E-MAHA TET Question Paper Set 10

E-MAHA TET Question Paper

1.”Socialization” means

(1) Following the social norms strictly

(2) Adjusting in society

(3) Revolting against social norms

(4) Understanding social diversity

2.”Thought not only determines language, but also precedes it” was an idea put forward by

(1) Jean Piaget

(2) Kohlberg

(3) Vygotsky

(4) Pavlov

  1. Which of the following statements is correct in relation to ‘concept formation’ by a child?

(1) Concepts are emotionally ordered

(2) There is a set pattern of concept development

(3) Concepts are not hierarchical in nature

(4) Concepts are not individual

  1. Which of the following statements is most appropriate in relation to adolescence?

(1) Increase in the incidence of emotional upheavals

(2) Carefree nature towards studies

(3) Thinking stars reflecting in concrete actions

(4) Abrupt increase in the Intelligence Quotient

  1. Main characteristic of the ‘Emotionally motivated children’ is their

(1) Over reactive nature

(2) Introvert nature

(3) Balanced way of presenting their viewpoint

(4) Melancholic demeanour

  1. An important characteristic of ‘formal operational stage of mental development’ is

(1) Abstract thinking

(2) Concrete thinking

(3) Social thinking

(4) Egocentric behavior

  1. Principal of reinforcement is associated with

(1) Pavlov

(2) Thorndike

(3) Kohlberg

(4) Skinner

  1. The most important factor in the effective teaching process is

(1) Punctuality exhibited by teacher and students

(2) Master of the content by the teacher

(3) Teacher-student dialogue

(4) Timely completion of the syllabi

  1. The best way to inculcate moral values in children is

(1) To give moral lectures in the morning assembly

(2) Put across a situation and ask students to take a decision

(3) Demonstration of moral values by teachers and elders

(4)  Teaching students to differentiate between moral and immoral

  1. Which of the following factors is a basis for the ‘child-centered education’?

(1) Individual differences

(2) Child rights

(3) The Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009

(4) All children are equal in all respects

  1. Which of the following is least important the process of thinking?

(1) Reasoning

(2) Problem

(3) Generalizations

(4) Memory

  1. The major responsibility of a teacher is to

(1) Prepare lesson plans and teach accordingly

(2) Organize as many activities as possible

(3) Maintain strict discipline

(4) Provide learning opportunities as per the different learning styles of students

  1. Which of the following is most important in the process of learning?

(1) Heredity of child

(2) Style of learning

(3) Examination-result of the children

(4) Economic condition of the child

  1. The most appropriate way of explaining the topic “Purification of water” is by

(1) Demonstrating the process with the help of a chart

(2) Asking the students to make a mo0del of the purification plant

(3) Taking students to the plant where the water is purified

(4) Reading from the text-book

  1. The most appropriate logical predicate for the Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation should be

(1) Assessing more than one aspect of learning

(2) Maximizing the assessment opportunities

(3) Promoting the holistic nature of human personality

(4) Increasing the burden on teachers

  1. A teacher uses a dies labeled Describe, Predict, Explain, Summarize, Deconstruct and Evaluate. Each time after a topic is completed, the teacher throws the dice and asks students to answer a question based on the location of the dice. The teacher is

(1) Conducting formative assessment

(2) Provoking thoughts of students

(3) Diversifying the thought process of the students

(4) Finishing her/his lesson in a style

  1. Which characteristic of a teacher is least important in inclusive education?

(1) Sensitivity towards children

(2) Patience and affection for students

(3) Knowledge regarding disabilities of students

(4) Socio-economic status of teacher

18.________ plays a significant role in the development of personality.

(1) Heredity

(2) Environment

(3) A blend of heredity and environment

(4) Number of examinations

  1. Mohit likes to teach children and is preparing hard for the entrance examination for B.ED. He is________ motivated

(1) Intrinsically

(2) Extrinsically

(3) Actively

(4) Intellectually

  1. “Logical mathematical intelligence” is associated with

(1) Two-factor theory

(2) Group factor theory

(3) Hierarchical theory

(4) Multiple intelligence theory

21.”Activity based teaching’ emphasizes

(1) Disciplined class

(2) Completion of activity in due time

(3) Active participation by all the students

(4) Taking examination after completion of activity

  1. A teacher took her class on an educational trip to

(1) Provide a break from the routine teaching in school

(2) Provide opportunity to children for direct observation

(3) Do the activity specified in the school calendar

(4) Provide entertainment to children

  1. There are three polio-affected children in a class. Duri8ng the games-period they should be

(1) Seated in a corner so that these children can enjoy the game

(2) Encouraged to take part in the games appropriate for them, with other children

(3) Allowed to take part only in indoor games

(4) Forced to play with all the students of the class

  1. According to Kohlberg, ‘Children approach thinking about right and wrong’

(1) Differently at different ages

(2) In the same fashion at different stages

(3) As per the context

(4) As per the instructions given by the parents

  1. “Emotional catharsis’ means

(1) Suppression of emotions

(2) Feeding highly depressed

(3) Bringing out emotional repression

(4) Increasing the ability to tolerate emotional repression

  1. Presence of identical elements between already learnt skills and new skill results in

(1) Negative transfer

(2) Positive transfer

(3) Generalized transfer

(4) Zero transfer

  1. A teacher normally assigns different takes to the students. He/she believes that

(1) Students do not like assigning same work to all the students

(2) It promotes competition among students

(3) There are individual differences among students

(4) The students will not be able to copy each other’s work

28._________ are involved in thinking.

(1) Image, language, imagination, proposition

(2) Image, Imagination, Concept, Proposition

(3) Imagination, Language, concept, proposition

(4) Image, language, concept, proposition

  1. Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation is

(1) Teacher-centered

(2) Student-centered

(3) Assessment-centered

(4) Performance-centered

  1. Which one of the following is least important in an inclusive classroom?

(1) Lesser stress on competition and grades

(2) More co-operative and collaborative activity

(3) More choice for students

(4) More effort by teachers to “cover” course