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CDP वाइगोत्सकी Socio Cultural Theory, ZPD, Scaffolding, Private Speech – 150 Questions CTET – Part 7

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CDP वाइगोत्सकी Socio Cultural Theory, ZPD, Scaffolding, Private Speech - 150 Questions CTET - Part 7

Answer for the Question : 00:00 – Introduction

Answer for the Question : 00:57 – Lev Vygotsky refers to the verbal dialogues that children have with themselves as – egocentric speech – private speech – distorted speech – problematic speech

Answer for the Question : 01:36 – Lev Vygotsky’s social-cultural perspective of learning emphasizes importance of ______ in the learning process – Cultural tools – Attribution – Motivation – Equilibration

Answer for the Question : 02:15 – Lev Vygotsky’s ideas Language and thought suggest that – language guides cognitive development – cognitive development guides language – there is no relation between language and cognition – cognition is independent of language

Answer for the Question : 04:32 – Lev Vygotsky’s socio-cultural theory emphasizes teaching-learning through – rewards and punishment – drill and recall – peer interaction and scaffolding – use of analogies and algorithms

Answer for the Question : 05:55 – Lev Vygotsky’s theory mainly focuses on explaining – the impact of heredity on development – the role of cultural tools in cognitive development – the bio ecological model of socialisation – the impact of attribution pattern on motivation

Answer for the Question : 07:17 – Lev Vygotsky’s theory of cognitive development is called a ______ theory as he argues that children’s learning takes place in a context – psycho-dynamic – psychosexual – social-cultural – behaviouristic

Answer for the Question : 07:50 – Lev Vygotsky’s theory of cognitive development is situated in the – socio-cultural perspective – psycho-sexual perspective – behaviouristic perspective – historical perspective

Answer for the Question : 08:38 – Mohan provides students with containers of different capacities to help them learn the concept of volume. Farah asks students to brainstorm on possibilities of making waste disposal a mechanical task so that people do not have to do these menial tasks. Both of the teachers are employing ______ in their classroom – Behaviourism – Constructivism – Direct instruction – Operant conditioning

Answer for the Question : 10:38 – Most classrooms in India are multi-lingual and this needs to be seen as ______ by the teacher – a resource – an obstacle – a burden – a problem

Answer for the Question : 12:00 – NCF 2005 emphasises on Constructivist Approach of learning as it focuses on – memorization of definitions and formulae – submission of regular homework – active participation of teacher through engaging activities – effective lecture and instructions by teacher

Answer for the Question : 14:25 – Private speech in Vygotsky’s theory – is indicative of children’s ego-centricism – hinders children’s actions and behaviour – helps children to regulate their behaviour while doing complex tasks – is an indication that cognition is never internalized

Answer for the Question : 15:51 – Rashmi uses a variety of tasks to cater to the different learning potential of learners in her class and often makes groups to facilitate peer learning. Which of the following theory supports her actions ? – Sigmund Freud’s psycho-sexual theory – Lev Vygotsky’s socio-cultural theory – Lawrence Kohlberg’s moral development-theory – B.F. Skinner’s behaviouristic theory

Answer for the Question : 17:35 – Scaffolding in the context of learning theories refers to ? – simulation teaching – recapitulation of previous learning – temporary support in learning by adults – ascertaining the causes of mistakes done by students

Answer for the Question : 19:07 – Socio-Constructivist view of learning emphasise on the importance of ______ in process of learning – interactions – rewards and Punishments – heredity only – inflexible pedagogical approaches

Answer for the Question : 20:57 – Students learn through self-initiated activity while actively engaging in discussions in a classroom based on – behaviouristic principles – observational learning – social-constructivism – expository teaching

Answer for the Question : 21:54 – Conclusion


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