There's no set rules on how you should play hands. It all depends on your opponents and position. However;
UTG limps for 2c, you're UTG +1 and you raise to 8c, next noob with a 10BB stack shoves. Folds to UTG who flat calls, then to you...
Firstly, what do you think UTG limps with? Then what do you think he flats a 3b with? Would he play AK/AA/KK/QQ like this? Undoubtedly the answer is no, so yes you should be 4betting pre to isolate the 10BB shove noob.
Norman here, I'd now ask you what you think 10BB guys shove range is, but bc he only had 10BB he won't really have one, and you can know that most of the time your premium pair is going to be crushing his range