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1. The main purpose of using ICT for classroom teaching is to

  • Option : D
  • Explanation :
    The ultimate purpose of the teaching-learning process is to fulfill the planned objectives and realise the learning outcomes to the optimal level. Various methods and aids are used to optimize the learning outcomes. ICT is one of the most effective methods/aids used for the purpose. Its audio-visual inputs involve/engage multiple senses of the learner and enhance learning. Making the classroom instruction interesting and keeping the learners engaged are the subsidiary functions of ICT. It does not divert attention from learning because it is used in the classroom for showing subject-related capsules only.
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2. A college teacher presents a research paper in a seminar. The research paper cites references which are pretty old. This situation will be described as the case of

  • Option : D
  • Explanation :
    Research studies are meant not only to answer research questions but also stand as reference/guidance for further research in the same or related area (s). A researcher must be able to produce results which are contemporary and relevant. For this, it is imperative to use updated data and resources. By citing old references, the academic/ scholar/researcher shows that they have not cared to update the materials/ resources used for their research study and thereby, has committed the serious lapse of carelessness which will undermine the relevance of the study.
    Technical lapse refers to the lapse relates particular subject, art, or craft, or its techniques.
    Ethical lapse relates to compromise with the moral aspects involved.
    Academic ignorance means lack of knowledge about education and/or scholarship.
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3. Effective educational communication is

  • Option : C
  • Explanation :
    Effective educational communication is continuous. Break in continuity disengages! distracts the learner and challenges the teacher to regain their attention and rescue/salvage the lesson/teaching process from reversing or tanking altogether.
    Effective educational communication is reciprocal because regular feedback from the learner is essential for the teacher to proceed.
    Effective educational communication is not repetitive. Repetition tends to put off the learner and undermine the teacher's stature. Coercive communication is counterproductive as it unsettles the learner and disturbs their mental and emotional balance which adversely affects the learning.
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4. Match Set-l with Set-II

Set-I
Research Tools

Set-II
Measurement Scale
 A. Questionnaire and interview (i) Ratio scale of measurement
 B. Intelligence and Aptitude Tests (ii) Ordinal Scale of measurement
 C. Attitude and Value Tests (iii) Interval Scale of measurement
 D. Speed and Frequency Tests (iv) Nominal Scale of measurement

Choose the correct answer from the options given below:

  • Option : D
  • Explanation :
    Questionnaire and interview- nominal scale of measurement
    Intelligence and aptitude tests - interval scale of measurement
    Attitude and value tests - ordinal scale of measurement
    Speed and frequency tests--ratio scale of measurement
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5. In the statement "No dogs are reptiles", which terms are distributed?

  • Option : C
  • Explanation :
    Distribution is the status of a term in regard to extension.
    The subject-term is distributed in statements whose quantity is universal and undistributed in statements whose quantity is particular. The given statement is universal as it includes 'No' with the subject 'Dog'; so, the subject is distributed
    In affirmative propositions the predicate term is always taken particularly (and therefore undistributed) and in negative propositions the predicate is always taken universally (and therefore distributed). The given statement is a negative proposition so, the predicate 'are reptiles' is universal and distributed.
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