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CDP वाइगोत्सकी Socio Cultural Theory, ZPD, Scaffolding, Private Speech 150 Questions CTET Part 4

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CDP वाइगोत्सकी Socio Cultural Theory, ZPD, Scaffolding, Private Speech - 150 Questions CTET - Part 4

Chapter – 00:00 – Intro

Chapter – 01:24 – Child : I am not able to fix this part of the puzzle. Teacher : Which piece should come here as these are the legs of the cat ? Child : The paws ? Teacher : Good! Which piece like a paw ? Child : This one. Which feature of social interaction is being highlighted in the above interaction ? – Observational learning – Expository learning – Scaffolding – Cognitive conflict

Chapter – 01:59 – Children construct new knowledge on the basis of – what is already understood and believed by them – what is ambiguous and irrelevant for them – what is completely alien and foreign to them – what is extremely beyond their current cognitive level

Chapter – 04:08 – Children learn by : (i) Reading (ii) Listening (iii) Seeing (iv) Doing Choose the correct option – (i) (ii) – (i) (ii) (iii) – (ii) (iii) (iv) – (i) (ii) (iii) (iv)

Chapter – 04:44 – Children of 4-5 years often talk to themselves. This talk according to Lev Vygotsky – Reflects their egocentrism – Hinders their cognitive development – Hinders their social development – Helps them to regulate their own thinking

Chapter – 05:41 – Children’s engagement with learning in schools is influenced by which of the following factors ? (i) Socialisation by the family (ii) Peer relations (iii) Cultural values (iv) Self-esteem of the children – (iv) – (ii) and (iv) – (i), (ii), (iii), (iv) – (i), (iii)

Chapter – 06:46 – Classroom environment has a significant on children’s learning. To inculcate a culture of mastery-oriented learning (learning that focuses on understanding), learning, classroom environment should be – Performance oriented – competitive and individualistic – teacher dominated – cooperative and collaborative

Chapter – 07:42 – Conceptual changes in children’s thinking should be encouraged by – the use of punishment – giving multiple examples and encouraging children to reason – asking children to memorize the ‘correct concepts’ – repeated drill and practice

Chapter – 09:29 – Constructivist view of learning suggests that children ______ construction of their own knowledge – have no role to play in – are solely dependent on adults for – play an active role in – are solely dependent on textbooks in

Chapter – 10:54 – Constructivists such as Jean Piaget and Lev Vygotsky learning as ? – acquisition of skills – conditioning of responses – passive repetitive process – process of meaning-making by active engagement

Chapter – 12:38 – Development is dependent upon (i) Genetic makeup (ii) Physical Environment (iii) Socio-cultural factors Choose the correct option – (i), (ii) – (ii), (iii) – (i), (iii) – (i), (ii), (iii)

Chapter – 13:34 – Discussions in groups and positive teacher-student relationships characterize a – progressive classroom – textbook-centric classroom – behaviouristic classroom – teacher-centric classroom

Chapter – 15:11 – During a task, Saina is talking to herself about ways she can proceed on the task. According to Lev Vygotsky’s ideas on language and thought; this kind of ‘private speech’ is a sign of – Cognitive immaturity – Self-regulation – Ego-centricism – Psychological disorder

Chapter – 15:50 – Flexible seating arrangement, learners working in groups, are characteristics of a – Behaviouristic classroom – Socio-constructivist classroom – Teacher centric classroom – Textbook centric classroom

Chapter – 16:58 – Giving cues to children and offering support as and when needed is an example of ? – reinforcement – conditioning – modelling – scaffolding

Chapter – 17:34 – Giving students the opportunity to discuss their experiences of celebration of festivals in the classroom and building upon that information is an example of using – Behaviourism – Direct Instruction – Social constructivism – Textbook centred teaching


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