Child Development and Pedagogy Questions Set

Q1. In most schools today the primary consideration for homogeneous grouping is based on
(a) grade levels (b) age levels
(c) ability (d) pupil prefer
Ans: (c)

Q2. According to Bloom’s taxonomy which option is incorrect for the preparation of objective based questions?
(a) Analysis (b) Evaluation
(c) Self actualization (d) Application
Ans: (c)

Q3. Rohit returned the pencil, he took from Ajay’s desk because he was afraid of the punishment, if he got caught. This illustrates Kohlberg’s
(a) Pre-conventional level
(b) Conventional level
(c) Post-conventional level
(d) Pre-operational level
Ans: (a)

Q4. Which of the following is an innovative source of teaching?
(a) Telescope (b) Internet
(c) Facebook (d) Black board
Ans: (b)

Q5. A student’s chronological age is 10 years and mental age is 12 years. His I.Q. will be
(a) 80 (b) 100
(c) 120 (d) 140
Ans: (c)

Q6. Maximum participation of students is possible in teaching through
(a) Lecture method (b) Textbook method
(c) Audio-visual aids (d) Discussion method
Ans: (d)

Q7. Naresh and Mukesh have same age group. They show quite difference in social and mental development. It is due to the following principle development
(a) Principle of modifiability
(b) Principle of definite & predictable
(c) Principles of individuality
(d) Principles of Uniform Pattern
Ans: (c)

Q8. Development occurs in human being
(a) upto the end of adolescence period
(b) upto the end of childhood
(c) upto the starting of adulthood
(d) throughout the life
Ans: (d)

Q9. In classroom teaching learning is perceived as
(a) Personal adjustment
(b) Social and political awareness
(c) Modification of behaviour
(d) Preparing oneself for employment
Ans: (c)

Q10. Which of the following is not a basic function of the school?
(a) School preserves and transmits our cultural heritage
(b) School acts as instruments for cultural change
(c) School develops the ‘whole child’ to his maximum potential
(d) School develop ill-feeling among students due to casteism
Ans: (d)

Q11. What is the sign of being gifted?
I. Novelty in expression II. Curiosity III. Talkativeness IV. Hyper activeness
(a) I and IV (b) I and II
(c) III and IV (d) II and III
Ans: (b)

Q12. For an inclusive classroom, what kind of preparation is not necessary for teachers?
(a) Intensive involvement of behavioural and social activist
(b) Early and continuous contact with children in disadvantaged areas
(c) More frequent exposure to diagnostic and remedial procedures
(d) Low patience level
Ans: (d)

Q13. For the students of 3rd class, which will be the best way for teaching?
(a) Lecture Method
(b) Creational Activities
(c) Group Discussion
(d) Laboratory Method
Ans: (b)

Q14. According to Kohlberg, the level in which the child’s morality is controlled by the fear of punishment, is called
(a) premoral level
(b) conventional morality level
(c) self-accepted moral principle level
(d) morality level
Ans: (a)

Q15. Thematic Apperception Test (TAT) of measuring personality is a
(a) Subjective technique
(b) Objective technique
(c) Projective
(d) Experimental technique
Ans: (c)

Q16. ‘The pre-operational period’ of Jean piaget cognitive development theory is related to the age group of
(a) 0-2 years (b) 2-7 years
(c) 4-11 years (d) 7-12 years
Ans: (b)

Q17. A child having some problems in seeing objects. According to NCF-2005 he should be admitted in
(a) Regular School (b) Special School
(c) Inclusive School (d) Integrated School
Ans: (c)

Q18. Which of the following principle of development is incorrect one?
(a) There are individual differences in development
(b) Development is the result of coincidence
(c) It is a continuous process
(d) It is predictable
Ans: (b)

Q19. According to Piaget’s Cognitive Development Theory, accommodation is referred to
(a) A find of matching between the already existing cognitive structures and the environmental needs as they arise
(b) Adjust to new ways of thinking and behaving by making modifications in one’s existing cognitive structures
(c) Equilibrium between previous knowledge and new knowledge
(d) Arrangement of perceptual and cognitive information’s in meaningful patterns
Ans: (b)

Q20. According to Kolesnik, what is the reorganisation of concept?
(a) Behaviour (b) Words
(c) Thinking (d) Problems
Ans: (c)

Q21. The academic performance of students can be improved if parents are encouraged
(a) Supervise the work of their wards
(b) Arrange for extra tuition
(c) Remain unconcerned about it
(d) Interact with teachers frequently
Ans: (a)

Q22. After preparing a test, if a teacher repeatedly administers it on the children of same age group in order to find out the consistency of test scores, he is looking for the tests
(a) validity
(b) reliability
(c) objectivity
(d) utility
Ans: (b)

Q23. Which is regarded as an unique age of socialization in school?
(a) Infancy
(b) Childhood
(c) Adulthood
(d) Adolescence
Ans: (b)

Q24. The determinates of individual differences in human
(a) interaction with their environment
(b) differences in their heredity
(c) differences in both heredity and environment
(d) interaction between heredity and environment
Ans: (d)

Q25. Which of the following is not a teacher related factor affecting teaching?
(a) Knowldege of subject
(b) Communicative Skills
(c) Empathy with students
(d) Availability of resources
Ans: (d)

Q26. A five years old child will have following type of thinking
(a) Reflective thinking
(b) Directed thinking
(c) Concrete thinking
(d) Logical thinking
Ans: (c)

Q27. The psychologist who advocates ‘life space’ in his learning theory is
(a) Thorndike
(b) Kohler
(c) Kurt Lewin
(d) Skinner
Ans: (c)

Q28. A child learns more if he is :
(a) taught through textbook
(b) taught through computer
(c) taught through lecture method
(d) taught through activity method
Ans: (d)

Q29. The teacher in the classroom makes effort :
(a) To provide experiences to students
(b) To provide supportive learning environment
(c) To provide opportunity to reflect
(d) All of the above
Ans: (d)

Q30. There are two main objectives of education :
(a) To instill subject knowledge in the children and to cause mental development of the children
(b) To provide subject knowledge and prepare for examination
(c) To provide subject knowledge and help in memorization
(d) To provide subject knowledge and develop vocational skill
Ans: (a)

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