# Pedagogical Issues (CTET (Central Teacher Eligibility Test) Paper-I Environmental Studies): Questions 15 - 17 of 115

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## Question number: 15

» Pedagogical Issues » CCE

Appeared in Year: 2014

MCQ▾

### Question

Neha uses the following assessment techniques in the subject of EVS for Class V:

I. Hands-on activities assessment

II. Home assignment assessment

III. Project work assessment

IV. Oral testing

Which one of the following pairs of techniques is likely to be more objective assessment? – (February)

### Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

II and IV

b.

I and IV

c.

I and II

d.

II and III

## Question number: 16

» Pedagogical Issues » Significance & Integrated EVS

Appeared in Year: 2014

MCQ▾

### Question

Poems and stories have been included in EVS textbooks for primary stage in order to – (February)

### Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Develop literary skills in students

b.

Enhance understanding of fundamental concepts

c.

Provide fun and enjoyment in learning of the subject

d.

Have a change in routine and monotony of presentation of content

## Question number: 17

» Pedagogical Issues » Activities

Appeared in Year: 2015

MCQ▾

### Question

Study the following table:

 June 2007 December 2014 Price of petrol in Rs. /liter 47.74 61.33 Price of diesel in Rs. /liter 35.21 50.51

After studying the above table, Devmeet a class V student, wrote the following in his notebook:

A. Petrol is a more expensive fuel than diesel.

B. The percentage increase in price of diesel is more than that of petrol.

C. Diesel is cheaper and that is why public transport runs on it.

D. Diesel is a cheaper fuel than petrol. People should buy diesel vehicles.

Which one of the following is correct? – (February)

### Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

B and C are inferences

b.

A and D are observations

c.

A and C are observations

d.

C and D are inferences

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