Pedagogical Issues (CTET (Central Teacher Eligibility Test) Paper-I Math): Questions 39 - 41 of 135

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Question number: 39

» Pedagogical Issues » Evaluation

Appeared in Year: 2014

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Question

The following word problem was given to a child of class IV:

Mumbai has 336 bus stops. Delhi has 127 more bus stops than Mumbai. How many bus stops are there in all, in Delhi?

The child’s response to the above problem is recorded as –

Total bus stops in Delhi are

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

The child is good at visualizing and analyzing and his problem solving ability is appreciable

b.

The child has not adopted the right procedure. He needs to practice more

c.

The child is not able to write all steps required properly

d.

The child can find the answer correctly but his expression is poor

Question number: 40

» Pedagogical Issues » Diagnostic and Remedial Teaching

Appeared in Year: 2015

MCQ▾

Question

It is important to conduct mathematical recreational activities and challenging geometrical puzzles in the class as (February)

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

They are helpful to enhance spatial and analytical ability of every learner

b.

They bring students out of the monotonous and boring routines of mathematical classroom

c.

They can create interest in low achievers and slow learners in mathematics

d.

They give space to gifted learners

Question number: 41

» Pedagogical Issues » Evaluation

MCQ▾

Question

A teacher asks Reena of class VI about the perimeter of a figure. She also asked her to explain the solution in her words. Reena was able to solve the problem correctly and also able to explain it. This reflects that Reena is having

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Good understanding of concept of perimeter and good verbal ability

b.

Lower language proficiency and higher order mathematical proficiency

c.

Poor confidence level and poor mathematical skills

d.

Lower language proficiency and lower order mathematical proficiency

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