MCQ of Child Development & Pedagogy for TET-22

MCQ of Child Development & Pedagogy for TET

MCQ of Child Development & Pedagogy for TET

WBTET exam is knocking to your doors. It is time to labor hard to get success in it. All the aspirants are hereby informed that in this post we have shared MCQ of child development and pedagogy for your revision. You may also revise the questions of EVS which link is given below:-

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1) What is the meaning of Pedagogy?
1) To guide the child
2) To educate the child
3) To lead the child
4) To understand the child.

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2) Pedagogy is the study of
1) Education
2) Guiding students
3) Learning process
4) Teaching methods

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3) A young child responds to a new situation on the basis of the response made by him/her in a similar situation as in the past.” This is related to
1)Law of Analogy’ of learning
(2) ‘Law of Effect’ of learning
(3) ‘Law of Attitude’ of learning process
(4) ‘Law of Readiness’ of learning

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4) Teacher should present information to the student clearly and in interesting way, and relate this new information to the things students
1) Don’t know
2) Already know
3) Willing to know
4) Already know

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5) According to John Dewey Education is a ……………….. process.
1) social
2) Philosophical
3) Psychological
4) Environmental

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6) Dyslexia’ is associated with
(1) Mental disorder
(2) Mathematical disorder
(3) Reading disorder
(4) Behavioural disorder

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7) The field of study concerned with the construction of thought processes, including remembering, problem solving, and decision making is called?
1) Pedagogy
2) Education
3) Epistemology
4) cognitive development.

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8) Education of children with special needs should be provided
(1) along with other normal children
(2) by methods developed for special children in special Schools
(3) in special school
(4) by special teachers in special schools

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9) According to Jean Piaget, children develop abstract logic and reasoning skill during?
1) Sensorimotor stage
2) Preoperational stage
3) Formal Operational stage
4) Concrete Operational Stage

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10) Children are Egocentric during……………………….and ……………………….stages?
1) Sensorimotor, Preoperational
2) Formal Operational, Sensorimotor
3) Preoperational, concrete operational
4) Concrete operational, Formal Operational

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11) ____ is not considered a sign of ‘being gifted’.
(1) Creative ideas
(2) Fighting with others
(3) Novelty in expression
(4) Curiosity

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12) Who advocated removing children from their mother’s care and raising them as wards of the state?
1)Plato
2) Socrates
3) Aristotle
4) John Locke


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13) Children actively construct their understanding of the world” is a statement attributed to
(1) Piaget
(2) Pavlov
(3) Kohlberg
(4) Skinner

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14) The term ‘curriculum’ in the field of education refers to
1)  methods of teaching and the content to be taught
2) overall programme of the school which students experience on a day-to-day basis.√
3) evaluation process
4) text-material to be used in the class.


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15) According to John Locke, a child mind does not contain any?
1) Memory
2) Imagination
3) Observation
4) Innate Ideas.

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16) At lower classes, play-way method of teaching is based on.
I)theory of physical education programmes
(2) principles of methods of teaching
(3) psychological principles of development and growth
(4) sociological principles of teaching.

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17) Which of the following is related with teaching skill?
1) Blackboard writing
2) Asking questions
3) Solving questions
4) All of the above

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18) While teaching in the classroom any type of work that involves two or more students, is a form of__________________.
1) Collaborative learning
2) Collaborative project
3) Collaborative Work
4) Collaborative Effort

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19) Motivation, in the process of learning,
(1) sharpens the memory of learners
(2) differentiates new. learning from old learning
(3) makes learners think unidirectionally
(4) creates interest for learning among young learners


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20) According to the charter Act 1813, Education was the responsibility of __________?
1) Governor
2) East India Company
3) Madarus
4) Local Govt

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21) According to Piaget’s theory of cognitive development , the formal operation starts at age________.
1) 7yr
2) 5yr
3)11yr
4) 15yr

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22) To make assessment a ‘useful and interesting’ process, one should be careful about
(1) making comparisons between different students
(2) labelling students as intelligent or average learners
(3) using a variety of ways’ to collect information about the student’s learning across the scholastic and co-scholastic boundaries
(4) using technical language to give feedback


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23) The scoring guide use to evaluate the quality of
1) Rubrics
2) Inventories
3) checklist
4) Rating scales

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24) Which from the following should be used to increase correct responses and appropriate behavior.
1) Ignorance
2) Strictness
3) Rewards
4) Praise

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25) A teacher should make an attempt to understand the potentialities of herlhis students. Which of the following fields is related to this objective?
(1) Educational Sociology
(2) Social Philosophy
(3) Media – Psychology
(4) Educational Psychology

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26) Which of the following should be considered the most important quality of a teacher at primary level ?
(1) Eagerness to teach
(2) Patience and perseverance
(3) Competence in methods of teaching and knowledge of subjects
(4) Competence to teach in highly standardised language


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27) Which from the following should be used to decrease minor inappropriate behavior.
1) Praise
2) Reward
3) Ignorance
4) Strictness

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28) According to Emile the noblest work in education is to make a
1) Thinker
2) Entrepreneur
3) Good citizen
4) Reasoning Man

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29) The stage in which a child begins to think logically about objects and events is known as
(1) Sensori-motor stage
(2) Formal operational stage
(3) Pre-operational stage
(4) Concrete operational stage

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30)  Which of the following statements cannot be considered as a feature of the process of learning?
(1) Educational institutions are the only place where learning takes place
(2) Learning is a comprehensive process
(3) Learning is goal-oriented
(4) Unlearning is also a learning process


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31) Language development among the children gets influenced by—
1) Genetics only
2) Environment only
3) Genetics as well as environment
4) None of the above

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32) In order to facilitate the learning process, a teacher should use strategies which emphasis on—
1) The progression of concept from complex to simple.
2) The primacy convergent thinking
3) Exploring the relationships between different concepts.
4) Creating competitive culture among students.

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33) In a child concentrated classroom, a teacher gives importance to–
1) Frequent objective type examination.
2) Active knowledge construction process
3) Completion of syllabus in whatever way possible
4) Strict disciplinary practices based on punishment.

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34) Concrete operational stage in jean Piaget’s theory of cognitive development corresponds to the age group.
1) Birth 0-2 years
2) 2-7 years
3) 7-11 years
4) Above 11 years.

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35) Dyscalculia is directly associated with–
1) Loco motor Disability
2) Fluency in understanding other’s motive
3) Musical ability
4) Difficulty in learning of mathematical concepts.

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36) In an inclusive classroom, information should be presented in–
1) Textual form only
2) Virtual form only
3) Verbal form only
4) Multiple form only

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37) Which of the following is not correct about the learning process?
1) Learning is a continuous process
2) Error mistakes are irrelevant in the process of learning
3) Learning is based on personal and environmental factors
4) Learning takes place in a spiral manner and not a linear manner.

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38) Problem-solving skills can be enhanced by—
1) Fixating on conventional use of materials
2) Representing problems in standardised format
3) Considering alternative ways of solution

4) Rote memorisation
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39) Socio-constructivist view of learning emphasis on the importance of——–in process of learning.
1) Interaction
2) Rewards and punishments
3) heredity only
4) Inflexible pedagogical approaches.

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40) Socialisation is a–
1) Simple process of passing of customs and ritual of the society.
2) Complex process that takes places in overt as well as covert manner
3) Linear process that happens in an orderly manner
4) Formal process that is planned by the family.

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41) Howard gardner—
1) Proposed the theory of multiple intelligence
2) Proposed that cognitive ability is the singular trait in determining intelligence
3) Gave the concept of measuring intelligence as intelligence quotient
4) Gave elaborate description of 16 types of intelligences as per 4 factors.

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42) Which of the following factors influence learning?
1) Motivation
2) Social content
3) Emotions
4) All of the above

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43) In a child-centred education, learning takes place primarily–
1) Through direct instruction by the teachers
2) From text books
3) By passive listening of the learners
4) By exploration from diverse sources

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44) To ensure retention of the students from socio-economically disadvantaged groups, a teacher should–
1) Ensure that they take tuitions at home
2) Ensure that they are given a lot of recall-based worksheet
3) Ensure that they do not lose interest in attending school
4) Ensure that standard decontextualised curriculum is followed

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45) Dysgraphia is primarily associated with difficulty in–
1) Writing
2) Thinking
3) Reading
4) Walking

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46) A teacher should plan activities which yield —————among learners.
1) Anxiety
2) Boredom
3) Curiosity
4) Demotivation

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47) Knowledge about how to do particular task is called—
1) Assimilative knowledge
2) Conditional knowledge
3) Declarative knowledge
4) Procedural knowledge

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48) Which of the following statement about emotion and cognitive is correct?
1) Attention span remains unaltered by any kind of emotions
2) Emotions and logical thinking are independent of each other
3) Emotions of facilitate the encoding and retrieval of memories
4) Memory is not associated with positive or negative emotions
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49) In order to cater to the needs of students with high creativity, a teacher should avoid activities which promote.
1) Convergent thinking
2) Curiosity to learn
3) Originality of ideas
4 0 Problem solving skills

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50) While serving a problem a student is referring to the similar kind of problems and drawing indications to solve the current problems. This is an example of–
1) Analogical thinking
2) Functional Fixedness
3) Response set
4) Working backward strategy.

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