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E-MAHA TET Question Paper Set 13

E-MAHA TET Question Paper

  1. A teacher found that a student is facing difficulty in drawing a square. He / she assume that this student would also find it difficult to draw a diamond. He / she apply which of the following principles to arrive at his/her assumption?

(1) Development tends to follow an orderly sequence

(2) Development is salutatory

(3) Development is gradual

(4) Development is different for different people

  1. Which one of the following statements is true regarding the role of heredity and environment in human development?

(1) The role of environment is almost fixed, whereas the impact of heredity can be altered

(2) The theories based on the ‘behaviorism’ are largely based on the role of ‘nature’ in human development

(3) The relative effects of heredity and environment vary in different areas of development

(4) The policy of compensatory discrimination of the Government of India is based on the role of ‘nature’ in human development

  1. In the context of socialization, schools often have a hidden curriculum which consists of

(1) Forcible learning, thinking and behaving in particular ways by imitating peers and teachers

(2) The informal cues about social roles presented in school through interaction and materials

(3) Negotiating and resisting socialization of students through their families

(4) Teaching and assessment of values and attitudes

  1. Which of the following implications cannot be derived from Piaget’s theory of cognitive development?

(1) Sensitivity to children’s readiness to learn

(2) Acceptance of individual differences

(3) Discovery learning

(4) Need of verbal teaching

  1. Which of the following is a characteristic of Kohlberg’s stages of moral development?

(1) Variable sequence of stages

(2) Stages are isolated responses and not general pattern

(3) Universal sequences of stages across all cultures

(4) Stage proceed in a non-hierarchic manner

  1. Teachers and students draw on one another’s expertise while working on complex projects related to real world problems in _____ classroom.

(1) Traditional

(2) Constructivist

(3) Teacher-centric

(4) Social-constructivist

  1. In the context of progressive education, the term equal educational opportunity implies that all students should

(1) Receive equal education irrespective of their caste, creed, colour, region and religion

(2) Be allowed to prove their capability after receiving an equal education

(3) Be provided an education by using the same methods and materials without any distinction

(4) Be provided an education which is most appropriate to them and their future life at work

  1. In the context of language development, which of the following areas was underestimated by Piaget?

(1) Heredity

(2) Social interaction

(3) Egocentric speech

(4) Active construction by the child

  1. An eleven year old child’s score on Stanford Binet Intelligence Scale is 130. By assuming u = 100 and o = 15 in a normal probability curve, calculate the percentage of 11 tear old children this child has scored better than.

(1) 98%

(2) 88%

(3) 78%

(4) 80%

  1. Which of the following observations supports Howard Garner’s theory of multiple intelligences?

(1) Damage to one part of the brain affects only a particular ability sparing others

(2) Intelligence is an interaction of analytical creative and practical intelligences

(3) Different intelligences are hierarchical in nature

(4) Teachers should follow one specific theory of educational innovation at the time of designing instruction

  1. Which one of the following statements is true about ability and ability grouping?

(1) Students learn better in homogeneous groups

(2) For smooth and effective teaching, class should be homogeneous

(3) Children are intolerant and do not accept differences

(4) Teachers may use multilevel teaching to cater to different ability groups

  1. Which one of the following statements is true?

(1) The formative assessment can sometimes be summative assessment ment and vice versa

(2) The summative assessment implies that assessment is a continuous and integral part of learning

(3) The major objective of the formative assessment is to grade the achievement of students

(4) The formative assessment summarizes the development of learners during a time interval

  1. A teacher asks his/her students to draw a concept map to reflect their comprehension of a topic. He/She is

(1) Jogging the memory of the students

(2) Conducting formative assessment

(3) Testing the ability of the students to summarize the main points

(4) Trying to develop rubrics to evaluate the achievement of the students

  1. Which one of the following represents the domain ‘evaluating; in the Bloom’s revised taxonomy?

(1) Creating a graph or chart using the data

(2) Judging the logical consistency of a solution

(3) Evaluating the pertinence of the data provided

(4) Formulating a new way for categorizing objects

  1. Teachers must believe in which of the following values in the context of dealing with disadvantaged learners?

(1) Personal accountability for students’ success

(2) High expectations of appropriate behavior

(3) No demands of any sort on the student

(4) For immediate compliance of students, use of being shocked and angry

  1. Students problems in students can be dealt by applying which of the following methods?

(1) Dictated speech

(2) Prolonged speech

(3) Pragmatic speech

(4) Protracted speech

  1. In the context of learning disabled children providing immediate connections, stressing collaboration and leveraging non-learning technologies such as instant messaging intelligent search and content management are associated with which of the following designs?

(1) Embedded learning

(2) Interventionist learning

(3) Reply to remediation

(4) Universal design for learning

  1. An inclusive classroom is that where

(1) Assessments are repeated till the time every learner achieves minimu7m grades

(2) Teachers teach from only prescribed books to lessen the burden of the students

(3) There is an active involvement of children in solving as many problems as possible

(4) Teachers create diverse and meaningful learning experiences for every learner

  1. Which one of the following is an appropriate assignment for a gifted student?

(1) Many more exercises of the same type in comparison to other students

(2) Asking him/her to tutor the peers to channelize the energy and keep him/her busy

(3) Create a prototype of a new Science book based on different themes

(4) Letting him/her finish the textbook on his/her own before the entire class

  1. An inclusive classroom is that where

(1) Assessments are repeated till the time every learner achieves minimum grades

(2) Teachers teaches from only prescribed books to lessen the burden of the students

(3) There is an active involvement of children in solving as many problems as possible

(4) Teachers create diverse and meaningful learning experiences for every learner

  1. Which one of the following is an appropriate assignment for a gifted student?

(1) Many7 more exercises of the same type in comparison to other students

(2) Asking him/her to tutor the peers to channelize the energy and keep him/her busy

(3) Create a prototype of a new Science book based on different themes

(4) Letting him/her finish the textbook on his/her own before the entire class

  1. Many measures have been taken at institutional level to check the dropout cases in the schools run by government agencies. Which of the following is an institutional reason for children dropping out of these schools?

(1) There is a lack of infrastructure, such as blackboards and toilets

(2) Teachers are not having appropriate qualifications and are paid lesser salaries

(3) Teachers have not been sensitized about the need of treating children well

(4) There is no alternative curriculum for children who reject the compulsory curriculum offered

  1. Learning disabilities are

(1) Objective facts and culture has no role in determining them

(2) Synonymous with dyslexia

(3) Also present in children with average or above average IQ

(4) Not immutable irrespective of time and nature of interventions

  1. Problem solving is more likely to succeed in school where

(1) A flexible curriculum is in place

(2) Homogeneous groups of students are presents in the classes

(3) The emphasis is only on higher order academic achievement

(4) Teacher-centric pedagogy is in effect

  1. Cognitive apprenticeships and instructional conversations

(1) Conceive learning as a social activity

(2) Are based on application of inductive reasoning

(3) Emphasize on systematic organization of textual material

(4) Highlight the need of practical training to achieve efficiency

  1. Which of the following should be a right way for a teacher who intends to correct errors of his/her students?

(1) He/she must correct every of his/her students even if it requires late sitting in the school

(2) He/she should correct less-frequent errors more often than high-frequency and generality errors

(3) He/She should correct errors that interfere with the general meaning and understandability

(4) He/she should not correct errors if it irritates children

  1. The following skills are involved in emotional intelligence, except

(1) Awareness of emotions

(2) Management of emotions

(3) Criticism of emotions

(4) Amicable relation with class fellows

  1. While appearing in an assessment Devika finds her arousal as energizing whereas Rajesh finds his arousal as discoursging. Their emotional experiences are most likely to differ with respect to

(1) The duration of time

(2) The extremity of emotion

(3) The level of adaptation

(4) The intensity of thought

  1. Attaching impotence to the home setting of students for understandi9ng children’s behavior and using this information for building effective pedagogy is related to which of the following theories of learning?

(1) Bahaviourist

(2) Ecological

(3) Constructivist

(4) Social-constructivist

  1. Which of the following may be the best way to deal with an inattentive child in the classroom?

(1) Nag the child as frequently in front of the class to make her/him realize

(2) Make the child sit in the most distraction-reduced area

(3) Make the child to stand while working so as enable the child to focus attention

(4) provide the child frequent breaks to refresh her/his attention

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