Child Development and Pedagogy Questions Set

Q1. “Emotion is the exciting state of a person” is a concept of
(a) Piaget (b) Woodworth
(c) Valentine (d) Ross
Ans: (b)

Q2. The meaning of evaluation in the academic development is
(a) The assessment of the progress of students.
(b) The assessment of class records.
(c) The assessment of task-performance.
(d) The assessment of knowledge power.
Ans: (a)

Q3. Prejudiced adolescent would be rigid in his/her approach to a
(a) Problem (b) Life style
(c) Concept (d) Reality
Ans: (a)

Q4. Four stages of cognitive development sensory motor, pre-operational, concrete operational and formal operational is identified by
(a) Hilgard (b) Sttot
(c) Hurlock (d) Piaget
Ans: (d)

Q5. Which characteristics are not of good mental health?
(a) Regular life, emotional maturity
(b) Self confidence, tolerance
(c) Too humble, confined to oneself
(d) Acceptance of reality, self evaluation ability
Ans: (c)

Q6. Which of the following does not influence learning ability?
(a) Heredity (b) Environment
(c) Training teaching (d) Nationality
Ans: (d)

Q7. Which learning psychologist has not given importance to Reward in the development of child’s learning?
(a) Thorndike (b) Pavlov
(c) Skinner (d) Guthrie
Ans: (d)

Q8. Which of the following does not help in a child’s learning?
(a) Imitation (b) Motivation
(c) School bag (d) Reward
Ans: (c)

Q9. Self-centric stage takes place among children during
(a) Birth to 2 years of age
(b) 3 to 6 years of age
(c) 7 to adolescence stage
(d) Adolescence stage
Ans: (b)

Q10. Taking interest to be amongst playmates by going out of parents company is associated with
(a) Adolescence (b) Pre-childhood
(c) Later childhood (d) Infancy
Ans: (c)

Q11. First basic principle of learning is associated with
(a) Practice of work (b) Expectation of result
(c) Appreciation (d) Readiness
Ans: (d)

Q12. Making efforts to reach the height of mental maturity is the indication of
(a) Adolescence (b) Adulthood
(c) Early childhood (d) Later childhood
Ans: (a)

Q13. The factors influencing learning process are ______.
(a) Mutation (b) Praise and criticism
(c) Competition (d) All above
Ans: (d)

Q14. How is motivation useful in the learning of the child?
(a) Respecting individuality of the child
(b) Reward and punishment
(c) Praise and criticism
(d) All above
Ans: (d)

Q15. Which technique do you not apply to motivate students for learning in the class-room?
(a) To establish healthy competition among the students.
(b) To make them feel self-assertion.
(c) To praise them too much.
(d) To apply activity based teaching-learning methods.
Ans: (c)

Q16. What type of correlation has been found between Intelligence and Creativity?
(a) Positive (b) Negative
(c) Zero (d) All above
Ans: (a)

Q17. What is the most effective method to maintain discipline in the class?
(a) To expel indisciplined students from the class.
(b) To make teaching interesting and practical.
(c) To intimate guardians of students.
(d) To provide special facilities to indisciplined students.
Ans: (b)

Q18. Infant child’s actions are ______.
(a) Instinctive (b) Protected
(c) Cognitive (d) Emotional
Ans: (a)

Q19. In which particular area teachers of such schools where inclusive education is imparted should specially be trained?
(a) Identification of children with special needs and teaching.
(b) Teaching through lecture method.
(c) Action oriented teaching.
(d) None of the above
Ans: (a)

Q20. Which of the following groups of children have adjustment problems?
(a) Children of average intelligence
(b) Rural children
(c) Studious children
(d) Genius children
Ans: (d)

Q21. If the teacher feels that one of his students who had been learning the subject matter nicely is showing stagnation. The teacher should
(a) Take it as a natural stage of the learning process.
(b) Teach the subject with clarity
(c) Motivate the student
(d) Do remedial teaching
Ans: (a)

Q22. If a teacher wants to change the disposition of a student of the class, he will have to ______.
(a) Deal with the student strictly.
(b) Ask other students of the class to maintain non-noticeable distance from him.
(c) Change the disposition of all the members of his group.
(d) Motivate the student towards studies.
Ans: (c)

Q23. Development has the same relation with maturity as stimulus has with _______.
(a) Change (b) Response
(c) Effort (d) Result
Ans: (b)

Q24. Piaget is mainly known for his contribution in the field of ______.
(a) Language development
(b) Cognitive development
(c) Moral development
(d) Social development
Ans: (b)

Q25. “Whenever two or more individuals come together and influence one another, they may be said to constitute a social group.” This statement is
(a) Partially true (b) True
(c) Hardly true (d) False
Ans: (b)

Q26. Which of the following should be taken care of well in the process of teaching?
(a) Active participation of students
(b) Discipline and regular attendance
(c) Sincerity in checking homework
(d) Difficulty level of the subject matter
Ans: (a)

Q27. From the following persons who is helping the child/children in his/their intrinsic motivation?
(a) Father Robert gives chocolates to students of his class who behave properly.
(b) Nand Kumar gives story books to his son on getting promotion to the next class.
(c) Girijesh Kumar floats a party on the birthday of his son.
(d) Rakesh Kumar praises his son for securing highest marks in science subjects.
Ans: (d)

Q28. ________ has special importance in the social development of the child.
(a) Play (b) Child literature
(c) Daily routine (d) Media
Ans: (a)

Q29. Bhattia Battery is used to test which of the following?
(a) Personality (b) Intelligence
(c) Creativity (d) Attitude
Ans: (b)

Q30. Kohlberg’s Theory of Development is associated with
(a) Language Development
(b) Cognitive Development
(c) Moral Development
(d) Social Development
Ans: (c)

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