METHODS OF CHILDHOOD EDUCATION QUESTION PAPERS

METHODS OF CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
PRE PRIMARY EXAMINATION QUESTION PAPERS
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I. Answer the following : 3 × 15 = 45
1. What is meant by physical development ? Explain briefly any four
activities for physical development.
2. What is socialisation ? Explain briefly any four activities which help
in the socialisation of the child.
3. Language cannot be the medium of instruction in the pre-primary
school. Why ? What are the objectives of pre-primary school ?
II. How would you organise the following ? 3 × 5 = 15
1. Pet corner for emotional development.
2. Nature ramble for the development of scientific thinking.
3. A storytelling session.

III. Write short notes on any three of the following : 3 × 5 = 15
1. Improvised play materials
2. Dolls corner
3. Clay work
4. Sand play.
IV. Give reasons for the following : 5 × 2 = 10
1. Indoor activity is followed by outdoor activity.
2. There should be full scope for free play in Nursery school.
3. Habit formation should be developed from early childhood.
4. Environment of the child is all important in pre-primary schools.
5. Children should not be engaged in one activity for a long time.
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V. Write the educational values for the following : 5 × 1 = 5
1. Water play
2. Action song
3. Finger printing
4. Group games
5. Paper folding.
VI. Write whether the following statements are True or False : 5 × 1 = 5
1. Aids taken into the classroom should be learning aids for children
and not teaching aids for teachers.
2. Attention span of pre-primary children is twenty-five minutes.
3. 'How' and 'why' questions arouse curiosity in the children.
4. The writing implements used by small children should be soft and
thick.
5. Same story can be narrated to all the children.
VII. Match the following : 5 × 1 = 5
A B
1. Throwing a) Social development
2. Threading the beads b) Physical development
3. Prayer c) Language development
4. Group activity d) Moral development
5. Conversation e) Scientific concept
f) Mathematical concept.