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CTET Paper 1 EVS December 2021 – 03-01-2022 Previous Question Paper English Explanation

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CTET Paper 1 EVS - Dec 2021 - 03-01-2022 Previous Question Paper - English Explanation -30 questions

Chapter – 00:00Intro

Chapter – 00:51Which of the following animal’s front teeth keep growing throughout its life Cat Squirrel Snake Tiger

Chapter – 01:41Identity the most suitable characteristic(s) from the given options about the honeybee. Only the queen bee lays the eggs. The male bees have no special role as worker

Chapter – 03:14People who have been living in forest for at least 25 years, have a right over the forest land & what is grown on it. This act is derived from Right to forest act 2007 Indian forest act 1927

Chapter – 04:10Jhoom farming is organic farming slash & burn farming limited use of pesticides limited use of Chemical fertilizer

Chapter – 05:15Roland Ross received Nobel Prize in medicine in 1902 for discovering that Dengue is transmitted by mosquito Malaria is transmitted by mosquito Chikungunya is transmitted by mosquito

Chapter – 06:02Which of the following part of cinchona tree is used to treat malaria Root Bark Leaves Seed

Chapter – 06:48Poisonous teeth of snakes are called Pangs Fangs Incisors scales

Chapter – 07:11Which of the following is a non-poisonous snake found in India Russell’s viper Saw scaled viper Indian Rock Python Common Krait

Chapter – 07:53Vermi composting is a method of composting that uses : Tapeworm Leeches Earthworm Hookworm

Chapter – 08:45Pashmina variety of wool is obtained from which animal Sheep Camel Goat Alpaca

Chapter – 09:14Incomplete burning of Fossils fuel emits CO CO2 SO2 NO

Chapter – 09:55A technique of watering plants by making use of narrow tubing which delivers water directly at the base of the plant is called Nano Micro Femto Drip irrigation

Chapter – 10:57Which of the following plants traps & eats insects Cuscuta plant Sunflower plant Cactus plant Pitcher plant

Chapter – 11:55Collection of rain water for future use is called Rain water collection Rain water pumping Rain digging Rain water harvesting

Chapter – 12:31Which of the following diseases is spread by mosquitoes Malaria Pneumonia Dengue Chikungunya

Chapter – 13:08Child centred classrooms ensure conducive environment for students to learn. Which of the following suggests the same Teacher provides learning situations that give students an opportunity to observe, explore, question, experience & develop an understanding of various concepts

Chapter – 15:06In class V chapter ‘Across the wall’ a teacher Arif allows students to share experiences of sports they play. Which of the following best explains his attempts Develop an understanding of issues like similar games for boys & girls, equal opportunities for all & team spirit

Chapter – 16:55Which of the following is the most suitable to transact EVS in primary classrooms Lecture method Chalk & talk method Inquiry based Teaching Jug & mug approach

Chapter – 18:56Field visits are important in EVS teaching. Which of the following is true for such visits Going to a place near the school with pre planning & follow up activity

Chapter – 20:57An EVS classroom should be a happy classroom. Which one of the following statements is true in this regard Teacher remains happy in the class & students follow her instructions happily … Observe, explore ask questions & do activities Ensure that they read the book & underline the text for better comprehension

Chapter – 23:07Family tree is a useful tool for developing analytical thinking among children It pertains to relationships between members of the family across several generations

Chapter – 25:29Indicator for assessment in EVS is Discussing Recalling Stating Listing

Chapter – 27:39Under the theme ‘mapping’ for class III, which activity would be the most appropriate for students Ask them to draw a diagram of their classroom Ask them to draw a sketch of their neighbourhood

Chapter – 30:33A teacher has to teach the sub theme ‘Animals’ to class I students. Which of the following strategy is more appropriate to transact this theme to the learner Takes students on a trip to the zoo to give them concrete experience

Chapter – 33:11Dr. Beaumont’s experiments help students in understanding the role of a scientist. Arrange the steps given below of scientific method in a proper sequence Record results & draw conclusions Propose a hypothesis

Chapter – 36:23The best strategy of giving students the experience of biological diversity … Take them to a bird sanctuary for observing Giving talks & lectures on endangered birds

Chapter – 38:24Aditya is a gifted boy & feels his class teachers should cater to his curiosity. What intervention is his teacher required to make … Use some customized material to teach him

Chapter – 39:55Which one of the following is a part of environmental studies Issues concern of science, social sciences Concepts of environmental "education" social sciences social inequalities

Chapter – 41:09Dramatization is considered as a good method for teaching learning of EVS for slow learners. Which is the most appropriate reason(s) for selecting dramatization for them A. Traditional drama technique make it easy for them to relate to a concept

Chapter – 43:29EVS textbook support students to memorise the issues & concerns of EVS subject describe the issues & concerns of EVS subject construct knowledge through all issues


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CTET Dec 2021 EVS P1 03 01 2022 Solved Previous Question Paper