WB Primary TET Question Paper (Child Development & Pedagogy) (2022)

WB Primary TET Question Paper – Below can be seen the WB Primary TET Question Paper of Child Developmet & Pedagogy.

  1. Child’s inability to understand a situation from another person’s point of view’ is called
    (A) Object permanence
    (B) Centration
    (C) Egocenine thinking
    (D) Transductive thinking
  2. When old memories inhibit new learning, then this phenomenon is called
    (A) Proactive inhibition
    (B) Retroactive inhibition
    (C) Interactive inhibition
    (D) Postactive inhibition.
  3. According to Kohlberg, a teacher can inculcate moral values in the classroom by
    (A) giving importance to religious teaching
    (B) asking students to read psychology books
    (C) introducing clear and strict rules for behaviour modification
    (D) discussing moral issues
  4. According to Gardner’s theory of Multiple Intelligence, the capacity to detect and respond appropriately to the moods, motivations and desires of others’ refers to
    (A) linguistic intelligence
    (B) logical-mathematical intelligence
    (C) Interpersonal intelligence
    (D) intrapersonal intelligence
  5. According to Piaget’s view, the child learns that “water can be frozen and then thawed to become liquid again’ is an example of
    (A) Seriation ability
    (B) Classification ability
    (C) Reversible thinking
    (D) Hypothetico-deductive thinking
  6. The personality variable through which people generally feel about themselves is
    (A) Self-confidence
    (B) Self-dependence
    (C) Self-esteem
    (D) Introvertedness
  7. The memory responsible for remembering ‘how to do things’, is called
    (A) Procedural memory
    (B) Semantic memory
    (C) Episodic memory
    (D) Autobiographical memory
  8. If a child has a mental age of 5 years and chronological age of 4 years, then IQ of the child will be
    (A) 100
    (B) 75
    (C) 30
    (D) 125
  9. Which one of the followings is the correct sequence of steps for insightful learning?
    (A) preparation, incubation, insight, verification
    (B) preparation, incubation verification. insight
    (C) preparation, insight, incubation, verification
    (D) preparation, verification, incubation, insight
  10. Falling down on a floor, a child started to hit the floor out of anger. What type of thinking is reflected here according to the theory of Piaget?
    (A) Reflective thinking
    (B) Logical thinking
    (C) Analytical thinking
    (D) Animistic thinking
  11. Which one of the following principles is NOT relevant to Child Development?
    (A) Sequentiality
    (B) Continuity
    (C) Reversibility
    (D) Generality to specificity
  12. There are two tasks in education:
    (I) Personality development (II) Habit formation
    There are two stages of education:
    (a) Primary (b) Secondary
    The best combination of the task in education and stage of education might be
    (A) (1. a); (II, a)
    (B) (1, b); (II, b)
    (C) (1. a); (II, b)
    (D) (I. b); (II, a)
  13. The cephalocaudal principle of child development refers to the development which proceeds from
    (A) head to toe
    (B) general to specific
    (C) centre of an organism to the periphery of its body
    (D) concrete to abstract
  14. The first step of memory is
    (A) Retention
    (B) Recall
    (C) Recognition
    (D) Learning
  15. According to Kohlberg, in which stage of moral development does an individual work to please his/her family members and neighbours?
    (A) Punishment obedience stage
    (B) Personal reward stage
    (C) Good boy/Nice gul stage
    (D) Law and onder stage
  16. Which one of the following statements is NOT true about the concept of the term ‘Pedagogy?
    (A) Pedagogy is the ways and means of transaction of curriculum
    (B) Pedagogy is usually influenced by the dominant culture
    (C) Pedagogy is not related to the needs of the children
    (D) Pedagogy is being exercised across the curriculum
  17. To address the needs of differently abled learners in inclusive class, which one of the following step should teachers adopt?
    (A) Approach focussing on learners’ deficit
    (B) Approach focussing only on the specific learning disability
    (C) Approach of neutrality to treat all the children in similar manner
    (D) Approach focussing on learners’ strength
  18. Which of the following is NOT an essential principle of teaching at primary level?
    (A) Principle of providing attention for individual difference
    (B) Principle of proceeding from simple to complex
    (C) Principle of proceeding from general to specific
    (D) Principle of providing enough information to the learner
  19. While teacher explores learners’ indirect and general experience in concept formation in learning-teaching process, then which one of the followings will be most acceptable?
    (A) Exposure → Perception → Abstraction → Generalization
    (B) Exposure → Generalization → Abstraction → Perception.
    (C) Exposure → Abstraction → Generalization → Perception
    (D) Exposure → Abstraction → Perception → Generalization
  20. The level of teaching in which the learner can identify the problem, define it and try to solve it by using critical and creative abilities, is
    (A) memory level of teaching
    (B) understanding level of teaching
    (C) reflective level of teaching
    (D) pre-active level of teaching
  21. Learning-Teaching becomes more effective, when
    (A) Teacher asks questions and students answer
    (B) Teacher writes on the blackboard and students make a copy
    (C) Teacher encourages students to ask questions and helps them to answer
    (D) Teacher assigns a lot of homework
  22. There are some concepts in Pedagogy:
    (1) Objectives (II) Aims (III) Goals
    There are some factors:
    a. Student b. Teacher c. Nation
    Find out the best matching pair from the following pairs:
    (A) (III, a) and (II, c)
    (B) (11, a) and (1, c)
    (C) (l,a) and (II, b)
    (D) (I, c) and (III, b)
  23. A teacher tells the students “Try to do the task, you will learn”. Here the teacher tries to
    (A) motivate extrinsically
    (B) motivate intrinsically
    (C) encourage for achievement motivation –
    (D) demotivate
  24. A test is administered twice in a definite interval on a group of school students under identical environmental conditions. The mean scores of the students remain very close. It is therefore, said, the test has
    (A) validity
    (B) reliability
    (C) objectivity
    (D) moderate difficulty value
  25. A teacher asks a student to mention different non-conventional uses of tea cups. This teaching tends to develop among the students
    (A) Convergent thinking
    (B) Creativity
    (C) Language ability
    (D) Concrete thinking
  26. In the classroom of a primary school, students usually come from different social backgrounds in terms of culture, religion, economic status and caste system. What should be the best combination of teacher’s task to make the classroom inclusive from these given options?
    (i) To reflect on his/her own stereotypes and beliefs
    (ii) To include and emphasize diversity of children’s experience
    (iii) To create institutional ethos towards equality
    (iv) To instruct children to accommodate the existing standard curriculum
    (A) (i), (ii), (iii)
    (B) (1), (i), (iv)
    (C) (i), (iii), (iv)
    (D) (ii), (ii)
  27. A social science teacher may make linkage geographical concept while teaching history. This kind of pedagogical strategy
    (A) would promote misconception among the learners
    (B) would negatively impact learning as it would impose additional burden
    (C) would facilitate learning by promoting interdisciplinary approach
    (D) would neither impact to promote nor to create hindrance in learning
  28. Which of the following is NOT a relevant reason for assessing learners before presenting a lesson?
    (A) To assess the readiness of learners for a lesson
    (B) To make the learners aware before presenting a lesson
    (C) To facilitate teachers to practice core teaching skills
    (D) To form different learning groups among the learners while adopting collaborative teaching-learning
  29. In which step of 5’E’ model, students conduct activities, predict and form hypothesis?
    (A) Engagement
    (B) Elaboration
    (C) Explanation
    (D) Exploration

When was WB Primary TET exam?

11th December 2022

What was the WB Primary TET exam time?

12:00 – 2:30 pm

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