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PART I
CHILD DEVELOPMENT AND PEDAGOGY

Directions  :  Answer  the  following  questions  by selecting the most appropriate option.

1.      ‘‘Development  is  a  never  ending  process.’’ This idea is associated with

(1)    Principle of integration

(2)    Principle of interaction

(3)    Principle of interrelation

(4)    Principle of continuity


2.      Four distinct stages of children’s intellectual development are identified by

(1)    Skinner

(2)    Piaget

(3)    Kohlberg

(4)    Erikson


3.      Parents should play a .................... role in the learning process of young children.

(1)    sympathetic

(2)    neutral

(3)    negative

(4)    proactive




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4.      The ‘insight theory of learning’ is promoted by

(1)    Jean Piaget

(2)    Vygotsky

(3)    ‘Gestalt’ theorists

(4)    Pavlov


5.      Motivation, in the process of learning,

(1)    makes learners think unidirectionally

(2)    creates   interest   for   learning   among young learners

(3)    sharpens the memory of learners

(4)    differentiates  new  learning  from  old learning
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