Q1. Which of the following strategies of teachinglearning is obstacle in developing creativity ?
(a) Help students to think in flexible ways
(b) Encourage students to take risk
(c) Overcontrol students during teaching-learning
(d) Guide students to be persistent and delay gratification
Q2. Which of the following statement is incorrect about the continuous and comprehensive evaluation ?
(a) It is school based evaluation
(b) It includes all aspects of students
(c) Diagnostic evaluation is not included in it
(d) Both formal and informal techniques are used for it
Q3. Which of the following is a significant fact about the development ?
(a) It does not follow a predictable pattern
(b) It is a product of the interaction of hereditary and environment
(c) All individuals have similar rates of development
(d) Development proceeds from specific to general
Q4. Which of the following is not a characteristic of disadvantaged child ?
(a) Suffers inadequacy of basic necessities of life
(b) Provide the basic and universal right
(c) Risk of future psycho-educational problems
(d) Denied the opportunity to grow normally at his/her own rate
Q5. A child who is high and low in a characteristic (such as anxiety or sociability) will remain so at later ages. This statement stresses on the importance of :
(c) Hereditary and environment
Q6. The domains of development such as physical, cognitive, social and emotional are developed in which one of the following process ?
(a) Distinctly (b) Partially
(c) Randomly (d) Integrated and holistically
Q7. Which of the following behavioural characteristic is not related to the motivated bahaviour of the individual ?
(a) Energized (b) Directed
(c) Separated (d) Sustained
Q8. According to Chomsky, an innate capacity to acquire language is the result of our uniquely human biological inheritance, is called :
(a) Language Adaptation Degree
(b) Language Acquisition Device
(c) Language Acceptance Desire
(d) Language Acquire Domain
Q9. According to Kohlberg which level of moral development of a child shows no internalization of moral values and the moral reasoning of the child is controlled by external rewards and punishment ?
(d) Universal ethical principle
Q10. The nature of emotion correctly depicts in which of the following statement ?
(a) Some emotions has behavioural aspect
(b) Emotions are permanent state of the organism
(c) Emotional expressions can not be mourned learning
(d) Every emotion is accompanied by a feeling
Q11. Which of the following statement is correct about the continuous and comprehensive evaluation of learner ?
(a) Summative assessment is called formal assessment
(b) Summative assessment is called information assessment
(c) Summative assessment is during the instructional procedure
(d) Summative assessment emphasis on diagnosing difficulties of students.
Q12. Out of the following which tool is not seems to be appropriate for formative assessment ?
(b) Criterion Referenced Test
(c) Group discussion
Q13. Which of the following question encourages a deep style of thinking ?
(a) What is the inverse of one half ?
(b) What is the lowest prime number ?
(c) How much mild would you use to make half to the tea ?
(d) What does it mean to say that addition is the opposite to subtraction ?
Q14. Characteristic of social constructivist approach of learning is :
(a) Emphasis on child’s cognition for learning
(b) Emphasis on processing of information for learning
(c) Emphasis on collaboration with others for learning
(d) Emphasis on experiences for learning
Q15. Which one of the following category of intelligence is not suggested by Howard Gardner in his multiple intelligence theory ?
(a) Mathematical skill (b) Musical skill
(c) Interpersonal skill (d) Practical skill
Q16. According to Vygotsky, a range of task too difficult for the child to do alone, but possible with the help of adults and more skilled peers, is called :
(a) Guided Participation
(c) Zone of proximal development
(d) Inter subjectivity
Q17. Which of the following statement is incorrect about thinking ?
(a) Thinking uses images and language
(b) Thinking is a form of information
(c) Thinking is the set of cognitive process
(d) Thinking and language are unrelated
Q18. Which of the following step is not included problem solving ?
(a) Accumulation of data
(b) Formulating hypothesis
(c) Verification and making generalization
(d) Responding to the stimulus
Q19. To meet the individual difference of learners which of the following step is not required ?
(a) Individual’s abilities assessed accurately
(b) Individualisation of instructions
(c) Indentification of socio-economic status
(d) Identification of special talents
Q20. The term ‘inclusion’ means educating a child with special need in the regular classroom for :
(a) Some time
(b) Most of the time
(c) Full time
(d) During social activities in the school
Q21. Who was propounder of multiple intelligence (Frames of Mind) theory ?
(a) Howard Gardner (b) Alfred Binet
(c) E.L. Thorndike (d) J.P. Guilford
Q22. Learning disability can be appropriately defined as :
(a) It is extrinsic and due to educational & cultural deprivation.
(b) It is intrinsic and due to central nervous system dysfunction.
(c) It is extrinsic and due to emotional disturbance
(d) It is intrinsic and due to mental retardation
Q23. The child is raised in isolation from human contact often show extreme, long-lasting language deficits that are rarely entirely overcome by later exposure to language. This evidence support to which aspect of language development ?
(a) Environment (b) Biological
(c) Interactionist (d) Pragmatic
Q24. The highest level of learning in the hierarchy proposed by Gangne is :
(a) Problem solving learning
(b) Principle learning
(c) Concept learning
(d) Skill learning
Q25. Which one of the following situation of learning is not based on child centered education ?
(a) Problem based
(c) Guided discovery
Q26. Which of the following is a supplementary law of learning propounded by Thorndike ?
(a) Law of readiness
(b) Law of multiple responding
(c) Law of exercise
(d) Law of Effect
Q27. Learning is :
(a) Everything we know is leaned
(b) A relatively permanent influence on behaviour, knowledge and skill
(c) Directly observable and measurable
(d) Limited to particular age level
Q28. Which of the following is a significant fact about the development?
(a) It does not follow a predictable pattern.
(b) It is a product of the interaction of hereditary and environment.
(c) All individuals have similar rates of development.
(d) Development proceeds from specific to general.
Q29. The child is raised in isolation from human contact often show extreme, long–lasting language deficits that are rarely entirely overcome by later exposure to language. This evidence support to which aspect of language development?
(a) Environmental (b) Biological
(c) Interactions (d) Pragmatic
Q30. Which of the following strategies of teaching– learning is obstacle in developing creativity?
(a) Help students to think in flexible ways.
(b) Encourage student to take risk.
(c) Over control students during teaching– learning.
(d) Guide students to be persistent and delay gratification.