Subject

Child Development and Pedagogy

Class

TET Class 12

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 Multiple Choice QuestionsMultiple Choice Questions

1.

Among the following which cannot be the part of CCE (Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation)?

  • Cumulative Record

  • Assignments

  • Parents-Teachers Meeting

  • Anecdotal Record


C.

Parents-Teachers Meeting


2.

A teacher has to enhance the readiness level of his students. Which will be the best way to do so?

  • By organising a creational activity in classroom related to the particular topic

  • By organising an indoor game in classroom

  • By storytelling method

  • By giving monitoring to one of the student of the class


A.

By organising a creational activity in classroom related to the particular topic

Student readiness is a student's current understanding and knowledge towards a unit or topic of study. When we differentiate tasks according to a student's readiness we are creating tasks that are a closer match to a students skill level and understanding of the topic.


3.

Creative thinking is always

  • destructive

  • constructive

  • convergent

  • monotonous


B.

constructive


4.

In a 40 min classroom, how will you teach by catering the needs of all students and specially students with special needs?

  • By paying attention on individual

  • By making homogenous group in the classroom

  • By arranging an activity for all students but paying attention to the students with special needs

  • By giving responsibility to any talented student of the class


C.

By arranging an activity for all students but paying attention to the students with special needs

By arranging activity for all students but paying attention to the students with special needs, the teacher will be able to cater to the diversity of the learners and in this case, no one will feel isolated.


5.

Child socialisation does not refer to

  • mould basic values

  • a process that occurs at once

  • highlight the formal aspects

  • take ideal expectations seriously


B.

a process that occurs at once

Socialisation is a continuous process as socialisation does not cease when a child becomes an adult, internalisation of culture continues from generation to generation. Society perpetuates itself through the internalisation of culture. Its members transmit culture to the next generation and society continues to exist.


6.

Dysgraphia is associated mainly with difficulties in

  • reading

  • writing

  • drawing

  • listening


B.

writing

Dysgraphia is a deficiency in the ability to write, primarily in terms of handwriting, but also in terms of coherence.


7.

A good school avoids which of the following?

  • Social responsibility

  • Gender equality

  • Gender bias

  • Gender sensitivity


C.

Gender bias

A good school avoids gender bias, as it can affect student's attitudes towards learning and their engagement with the subject.


8.

Theory of learning which only depends on 'observable behaviour' is associated with _________theory of learning.

  • cognitive

  • developmental

  • behavioural

  • constructive


C.

behavioural

Behaviorism is a learning theory that only focuses on objectively observable behaviors and discounts any independent activities of the mind. Behavior theorists define learning as nothing more than the acquisition of new behavior based on environmental conditions


9.

Concrete operation stage of Piaget's Cognitive Development Theory is not characterised by the following abilities

  • Reversibility of thoughts

  • Mental conflict

  • Conservation

  • Use of serial ordering and part-whole concepts


B.

Mental conflict

The concrete operational stage is characterized by the development of organized and rational thinking. Considered by Piaget's view, the beginning of logical thought shows the children are mature enough to use operations (rules) to solve problems in a logical fashion, but can only apply logic to physical objects, hence concrete operations. They are typically not yet able to think abstractly or hypothetically.


10.

A motivated child does not show which of the following characteristics?

  • Willingness to learn

  • Involvement in learning

  • Level of aspiration

  • Isolated from the group


D.

Isolated from the group

A motivated child can not be isolated from the group rather he/she will be very much responsive to the activities around him/her.