1.Cognitive apprenticeships and instructional conversations-
A.Highlight the need of practical training to achieve efficiency.
B.Conceive learning as a social activity
C.Are based on application of inductive reasoning
D.Emphasize on systematic organization of textual material
2.Which of the following should be a right way for a teacher who intends to correct errors of his/her students?
A.He/she should not correct errors if it irritates children
B.He/she must correct every error of his/her students even if it requires late sitting in the school
C.He/she should correct less frequent error more often than high frequent and generally errors
D.He/she should correct error that interfere with the general meaning and understand ability
3.The following skills are involved in emotional intelligence, except-
A.Amicable relation with class fellows
B.Awareness of emotions
C.Management of emotions
D.Criticism of emotions
4.The Govt of India has started Midday Meal Scheme for the elementary schools. Which of the following theories of motivation supports this Scheme?
5.Attaching importance to the home setting of students for understanding children’s behavior and using this information for building effective pedagogy is related to which of the following theories of learning?
6.Which of the following may be the best way to deal with an inattentive child in the classroom?
A.Provide the child frequent breaks to refresh her/his attention
B.Nag the child as frequently in front of the class to make her/him realize
C.Make the child sit in the most distraction reduced area
D.Allow the child to stand while working so as to enable the child to focus attention
7.A teacher found that a student is facing difficulty in drawing a square. He/she assume that this student would also find it difficult to draw a diamond. He/she applies which of the following principles to arrive at his/her assumption?
A.Development is different for different people
B.Development tends to follow an orderly sequence
C.Development is saltatory
D.Development is gradual
8.Which one of the following statements is true regarding the role of heredity and environment in human development?
A.The policy of compensatory discrimination of the Government of India is based on the role of ‘nature’ in human development
B.The role of environment is almost fixed, whereas the impact of heredity can be altered.
C.The theories based on the ‘behaviorist’ are largely based on the role of ‘nature’ in human development
D.The relative effects of heredity and environment vary in different areas of development
9.Which of the following implications cannot be derived from Piaget’s theory of cognitive development?
A.Need of verbal teaching
B.Sensitivity to children’s readiness to learn
C.Acceptance of individual differences
10.Which of the following is a characteristics of Kohlberg’s stages of moral development
A.Stages proceed in a non-hierarchical manner
B.Variable sequences of stages
C.Stages are isolated responses and not general pattern
D.Universal sequences of stages across all cultures