6-year-old girl shows exceptional sporting ability. Both of her parents are
sportspersons, send her for coaching everyday and train her on weekends. Her
capabilities are most likely to be the result of an interaction between:
of the following are secondary agents of socialization?
and immediate family members
to Lev Vygotsky, the primary cause of cognitive development is:
of mental schemas
4. In the
context of Kohlberg’s stages of moral reasoning, under which stage would the
given typical response of a child fall?
parents will be proud of you if you are honest. So you should be honest.”
girl-good boy orientation
D. Law and
to Jean Piaget, which of the following is necessary for learning?
exploration of the environment by the learner
the behaviour of adults
in immanent justice
by teachers and parents
to Jean Piaget, schema building occurs as a result of modifying new information
to fit existing schemes and by modifying old schemes as per new information.
These two processes are known as:
7. In a
progressive classroom setup, the teacher facilitates learning by- providing an
Gardner’s theory of Multiple Intelligence (MI) suggests that:
child should be taught every subject in eight different ways in order to
develop all of the intelligences
is solely determined by IQ tests
should use MI as a framework for devising alternative ways to teach the subject
D. ability is destiny and does not change over a period
5-year-old girl talks to herself while trying to fold a T-shirt. Which of the
following statements is correct in the context of the behaviour displayed by
Piaget and Lev Vygotsky would explain this as egocentric nature of the child’s
Piaget would explain this as egocentric speech, while Lev Vygotsky would
explain this as the child’s attempt to regulate her actions through private
Piaget would explain this as social interaction, while Lev Vygotsky would
explain this as an exploration.
Piaget and Lev Vygotsky would explain this as the child’s attempt to imitate
‘Gender’ is a/an:
Which one of the following is best suited
for emotional development of children?
involvement of the teachers as it is the task of the parents
one of the following is not a suitable formative assessment task?
13. To be
an effective teacher it is important to
dictating answers from the book.
on individual learning rather than group activity.
disruption caused due to questioning by students.
in touch with each and every child.
need to create a good classroom environment to facilitate children's learning.
To create such a learning environment, which one of the given statements is not
of the child's efforts
of the child
tone of the teacher
below are some statements about boys and girls. According to you, which one of
these is true?
should help in activities outside the home.
should help in household chores.
boys should be taught Science and girls, Home Science.
should help in household chores.
child's notebook shows errors in writing like reverse images, mirror imaging,
etc. Such a child is showing signs of
in order to help learners construct knowledge, need to focus on
A. making sure the learner memorises
marks obtained by the learner.
the learner for active participation.
learning of concepts by the learner.
from teacher's point of view is a combination of
Ability - High Creativity - High Commitment
Motivation - High Commitment - High Talent
Ability - High Talent - High Commitment
Talent - High Creativity - High Memory
to NCF 2005, errors are important because they
A. are an
important tool in classifying students into groups of 'passed' and 'failed'.
a way to the teachers to scold the children.
C. provide an insight into the child's
thinking and help to identify solutions.
space for removing some children from the class.
thinking is related to