CHILD DEVELOPMENT AND PEDAGOGY QUIZ

1. A child cannot distinguish between ‘saw’ and ‘was’,’nuclear’ and ‘unclear’.He/She is suffering from
(1) dysmorphemia
(2) dyslexia
(3) word jumbling disorder
(4) dyslexemia

2. Gifted students are
(1) independent in their judgements
(2) independent of teachers
(3) introvert in nature
(4) non-assertive of their needs

3. 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

4. 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

5. Kritika who does not talk much at home, talks a lot at school. It shows that
(1) the school provides opportunities to children to talk a lot
(2) teachers demand that children should talk a lot at school
(3) she does not like her home at all
(4) her thoughts get acknowledged at school

6: A child starts to cry when his grandmother takes him from his mother’s lap. The child cries due to
(1) Social anxiety
(2) Emotional anxiety
(3) Stranger anxiety
(4) Separation anxiety

7: Human development is divided into domains such as
(1) physical, cognitive, emotional and social
(2) emotional, cognitive, spiritual and social-psychological
(3) psychological, cognitive, emotional and physical
(4) physical, spiritual, cognitive and social

8: The Stage in which the “Self Initiative Skill” of a child develops when it is let free
(1) 2-3 years
(2) First year
(3) 6th year onwards
(4) 4-6 years

9: Long term memory is through
(1) Learning by Reading
(2) Learning by Listening
(3) Learning by multi sensory organs
(4) Learning by visualizing

10: Adolescents may experience
(1) feeling of self-actualization
(2) feeling of satiation about life
(3) anxiety and concern about themselves
(4) feeling of fear about sins committed in childhood

11:  An empowering school will promote which of the following qualities the most in its teachers?
(1) tendency to experiment
(2) memory
(3) disciplined nature
(4) competitive aptitude

12: In order to install a positive environment in a primary class a teacher should
(1) wish each child in the morning
(2) narrate stories with positive endings
(3) allow them to make groups on their own on the basis of sociometry during group activities.
(4) not discriminate and set the same goal for every child.

13. Child development is defined as a field of study that
(1) Examines change in human abilities.
(2) Seeks to explain behaviour across the life span.
(3) Compares children to adults to senior citizens.
(4) Accounts for the gradual evolution of the child’s cognitive, social, and other capacities.

14. A teacher can make problem-solving fun for students by doing all the following except
(1) providing open ended material
(2) giving time for free play
(3) providing endless opportunities for creative thinking
(4) expecting perfection from the students while they are trying to do things by themselves.

15: It is said that a teacher in the classroom is a
(1) Speaker
(2) Leader
(3) Friend
(4) Thinker

16. The new millennium teacher is addressed as
(1) Guide
(2) Learning facilitator
(3) Friend
(4) Philosopher

17. I praise the teacher who
(1) has pleasing personality.
(2) is friendly with students.
(3) has strict control over the students.
(4) knows the problems of students and helps them.

18. A school gives preference to girls while preparing students for a State level solo-song competition. This reflects
(1) Global trends
(2) Pragmatic approach
(3) Progressive thinking
(4) Gender bias

19.  When a child gets bored while doing a task, it is a sign that
(1) the task may have become mechanically repetitive.
(2) the child is not intelligent.
(3) the child is not capable of learning.
(4) the child needs to be disciplined.

20. Individual attention is important in the teaching – learning process because
(1) learners always learn better in groups.
(2) teacher training programmes prescribe it.
(3) it offers better opportunities to teachers to discipline each learner.
(4) children develop at different rates and learn ‘differently.

ANSWERS:
1: 2
2: 1
3: 2
4: 1
5: 4
6: 4
7: 3
8: 1
9: 3
10: 1
11: 4
12: 4
13: 4
14: 4
15: 2
16: 2
17: 4
18: 4
19: 1
20: 4

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