UGC NET Paper 1 December (Pack of 7) - UGC NET PAPER 1 3rd December 2019 Evening Shift

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6. Which of the following is a key to effective teaching behaviour?

  • Option : A
  • Explanation : A teacher mediated dialogue involving all the students of a class encourages students to shed inhibitions; and, freely discuss and interact to restructure what is being learnt. This is the ideal scenario that leads to the attainment of planned objectives and learning outcomes. So, this is key to effective teaching behaviour. Eliciting clarification of an answer/response or soliciting additional information is likely to demoralise and de-motivate the student. On the other hand, promoting low error rate (high success) may not contribute to increased levels of students' self esteem and positive attitude for below average students.
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7. Given below are two statements - one is labelled as Assertion (A) and the other is labelled as Reason(R):
Assertion (A):The spoken and written words are two media of many available for communication in the classroom.
Reason (R): Communication through any medium does not happen through attitudes of encoders.
In the light of the above two statements, choose the correct option from the choices given below:

  • Option : C
  • Explanation : Many media are available for classroom communication. These are spoken words, written words, non-verbal, maps, charts, ICT based audio-visual technology, etc. So, assertion (A) is true.
    If communication through any medium fails to take place, the reason can be any of the following barriers on the part of the decoder, rather than the attitude of the encoder:
    Physical Barriers.
    Perceptual Barriers.
    Emotional Barriers ... .
    Cultural Barriers ... .
    Language Barriers ... .
    Gender Barriers ... .
    Interpersonal Barriers ....
    So, Reason (R) is false.
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8. The probability sampling procedures are mostly used in which of the following researches?
(A) Survey researches
(B) Experimental researches
(C) Phenomenology based researches
(D) Action researches
(E) Correlational design based researches
Select your answer from the following options:

  • Option : A
  • Explanation : Probability Sampling is a sampling technique in which sample from a larger population are chosen using a method based on the theory of probability using random selection. Action research and phenomenology involves the active participation of the researcher in the field. Also, probability sampling is generally used in quantitative research. Of the given options, (a) Survey researches;(b) Experimental researches; and ( e) Correlational design based researches are quantitative methods.
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9. For encouraging 'learning to learn', the emphasis on which of the following would be most appropriate?

  • Option : B
  • Explanation : Transfer of learning, whether teacher- to- student or student- to -student, is a process which enhances the learning of the learner and consolidates the learning of the teacher (which can he a student teaching another student); and both learn how to learn. So, to encourage 'learning to learn', it is important that teaching is organized in such a manner that the opportunity for transfer of learning is increased. Using educational technology gadgets; assigning tasks to he mastered by students; conducting frequent tests are routine procedures in education which may not necessarily lead to 'learning' or grasping how one should learn.
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10. According to traditional square of opposition, if two propositions are so related that they cannot both be false. although they may both be true, They are called:

  • Option : B
  • Explanation : Observe the following traditional square of opposition.
    3 dec second shiftThe theses shown in the square were supplemented with the following:
    • Two propositions are contradictory iff they cannot both be true and they cannot both be false.
    • Two propositions are contraries iff they cannot both be true but can both be false.
    • Two propositions are subcontraries iff they cannot both be false but can both be true.
    • A proposition is a subaltern of another iff it must be true if its superaltern is true, and the superaltern must be false if the subaltern is false.
    [iff = if and only if]
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