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PEDAGOGY IMPORTANT INFORMATION (MCQS)

1. INTRODUCTION TO EDUCATION 2. GENERAL METHODS OF TEACHING


3. PRINCIPALS OF MANAGEMENT 4.

(INTRODUCTION TO EDUCATION MCQS)


1. The word “Pedagogy” means? --------- To lead the child
2. Pedagogy is the study of? ----------- Teaching methods
3. Pedagogy is an approach to teaching that refers to the theory and practice of -- learning
4. The role of teacher in inquiry-based learning is of: --------- facilitator
5. In pedagogy computer is used:
a) To motivate the learner b) To provide feedback
c) To interact with the learner d) All of the above
6. The use of technology to enhance learning process is called---------- ICT
7. A scoring guide use to evaluate the quality of students is called------------ Rubrics
8. According to John Dewey, school is a social institution, and education is social
process.
9. According to John Dewey, schools must prepare students for------------- Present life
10. Responses that produces a satisfying effect in a particular situation become more
likely to occur again in that situation.
11. Responses that produce a discomforting effect become less likely to occur again in
that situation.
12. Education is derived from a Latin word. -------------------------------- Educere
13. Educere means -------------------------------------- to draw out
14. “Education is the creation of a sound mind in a sound body” is the saying of -- Aristotle
15. The best definition of education is that it is ------- growing resulting from experiences
16. Education according to John Dewey is ------------------- learning to do by doing
17. Which of the following is not the characteristic of education? ------- Factual absorption
18. The basic source of educational objectives is --------------- Human experience
19. According to crow and crow, the purpose of formal education is to ----- make students
active and constructive members of society.
20. Determine the aim of education is the responsibility of: ------------- society
21. The real goal of education should be------------ (Acquiring skills, habits and knowledge)
22. Education planned with a particular end in view is ---------------- Formal education

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23. Non-formal education has ------------ Flexible rules of entry and exit
24. Formal education has ------------------------------------------ Rigid rules of entry and exit
25. Informal education has -------- No rules of entry and exit
26. The education confined to educational institution is ------------ Formal education
27. Education is imparted mostly by correspondence in -------------- Non-formal education
28. Education is not pre planned in --------- Informal education
29. Informal education is ----------- Life long
30. What is the most important element of non-formal education? -------------- Media
31. Which one is not the source of formal education------------ Home
32. Informal education is --------------------- incidental
33. Formal education has well defined-------------------- Curriculum
34. Which is not the element of educational process? ---------------- Motivation
35. The sum of curricular and co-curricular activities is--------------------------------- Curriculum
36. Pedagogy is connected with--------------------- Teaching Methods
37. To determine the value or worth of any thing is----------------------- Evaluation
38. In educational process which one is evaluated? -- (Aim, Contents, Methods) all of these
39. The literal meaning of philosophy is------------- love of wisdom
40. Axiology in philosophy deals with-------------- values
41. Epistemology deals with-------------------------------- knowledge
42. Ontology deals with ------- Reality
43. Ontology is also called as ------------ Metaphysics
44. Metaphysics deals with the nature of----------------- Reality
45. Eclecticism means borrowing beliefs from---------------------------- different philosophy
46. “Everlasting reality” is focused in----------- Perennialism
47. “Useful culture and skill” are emphasized in ---------------- Essentialism
48. “Life is continuous changing process” is the base of--------------- Progressivism
49. “Reforms are necessary in all walks of life” is focused in-------------- Reconstructionism
50. Study of great books is at the core of -------------- Perennialism
51. Who is not among major exponent of perennialism? --------------- John Dewey
52. School should be run on democratic lines is held by------- progressivism
53. Essentialists stress on----------- Mental discipline

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54. According to which experimental knowledge is real---------------- progressivism
55. “Human nature remains the same everywhere hence education should be same for
every one” is the philosophy of ----------------- Perennialism
56. Ethics and aesthetics are components of---------------- Axiology
57. Progressivist teacher put more emphasis on-------------------------- Practical education
58. The curriculum will be “Childe centered” if teacher is ------ Progressivist
59. Learning should be directly related to the internet of the child according to---------------
----------- progressivism
60. Essentialists would get their aim of education form------------ traditions
61. Essentialists philosophy of education is-------------- Content and teacher centered
62. “Education is life itself, not a preparation for life”, according to---------- Progressivism
63. According to which philosophy, “Permanence is more real than change” ------------------
--------- Perennialism
64. Perennialism is an educational philosophy of ---------------- Old Values
65. The objective of education comes from------------ Philosophy
66. Sociological aims of education includes-------------- “Cultural growth, Skills,
Dutifulness) All of these
67. The application of philosophy in education may be----------- Selection of objectives
68. “Philosophy and education are two sides of a coin” according to ------------ Ross
69. An important question of philosophy is -------------------- What is universe?
70. To seek truth and reality is the subject of ----------- Philosophy
71. Every system of education is based on------------- Ideology of nation
72. Word philosophy is derived from---------- Phila & Sophia
73. Expected life outcomes from education are referred as-------------- Aims
74. Being the science of wisdom, philosophy aims at----------------- Search for reality
75. The first head of the Deoband was------------------ Maulana M. Yaqoob Nanotwin
76. The Deoband academy was totally---- non-government
77. The Deoband movement used curriculum revision as------------- Motive
78. The Ulema of Deoband played a vital role in--------------- Struggle for independence
79. The Deoband was established in ----------- 1867
80. The salient feature of Deoband movement was ----------- Revival of religious spirit
81. The Deoband movement ignored------- Science
82. M.A.O High school was established in --------------- 1875
83. M.A.O High school was given the rank of college in--------------- 1877

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84. Scientific society was established in ------------ 1864
85. Scientific society was established by-------------- Sir Syed Ahmed Khan
86. M.A.O college was elevated to Aligarh University in----------- 1921
87. The major impact of the Aligarh movement was---------------- Political training
88. The major objective of Aligarh Movement was to promote----------- Scientific look
89. Which one was not among the purpose of Aligarh movement? ------------- To prepare
Muslims against Hindus
90. Jamia Millia Islamia was established on--------------- 1930
91. Jamia Millia Islamia was established by -------------------------- Maulana M. Ali Johar
92. In Jamia Millia, the translation of Holy Quran was taught as------------ Stage 1
93. In Jamia Millia, the medium of instruction was---------- Urdu
94. Jamia Millia could not became popular among Muslims due to its opposition to---------
--------- Two Nation Theory
95. Jamia Millia emphasized on------------- (Religious education & Science education)
85. Anjman Himayat-e-Islam was established in------------- Lahore
96. Anjman Himayat-e-Islam was established on-------------- 1887
97. The founder of Anjman Himayat-e-Islam was--------------- Caliph Hamid-ud-Din
98. Nadva-Tu-Ulema was established on---------------- 1894
99. Nadva-Tu-Ulema was established at ------------- Lucknow
100. Nadua-Tu-Ulema was established on the initiative of------------ Maulana Shibli Nomani
101. The first administrator of Nadva-Tu-Ulema was--------- Maulana M. Ali Mangheri
102. Education conference 1947 was held at-------- Karachi
103. Education conference 1947 was presided by-------------------- Fazal-ur-Rehman
104. Objective of education under education conference 1947 were--------- (Conformity
with Ideology of life, Economic development, Character formation) all of these
105. According to the recommendations of Indian Education Commission, govt took the
responsibility of-------------- Primary Education
106. Council of Technical Education was recommended to establish under------- Education
Conference 1947
107. National Education Commission 1959 was established under the headship of--- S.M Sharif
108. Objectives of education under National Education Commission 1959 were----------
(Spiritual values, Ideology of Pakistan, Development of individuality) all of these
109. Text Book Board was recommended to establish under------------ National Education
Commission 1959
110. National Education Policy 1970 was headed by---------------- Noor Khan

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111. National Education Policy 1971 was headed by ------------- Abdul Hafeez Pirzada
112. Private educational institutions were nationalized under------------- National Education
Policy 1972
113. Under National Education Policy 1972, free education was recommended up to class--- 10
114. Open University was established under the policy --------------- 1972
115. The focus of National Education Policy 1978 was on------------- (Islamic values and
Ideology of Pakistan)
116. Charter Act was presented in--------------- 1813
117. According to Charter Act 1813, education is the responsibility of--- East India Company
118. The amount set apart by East India Company for educational purpose will be Rs. - 100000
119. The objective of education according to charter act was-------- Preaching Christianity
120. The medium of instruction for promotion of scientific knowledge according to Charter
Act will be -------------- English
121. The Charter Act of East India Company was renewed in-------- 1833
122. East India Company could not implement Charter Act for-------------- 10 years
123. Lord Macaulay / Bentick Resolution was passed in ------------ 1835
124. Which is not the characteristics of Lord Macaulay Report----------- Revival of Western
and Scientific Knowledge
125. According to Lord Macaulay one purpose of education was---------- to produce clerks
126. Charles Wood Dispatch was presented in ------------ 1854
127. Under Wood Dispatch in 1857, three universities established were----------- (Bombay,
Lahore, Madras)
128. Punjab university was established in ------------ 1887
129. Indian education commission was established in----------- 1882
130. Indian education commission was established under headship of---- Sir William Hunter
131. Planned and systematic effort by an organization to provide an individual of any age a
second chance of education is: ----------- Non-formal Education
132. Formal and informal types of education are-------------- Supplementary to each other
133. The process in which all community members learn from each other without prior
planning is------------- Informal Education
134. The field of study associated with exploring realities and general principles is called----
------- Philosophy
135. Education philosophy which lays emphasis on delivery of standard curriculum through
subject centered direct instruction by teacher-------------- Essentialism
136. Learning theories define learning and explain how learning takes place, hence change
in learning theory changes-------------- Pedagogy
137. Field of study directly concerned with teaching learning process and improvement in
student learning is------------ Psychology

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138. The main purpose of Deoband Movement was to ------------- Preserve the Islamic
Identity of Muslims of Sub-Continent
139. Nadva Movement was established to develop and promote-------- (Religious
education and modern education) both
140. The common element between Nadva Movement and Jamia Millia Islamia was
emphasis on------------ Modern and religious education
141. “No system of education is better than its teachers who serve it”, is said in----------------
-------------- National Education Commission 1959
142. It was decided that primary education upto class five will become universal by 1979
and for girls by 1982 and upto class eight for boys by 1982 and for girls by 1987---------
---------------------- National Education policy 1972-80
143. Education Sector Reform (ESR) is an action plan of------------ 2001-2005
144. Sociological roles of education are------------------- Conservative, Critical, Creative
145. Elements of educational process include------ (Aim, Curriculum, Pedagogy, Evaluation)
146. An outline of the topics of a subject to the covered in specific time is called? ----Syllabus
147. Curriculum organization used for different concepts at the same class is? ---- Horizontal
148. The category of Audio-Visual Aids is?
A) Radio B) Television C) Tape recorder D) All of these
138. The scope of curriculum includes-----------
a) Programme of b) Programme of c) Programme of d) All of these
studies Activites Guidance
149. The importance of curriculum in the system of education is just like a? ------Constitution
in a country
150. Curriculum is supposed to? ----- (Achieve the objectives & Be organized by the school)
151. Intelligence level of gifted student is? ---------------140 and above
152. The concise Oxford Dictionary defines curriculum as a? ------------ Chariot race course
153. Detailed contents of the subjects for a class are called? ---------------------- Course
154. The purpose of the evaluation is to make? ------------ Judgement
155. The purpose of evaluation is to make judgement about educational? ------ Quality
156. Evaluation that monitors learning progress is? ------ Formative evaluation
157. A formal and systematic procedure of getting information is? -------------------- Test
158. The effectiveness of the curriculum depends on the interest of------- Lecturers
159. Pedagogy focuses on teaching Adults.
160. IQ of a student having same physical and Mental age will be? -------- 125
161. To absorb new idea into our existing knowledge is known as-------- Change
162. Wisely people does not spend their money foolishly.
163. Interview may be conducted calculate adaptive behavior of the candidate.

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164. Curriculum cannot be built without--------- Mathematics
165. A research conducted for testing and applying theories is called----- Pedagogy
166. A research which has class room approach is known as---------- Basic
167. The idea for that knowledge must be acquired through one of the senses is known as-
-------- Functionalism
168. If the results of the test and retest are same then it is called------------- Truth
169. Which theory say leaders are born not made? ---------- Idealism
170. Administration means----------- To look after
171. Curriculum reflects the structure of a ------------- Humanity
172. When a person must change to its existing position, to respond to a new situation is
called-------- Learning
173. The degree to which measures is free from error and therefore yield consistent results
is called-------- reliability
174. Management is------------- (An art & a science)
175. The principal that a subordinate should receive order and be responsible to only one
boss is known as------------ Span of control
176. Functionalism involves: ------------------- Assigning tasks to certain people
177. Management of functions do not include:
a) Developing strategy
b) Formulating objectives
c) Developing technology
d) None of these
178. The function of philosophy is: ------------ Creative
179. The scope of philosophy in educations is: -------------- Unlimited
180. Socrates is the most honored philosopher in history of: ------------ Europe
181. Plato idealism derives its origin from: ----------- Socratic teaching
182. Plato is believed that talent and intelligence are: ----------- not distributed genetically
183. A priori knowledge is knowledge that is known independently of: --------- Experience
184. A posteriori knowledge is knowledge that is known by: ---------- Experience
185. According to John Locke, a child’s mind does not contain any: ----------- innate ideas
186. The philosopher who for the fist time mentioned the importance of play (or sports) in
education was: ------------- Aristotle
187. The process of selecting units from a population characteristic of the population is
called------- Sampling
188. The idea of practical learning means education should apply to the----------- real world
189. According to Aristotle, virtue is a/an intermediate state between excess and deficiency.
190. Progressivism believes that children learn in a/an: -------------- community

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191. Progressivism believes that education comes from the experience of the: --------- Child
192. The new curriculum should be introduced: ---------- gradually
193. Evaluation of the process of curriculum development should be made: --- Continuously
194. Curriculum revision should be a/an continuous process.
195. The term heuristic means mental shortcuts in decision making.
196. Robert Sternberg, a famous psychologist, argued that creativity requires 3 different
types of intelligence.
197. According to Robert Sternberg, the three different types of required intelligence for
creativity are: --------------- synthetic, analytical and practical
198. A common technique to help people begin the creative process is: ------ Brain storming
199. According to Plato, the highest goal in all of education is knowledge of the------- Good
200. The branch of philosophy focuses on the nature of reality is: ------------- Metaphysics
201. Who is called the father of both realism and scientific method? -------- Aristotle
202. The philosopher who is called the father of Idealism is: ---------- Plato
203. The study of the physical, social and mental aspects of aging is called: ---- Gerontology
204. An assessment that is conducted prior to the start of teaching or instruction is called: -
-------- initial assessment
205. An assessment that is carried out throughout the course is called: -------- formative
assessment
206. An assessment is reliable if it consistently achieves the same results with the same (or
similar) students.
207. A/An valid assessment is one which measures what is intended to measure.
208. Educational psychology is concerned with the scientific study of----- Human Learning
209. According to famous philosopher, teaching is a/an------ art
210. Progressive education emphasizes learning by----------- doing
211. According to John Dewey, educational process has two sides: ------ psychological &
sociological
212. According to John Dewey, which side of the educational process is the basis? --- Psychological
213. An assessment that is generally carried out at the end of a course to assign students a
course grade is called? ---------------- Summative assessment
214. Education is a process in which knowledge and skills are transferred----- from a few
persons to the next generation
215. Which from the following is NOT a formal assessment? ----------- Observation
216. Which from the following is NOT an informal assessment? ----------- Project
217. Epistemology is the branch of philosophy concerned with the theory of------ Knowledge
218. What was the relation between Socrates and Plato? ------ Plato was student of Socrates
219. What was the relation between Plato and Aristotle? ------- Aristotle was student of Plato

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220. “Apology” is Plato’s recollection of the speeches given by Socrates when Socrates was
charged with: -------------- not believing in gods
221. According to Socrates, physical objects and events are shadows of their ideal form.
222. The first institution of higher learning in the Western world, “Academy”, was founded
by------------- Plato
223. The “Academy” was founded in-------------- Athens
224. Bloom’s taxonomy is a set of three learning domains.
225. The three domains of Bloom’s taxonomy are: ---- (Cognitive, Affective &
Psychomotor)
226. The cognitive domain involves: ---------- knowledge
227. The affective domain involves: ------------ manner
228. The psychomotor domain involves: ---------- physical movement
229. The simplest skill in cognitive domain of Bloom’s taxonomy is: ------ remembering
230. The most complex skill of Bloom’s taxonomy is: ---------- originating
231. The most complex skill in cognitive domain of Bloom’s taxonomy is: ------- evaluating
232. The skill when students try to build abstract knowledge is called: ------- Characterizing
233. Emotional Adjustment of students is effective in
a) Personal formation b) Class-teaching
c) Discipline d) All of the above
234. Black-board in which group/category of teaching -aids? -------- Visual aids
235. Which of the following is related with teaching skills?
a) Black-board writing
b) Solving questions
c) Asking questions
d) All of the above
236. Students who ask questions in the class should be: ------------ Encouraged to continue
asking questions
237. Who developed the interaction analysis category system in education for
increasing the teacher effectiveness--------------- Flander
238. Character is developed by:
a) Will-power b) Conduct and behavior
c) Morality d) All of the above
239. Which of the following is not a level of teaching learning? -------- Differentiate level
240. NEPA is mainly concerned with: ------------------ Educational Planning
241. For a good communication speaking without pause is required.
242. Which of the following is an approach to educational planning? - (Man-power
approach & Social Demand approach)
243. Institutional planning should be based on: ------------- Aim and needs

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244. Teacher behavior ought to: --------------- Idealistic
245. Computer language is based on: ---------- Number system
246. In which of the following instructional procedure is the main component? --------
Basic teaching model
247. Main responsibility of school management lies on: ----------- Principal
248. The reason of absence and escape from school is:
a) Lack of interest in syllabus b) Poor method of teaching
c) Ineffective teacher d) All of the above
249. The aim of education should be: ----- To prepare the students for practical life
250. A teacher can motivate the students by: ---------- Giving proper guidance
251. Kindergarten system of education was contributed by: ------- Frobel
252. What is most important while writing on blackboard? ------------ Good writing
253. The success of teacher is: ----------- His/her good teaching
254. The most important trait of a student is: ------- Obedience
255. A teacher should be: ------ (Diligent, Honest, Dutiful) All of these
256. Most important task of teacher is: ------------ To organize teaching work
257. A teacher asks the question in the class to: ----- Attract students’ attention
258. Planning is of vital importance in:
a) Education b) Organization c) Administration & Business All of these
Planning
259.

PEDAGOGY (GENERAL METHODS OF TEACHING MCQS)


1. In teaching experienced members guide the immature one’s for---- Adjustment of life
2. Which is not the focal point of triangular process of teaching------ Teaching Method
3. The goal of teaching is---------------- Desirable change in behavior

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4. The rules of presenting the contents to make them easy are called---------- Maxims of
teaching
5. SOLO stands for ------------- Structure of the observed learning outcome
6. SOLO taxonomy consists of levels----- 4
7. With reference to solo taxonomy one aspect of a task is understood in-- Unistructural level
8. Two or more aspects are understood in----- Multi structural level
9. Integration in developed between two or more aspects in--------- Relation Level
10 To go beyond the given in formation is---------- Extended abstract level
11 SOLO taxonomy was presented by------------- Biggs & Collis
12 Students are passive in ----------------- Lecture method
13 Symposium is a type of------------ Discuss method
14 Heuristic means----------- To investigate
15 Arm strong was the exponent of-------------- Heuristic method
16 According to Kilpatrick, the types of projects are------------ 4
17 Activity involves ------------- Physical and mental action
18 We move from specific to general in ---------------- Deductive method
19 Practice is made is in-------- Drill method
20 The Socratic method is known as------------- Question- Answer method
21 Which is not true about projects------------ It is teacher centered activity
22 Duration of lessons in macro-lesson plans is---------- 35 – 45 minutes
23 In British approach of lesson planning, more emphasis is on----------- teacher and
content presentation
24 American approach emphasizes------------ learning Objectives
25 Which one is not the type of lesson plans on the basis of objectives? ----- Micro lesson plan
26 Which is not true about lesson plan? --------- It is developed by students
27 A good drama dose not include------------- Very long play
28 Which is not the objective of Drama / role play? ------- Do make rehearsals
29 Drama or role play is useful for teaching------------- History
30 The main types of teleconferencing identified are----------- 3
31 Which is not the types of teleconferencing? -------- T.V teleconferencing
32 Which one is accountable in cooperative learning? --------- (Individual & Group)

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33 Cooperative learning is an alternative to------- Competitive models
34 The number of students in cooperative learning groups are---------- 3 – 4
35 The essential characteristic of cooperative learning is-------- Positive interdependence
36 the students like to spend the most of time with----------- peers
37 Peer culture constitutes----------- Socialization
38 Which is not the advantage of team teaching? ------- better financial benefits of teachers
39 The hypothesis underlying team teaching is------------ The best teachers in schools are
shared by more students
40 CAI stands for---------------- Computer assisted instruction
41 Which is not the model of CAI? ---------------- Question mode
42 Example of psychomotor domain is that student--------------- Performa and experiment
43 Ability to develop a life style based upon the preferred value system is------ Characterizing
44 Example of cognitive domain is------------------ Describe a topic
45 At the highest level of hierarchy is---------------- Evaluation
46 Student can design a laboratory according to certain specification in which category
of objective? --------------- Synthesis
47 The number of domains is taxonomic of educational objectives is--------------- Three
48 The highest level of cognitive domain is-------------------- Evaluation
49 The process of determining the value or worth of anything is---------------- Evaluation
50 Educational objectives have been divided into----------------- Three Domains
51 Taxonomy of educational objectives was presented in----------- 1956
52 The classification of cognitive domain was presented by------------------- Benjamin S. Bloom
53 Cognitive domain have-------------- Six sub-groups
54 The lowest level of learning in cognitive domain is-------------------- Knowledge
55 The highest level of learning in cognitive domain is-------------- Evaluation
56 The right sequence of subgroups of cognitive domain is-------- (Knowledge,
Comprehension, Synthesis, Evaluation)
57 Knowing / memorizing and recalling concerned with-------------------- Knowledge
58 To grasp the meaning of the material is---------------- Comprehension
59 To use previous learned material in new situation is------------------ Application
60 To break down material into component parts to know its organizational structure is-
--------------- Analysis
61 To put ideas together to form a new whole is------------------------ Synthesis

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62 To know the worth or value of material is------- Evaluation
63 The intellectual skills are reflected by----------------------- Cognitive Domain
64 Attitudes, values and interests are reflected by-------------------- Affective Domain
65 Which domain is concerned with physical and motor skills? ----------- Psychomotor Domain
66 The focus of cognitive domain is--------------- Intellectual Skills
67 Time affective domain was classified by------------------- Krathwohl
68 Affective domain is divided into-------------- five subgroups
69 The lowest level of learning in affective domain is----------------- Attending
70 Which is placed at the highest level of learning in affective domain--------- Characterization
71 Right order of sub-groups of affective domains is------------ Attending, Responding,
valuing, Organization, Characterization
72 Willingness to attend to particular phenomenon is-------------- Attending / Receiving
73 Which sub-groups of affective domain focuses on active participation in--------- Responding
74 Bringing together different values into a consistent value system is------------- Organization
75 Affective domain focuses on adoption of a value system as a part of life style in-------
----------------- Characterization
76 Psychomotor domain was classified by Simpson in------------- 1972
77 Affective domain was divided into subgroups by Krathwohl in-------------- 1964
78 Psychomotor domain was divided by Simpson in----------- Seven Subgroups
79 The characteristic of behavioral objective is-------------- Observable and measurable
80 The right sequence of sub-groups of psychomotor domains is----- (Perception, Set,
Guided response, Mechanism, Complex covert response, Adaption, origination)
81 Objective related to affective domain is---------------- Student values honesty
82 Bringing together scientific ideas to form a unique idea is------------ Synthesis
83 Which is vast in scope? ----------------- Teaching Strategy
84 Students find / explore the information themselves in-------------- Discovery method
85 Teacher performs practically and explains in----------- Demonstration method
86 Role of student is active in-----
a) Discovery method b) Problem solving method
c) Inquiry method d) All of these
87 Micro teaching is a -------------- teacher training technique
88 What is the time of presentation in Micro teaching? ------------ 5 – 10 minutes
89 What is the No. of students in micro teaching? ------------- 5 – 10

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90 Microteaching started in-------------- 1960
91 Microteaching focuses on the competency over-------------- Skills
92 Which is more suitable in teaching of science? ---------- Project method
93 Which one is exception? ------------ T. V
94 Which is not included in print media? ------------- T. V
95 How many senses a person uses while observing film? ------------ 2
96 How much knowledge is gained through the sense of seeing? -------------- 75%
97 How much knowledge is gained through the sense of listening? ---------- 13%
98 How much knowledge is gained through the sense of touch? ----------- 6%
99 How much knowledge is gained through the sense of smell? --------- 3%
100 How much knowledge is gained through the sense of taste? ---------- 3%
101 According to W. Thurber, types of Models are------------- 3
102 Mock up models are those which explain---------------- Principles or working machine
103 A field trip is arranged for---------
a) Making an excursion b) see other people doing things
c) Note the meaning of action d) All of these
104 Interest can be created in students in specific topics of study by the use of-------
a) Chalk board b) Fellahin
c) Bulletin board d) all of these
105 The most direct experience from the following is that of------------- Field trip
106 What is true about Science text Book? -------- Our teachers take textbook as curriculum
107 Which one is a standard for demonstration method? --------- Demonstration should
be pre-tested to remove the weakness in demonstration
108 Wragg has suggest how many numbers of students in a micro teaching class? ------- 5 – 10
109 What is the merits of microteaching?
a) Feedback helps in the improvement of method of teaching
b) Due to shortage of time you divide the lesson plan into small units and thus gain
mastery over the skills
c) It helps in self-evaluation and teacher build up confidence in them
d) All of the above
110 Method based on the facts that students learn association, activity and cooperation
is known as------------------ Project
111 Exhibition of Science fairs promote student’s ability of-------- Comprehension & application

112 The ultimate focus of scientific method is on------------ Formulation of a law / theory
113 What is the first step in the Project method of teaching? ------- Determination of objectives

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114 Which one is Not the psychological principle of teaching? ------------- Proceed from
complex to simple
115 Which is the SECOND step in the problem-solving method? ----- Formulation of hypothesis
116 Which is the best method of teaching Science at school level? -------- Demonstration
117 Which is not the step of scientific method? ----------------- Interview
118 The ultimate result of scientific method is-------------- Development of knowledge
119 Aims are: -------------- National expectations
120 Goals are: ---------------- Subject level
121 Objectives are at: ----------- Classroom level
122 To promote science and technology is: ------------ Aims
123 To impart computer education is-------------- Goal
124 To identify the parts of the computer is-------------- Objective
125 “State first law of motion” indicates-------------- Knowledge
126 “Elaborate with example, the first law of motion” indicates--------- Comprehension
127 Inquiry means---------------- to investigate
128 Inquiry method includes------------------- Questioning answering
129 Which one is the best for large group instruction-------------------- Lecture method
130 Useful for higher classes is-------------- Lecture method
131 First component of lesson planning is--------------- Objectives
132 The teaching method recommended for elementary school science in Pakistan is-----
----------------- Activity method
133 It is a learning log of student’s achievement-------------- Port Folio
134 Demonstration means--------------- To show
135 Herbert model for lesson planning has steps------------- Five
136 Discovery method is advanced method of--------- (Heuristic method & Inquiry method)
137 The steps to be taken in Problem Solving Method are------------ Five
138 Method based on Dewey’s philosophy is-------------- Project Method
139 Who says that project is a purposeful activity? ----------- Kilpatrick
140 Which is not the step of project method------------- Analysis
141 Programmed learning was presented by--------------- B. F. Skinner
142 Portfolio is the collection of--------------- Student work

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143 In programmed learning, learning takes place under------------- Controlled conditions

144 Teaching method based upon the assumption of Herbert Spencer that the learner
should be told as little as possible is---------------- Heuristic Method
145 An overall procedure which is adopted by a teacher to achieve certain goals is----- Strategy
146 Selection of different media for different students is done in ----- Individualizing Instruction

147 A repeated performance of learning act until attainment of desired level of skill to do
the act correctly is------------- Drill method
148 A process in which a small group of assembles to communicate with each other, using
speaking, listening and non-verbal processes in order to achieve instructional
objectives is---------- Discussion Method
149 During discussion method, teacher passes/announces as--------- Topic
150 The surface category in SOLO taxonomy consists of-------- Two Stages
151 The “Surface” category in SOLO Taxonomy consists of---- Relational and Extended Abstract
152 The “deep” category in SOLO Taxonomy consists of------ Unistructural and Multistructural

153 Synthesis requires------------- Formulation of new structural material

154 “The students will be able to translate a paragraph of English into Urdu” this objective
fit in the category of cognitive domain----------- Comprehension
155 Microteaching is a technique of teaching-------------- A narrow and specific skill
156 The fixation of correct information through repetition is caused by--------- Drill Method

157 The domain which deals with physical abilities and coordination objectives is called--
----------------- Psychomotor Domain
158 Lecture method is generally described as--------------- teacher Centered
159 The name of Heuristic method is derived from the Greek word------------- Heurises
160 “teaching is a form of interpersonal influence aimed at the changing the behavior
potential of another is the view presented by------------ N.L Gage
161 SOLO taxonomy provides systematic way of describing the learner’s--- Performance
162 Lesson plan makes the work------------------ (Regular, Systematic, Organized)
163 Simulation is an elaborate type of----------
a) Role play b) Gaming
c) Socio drama d) All of these
164 Basic feature in lesson planning is------------ objectives
165 The method based on the psychological principle of “trial and Error” is -- Heuristic method

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166 A student performs a skill independently at the level of psychomotor domain is-------
---------------- Articulation

PEDAGOGY (PRINCIPALS OF MANAGEMENT MCQS)


1. A primary benefit of MBO is: -------------------------- Improve employee motivation
2. Functional departmentalization groups jobs by which of the following? ------ Tasks
they perform

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3. Henri Fayol, a French industrialist, first analyzed what managers do and divided that
work into functions. The study of management function that defines goals and
establishes strategies to achieve them is called------------ Planning
4. Which one of the following items best reflects the extent to which a society places a
high value on reducing risk and instability? --------------- Uncertainty avoidance
5. When a manager made a decision and he is uncertain about the outcomes. His
decision is likely to be------------------- Risky
6. Forecasting techniques fall into which of the following two categories? ------------------
--------- Quantitative and qualitative
7. A plan developed to carry out a course of action that is not likely to be repeated in
the future is called---------------- Single-use plan
8. The organization which has no interaction with its external environment is called-----
------ Closed System
9. Which famous management thinker was related with the development of “Theory
X”? ----------- Douglas McGregor
10 The management function that specifies goals to be achieved and deciding in advance
the appropriate actions to achieve those goals is ------------- Planning
11 Supervisor is another name for whom? -------------- First-line manager
12 Which of the following is true concerning technical and managerial skills? ---- Human
skills remain necessary and technical-skill need decrease as managers move to
higher levels.
13 Which of the following views of managerial impact is useful in explaining the high
turnover among college and professional sports coaches who can be considered the
“managers” of their teams? ------------- Omnipotent
14 Managers operate within the constraints imposed by-------- the organization’s culture
and environment
15 Which of the following is not an example of a constituency that makes up the specific
environment? ------------ sociocultural factors
16 Employees in organizations with strong cultures-------------- are more committed to
their organization
17 When Japanese employees use words such as: KAIZEN and RINGI, they are using
organizational------------ languages
18 According to the textbook, degree of complexity refers to the number of components
in an organization’s environment and the extent of the knowledge that the
organization has about those components.
19 A manager resolving conflict among organizational members is performing what
function? ------ leading
20 Hawthorne studies were a series of early experiments that focused on----- Behavior
in the workplace

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21 According to Mintzberg’s management roles, the -------------- roles are those that
involve people and other duties that are ceremonial and symbolic in nature. -----------
-------- Interpersonal
22 Selection an alternative in the decision-making process is accomplished by option----
--------------- Choosing the alternative with the highest score
23 A plan developed to carry out a course of action that is not likely to b repeated in the
future is called----------- Specified plan
24 Concern for employee motivation is most closely associated with which of the
following management approach? -------------- organizational behavior (not sure)
25 Internet rates, inflation rates, and stock market indexes are all examples of which of
the factor of an organization’s general environment? ------- Economic
26 Which factor has been the most rapidly changing component in an organization’s
general environment in the past quarter-century? ------------- Technological
27 The process of monitoring performance, comparing it with goals and correcting any
significant deviation is known as: ------ Controlling
28 When Usman decided to deploy employees to another department that is lagging
behind in production, he is acting in which of the following roles? -------- Resource
allocator
29 The greater the risk involves in making a decision, the greater the: ---- Rewards
30 Each subordinate should report to one and only one superior is called: ------Unity of
command
31 Which of the following is part of the principles of management identified by Henri
Fayol? --------- Scalar chain
32 A learning organization has developed its------------ Capacity to adapt and change
33 Which of the following is not a suggestion for motivating employees? ------- Makes
goals very difficult to achieve
34 In Maslow’s need hierarchy, a healthy work environment is an example of what type
of need? ------------ Safety
35 The plans which deal with fairly small set of activities are called: -- Operational plan
36 Which of the following is known as the process of getting activities completed
efficiently and effectively with and through other people? ------- Management
37 Which of the following describe(s) a global marketplace?
A) The entire world is a marketplace
B) National borders are irrelevant
C) The potential for organizations to grow expands dramatically
D) All of these
38 The assignment of new or additional responsibilities to a subordinate is called: --------
------- Delegation
39 Which of the following management thinker created a role classification system based
on how managers spend their time at work to describe a manager’s role? ------------
Henry Mintzberg
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40 Which expectancy theory linkage explains the degree to which a student desires a
good job? ---------- Expectancy
41 Which ethical approach is guided by what will result in the greatest good for the
greatest number of people? ------ Justice approach
43 Low level management has a complete authority to make decisions in case of: ---------
------ Decentralization
44 Which one of the following individuals is most closely associated with scientific
management? ----------------- Frederick Taylor
46 There are many healthcare products manufacturers XYZ Company manufactures only
personal hygiene products It markets such products deodorant, body powder, body
creams, and exfoliates Because it only stocks body care and personal hygiene
products, it is using strategy: ---------------- Focus
47 When managers give goals to employees, they must always:
A) Use employee-recognition as a reward
B) Provide feedback to the employees
C) Let the employees participate in setting the goals
D) All of these
48 The organization that has developed the capacity to continuously learn, adapt, and
change is called: --------- Learning Organization
49 Your firm’s attorney has which of the following power when giving legal advice? ------
--------- Expert
50 Which of the following is a function of how much decision-making authority is pushed
down to lower levels in the organization? ------ Departmentalization
51 Organizations that are highly flexible and adaptive are described as which of the
following? --------- Rational
52 A human resource manager attending a local Society for Human Resource
Management meeting would be functioning in which of the following role? -- Liaison
53 Which type of environment is best suited for mechanistic organizations? -----------
Dynamic
54 The most outspoken advocate of the classical view of social responsibility is
economist------------ Milton Freeman
55 In traditional goal setting, the goals are set at the top level of management and after
that they: ----- Are broken down into sub goals for each level of the organization
56 Which of the management tasks is the most important for a supervisory manager? ---
---- Controlling
57 A budget is an example of which of the following plan? ----------- Single-use Plan
58 Which of the following is the final step in the decision-making process? -- Evaluating
the decision’s effectiveness
59 The behavioral dimension of leadership involving the concern that the leader has for
the feelings, needs, personal interest, problems, and well-being of followers is
referred to as which of the following? --------- Democratic
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60 What type of an organization actively creates, acquires, and transfers knowledge
within itself and is able to modify its behavior to reflect new knowledge? ---------------
------- Learning Organization
61 Monitoring organizational progress towards goal attainment is called: -- Controlling
62 Organizational culture is similar to an individual’s: ------------ Personality
63 Which of the following is NOT an example of an organization’s general environment?
---------- Social conditions
64 Who presented the Concept of Quality? ------------ Prof Edward Deming
65 In order to communicate, motivate and delegate a manager must have: -----------------
-------- interpersonal skills
66 Which of the following is called output of a system? ----------- Material
67 Who is credited for the theory of motivation based on the hierarchy of needs? --------
-------- Abraham Maslow
68 Which of the following is NOT an example of a constituency that makes up the specific
environment? ----- Socio-cultural
69 The SWOT approach assesses an organization’s: -------------- Strengths, Weaknesses,
Opportunities, Threats
70 An office supply firm that has three departments based upon retail, wholesale, and
governmental customers is using which of the following types of
departmentalization? ------- Functional
71 To determine the _ , a manager must determine what is relevant or important
in resolving the problem:--------- Decision Criteria
72 A manager who strives to ensure the activities of the organization’s employees are
supported and blend well with those of individuals outside the firm could be said to
hold which of the following interpersonal role within the company? ---- Figure head
73 What would be the best description of plans that focus on the broad future of the
organization and incorporate both external environmental demands and internal
resources into managers’ actions? ------------- Strategic plans
74 Which of the following scientist is most closely associated with the Hawthorne
studies? ----------- Mayo
75 When objectives are not written down or rarely verbalized, and the planning is general
and lacks continuity, which of the following types of planning is used? ---------------
Informal Planning
76 Which of the following is the power that rests on the leader’s ability to punish or
control? ------------- Expert power
77 Inspiring people to be high performer is called: ----------- leading
78 Which of the following theory is currently the most widely accepted when describing
employee motivation? -------------- Three-need

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79 Activities such as taking visitors to dinner and attending ribbon cutting ceremonies
come under which of the following management role? ---------- Liaison
80 LG and Sony electronics agreed to cooperate on developing new technologies
Representatives from each firm meet regularly to coordinate this new venture Which
of the following roles these mangers are playing? ----------- Liaison
81 A skill or capability that enables an organization to conceive of and implement its
strategies is its: ------------ Strength
82 The task environment of organizations consists of constituencies that have a direct
impact on managers’ decisions and actions the main constituencies are made up of
customers, suppliers, competitors, and____________: --------- Legislators

83 Set of processes involved in creating or determining the strategies of the organization


is called: ----------- Strategy formulation
84 What type of an organization actively creates, acquires, and transfers knowledge
within itself and is able to modify its behavior to reflect new knowledge? ---------------
-------- learning organization
85 Which of the following is a general statement or understanding that guide or
channelize thinking in decision making? ------ Policy
86 Which of the following is a process that involves managers from all parts of the
organization in the formulation of strategic goals? ----- Strategic management
87 Maslow’s need hierarchy, a healthy work environment is an example of what type of
need? ----------- Safety
88 That would be the best description of plans that focus on the broad future of the
organization and incorporate both external environmental demands and internal
resources into managers’ actions? ------ Strategic plans
89 Which of the following is NOT a key element of the Total Quality Management
approach? -------- Focus on the supplier
90 When call center managers spend much of their time monitoring customer calls and
giving employees feedback about how to improve their dialogue with customers in
the future, these managers are using which of the following skills? ----- technical
91 The process of selecting decision criteria is accomplished by: -------- Flipping a coin to
produce a – chance of being right
92 Alternatives that an organization chooses from its operations across several industries
and several markets is called: --------------- Market-level strategy
93 In the MBO system: ---------- Objectives are determined by management
94 Strategic plans cover a broader view of the organization and include the formulation
of goals, whereas operational plans define ways to: -------------- Achieve the goals
95 The first step in the decision-making process is which of the following? ------------------
-------- Identifying a problem
96 A skill or capability that enables an organization to conceive of and implement its
strategies is its: ------------ Strength

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97 The management function that specifies goals to be achieved and deciding in advance
the appropriate actions to achieve those goals is: ---------- Planning
98 The plans which deal with fairly small set of activities are called: ----- Personal plan
100 Which of the following can be defined as the art and science of formulating,
implementing and evaluating cross-functional decisions that enable an organization
to achieve its objectives? ------------ Strategic management
101 Which of the following is NOT one of the situational factors thought to influence the
relationship between leader behavior and subordinate motivation to perform in the
path- goal theory? --------------- Task structure
102 Social obligation is the obligation of a business to meet its: ------ Economic and legal
responsibilities
103 All of the following are the examples of the actions that can be taken in strategy
implementation stage EXCEPT: -------- Changing organization’s pricing strategy
104 The method by which strategies are operational zed or executed within the
organization is called: ------------- Strategy implementation
105 The idea that employees should also share the profit of organization was given by: ---
-------- Charles Babbage
106 In some countries, such as Venezuela, titles, rank, and status carry a lot of weight
These countries have a large: ------------ Power distance
107 Which of the following is associated with the classical view of social responsibility? ---
------- Economist Robert Reich
109 Which of the management tasks is the most important for a supervisory manager? --
---------- Controlling
110 Forecasting techniques fall into which of the following two categories? ------------------
-------- Quantitative and qualitative

111 If all criteria in the decision making are equal, weighting the criteria--- is not needed

112 Decision making is (simplistically) typically described as which of the following? -------
------------ choosing among alternatives
113 In Step 6 of the decision-making process, each alternative is evaluated by appraising
it against the -------------- Criteria

114 According to the textbook, because managers can’t possibly analyze all information
on all alternatives, managers -----------, rather than ---------: Satisfice, maximize

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