UPTET Child Development and Pedagogy Practice Set 06: Have a look at these 30 important questions asked in previous years exam

UPTET Child Development And Pedagogy Practice Set 06 : UPTET exam was to be held on 28th November but due to paper leak, the entire exam process had to be canceled midway, now its exam is to be conducted on 23rd January 2022. Its admit card has also been issued. The candidates of this exam are busy preparing with their hard work.

In such a situation, through this article, we will make you aware of 30 important questions of child development and pedagogy of the past years asked in the UPTET exam, by studying which you can strengthen your preparation even more.

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UPTET Child Development And Pedagogy Practice Set 06

UPTET Child Development And Pedagogy Practice Set 06

Question: According to Piaget, at which stage of cognitive development does the child exhibit ‘object permanence’?

  • sensory motivational stage
  • pre-operational stage
  • concrete operational phase
  • formal operational stage

Answer 1

Question: The teacher should have a role in the learning process.

  • of facilitator
  • coach’s
  • of the instructor
  • Of the controller

Answer 1

Question: Which of the following is an example of fine motor skills?

  • to climb
  • running
  • pounce
  • To write

Answer : 4

Question: In the context of education, socialization means

  • Adaptation and adjustment to the social environment
  • creating your own social norms
  • always adhere to social norms
  • respecting elders in society

Answer 1

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Question: Which of the following is the most important quality for a primary level teacher?

  • Competence in teaching methods and knowledge of the subject
  • eagerness to teach
  • Ability to teach in a high standard language
  • patience and perseverance

Answer : 4

Question: Which theme is best for beginners in nursery class?

  • my dear friend
  • My family
  • my neighborhood
  • my school

Answer: 2

Question: A teacher never answers questions on her own. She encourages her students to take up answering, group discussions and collaborative learning. This approach is based on the principle of ……….

  • readiness to learn
  • active participation
  • Proper organization of instructional material
  • setting a good example and role modeling

Answer: 2

Question: The mental age of a child is 12 years and the physical age is 10 years. he will be intelligent

Answer 1

Question: Integrated education indicates

  • Uniform teaching method for all children
  • Same school for normal children and differently abled children
  • Separate school for normal children and differently abled children
  • Uniform facility for normal children and differently abled children

Answer: 2

Question: In what order should the development of language skills in children in class I take place?

  • listening, speaking, reading, writing
  • write read, listen, speak
  • listening, writing, speaking, reading
  • writing, speaking, reading, listening

Answer 1

Question: Human personality is the result.

  • of heredity only
  • parenting and education
  • interaction of heredity and environment
  • of atmosphere only

Answer : 3

Q: Children of class one and level two

  • learn quickly from abstract experiences
  • learn quickly from concrete experiences
  • learn quickly by reading
  • learn quickly by writing

Answer: 2

Question: Learners show individual differences. so the teacher

  • Uniform pace of learning should be emphasized
  • Strict discipline must be ensured
  • Number of exams should be increased
  • Must provide diverse learning experiences

Answer : 4

Question: A teacher can inculcate social values ​​in the students

  • develop a sense of discipline
  • behaving ideally
  • speaking of great people
  • telling them good stories

Answer: 2

Question: The reason for the difference in learning style among the learners can be

  • learner’s socialization process
  • Advocacy policy adopted by the learner
  • financial condition of the family
  • child rearing

Answer: 2

Question: Often the errors of the learners point towards ……..

  • how they learn
  • socio-economic status of learners
  • The need for mechanical practice
  • learning absence

Answer 1

Question: A child who suffers from ………… cannot differentiate between ‘saw’ and ‘was’, ‘nuclear’ and ‘unclear’.

  • word jumbling disorder
  • dyslexia
  • dyslexia
  • dysmorphemia

Answer: 2

Question: Progress can be made in the process of learning of children when we

  • check his progress regularly
  • Regularly check the progress of children as well as take corrective steps
  • give children homework regularly
  • Organize activities for children regularly

Answer: 2

Question: Which of the following is a theory of development??

  • it is not a continuous process
  • Not all processes of development are interconnected
  • Not everyone has the same growth rate
  • growth is always linear

Answer : 3

Question: If the students do not seem to take interest in the lesson, the teacher should

  • change teaching method
  • Make the lesson interesting by using audio-visual material
  • drop out of class
  • start some other work in class

Answer 1

Question: The ‘doing’ side of behavior comes in ………..

  • dynamic areas of learning
  • emotional areas of learning
  • psychological areas of learning
  • cognitive areas of learning

Answer 1

Question: According to Kohrberg, a teacher can inculcate moral values ​​in children

  • By involving them in discussions based on ethical issues’
  • how it should be dealt with. by giving strict instructions on this
  • giving importance to religious education
  • by making clear rules of behavior

Answer 1

Q: Conducting activities like music, storytelling, drama, arts, crafts, games etc. for children at the primary level

  • should be once a week
  • Must be included with each subject
  • must be operated separately
  • should be done overtime

Answer: 2

Question: While preparing students for a state level solo singing competition, a school gives preference to girls. it shows

  • Progressive thinking
  • objective approach
  • global trends
  • gender bias

Answer : 4

Question: Understanding the principles of child development helps the teacher.

  • To effectively address the different learning styles of the learners
  • To identify the social status of the learner
  • Identifying the economic background of the learner
  • to justify why learners should study

Answer 1

Q: Children can learn in an environment where

  • Give proper place to their experiences and feelings
  • give them a chance to play
  • give them a chance to make friends
  • have strict discipline

Answer 1

Question: A teacher expresses anger over small mistakes made by a child. it indicates that

  • he is the child’s well-wisher
  • he lacks knowledge
  • he is frustrated
  • He is not emotionally balanced.

Answer : 4

Question: Which of the following statements are correct regarding NCF-2005?

  • This is a constitutional amendment regarding the school education of India.
  • This is a document prepared by NCERT, which presents recommendations regarding school education in India.
  • This is a document signed by UNESCO and India regarding qualitative education in India.
  • neither of the above

Answer: 2

Question: A student learns punctuality from his teacher, this is an example

  • verbal learning
  • of observational learning
  • of skill learning
  • of transfer of learning

Answer: 2

Question: After resolving the gaps that remain in the learning of the students, …….. should be done.

  • intense exercise
  • having appropriate remedial action
  • systematically repeat all lessons
  • Informing learners and parents about achievements

Answer : ??

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