MCQ Model Examination B.Ed Semester 4

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MCQ Model Examination B.Ed Semester 4 - Quiz

MCQ B Ed EDU-01,06,12 and 14


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  • 1. 

    The method for the acquisition of teaching skill is

    • A.

      Inquiry learning

    • B.

      Team teaching

    • C.

      Discovery learning

    • D.

      Micro teaching                                                   

    Correct Answer
    D. Micro teaching                                                   
    Explanation
    Micro teaching is a method for the acquisition of teaching skills. It involves practicing teaching in a controlled environment with a small group of students or peers, allowing teachers to receive feedback and make improvements. This method helps teachers develop their instructional techniques, classroom management skills, and overall teaching effectiveness.

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  • 2. 

    Gestures is a sub skill of

    • A.

      Introduction skill

    • B.

      Questioning skill

    • C.

      Skill of stimulus variation

    • D.

      Set Induction

    Correct Answer
    C. Skill of stimulus variation
    Explanation
    Gestures can be considered as a sub skill of the skill of stimulus variation. Gestures are a form of nonverbal communication that can be used to enhance and vary the stimuli in a communication interaction. By using different gestures, individuals can effectively convey their message and stimulate the interest and engagement of the audience. Therefore, gestures can be seen as a specific aspect of the broader skill of stimulus variation, which involves using various techniques to capture and maintain the attention and interest of the listeners.

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  • 3. 

    Techniques and procedures adopted by teachers to make their teaching effective

    • A.

      Learning skills

    • B.

      Teaching skills

    • C.

      Communication skills

    • D.

      Observing skills

    Correct Answer
    C. Communication skills
    Explanation
    Communication skills are essential for teachers to effectively convey information and ideas to their students. Teachers with strong communication skills can clearly explain complex concepts, engage students in discussions, and provide constructive feedback. Effective communication also involves active listening, understanding students' needs and concerns, and adapting teaching methods accordingly. By effectively communicating, teachers can create a positive learning environment, foster student engagement, and promote effective learning outcomes.

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  • 4. 

    The major theorist of Concept Attainment Model is

    • A.

      Jerome S.Bruner

    • B.

      Hilda Taba

    • C.

      David Ausubel

    • D.

      Richard Suchman

    Correct Answer
    A. Jerome S.Bruner
    Explanation
    Jerome S. Bruner is the major theorist of the Concept Attainment Model. This model is an instructional strategy that involves presenting students with examples and non-examples of a concept, allowing them to discover the underlying characteristics and develop a deeper understanding. Bruner believed that learning should be an active process, and the Concept Attainment Model encourages students to actively engage in the learning process by analyzing and categorizing examples. This approach promotes critical thinking and helps students develop their own understanding of concepts, rather than relying solely on rote memorization.

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  • 5. 

    The Herbartian steps of lesson plan was proposed by

    • A.

      Herbart Spencer

    • B.

      Francis Bacon

    • C.

      Jean Piaget

    • D.

      John F. Herbart

    Correct Answer
    D. John F. Herbart
    Explanation
    The Herbartian steps of lesson plan were proposed by John F. Herbart. Herbart was a German philosopher and educator who developed a systematic approach to teaching known as Herbartianism. According to Herbart, a lesson should consist of five steps: preparation, presentation, association, generalization, and application. These steps were designed to ensure that students acquired knowledge in a logical and organized manner.

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  • 6. 

    Category of objects that shares common properties is called

    • A.

      Attribute

    • B.

      Rule  

    • C.

      Concept    

    • D.

      Fact

    Correct Answer
    C. Concept    
    Explanation
    A category of objects that shares common properties is called a concept. Concepts are used to group objects together based on their similarities and help us understand and organize the world around us.

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  • 7. 

    The relationship between the teacher and learners in a teaching model.

    • A.

      Instructional effects

    • B.

      Nurturant effects

    • C.

      Principle of reaction

    • D.

      Social system

    Correct Answer
    D. Social system
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Social system" because the relationship between the teacher and learners in a teaching model can be seen as a social system. This implies that the interactions, dynamics, and roles within the teaching model are influenced by the social context and norms. The teacher and learners are part of a larger system that affects their behavior, communication, and learning outcomes. Understanding the teaching model as a social system helps to acknowledge the complexity of the relationship and the impact of social factors on the teaching and learning process.

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  • 8. 

    In the Concept Attainment model, a word that describes the concept for  communication is

    • A.

      Attributes

    • B.

      Name

    • C.

      Exemplars

    • D.

      Rule

    Correct Answer
    B. Name
    Explanation
    In the Concept Attainment model, the word that describes the concept for communication is "Name". This means that in this model, communication is understood as the act of naming or labeling something or someone.

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  • 9. 

    One of the nurturant effects of Inquiry Training Model is

    • A.

      Inductive reasoning

    • B.

      Spirit of creativity

    • C.

      Specific concept formation

    • D.

      Awarenraibning

    Correct Answer
    B. Spirit of creativity
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Spirit of creativity" because the Inquiry Training Model encourages students to explore and discover knowledge on their own, fostering a sense of curiosity and imagination. This approach allows students to think critically, ask questions, and develop innovative solutions, ultimately enhancing their creative thinking skills.

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  • 10. 

    While planning a lesson, the teacher should be guided by

    • A.

      The intelligence of students  

    • B.

      Availability of ICT Lab         

    • C.

      Facilities in the School          

    • D.

      Learning out women envisaged by the curriculum

    Correct Answer
    D. Learning out women envisaged by the curriculum
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Learning outcomes envisaged by the curriculum." When planning a lesson, the teacher should be guided by the learning outcomes that are expected to be achieved by the students as outlined in the curriculum. This ensures that the lesson is aligned with the educational goals and objectives set by the curriculum. The intelligence of students, availability of ICT Lab, and facilities in the school are important factors to consider, but they should not be the sole guiding factors in lesson planning.

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