Pedagogy and Psychology (control)

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Task number 1
Prepare classification scheme methods of pedagogical activity by highlighting it: the base of the classification, the authors and the main groups of methods.
What is the fundamental difference between productive and reproductive techniques?

Task number 2
Bob entered the first grade at two years late due to illness. On the lessons he sat indifferent and with tears in his eyes looked out the window, waiting for him when my mother comes. It was felt that he was embarrassed because he is above all, all over.
How would you have included in the student team and freed him from the heavy emotions?

Task number 3
There is an opinion that without a real teacher teaching vocation, no matter how hard you try, it is still not going to. At best, you can trust "urokodatel."
Do you agree with this opinion? How do you feel about the thesis: "The vocation and talent of the teacher in his own hands, every teacher can and should create himself."

Task number 4
In terms of foreign psychologists, any consent of the person to the position of the group, following the opinion of the bulk of the members of the group defined a term such as "conformity." Therefore, training in the team, along with positive qualities, necessarily creates dependency and conformism.
Q: What is the fallacy of this statement?
In some cases, the consent of the person to the position of the group is really a manifestation of conformism and the public - an expression of genuine collectivism?

FINAL TEST (performed by all students)
1. The ancient Greek philosopher, author of the treatise "On the soul"
a. Aristotle;
b. Democritus;
c. Empedocles;
d. Plato.
2. The term psychology was proposed in 1590
a. Gokleniusom;
b. Francis Bacon;
c. René Descartes;
d. Michel de Montaigne
3. Mental reflection - is:
a. an objective reflection of the world;
b. subjective and selective reflection of the world;
c. mechanically passive reflection of the world;
d. full and complete reflection of the world.
4. The main functions of the psyche does not apply:
a. a reflection of reality;
b. regulation of behavior and activity of a living being;
c. accumulative function.
5. The term behaviorism in translation means:
a. the science of sensory perception;
b. the science of the mind of man and animals;
c. Psychology forms;
d. the science of behavior
6. The subject of psychology in psychoanalysis are:
a. evidence of conduct;
b. deep, unconscious structure of the psyche;
c. mentality, considered from the standpoint of structural integrity;
d. the mind as a system of cognitive reactions
7. "superego" (superego) in the theory of the unconscious is subject to:
a. the reality principle;
b. the pleasure principle;
c. principles of morality;
d. the principle of avoidance of displeasure.
8. Identification - is:
a. awareness of their personality;
b. likening himself to anyone;
c. the process of social adaptation;
d. acquisition of professional maturity
9. The main direction of development of the national psychology in the XX century:
10. The simplest cognitive mental processes include:
11. The term "intelligence quotient" in 1911 introduced:
12. The individual - the concept:
13. Personality - is:
14. The earliest description of temperaments by:
15. The character - is:
16. The most complete definition of pedagogy:

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17. The founder of Russian scientific pedagogy:
18. The humanization of education - is:
19. Levels of higher education in accordance with the requirements of the Bologna Process:
20. Didactic - pedagogical branch that studies:
21. Skill - is:
22. The principle of bringing up the character education:
a. It requires that the content of training reflects the current state of the science;
b. is aimed at the comprehensive development of the individual student, the formation of certain intellectual, moral and aesthetic qualities;
c. It requires consideration of age and individual characteristics of students, analyzing their actual capabilities and focus on the zone of proximal development;
d. It requires that the learning process has stimulated the students to use the acquired knowledge in solving practical problems.
23. The main disadvantage of Freudian theory:
a. underestimation of the cultural determination rights;
b. the reduction of complex experiences to a more simple;
c. exaggeration of the role of sexuality in the human psyche;
d. stereotyping of human behavior.
24. Install the appropriate cognitive mental processes:

1) feeling;
2) perception;
3) thinking;
4) memory. 1) cognitive mental process consisting in the reflection of the individual properties of objects and phenomena of the material world, as well as the internal states of the organism by direct exposure to stimuli to the corresponding receptors;
2) cognitive mental process consisting in a holistic reflection of objects, situations and events that occurs when the direct effects of physical stimuli on the receptor surface of the senses;
3) due to social, inextricably linked with speech cognitive mental process characterized by the establishment of connections and relationships between objects in the surrounding reality;
4) the cognitive process of the organization and preservation of past experience, making it possible to reuse or return to activity in the sphere of consciousness.

25. Four types of higher nervous activity, corresponding to the types of temperament, highlighted:
a. Nikolai Pirogov;
b. Sechenov;
c. Vladimir Bekhterev;
d. Ivan Petrovich Pavlov.

26.Ustanovite correspondence between types of temperament and their basic properties:
1) a choleric;
2) sanguine;
3) phlegmatic;
4) melancholic. 1) the predominance of excitation over inhibition;
2) strong, balanced, mobile nervous system;
3) a strong, well-balanced, but inertia of the nervous system;
4) weak nervous system, increased sensitivity to even mild stimuli.

27. Install the appropriate type of temperament and types of activity:
1) choleric temperament;
2) the sanguine temperament;
3) a melancholy temperament;
4) phlegmatic temperament. 1) active and risky activities (type of "warriors", "athletes");
2) organizational activity (type of "manager", "policy");
3) creative activity in science and art (type "thinkers", "artists");
4) systematic and fruitful activity (type "creators").

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