UPTET 2021 Child Development Practice Set 8: Read these important 30 questions before UPTET exam

UPTET Child Development Practice Set : Uttar Pradesh Training Examination Regulator is going to conduct the UPTET exam on 28th November, candidates are busy preparing to be successful in this exam. Through this article, we will make you aware of 30 important questions related to the subject of child development, which are very important for you in terms of UPTET exam this year.

UPTET Child Development Practice Set

UPTET 2021 Child Development & Pedagogy Practice Set 8 (30 Questions)

Question . The following aspects of the extra-intelligence of _______ are addressed by Stenberg’s trinity theory.

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  • contextual
  • Organic
  • Social
  • Experiential

Answer : 3

Question. in the following Which of the following gives more freedom to the learner?

  • structuralism
  • functionalism
  • pragmatism
  • creativityism

Answer : 4

Question. Science and art exhibitions, music and dance performances and school magazine publications are for _______.

  • To provide a creative path to the learners
  • to train students for different professions
  • to brighten the name of the school
  • to satisfy parents

Answer 1

Question. Giving meaning to sensation on the basis of past experience is called

  • Sympathy
  • motivation
  • first hand knowledge
  • Imagination

Answer: 2

Question. Guilford has used the term ‘divergent thinking’ in the same sense as?

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  • Intelligence
  • creativity
  • intelligence and creativity
  • none of these

Answer: 2

Question. Which of the following is not a characteristic of creativity?

  • originality
  • immutability
  • productivity
  • search for new knowledge

Answer: 2

Question. Howard Gardner’s theory of intelligence lays emphasis on ________.

  • contracted skills in learners
  • Common sense
  • Similar qualifications required in school
  • unique abilities of each person

Answer : 4

Question. Which of the following situations will help in increasing creativity?

  • Have limited opportunities to learn.
  • The children are asked to remember the answer.
  • The solution to the problem should be given.
  • When children are given maximum opportunities to learn by doing.

Answer : 4

Question. a state of creative thinking in which a person tries to solve problems at the conscious and unconscious levels

  • insight
  • incubation
  • illumination
  • verification

Answer: 2

Question. “Creativity is the mental process of expressing original results.” this statement

  • cole and bruce’s
  • drivewheel
  • Deehan’s
  • crow and crow’s

Answer : 4

Question. is a creative learner

  • convergent thinker
  • divergent thinker
  • very hardworking
  • extrovert

Answer: 2

Question. Which of the following is not related to creativity?

  • originality
  • the flow
  • frugality
  • Utility

Answer : 3

Question. Curiosity test is a component of which of the following?

  • creativity
  • interest
  • motivation
  • Intelligence

Answer 1

Question. Which of the following method is most effective in promoting the conceptual development of the students?

  • New suffixes should be understood on their own without any reference to old suffixes.
  • converting students’ wrong ideas into correct ones by asking them to remember
  • giving students many examples and encouraging them to use reasoning
  • Using punishment until the desired conceptual change occurs in the students

Answer : 3

Question 15. What is creativity?

  • A type of intelligence that relates to skills that depend on accumulated knowledge and experience.
  • A variant of intelligence that relies heavily on information-processing skills, including processing speed.
  • Ability to identify or formulate original and divergent solutions to problems.
  • Creativity is best defined by an IQ above 200.

Answer : 3

Question. Gardner preferred seven qualifications, which of the following is not?

  • Location suitability
  • emotional aptitude
  • Interpersonal adaptability
  • in linguistic aptitude

Answer: 2

Question. Which of the following nurtures creativity in learners?

  • Teaching students the practical values ​​of good education
  • Nurturing the innate talents of every learner
  • Emphasizing achievement goals from the start of school life
  • Coaching students for good marks in exams

Answer: 2

Question. That which includes the mental processes involved in intelligence theory (such as the para component) and the legal forms that intelligence can take (such as creative intelligence) is

  • Spearman’s G factor
  • stenberg’s triad of intelligence
  • savant theory of intelligence
  • Thurston’s Elementary Mental Abilities

Answer: 2

Question. Creative mainly……. , is related to

  • modeling
  • convergent thinking
  • simulation
  • divergent thinking

Answer : 4

Question. Who was the exponent of the liquid crystalline model of intelligence?

  • cattail
  • Vernon
  • thorndike
  • skinner

Answer 1

Question. Which of the following is not a principle of intelligence?

  • one element theory
  • two element theory
  • The principle of return
  • pluralism

Answer : 3

Question. It is not necessary that children with high IQ will also be high in …….

  • creativity
  • Study
  • to analyze
  • get good marks

Answer 1

Question. What kind of correlation has been found between intelligence and creativity?

  • positive
  • Zero
  • negative
  • all these

Answer 1

Question. Science and art exhibitions, music and dance performances and school magazine publications…. are for.

  • To provide a creative path to the learners
  • to train students for different professions
  • to brighten the name of the school
  • to satisfy parents

Answer 1

Question. Which of the following statements about intelligence is most appropriate?

  • Intelligence can only be reliably determined by conducting standardized IQ tests.
  • Intelligence is fundamentally a neurological function. For example- speed of processing, sensory-differentiation etc.
  • Intelligence is the ability to perform well in school.
  • Wisdom is multi-dimensional and consists of many aspects.

Answer : 4

Question. Which of the following nurtures creativity in learners?

  • Providing opportunities to nurture the endogenous talents of every learner
  • Emphasis on achievement goals from the start of school life
  • Coaching students for good marks in exams
  • Teaching students the practical values ​​of good education

Answer 1

Question. The development of concepts is mainly part of.

  • physical development
  • social development
  • Emotional development
  • intellectual development

Answer : 4

Question. According to the principle of multiple intelligence, the ability to recognize and classify all types of animals, minerals and plants is called….

  • logical-mathematical intelligence
  • natural intelligence
  • Linguistic intelligence
  • Spatial intelligence

Answer: 2

Question. The mental processes involved in intelligence theory (e.g. the para component) and the various forms that intelligence can bring about (e.g., creative intelligence) are

  • Sternberg’s Trinitarian Theory of Intelligence
  • savant theory of intelligence
  • Thurston’s Elementary Mental Abilities
  • Spearman’s ‘G’ factor

Answer 1

Question. Which of the following is a criticism of the principle of multiple intelligences?

  • Multi-intelligence helps the learners to discover their own interest.
  • It over-emphasizes practical intelligence.
  • This cannot be supported by empirical evidence at all.
  • Bahubuddhi is only ‘images’ which exist in the intellect in its full form.

Answer : 4

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