100 Important CDP Questions For Ctet 2023 PDF

We have provided 100+ Important Child Development & Pedagogy Questions for CTET Exam 2022. These are the most important CDP questions for CTET Exam. Aspirants must practice all these CDP Questions For Ctet 2022. Aspirants preparing for the upcoming CTET 2022 examination can download  CDP 1000+ Questions PDF in English.

Child Development & Pedagogy Questions for CTET 2023

Child Development & Pedagogy plays an important role in Ctet or any other teaching eligibility test .There are 30 question of Child Development & Pedagogy asked in every Ctet examination.

Child Development & Pedagogy helps the teacher to understand the psychology of child which is required for teaching and learning in the classroom. Child Pedagogy also deveolps a pedagogical perspective to guide a teacher in developing effective evaluation, assessment strategies, and learning experiences for their teaching.So CDP is an important subject to become a good teacher.

We have provided some of best and most asked CDP Questions For Ctet In English so that every Ctet aspirants can get a good understanding of CDP Mcq .Aspirants can easily score high marks in CDP section if they have a clear understanding of the basic concepts.

There are some topics that are most important for Ctet exams. If we look some of the previous year Ctet paper then we find that most of the questions are asked from given topics-

Piaget,
Kohlberg
Vygotsky 

Most Important CDP questions for CTET Exam

Q1. Defence mechanisms help the person in protecting the ego from the open expression of Id impulses and opposing.
(a) Superego directives
(b) Death Instinct
(c) Lie Instinct
(d) Unconscious mind

Ans. (a)

Q2. Neurotic anxiety is one in which there occurs an emotional response to a threat to the ego that the impulses may break through into.
(a) Consciousness
(b) Unconsciousness
(c) Subconsciousness
(d) Superego

Ans. (a)

Q3. “A young woman after fighting with her husband returned to her parents home only to allow her parents to “baby” her and fulfil their every wish like that of a child”. This is an illustration of.
(a) Repression
(b) Regression
(c) Fixation
(d) Reaction Formation

Ans. (b)

Q4. The last stage of psychosexual development is.
(a) Phallic Stage
(b) Genital Stage
(c) Oral Stage
(d) Anal Stage

Ans. (b)

Q5. Sigmund Freud has regarded the first three stages of psychosexual development i.e the period of 5 or 6 years of life, to be decisive for the formation of.
(a) Intelligence
(b) Personality
(c) Emotion
(d) Ego

Ans. (b)

Q6. The “Super ego” is the equivalent of what is more commonly known as the.
(a) Conscience
(b) Personality
(c) Libido
(d) Narcissism

Ans. (a)

Q7. According to Freud, the negative Oedipus complex may lead to.
(a) Heterosexuality
(b) Homosexuality
(c) Narcissism
(d) Castration

Ans.(b)

Q8. The idea of developmental stages was borrowed from Freud.
(a) Biology
(b) Sociology
(c) Anthropology
(d) Physics

Ans. (a)

Q9. Dreams represent demands or wishes stemming from the.
(a) Unconscious
(b) Conscious
(c) Preconscious
(d) Death Instinct

Ans. (a)

Q10. In a special book, Freud analyzed the psychology of error and found the source of errors in the conflict between.
(a) Ego and Superego
(b) Unconscious wish and conscious censorship
(c) Conscious wish and unconscious censorship
(d) Ego and preconscious

Ans. (b)

Q11. Which is the place where the child’s ‘cognitive development is defined in the best way?
(a) Auditorium
(b) Home
(c) Playground
(d) School and classroom environment

Ans. (d)

Q12. Which of the following is not related to the social-psychological needs of the child?
(a) Regular elimination of waste products from the body
(b) Need for company
(c) Need for appreciation or social approval
(d) Need for emotional security

Ans. (a)

Q13. ‘Mind mapping’ refers to
(a) Drawing the picture of the mind
(b) Researching the functioning of the mind
(c) A technique to enhance comprehension
(d) A plan of action for an adventure

Ans. (b)

Q14. A teacher should make an attempt to understand the potentialities of her/his students. Which of the following fields is related to this objective?
(a) Media-Psychology
(b) Educational Psychology
(c) Educational Sociology
(d) Social Philosophy

Ans. (b)

Q15. “Children actively construct their understanding of the world” is a statement attributed to:
(a) Kohlberg
(b) Skinner
(c) Piaget
(d) Pavlov

Ans. (c)

Q16. Irfan breaks toys and dismantles them to explore their components. What would you do?
(a) Never let Irfan play with toys
(b) Always keep a close watch
(c) Encourage his inquisitive nature and channel his energy
(d) Make him understand that toys should not be broken

Ans. (c)

Q17. A child starts to cry when his grandmother takes him from his mother’s lap. The child cries due to
(a) Social anxiety
(b) Emotional anxiety
(c) Stranger anxiety
(d) Separation anxiety

Ans. (b)

Q18. Which of the following statements is correct in relation to ‘concept formation’ by a child?
(a) Concepts are emotionally ordered
(b) There is a set pattern of concept development
(c) Concepts are not hierarchical in nature
(d) Concepts are not individual

Ans. (b)

Q19. Which of the following is not a component of cognition?
(a) Feelings
(b) Thoughts
(c) Attention
(d) Perception

Ans. (a)

Q20. Of the following, the greatest advantage of interdisciplinary instruction is that.
(a) Students are less likely to develop a dislike for particular topics of different subject areas
(b) Teachers are permitted greater flexibility in planning lessons and activities
(c) Students are given opportunities to generalize and apply newly learned knowledge in multiple contexts
(d) Teachers are less likely to feel overwhelmed by the multiplicity of topics needed to be addressed in a traditional curriculum

Ans. (c)

Previous Year CDP Questions For Ctet In English

Question1. The word ‘Socialisation’ means
(1) following social norms relentlessly
(2) revolting against social norms
(3) understanding the social diversity
(4) adjusting in the society


Answer: (4)


Question2.Which of the followings is NOT a feature of a child-centered outlook?
(1) Each child makes his or her curriculum.
(2) Children are inactive participants.
(3) Each child is unique in its own way.
(4) Each child has a right to education.


Answer: (1)


Question3.”Thought not only determines language but also precedes it.” Who among the following set forth this idea?
(1) Jean Piaget
(2) Kohlberg
(3) Pavlov
(4) Vygotsky


Answer: (4)


Question 4. Which of the followings theory best describes the ‘Heinz’s Dilemma’?
(1) Vygotsky’s theory
(2) Piaget’s theory
(3) Kohlberg’s theory
(4) Binet’s theory


Answer: (3)


Question 5. The environmental factors that shape development include all of the following except
(1) quality of education
(2) quality of nutrition
(3) culture
(4) physique


Answer: (4)


Question6.Which of the following implications can’t be derived from Piaget’s theory of cognitive development?
(1) Children’s desire to learn
(2) Need of verbal teaching
(3) Acceptance of individual differences
(4) Discovery learning


Answer: (2)


Question7. ____ can be best used in teaching to encourage democratic living among students.
(1) Lecture method
(2) Social interaction
(3) Experimental method
(4) Discovery method


Answer: (4)


Question 8. Physical traits such as height, eye colour, bone structure and hair are
(1) primary qualities
(2) secondary qualities
(3) not inherited
(4) inherited


Answer: (4)


Question 9. Piaget proposes that preoperational children are unable to conserve. Which of the following factors attributes this inability?
(1) Inability of hypothetic-deductive reasoning
(2) Irreversibility of thought
(3) Lack of high-level abstract reasoning
(4) None of the above


Answers: (2)


Question 10. Development starts from the
(1) stage of infancy
(2) pre-natal stage
(3) pre-childhood stage
(4) post-childhood stage


Answer: (2)


Question11. The use of technology to enhance learning process is called _ in education.
(1) IT
(2) ICT
(3) Communication technology
(4) Information technology


Answer: (2)

Question12. “Individual learns from his own mistakes”This statement is based on which learning theory?
(1) Instrumental conditioning
(2) Insight
(3) Trial & Error
(4) Classical conditioning


Answer: (3)

Question13. According to John Dewey, school is _ institution, and education is a _
process.
(1) Social, Social
(2) Social, Philosophical
(3) Philosophical, Philosophical
(4) Environmental, Psychological


Answer: (1)


Question14. At the pre-primary stage reading aloud while writing is given importance. This is based on which theory
of learning?
(1) Trial & Error
(2) Conditioning
(3) Insight
(4) Imitation


Answer: (2)


Question15. According to Jean Piaget, children develop abstract logic and reasoning skill during:
(1) Sensorimotor stage
(2) Preoperational stage
(3) Formal operational stage
(4) Concrete operational stage


Answer: (3)


16.Gifted students are
A.non-assertive of their needs
B.independent in their judgments
C.independent of teachers
D.introvert in nature


Ans B


Q 17.The cardinal principles of learner centered education
are

A.Learning by doing
B.Learning by living
C.Both
D.None of these


Ans C


Q18. is the capacity to acquire and apply knowledge.
A.Personality
B.Intelligence
C.Aptitude
D.Attitude


Ans B


Q19.Adolescents may experience
A.feeling of self-actualization
B.feeling of satiation about life
C.anxiety and concern about themselves
D.feeling of fear about sins committed in childhood


Ans A


Q20.How a “Teacher” should behave with the students?
A.Father Like
B.Friend Like
C.General
D.Elder Like


Ans B


Q21.Smallest unit of meaning in a language is
A.Syntax
B.Morpheme
C.Pragmatics
D.Phoneme


Ans B


Q22.Intelligence testing is useful for knowing __

A.Individual difference
B.Mental retardation
C.Educational backwardness
D.All of these


Ans D

Q23.The process of expansion of an individual’s capacities quantitatively, should be termed as:
A.Development
B.Growth
C.Equilibration
D.Maturation


Ans A


Q24.The teaching-Learning process is fundamentally completed in
A.Class-room
B.School
C.Society
D.Home


Ans A


Q25.In which of the following stages the child looks self-centred?
A.Infancy
B.Early childhood
C.Adolescence
D.Adulthood


Ans B

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