1. Learning objectives for fourth grade students is given as: “Students are able to order and compare two decimal numbers up to two decimal places”. This learning objective refers to –
A. process goal
B. disposition goal
C. social goal
D. content goal
2. Which one of the following manipulative tools is required to develop geometrical concepts of “symmetry” and “reflection” in class IV?
A. beads string
B. dot paper
D. two sided counter
3. A debate was conducted in mathematics period of class V on “Zero is the most powerful number”. This activity encourages the child to –
A. analyze and communicate
B. write numbers containing
C. solve problems containing numbers ending with zero
D. collaborate with friends
4. If a learner is having problem with numbers and calculations he may be having disability known as –
D. visual-spatial organization disability
5. Which one of the following questions is open ended?
A. How will you multiply 15 by 3?
B. Use number line to find 3 times 15.
C. Write any two numbers whose product is 45
D. none of these
6. Some students of class II, face difficulty in the addition of two digit numbers involving “carrying over”?
Reason behind this problem is lack of:
A. interest in mathematics
B. understanding the importance of zero
C. understanding of regrouping process
D. understanding of difference between face value and place value
7. Which one of the following is an important characteristics of a good mathematics textbook at primary level ?
A. it should only contains numerous exercise to give rigorous practice
B. concepts should be introduced through contexts
C. it must be thick and large
D. it should be attractive and colorful
8. If a learner is able to perform the four basic operations on whole numbers, fractions and decimal numbers, the learner is at –
A. partitioning phase
B. operating phase
C. quantifying phase
D. factoring phase
9. NCF 2005 recommends that teaching of mathematics at primary level should focus on –
A. preparation for higher mathematics
B. helping students to acquire international standards in learning of mathematics
C. abstract concepts of mathematics
D. helping students to connect classroom learning with everyday life
10. A teacher gives 36 tiles to students of class IV and asks them to arrange them in all possible rectangles. Which one of the following concepts cannot be addressed by using this activity?