CTET Dec 2018 Paper 1 Child Development and Pedagogy Questions Paper Part 1

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1. Children acquire gender roles through all of the following, except-

A. socialization

B. culture

C. tutoring

D. media

3. The theory of multiple intelligence says that-

A. intelligence can be of several kinds

B. paper-pencil tests are not helpful

C. intelligence can be multiplied with effective pedagogy

D. intelligence can be rapidly accelerated

4. Teacher can utilize both assessment for learning and assessment of learning to –

A. know learning needs of child and select teaching strategy accordingly

B. assess child՚s performance at periodic intervals and certify his/her performance

C. monitor children՚s progress and set appropriate goals to fill their learning gaps

D. know children՚s progress and achievement level

5. Which one of the following is not related to Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation?

A. It is an integral part of teaching learning process.

B. It focuses on child՚s achievement in different learning areas.

C. It is useful to label children as slow, poor or intelligent.

D. It has been mandated by the Right to Education Act of India.

6. Giftedness in children can be attributed to-

A. a resource-rich environment

B. successful parents

C. a disciplined routine

D. an interplay between heredity and environment

7. Children coming from socio-economically disadvantaged back grounds need a classroom environment which-

A. values and uses their cultural and linguistic knowledge

B. discourages the use of their language so that they learn the mainstream language

C. categorizes children based on their abilities

D. teaches them good behavior

8. The intervention needed for creative and talented children in the classroom rests on-

A. giving extra time to them

B. being affectionate towards them

C. giving them the responsibility of teaching other children

D. use of customized and stimulating instructional methods by the teacher

9. Which one of the following ways is not a suitable way to help hyperactive children learn?

A. Offering alternative ways of learning

B. Including physical activity in their daily schedule

C. Reprimanding them often for being restless

D. Breaking up a task into small manageable segments

10. Patterns of divergent thinking identify children, who are-

A. dyslexic

B. creative

C. resilient

D. disabled

12. Which one of the following is an emotion?

A. Fear

B. Attention

C. Cognition

D. Memory

13. A three-year-old child explains that milk is produced by a machine at the milk booth. Which one of the following offers the best explanation of the child՚s understanding?

A. The child՚s answer is based on his/her experience of buying milk from the milk booth

B. The child has never seen cows.

C. The child՚s family does not offer a stimulating environment to the child.

D. The child has very limited exposure of the world.

14. Which one of the following best describes a teacher՚s role?

A. A teacher should adhere to the prescribed textbook

B. Completing the syllabus on time leaving enough time for revision is important

C. Creating a relaxed space where children learn through dialogue and inquiry

D. Teacher՚s most important role in the classroom is to maintain discipline

15. Which one of the following classrooms encourages rich learning?

A. A classroom with open activity corners and a variety of children՚s literature in open shelves accessible any time of the day

B. A classroom with neatly organized material in cupboards brought out once a week for free play

C. A classroom with structured and planned learning driven by textbook content

D. A classroom with a variety of material displayed in the class beyond the reach of children so that the material lasts longer

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