Q1. Which of the following has been proposed by NCF 2005 for curriculum development of science?
(a) connecting knowledge to life outside school
(b) learning towards rote methods
(c) enriching the curriculum so that it goes towards text books
(d) making examinations rigid
Q2 At the upper primary stage what should be the objective of science teaching?
(a) child should be engaged in learning & teach principles of science through familiar experiences
(b) engaging in hands on activities
(c) demonstrate attitudes and develop values of honesty and respect for themselves, others, and their shared environment.
Q3. Good science education is true to the child and true to science. This simple observation indicates which of the following validity of science curriculum?
(a) cognitive and process validity
(c) environmental validity & ethical validity
Q4. What will be the appropriate methodology of science teaching at upper primary classes?
(a) Group activities, discussion with peers
Q5. Which of the following is the innovation in science teaching?
(a) Interactive multimedia teaching process
(b)Scenario analysis based teaching
(c) Activities- teaching based on science principles
Q7.The curriculum of science of primary standard school be-
(d)All of the above
Q6. NCF-2005 recommends in evaluation
Q8. Which of the following according to NCF 2005 is considered as important tool to bridge social divides science teaching in rural areas?
(b) Science experimentation units
(d) ICT (Information and communication Technology)
Q9. Which of the following should be a adopted by science teachers in India?
(b) Enquiry skills should be supported & strengthened
(c) Greater emphasis on co-curricular and extra-curricular activities
Q10. Which is true regarding recent examination reforms in science teaching?
(a) Reduce high level of examination related stress
(b) Curb the maddening multiplicity of entrance examinations
(c) There is need for a functional and reliable system of school-based evaluation.