acquire new vocabulary by studying literature . (d)teaching new words and structures using a variety of audio- practice intensively visual aids followed by practice through drill


  8. . 3.Which one of the following is LEAST characteristic of . (a)allows students to proceed in their own way . (c)makes use of deductive rather than inductive * (d)provides specific-to-general learning strategies the discovery learning approach? (blencourages students to make intuitive guesses reasoning


  9. . 3.Which one of the following is LEAST characteristic of the discovery learning approach? . (a)allows students to proceed in their own way (blencourages students to make intuitive guesses (c)makes use of deductive rather than inductive reasoning * (d)provides specific-to-general learning strategies


  10. . 4.Which of the following strategies is NOT useful when one is trying to solve a problem? " (a)analogical thinking . (b)functional fixedness . (c)verbalizing . (d)working backward


  11. 5.What is the fundamental difference between information processing and constructivist learning perspectives? (a)constructivists deal with accurate representations of the world; information processing theorists deal with useful associations (b)constructivists assume the world is "knowable" "knowable" and people can understand it; information processing theorists do not . . (c)Information processing theorists are concerned with accurate representations of the world; constructivists deal primarily with useful understandings (d)Information processing theorists assume the world is "knowable" and people can form an understanding of it; constructivists do the same but to a lesser degree .


  12. . 6.Which one of the following ways of learning an applied skill is most consistent with a constructivist approach? (a)Have the teacher "walk" the students step-by- step through the process (b)Provide well-constructed worksheets with which students can practice individually (c)Use simplified, artificial materials in order to make the task easier for students (d)Use realistic materials and a group format to provide support for individuals