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MCQs For PPSC Headmasters & headmistress test

3000 MCQs For PPSC Headmasters & headmistress test

MCQs For PPSC Headmasters & headmistress test

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  1. A code of ethics is a set of standards of professional conduct.
  2. The word “Moral” is derived from the Latin language.
  3. The code of ethics of the teacher permits him to participate in the politics outside the classroom.
  4. Among the stake holders of the teaching profession the client is student.
  5. The emotional development of students has a great relation with Physical.
  6. Education in Islam is value full.
  7. Plato said “A sound mind can nourish in sound body”.
  8. The teaching professional should also be expert in Social contact.
  9. A teacher’s first duty is to his students.
  10. The function of a teacher is primarily that of a guiding the children progress.
  11. The student respects the teacher due to his good will and personal integrity.
  12. As a group, teachers tend to be relatively Conservative.
  13. In service teacher education refers to on the job training.
  14. Television is a device, which is Audio-visual source.
  15. Education can be defined as growth resulting from experience.
  16. According to “John Dewey”, education is learning to do by doing.
  17. The objectives of any school subject must be the basis for content and class activities.
  18. Education extension centre renamed as Directorate of staff development (DSD).
  19. The main purpose of directorate of staff development is Teacher Training.
  20. In planning for teaching profession, the most important factor is Interest.
  21. Theory provides direction to Practice.
  22. Effective teaching requires continuous Planning.
  23. Instrument used for measurement sample of behavior is test.
  24. Limited to quantitative description of pupil’s performance is measurement.
  25. The purpose of the evaluation is to make judgment about educational quality.
  26. Evaluation that monitors learning progress is formative evaluation.
  27. To assess achievement at the end of instruction is summative assessment.
  28. Permanent difficulties in learning are investigated in diagnostic evaluation.
  29. Procedure used to determine person’s abilities is maximum performance test.
  30. The summative evaluation is certifying judgment.
  31. The number of score lying in a class interval is frequencies.
  32. Test meant for prediction on a certain criterion are called Aptitude test.
  33. A value that divides the data into two equal parts is median.
  34. “Table of specification” helps in test development.
  35. The analysis of items is necessary in standardized test.
  36. Test that measure learning outcome of students is achievement test.
  37. Project is concerned with practical work.
  38. The main purpose of classroom testing is compare students performance.
  39. The first most important step in making a test is defining objectives.
  40. Achievement test are widely used at degree level.
  41. The scale that is used for attitude measurement is named as Likert scale.
  42. Measurement is the numerical value.
  43. A symbol indicating the performance of the student is grade.
  44. The main purpose of the supervision of teaching should be the advancement of pupil welfare.
  45. The elementary school teachers are directly responsible to the headmaster.
  46. A supervisor is one who provides friendly help.
  47. The school policy should be determined by citizens and educators.
  48. The chief responsibility of the principal is providing leadership in instructional plan.
  49. Administration means to look after.
  50. Provision of good educational environment is instruction tasks.
  51. The main types of administration are 3.
  52. Authoritative administration is based on dictatorship.
  53. Democratic administration is based on mutual sharing.
  54. Laissez faire administration is based on noninterference.
  55. “Boss is always right” is the feature of authoritative administration.
  56. “Assessment of how well a school is performing” is inspection.
  57. According to Fayol, elements of administration are 5.
  58. According to Gulick and Urwick, elements of administration are 7.
  59. BM stands for budget manual.
  60. Staff development means training staff.
  61. ACR means annual confidential report.
  62. The cash book is maintained by DDO.
  63. D.P is an abbreviation of annual development programme.
  64. Budgeting is an estimation of income and expenditure.
  65. I.S is an abbreviation of management information system.
  66. School management committees were established on 1994.
  67. School management committee was renamed in 2000 as school council.
  68. Important factor of curriculum is to help to achieve the objectives.
  69. Curriculum provides guidance for students.
  70. Syllabus is the part of curriculum.
  71. Curriculum is presents instructional material is stated by Smith.
  72. Curriculum reflects the culture of the society.
  73. The outline of contents is syllabus.
  74. Detailed contents of the subjects for a class is called course.
  75. There are 4 basic components of curriculum.
  76. The forces that effect the development of curriculum are called foundations of curriculum.
  77. Curriculum emphasized for primary classes is integrated curriculum.
  78. Curriculum is a Latin origin word means runway.
  79. Integrated curriculum reduces the no. of books.


  1. In teaching experienced members guide the immature one’s for Adjustment of life.
  2. Teaching method is the focal point of triangular process of teaching.
  3. The goal of teaching is Desirable change in behavior.
  4. The rule of presenting the contents to make them easy are called Maxims of teaching.
  5. SOLO taxonomy consists of 4 levels.
  6. With reference to SOLO taxonomy one aspect of a task is understood in Unistructural level.
  7. Two or more aspects are understood in Multistructured level.
  8. To go beyond the given information is extended abstract level.
  9. SOLO taxonomy is presented by Biggs & Collis.
  10. Students are passive in Lecture method.
  11. Symposium is a type of Discussion method.
  12. Heuristic means to investigate.
  13. According to Kilpatrick, the types of projects are 4.
  14. Activity involves Physical and mental action.
  15. We move from specific and general in Deductive method.
  16. Practice is made in Drill method.
  17. The Socratic Method is known as Question-Answer method.
  18. Duration of lessons in macro-lesson plans is 35-45 minutes.
  19. I British approach of lesson planning more emphasis is on Teacher and content presentation.
  20. American approach emphasizes Learning objectives.
  21. Drama or role play is very useful for teaching History.
  22. The main types of teleconferencing identified are 3.
  23. Cooperative learning is an alternative to Competitive models.
  24. The numbers of students in cooperative learning groups are 3-4.
  25. The essential characteristic of cooperative learning is Positive interdependence.
  26. The students like to spend the most of the time with Peers.
  27. Peer culture constitutes Socialization.
  28. CAI stands for Computer assisted instruction.
  29. Example of psychomotor domain is that student performs an experiment.
  30. Ability to develop a life style based upon the preferred value system is Characterizing.
  31. Example of cognitive domain is Describe a topic.
  32. At the highest level of hierarchy is Evaluation.
  33. The number of domains in taxonomies of educational objectives is 3.
  34. The process of determining the value or worth of anything is Evaluation.
  35. Taxonomy of educational objectives was presented in 1956.
  36. The classification of cognitive domain was presented by Benjamin S. Bloom.
  37. Cognitive domain has 6 sub-groups.
  38. The lowest level of learning in cognitive domain is Knowledge.
  39. The highest level of learning in cognitive domain is Evaluation.
  40. Knowing, memorizing and recalling is concerned with Knowledge.
  41. To grasp the meaning of the material is Comprehension.
  42. To use previous learned material in new situation is Application.
  43. To break down material into components parts to know its organizational structure is Analysis.
  44. To put ideas together to form a new whole is Synthesis.
  45. To know the wroth or value of material is Evaluation.
  46. The intellectual skills are reflected by Cognitive domain.
  47. Attitudes, values and interests are reflected by affective domain.
  48. The focus of cognitive domain is Intellectual skills.
  49. The affective domain was classified by Krathwhol.
  50. Affective domain is divided into 5 sub-groups.
  51. The lowest level of learning in affective domain is attending.
  52. The highest level of learning in affective domain is Characterization.
  53. Willingness to attend to particular phenomenon is Attending / Receiving.
  54. Responding sub-group of affective domain focuses on active participation.
  55. Bringing together different values into a consistent value system is Organization.
  56. Affective domain focuses on adoption of a value system as a part of life style in Characterization.
  57. Psychomotor domain was classified by Simpson in 1972.
  58. Affective domain was divided into sub-groups by Krathwhol in 1964.
  59. Psychomotor domain was divided by Simpson in 7 subsubgroups.
  60. The characteristic of behavioral objective is Observable and measurable.
  61. Bringibg together scientific ideas to form a unique idea are Synthesis.
  62. Students explore the information themselves in Discovery method.
  63. Teacher performs practically and explains in Demonstration method.
  64. Micro teaching is a Teacher training technique.
  65. The time of presentation in Micro teaching is 5-10 minutes.
  66. The numbers of students in micro teaching are 5-10.
  67. Micro teaching started in 1960.
  68. Micro teaching is focuses on the competency over Skills.
  69. Project method is more suitable in teaching of science.
  70. A person uses 2 senses while observing film.
  71. 75% knowledge is gained through the sense of seeing.
  72. 13% knowledge is gained through the sense of listening.
  73. 6% knowledge is gained through the sense of touch.
  74. 3% knowledge is gained through the sense of smell.
  75. 3% knowledge is gained through the sense of taste.
  76. According to W. Therber, types of Models are 3.
  77. Mock up models are those which explain working of machine.
  78. Wragg has suggested 5 to 10 numbers of students in a micro teaching class.
  79. Method based on the facts that students learn association, activity and cooperation is known as Project.
  80. The ultimate focus of scientific method is on Formation of a law or theory.
  81. Determination of objectives is the first step in the project method of teaching.
  82. Demonstration method is the best method of teaching science at school level.
  83. The ultimate result of scientific method is Development of knowledge.
  84. Aims are National expectations.
  85. Goals are at Subject level.
  86. Objectives are at Classroom level.
  87. To promote science and technology is Aim.
  88. To impart computer education is Goal.
  89. To identify the parts of the computer is Objective.
  90. “State first law of motion” indicates Knowledge.
  91. “Elaborate with example, the first law of motion” indicates Comprehension.
  92. Inquiry means to investigate.
  93. Inquiry method includes Questioning – Answering.
  94. Lecture method is the best for large group instruction.
  95. Lecture method is useful for higher classes.
  96. First component of lesson planning is Objectives.
  97. The teaching method recommended for elementary school science is Activity method.
  98. Port Folio is a learning log of student’s achievement.
  99. Demonstration means To show.
  100. Herbert model for lesson planning has 5 steps.
  101. Discovery method is advance method of Heuristic and Inquiry method.
  102. The steps to be taken in problem solving method are 5.
  103. Method based on Dewey’s philosophy is Project method.
  104. Kilpatrick is says that project is a purposeful activity.
  105. Programmed learning was presented by B. F. Skinner.
  106. Portfolio is the collection of Student work.
  107. In programmed learning, learning takes place under Controlled conditions.
  108. Teaching method based upon the assumption of
  109. Herbert Spencer that the learner should be told as little
  110. as possible is Heuristics method.
  111. An overall procedure which is adopted by a teacher to achieve certain goals is Strategy.
  112. Selection of different media for different students is done in Individualized instruction.
  113. A repeated performance of learning act until attainment of desired level of skill to do the act correctly is Drill method.
  114. During discussion method, teacher announces a Topic.
  115. The surface category in SOLO taxonomy consists of 2 stages.
  116. The surface category in SOLO taxonomy consists of Relational and Unistructural.
  117. The deep category in SOLO taxonomy consists of Unistructural and Multistructural.
  118. Synthesis requires Formulation of new structural material.
  119. Micro teaching is a narrow and specific skill technique of teaching.
  120. The fixation of correct information through repetition is caused by Drill method.
  121. The domain which deals with physical abilities and coordination objectives is called psychomotor domain.
  122. The name of the Heuristic method is deriving from theGreek word Heurises.
  123. Lecture method is generally described as Teacher centered.
  124. SOLO taxonomy provides systematic way of describing the learner’s Performance.
  125. Basic feature in lesson planning is Objectives.
  126. The method based on the psychological principle of “Trial and Error” is Heuristic method.
  127. A student performs a skill independently at the level of psychomotor domain is Articulation.

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