1.A portfolio of a child in geometry may include-
a.Records of classwork done by child.
b.Records of home assignment submitted by the child
c.Records of models and sketches prepared by the child
d.Records of class test and unit test performance of the child.
2.Most appropriate formative task to assess the students understanding of data analysis is-
a.Survey based projects
3.Rubrics of parameter for assessment help the teacher to design the instructional strategy. This design of lesson plan is————–
d.Project based design
4.To assess the students’ competency on solving of words problem based on addition and subtraction, rubrics of assessment are-
a.Identification of problem, performing correct operation
b.Incorrect, partially correct, completely correct
c.Comprehension of problem, identification of operation to be performed representation of problem mathematically, solution of problem and presentation of problem
d.Understanding of problem and writing of correct solution.
5.Shailja can express a number in different ways. For example 4=2+2 or 4=1+3 etc. in which development phase of number is she?
6.A child having difficulty in using a number line may have-
a.Visual memory or verbal memory barrier
b.Motor skill barrier
c.Visual processing barrier
d.Language processing barrier
7.A child can tell the place value of each digits of a three digit number. The phase of developmental stage of learning in which the child can be placed is———
8‘Recognition of patterns and their completion’ is an essential part of Mathematics curriculum at primary stage as it-
a.Helps the students in solving ‘Sudoku’ puzzles
b.Promotes creativity amongst students and helps them to understand properties of number and operation
c.Develop creativity and artistic attributes in students
d.Prepare students to take up competitive examination
9.To introduce the concept of area, a teacher can start with-
a.Calculating area of figures with the help of counting unit square
b.Explaining of formula for finding area of figures of different shapes
c.Comparing area of any figures with the help of different objects like palm, leaf, pencil, notebook etc.
d.Calculating area of a rectangle by finding length and breadth of a rectangle and using the formula for area of a rectangle.
10.Number sense in the primary school is always accompanied with developing operation sense. Which of the following statement cannot be referred as component of operation sense?
a.Determining the operation to be used in given situation
b.Recognizing that the same operation can be applied in different problem situation
c.Realizing the operations’ effects on number
d.Comparing the numbers and quantities