Gender Issues In Social Construct CTET MCQ

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Gender Issues In Social Construct CTET MCQ

01 Teachers should teach gender sensitivity by

  1. discussing social issues
  2. conducting related classroom activity
  3. exploring real-life experiences
  4. all of the above

Option 4 – all of the above

02 Co-educational schools

  1. increase gender bias
  2. follow the western pattern of schooling
  3. promote gender equality
  4. none of the above

Option 3 – promote gender equality

03 An important action displaying gender equality is

  1. providing analytical work to women
  2. providing the same opportunities to both men and women
  3. creating reservations for women in education
  4. all of the above

Option 2 – providing the same opportunities to both men and women

04 A school gives preference to girls while preparing students for state-level solo-song competition. This reflects

  1. gender bias
  2. global trends
  3. pragmatic approach
  4. program thinking

Option 1 – gender bias

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

  1. recruitment of equal number of male and female teachers
  2. formation of a rule to shun gender discrimination in the school and enforce it strictly
  3. selection of more boys than girls for a music competition
  4. metacognition of their gender-based behaviours by teachers

Option 4 – metacognition of their gender-based behaviours by teachers

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

  1. slightly nervous about her question
  2. supporting gender stereotyping of roles by favouring Mohan
  3. trying not to put Radhika in an embrassing situation
  4. well aware of the fact that Radhika is not capable of answering

Option 2 – supporting gender stereotyping of roles by favouring Mohan

07 In order to avoid gender stereotyping in class, a teacher should

  1. encourage boys to take risk and be bold
  2. try to put both boys and girls in non-traditional roles
  3. appreciate students good work by saying ‘good girl’ or ‘good boy’
  4. discourage girl from taking part in wrestling

Option 2 – try to put both boys and girls in non-traditional roles

08 Gender discrimination in a classroom

  1. does not affect the performance of the students
  2. may lead to diminished effort or performance of the students
  3. may lead to enhanced effort or performance of the male students
  4. is done more by the male teachers than their female counterparts

Option 2 – may lead to diminished effort or performance of the students

09 Girl students

  1. learn questions on mathematics well but face difficulty only when they are asked to reason them out
  2. are as good in Mathematics as boys of their age
  3. perform less competently in spatial concepts than boys of their age
  4. process more linguistic and musical abilities

Option 2 – are as good in Mathematics as boys of their age

10 Given below are some statements about boys and girls according to you, which one of them is true?

  1. boys should help in activities outside the home
  2. boys should help in household chores
  3. all boys should be taught science and girls, home science
  4. girls should help in household chores

Option 2 – boys should help in household chores

11 When a teacher considers boys as naturally better at Mathematics than girls, it shows that the teacher is

  1. gender-biased
  2. moralistic
  3. right-minded
  4. ethical

Option 2 – gender-biased

12 A teacher remarks in a co-education class to boys, “Be boys don’t behave like girls.” This remark

  1. reflects caste discrimination
  2. is a good example of dealing with boys and girls
  3. reflects stereotypical behavior of discrimination between boys and girls
  4. highlights the biological superiority of boys over girls

Option 3 – reflects stereotypical behavior of discrimination between boys and girls

13 ‘Gender’ is a/an

  1. physiological construct
  2. innate quality
  3. social construct
  4. biological entity

Option 3 – social construct

14 Sex refers to the biological attributes of being male or female while gender refers to

  1. the psychologically constructed attributes of being male or female or of femininity and masculinity
  2. the socially constructed attributes of being male or female or of femininity and masculinity
  3. the biological attributes itself in latin
  4. the femininity and masculinity quoted in medical science

Option 2 – the socially constructed attributes of being male or female or of femininity and masculinity

15 Boys learn from their families how to be a good son, brother, husband, and father. This learning results due to the process of

  1. maturity
  2. adaptability
  3. socialization
  4. change

Option 3 – socialization

16 When a boy started crying because he was hit a blow by a bigger boy, the bigger boy said, “Don’t cry like a girl.” The reason for his comment could be

  1. his primary socialization
  2. his socialization in school
  3. because he feels that only girls should cry
  4. none of the above

Option 3 – because he feels that only girls should cry

17 Which type of socialization explains why females and males behave differently in order to perform different social roles?

  1. anticipatory socialization
  2. group socialization
  3. re-socialization
  4. gender socialization

Option 4 – gender socialization

18 Gender norms are often constructed by society to

  1. follow tradition
  2. prevent confusion
  3. satisfy its needs
  4. none of the above

Option 3 – satisfy its needs

19 Gender role identity is the image that a person has of himself/herself as

  1. goal-directed or social-emotional
  2. cultural or stereotypical
  3. masculine or feminine
  4. all of the above

Option 3 – masculine or feminine

20 Separate roles defined for both the genders by society illustrates

  1. distinctions between genders
  2. society’s bias towards girls
  3. that gender is a personal trait
  4. none of the above

Option 1 – distinctions between genders

21 A common belief that one gender is more powerful than the other gender is called

  1. a superstition
  2. gender bias
  3. a social norm
  4. faith

Option 2 – gender bias

22 Attitudes and expectations regarding gender roles are based on

  1. stereotypes
  2. inherent gender differences
  3. discriminatory policies followed through generations
  4. all of the above

Option 1 – stereotypes

23 Social roles designated for women in society displays

  1. gender identity
  2. gender discrimination
  3. gender role attitude
  4. gender role stereotyping

Option 4 – gender role stereotyping

24 Which one of the following is the main reason for readily accepting women as teachers?

  1. gender stereotyping
  2. gender parity
  3. gender immunity
  4. gender bias

Option 1 – gender stereotyping

25 Which one of the following statements best illustrates gender stereotyping?

  1. both men and women are good teachers
  2. women are equally competent as men
  3. women are well behaved, gentle, and emotional
  4. women can handle both work and family

Option 3 – women are well behaved, gentle, and emotional

26 Gender discrimination is a/an …….. problem

  1. biological
  2. social
  3. economic
  4. cultural

Option 2 – social

27 A schoolgirl wants to join the Indian Air Force, but her peers and parents make fun of her. The cause of their making fun of the girl’s aspiration is

  1. because girls are not eligible to join the Indian Air Force
  2. that they are just making casual remarks
  3. that the girl is physically weak
  4. gender-discriminatory behavior

Option 4 – gender-discriminatory behavior

28 It is popularly said that if we educate women, the whole society will become educated. This is due to

  1. the poor learning ability of women
  2. the excellent capacity of women as teachers
  3. the social image of women
  4. the intelligence of women

Option 4 – the intelligence of women

29 ……. may be misunderstood by teachers ( Gender Issues In Social Construct CTET MCQ )

  1. quiet and studious boys
  2. girls who are undisciplined in class
  3. both (1) and (2)
  4. neither (1) nor (2)

Option 3 – both (1) and (2)

30 Teachers’ expectations are ( Gender Issues In Social Construct CTET MCQ )

  1. that girls will do better than boys in academics
  2. biased against girls
  3. higher for girls’ academic success
  4. lower for girl’s academic success

Option 4 – lower for girl’s academic success

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