Fundamentals of social pedagogy

Ministry of Education of the Republic of Belarus

educational institution

“Vitebsk State University

Them. P.M. Masherova”

TESTS FOR THE COURSE

“Pedagogical foundations of social work”

For specialties: 1-86 01 01 Social work. Direction of specialty

1-86 01 01-02 Social work. Direction of specialty

“socio-medico-psychological activity”.

Vitebsk 2010

Author: Associate Professor of the Department of Social and Pedagogical Work of the Educational Establishment “Voronezh State University

P.M. Masherov”, candidate of pedagogical sciences G. A. Kachan;

Section 1. Theoretical – methodological

foundations of social pedagogy

1. How did the science of social pedagogy stand out from:

1) pedagogy

2) philosophy

3) sociology

4) theories of social work

2. The branch of pedagogy that studies social education as a social institution, i.e. education of all age groups and social categories of people, carried out both in organizations specially created for this, and in those for which education is not the main function – this is:

1) social work theory

2) pedagogy

3) social pedagogy

4) correctional pedagogy

3. Social pedagogy is:

1) The branch of pedagogy that studies social education as a social institution

2) the science of human education

3) the science of raising and educating children with developmental problems

4) the branch of pedagogy that considers the theoretical and practical problems of teaching and educating adults

4. As a scientific theory, social pedagogy has its own:

1) object and methods of research

2) object and subject, functions

3) object and subject of research, categorical apparatus, patterns and principles, functions

4) subject, forms, means, functions.

5. The term “social pedagogy” was first proposed by:

1) Ya. A. Comenius

2) A. Diesterweg

3) J.J. Rousseau

4) P. Natorp

6. The subject of social pedagogy is:

1) patterns and mechanisms of mental development of the child

2) patterns of education and upbringing of the child

3) patterns of socialization of the child

4) patterns of child learning

7. The development of goals for improving socio-pedagogical processes that create favorable conditions for the development and self-realization of the individual is

1) theoretical and cognitive function of social pedagogy

2) applied function of social pedagogy

3) humanistic function of social pedagogy

4) socio-integrative function of social pedagogy

8. This function of social pedagogy consists in the accumulation of knowledge, the formation of the most complete scientific picture of the phenomena and processes studied by it, and their explanation. Choose the correct answer.

1) theoretical and cognitive function

2) applied function

3) humanistic function

4) socio-integrative function

9. This function of social pedagogy is associated with the search for ways and means, conditions for effective influence on the process of socialization in the organizational-pedagogical and psychological-pedagogical aspects:

1) theoretical and cognitive function

2) applied function

3) humanistic function

4) socio-integrative function

10. Social pedagogy by nature is:

1) a fundamental branch of knowledge

2) an integrative branch of knowledge

3) applied branch of knowledge

4) natural science

11. The author of the book “Social Pedagogy”, published in 1898 in Germany, is:

1) A. Diesterweg

2) K. Mager

3) P. Natorp

4) G. Beumer

12. A number of founders of social pedagogy considered helping disadvantaged children to be the subject of her research. This is:

1) A. Diesterweg, G. Nol, G. Beumer

2) A. Diesterweg, P. Natorp., J. Mead.

3) P. Natorp, K. Mager, F. Schliper

4) R. Steiner

13. Social pedagogy as a science that studies the problem of the educational forces of society in order to increase the cultural level of the people was considered

1) A. Diesterweg, G. Nol, G. Beumer

2) A. Diesterweg, P. Natorp., J. Mead.

3) P. Natorp, K. Mager, F. Schliper

4) R. Steiner

14. In relation to social work, social pedagogy acts as:

1) social work methodology

2) social work technology

3) related branch of knowledge

4) the pedagogical component of social work

15 . Reflection in a generalized form of the phenomena and events of reality, the connections between them by fixing their general and specific features and properties:

1) category

2) term

3) principle

4) concepts

16. The most common fundamental concepts for this system of scientific knowledge:

1) category

2) term

3) principle

4) concept

17. The concepts and categories of social pedagogy can be divided into:

1) own categories and borrowed

2) common and own

3) categories of pedagogy and sociology

4) general and specific

18. A person as a member of society in the unity of his individual psychological and social characteristics is:

1) the subject of social pedagogy

2) the subject of social pedagogy

3) a means of social pedagogy

4) the object of social pedagogy

19. What category of social pedagogy is your own:

1) development

2) formation

3) social education

4) education

20. What category of social pedagogy is borrowed:

1) social educator

2) social learning

3) training

4) social education

21. A special type of social and pedagogical activity, which is carried out in a real environment and involves work, both with the individual and the environment, is:

1) upbringing

2) educational activities

3) social rehabilitation activities

4) socio-pedagogical activity

22. The systematic creation of conditions for a relatively purposeful development and spiritual value orientations of a person in the process of his socialization is:

1) social learning

2) social prevention

3) social education

4) education

23. Social education is:

1) technology of inclusion of the younger generation in the social environment

2) the formation of the child’s social skills and abilities

3) one of the areas of education along with moral, aesthetic, physical and other areas

4) a purposeful process of formation of socially significant qualities, value orientations of a person necessary for successful socialization

24. The purposeful process of transferring social knowledge and the formation of social skills that contribute to the socialization of the child is called:

1) learning

2) education

3) social learning

4) social education

25. The process of including a person in real practice, acquiring social qualities, mastering social experience and realizing one’s own essence through the performance of certain social roles is called:

1) socialization

2) social education

3) social adaptation

4) upbringing

26. The main starting points that follow from the laws established by science and which express the requirements for the content, methods, organization of the socio-pedagogical process:

1) tricks

2) rules

3) patterns

4) principles

27. Who first formulated the principle of conformity to nature:

1) Ya.A. Comenius

2) A. Diesterweg

3) J. J. Rousseau

4) K.D. Ushinskiy

28. Social education must be consistent with the general laws of the development of nature and man, based on the laws of the natural, natural development of the child – these are:

1) the principle of cultural conformity

2) the principle of natural conformity

3) the principle of humanism

4) the principle of complementarity in social education

29. Who was the first to formulate the principle of cultural conformity:

1) Ya.A. Comenius

2) J.J. Rousseau

3) A. Diesterweg

4) J. Locke.

30. Social education should be based on the universal values of culture and be built in accordance with the values, norms, traditions of a particular national, regional culture that do not contradict universal values – these are:

1) the principle of cultural conformity

2) the principle of natural conformity

3) the principle of humanism

4) the principle of complementarity in social education

31. What principle of social pedagogy is based on the recognition of the value of the child as a person, his right to freedom, protection and protection of health, life:

1) the principle of cultural conformity

2) the principle of natural conformity

3) the principle of humanism

4) the principle of complementarity in social education

32. What principle of social pedagogy considers social education as one of the factors of development, along with natural, social, cultural factors.

1) the principle of cultural conformity

2) the principle of natural conformity

3) the principle of collectivity of social education

4) the principle of complementarity in social education

33. According to this principle, social education should be aimed at creating conditions for the development of the individual, based on its priority over the group and the team:

1) the principle of humanism

2) the principle of complementarity in social education

3) the principle of centering social education on personality development

4) the principle of natural conformity

34. When for the first time ideas and traditions of taking into account social factors in the process of education and training are born abroad.

1) in the conditions of the primitive communal system

2) in the ancient world

3) during the Renaissance

4) during the Age of Enlightenment

35. Which of the philosophers of antiquity expressed the idea that education leads to the possession of wisdom, i.e. three such gifts as to think well, speak well and do well:

1) Aristotle

2) Plato

3) Socrates

4) Democritus

36. The founder of the doctrine of the “good nature” of man:

1) Democritus

2) Socrates

3) Aristotle

4) Plato

37. Which of the philosophers of antiquity denied the role of family education, especially in the education of children of the ruling class:

1) Aristotle

2 ) Plato

3) Socrates

4) Democritus

38. Who first put forward the idea of the need for the unity of the physical, mental and moral development of a person:

1 ) Aristotle

2 ) Plato

3) Socrates

4) Democritus

39. In what era is the ideology of humanism and the liberation of man from class dependence approved:

1) the era of antiquity

2) the era of the early Middle Ages

3) Renaissance

4) Enlightenment

40. In what work Ya.A. Comenius substantiated his concept of pampedia, i.e. continuous mastery of every person throughout life by universal wisdom:

1) Maternal school

2) Great didactics

3) General Council for the Correction of Human Affairs

4) The labyrinth of light and the paradise of the heart

41. The glory of a noble ascetic in the upbringing of the humiliated and offended, the “father of orphans” was entrenched behind him:

1) Ya.A. Comenius

2) J.J. Rousseau

3) I.G. Pestalozzi

4) A. Diesterweg

42. opposed authoritarian education, proposed the theory of natural and free education:

1) Ya.A. Comenius

2) J.J. Rousseau

3) I.G. Pestalozzi

4) A. Diesterweg

43. In what era, abroad, the idea is affirmed that training and education are powerful creative and transforming factors in the development of society and its reorganization:

1) the era of the early Middle Ages

2) Renaissance

3 ) Enlightenment

4) at the end of the 19th century

44. In the monuments of pedagogical culture of the XI-XII centuries. reflected

ideas of social conditioning of education. Eliminate the wrong answer.

1) “Instructions” by V. Monomakh to children “

2) “Izbornik 1073”,

3) “Domostroy”

4) “Izbornik 1076”

45. When the methodological foundations of “environmental pedagogy” begin to be developed in domestic pedagogy:

1) at the beginning of the XIX century.

2) at the end of the XIX century.

3) in the 20-30s. 20th century

4) in the 80-90s. 20th century

46. Who first developed and put into practice the concept of the school – the center of education in the social environment.

1) P. Lesgaft

2 ) S.T. Shatsky

3) A.S. Makarenko

4) V.A. Sukhomlinsky

47. Made a huge contribution to the theory and practice of educating difficult teenagers:

1) K.D. Ushinsky

2) A.S. Makarenko

3) V.A. Sukhomlinsky

4) A.V. Mudrik

48.Belarusian scientists and practitioners developing the problems of social pedagogy. Eliminate the wrong answer.

1) Levko A.I.

2) Mudrik A.V.

3) Nikonchuk A.S.

4) Martynova V.V.

49. The social world surrounding a person, which includes the material and spiritual conditions for the formation, existence, development and activity of people, inextricably linked with the social relations in which these people are involved, is:

1) social environment

2) society

3) educational environment

4) cultural environment

50. The process of quantitative and qualitative changes that occur in the anatomical and physiological maturation of a person, in the improvement of his nervous and mental spheres, in his cognitive, creative activity:

1) socialization

2) development

3) education

4) formations

51. The process of mastering the ways of interacting with people, correcting and forming attitudes in this area is called:

1) mental development

2) physical development

3) social development

4) mental development

52. One of the most fruitful and intensive periods of the child’s accumulation of social experience, the formation of physical functions, mental properties and processes, the expansion of the emotional repertoire:

1) infancy proper

2) early childhood

3) primary school age

4) adolescence

53. A positive neoplasm of this age is trust and hope. This is:

1) the period of early infancy

2) infancy proper

3) early childhood

4) primary school age

54. This is a period when children adapt to new social conditions, their social circle expands significantly, they try on adult roles and feel the need for real relationships:

1) infancy proper

2) early childhood

3) primary school age

4) adolescence

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