Motivation And Learning CTET MCQ

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01 Motivation technique can work only upto

  1. application level of cognitive objectives
  2. comprehension level of objectives
  3. highest level of cognitive domain
  4. none of the above

Option 3 – highest level of cognitive domain

02 Techniques of motivation are most useful for realising

  1. cognitive objectives
  2. affective objectives
  3. psychomotor objectives
  4. all of the above

Option 3 – psychomotor objectives

03 ……… is considered a sign of motivated teaching?

  1. maximum attendence in the class
  2. remedial work given by the teacher
  3. questioning by students
  4. pin drop silence in the class

Option 3 – questioning by students

04 Which of the following is appropriate for environment conductive to thinking and learning in children?

  1. allowing students to take some decisions about what to learn and how to learn
  2. passive listening for long periods of time
  3. home assignments given sequently
  4. individual tasks done by the learners

Option 1 – allowing students to take some decisions about what to learn and how to learn

05 A student works hard to clear an entrance test for admission into a medical college. The student is said to be motivated

  1. experientially
  2. intrinsically
  3. extrinsically
  4. individually

Option 2 – intrinsically

06 Which of the following is not necessary while giving homework to pupils?

  1. motivating the pupils to do the homework properly
  2. giving clear guidelines how to complete the homework
  3. explaining the purpose of homework
  4. giving homework on the basis of current learning

Option 3 – explaining the purpose of homework

07 Learning can be enriched if

  1. situation from the real world are brought into the class in which students interact with each other and the teacher facilities
  2. more and more teaching aids are used in the class
  3. teachers use different types of lectures and explanation
  4. due attention is paid to periodic tests in the class

Option 1 – situation from the real world are brought into the class in which students interact with each other and the teacher facilities

08 Which learning structure suits to extrinsic techniques of motivation?

  1. signal learning
  2. chain learning
  3. all of the above
  4. none of the above

Option 3 – all of the above

09 Which one of the following optimises motivation to learn?

  1. tendency to choose very easy or difficult goals
  2. personal satisfaction in meeting targets
  3. extrinsic factor
  4. motivation to avoid failure

Option 2 – personal satisfaction in meeting targets

10 Motivation, in the process of learning,

  1. sharpens the memory of learners
  2. differentiates new learning from old learning
  3. makes learners think unidirectionally
  4. creates interest for learning among young learners

Option 4 – creates interest for learning among young learners

11 ………. is considered a sign of motivated teaching.

  1. maximum attendence in the class
  2. remedial work given by the teacher
  3. questioning by students
  4. pin drop silence in the class

Option 3 – questioning by students

12 Which one of the following optimises motivation to learn?

  1. tendency to choose very easy or difficult goals
  2. personal satisfaction in meeting targets
  3. extrinsic factor
  4. motivation to avoid failure

Option 2 – personal satisfaction in meeting targets

13 Rajesh is a voracious reader. Apart from studying the course books, he often goes to library and read books on diverse topics. Rajesh does his project even in the lunch break. He does not need prompting by his teachers or parents to study for texts and seems to truly enjoy learning. He can be best described as a (n) ………

  1. internally motivated learner
  2. fact-centred learner
  3. teacher motivated learner
  4. measurement-centred learner

Option 1 – internally motivated learner

14 The inner force that stimulates and compels a behvioural response and provides specific direction to that response is

  1. motive
  2. perseverance
  3. emotion
  4. commitment

Option 1 – motive

15 ………. motives deal with the need to reach satisfying feeling states and to obtain personal goals

  1. effective
  2. affective
  3. preservation-oriented
  4. safety-oriented

Option 2 – affective

16 Making students members of a cleanliness community to motivate them for the same, reflects

  1. socio-cultural conceptions of motivation
  2. behaviouristic approach to motivation
  3. humanistic approach to motivation
  4. cognitive approach to motivation

Option 1 – socio-cultural conceptions of motivation

17 Which one of the following strategies should a primary school teacher adopt to motivate her students?

  1. use incentives, rewards and punishment as motivating factors for each activity
  2. help children set goals as per their interests and support them in working towards the same
  3. set standard goals for the entire class and have rigid parameters to assess achievement of those goals
  4. encourage competition for marks amongst individual student

Option 2 – help children set goals as per their interests and support them in working towards the same

18 To start the work, continue and stable, it is called

  1. motivation
  2. learning
  3. work
  4. play

Option 1 – motivation

19 Which of the following factors is not related to motivation?

  1. interest
  2. objectives of life
  3. physical fitness
  4. mental health

Option 3 – physical fitness

20 Abraham maslow explained theory of motivation in 1954 in the perspective of

  1. needs
  2. reward
  3. expectancy
  4. objectives

Option 1 – needs

21 As soon as the process of motivation stops

  1. activity of the person also stops
  2. need of the activity becomes dead
  3. all of the above
  4. none of the above

Option 3 – all of the above

22 Goals of life also become motivating force because

  1. goals become the need of the person
  2. goals stimulate internal process of the person involved
  3. all of the above
  4. none of the above

Option 1 – goals become the need of the person

23 The theory similar to maslow theory of motivation is

  1. drive theory
  2. social theory
  3. instinct theory
  4. none of the above

Option 4 – none of the above

24 Which point is taken into account by the teacher while selecting a particular technique of motivation?

  1. learning-objectives and its level
  2. learning structure
  3. all of the above
  4. none of the above

Option 1 – learning-objectives and its level

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