Q1. The National Curriculum Framework, 2005 proposes that Geography should be taught to
(a) Focus on the optimum extraction and utilization of natural resources
(b) Inculcate a critical appreciation for conservation and environmental concerns
(c) Instruct the role of diverse geographical features of India in its economic growth
(d) Guide students about the destructive effect of natural disasters on the economy of India
Q2. A method used in a Social Science classroom in which learners are asked to evaluate one another’s like ability is called as
(b) Sociometric techniques
(c) Case study
(d) Psychometric techniques
Q3. Which of the following would you recommend for peer learning in your classroom?
(b) Computer-aided learning
(c) Participation in routine activities only
(d) Visit to research laboratories
Q4. The process of deriving inferences from observable facts is called as
Q5. Which of the following constitutes the cultural capital of a student ?
(a) Monetary and financial resources
(b) Electronic equipment available for use by a student
(c) Educational background of the family
(d) Number of places that a student has visited
Q6. During teacher-education, Micro-teaching refers to which of the following?
(a) Teaching by observing the teacher-educator minutely
(b) Teaching a miniature classroom with peers role-playing as students
(c) Teaching students in small groups
(d) Teaching a small chunk of content at a time
Q7. Suppose the prescribed Social Science textbook is difficult for the students. What will you do?
(a)Provide a variety of supplementary materials
(b) Emphasize rote learning
(c) Dictate summaries of each lesson
(d) Use question-answer technique
Q8. Teacher ‘B’ is currently teaching a lesson on history of a region. What do you think ‘B’ should do?
(a) Highlight the similarities and changes in different time periods
(b) Highlight the similarities of the present with the past
(c) Highlight identities of different rulers
(d) Encourage the students to remember the main features of the period
Q9. Biases, discrimination and prejudices in the classroom could be avoided by
(a) Organizing a lecture on humanity
(b) Handing out the preamble of the Constitution
(c) Ignoring them, as children will grow out of them one day
(d) Discussing different dimensions of social realities
Q10. What kind language needs to be used in Social Science teaching?
(a) Representative of dominant groups
(d) Neutral and sensitive
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