Pedagogical Issues (CTET Paper-I Environmental Studies): Questions 26 - 28 of 115

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Question number: 26

» Pedagogical Issues » Activities

Appeared in Year: 2014

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Which one of the following is not a suitable activity at primary stage to sensitive students to the concept of conservation of trees? – (February)

Choices

Choice (4) Response
a.

Showing children storage of logs of wood

b.

Encouraging every student to adopt a tree and look after it

c.

Organizing a poster-making competition on trees

d.

Organizing a slogan writing competition on trees

Question number: 27

» Pedagogical Issues » Learning Principles

Appeared in Year: 2014

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Question

Here in fig. I, a 24-hour clock is shown and in fig. II and fig. III, sleeping times of two animals X and Y are shown by shaded portions. Select the correct statement about the sleeping times of X and Y: - (February)

Three clocks showing 24 hours

Three Clocks Showing 24 Hours

Showing three clocks and second and third clock showing sleeping time of two animals

Choices

Choice (4) Response
a.

X sleeps for 4 hours while Y sleeps for 18 hours

b.

X sleeps for 18 hours while Y sleeps for 4 hours

c.

X sleeps for 4 hours while Y sleeps for 20 hours

d.

X sleeps for 20 hours while Y sleeps for 18 hours

Question number: 28

» Pedagogical Issues » Approaches of Presenting Concepts

Appeared in Year: 2015

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Question

Which one of the following strategies seems most appropriate for teaching maps to primary graders? – (February)

Choices

Choice (4) Response
a.

Drawing of the map by the teacher on the blackboard and asking learners to locate different places

b.

Showing an atlas to learners and asking them to locate different places

c.

Instructing learners to bring the map of India from their home

d.

Facilitating learners to construct maps of their immediate surroundings by using their own symbol and focusing on relative position and direction of things

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