Inclusive Education And Addressing Children From Diverse Backgrounds CTET MCQ

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Inclusive Education And Addressing Children From Diverse Backgrounds CTET MCQ

01 An inclusive school

  1. decides learning needs of students according to their disability
  2. is committed to improve the learning outcomes of all students irrespective of their capabilities
  3. differentiates between students and sets less challenging achievement targets or specially-abled children
  4. is committed particularly to improve the learning outcomes of specially-abled students

Option 2 – is committed to improve the learning outcomes of all students irrespective of their capabilities

02 Which of the following is the most effective way to convey students from disadvantaged sections that you expect them to participate and succeed?

  1. articulate your confidence in their ability to succeed
  2. develop your own interest in the topics to be taught
  3. compare them with other children as frequently as possible to make them realise their goal
  4. emphasise the point that you have high expectations from them

Option 1 – articulate your confidence in their ability to succeed

03 Inclusion in schools primarily focuses on

  1. making usbtle provisions for special category children
  2. fulfilling the needs of children with disabilities only
  3. meeting the need of the disabled child at the expense of the entire class
  4. including the educational needs of illiterate parents in schools

Option 3 – making usbtle provisions for special category children

04 ‘Education-of-all-in-schools-for-all’ could be a tagline for which of the following?

  1. cohesive education
  2. inclusive education
  3. cooperative education
  4. exclusive education

Option 2 – inclusive education

05 Inclusive education assumes that we should change the …….. to fit the ………

  1. system, child
  2. environment, family
  3. child, environment
  4. child, system

Option 1 – system, child

06 Which one of the following statements best describes ‘inclusion’?

  1. It is the belief that some children need to be segregated according to their abilities
  2. it is the belief that some children cannot learn at all
  3. it is the philosophy that all children have a right to get equal education in a regular school system
  4. it is the philosophy that special children are ‘a special gift of god’

Option 3 – it is the philosophy that all children have a right to get equal education in a regular school system

07 To cater to the children from ‘disadvantaged’ background, a teacher should

  1. give them a lot of written work
  2. try to find out more about them and involve them in class discussions
  3. make them sit seperately in the class
  4. ignore them as they cannot interact with other students

Option 2 – try to find out more about them and involve them in class discussions

08 Inclusion of children with special needs

  1. is detrimental to children without disabilities
  2. will increase the burden on schools
  3. requires a change in attitude, content and approach to teaching
  4. is an unrealistic goal

Option 3 – requires a change in attitude, content and approach to teaching

09 A provision for education of children with learning disabilities can be done through

  1. mainstreaming
  2. integration
  3. inclusive education
  4. none of the above

Option 3 – inclusive education

10 In 2005, the Government of India decided to make all schools “disabled-friendly” by the year…..

  1. 2018
  2. 2030
  3. 2022
  4. 2020

Option 4 – 2020

11 While dealing with poverty-stricken students, schools must

  1. provide them with appropriate training to develop skills so as to develop self-esteem
  2. have zero tolerance for excuses for not attending school regularly
  3. attach greater importance to curricular activity by segregating them for better attention
  4. expect them to possess a high standard of behaviour

Option 1 – provide them with appropriate training to develop skills so as to develop self-esteem

12 Inclusive education signifies

  1. having the same teaching methodology for all children in the class
  2. having the same facilities for normal and differently-abled students
  3. having the same schools for normal and differently-abled students
  4. having different schools for normal and differently-abled students

Option 3 – having the same schools for normal and differently-abled students

13 Research shows that children with mild retardation placed in regular classrooms learn

  1. and perform at the same level as normal students
  2. more than they would if placed in special classrooms
  3. about the same as they would if placed in special classrooms
  4. less than they would if placed in special classrooms

Option 2 – more than they would if placed in special classrooms

14 Which one of the following facilitates inclusive education the most?

  1. the teacher should give due importance to the views of all students
  2. individual differences among students become a major problem for a teacher
  3. children with low IQ will learn and benefit from studying with normal children
  4. when included in a normal classroom, specially-abled children will further lag behind because the performance of other students will frustrate them.

Option 1 – due importance to the views of all students

15 Which one of the following is not a principle of inclusive education?

  1. schools should adapt to the needs of students
  2. the students views are listened to and taken seriously
  3. individual differences between students are a source of problems
  4. equal educational opportunities are given to all students

Option 3 – individual differences between students are a source of problems

16 Which one of the following is not a purpose of inclusive education?

  1. using modern technology to fulfill the objectives
  2. teaching students to develop a feeling of happiness irrespective of their background
  3. enabling all students to develop a feeling of self-respect
  4. enabling social equality of all students irrespective of their differences

Option 2 – teaching students to develop a feeling of happiness irrespective of their background

17 Children belonging to families of first generation learners should be

  1. sent to special schools
  2. educated in regular schools
  3. made to repeat the class
  4. grouped together in classroom activities

Option 2 – educated in regular schools

18 Which of the following is not a problem which socially deprived people face?

  1. discriminatory behaviour by students and teachers in school
  2. lack of motivation for learning
  3. lack of opportunities to develop their creativity
  4. healthy living conditions

Option 4 – healthy living conditions

19 In India, learners with special educational needs (SEN) do not include

  1. children from backward classes
  2. children belonging to SC and ST families
  3. children with locomotor disabilities
  4. none of the above

Option 4 – none of the above

20 For an inclusive classroom, what kind of preparation is not necessary for teachers?

  1. having a low level of patience
  2. good contact with children from disadvantaged families
  3. good understanding of interaction between family background and behaviour of students
  4. exposure to diagnostic and remedial procedures

Option 1 – having a low level of patience

21 While teaching an orphan child, a teacher should

  1. overlook this fact and treat this child at par with other children in the class
  2. give special attention to the child
  3. assign lesser home assignments to the child than other students
  4. none of the above

Option 1 – overlook this fact and treat this child at par with other children in the class

22 A child who behaves against social rules and regulations is called a/an …….. child

  1. backward
  2. idiotic
  3. dull
  4. delinquent

Option 4 – delinquent

23 Which one of the following is least important in an inclusive classroom?

  1. less stress on competition and grades
  2. more cooperative and colleberative activity
  3. more efforts by the teacher to cover the course completely
  4. more choice for classroom activities for the students

Option 3 – more efforts by the teacher to cover the course completely

24 The major responsibility of a teacher in an inclusive school is to

  1. prepare lesson plans and teach accordingly
  2. provide learning opportunities according to the different learning styles of students
  3. organise as many activities as possible
  4. maintain strict discipline

Option 2 – provide learning opportunities according to the different learning styles of students

25 Which one of the following is the most crucial factor for a differently-abled child? ( Inclusive Education And Addressing Children From Diverse Backgrounds CTET MCQ )

  1. controlling its behaviour
  2. improving its skills
  3. improving its grades
  4. reduceing its suffering

Option 2 – improving its skills

26 The use of teacher made tests is to be preferred over standerdised tests for assessing the performance of disadvantaged and deprived students because standardised tests

  1. should be given only to students belonging to the higher strata of society
  2. are focused on rote learning
  3. have large errors of measurement
  4. do not take into account the special needs of this particular group of students

Option 4 – do not take into account the special needs of this particular group of students

27 Which characteristic of a teacher is of minimum importance in a teacher in inclusive education? ( Inclusive Education And Addressing Children From Diverse Backgrounds CTET MCQ )

  1. patience and affection for students
  2. knowledge regarding learning disabilities of students
  3. his/her own socio-economic status
  4. senstivity towards children

Option 3 – his/her own socio-economic status

28 Methods of inclusion of children from disadvantaged and deprived communities do not include

  1. improving the pedgogy by asking educators and teachers to design simpler tests
  2. improving the pedagogy by asking teachers to use a wide range of learning methods
  3. improving the pedagogy to promote identification and creativity
  4. improving the language of instruction to include learning of concrete concepts through everyday experiences

Option 1 – improving the pedgogy by asking educators and teachers to design simpler tests

29 Education of children with special needs should be provided ( Inclusive Education And Addressing Children From Diverse Backgrounds CTET MCQ )

  1. along with other normal children
  2. by methods developed for special children in special schools
  3. in special schools
  4. by special teachers in special schools

Option 1 – along with other normal children

30 Inclusive education

  1. includes teachers from marginalised groups
  2. celebrates diversity in the classroom
  3. encourages strict admission procedures
  4. includes indoctrination of facts

Option 2 – celebrates diversity in the classroom

31 Which of the following would be th emost appropriate way to encourage disadvantaged children to attend school regularly?

  1. not allowing children to attend school may be made a legally punishable offence
  2. a child collector employed by the school, must bring children from homes everyday
  3. paying Rs 5 per day to attract children
  4. opening residential schools

Option 4 – opening residential schools

32 Successful inclusion requires the following except

  1. segregation
  2. involvement of parents
  3. capacity building
  4. sensitisation

Option 1 – segregation

33 Students of disadvantaged groups should be taught along with normal students. It implies

  1. inclusive education
  2. special education
  3. integrated education
  4. exclusive education

Option 1 – inclusive education

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