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Child Development Questions and Answers|ICDS Supervisor Kerala Study Materials

 Child Development Questions and Answers|ICDS Supervisor Kerala Study Materials

Child Development Questions & Answers

1. Which of the following statements is true?

(a) Human infants are born with a culture.

(b) Human infants come into the world ready to learn a culture but are not born with one. Human infant are not born with culture but enter the world ready to learn culture.

(c) Socialisation and acculturation are synonymous.

(d) (b) and (c) are true.

2. The general process of acquiring culture

is referred to as _____________.

(a) socialisation

(b) acculturation

(c) internalisation

(d) None of the above

3. Socialisation helps us to learn

(a) the role we have to play in future.

(b) the culture’s norms.

(c) the language.

(d) All of the above

4. Which of the following statements is true?

(a) Socialisation plays no part in personality formation in individuals.

(b) Heteronormous societies follow some shared norms.

(c) Successful socialisation can result in uniformity within a society.

(d) (b) and (c) are true.

5. Ram is not socialised like the other members of his society. He will be

known as being ________________.

(a) mentally ill

(b) deviant

(c) abnormal or odd

(d) All of the above

6. Socialisation begins

(a) at the time when an individual is conceived.

(b) at birth or shortly after that.

(c) at the stage of nursery school.

(d) when children reach puberty and are able to understand the reasons for society’s rules.

7. Which of the following is true of socialisation?

(a) Early childhood is the most significant time of socialisation.

(b) Socialisation stops on attaining adulthood as we would then have learnt our culture.

(c) All cultures use the same techniques to socialise their children.

(d) Socialisation can only be done through education.

8. Who is mostly involved directly in the socialisation of children around the world?

(a) Adult men 20–40 years of age

(b) Grandparents

(c) Women and girls

(d) Teachers

9. The influence of the family as a social agent is eventually replaced by _____________.

(a) professionals

(b) neighbours

(c) peer groups

(d) None of the above

10. Where does the agent of socialisation conduct activities?

(a) Communities (b) Peer groups

(c) Categories (d) Media

11. According to Jean Piaget, at what stage do children develop the ability to use symbols?

(a) Formal operational

(b) Concrete operational

(c) Pre-operational

(d) Sensorimotor

12. According to this chapter, socialisation is significant because ______________.

(a) it ensures that we are bound by

the rules of society

(b) it allows us to overcome our innate biological instincts

(c) it facilitates the learning of male and female roles in society

(d) it shapes our identity and self

13. Piaget’s stages of development can be modified by

(a) experiences a child has in society.

(b) psychoanalysis.

(c) factors associated with biology.

(d) the influence of the mass media.

14. Mohit talks a lot at school but not at home. This may be because

(a) the teacher pressures the learner.

(b) the school provides space to talk a lot.

(c) Mohit is not happy at home.

(d) his ideas are valued at school.

15. Om Prakash, a teacher of class 10, involves his students in various group

activities. This process will facilitate the student’s learning and also help in

(a) socialisation.

(b) value education.

(c) aggression.

(d) individualisation.

16. Raman is an economically deprived child in your class and he is generally

not seen to be very active. What will you do to make him participate

in all activities that take place in class?

(a) You will show examples of other learners who are doing well and

assure Raman that he can also do well if he makes an effort.

(b) You will insist that he has to participate since you have high expectations

of him.

(c) You will show faith in his ability and capacity.

(d) You will scold him for his non-participatory


17. What is the meaning of socialisation

with reference to education?

(a) Rejecting social norms

(b) Adaptation and adjustment with

social environment

(c) Simply following social norms

(d) Developing social norms

18. Learners should be encouraged to

interact with peers so that

(a) the course can be completed early.

(b) the teacher can control the class.

(c) learners acquire cooperative

learning and social skills.

(d) learners can get to know each


19. School textbooks socialise you through

(a) content.

(b) exercises.

(c) examples.

(d) All of the above

20. Ramit is a teacher of class 6 and always

wants his students should come to

class regularly on time and do their

work properly. Ramit should

(a) model his behaviour on the same lines as what he is expecting from his learners.

(b) scold learners for inappropriate work.

(c) punish learners for late coming.

(d) complain to the principal about his student’s behaviour.

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