Teaching Learning Materials Pedagogy CTET MCQ

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Teaching Learning Materials Pedagogy CTET MCQ

01 One of the following qualities is not expected of a good teacher

  1. communicating freely with students
  2. teaching without using any audio-visual aids
  3. acquiring knowledge about student’s background
  4. sharing warmth, enthusiasm, and caring

Option 2 – teaching without using any audio-visual aids

02 Audio-visual aids should not

  1. be helpful in achieving objectives of teaching
  2. be attractive and full of illustrations
  3. disturb the child mentally
  4. make learners interested towards learning

Option 3 – disturb the child mentally

03 Which of the following is not true in the context of teaching learning materials?

  1. a blackboard can be used for putting the cut outs of newspapers and magazines
  2. teaching can be effective through the use of audio-visual aids
  3. audio-visual aids help comprehend difficult or monotonous content
  4. textbooks are one of the main teaching learning materials used in classrooms

Option 1 – a blackboard can be used for putting the cut outs of newspapers and magazines

04 Teaching learning materials should be selected according to

  1. their availability in respective areas
  2. the objectives of teaching
  3. their cost
  4. none of the above

Option 2 – the objectives of teaching

05 Leena uses big reading books in her language classes to

  1. use these illustrated colorful books for reading together
  2. use them for big students of different ages
  3. allow students to read at home
  4. ensure books carry a lot of information

Option 1 – use these illustrated colorful books for reading together

06 Lalita, a teacher of young learners, provides them with opportunities to play with clay, water and sand, so as to

  1. please them and make them happy
  2. dirty their hands so that they may learn to wash them
  3. build fine motor skills, especially of the fingers and thumb
  4. encourage play with no other objective

Option 3 – build fine motor skills, especially of the fingers and thumb

07 An effective language teacher

  1. will make children learn all the answers to the questions given in the textbook
  2. will use the textbook as well as other material as resources for teaching
  3. will prepare question papers using only the questions given in the textbook
  4. will rely entirely on the prescribed textbook

Option 2 – will use the textbook as well as other material as resources for teaching

08 A good introduction to a text should be

  1. telling the students anything that they can find out for themselves by reading the text
  2. a detailed explanation of the meaning of the text
  3. blocking the student’s active involvement by means of questioning
  4. short and to the point

Option 4 – short and to the point

09 Use of the medium of motion pictures offers a/an …….. experience for the student

  1. abstract
  2. indirect
  3. concrete
  4. vicarious

Option 4 – vicarious

10 According to the recommendations of NCF 2005, technology could be integrated

  1. with the larger goals and processes of Educational Programmes
  2. with revisions to meet current developmental policies of the Central Government
  3. as an add-on to the main educational goals
  4. used only judiciously subject to the economic and social goals of a community

Option 1 – with the larger goals and processes of Educational Programmes

11 Types of ‘text media’ are

  1. audio discs and tapes
  2. illustrations and diagrams
  3. motion pictures and documentaries
  4. digital e-books, e-journals

Option 4 – digital e-books, e-journals

12 For students to gain language skills from text books, the text book learning should

  1. correlate with assessment and achievement
  2. lead to using the text book sparingly
  3. expose them to more literary reading
  4. become more cost-effective compared to technologically supported courses

Option 1 – correlate with assessment and achievement

13 A teacher is reading a lesson from class III textbook about a girl, Nina, who is not interested in attending a marriage party as she does not want to leave the sparrow alone locked in her house. Suddenly a boy, Ali stands up and tells the teacher how one day, he saved an injured pigeon which was lying on his balcony. Ali’s reaction to the story can be described as

  1. interrupting the teacher in between
  2. an opportunity to use oral language in the class
  3. his attention seeking nature in the class
  4. connecting the text with his personal experience

Option 4 – connecting the text with his personal experience

14 Dictionary is a very important tool for learning a language. Which of the following is least important about the use of dictionary?

  1. looking the meaning of a word
  2. check the passive voice of a word
  3. check the part of speech of a word
  4. check the spelling of a word

Option 2 – check the passive voice of a word

15 Teaching Learning Material (TLM) should be used by teacher as it

  1. is not very expensive
  2. motivates learners to further prepare such material at home
  3. supplements teaching-learning process
  4. prepares students mentally to sit in the class

Option 3 – supplements teaching-learning process

16 Which one of the following is an essential characteristic of a good textbook in English?

  1. The maximum number of textual exercises should be given to practice at the end of the lesson
  2. Every lesson should have a proper introduction at the beginning and a conclusion at the end
  3. It should be based on the guiding principles of curriculum and syllabus
  4. No difficult words should be given in the textbook at primary level

Option 2 – Every lesson should have a proper introduction at the beginning and a conclusion at the end

17 Which of the following is not a form of literature?

  1. Travelogue
  2. One-Act Play
  3. Dictionary
  4. Memoir

Option 3 – Dictionary

18 Which of the following is true in the context of teaching learning materials?

  1. photos and charts enable students to use their sense of sight and hearing to learn in the classroom
  2. Films are only a source of recreation and have no educational value
  3. Audio-visual aids have no value in the teaching/learning process
  4. stories can be taught using pictures with the help of a flannel board

Option 4 – stories can be taught using pictures with the help of a flannel board

19 Visual aids used in teaching/learning process help in the attainment of which of the following objectives of teaching?

  1. cognitive, affective and psychomotor
  2. only cognitive and affective
  3. only cognitive
  4. only affective

Option 1 – cognitive, affective and psychomotor

20 Which of the following aids help a student to hear the correct pronunciation, get the latest news, and develop his/her comprehension ability?

  1. chalk-board
  2. textbooks
  3. radio
  4. flashcards

Option 3 – radio

21 A good textbook at elementary level must have

  1. instructions clearly provided for all types of exercises
  2. illustrations should be attractive
  3. pictures should be cleanly drawn and realistically colored
  4. all of the above

Option 4 – all of the above

22 A teacher is reading a lesson about wildlife in class V when suddenly a child, Vineet, gets up and says that tigers should not be killed as they are becoming extinct. The learner’s reaction to the lesson can be described as

  1. seeking attention of the whole class
  2. interrupting the lesson
  3. relating text content with his own knowledge about wildlife
  4. trying to show his superiority of knowledge

Option 3 – relating text content with his own knowledge about wild life

23 Some qualities of a good English text book are

  1. good printing with no spelling mistakes
  2. suitable font size
  3. realistic and interesting subject matter
  4. all of the above

Option 4 – all of the above

24 Language lab is more helpful for the

  1. pronunciation correction
  2. understanding spoken English
  3. innovative teaching
  4. all of the above

Option 4 – all of the above

25 According to an old Chinese proverb, ‘A ………. is worth ten thousand words’.

  1. computer
  2. radio
  3. map
  4. picture

Option 4 – picture

26 Identify the false assumption Language course books prescribed for students should provide

  1. detailed lesson plans for the teachers
  2. suggested sequence of teaching procedures
  3. balanced presentation of information
  4. organized units of learning experiences

Option 1 – detailed lesson plans for the teachers

27 The teacher’s role is shifting from ‘sage on the stage’ to ‘guide on the side’, Technology integration helps this process when

  1. systems store more data and administer tests individually to students
  2. students actively search for and explore answers instead of receiving standard inputs
  3. easy retrieval of large quantities of stored data is used to facilitate preparation of notes
  4. assessment of students online inputs is done quickly without supervision at any time

Option 2 – students actively search for and explore answers instead of receiving standard inputs

28 Motivation is an important factor in language learning. For example in class VI …….. may be done

  1. memorization and use of necessary vocabulary
  2. systematic analysis and use of structures
  3. use of visual devices and game like exercises
  4. use of the mother tongue as the medium

Option 3 – use of visual devices and game like exercises

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