Q1. If we believe in the dualistic theory of the mind versus body nature of man, have to arrive at the consequence that
(a) Education is mechanization in process and theoretical in development
(b) Learning is purely a matter of material changes in the behaviour of man
(c) Learning an education should cater to observable behaviour of man
(d) Education is purely a matter of mental training and development of the self
Q2. Article 45 under the Directive Principles of State Policy in the Indian Constitution, provides for
(a) Rights of minorities to establish educational institutions
(b) Free and compulsory primary education
(c) Education for weaker sections of the country
(d) Giving financial assistance to less advanced states
Q3. The National Educational Policy of 1979, also recommended about the public schools
(a) their uniqueness and traditions have to be preserved in the interests of the best talents of the country
(b) they should be brought under laws and regulations of the government public education system
(c) they must be allowed the autonomy that was bestowed on them by the past system of education
(d) suitable ratio has to be maintained for admission of middle class and poor students also
Q4. The concept of totalitarian education in the West was in favour of
(a) Treating education as a binding factor of international understanding
(b) The education of the individual for development of his total personality
(c) Making the education of the individual as an instrument for realizing the ends of the state.
(d) Making the state responsible to evolve education as a means of satisfying individual’s needs and interests
Q5. The grasping, rooting, and sucking reflexes of infants are best described as
(a) fixed action patterns.
(c) conditioned reflexes.
(d) adaptive reflexes.
Q6. Metalinguistic awareness means
(a) ability to think
(b) the ability to think and talk about language
(c) ability to talk about language
(d) ability to writing from other visual marks
Q7. What is “invented spelling”?
(a) interference with reading development
(b) practice of spelling unfamiliar words
(c) not supported by parents
(d) all of these
Q8. During the formal operations stage, children begin to
(a) accurately use concepts of time, space, and number.
(b) think primarily about concrete objects or situations.
(c) develop the concept of object permanency.
(d) think in terms of abstract principles and hypothetical
Q9. Conservatism, intellectual autonomy, effective autonomy, hierarchy, mastery egalitarian commitment and harmony values are developed by
(d) None of the above
Q10. Elements of culture are
(a) i, ii and iii
(b) ii, iii and iv
(c) iii, iv and i
(d) i, ii, iii and iv