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Question number: 3086

» Research Methods » Experimental » New 2019

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Which of these research methodologies faces “the problem of randomization”?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Descriptive

b.

Experimental

c.

Historical

d.

None of the above

Question number: 3087

» Teaching Aptitude » Teaching Methods

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Which of the following is not an advantage of the Learner centered method?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Students learn independence

b.

Students learn important communicative and collaborative skills

c.

Students are more interested in learning activities

d.

Students learn to direct their own learning

Question number: 3088

» Teaching Aptitude » Teaching Skills

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Appeared in Year: 2019

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Instructions which encourage live participation and interaction through online classes are called (20 June Evening Shift)

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Traditional instructions

b.

Synchronous instructions

c.

Asynchronous instructions

d.

Theoretical instructions

Question number: 3089

» Communication » Types of Communication

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Appeared in Year: 2019

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Connotative communication inside the classroom is (20 June Evening Shift)

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Explicit

b.

Critical

c.

Direct

d.

Implicit

Question number: 3090

» Logical Reasoning » Based on Assumptions

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Appeared in Year: 2019

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The argument which claims that its conclusion is conclusively supported by its premises is called (21 June Evening Shift)

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Demonstrative Argument

b.

Analogical Argument

c.

Inductive Argument

d.

Deductive Argument

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