“Teaching Aptitude/ Child Pedagogy” is one of the common in any teaching examination. This section plays a very important part in any teaching examination. This part contains approx. 30-40 questions depend upon the examination pattern that we can easily score only if we practice it on regular basis. These questions are not only for CTET Exam
but also for KVS, NVS
UPTET & STET also.So, we will provide you the questions which will help you in preparing for Exam.
Q1. The ability of the learner to utilize or apply the acquired knowledge or skills in school to solve problems in similar or related situations at some future date is known as
(a) Knowledge acquisition
Q2. In the learning of sciences and math’s, scientifically there is no difference in performance as a result of gender. Which of the following influence gender based performance ?
Q3. Learning is best defined as a process that involves :
(a)Two stimuli being paired that produce a conditioned response over time
(b) An organism interacting with its environment, becoming changed by experience, and thereby modifying subsequent behaviours
(c) An organism interacting with its environment through autoshaping and conditioning
(d) An organism responding to its environment based on reinforcement or punishment for behaviours
Q4. The basic understanding of the relationship between unconditioned response (UR) and conditioned response (CR) included which of the following ideas ?
(a) The UR and CR are not always the same response
(b) Organisms come to generally behave toward conditioned stimulus
(c) Stimulus substitution
(d) The UR and CR are always the same response
Q5. Which of the following is accurate in relation to the law of effect ?
(a) The law of effect relates to Pavlov’s proposal that reward will strengthen the connection between the response that proceeded it and any stimuli present when it is delivered
(b) In modern terminology, Thorndike’s ‘satisfiers’ and ‘annoyers’ are called enforcers and punishers
(c) In the law of effect, a stimulus-response (S-R) association is learned.
(d) It is generally thought that the likelihood of an animal responding in a particular way cannot be controlled by the consequence of that response.
Q6. Which of the following statements applies to instrumental learning ?
(a) Instrumental learning is the process by which an animal learns about the relationship between its behaviour and the consequence of that behaviour.
(b) Instrumentally trained responses are not entirely elicited by identifiable stimuli.
(c) Instrumental learning allows the animal to control the occurrence of environmental events.
(d) All of the above
Q7. Generally the construct of Personality can be defined in terms of
(a) Biological Approaches
(b) Psycho-sexual Approaches
(c) Psycho-physical Approaches
(d) Bio-chemical approaches
Q8. The consistent and distinct style of behaviour tendencies are called as
Q9. The personal changes that occur among the students through socialization can be judged through
(a) Inter-personal relationship among the specialised groups of the students
(b) The activities of the student
(c) Collecting information from the parents
(d) Asking to the students
Q10. Co-operation is the fundamental basis of interpersonal relations which means
(a) It is self-centred in the early development of the children
(b) It is society-centred which is expressed in interpersonal relationship
(c) It can be learned through imitation and suggestibility
(d) It is voluntary in nature and can not be imposed
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