Subject

Child Development and Pedagogy

Class

TET Class 12

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 Multiple Choice QuestionsMultiple Choice Questions

1.

The relation which Skinner has with rats and Thorndike has with cats, same relation Kohler has with

  • dogs

  • hens

  • monkeys

  • chimpanzees


D.

chimpanzees

Kohler has proposed the theory of insight learning, his theory was based on the experiments which he conducted on apes.


2.

Which of the following is not a characteristic of inclusive education?

  • It enhances learning only for students with special needs

  • It is the shift in service from the care of disabled children to their education and personal development

  • Inclusive education is a continuous process, not an achieved state or product

  • It seeks to maximise the potential of all students


A.

It enhances learning only for students with special needs

Inclusive educations mean that all students attend and are welcomed by schools in age-appropriate, regular classes and are supported to learn, contribute and participate in all aspects of the life of the school.


3.

Which of the following is not democratic strategy in classroom teaching?

  • Lecture

  • Project

  • Heuristic

  • Brainstorming


A.

Lecture

The lecture is used as a method considering the fact that one has to deliver which is not known by the learners, hence it is not a democratic strategy.


4.

Who had proposed the 'Goal gradient' concept in problem-solving?

  • Hull

  • Kendler

  • Kohler

  • Brich


A.

Hull

Hull developed goal gradient hypothesis, which postulates that motivation to accomplish a goal increases monotonically from the goal initiation state to the goal ending state.


5.

What is the most important for the training of right behaviour in students?

  • Praise

  • Punishment

  • Reward

  • Presentation of right behaviour


D.

Presentation of right behaviour

Psychological science has much to contribute to enhancing teaching and learning in the classroom. It can provide solutions for schools and teachers to promote a positive atmosphere like the presentation of right behaviour in front of the students that will help in training right behaviour to them.


6.

The writer of the book, 'The Behaviour of Organisms' is

  • Skinner

  • Hull

  • Pavlov

  • Thorndike


A.

Skinner


7.

Who is not associated with the idea of micro-teaching from the following?

 

  • Bush

  • David Hume

  • DW Allen

  • Achison


B.

David Hume


8.

Where is Bureau of Psychology, Uttar Pradesh situated?

  • Lucknow

  • Allahabad

  • Agra

  • Varanasi


B.

Allahabad


9.

Which of the following is not the level of teaching-learning?

  • Understanding level

  • Reflective level

  • Memory level

  • Distance level


D.

Distance level

Teachers teach students at three levels,These three levels are as follows
1. Memory level: Thoughtless teaching.
2. Understanding level: Thoughtful teaching.
3. Reflective level: Upper thoughtful level.


10.

Learning plateau is

  • arrested growth in learning

  • cessation of learning

  • defect in learning

  • obstruction in learning


A.

arrested growth in learning

Learning plateau shows arrested growth in learning. In this, a person enters into a period where there is no improvement or a decrease in performance.