CTET 2021 CDP Question Paper 30 December 2021 | CTET 2021 CDP Question Paper 2

CTET 2021 CDP Question Paper 30 December 2021: / CTET 2021 CDP Question Paper 2 केंद्रीय शिक्षक पात्रता परीक्षा (CTET) दिसम्बर 2021 से  जनवरी 2022 को आयोजित हुई  है। इस परीक्षा में पेपर वन में पांच खंडों होते हैं। जिसमें अंग्रेजी भाषा, हिंदी भाषा, गणित और पर्यावरण अध्ययन – CDP  से पूछे जाएंगेI CTET CDP  सिलेबस 2021 के अनुसार, इस खंड में बहुविकल्पीय वस्तुनिष्ठ प्रारूप में कुल 30 प्रश्न पूछे जाते हैं। प्रत्येक प्रश्न 1 अंक का है और कोई नकारात्मक अंकन नहीं होता  है। ये जो question पेपर 2 CDP का है

CTET 2021 CDP Question Paper 30 December 2021

CTET 2021 CDP Question Paper 30 December 2021


1. Which stage of development is characterized by lot of harmonal changes and an active
search for identity?

Options :
1. Adolescence 2. Infancy 3. Early childhood 4. Middle childhood

2. Assertion (A): Language development takes place only during infancy and hence adequate stimulation should be given only till infancy.

Reason (R): Negative environment during early years do not have any long term consequences. Choose the correct option. .
Options :
1. Both (A) and (R) are true and (R) is the correct explanation of (A).
2. Both (A) and (R) are true but (R) is not the correct explanation of (A).
3. (A) is true but (R) is false. 4. Both (A) and (R) are false.

3. Which of the following statements about development are correct?
(i) There are individual differences in the rate of development
(ii) Cognitive development is determined solely by genetics.
(iii) Development follows a predictable pattern.
(iv) All domains of development are inter-related
Options :
1. (i) (ii) (iii) 2. (i) (ii) (iv) 3. (i) (iii) (iv) 4. (i) (ii) (iii) (iv)

4. Mathematical questions involving algebraic experience and concerned with hypothetical situations are a part of elementary curriculum. This is based on the idea that adolescents are capable of performing / doing –
Options :
1. abstract thinking. 2. manipulative operations with concretes materials.
3. seriation tasks. 4. classification tasks

5. According to Jean Piaget, which of the following are the four factors that influence development?
Options :
1. maturation, activity, social experience, equilibration
2. language, culture, social interactions, peers
3. positive and negative reinforcement; presentation and removal punishment
4. observation, attention, retention, memory

6. Significant difference in Lev Vygotsky’s and Jean Piaget’s theory is about –
Options :
1. the constructive / objective role of children in the process of meaning- making.
2. understanding children as active / passive begins.
3. the relationship between language and thought.
4. understanding that learning is a simple/ complex process.

7. Lev Vygotsky believed that
Options :
1. The main goal of education is filling students’ memories with facts.
2. children learn primary by acting alone and discovering cognitive concepts.
3. learning is constructive as well as a collaborative process.
4. learning takes place primarily when children associate stimulus with a response.

8. Lawhrence Kohlberg –
Options :
1. did not refer to Piaget’s theory of moral development.
2. proposed six stages of moral development organised into two general levels.
3. conducted research on children by presenting them with a hypothetical situation – ‘Heinz
4. argues that morality in girls and boys progresses differently in the course of their
cognitive development.

9. In a progressive classroom a teacher would –
(i) always keep the class by being didactic
(ii) give importance to learner’s previous knowledge and experience
(iii) focus solely on extrinsic motivation
(iv) encourage learners to think critically
Options :
1. (iii) (iv) 2. (ii) (iv) 3. (ii) (iii) 4. (i) (iv)

10. Assessment should be reported in such a manner that –
Options :
1. it reflects what the student cannot do
2. it specifies the student’s performance in comparison to the others
3. it details what and how the student has been learning
4. it describe the student with appropriate labels such as slow learner, intelligent etc.

11. What should the holistic 360 degree multidimensional progress card proposed in the National education Policy 2020 reflect?
Options :
1. Comparison of the student performance with the marks across the state.
2. Progress of the learners in the cognitive, affective and psychomotor domains.
3. correct identification and labelling of the student in an eight point grade scale as per her cognitive capabilities.
4. Problem areas in the students’ comprehension that the parents need to work upon.

12. Textbook depiction of women with feminine traits such as ‘nurturing’, ‘caring’ and emotional are an example of –
Options :
1. portrayal of innate abilities of women 2. gender bias
3. gender equality 4. gender equity

13. Critical thinking among students can be assessed by :
Options :
1. testing their recall abilities 2. analysing their interpretation skills
3. measuring their speed of copying 4. calculating their accuracy of spellings

14. According to Lev Vygotsky, which of the following factor does not influence learning?
Options :
1. Stimulus – Response association 2. Scaffolding
3. Language 4. Social interaction

15. In the light of contemporary theories of intelligence such as that of Howard Gardner, which of the following statements is NOTcorrect?
Options :
1. Intelligence can be accurately predicted by administering standardized tests.
2. Intelligence comprises of several independent intelligences.
3. Intelligence is a complex interplay of heredity and environmental factors.
4. Intelligence can be nurtured by providing appropriate stimulating environment.

16. How should a teacher support first – generation school goers who come from marginalized communities?
Options :
1. Ask them to seek private tuitions after school.
2. Encourage them to participate in classroom activities by providing appropriate scaffolding.
3. Give them a lot of complex worksheets as homework.
4. Induce fear of failure in them to make them work hard.

17. The purpose of inclusive education is_________.
Options :
1. isolation of learners with special needs
2. special education of learners with special needs
3. to bring the students with special needs up to the grade level of students without special
4. to ensure that all learners have a right to get education in a regular school system

18 . What does inclusive education entail?
Options :
1. Flexibility in the curriculum as a result of recognition of individual differences
2. Segregation of students on the basis of their abilities 3. Standard curriculum for all learners
4. Provisioning of only vocational education to learners with special needs

19. What are the identifying characteristics of learners with Dyslexia?
Options :
1. Struggle with word recognition , decoding and spelling
2. Inattention, hyperactivity and impulsivity
3. Originality, fluency, flexibility
4. Difficulty in muscle control, movement and coordination

20. Which of the following traits is not an identifying characteristic of children who are gifted?
Options :
1. Persistent mastery – oriented behaviour
2. Highly superior social skills and maturity as compared to their peers
3. Independent problem solving 4. Intellectual curiosity

21. During discussion on plants, a teacher noticed that several students have misconceptions related to this concept. In this context the teacher should –
Options :
1. help students identify their misconceptions and reconstruct their understanding
2. punish students for carrying such misconceptions and leave the topic at this moment
3. point out the misconceptions straight forwardly and give correct information to rote memorize
4. label them as ‘intellectually inferior’ and recommend them for special education

22. Assertion (A): To develop critical thinking in learners, a teacher brings several newspapers mentioning the ‘same news’ and encourage students to discuss it in groups.

Reason (R): Textbook can be the only source of knowledge in a middle grades. choose the correct option.
Options :
1. Both (A) and (R) are true and (R) is the correct explanation of (A).
2. Both (A) and (R) are true and (R) is not the correct explanation of (A).
3. (A) is true but (R) is false.
4. Both (A) and (R) are false.

23. A middle school teacher –
Options :

1. Should point out the error to the learner to show what a failure she is.
2. Tell about the error the learner has made to the entire class to humiliate her.
3. Give learners opportunities to identify their own errors and work upon them.
4. Shame the learners so that they don’t make any errors in future.

24. Should competition be used as a motivator to enhance learning?
Options :
1. Yes, it helps to compare performance with peers.
2. No, it creates a negative ethos in classroom through unnecessary social comparisons based on ability.
3. Yes, it motivates students to do better than others.
4. No, it can only be used for students with special needs.

25. Which of the following requires metacognitive capacities?
Options : 1. describing steps of an experiment.
2. reflecting on one’s own strategies of solving a problem.
3. repeating the prescribed procedure of a mathematical operation.
4. recalling textbook definitions of phenomenon.

26. Teachers must build students capacities for problem-solving by –
Options :
1. discouraging questioning 2. prohibiting use of analogies
3. focusing on providing all the solutions to avoid challenges
4. promoting articulation of the students’ problem solving methods.

27. In a classroom built on socio-constructive framework –
Options :
1. Children listen passively while the teachers teaches
2. Material is meant only for display
3. Seating arrangement changes according to the activity.
4. Assessment is undertaken as a separate activity from learning.

28. Which of the following factors would enhance meaningful learning and encourage learners to take challenging tasks?
Options :
1. Teacher’s positive beliefs in the ability of learners
2. Highly competitive classroom ethos with focus on individual achievement
3. An environment that focus on shame and fear to increase performance
4. offer materialistic rewards at each step in problem solving

29. Which emotion would discourage students from learning?
Options :
1. Pride 2. Joy 3. Hope 4. Boredom
30. If students are not taking interests is your teaching , then you will –
Options :
1. Ignore them and continue teaching 2. Leave the class and complain to their parents
3. Punish them for not paying attention
4. Reflect upon your teaching methods and will try alternative methods.

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