Child Development and Pedagogy Questions Set

Q1. How will you eradicate stealing habit of the students?
(a) Giving rewards (b) Through example
(c) Scolding (d) Punishment
Ans: (b)

Q2. In the identification of the gifted children we must give priority to
(a) The Parents opinion
(b) The result of objective tests
(c) The teacher’s opinion
(d) The community’s view point
Ans: (b)

Q3. Which is the indirect method of Tension reduction?
(a) Analysis and Decision
(b) Removing the Barrier
(c) Substitution of other goals
(d) Sublimation
Ans: (d)

Q4. Right of Children of Free and compulsory Education Act, 2009 was applied in country
(a) 1st April, 2009 (b) 1st April, 2010
(c) 1st November, 2009 (d) 1st November, 2010
Ans: (b)

Q5. In NCF 2005 the objective of including Art Education in school is
(a) To appreciate cultural heritage.
(b) To develop students, Personality and mental health
(c) Only (A) is correct.
(d) Both (A) and (B) correct.
Ans: (d)

Q6. When a test measures an individual’s ability consistently accurately, then that test is known as
(a) Validity (b) Reliability
(c) Objectivity (d) None of the above
Ans: (b)

Q7. In ______the role of measurement is to provide an overview or achievement across a number of skills.
(a) Formative evaluation
(b) Summative evaluation
(c) Diagnostic evaluation
(d) None of the above
Ans: (b)

Q8. Research concerned with social problems carried on by the school personnel to improve school practices is
(a) Fundamental Research
(b) Action Research
(c) Social Research
(d) None of the above
Ans: (b)

Q9. Achievement tests can be given in
(a) two ways (b) four ways
(c) six ways (d) three ways
Ans: (a)

Q10. By motor development we mean the development in the use of arms and legs.
(a) Mind and spirit
(b) Learning and Education
(c) Training and Learning
(d) Strength and Speed
Ans: (d)

Q11. “The twentieth century has come to be designated as the century of the child.” This definition is given by
(a) murray (b) Adler
(c) Crow and Crow (d) J. B. Watson
Ans: (c)

Q12. This stage is also called a period of Pseudo Maturity.
(a) Infancy (b) Childhood
(c) Adolescence (d) maturity
Ans: (b)

Q13. The origin of Human life can be traced to
(a) Two cells (b) A single sell
(c) Many cells (d) No cell at all
Ans: (b)

Q14. Characteristic is not of infancy.
(a) Rapidity in Physical development
(b) Dependency on others
(c) Full of morality
(d) Rapidity in mental activities
Ans: (c)

Q15. What is thinking?
(a) Use of Symobls (b) Use of Language
(c) Perceptual Process (d) Concept Learning
Ans: (a)

Q16. For which category of subjects are the detour problems used?
(a) Children (b) Adults
(c) Birds (d) Animals
Ans: (b)

Q17. The name of the theory advocating sudden solution to the problem is
(a) Operant learning (b) Theory of insight
(c) Trial and Error theory(d) Conditioning
Ans: (b)

Q18. “Sensation is a gateway of knowledge.” This statement is
(a) Mental Development
(b) Physical Development
(c) Attention Development
(d) Language Development
Ans: (a)

Q19. Which of the following is the correct levels of learning?
(a) Facts, Knowledge-how, information, comprehension, Wisdom.
(b) Facts, Information, Comprehension, Knowledge-how, Wisdom,
(c) Facts, Information, Knowledge-how, Comprehension, Wesdom.
(d) Facts, Comprehension, Information, knowledge-how, Wisdom.
Ans: (c)

Q20. Change in behaviour due to maturation etc. is also called learning.
(a) No (b) Yes
(c) Undecided (d) Sometimes
Ans: (a)

Q21. What is the number of personality traits analysed by cattell?
(a) 13 (b) 15
(c) 16 (d) 14
Ans: (c)

Q22. Murray created the history by constructing a test, what is that?
(a) Ink Bolt Test
(b) Sentence Completion Test
(c) Thematic Apperception Test
(d) Rating Scale
Ans: (c)

Q23. The Practical Intelligence is called
(a) Concrete intelligence
(b) Abstract intelligence
(c) Cognitive ability
(d) Social intelligence
Ans: (a)

Q24. The Number of factors of intelligence according to tridimensional theory is
(a) 90 (b) 110
(c) 135 (d) 120
Ans: (d)

Q25. The object in the environment which an organism tries to attain is called
(a) Reinforcement (b) Motive
(c) Stimulus (d) Incentive
Ans: (b)

Q26. In Individual difference we find
(a) Variability (b) Normality
(c) Both (A) and (B) (d) None of the above
Ans: (c)

Q27. Meredith’s study has shown that children of those families are in general______which are at a higher social level.
(a) less healthy and developed
(b) more healthy and developed
(c) more healthy but less developed
(d) not healthy but developed
Ans: (b)

Q28. Nine year old student’s moral reasoning is based on
(a) The physical consequences of an action determine goodness or badness
(b) An action is judged to be right if it is instrumental in satisfying one’s needs
(c) Obeying rules should bring some sort of benefit or return
(d) The right action is one that would be carried but by someone whose behaviour is likely to impress others
Ans: (a)

Q29. Which of the following examples is not the result of motivation?
(a) Krishna has increased her time of dancing from one to two hours
(b) John Stuart Mill started studying philosophy from the age of 12
(c) Jagan has started to show interest in the ‘process of breathing’
(d) Ram has progressed speedily in correlating the trends of modern and ancient history
Ans: (b)

Q30. Which of the following will work as an effective praise by the teacher?
(a) Focuses student’s attention on their own task relevant behaviour
(b) Uses the accomplishment of peers as the context for describing students present accomplishment
(c) Provides information to students about their competence or the value of their accomplishment
(d) Uses positive behavioural support when students seem unable to control their behaviour
Ans: (c)

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