E-MAHA TET Question Paper Set 11

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E-MAHA TET Question Paper

  1. Environmental factors that shape development include all of the following of the following except

(1) Physique

(2) Quality of education

(3) Quality of nutrition

(4) Culture

  1. Seema learns every lesson very quickly but Leena takes longer to learn them. It denotes the developmental principal of

(1) Continuity

(2) General to specific

(3) Individual differences

(4) Inter-relationships

  1. Development starts from

(1) The stage of infancy

(2) Pre-children stage

(3) Post-children stage

(4) pre-natal stage

  1. Which of the following is predominantly heredity related factor?

(1) Attitude towards peer group

(2) Thinking pattern

(3) Colour of the eyes

(4) Participation in social activities

  1. Teacher are advised to involve their learners in group activities because, besides facilitating learning, they also help in

(1) Value

(2) Aggression

(3) Anxiety

(4) Socialization

  1. A student is aggressive in his behavior towards his peer group and does not confirm to the norms of the school. This student needs help in.

(1) Cognitive domain

(2) Psychomotor domain

(3) Affective domain

(4) Higher order thinking skills

  1. The stage of cognitive development, according to Piaget, in which a child displays ‘object permanence’, is

(1) Sensor motor  stage

(2) Pre-operational stage

(3) Concrete operational stage

(4) Formal operational stage

  1. According to Kohlberg, the thinking process involved in judgments about questions of right and wrong is called

(1) Moral realism

(2) Moral dilemma

(3) Morality co-operation

(4) Moral reasoning

  1. A good textbook avoids

(1) Gender bias

(2) Gender sensitivity

(3) Gender equality

(4) Social responsibility

  1. Gifted students will realize their potential when

(1) They are segregated from other students

(2) They attend private coaching classes

(3) They are tested frequently

(4) They learn with other students

  1. Inclusive education refers to a school education system that

(1) Includes children with disability

(2) Includes children regardless of physical intellectual, social, linguistic or other differently abled conditions

(3) Encourages education of children with special needs through exclusive schools

(4) Emphasizes of the girl child only

  1. Dyslexia is associated mainly with difficulties in

(1) Speaking

(2) Speaking and hearing

(3) Hearing

(4) Reading

13.The major frustration that children with hearing loss face in the classroom is

(1) The inability to read the prescribed textbook

(2) The inability to participate in sports and games

(3) The inability to participate in sports and games

(4) The inability to communicate or share information with others

  1. The ‘doing’ aspect of behavior falls in the

(1) Cognitive domain of learning

(2) Affective domain of learning

(3) Conative domain of learning

(4) Psychological domain of learning

  1. A student works hard to clear an entrance test for admission into medical into a medical college. The student is said to be motivated

(1) Intrinsically

(2) Extrinsically

(3) Individually

(4) Experientially

  1. A teacher engages her learners in a number of group activities such as group discussions group projects, role plays, etc. The Learning dimension it highlights is

(1) Language-guided learning

(2) Competition-based learning

(3) Learning through recreation

  1. Creativity is usually associated with

(1) Convergent thinking

(2) Divergent thinking

(3) Modelling

(4) Imitation

  1. A teacher always helps her learners link the knowledge t5hey have derived in one subject area with the knowledge from other subject areas. This helps to promote

(1) Individual differences

(2) Learner autonomy

(3) Reinforcement

(4) Correlation and transfer of knowledge

  1. Teachers should study the errors of their students as they often indicate the

(1) Extent of their knowledge

(2) Remedial strategies needed

(3) Pathways for ability grouping

(4) Need for differentiated curriculum

  1. When previous learning makes no difference at all to the learning in a situation in a new situation, it is called

(1) Positive transfer of learning

(2) Negative transfer of learning

(3)  Zero transfer of learning

(4) Absolute transfer of learning

  1. According to Piaget’s cognitive theory of learning, the process by which the cognitive structure is modified is called

(1) Assimilation

(2) Schema

(3) Perception

(4) Accommodation

  1. According to theories of motivation, a teacher can enhance learning by

(1) Not having any expectations from students

(2) Setting extremely high expectations from students

(3) Setting realistic expectations from students

(4) Setting uniform standards of expectations

  1. A teacher uses audio-visual aids and physical activities in her teaching because they

(1) Provide a diversion to learners

(2) Utilize maximum number of senses to enhance learning

(3) Provide relief to the teacher

(4) Facilitate effective assessment

  1. When a teacher involves a visually challenged learner in group activities with the other learners of the class, she is

(1) Helping all the learners to develop sympathy towards the visually challenged learner

(2) Likely to increase the stress on the visually challenged learner

(3) Creating barriers to learning for the class

(4) Acting according to the spirit of inclusive education

  1. Science and Art exhibitions, music and dance shows and bringing out school magazines, are meant to

(1) Established a name for the school

(2) Satisfy the parents

(3) Provide a creative channel for learners

(4) Train students for various professions