a) accept the offer provided the salary is considerably higher
b) inform them that you prefer to continue as a teacher
c) accept the offer if more incentives and conveniences are provided
d) seek the advice of friends and parents before taking a decision
02. You would like to prefer to join the teaching profession. How will you manage to procure the job?
a) by giving bribe to the appointing authority
b) by adopting any means that would help in getting appointed
c) by seeking political support
d) by exalting excellence in competition
03. You are asked to attend, without allowance, a refresher course to the subject teachers of your specialisation at a time when you have some familial inconveniences. How will you react to this situation?
a) make arrangements for compensating your absence from the family and attend the course
b) accept the offer provided it is a requirement for promotion
c) agree to attend if TA and DA are given as per rules
d) persuade the authorities for a postponement of the course till your inconveniences are over
04. Your principal is penalising you deliberately inspite of your efforts to satisfy him. What would you do under this situation?
a) boldly do what you think to be right b) retort in the same coin
c) don’t react at all d) mobilize support of the colleagues against him
05. A student of your class is being ridiculed by his mates because he gives foolish answers to all questions. Which of the following steps do you consider most appropriate?
a) stop asking questions to him so that such a situation can be avoided
b) frequently ask very simple questions to him so that he can answer correctly and gain confidence
c) advise the other students to be sympathetic and not to ridicule him
d) inform his parents and advise them to arrange for providing private tuition
06. You find it difficult to take your class because of the loud noise in the neighboring class. What step would you take?
a) go to that class immediately and scold the students
b) make a complaint to the principal about the class
c) go to that class and openly tell the teacher that the noise is quite distressing
d) have a friendly talk with the teacher at some convenient time and discuss about a solution
07. A club is formed for your teaching subject. What role will you play in its functioning?
a) will regularly attend the functions organised by the office bearers
b) will extend help in matters when requested by the staff representative
c) voluntarily contribute for organising all activities taken up
d) co-operate with the programmes organised according to your suggestions
08. In a teachers meeting, a majority decision is going to be taken about an issue. You strongly feel that it is not proper. What will you do in this situation?
a) walk out of the meeting in protest of the decision
b) exert pressure over your close friends to vote against the decision
c) clearly present your arguments against the decision and request the members to reconsider
d) quietly yield to the view point of the majority
09. You feel that a particular instructional strategy is effective for teaching your subject. But none of your colleagues agree with you. What step will you take?
a) look for the theoretical justification of the strategy from books on instruction
b) leave them to do as they like
c) give up your strategy as it is not acceptable to others
d) with the co-operation of your colleagues, design an action research
10. You come to know that a girl student is being teased by a boy of your class. What step will you take first?
a) call her brother to the campus and tell him this information
b) ask a few able boys to deal with the mischievous boy c) ask the girl to give a written complaint to the principal d) talk to the boy gently and persuade him apologise to the girl