Q1. The following are features of anecdotal record except
(a) it is a factual report with enough detail
(b) it is subjective evidence of behaviour and therefore does not provide feedback for scholastic area
(c) it is an accurate description of events
(d) it describes personal development or social interactions of a child
Q2. Knowledge of…… will be most significant for a teacher dealing with a class comprising students of mixed age groups.
(a) occupation of their parents
(b) socio-economic background
(c) cultural background
(d) developmental stages
Q3. Gifted students
(a) realize their full potential without any help
(b) perform exceptionally well in any field important to human beings
(c) are generally physically weak and not good at social interaction
(d) generally do not like their teachers
Q4. Systematic presentation of concepts may be related with which of the following principles of development?
(a) Development leads to growth
(b) Development proceeds from heteronomy to autonomy
(c) Students develop at different rates
(d) Development is relatively orderly
Q5. Classrooms after the implementation of RTE Act, 2009 are
(a) unaffected, as RTE does not affect the average age of a class in a school
(b) gender- wise more homogeneous
(c) age-wise more homogeneous
(d) age-wise more heterogeneous
Q6. Child-centred education was advocated by which of the following thinkers?
(a) Eric Erickson
(b) Charles Darwin
(c) B F Skinner
(d) John Dewey
Q7. Acceleration with reference to gifted children mean.
(a) promoting such students to next higher grade by skipping the presnt grade
(b) accelerating the process of assessment
(c) accelerating the transaction of scholastic activities
(d) speeding up the transaction of co-scholastic activities
Q8. While teaching a single parent child, a teacher should
(a) provide stable and consistent environment
(b) overlook this fact and treat such a child at par with other children
(c) treat such a child differently
(d) assign lesser home assignments to such a child
Q9. Which of the following is the most appropriate for gifted students?
(a) Write a report on a school match recently held
(b) Write an original play on given concepts
(c) Solve exercises given at the end of five chapters at one go
(d) Teach their class on Teachers Day
Q10. Which one of the following could be an end stage of a child possessing bodily kinesthetic intelligence?
(d) Political leader
Sol. Anecdotal record is a factual report with enough detail. It is an accurate description of events. It describes personal development or social interactions of a child.
Sol. Knowledge of developmental stages will be most significant for a teacher dealing with a class comprising students of mixed age groups.
Sol. A “gifted and talented” student means a child or youth who performs at or shows the potential for performing at a remarkably high level of accomplishment when compared to others of the same age, experience, or environment and who exhibits high performance capability; possesses an unusual capacity for leadership; or excels in a specific academic field. Gifted students are independent in their judgements.
Sol. Systematic presentation of concepts may be related with this principle that development is relatively orderly.
Sol. Classrooms after the implantation of RTE Act 2009 are age-wise more homogeneous.
Sol. Child-centered education was advocated by John Dewey.
Sol. Acceleration with reference to gifted children means promoting such students to next higher grade by skipping the present grade.
Sol. While teaching a single parent child, a teacher should overlook this fact and treat such a child at par with other children.
Sol. To write an original play on given concepts is the most appropriate activity for gifted students.
Sol. Those who have high bodily-kinesthetic intelligence are said to be good at body movement, performing actions and physical control. People who are strong in this area tend to have excellent hand-eye coordination and dexterity.
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