CTET Dec 2018 Paper 1 Environmental Studies Questions Paper Part 1

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61. Who built the Golconda Fort?

A. Chalukya Dynasty

B. Kakatiya Dynasty

C. Pallava Dynasty

D. Chola Dynasty

62. What is the mass of an object with a density of 15 g/mL and a volume of 3 mL?

A. 45 g

B. 5 g

C. 12 g

D. 18 g

64. An object in which no light rays can pass through is called-

A. translucent

B. transparent

C. convex

D. opaque

65. What will be the weight of an object on the surface of the earth whose mass is 10 Kg on the moon՚s surface?

A. 97.993 N

B. 60 N

C. 10 N

D. 60 kg

67. Sushma wants her students to be sensitized for conservation of trees. Which one of the following is the most suitable strategy to do so?

A. Group discussion

B. Poster making

C. Helping children to adopt and nurture a plant

D. Conducting a debate in classroom

68. Abhay asked his students to do a survey in groups on diseases that people in their neighborhood suffered from. The survey is not mentioned in the textbook. Which option is not relevant for this teaching-learning strategy?

A. It helped children connect learning with real life.

B. It enabled children understand data handling and work together.

C. It helped the community understand the diseases that they suffered from.

D. It provided opportunity to interact with community.

69. To talk about emergency situations, Priya asked children՚s experiences when they faced any emergencies. Children narrated their experiences with fire, electric shock and road accidents. She asked questions, assessed their existing under-standings and discussed safety aspects using resources such as road safety advertisements from newspapers and also used LPG and electric bill to discuss safety guidelines on fire and electric shock respectively. Which is the most appropriate approach that Priya employed?

A. Experiential learning approach

B. Enquiry approach

C. Humanistic approach

D. Cognitive approach

70. ‘Community’ is an important teaching and learning resource because-

A. elderly people are wise and have time

B. it provides learning opportunity in real setting

C. One can accept all knowledge available in the community uncritically

D. it is inexpensive and accessible

71. In EVS teaching-learning, linking classroom learning to life outside school and enriching it implies-

A. linking textbooks to global environmental issues and concerns

B. whole school approach

C. going beyond curriculum

D. going beyond the textbooks

72. To class III students, Rama taught that a father, mother and their children constitute nuclear family and if grandparents and other relatives stay along them, it is an extended family. What do you think of this?

A. Rama is insensitive towards her students.

B. The teaching-learning approach is not inclusive.

C. The concept of family has to be taught like this.

D. The definition of a family is incorrect.

73. Which of the following is/are activity/activities in EVS classroom?

A. Picture reading

B. Field visit

C. Use of blackboard

D. All of the above

74. Environmental Studies curriculum may lead to holistic learning of children if it is-

A. integrated

B. inclusive

C. thematic

D. All of the above

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