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Social Science Pedagogy Questions For CTET Exam: 31st May 2019(Solutions)

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Dear Readers, Everything that studies our society and the way we interact with each other in it, is a social science.This section NOT ONLY comes CTET Exam 2018 but also come in other TET Exam also i.e UPTET Exam 2018, PTET Exam 2018 & DSSSB Exam 2018 etc. So, we will provide you the questions which will help you in preparing for Exam.
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Q1. Which is most important aid in the teaching of Social Studies? 
(a) Lecture 
(b) Audio-visual 
(c) Work-selection 
(d) Debate 
Q2. The term curriculum in field of education refers to 
(a) Methods of teaching 
(b) Evaluation process 
(c) Overall programme of school 
(d) Text-material to be used in the class 
Q3. TLM is not used in Social Studies 
(a) Magnetic compass 
(b) Globe 
(c) Map 
(d) Napier Strips 
Q4. Evaluation is related to 
(a) the skill development of the students 
(b) the achievement of the students 
(c) the interest of students 
(d) the qualities of students 
Q5. Classroom teaching should be 
(a) intense 
(b) one sided 
(c) interactive 
(d) easy 
Q6. To prevent cynicism among students about democratic institutions, which of the two given options would be most appropriate? 
I. Emphasize ideal functioning and principles. 
II. Indicate impossibility of changing institutions. 
III. Emphasize that social inequality is inevitable. 
IV. Indicate the role of informed public. 
(a) III and IV 
(b) III and II 
(c) I and II 
(d) I and IV 
Q7. Choose the best method from among the following to encourage students to talk about gender roles in a Social Science class at the upper primary level. 
(a) Visit to an exhibition 
(b) Internet search by students 
(c) Guided discussion on experiences 
(d) Lecture by an expert 
Q8. Portfolio is an important tool of continuous and comprehensive evaluation because 
(a) it indicates skills developed in the students 
(b) it is compulsory 
(c) it is easy to implement 
(d) It provides minimal information 
Q9. Which type of learning source are you encouraging your students to use, when you show them a historical monument? 
(a) Graphic resource 
(b) Folk resource 
(c) Primary source 
(d) Textual source 
Q10. “Imagine that you have come across two old newspapers reporting on the Battle of Shrirangapattanam and the death of Tipu Sultan. One is a British paper and the other is from Mysore. Write the headline for each of the two newspapers”. 
What is the reason for including this activity in the history textbook of class VII? 
(a) Create a record of annexation by the British 
(b) Communicate British policies to the masses 
(c) Develop writing skills in students 
(d) Develop the concept of diversity of views in students 
S1. Ans.(b)
All such aids which endeavour to make the knowledge clear to us through our sense are called Audio-Visual Aids or instructional material. All these learning material make the learning situations as real as possible and give us first hand knowledge through the organs of hearing and seeing. 
S2. Ans.(c)
Curriculum is the combination of courses offered at school, or all the classes within a certain subjects. 
S3. Ans.(d)
Napier bons or Strip is a calculating device created by John Napier, for calculation of products and quotients of numbers. 
S4. Ans.(a)
Evaluation method is related to the skill development of the students. 
S5. Ans.(c)
Classroom teaching should be based on interactive. 
S6. Ans.(d)
Emphasize on ideal functioning and principles and the role of informed public, are the two important ideas that can prevent cynicism among students about democratic institutions. 
S7. Ans.(c)
Guided reading is an approach that provides many opportunities both to support students’ language/literacy development sensitively and carefully and to develop greater awareness of the particular forms of expertise that individual students bring to language and literacy experiences. 
S8. Ans.(a)
Portfolio is an important tool of continuous and comprehensive evaluation because it indicates skills developed in students. It is prepared by teachers on the basis of continuous observation of the student over a long period. 
S9. Ans.(c)
Primary source is first hand testimony or direct evidence concerning subject under study. When students are being shown a historical monument, they are introduced to monument to have a direct evidence of that which is their first hand experience or testimony. Hence, primary source is being promoted in this case. 
S10. Ans.(d)
Single incident may have varied interpretations because each interpreter attempts to interpret the incident from their own perspective which may differ because of individual’s, social, cultural and historical differences. 

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