E-MAHA TET Question Paper Set 5

E-MAHA TET Question Paper

  1. a. Learning disabilities are generally found

(1) in specially those children whose paternal relatives have such problems

(2) in children with average to superior IQ

(3) more often in boys as compared to girls

(4) more often in children belonging to rural areas as compared to urban areas

  1. A child cannot distinguish between ‘saw’ and ‘was’, ‘nuclear’ and ‘unclear’. He/She IS suffering from

(1) dysmorphemia

(2) dyslexia

(3) word jumbling disorder

( 4) dyslexemia

3.In the Information Processing Model of thinking, the following steps are said to take place:

  1. Response execution
  2. Response selection
  3. Pre-Processing
  4. Categorisation

The correct sequence of these steps is

(1) D,C,B,A

(2) C, D, B, A

(3) B, D, C, A

(4) C, A, D, B

  1. Gifted students are

(1) independent in their judgements

(2) independent of teachers

(3) introvert in nature

(4) non-assertive of their needs

  1. Partial reinforcement

(1) is more effective than continuous reinforcement

(2) is less effective than continuous reinforcement

(3) cannot be applied in actual classrooms

( 4) works best in training animals

  1. Orthopedically impaired children are likely to have

(1) dysgraphia

(2) dysthymia

(3) dyscalculia ·

( 4) dyslexia

  1. Adolescents may experience

(1) feeling of satiation about life

(2) anxiety and concern about themselves

(3) feeling of fear about sins committed in childhood

( 4) feeling of self-actualization

  1. Which one of the following is an example of a fine motor skill ?

(1) Hopping

(2) Running

(3) Writing

(4) Climbing

  1. Vygotsky theory implies

(1) collaborative problem solving

(2) individual assignments to each student

(3) after initial explanation, do not support a child in solving difficult questions

( 4) child will learn best in the company of children having IQ lesser than his/her own

  1. Smallest unit of meaning in a language is

(1) syntax

(2) morpheme

(3) phoneme

( 4) pragmatics

  1. A child of 16 years scores 75 in an IQ test; his mental age will be_______years.

(1) 8

(2) 14

(3) 15

(4) 12

  1. IQ scores are generally ______ correlated with academic performance.

(1) perfectly

(2) highly

(3) moderately

(4) least

  1. Which one of the following optimizes motivation to learn?

(1) Extrinsic factor

(2) Motivation to avoid failure

(3) Tendency to choose very easy or difficult goals

(4) Personal satisfaction in meeting targets

  1. Theory of multiple intelligences implies the following except

(1) Disciplines should be presented in a numbers of ways

(2) Learning could be accessed through a variety of means

(3) Emotional intelligence is not related to IQ

(4) Intelligence is a distinct set of processing operations used by an individual to solve problems

  1. One of the identical twin· brothers is adopted by a socio-economically rich family and the other by a poor family. After one year, which one of the following may be most likely observed about their IQ scores?

(1) The boy with rich socio-economic family will score greater than the boy with poor family

(2) Both of them will score equally

(3) The boy with poor family will score greater than the boy with rich socio-economic family

(4) Socio-economic level does not affect the IQ score

  1. Assessment for learning takes into account the following except

(1) learning styles of students

(2) strengths of students

(3) needs of students

(4) mistakes of students

  1. An empowering school will promote which of the following qualities the most in its teachers?

(1) Memory

(2) Disciplined nature

(3) Competitive aptitude

(4) Tendency to experiment

  1. Monika , a maths teacher, asks Radhika a question. On not getting any answer from Radhika, she quickly moves on and asks Mohan another question. She rewords her question after realizing that Mohan is struggling to find the answer. This tendency of Monika reflects that she is

(1) Trying not to put Radhika in an embarrassing situation

(2) Well aware of the fact that Radhika is not capable of answering questions

(3) Slightly nervous about her question

(4) Supporting gender stereotyping of roles by favouring Mohan

  1. The best way to avoid gender discrimination in a school may be

(1) selection of more boys than girls for a music competition

(2) met cognition of their gender-biased behaviours by teachers

(3) recruitment of equal number of male and female teachers

(4) formation of a rule to shun gender discrimination in the school and enforce it strictly

  1. Which of the following would be the most appropriate way to encourage disadvantaged children to attend school regularly ?

(1) Paying Rs. 5 per day to attract children

(2) Opening residential schools

(3) Not allowing children to attend school may be made a legally punishable offence

(4) A child collector employed by the school, must bring · children from homes everyday

  1. Successful inclusion requires the following except

(1) Capacity building

(2) Sensitization

(3) Segregation

(4) Involvement of parents

  1. The up-scaling of performance in the scholastic areas on the basis of performance in co-scholastic areas can be justified as

(1) it ensures universal retention

(2) it develops respect for manual labour

(3) it caters to individual differences

(4) it follows the policy of compensatory discrimination for the marginalized students

  1. While selecting material for the portfolio of students______ of _____ should be there.

(1) exclusion; students

(2) inclusion; other teachers

(3) inclusion; students

(4) inclusion; parents

  1. Of the following, the greatest advantage of interdisciplinary instruction is that

(1) students are less likely· to develop a dislike for particular topics of different subject areas

(2) teachers are permitted greater flexibility .in planning lessons and activities

(3) students are given opportunities to generalize · and apply newly learned knowledge in multiple contexts

(4) teachers are less likely to feel overwhelmed by the multiplicity of topics needed to be addressed in a traditional curriculum

  1. A teacher can make problem-solving fun for students by doing all the following except.

(1) giving time for free play

(2) providing endless opportunities for creative thinking

(3) expecting perfection from the students while they are trying to do things by themselves

(4) providing open ended material

  1. Learners who demonstrate an earnest desire for increased knowledge and academic competence are said to have a

(1) Mastery orientation

(2) Performance-approach orientation

(3) Performance-avoidance orientation

(4) Work-avoidance orientation

  1. In order to instill a positive environment in a primary class, a teacher should

(1) wish each child in the morning

(2) riot discriminate and set the same goal for every child

(3) allow them to make groups on their own on the basis of sociometry during group activities

(4) narrate stories with positive endings

  1. Which .would be the best first theme to start with in a nursery class ?

(1) My neighborhood

(2) My school

(3) My family

(4) My best friend

  1. Which of the following is true in relation to errors made by children?

(1) Errors can be corrected by children themselves; therefore a teacher should not immediately correct them

(2) If a teacher is not able to correct all errors in the classroom it indicates that the system of teacher education has failed

(3) A teacher should not notice every error otherwise syllabus will not be covered

(4) Correcting every error would take too much time and be tiresome for a teacher

  1. Which of the following characteristics is the hallmark of the problem-solving approach?

(1) There is an implicit hint given in the problem statement

(2) The problem is original

(3) there is usually one approach for getting the right answer

(4) The problem is based on only one principle/topic