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Science Pedagogy Quiz For CTET Exam 2017

Science Pedagogy Quiz For CTET Exam 2017_30.1

1. Which of the following will be included in process skill of science?
A. measurement
B. formulating hypothesis
C. inferring
D. all of the above

2. Knowledge represents the lowest level of the objective of cognitive domain. Which objective comes after it?
A. application
B. understanding
C. evaluation
D. synthesis

3. Which of the following has led to the foundation of scientific method?
A. inductive method
B. deductive method
C. inductive-deductive method
D. deductive-inductive method

4. Which of the following will be the true nature of science?
A. development of theory
B. the testing of substantive hypothesis deducted from theory
C. collection of data
D. only a and b

5. Who among the following is generally recognized as the first to apply in the development of his theory of evolution using inductive-deductive method?
A. John Dewey
B. Aristotle
C. Charles Darwin
D. Francis Bacon

6. Science is based on the belief that all natural phenomenons have antecedent factor, which can be found, this assumption about science is called as-
A. parsimony
B. assumption of empiricism
C. both a and b
D. universal determinism

7. A verified generalization is called as-
A. concepts
B. scientific laws
C. facts
D. scientific methods

8. A good science education curriculum should have which of the following validity?
A. ethical
B. cognitive
C. historical and environmental
D. all of the above

9. Which of the following will be the aim of science education at upper primary level?
A. understanding the method and processes of science
B. developing a historical and developmental perspective of science
C. knowing the facts, principles of science and its application, consistent with the cognitive development
D. all of the above

10. At the upper primary stage, the child should be engaged in-
A. continuing to learn more on the environment through activities and surveys
B. working with hands to design simple technological units and modules
C. learning simple principles of science through familiar experiences
D. all of the above