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Sample Questions for the CHILD DEVELOPMENT AND PEDAGOGY
CHILD DEVELPOMENT AND PEDAGOGY
1. Raja, a student of your class, is very tense due to the acne on his face.
What will u do?
(1) Ignore him.
(2) Tell him that it is normal and is due to hormonal changes.
(3) Tell him to go to a doctor as it is a medical problem.
(4) Scold and tell him not to waste time on these issues.
2. A student wants to share his personal problems and asks for permission
to call on u at your residence. What should be your response?
(1) Avoid giving time.
(2) Give an appointment readily.
(3) Tell him that u do not encourage students to visit at the residence.
(4) Ignore the child.
3. If you come to know that a child of your class is facing problems
related to parents’ separation at home, what would you do?
(1) Do not talk to the child on this issue.
(2) Treat her/him sympathetically.
(3) Talk to the parents.
(4) Be indifferent to the child.
4. If you come to know that the father of a student has been tested HIV
positive, what will you do?
(1) Disclose the information to the class.
(2) Make the child sit separately.
(3) Ask the parents to withdraw the child.
(4) Let him continue with the studies like others.
5. Kavya a student of your class, is visually challenged and you have a function
coming up. What will you do?
(1) Give her the part of a narrator.
(2) Ask her to stay at home during the function.
(3) Discourage her from participating.
(4) Give her a less important duty.
6. Manjusha is very interested in sports and wants to pursue her career in sports.
What will you suggest to her?
(1) Girls have no future in sports.
(2) She should put in hard work to achieve her ambition.
(3) Ask her to be focused only in academics.
(4) Girls cannot excel in sports as they are not physically strong.
7. Twelve year old Radhika has begun to imitate the style of talking
of her teacher. This form of behavior is known as-
(1) compensation (2) transference
(3) sublimation (4) egocentrism
8. For conducting a social science class in an interesting way,
(1) give notes (2) give written homework
(3) use role-plays effectively (4) encourage extra reading
9. A 11-12 year old child generally faces more problems related to-
(1) eye hand coordination (2) anxiety about studies.
(3) need for peer approval (4) understanding mathematics.
10. Which of the following is most essential for learning?
(1) Good parent child relationship (2) High intelligence
(3) Good school (4) Desire to learn
11. Which of the following is not good for quality learning?
(1) Making notes (3) Extra reading
(3) Using guide books (4) Self Study
12. Which of the following may damage a low achieving
(1) Making children maintain record of the class test marks.
(2) Discussing the marks of individual students in the class.
(3) Discussing the correct answers in the class.
(4) Making children correct their own notebooks.
13. When most of the students in a class do not understand a concept clearly, the
(1) repeat the lesson once again.
(2) conduct hands on activities on that concept.
(3) Ask students to take help from parents.
(4) ignore and move to the next concept.
14. To correct the stammering problem of a class VIII student, a teacher should
(1) ignore the child.
(2) provide more opportunities for speaking.
(3) check the child whenever she/he stammers.
(4) seek professional help.
15. Which of the following statements about the role of a teacher is correct?
(1) Teacher should be a critic only.
(2) Teacher should favour good students.
(3) Teacher should have a friendly attitude towards students.
(4) Teacher should maintain a distance from students.
16. For ensuring and improving class discipline, the teacher should-
(1) arrange regular parent- teacher meetings.
(2) Call authorities to the class.
(3) be strict with students and punish them.
(4) evaluate the methods and approaches used in the class.
17. To address the diversity in academic achievement, an effective teaching method can be –
(1) dictating notes (2) cooperative teaching.
(3) lecturing (4)giving tests.
18. In which stage of cognitive development is a child, when she/he is able to work out
problems logically and can do multiple classification?
(1) Pre operational stage
(2) Formal operational stage
(3) Concrete operation stage
(4) Sensori-motor stage
19. Gaurav of class VII gave a letter to his classmate Seema saying that he loves her. What
should the teacher do?
(1) Ignore the issue
(2) Punish Gaurav
(3) Counsel Gaurav appropriately
(4) Let the Principal handle the issue
20. Children from the under privileged sections of the society can benefit more if they are
(1) provided with training for self employment
(2) exempted from homework and class tests.
(3) provided with richer learning environment in school.
(4) given simpler learning tasks.
21. Students in classes VII-VIII face problems mostly related to
(1) identity crisis.
(2) emotional sensitivity.
(3) low interest in academic.
22. The term comprehensive evaluation implies-
(1) evaluation conducted at several points of time.
(2) evaluation by a group of teachers.
(3) Several tests for long hours.
(4) evaluation of scholastic and Co-scholastic aspects of pupil growth.
23. Talking to children of classes VI to VIII about “Growing up” is –
(1) not required (2) essential.
(3) counterproductive (4) detrimental
24. Which of the following statements about teaching is true?
(1) Teaching is a prerequisite of learning.
(2) Teaching facilitates learning.
(3) Teaching restricts initiative of learners.
(4) Teaching is necessary for good learning.
25. Sandhya and Mamta of class VII are bright students but are extremely jealous of each
other. How will you, as a teacher, handle them?
(1) Not bother as they will outgrow it.
(2) Talk to them discreetly about healthy competition.
(3) Discuss this with the whole class.
(4) Convey your disapproval to them.
26. In a class, a student asks the teacher a question and the answer is not known to the teacher.
As a teacher you should-
(1) scold the child for asking such questions.
(2) ignore the child and continue teaching.
(3) tell the child that you will look for the answer.
(4) feel ashamed that you did not known the answer.
27. A student who had misbehaved with the teacher in class VI, comes to the same teacher in
class VIII. S/He avoids interacting with the teacher due to his/ her behavior. The teacher
(1) ignore the child.
(2) remind the child of her/his past behaviour.
(3) reassure her/him in a personal discussion.
(4) call the parents and report the incidence.
28. Raju, a student of your class, is being teased by his classmates for his dark complexion.
What do you need to do as a teacher?
(1) Ignore this issue
(2) Reprimand the class.
(3) Tell Raju not to pay attention.
(4) Talk to the class about individual differences.
29. Salim is very good in music but is not able to do well in Mathematics. As a teacher of
Mathematics, how will you handle Salim?
(1) Tell him that Music does not have a future.
(2) Tell him to leave Music and study Maths.
(3) Call his parents and talk to them.
(4) Tell him that he can do well and explain the concepts to him
30. While teaching if you realize that what you have taught is not correct, you should-
(1) leave the topic unfinished and shift to another.
(2) Tell the students that it was a mistake and correct it.
(3) divert the attention of the students.
(4) Scold students to finish the remaining tasks.