1. Which one of the following statements about scientific knowledge would you not agree with?
A. scientific knowledge is theory laden
B. scientific knowledge is absolute, certain and eternal
C. development of scientific knowledge involves imagination and creativity
D. scientific knowledge is socially and culturally embedded
2. A teacher frames a learning objective as- “Making a device using simple electric circuit.”
This learning objective is matching with which cognitive process?
3. Which one among the following is not a desirable aim of science education at upper primary level?
A. to know the facts and principles of science and its application
B. to gain the knowledge available through memorizing the content and process of science
C. to imbibe the values of honesty, integrity and cooperation
D. to nurture the natural curiosity, aesthetic sense and creativity in science and technology
4. Describing the relationship between the distance travelled by a ball that is rolled on the inclined plane and the angle of the plane by constructing a graph is an example of –
5. Which one among the following questions would be an “open-ended question”?
A. Meteors are not visible during the daytime. Explain the reason
B. Why does the moon change its shape daily?
C. Explain why we always see the same side of the moon.
D. Suppose the moon emits light of its own, would it still have phases?
6. Which of the following will be the tools and technique render formative assessment of scholastic aspect –
A. written assignments, written and oral tests
B. multiple choice questions
C. science quiz, seminar, symposium, field trips, model making
D. all of the above
7. Street electric poles are painted with aluminum paint because the paint……The above question will able to measure which domain and its objective?
A. affective domain and responding objective
B. cognitive domain and application objective
C. psychomotor domain and physical abilities
D. none of the above
8. Organization of Science club laid emphasis on –
A. learning by activity
B. learning by doing
C. learning by living
D. none of the above
9. At upper primary level, Science should be taught as –
A. concentric approach
B. spiral approach
C. integrated approach
D. none of these
10. Which of the following is not the characteristic of a person having scientific attitude?
B. belief in cause and effect relationship
C. spirit of enquiry and curiosity
D. does not have desire for the acquisition for correct knowledge and search for truth