GHANA TEACHER LICENSURE EXAMINATION Essential skills-past questions

GHANA TEACHER LICENSURE EXAMINATION Essential skills-past questions

GHANA TEACHER LICENSURE
EXAMINATION (GTLE)
Essential skills
Objectives

GHANA TEACHER LICENSURE EXAMINATION Essential skills-past questions

1. It is popularly said that any two students are
not alike. This implies that they differ in their
(a) Physical and mental set up
(b) Aptitude
(c) Social status
(d) Attitude
True Answer : Physical and mental set up
2. Which is an application of cognitive approach
to motivation?
(a) Explain the reasons for studying the topic
(b) Create a supportive classroom climate for
students
(c) Provide clear and prompt feedback
onassignments

(d) Begin lessons with challenging questionsand
conflicting events
True Answer : Explain the reasons for
studying the topic
3. Mr. Oti, a physical education teacher,
demonstrates the new skill to be learned so that
his students can watch him and later reproduce
the skill. What learning theory is associated with
the situation?
(a) Dual-Coding Learning Theory
(b) Information Processing Theory
(c) Schema Learning Theory
(d) Social Learning
True Answer : Social Learning
4. The lowest level of Taxonomy of
Educational Objectives of Cognitive
Domain given by Bloom is
(a) Knowledge
(b) Comprehension

(c) Application
(d) Analysis
True Answer : Knowledge

GHANA TEACHER LICENSURE EXAMINATION Essential skills-past questions

5. Instructional Objectives are useful to
(a) Teachers
(b) Students
(c) Question paper setters
(d) All the given alternatives
True Answer : All the given alternatives
6. Rita easily remember dates and events in
history. What component of long term memory
(LTM) does Rita have?
(a) Creative thinking
(b) Critical thinking
(c) Reflective thinking
(d) Logical thinking
True Answer : Reflective thinking
7. The most important function of a teacher is to
(a) Facilitate learning
(b) manage instructional resources
(c) coordinate curricular activities
(d) provide information
True Answer : Facilitate learning
8. Which of the following best describes what
meaningful learning is?
(a) When what is to be learned is new and easyfor
the students
(b) Materials presented are difficult andchallenging
to the students
(c) When the materials to be learned is relatedto
what students already know
(d) Students find the lessons easy and relevant
to what was assigned to them
True Answer : When the materials to be
learned is related to what students already
know

GHANA TEACHER LICENSURE EXAMINATION Essential skills-past questions

9. The objectives of a Curriculum are to be stated
in terms of
(a) Students entering behaviour
(b) Students terminal behaviour
(c) Teachers behaviour
(d) Learning process
True Answer : Students terminal behaviour
10. Miss Rita is an excellent Physical Education
teacher. She started teaching volleyball to her
Grade 2 class. Despite all her efforts, her class
does not seem to learn how to play the game.
What law of learning was disregarded?
(a) Law of Disuse
(b) Law of Effect
(c) Law of Exercis
(d) Law of Readiness
True Answer : Law of Readiness
11. Which of the following best describes what
meaningful learning is?
(a) When what is to be learned is new and easyfor
the students

(b) Materials presented are difficult andchallenging
to the students
(c) When the materials to be learned is relatedto
what students already know
(d) Students find the lessons easy and relevant
to what was assigned to them
True Answer : When the materials to be
learned is related to what students already
know
12. Ms. Erika in her Biology class accompanies
her discussion with interesting visual aids. She
strongly believes that students learn better when
lessons are presented with images, real or
imagined aside from mere lecture method.
Which learning theory does she upholds?
(a) Dual-Coding Theory
(b) Information Processing Theory
(c) Meaningful Reception Learning Theory
(d) Social Cognitive Theory
True Answer : Dual-Coding Theory

13. Which of the following is not a type of the
learned motives?
(a) Reflexes
(b) Habits
(c) Attitude(d) Interest
True Answer : Reflexes
14. Patricia is always fearful of freely roaming
dogs but does not mind dogs in a pen or on a
leash. What feature of classical conditioning is
exhibited?
(a) Discrimination
(b) Extinction
(c) Generalization
(d) Practice
True Answer : Discrimination
15. An Earth Science teacher has just completed
a unit on the sun. As she recognizes her next unit
on other stars, she uses the sun as a frame of
reference. What view of learning was used?

(a) Discovery learning
(b) Informative learning
(c) Meaningful learning
(d) Transfer learning
True Answer : Meaningful learning
16. Which is an application of cognitive approach
to motivation?
(a) Explain the reasons for studying the topic
(b) Create a supportive classroom climate for
students
(c) Provide clear and prompt feedback
onassignments
(d) Begin lessons with challenging questionsand
conflicting events
True Answer : Explain the reasons for studying the
topic
17. Of the following learning theories, the one
that embodies the idea that the
learning takes place through insight is known as
(a) Gestalt
(b) Stimulus-Response
(c) Connectionist
(d) Pragmatic
True Answer : Gestalt
18. The lowest level of Taxonomy of
Educational Objectives of Cognitive
Domain given by Bloom is
(a) Knowledge
(b) Comprehension
(c) Application
(d) Analysis
True Answer : Knowledge
19. In which lesson does a general rule is
explained first and then examples are
illustrated?
(a) Deductive lesson
(b) Inductive lesson
(c) Cognitive lesson
(d) Skill lesson

True Answer : Deductive lesson
20. The objectives of a Curriculum are to be
stated in terms of
(a) Students entering behaviour
(b) Students terminal behaviour
(c) Teachers behaviour
(d) Learning process
True Answer : Students terminal behaviour
21. Mr Fiifi wants to use alternative methods of
assessment. Which of the following will he not
likely use?
(a) Multiple Choice Test
(b) Reflective Journal Writing
(c) Oral Presentation
(d) Developing Portfolios
True Answer : Multiple Choice Test

22. The minimum number of years for a newly
qualified teacher to posses a provisional
teacher’s license is
(a) 1 year
(b) 2 years
(c) 3 years
(d) 4 years
True Answer : 3 years
23. The choice of the appropriate format to use
in constructing a test is influenced by the
(a) skills in writing different types of items
(b) intelligence level of the students
(c) content that has been taught
(d) availability of specification table
True Answer : skills in writing different types of
items
24. Asamoah is fascinated by his daughter’s
excitement and determination to learn new

things. Thus, he is concerned with her
development in which domain?
(a) Physical
(b) Socioemotional
(c) Cognitive
(d) Sociocultural
True Answer : Socioemotional
25. For classroom teachers, core points are
mainly written in a lesson plan to ensured that
(a) Pupils can get notes to write at the end ofthe
lesson
(b) The main ideas of the lesson are broughtout
(c) The pupils pay attention during instructions
(d) All the given alternatives
True Answer : The main ideas of the lesson are
brought out
26. All the following are the reasons for
introduction of the Teacher Licensing Policy in
Ghana except.

(a) To eliminate non-performing teachers
(b) To reduce teacher in-take
(c) To professionalize teaching
(d) To enforce discipline
True Answer : To reduce teacher in-take
27. Psychologists study the development of
individuals across several domains. Which of the
following is not one of the domains studied?
(a) Physical
(b) Socioemotional
(c) Cognitive
(d) Psychodynamic
True Answer : Psychodynamic
28. Which of the following operates on the
“stimulus-response principle”, which means all
behaviours are caused by external stimuli?
(a) Contextual theory
(b) Behaviourist theory
(c) Cognitive theory

(d) Constructivist theory
True Answer : Behaviourist theory
29. Under what criterion is the question, ” is this
the best way to test for the desired knowledge
and skills? ” considered when evaluating a test?
(a) Practicality
(b) Clarity
(c) Fairness
(d) Efficiency
True Answer : Efficiency
30. Which of the following bodies or institutions
is responsible for licensing teachers in Ghana?
(a) Teacher Education Division
(b) Ghana Education Service
(c) National Teaching Council
(d) National Teachers Council
True Answer : National Teaching Council
31. Which of the following are the major
components of guidance program in schools?

(a) Educational, vocational, personal, social
(b) Educational, vocational, counselling
(c) Educational, vocational, psychological
(d) Vocational, social, relationship
True Answer : Educational, vocational, personal,
social
32. The evaluation approach that measures
students actual performance and compares it
with the objectives of instruction is called..
(a) Criterion-referenced evaluation
(b) Democratic evaluation
(c) Norm-referenced evaluation
(d) Bureaucratic evaluation
True Answer : Criterion-referenced evaluation
33. In designing instruction for your class, you
must assume that instruction is aimed at the…..
(a) Individual and not the group
(b) Group and not the individual
(c) Academically weak students
(d) Academically intelligent students

True Answer : Individual and not the group
34. Information may be able to obtain
permanence in the memory of pupils when there
is a strong activity of the…
(a) Long term memory
(b) Sensory memory
(c) Concrete memory
(d) Working memory
True Answer : Long term memory
35. Which of the following has no relation to
the behaviorist approach to learning?
(a) Common law applies to humans and
animals
(b) The process of learning is call conditioning

(c) Humans and animals have
similarneurophysiological features
(d) Learning requires active mental process
True Answer : Learning requires active mental

process
36. Which of the following serve as agents to the
curriculum implementation process
(a) Learners
(b) Doctors
(c) Ministry of Education
(d) Teachers
True Answer : Teachers
37. In planning your lesson, it is always important
that you start with..
(a) Anticipatory set
(b) Modelling
(c) Objective and purpose
(d) Guided practice
True Answer : Objective and purpose
38. For school environment to have a
good/healthy climate, the teacher must….
(a) Be strict and unapproachable
(b) Have concern for general well-being ofpupils
(c) Have a strong sense of commitment andmorality

(d) Be firm and fair in managing his/her class
True Answer : Be firm and fair in managing his/her
class
39. Which of the following is NOT a major focus
of educational principles of prominent
educational theories
(a) Learning must be gradual, cumulative
andprogressive
(b) Instruction must be presented according tothe
stages of readiness of pupil
(c) Pupils must be coerced and forced to learn
(d) (d) Instruction and learning must follow the order
of nature
True Answer : Pupils must be coerced and forced to
learn
40. A 3-year old pupil in your class who calls a cat
a lion and a hen, a vulture may be identified as..
(a) Preoperational child with the ability toclassify
(b) Preoperational child with transductivereasoning
(c) Preoperational child with concrete

reasoning
(d) Formal operational child
True Answer : Preoperational child with transductive
reasoning
41. Which of the following is the most
appropriate research to conduct as a teacher to
improve on your professional practice in the
classroom?
(a) Basic research
(b) Historic research
(c) Action research
(d) Exploratory research
True Answer : Action research
42. Which of the following influenced the
military training requirements among students in
the secondary and tertiary levels?
(a) Chinese
(b) Greeks
(c) Presbyterians
(d) Romans

True Answer : Romans
43. Students are more likely to remain focused
on goals and persist despite setbacks when they
develop a perception that..
(a) Skills continue to emerge as the individualgrows
(b) Ability can be developed and success isrelated to
effort
(c) learning is a series of small achievements
(d) (d) assessment is ongoing and peers are
achieving at similar levels
True Answer : Ability can be developed and success
is related to effort
44. The Department of Education gives greater
emphasis on the development of basic skills.
What is the philosophical basis for this?
(a) Essentialism
(b) Existentialism
(c) Perennialism
(d) Pragmatism
True Answer : Essentialism

45. When administering standardized test for JHS
students, the teacher may assist students in
which of the following ways?
(a) Reading several sample items for clarity
(b) Repeating the scripted directions exactly
(c) Restating the scripted directions using simple
language
(d) reviewing content using the sample item as a
model
True Answer : Repeating the scripted directions
exactly
46. Teacher G, a Christian Living teacher, puts so
much significance on values development and
discipline. What could be her educational
philosophy?
(a) Idealism
(b) Progressivism
(c) Pragmatism
(d) Realism

True Answer : Idealism
47. Which of the following factors in an
elementary classroom is likely to contribute most
to a loss of instructional time?
(a) Limited use of assigned seating
(b) Ineffective transition routines
(c) Unappealing or worn materials
(d) Inadequate technological resources
True Answer : Ineffective transition routines
48. A teacher views his students as unique, freechoosing and responsible individuals. All
classroom activities revolve around the said
premise. What theory underlies this?
(a) Essentialism
(b) Existentialism
(c) (c) Progressivism
(d) Realism
True Answer : Existentialism

49. A teacher demonstrated the technique on
how to group students according to their needs
and interests and how to use self-paced
instructional materials. Which philosophy is
manifested in this activity
(a) Essentialism
(b) Progressivism
(c) Realism
(d) Social Reconstructionism
True Answer : Progressivism
50. The Progressivists emphasized the
individuality of the child. What is the concern of
the reconstructionists?
(a) Experiential learning
(b) Socialization
(c) Social problem
(d) Personal problems
True Answer : Social problem

51. Every first day of the school year, Miss Abrefa
prepared activities which will make her primary 2
children, sing, plan, learn and introduce
themselves to the class. What process did she
emphasize?
(a) Acculturation
(b) Enculturation
(c) Indoctrination
(d) Socialization
True Answer : Socialization
52. According to reconstructionism, the goal of
education is to bring about a new social order.
Which practice best manifests this view?
(a) The class conducts scientific experiments toverify
concepts
(b) The class discusses role models and theirimpact
on society
(c) The class allowed to engage in divergentthinking
(d) The class undertakes well-planned projectsin the
community

True Answer : The class undertakes wellplanned
projects in the community
53. Which philosophy approves a teacher who
lectures most of the time and requires his
students to memorize the rules of grammar?
(a) Existentialism
(b) Idealism
(c) Pragmatism
(d) Realism
True Answer : Idealism
54. Why should a teacher take the obligation
upon himself to study and understand the
custom and traditions of the community where
he works?
(a) To change the culture of the community
(b) To have a sympathetic attitude for the people of
the community
(c) To identify the weaknesses of the cultureof the
community

(d) To please the people of the community
True Answer : To have a sympathetic attitude for
the people of the community
55. What philosophy is related to the practice of
schools acting as laboratory for teaching reforms
and experimentation?
(a) Essentialism
(b) Existentialism
(c) (c) Progressivism
(d) Social Reconstructionism
True Answer : Progressivism
56. Which of the following is not a function of
the school?
(a) Changing cultural practices
(b) Development of attitudes and skills
(c) Reproduction of species
(d) Socialization among children
True Answer : Reproduction of species

57. A teacher who is a recognized expert in
carpentry works, taught his students how to
prepare and construct good and aesthetic
furniture from local resources. What cultural
transmission process is this?
(a) Acculturation
(b) Enculturation
(c) Indoctrination
(d) Observation
True Answer : Enculturation
58. A teacher who believes in the progressivist
theory of education would embrace certain
reforms on methodology. Which reform would
be consistent with this theory?
(a) Active participation of teachers
(b) Formal instructional pattern
(c) Strict external discipline
(d) Teacher domination of class activities
True Answer : Active participation of teachers

59. Activities planned by school clubs/
organizations show school-community
connection geared towards society’s needs.
What philosophy is related to this?
(a) Existentialism
(b) Progressivism
(c) Realism
(d) Social Reconstructionism
True Answer : Social Reconstructionism
60. In a school, the pupils were asked which
nationality they would prefer if given a choice.
Majority of the pupils wanted to be Americans.
In this case, in which obligation relative to the
state are the schools seemed to be failing?
(a) Instill allegiance to the constitutionalauthorities
(b) Promote national pride
(c) Promote obedience to the laws of the state
(d) Respect for all duly constituted authorities
True Answer : Promote national pride

61. Which of the following is the main function of
the philosophy of education?
(a) Reconsider existing educational goals in thelight
of society’s needs
(b) Provide the academic background
prerequisite to learning
(c) Define the goals and set the direction forwhich
education is to strive
(d) Aid the learner to build his own
personalphilosophy
True Answer : Define the goals and set the direction
for which education is to strive
62. What philosophy of education advocates that
the curriculum should only include universal and
unchanging truths?
(a) Essentialism
(b) Idealism
(c) Perennialism
(d) Pragmatism
True Answer : Perennialism

63. ” The greatest happiness lie in the
contemplative use of mind”, said Plato. Which of
the following activities adheres to this?
(a) Cooperative learning
(b) Introspection
(c) Role Playing
(d) Social Interaction
True Answer : Introspection
64. Which of the statements below best
describes development
(a) A student’s height increased by 5’2″ to 5’4″
(b) A student’s change in weight from 110lbs to
125lbs
(c) A student had learned to operate thecomputer
(d) A student’s enlargement of hips
True Answer : A student had learned to operate the
computer

65. Which of the following situation manifests a
balance between teachers responsibility and
accountability?
(a) She entertains her students with personalstories
until the end of the period
(b) She spends most of the time on the latestgossips
in showbiz
(c) She teaches as much as she could forduration of
the period
(d) She teaches as well as entertains thestudents
with her personal stories
True Answer : She teaches as much as she could for
duration of the period
66. Which philosophy of education influence the
singing of the National Anthem in schools?
(a) Nationalism
(b) Naturalism
(c) Pragmatism
(d) Socialism
True Answer : Nationalism

67. Who among the following believes that
learning requires disciplined attention, regular
homework, and respect for legitimate authority?
(a) Essentialist
(b) Progressivist
(c) Realist
(d) Reconstructionist
True Answer : Essentialist
68. Your teacher is of the opinion that the world
and everything in it are ever changing and so
teaches you the skill to cope with the changes.
Which of the following is his governing
philosophy?
(a) Experimentalism
(b) Existentialism
(c) Idealism
(d) Realism
True Answer : Experimentalism

69. Homeroom advisers always emphasize the
importance of cleanliness of the body. Children
are taught how to wash their hands before and
after eating. What is this practice called?
(a) Folkway
(b) Laws
(c) Mores
(d) Social norm
True Answer : Social norm
70. Dr. Aboagye, the school physician conducted
a physical examination in Ms. Felicia’s class.
What concept best describes the quantitative
increase observed by Dr. Aboagye among the
pupils in terms of height and weight?
(a) Development
(b) Growth
(c) Learning
(d) Maturation
True Answer : Growth

71. Madam Agnes, now 69 years old has been
observing changes in herself such as the aging
process. Which term refers to the development
change in her?
(a) Development
(b) Growth
(c) Learning
(d) Maturation
True Answer : Maturation
72. Which of the following theories can help Miss
Enyonam determine the readiness of her learners by
administering a readiness test?
(a) Conditioning Theory
(b) Cognitive Development Theory
(c) Maturation Theory
(d) Ethological Theory
True Answer : Maturation Theory

73. Manuel, a five-year old boy can hold his pen and
write his name with his right hand.
Which term describes Manuel’s behavior?
(a) Development
(b) Growth
(c) Learning
(d) Maturation
True Answer : Development
74. Opoku develops an integral and coherent sense
of self. He seeks answers to the question: “Who am
I”?. Which of the following is Opoku likely to
develop?
(a) Initiative
(b) Identity and Role Confusion
(c) Intimacy
(d) Autonomy
True Answer : Identity and Role Confusion
75. A newborn infant move his whole body at once,
instead of moving a part of it.

Which of the following principles is illustrated by the
behavior?
(a) Development proceeds from specific togeneral
(b) Development proceeds from general tospecific
(c) Development follows an orderly pattern
(d) Development follows a general patternTrue
Answer : Development proceeds from general to
specific
76. Angela focuses her attention on the school work
and vigorous play that consume most of her physical
energy. Which stage of psycho-sexual theory
illustrates her behavior?
(a) Oral
(b) Anal
(c) Phallic
(d) Latency
True Answer : Latency
77. Which of the following is likely to be developed if
infants are shown genuine affection?

(a) Trust
(b) Autonomy
(c) Initiative
(d) Industry
True Answer : Trust
78. What concept can best describes Kofi’s ability to
walk without a support at the age of 12 months
because of the “internal ripening” that occurred in
his muscles, bones and nervous system
development?
(a) Development
(b) Growth
(c) Learning
(d) Maturation
True Answer : Maturation
79. Who presented the notion that certain behavior
like thumb-sucking is normal among infants?
(a) Sigmund Freud
(b) Erick Ericson

(c) John Bowlly
(d) Urie Bronfrenbenner
True Answer : Sigmund Freud
80. Which state of the psycho-sexual theory does
young boys experience rivalry with their father for
their mother’s attention and affection?
(a) Oral
(b) Anal
(c) Phallic
(d) Latency
True Answer : Phallic
81. What do you call the quantitative increase in
terms of height and weight during physical
examination of the students?
(a) Development
(b) Growth
(c) Learning
(d) Maturation

True Answer : Growth
82. Ms. Okai uses images and language to
represent and understand her various lessons to
preschool learners. What stage in the cognitive
theory of development explains this?
(a) Sensorimotor
(b) Preoperational
(c) Concrete operational
(d) Formal operational
True Answer : Preoperational
83. What level has a four year old learner like
Doris reached when she acquired new skills such
as putting the same shapes and the same colors
together?

GHANA TEACHER LICENSURE EXAMINATION Essential skills-past questions

(a) Development
(b) Maturation
(c) Zone of Proximal Development
(d) Learning
True Answer : Zone of Proximal Development

84. Which of the following is the correct order of
psycho-sexual stages proposed by Sigmund
Freud?
(a) Oral, anal, phallic, latency, genital
(b) Anal, oral, phallic, latency, genital
(c) Oral, anal, genital, latency, phallic
(d) Anal, oral, genital, latency. phallic
True Answer : Oral, anal, phallic, latency,
genital
85. Ama believes that authority is respected. She
is now in what particular level in moral
development theory of Lawrence Kholberg?
(a) Social contract
(b) Law and order orientation
(c) Interpersonal concordance
(d) Universal ethics orientation
True Answer : Social contract

86. In Piaget’s Theory of Cognitive Development,
which of the following statements would
illustrate Edward who is 11 years old?
(a) Able to see relationships and to reason inthe
abstract
(b) Unable to breakdown a whole into separateparts
(c) Differentiates goals and goal-directedactivities
(d) Experiments with methods to reach goals
True Answer : Able to see relationships and to
reason in the abstract
87. Teresa gets jealous whenever she sees her
father showing love and affection to her mother.
Which of the following is she showing according
to Freud?
(a) Complex
(b) Phallic
(c) Electra Complex
(d) Oedipus Complex
True Answer : Electra Complex

88. Mrs. Gomez conducts research on the
psycho-social domain of development. In what
particular area of the child’s development is Mrs.
Gomez most likely to be interested with?
(a) Perceptual abilities
(b) Brain-wave patterns
(c) Emotions
(d) Use of language
True Answer : Emotions
89. Connie develops concepts necessary for
everyday living, builds healthy attitudes towards
oneself, and achieve personal independence.
These are among the attributes of an individual
in what particular stage?
(a) Infancy and early childhood
(b) Middle childhood
(c) Adolescence
(d) Early adulthood
True Answer : Middle childhood

90. Hyperactivity are considered problematic.
How may a teacher help a child who is
hyperactive?
(a) Make him the leader of the class
(b) Transfer him to another class
(c) Give him challenging activies that areappropriate
to his ability level
(d) Allow him to spend longer at the
playground
True Answer : Give him challenging activies that are
appropriate to his ability level
91. Ms. Erika in her Biology class accompanies
her discussion with interesting visual aids. She
strongly believes that students learn better when
lessons are presented with images, real or
imagined aside from mere lecture method.
Which learning theory does she upholds?
(a) Dual-Coding Theory
(b) Information Processing Theory
(c) Meaningful Reception Learning Theory

(d) Social Cognitive Theory
True Answer : Dual-Coding Theory
92. Which of the following best describes what
meaningful learning is?
(a) When what is to be learned is new and easyfor
the students
(b) Materials presented are difficult andchallenging
to the students
(c) When the materials to be learned is relatedto
what students already know
(d) Students find the lessons easy and relevant
to what was assigned to them
True Answer : When the materials to be
learned is related to what students already
know
93. A music teacher is careful in planning
activities for each lesson. He praises liberally and
rewards correct answers.
What view of learning is exhibited?
(a) Classical conditioning
(b) Meaningful learning
(c) Operant conditioning
(d) Social learning
True Answer : Operant conditioning
94. An Earth Science teacher has just completed
a unit on the sun. As she recognizes her next unit
on other stars, she uses the sun as a frame of
reference. What view of learning was used?
(a) Discovery learning
(b) Informative learning
(c) Meaningful learning
(d) Transfer learning
True Answer : Meaningful learning

GHANA TEACHER LICENSURE EXAMINATION Essential skills-past questions

95. Rita easily remember dates and events in
history. What component of long term memory
(LTM) does Rita have?
(a) Creative thinking
(b) Critical thinking
(c) Reflective thinking

(d) Logical thinking
True Answer : Reflective thinking
96. Mr. Oti, a physical education teacher,
demonstrates the new skill to be learned so that
his students can watch him and later reproduce
the skill. What learning theory is associated with
the situation?

GHANA TEACHER LICENSURE EXAMINATION Essential skills-past questions

(a) Dual-Coding Learning Theory
(b) Information Processing Theory
(c) Schema Learning Theory
(d) Social Learning
True Answer : Social Learning
97. Patricia is always fearful of freely roaming
dogs but does not mind dogs in a pen or on a
leash. What feature of classical conditioning is
exhibited?
(a) Discrimination
(b) Extinction
(c) Generalization

(d) Practice
True Answer : Discrimination
98. Miss Rita is an excellent Physical Education
teacher. She started teaching volleyball to her
Grade 2 class. Despite all her efforts, her class
does not seem to learn how to play the game.
What law of learning was disregarded?
(a) Law of Disuse
(b) Law of Effect
(c) Law of Exercis
(d) Law of Readiness
True Answer : Law of Readiness
99. Which is an application of cognitive approach
to motivation?
(a) Explain the reasons for studying the topic
(b) Create a supportive classroom climate for
students
(c) Provide clear and prompt feedback
onassignments

(d) Begin lessons with challenging questionsand
conflicting events
True Answer : Explain the reasons for studying the
topic
100. Which of the theories of learning presents
or states that learning skills are hierarchically
arranged?
(a) Cumulative Learning
(b) Meaningful Learning
(c) Social Cognitive Learning
(d) Theory of Instruction
True Answer : Cumulative Learning

GHANA TEACHER LICENSURE EXAMINATION Essential skills-past questions

GHANA TEACHER LICENSURE EXAMINATION  Essential skills-past questions

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