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Important Questions: Communication

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Following are the experimental learning activities adopted by a teacher. Arrange them in cyclic order.

1. Accommodation

2. Converging

3. Assimilation

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Diverging 1, 2, 3, 4 4, 3, 2, 1 2, 3, 4, 1 3, 1, 2, 4

(a) (b) (c) (d) Which of the following methods of communication is the most effective?
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
Which of the following methods of communication is the most effective?
(a)
Presenting written material
(b)
Presenting written material
(c)
Along with film projector
(d)
Multi-media method
Better classroom management means
(a)
Per group work and better interaction among pupils
(b)
Prior preparation of teacher in the making of suitable aids
(c)
Punctuality of the teachers in coming in the class and finishing the course in time
(d)
Getting the attention and cooperation of all the students before starting the class/task
Which of the following skills has the largest share in communication time in schools/colleges?
(a)
Listening
(b)
Reading
(c)
Writing
(d)
Speaking
Arrange the following activities of interaction in logical order
1. Analysis of the work done
2. Planning and preparation

3.

Presentation of material

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Modification and improvement

(a)

1, 2, 3, 4

(b)

2, 3, 1, 4

(c)

4, 1, 2, 3

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All are the components of listening except

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(a)

Hearing

(b)

Attending-being attentive

(c)

Answering

(d)

Understanding and remembering

Listening is badly affected by

(a)

Message overload excess of listened material High speed of speaking A sizable hearing loss-physiological problem All of the above

(b) (c) (d) The most important aspect of communication-listening, can be improved by (a) Making
(b)
(c)
(d)
The most important aspect of communication-listening, can be improved by
(a)
Making the attention fully paid
(b)
Making the communicated material novel-interesting and need based
(c)
Making voice effective and impressive
(d)
All of these
Listening to a lecture is
(a)
Informational listening
(b)
Evaluative listening
(c)
Emphatic listening
(d)
None of these
The main purpose of evaluative listening is
(a)
To accept or reject an idea given to the listener
(b)
To evaluate the speaker's credibility and personality
(c)
Both of above
(d)
None of these
(a)
an emphatic listener
(b)
an evaluative listener
(c)
a realistic listener

A student helps a teacher to solve the problem while the teacher was delivering the lecture. He was

(d) an informational listener

The process of communication enhances through:

(a)

Belongingness

(b)

Security and freedom to make choices

(c)

Informality of meeting and avoidance of pressure

13. Software computer cannot be used (a) for demonstration (b) for reading and writing (c)
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Software computer cannot be used
(a)
for demonstration
(b)
for reading and writing
(c)
as a systematic programmed learning techniques
(d)
as a machine for evaluating students progress
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Which of the following cannot be a good way of communication in promoting literacy among
villagers?
(a)
Demonstration
(b)
Reading and writing
(c)
Providing material on TV and film projector
(d)
Large group discussion
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All are the examples of the media of two way communication except
(a)
Public Meeting
(b)
Padyatra
(c)
Street Plays
(d)
Procession and Rallies
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The latest development in the hardware technology is the introduction of
(a)
FM channels
(b)
Z channels
(c)
M channels
(d)
Star channel
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CHEER stand for
(a)
Children Enrichment Education Through Radio
(b)
Child Health Education Electronic Recording
(c)
Children for Engineers and Energy Requirement
(d)
None of the above
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Educational TV was first introduced in India in
(a)
1961
(b)
1959
(c)
1968
(d)
1961
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SITE stands for

(a)

System for International Technology and Engineering

(b)

Satellite Instructional Television Experiment

(c)

South Indian Trade Estate

20. Visualization in the instructional process cannot increase (a) interest and motivation (b) retention and
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Visualization in the instructional process cannot increase
(a)
interest and motivation
(b)
retention and adaptation
(c)
stress and boredom
(d)
curiosity and concentration
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Which of the following teachers will you like most?
(a)
One who uses board occasionally
(b)
One who uses chart and maps?
(c)
One who uses film projector along with the proper use of the board
(d)
One who uses motion picture as a last resort
22.
Overhead projector is superior to short circuit TV In a classroom teaching because
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
It is cheap and self devised
Pictures in it may be shown in a desired sequence and with a minimum of lost motion (material)
Information presented though it is easily retained
It is easy to use
23.
Which of the following groups of students can be most benefited computer based education
program?
(a)
Small group of low IQ
(b)
Large group of moderate intelligence
(c)
Heterogeneous groups in IQ
(d)
All of the above
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Closed circuit television is useful
(a)
Only for a restricted audience residing at a particular place
(b)
For large group communication
(c)
Only for poor students of the class
(d)
None of the above
25.
Televised educational program is useful because
(a)
(b)
It can present the natural phenomenon of the world in natural form
It can magnify the microscopic forms of life and can be presented on TV

(c)

It affords the opportunity for large audience in the same auditorium or in different locations to view it clearly

(d)

All of these

26. Teaching on TV is superior to class room instruction because (a) Very large classes
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Teaching on TV is superior to class room instruction because
(a)
Very large classes are made possible and thus it is economically advantageous
(b)
Experts for teaching a difficult topic can be arranged and others can be benefited from them
(c)
Teaching materials can be filmed
(d)
All of these
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All of the following are the limitations of televised instruction except
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
Televised lesson moves at a fixed speed and thus cannot take the individual differences of
students into account
It does not permit the exchange of ideas between the teachers and taught
It does not properly help the students in making the materials clearly understood
Experts consume much time in planning and preparation of the program.
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Which of the following is not a successful communicator?
(a)
One who presents material in a precise and clear way
(b)
One who is able to adapt himself according to the language of the communicator
(c)
One who knows a lot but is somewhat reserve in his attitude
(d)
One who sometimes becomes informal before the receiver and develops rapport
29.
Which of the following teachers will you like most?
(a)
A loving teacher
(b)
A teacher of highly idealist philosophy
(c)
A teacher who often am uses his students
(d)
A disciplined teacher
30.
As a chairman of UPSC while selecting a teacher you should be
(a)
Fair and impartial
(b)
Able to judge the personality of candidates
(c)
Encouraging to those appearing for interview
(d)
All of these

Key:

1 b 11 21 a c 2 c 12 22 d b 3 c 13
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