Pedagogical Issues (CTET (Central Teacher Eligibility Test) PaperI Math): Questions 127  129 of 135
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Question number: 127
» Pedagogical Issues » Nature of Mathematics
Appeared in Year: 2012
Question
Shailja can express a number in different ways. For example 4 = 2 + 2 or 4 = 1 + 3 etc. In which developmental phase of numbers is she? – (November)
Choices
Choice (4)  Response  

a.  Operating phase 

b.  Quantifying phase 

c.  Partitioning phase 

d.  Factoring phase 

Question number: 128
» Pedagogical Issues » Nature of Mathematics
Appeared in Year: 2012
Question
Hamida always allows her students to observe the number pattern and to form conjectures on their own in order to enhance their mathematical abilities. She wrote the following problems on board and asked the students to write the answers:
Through the set of questions she wants the students to observe that – (November)
Choices
Choice (4)  Response  

a.  As one divisor is decreased by 10 and the other is increased by power of 10, the product remains same 

b.  If both the divisor and the dividend are decreased by power of 10, the quotient is also decreased by the power of 10 

c.  As one factor is divided by 10 and the other is multiplied by 10, the product remains same 

d.  If both the divisor and the dividend are increased or decreased by power of 10, the quotient remains the same 

Question number: 129
» Pedagogical Issues » Community Mathematics
Appeared in Year: 2015
Question
National Curriculum Framework, 2005 recommends that teaching of mathematics at primary level should focus on: (September)
Choices
Choice (4)  Response  

a.  Helping students to connect classroom learning with everyday life. 

b.  Preparation for higher mathematics. 

c.  Helping students to acquire international standards in learning of mathematics. 

d.  Abstract concepts of mathematics. 
