**1. Which evaluation involves gathering information about the student’s errors, reasons for those errors, depth of conceptual understanding and effective means of intervention?**

**A. Diagnostic evaluation**

B. formative evaluation

C. prognostic evaluation

D. summative evaluation

**2. “In a triangle, if two sides are equal, then the angles opposite to equal sides have equal measures.” The inverse of this theorem will be-**

A. in a triangle, if the angles opposite sides have equal measures, then two sides are equal

B. in a triangle, if its measures of angles opposite to two sides are not equal, then the two sides are not equal

**C. in a triangle, if two sides are not equal, then the angles opposite to these two sides does not have equal measures**

D. all of the above

**3. In reference to difference between teaching of Mathematics and teaching of Science, the wrong statement is-**

A. in teaching of science, the results are validated through experiments; in teaching of mathematics experimentation are the means to verify some of the probable results

B. Mathematics is a man-made universe while Science is a natural one

C. teaching of science involves only deductive process while teaching of mathematics involves a combination of both inductive and deductive processes

**D. teaching of Mathematics starts with undefined terms, defined terms, axioms, theorems while teaching of science starts with well-defined terms**

**4. Read the following problem given in a textbook for class VII.**

**“A map is given with a scale of 2cm=1000 km. What is the actual distance between two places, if the distance on the map is 2.5 cm?” This problem is-**

A. investigatory in nature

B. based on higher order thinking skills

C. to enhance problem solving skills

**D. interdisciplinary in nature**

**5. According to NCF 2005, school Mathematics takes place in a situation where-**

A. children are listeners and the teacher is an active narrator

B. children are involved in chorus drill of formulae and pressure of performance in examination

**C. Mathematics is part of children’s life experience**

D. children are forced to learn all concepts by daily practice

**6. In class VI, teacher gave a topic for debate as Formative Assessment task. “Hindu-Arabic numerals are more powerful than Roman Numerals.”**

**Objective of this Formative Assessment activity is to assess-**

A. creativity

B. understanding

C. knowledge

**D. analysis**

**7. In a Mathematics classroom, emphasis is placed on-**

A. problem solving strategies

**B. mathematical content, process and reasoning**

C. mathematical content

D. mathematical algorithms and processes

**8. The term, “Mathematical Tools” refers to-**

A. physical material like geo-board and 3 D models, cubic rods etc

**B. all types of materials including language, written symbols and meaningful instructions to establish their purpose**

C. calculators, rulers, tape measures, protractors, compass etc

D. charts based on formulae and concepts, graph papers, dotted sheet etc

**9. CBSE announced the celebration of “Ganit Week” in schools to commemorate the birth anniversary of the legendary mathematician, Srinivasa Ramanujan. Ganit stands for-**

**A. growing aptitude in numerical innovations and training**

B. growing aptitude in numerical innovations and techniques

C. growing ability in numerical innovations and techniques

D. growing ability in numerical innovations and training

**10. Four stages of language development in Mathematics classroom in order are-**

**A. everyday language→mathematized situation language→language of Mathematics problem solving→symbolic language**

B. everyday language→symbolic language→language of Mathematics problem solving→ mathematized situation language

C. everyday language→language of Mathematics problem solving→ mathematized situation language →symbolic language

D. everyday language→ language of Mathematics problem solving→ symbolic language→mathematized situation language