REET Level 2 English Paper MCQ 2021

REET Level 2 English Paper MCQ 2021 – रीट मॉडल पेपर 2021 पीडीएफ रीट मॉडल पेपर 2021 स्तर 2 रीट मॉक टेस्ट स्तर 2 रीट 2021 का फ्री सैंपल पेपर रीट मॉडल पेपर 2021 लेवल 1 रीट 2021 प्रश्न रीट लेवल 2 अभ्यास सेट पीडीएफ डाउनलोड रीट मॉक टेस्ट 2 मुक्त विज्ञान.



Q. A student is
(A) totally unaware of his personality
(B) very careful about his personality
(C) totally passive towards his personality
(D) very liberal towards his personality
Ans. B

Q. If a student is insulted by the teacher before the students of the class, then, as a result, the student, in all probability may
(A) become a fighter
(B) start concentrating more on his studies
(C) start respecting the teacher more than ever before
(D) Any one of the above
Ans. A

Q. Some students are weak in their studies. The most probable reason for this can be
(A) a lack of interest among them towards studies
(B) their physical weakness
(C) their shy nature
(D) All of the above
Ans. A

Q. Basic education is
(A) activity oriented
(B) student-oriented
(C) handicraft oriented
(D) All of these
Ans. D

Q. Learning by play
(A) suppresses the hard instinct
(B) suppresses the creative tendency
(C) is not a psychological method
(D) is a psychological method
Ans. D

Q. Which one of the following is the most effective element for making class teaching interesting?
(A) Lesson plan
(B) Personality of the teacher
(C) Teaching method
(D) Study material
Ans. C

Q. You agree from this point that the objective of education is to
(A) impart knowledge to the child
(B) give the child an opportunity for self-expression
(C) protect the child from evils
(D) enrich the child with fine interests
Ans. B

Q. What is your opinion?
(A) Development of a child is quite natural
(B) The teacher develops the child
(C) Process of the development starts in the school
(D) If the teacher does not teach with dedication and zeal, then there can be no development of the child
Ans. A

Q. What do you consider discipline to be?
(A) Negative
(B) A means
(C) Spontaneous
(D) All of these
Ans. D

Q. Do you think that students are the opponents of the teacher?
(A) Yes, because they do not like discipline imposed by the teacher on them
(B) Yes, because they want to be free and do whatever they like but the teacher does not let them have their own Ways
(C) No, they are not the opponents of the teachers, they protest the system that does not take care of their needs
(D) No, they do not have any opposition for or clash with their teacher
Ans. C

Q. One of the advantages of the inductive method of teaching is that in this method
(A) the habit of cramming is not developed
(B) the student does not have to do homework
(C) the discipline of the class is not spoiled
(D) students can learn much more in a short period of time
Ans. A

Q. Teaching aptitude means
(A) devotion towards teaching work
(B) all the requisite abilities to do the job of a teacher
(C) the desire to become a teacher
(D) None of the above
Ans. B

Q. What should the teacher know about?
(A) Educational psychology
(B) Child psychology
(C) Practical psychology
(D) All of these
Ans. D

Q. The contribution of Froebel in the field of education was
(A) Dalton Plan
(B) Project Method
(C) Montessori System
(D) Kindergarten System
Ans. D

Q. The study of child psychology
(A) helps the teacher understand the discipline related problems with a correct viewpoint
(B) gives a correct view about the problems related to education
(C) helps him improve his abilities
(D) helps him present ideas before the children
Ans. B

Q. In order to understand the complete personalities of his students, the teacher
(A) must have the knowledge of child psychology
(B) must maintain friendly relations with them
(C) has to use his knowledge and learning
(D) should keep on meeting and interacting with the parents of his students
Ans. A

Q. As a teacher, what do you consider to be superior?
(A) Intrinsic motivation
(B) Extrinsic motivation
(C) Both (A) and (B)
(D) None of the above
Ans. A

Q. In the sentence ‘She did it as I advised her to do. As I advised her to do is a
(A) Noun clause
(B) Adjective clause
(C) Adverb clause
(D) None of these
Ans. C

Q. School-based assessment is primarily based on the principle that
(A) teachers know their learners’ capabilities better than external examiners
(B) students should at all costs get high grades
(C) schools are more efficient than external bodies of examination
(D) assessment should be very economical
Ans. A

Q. According to Kohlberg, a teacher can instill moral values in children by
(A) giving importance to religious teachings
(B) laying clear rules of behavior
(C) involving them in discussions on moral issues
(D) giving strict instruction
Ans. C

Q. Who decides the direction of education?
(A) Teacher
(B) Student
(C) Curriculum
(D) Parents
Ans. C

Q. Whatever the child learns in his family and community, is known as
(A) formal education
(B) planned education
(C) informal education
(D) community education
Ans. C

Q. The objective of education is to
(A) create learned citizens
(B) create good citizens
(C) create persons who are useful for the society
(D) All of the above
Ans. D

Q. A teacher should study on a continuous basis so that he is able to
(A) improve his teaching ability
(B) dominate his students
(C) become more useful for his students
(D) get respect among his colleagues
Ans. C

Q. If many students of your class are not able to answer your questions, then you would
(A) punish all those students
(B) believe that all these students do not study with dedication
(C) ponder over the thought whether your teaching method has any defect
(D) not give importance to this issue
Ans. C

Q. If in your class, none of the students asks a question during the lecture, then there can be the following reason for this phenomenon
(A) students may be paying attention to some other things
(B) you may be teaching in an excellent manner
(C) whatever you may be teaching, is beyond the understanding of students
(D) all the students of your class are of a high level
Ans. C

Q. Microteaching is useful to students of
(A) junior classes
(B) primary classes
(C) (10 + 2) classes
(D) higher classes and primary classes
Ans. D

Q. Teaching-learning environment in the school will suffer if
(A) the autonomy of the learner is not respected
(B) there are frequent Parent-Teacher Association meetings
(C) the teacher is given the freedom to innovate
(D) corporal punishment is employed to correct misbehavior
Ans. D

Q. Community participation in school education is mainly required for
(A) mobilizing additional resources
(B) developing teaching-learning material
(C) directing teachers to do their job
(D) improving teaching-learning climate
Ans. A

Q. The term ‘School Curriculum’ refers to
(A) syllabus outlines
(B) scheme of examination
(C) sum total of experiences that one goes through in school
(D) the methodology of teaching
Ans. C

Q. The importance of Parent Teacher Association is that
(A) the parents/guardians and the teacher discuss together to solve the problems of students or find good methods to solve them
(B) students meet their teacher along with their parents/guardians
(C) both parents/guardians and the teachers are able to know about the above
(D) None of the above
Ans. A



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