Fourth Semester B Ed Degree Online Examination Model MCQ Series June 2020

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  • 1. 

    The oldest and the most important advisory body of the Government of India in education was first established in 1920 is

    • A.

      NKC

    • B.

      CABE

    • C.

      NUEPA

    • D.

      NCTE

    Correct Answer
    B. CABE
    Explanation
    CABE, which stands for Central Advisory Board of Education, is the oldest and most important advisory body of the Government of India in education. It was first established in 1920. CABE plays a crucial role in formulating policies and making recommendations for the development and improvement of education in India. It brings together representatives from various stakeholders, including central and state governments, educational institutions, and experts in the field, to discuss and deliberate on important issues related to education.

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  • 2. 

    Humanistic theory of motivation was explained by:

    • A.

      Albert Bandura

    • B.

      Abraham Maslow

    • C.

      Jean Piaget

    • D.

      William James

    Correct Answer
    B. Abraham Maslow
    Explanation
    Abraham Maslow is the correct answer because he is known for developing the humanistic theory of motivation, also known as Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs. This theory suggests that individuals are motivated by a hierarchy of needs, starting with basic physiological needs, followed by safety, love and belonging, esteem, and finally self-actualization. Maslow's theory emphasizes the importance of fulfilling these needs in order to achieve personal growth and self-fulfillment.

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  • 3. 

    What is characterised as mental representation of an object?

    • A.

      Concept

    • B.

      Stimulus

    • C.

      Response

    • D.

      Language

    Correct Answer
    A. Concept
    Explanation
    A mental representation of an object is characterized as a concept. A concept refers to the mental framework or idea that individuals form in their minds about a particular object, person, or event. It is a cognitive representation that helps us understand and categorize the world around us. Concepts allow us to organize and make sense of our experiences and knowledge, enabling us to recognize and identify objects based on their shared characteristics and properties.

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  • 4. 

    While teaching the concept ‘metal’, teacher provides different examples and make the students to arrive at a definition of the concept by analysing the characteristics. Here the teacher emphasises:

    • A.

      Inductive approach

    • B.

      Intuitive approach

    • C.

      Analytic approach

    • D.

      Deductive approach

    Correct Answer
    A. Inductive approach
    Explanation
    The correct answer is inductive approach. In an inductive approach, the teacher provides different examples and encourages students to analyze the characteristics in order to arrive at a definition of the concept. This approach involves drawing conclusions based on specific observations and examples, and then generalizing those conclusions to form a broader understanding of the concept. It is a bottom-up approach that starts with specific examples and builds towards a general understanding.

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  • 5. 

    The technology that can be used for helping the students with diverse needs is:

    • A.

      Instructional technology

    • B.

      Integrated technology

    • C.

      Simple technology

    • D.

      Assistive technology .

    Correct Answer
    D. Assistive technology .
    Explanation
    Assistive technology is the correct answer because it refers to any device or system that helps individuals with disabilities or special needs to perform tasks that they would otherwise have difficulty or inability to do. It can include tools like screen readers, speech recognition software, alternative keyboards, and other assistive devices that enhance learning and accessibility for students with diverse needs.

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  • 6. 

    Gestalt psychology works on the principle of

    • A.

      Insight

    • B.

      Association

    • C.

      Reinforcement

    • D.

      Contiguity

    Correct Answer
    A. Insight
    Explanation
    Gestalt psychology works on the principle of insight because it focuses on understanding the whole perception or experience rather than breaking it down into individual parts. This approach emphasizes the importance of gaining insight into the underlying patterns and relationships that exist in our perception and cognition. By studying how people perceive and organize information, Gestalt psychologists aim to uncover the insightful ways in which we make sense of the world around us.

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  • 7. 

    A secondary school student who has been performing very below the expected level of his performance for the last two years is:

    • A.

      Underachiever

    • B.

      Learning disabled

    • C.

      Mentally challenged

    • D.

      Socially deprived

    Correct Answer
    A. Underachiever
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Underachiever". This term refers to a student who is not performing up to their potential or expected level. In this case, the student has been consistently performing below expectations for the past two years. This could be due to various reasons such as lack of motivation, poor study habits, or difficulties in understanding the material. It is important to identify and address the underlying causes of underachievement in order to support the student in reaching their full potential.

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  • 8. 

    In learning disability, the name for mathematical disability is

    • A.

      Dyspraxia

    • B.

      Dyscalculia

    • C.

      Dysgraphia

    • D.

      Dyslexia

    Correct Answer
    B. Dyscalculia
    Explanation
    Dyscalculia is the correct answer because it refers to a specific learning disability that affects a person's ability to understand and work with numbers. Individuals with dyscalculia may struggle with basic arithmetic operations, number sense, and mathematical reasoning. This term is commonly used to describe mathematical difficulties and is distinct from other learning disabilities such as dyspraxia, dysgraphia, and dyslexia, which affect different areas of learning and cognition.

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  • 9. 

    The technique adopted by a secondary school teacher to assess whether her class is a well knit group or not

    • A.

      Individual interview

    • B.

      Sociometry

    • C.

      Class association

    • D.

      Group discussion

    Correct Answer
    B. Sociometry
    Explanation
    Sociometry is a technique used by a secondary school teacher to assess whether her class is a well-knit group or not. This technique involves analyzing the social relationships and interactions within the class. By conducting individual interviews and observing the dynamics of the class, the teacher can determine the level of cohesion and connection among the students. This allows the teacher to identify any issues or gaps in the group dynamics and take appropriate steps to foster a more cohesive and supportive learning environment.

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  • 10. 

    Which article of the Constitution envisage  universalisation of education or free and compulsory primary education?

    • A.

      Article 45  

    • B.

      Article 47 

    • C.

      Article 14  

    • D.

      Article 1

    Correct Answer
    A. Article 45  
    Explanation
    Article 45 of the Constitution envisages universalization of education or free and compulsory primary education. This article states that the state shall endeavor to provide free and compulsory education for all children until they complete the age of 14 years. It emphasizes the importance of education and the responsibility of the state to ensure that every child has access to education. This article reflects the commitment of the Constitution towards promoting education as a fundamental right for all children.

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  • 11. 

    Which taxonomic level of Peck and Wilson gives emphasis to construction of electronic portfolios which assist students in applying their understanding?

    • A.

      Organizing materials 

    • B.

      Application to new situations  

    • C.

      Storing information  

    • D.

      Constructing projects

    Correct Answer
    B. Application to new situations  
    Explanation
    The taxonomic level of Peck and Wilson that gives emphasis to construction of electronic portfolios which assist students in applying their understanding is "Application to new situations". This level focuses on the practical application of knowledge and skills to real-life situations, allowing students to demonstrate their understanding and problem-solving abilities. By constructing electronic portfolios, students can showcase their ability to apply what they have learned in a variety of contexts and situations.

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  • 12. 

    Recognises is the specification associated with the instructional objective of

    • A.

      Knowledge

    • B.

      Understanding

    • C.

      Application

    • D.

      Skill

    Correct Answer
    A. Knowledge
    Explanation
    The specification associated with the instructional objective of "Recognises" is Knowledge. This means that the objective is focused on the ability to identify or recall information. Recognising involves being able to identify or remember facts, concepts, or ideas. It does not require a deep understanding or the ability to apply the knowledge in a practical way. Instead, it focuses on the basic level of knowing and recognizing information.

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  • 13. 

    The objective of receiving is associated with

    • A.

      Psychomotor domain  

    • B.

      Creativity domain  

    • C.

      Affective domain       

    • D.

      Cognitive domain

    Correct Answer
    C. Affective domain       
    Explanation
    The objective of receiving is associated with the affective domain. The affective domain refers to the emotional and attitudinal aspects of learning. Receiving in this context refers to the learner's willingness to listen, pay attention, and be open to receiving new information or ideas. It involves being receptive and having a positive attitude towards learning.

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  • 14. 

    The ability to grasp the meaning of the material by translating, interpreting and establishing outcomes is called

    • A.

      Application

    • B.

      Comprehension

    • C.

      Evaluation

    • D.

      Synthesis

    Correct Answer
    B. Comprehension
    Explanation
    Comprehension refers to the ability to understand and grasp the meaning of material by translating, interpreting, and establishing outcomes. It involves comprehending the information, making connections, and demonstrating understanding by explaining, summarizing, or paraphrasing the content. This cognitive skill goes beyond simply memorizing facts and requires a deeper level of understanding and interpretation.

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  • 15. 

    Knowledge which is related to essential facts & terminology is

    • A.

      Conceptual knowledge  

    • B.

      Metacognitive knowledge  

    • C.

      Procedural knowledge  

    • D.

      Factual knowledge

    Correct Answer
    D. Factual knowledge
    Explanation
    Factual knowledge refers to knowledge that is based on facts, information, and specific details. It involves understanding and remembering essential facts and terminology related to a particular subject or topic. This type of knowledge is focused on knowing and being able to recall specific information rather than understanding concepts or processes.

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  • 16. 

    Which domain of Mc Cormack and Yager classification deals with the explaining and discovering of new knowledge?

    • A.

      Creativity domain  

    • B.

      Process domain  

    • C.

      Attitudinal domain  

    • D.

      Knowledge domain

    Correct Answer
    B. Process domain  
    Explanation
    The process domain of Mc Cormack and Yager classification deals with the explaining and discovering of new knowledge. This domain focuses on the methods, techniques, and processes used to generate new ideas and insights. It involves the systematic exploration and analysis of information to uncover new knowledge and understanding. This domain is concerned with the various steps and stages involved in the creative process, such as problem identification, idea generation, evaluation, and implementation.

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  • 17. 

    The taxonomy of instructional objectives in which technology integration was developed by

    • A.

      NCERT

    • B.

      Peck & Wilson

    • C.

      Mc Cormack & Yager

    • D.

      Simpson

    Correct Answer
    B. Peck & Wilson
    Explanation
    Peck & Wilson developed the taxonomy of instructional objectives in which technology integration was developed.

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  • 18. 

    The totality of the experiences that a student receive from an institution is

    • A.

      Value 

    • B.

      Curriculum  

    • C.

      Syllabus

    • D.

      Strategies

    Correct Answer
    B. Curriculum  
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Curriculum. The curriculum refers to the overall plan and content of what is taught in an educational institution. It includes the subjects, courses, and learning objectives that students are expected to cover during their time at the institution. The curriculum is designed to provide a comprehensive and well-rounded education, encompassing both academic knowledge and practical skills. It also takes into account the needs and interests of the students, as well as the goals and values of the institution. Therefore, the curriculum plays a crucial role in shaping the experiences and learning outcomes of students.

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  • 19. 

    Which is the highest level in attitude formation according to Bloom’s taxonomy?

    • A.

      Receiving

    • B.

      Valuing

    • C.

      Characterisation

    • D.

      Naturalisation

    Correct Answer
    C. Characterisation
    Explanation
    Characterisation is the highest level in attitude formation according to Bloom's taxonomy. This level involves internalizing and integrating attitudes into one's value system, resulting in consistent behavior and actions. It goes beyond simply valuing or appreciating something and requires the individual to fully embody and live out their attitudes. This level represents a deep level of understanding and commitment to the attitudes held.

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  • 20. 

    The ability of an individual to put together elements to form a new pattern is

    • A.

      Organisation

    • B.

      Synthesis

    • C.

      Manipulation

    • D.

      Comprehension

    Correct Answer
    A. Organisation
    Explanation
    The ability to put together elements to form a new pattern is referred to as organization. This involves arranging and structuring different components in a logical and coherent manner to create a cohesive whole. It requires understanding the relationships between the elements and how they contribute to the overall pattern or structure. Synthesis, on the other hand, refers to the process of combining separate elements or ideas to create something new. Manipulation involves skillfully handling or controlling objects or information. Comprehension is the understanding or grasp of information or concepts.

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  • 21. 

    The ability of a pupil to make hypothesis regarding the solution of a problem.

    • A.

      Application

    • B.

      Interest

    • C.

      Attitude  

    • D.

       Analysis

    Correct Answer
    A. Application
    Explanation
    Application refers to the practical use or implementation of knowledge or skills. In the context of the given question, the ability of a pupil to make hypotheses regarding the solution of a problem requires the application of their knowledge and skills. It involves using their understanding of the problem, previous experiences, and logical thinking to come up with possible solutions. Therefore, application is the most suitable answer as it captures the essence of using knowledge and skills to make hypotheses in problem-solving situations.

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  • 22. 

    Which method of teaching involves less student participation

    • A.

      Seminar

    • B.

      Debate

    • C.

      Brain Storming  

    • D.

      Lecture method

    Correct Answer
    D. Lecture method
    Explanation
    The lecture method involves less student participation compared to other teaching methods. In a lecture, the teacher primarily delivers information to the students, while the students passively listen and take notes. There is limited opportunity for students to actively engage in discussions or express their opinions. On the other hand, methods like seminars, debates, and brain storming encourage active participation, interaction, and critical thinking among students. Therefore, the lecture method is the correct answer as it involves less student participation.

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  • 23. 

    A teacher conducts diagnostic tests to:

    • A.

      Test whether the objectives are attained or not

    • B.

      Identify the areas of difficulty and take remedial measures

    • C.

      Understand the effectiveness of the learning activities provided

    • D.

      Test the performance of students

    Correct Answer
    B. Identify the areas of difficulty and take remedial measures
    Explanation
    The teacher conducts diagnostic tests to identify the areas of difficulty that students may be facing in their learning. By doing so, the teacher can then take appropriate remedial measures to address these difficulties and provide additional support to the students. This helps in ensuring that all students are able to understand and grasp the concepts being taught effectively. Additionally, the diagnostic tests also help the teacher in understanding the effectiveness of the learning activities provided, as they can assess whether the objectives are being attained or not. Testing the performance of students is also one of the purposes of diagnostic tests, but it is not the only objective.

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  • 24. 

    Which among the following is the best measure of variability?

    • A.

      Mean Deviation

    • B.

      Quartile Deviation

    • C.

      Range

    • D.

      Standard Deviation

    Correct Answer
    D. Standard Deviation
    Explanation
    Standard deviation is considered the best measure of variability because it takes into account all the data points in a dataset and provides a measure of how spread out the values are from the mean. It considers both the magnitude and direction of the deviations from the mean, giving a more comprehensive understanding of the variability in the data. Other measures of variability, such as mean deviation, quartile deviation, and range, have limitations and do not capture the full extent of variability in the dataset.

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  • 25. 

    For the conduct of a good research project which of the following is most essential?

    • A.

      A good research library

    • B.

      Collective Scholarship

    • C.

      A touch of genius

    • D.

      A penetrating and analytical mind

    Correct Answer
    D. A penetrating and analytical mind
    Explanation
    A penetrating and analytical mind is the most essential for the conduct of a good research project. This is because a research project requires critical thinking, problem-solving skills, and the ability to analyze and interpret data. A penetrating and analytical mind allows researchers to ask the right questions, identify patterns and trends, and draw meaningful conclusions from their findings. It helps in developing a systematic approach to research, ensuring the accuracy and reliability of the results. Without a penetrating and analytical mind, researchers may struggle to navigate through complex information and make meaningful contributions to their field of study.

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