CTET Most Important Child Pedagogy Questions





"Teaching Aptitude/ Child Pedagogy" is one of the common in any teaching examination. This section plays a very important part in any teaching examination. This part contains approx. 30-40 questions depend upon the examination pattern that we can easily score only if we practice it on regular basis. These questions are not only for CTET/NVS but also for KVSDSSSB, UPTET & STET also.So, we will provide you the questions which will help you in preparing for Exam.







Q1. Which one of the following is a critique of theory of multiple intelligences?
Multiple intelligences are only the ‘talents’ present in intelligence as a whole
Multiple intelligences provides students to discover their propensities
It overemphasises practical intelligence
It cannot be supported by empirical evidence at all
Solution:
Gardner first outlined his theory in his 1983 book ‘Frames of Mind’. The Theory of Multiple Intelligences, where he suggested that all people have different kinds of intelligences Gardner proposed that there are eight intelligences and has suggested the possible addition of a ninth known as existentialist intelligence. In order to capture the full range of abilities and talents the people possess, Gardner suggests that people do not have just a intellectual capacity, but have many different intelligences including musical, interpersonal, spatial-visual and linguistic intelligences. Gardner’s theory has come under criticism from both psychologists and educators. These critics argue that Gardner’s definition of intelligence is too broad, and that his eight different intelligences simply represent talents, personality traits and abilities.

Q2. Which one of he following pair is least likely to be a correct match?
Children enter in the world with certain knowledge about language – Chomsky
Language and thought are initially two different activities – Vygotsky
Language is contingent on thought – Piaget
Language is a stimuli in environment – B F Skinner

Q3. Features assigned due to social roles and not due to biological endowment are called
gender role attitudes
gender role strain
gender role stereotype
gender role diagnosticity

Q4. Which of the following will be most appropriate to maximise learning?
Teacher should identify her cognitive style as well as of her students’ cognitive style
Individual difference in students should be smoothened by pairing similar students
Teacher should focus on only one learning style to bring optimum result
Students of similar cultural background should be kept in the same class to avoid difference in opinion

Q5. All of the following promote assessment as learning except
telling students to take internal feedback
generating a safe environment for students to take chances
tell students to reflect on the topic taught
testing students as frequently as possible
Solution:
To testing students as frequently as possible does not promote assessment as learning.

Q6. When a cook tastes a food during cooking it may be akin to
assessment of learning
assessment for learning
assessment as learning
assessment and learning
Solution:
When a cook tastes a food during cooking it may be akin to assessment for learning.

Q7. Differentiated instruction is
using a variety of groupings to meet student needs
doing something different for every student in the class
disorderly or undisciplined student activity
using groups that never change

Q8. In a culturally and linguistically diverse classroom, before deciding whether a student comes under special education category, a teacher should
not involve parents as parents have their own work
evaluate student on her/his mother language to establish disability
use specialized psychologists
segregate the child to neutralize environmental factor
Solution:
In a culturally and linguistically diverse classroom, before deciding whether a student comes under special education category, a teacher should evaluate student on her/his mother language to establish disability.

Q9. Learning disabilities may occur due to all of the following except
teachers way of teaching
prenatal use of alcohol
mental retardation
meningitis during infancy
Solution:
Learning disabilities may not occur due to teachers’ way of teaching.

Q10. An inclusive school reflects on all the following questions except
do we believe that all students can learn
do we work in teams to plan and deliver learning enabling environment
do we properly segregate special children from normal to provide better care
do we adopt strategies catering for the diverse needs of students
Solution:
Inclusive education is about the full participation and achievement of all learners. In fully inclusive schools, children and young people with special education needs are engaged and achieving through being present, participating and learning.

               

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