Pedagogical Issues-Nature of Mathematics (CTET Paper-I Math): Questions 13 - 15 of 31

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Question number: 13

» Pedagogical Issues » Nature of Mathematics

Appeared in Year: 2012

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A suitable approach for explaining that a remainder is always less than the divisor to Class IV students can be- (January)

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Explain verbally to the students, several times

b.

Perform lots of division sums on the black-board and show that every time the remainder is less than the divisor

c.

Grouping of objects in multiples of divisor and showing that the number of objects, not in the group, are less than the divisor

d.

Represent division sums as mixed fractions and explain that the numerator of the fraction part is the remainder

Question number: 14

» Pedagogical Issues » Nature of Mathematics

Appeared in Year: 2012

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The concept of areas of plane figures can be introduced to the students of Class V by- (January)

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Calculating the area of a rectangle by finding length and breadth of a rectangle and using the formula for area of a rectangle

b.

Calculating the area of figures with the help of counting unit square

c.

Stating the formula for area of rectangle and square

d.

Measuring the area of any figure with the help of different objects like palm, leaf, pencil, etc.

Question number: 15

» Pedagogical Issues » Nature of Mathematics

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The concept of areas of rectangle and square can be introduced to the students of Class VII by

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Calculating the area of a rectangle by finding length and breadth of a rectangle and using the formula for area of a rectangle

b.

Measuring the area of any figure with the help of different objects like palm, leaf, pencil, etc.

c.

Calculating the area of figures with the help of counting unit square

d.

Calculating the area of a rectangle and square by finding length and breadth of both and using the formula for area

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