1. A teacher can establish rapport with students by
(a) Playing the role of a guide who desires to help them
(b) Becoming a figure of authority
(c) Impressing the students with the knowledge
(d) Implementing strict rules
2. The quality of teaching can be assessed
(a) By the result in annual exam
(b) By the attendance of students
(c) By the quality of interaction of students in the class
(d) By the silence in the class
3. Which of the following is the least important aspect of the teacher’s role in the guidance of learning?
(a) The development of insight to overcome the pitfalls and obstacles.
(b) The development of insight into what constitutes an adequate performance.
(c) The provision of encouragement and moral support.
(d) The provision of continuous diagnostic and remedial help.
4. Which of the following should not be the main role of the teacher at the higher educational level?
(a) Provide information to students
(b) Promote self-learning in the students
(c) Encourage healthy competition among students
(d) Help the students to solve their personal problems
5. Arrange the following activities of interaction in logical order.
(i) Analysis of the work done
(ii) Planning and preparation
(iii) Presentation of material
(iv) Modification and improvement
(a) (i), (ii), (iii), and (iv)
(b) (ii), (iii), (i), and (iv)
(c) (iv), (i), (ii), and (iii)
(d) (i), (iii), (iv), and (ii)
6. Effective teaching means all of the following except
(a) A teacher teaches with enthusiasm.
(b) A teacher finds fault in his students.
(c) A teacher puts the emphasis more on teaching than on class control.
(d) A teacher is interested in making the subject matter understood rather than in completing the course.
7. If some students fail in the examination, it is the fault of
(a) The teacher
(b) The principal
(c) Students themselves
(d) It cannot be generalized
8. A teacher who is not able to draw the attention of his students should
(a) Evaluate his teaching method and improve it
(b) Resign from the post
(c) Find fault in his pupils
(d) Start dictating
9. The primary task of a teacher is
(a) To teach the prescribed curriculum
(b) To stimulate and guide student’s learning
(c) To provide diagnostic and remedial aid wherever desired
(d) To promote habits of conformity to adult demands and expectations
10. Which of the following teacher’s behavior suggests a dimension of ‘unsuccessful’ teacher behavior? A teacher who is:
(a) Always motivating students
(b) Business-like and friendly approach
(c) Aloof and focused on routine tasks
(d) Understanding and sympathetic