CTET Solved Questions of Previous year Papers set 4
Solved questions of Previous year papers of CTET of CTET of years 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2018 is available here. CTET paper is conducted by CBSE. With these Questions, candidates can easily learn about the level of questions. This set of questions contains 30 questions of Child Development. Candidates preparing for CTET exams are advised to solve other previous year papers of CTET besides these Questions. Link to practice other questions of previous year paper of CTET is given at the end of this article. They are useful to understand
Instructions for Candidates
1. CTET Paper 1 has five Parts, I, II, III, IV and V, consisting of 150 Objective Type Questions, each carrying 1 mark:
• Part I: Child Development and Pedagogy (Q. 1 to Q. 30)
• Part II: Mathematics (Q. 31 to Q. 60)
• Part III: Environmental Studies (Q. 61 to Q. 90)
• Part IV: Language I – (English/Hindi) (Q. 91 to Q. 120)
• Part V: Language II – (English/Hindi) (Q.121 to Q.150)
2. Part IV contains 30 questions for Language I and Part V contains 30 questions for Language II. In this test booklet, only questions pertaining to English and Hindi language have been given. In case the language/s you have opted for as Language I and/or Language II is a language other than English or Hindi, please ask for a Test Booklet that contains questions on that language. The languages being answered must tally with the languages opted for in your Application Form.
3. Candidates are required to attempt questions in Part V (Language II) in a language other than the one chosen as Language I (in Part IV) from the list of languages.
SET 4 Child Development Questions for Practice
1. Cognitive development is supported by
(1) conducting relevant and well-designe tests as frequently as possible
(2) presenting activities that reinforce traditional methods
(3) providing a rich and varied environment
(4) focussing more on individual activities in comparison to collaboration
ANS : (3) providing a rich and varied environment
2. Human development
(3) unmeasurable to a certain extent
(4) both quantitative and qualitative
ANS : (4) both quantitative and qualitative
3. The nature-nurture debate refers to
(1) genetics and environment
(2) behaviour and environment
(3) environment and biology
(4) environment and upbringing
ANS : (1) genetics and environment
4. Which of the following is a passive agency of socialization ?
(1) Health club
(3) Eco club
(4) Public library
ANS : (4) Public library
5. In Vygotsky’s theory, which aspect of development gets neglected ?
ANS : (3) Biological
6. Which of the following stages are involved when infants “THINK” with their eyes, ears and hands ?
(1) Concrete operational stage
(2) Pre-operational stage
(3) Sensory motor stage
(4) Formal operational stage
ANS : (3)
7. Ria does not agree with Rishabh about setting up a class picnic. She thinks that the rules can be revised to suit the majority. This kind ofi peer disagreement, according to Piaget, refers to
(1) Heteronomous morality
(2) Cognitive immaturity
(4) Morality of cooperation
ANS : (4) Morality of cooperation
8. Which one of the following is a form of Sternberg’s Triarchic Theory of Intelligence ?
(1) Practical Intelligence
(2) Experimental Intelligence
(3) Resourceful Intelligence
(4) Mathematical Intelligence
ANS : (1) Practical Intelligence
9. Who developed the first intelligence test ?
(1) David Wechsler
(2) Alfred Binet
(3) Charles Edward Spearman
(4) Robert Sternberg
ANS : (2) Alfred Binet
10. Phonological awareness refers to the ability to
(1) reflect and manipulate the sound structure
(2) speak fluently and accurately
(3) know, understand and write
(4) master the rules of grammar
ANS : (1) reflect and manipulate the sound structure
11. Gender discrimination in a classroom
(1) does not affect the performance of the students
(2) may lead to diminished effort or performance of the students
(3) may lead to enhanced effort or performance of the male students
(4) is done more by the male teachers than their female counterparts
ANS : (2) may lead to diminished effort or performance of the students
12. Which one of the following is an example of learning style ?
ANS : (1) Visual
13. A teacher collects and reads the work of the class, then plans and adjusts the next lesson to meet student needs. He/She is doing
(1) Assessment of learning
(2) Assessment as learning
(3) Assessment for learning
(4) Assessment at learning
ANS : (3) Assessment for learning
14. Teachers who work under School Based Assessment
(1) are overburdened as they need to take frequent tests in addition to Monday tests
(2) need to assign project work in each subject to individual students
(3) observe students minutely on a daily basis to assess their values and attitudes
(4) feel a sense of ownership for the system
ANS : (4) feel a sense of ownership for the system
15. “How do grades differ from marks ?” This question belongs to which of the following classes of questions ?
(4) Problem – Solving
ANS : (2) Analytic
16. Girl students
(1) learn questions on Mathematics well but face difficulty only when they are asked to reason them out
(2) are as good in Mathematics as boys of their age
(3) perform less competently in spatial concepts than boys of their age
(4) possess more linguistic and musical abilities
ANS : (2) are as good in Mathematics as boys of their age
17. Difficulty in recalling sequence of letters in words and frequent loss of visual memory is associated with
ANS : (1) Dyslexia
18. ‘Education-of-all-in-schools-for-all’ could be a tagline for which of the following ?
(1) Cohesive education
(2) Inclusive education
(3) Cooperative education
(4) Exclusive education
ANS : (2) Inclusive education
19. Fluency, elaboration, originality and flexibility are the factors associated with
(3) divergent thinking
ANS : (1) giftedness
20. Gifted students may he asked to spend more time on questions dealing with
ANS : (3) creating
21. Learning disabilities in Mathematics can be assessed most appropriately by which of the following tests ?
(1) Aptitude test
(2) Diagnostic test
(3) Screening test
(4) Achievement test
ANS : (2) Diagnostic test
22. Concept maps are most likely to increase understanding of new concepts by
(1) transferring knowledge between content areas
(2) focusing attention on specific detail
(3) prioritizing academic content for study
(4) increasing ability to organize information logically
ANS : (4) increasing ability to organize information logically
23. According to the theory of social learning of Albert Bandura, which one of the following is true ?
(1) Play is essential and should be given priority in school
(2) Modelling is a principal way for children to learn.
(3) An unresolved crisis can harm a child.
(4) Cognitive development is independent of social development.
ANS : (2) Modelling is a principal way for children to learn.
24. Deductive reasoning involves
(1) reasoning from general to particular
(2) reasoning from particular to general
(3) active construction and reconstruction of knowledge
(4) methods including inquiry learning and heuristics
ANS : (1) reasoning from general to particular
25. When children learn a concept and use it, practice helps in reducing the errors committed by them. This idea was given by
(1) E.L. Thorndike
(2.) Jean Piaget
(3) J.B. Watson
(4) Lev Vygotsky
ANS : (1) E.L. Thorndike
26. Which of the following skills is associated with emotional intelligence ?
(2) Motor processing
ANS : (4) Empathising
27. The inner force that stimulates and compels a behavioural response and provides specific direction to that response is
ANS : (1) Motive
28.Which term is often used interchangeably with the term “motivation” ?
ANS : (3)Need
29. motives deal with the need to reach satisfying feeling states and to obtain personal goals.
ANS : (2) Affective
30. Which one of the following is a factor that affects learning positively ?
(1) Fear of failure
(2) Competition with peers
(3) Meaningful association
(4) Pressure from parents
ANS : (3) Meaningful association