1. Tapping their, fingers, or rocking their chair during the lesson is hyper activity disorder to make up for
(1) inability of fallow
(2) attention deficit
(3) need to do
(4) effort to be attentive

2. Teachers and parents should counsel that adolescent physical (bodily)changes are
(1) troublesome
(2) natural and necessary to become adult
(4) not of special significance

3. In high school years, learners tend to be highly curious and display a broad array of interests, They continue to sustain
(1) all
(2) some
(3) none
(4) one

4. Intellectual development refers to the increased ability of people
(1) to understand and reason
(2) to associate with grown up youth
(3) be self-critical and withdrawn
(4) talk more and interact

5. Schools should help physical development and role justification by
(1) control in school and at home
(2) freedom to decide and act
(3) activities to express energy and capabilities
(4) imposing rules and penalty

6. One common reason for young adolescents to avoid taking part in physical activity is they become '
(1) doubtful about viewers
(2) self-conscious with body growth
(3) doubt one's own ability
(4) feel shy of others

7. The ability to think about one's own thinking is
(1) cognition
(2) meta-cognition
(3) introspection
(4) incubation

8. In high school years, students begin to develop ability
(1) to set up and test hypothesis
(2) to operate concrete logic
(3) to solve problems
(4) to improve concrete perception

9. confirming whether an object is an example or non-example of a property of a class is a way to concept formation. This approach was developed by
(1) J.S.Bruner
(2) J.C.Flanagan
(3) Mitchell
(4) B.S.Bloom

10. Learners construct meaning mostly from what they
(1) are tought
(2) see in real life
(3) believe and understand
(4) read and grasp

11. Adolescents tend to be indealistic and posses a strong sense of fairness. Parents and teachers have to prevent fight over their
(1) intense likes and dislikes
(2) sense of help and sacrifce
(3) pursuring study, sport and talents
(4) sense of right and wrong

12. Emotionally charged situations trigger young adolescents most often to resort
(1) risky decisions with negative consequences
(2) escape from situation
(3) retaliatory action
(4) fear and losing self-confidence

13. In moral development, youth move from blanket accepteance of adult moral judgment to judgment based on
(1) personal values
(2) practicality
(3) other's needs
(4) group values

14. In skinner box, the hungry rat's frantic natural movement nearing the liver is first reinforced by a pellet of food. Moving near the lever is
(1) an operant behavior
(2) conditioned response
(3) reinforcing stimulus
(4) a relevant response

15. The reason for non-availability of computer education in all schools of the state
(1) Govt. not interested
(2) financial and management problems in schools
(3) lack of computer teachers
(4) mismatch between computer lessons and lessons in the textbooks

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