Pedagogy MCQs

Pedagogy MCQs about Principles of Teaching

Regarding SOLO taxonomy, one side of a task is understood in which of the following levels?

(A). Extended abstract level

(B). Multistructural level

(C). Relation level

(D). Unistructural level

Question’s Answer: Unistructural level

Two or more aspects are understood in which of the following?

(A). Unistructural level

(B). Relational level

(C). Multistructural level

(D). Extended abstract level

Question’s Answer: Multistructural level

In which of the following Levels, Integration is developed between two or more aspects?

(A). Unistructural level

(B). Relational level

(C). Multistructural level

(D). Extended abstract level

Question’s Answer: Relational level

SOLO taxonomy credit goes to ___?

(A). Bloom

(B). Krathwhol

(C). Biggs & Collis

(D). Simpson

Question’s Answer: Biggs & Collis

Students are passive in which of the following methods?

(A). Project method

(B). Lecture method

(C). Discovery method

(D). Inquiry method

Question’s Answer: Lecture method

We can divide Educational objectives into how many domains?

(A). Eight

(B). Four

(C) Three

(D). Five

Question’s Answer: Three

Symposium is a type of which of the following methods?

(A). Discovery method

(B). Lecture method

(C). Discussion method

(D). Demonstration method

Question’s Answer: Discussion method

(A). Type a letter

(B). Develop X-ray film

(C). Describe a topic

(D). Take responsibility for tools

Question’s Answer: Describe a topic

What is the number of domains in taxonomies of educational objectives?

(A). Nine

(B). Five

(C). Three

(D). Six

Question’s Answer: Three

What is SOLO?

(A). System of the observed learning outcome

(B). Structure of the observed learning outcome

(C). Structure of the observed learning output

(D). System of the observed learning output

Question’s Answer: Structure of the observed learning outcome

SOLO taxonomy consists of levels:

(A). 4

(B). 7

(c). 5

(D). 8

Question’s Answer: 4

What is the highest level of cognitive domain?

(A). Synthesis

(B). Analysis

(C). Evaluation

(D). Comprehension

Question’s Answer: Evaluation

The mechanism to determine the worth of a thing is called_____?

(A). Evaluation

(B). Measurement

(C). Assessment

(D). None of these

Question’s Answer: Evaluation

Which of the following is at the highest level of hierarchy?

(A). Evaluation

(B). Application

(C). Understanding

(D). Analysis

Question’s Answer: Evaluation

In cognitive domain, the uppermost level of learning is called_____?

(A). Evaluation

(B). Synthesis

(C). Evaluation Analysis

(D). Application

Question’s Answer:  Evaluation

Knowing memorizing and recalling is concerned with:

(A). Comprehension

(B). Application

(C). Knowledge

(D). None of these

Question’s Answer:  Knowledge

Taxonomy of educational objectives was presented in:

(A) 1947

(B). 1975

(C).1956

(D). 1976

Question’s Answer: 1956

The classification of cognitive domain was presented by which of the following scientist?

(A). Benhjamin S. Bloom

(B). Skinner

(C). Simpson

(D). Krathwhol

Question’s Answer: Benhjamin S. Bloom

Cognitive domain has how many subgroups ?

(A). Three

(B). Five

(C).Four

(D). Six

Question’s Answer: Six

The affective domain was classified by which of the following scientists?

(A). Benjamin S. Bloom

(B). Krathwhol

(C). Simpson

(D). Bumer

Question’s Answer: Krathwhol

The bottommost level of learning in cognitive domain is called__?

(A). Comprehension

(B). Knowledge

(C). Application

(D). Synthesis

Question’s Answer: Knowledge

To grasp the meaning of the material is called _____?

(A). Comprehension

(B). Application

(C). Knowledge

(D). None of these

Question’s Answer: Comprehension

To use previous learned material in new conditions and situation is called__?

(A). Comprehension

(B) Application

(C). Knowledge

(D). Analysis

Question’s Answer: (D). None of these

Affective domain is divided into how many subgroups?

(A) four

(B). Five

(C). Eight

(D). Ten

Question’s Answer: Five

To break down material into modules to identify its organizational structure is called?

(A). Comprehension

(B). Application

(C). Synthesis

(D) Analysis

Question’s Answer: Analysis

To put ideas together to form a new whole is called______?

(A). Analysis

(B). Synthesis Application

(C). Evaluation

Question’s Answer:  Evaluation

To know the value of material is called______?

(A).Analysis

(B). Evaluation

(C). Application

(D). Knowledge

Question’s Answer: Evaluation

Which domain is concerned with physical movement, and practice of the motor-skill areas?

(A) Cognitive Domain

(B). Psychomotor Domain

(C). Affective Domain

(D). Evaluative Domain

Question’s Answer: Psychomotor Domain

What is the focus of cognitive domain?

(A). Physical and Motor Skills

(B). Attitudes and Interests

(C). Intellectual Skills

(D). None of above

Question’s Answer: Intellectual Skills

Which of the following is the lowest level of learning in affective domain?

(A). Responding

(B). Attending

(C). Valuing

(D). Organizing

Question’s Answer: Attending

Which of the following can be placed at the highest level of learning in affective domain?

(A). Characterization?

(B). Responding

(C). Organization

(D). affective domain

Question’s Answer: Characterization

Commitment to attend to particular phenomenon can be considered as_____?

(A). Valuing

(B). Responding

(C) Attending/Receiving

(D). Organization

Question’s Answer: Attending/Receiving

Carrying together different values into a consistent value system is considered as _______?

(A). Attending/Receiving

(B). Responding

(C) Valuing

(D). Organization

Question’s Answer: Attending/Receiving

In which of the following, Affective domain focuses on adoption of a value system as a part of life style?

(A). Responding

(B). Valuing

(C). Characterization

(C). Both a and b

Question’s Answer: Characterization

The intellectual skills can be reflected by which of the following domains?

(A) Psychomotor Domain

(B). Affective Domain

(B) Physical Domain

(C) Cognitive Domain

Question’s Answer: Cognitive Domain

Attitudes, values and Interests can be reflected by which of the following domains?

(A). Cognitive Domain

(B). Evaluative Domain

(C). Affective Domain

(D) Psychomotor Domain

Question’s Answer: Affective Domain

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