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CTET Paper 1 EVS December 2021- 05-01-2022 Previous Question Paper English Explanation

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CTET Paper 1 EVS - Dec 2021- 05-01-2022 Previous Question Paper - English Explanation - 30 questions

Chapter – 00:00Intro

Chapter – 01:07Tarun Bharat Sangh is an organization that work for conservation of water. The person heading the organization is. Medha Patkar Sunder Lal Bhaguna Rajinder Singh

Chapter – 01:50What is the main reason for depletion of ground water levels? The rains are less frequent. Tree cover has reduced. Tube wells & hand pumps are used for irrigation. The course of the rivers is being changes & dams built

Chapter – 03:25In many places Acid Rain is affecting the aquatic biodiversity. The main chemicals causing Acid Rain are Hydrochloric Sulphuric Nitric Acetic

Chapter – 04:50Fresh water available on the earth is very little. Out of the total fresh water available, which of the following holds the maximum percentage of the total fresh water. Rivers Springs Glaciers Water falls

Chapter – 06:23Which of the following is not true about water- is a universal solvent It has capacity to dissolve variety of different substances. Density of water is maximum at 100° C. exists in all the three states of matter

Chapter – 07:32Rita lives with her working mother, father, younger brother, grandparents, father’s brother & his family. This kind of family format is Maternal Paternal Nuclear Joint

Chapter – 08:46Animals with sharp flat & broad front teeth have different preference for food. Which of the following food preference do these animals go for

Chapter – 09:38Plants that can grow in areas that have saline water are termed as Halophytes Mesophytes Xerophytes Heliophytes

Chapter – 10:15The paintings that depict a story in which only natural colours are used. Paintings are called as Chitra Kathi. Paintings belong to Maharashtra

Chapter – 10:52Identify the tribal groups that are native to the state of Himachal Pradesh, India Santhali Gaddi Gond Sahavia

Chapter – 11:28Which one of the following is the oldest traditional dance from Mizoram Satriya Rouf Cheraw Garba

Chapter – 12:01Which is the largest rail route in India – Dibrugarh Kanyakumari

Chapter – 12:37Kalpana Chawla, an Indian-American astronaut died in the space shuttle in which year

Chapter – 13:20Birds make different types of nests & choose different places to build their nests. Which one of the following birds build their nests in tree trunks

Chapter – 13:58During the pandemic times doctors advised to increase the ‘vitamin C’ rich food as it is essential for synthesis of visual pigment. keeps teeth & bones healthy It builds resistance against infections

Chapter – 14:43Students of class IV are asked by their teacher to discuss "What happens to the food we eat inside our body?" Which of the following is her objective? exploring student’s intuitive ideas.

Chapter – 16:54Ayan, a teacher of class IV organises a trip to museum. What process skills can be encouraged through this field trip? Observation & making models

Chapter – 18:34Meera, an EVS teacher asks students to bring sugar, salt, lemon juice, haldi, flour etc. for an activity to observe dissolving of things in water. Which is the best reason for asking students to bring things on their own?

Chapter – 22:02Which of the following is theme in EVS at primary level? Materials Things we make & do Natural resources Preservation of foods.

Chapter – 22:35As per the EVS curriculum at primary level, students are sensitised to some of the social issued of our country. Identify which of the following sets of social issues are dealt in the curriculum

Chapter – 25:12Which of the following is most appropriate feature about EVS textbooks at primary level? There is conscious effort to discourage rote learning

Chapter – 27:30The most appropriate reason for using stories & narratives in EVS textbooks. Students easily empathise with characters in a story or a narrative

Chapter – 29:56Which of the following frequency of assessment is appropriate for teaching-learning of EVS? Everyday Every month Six monthly

Chapter – 30:38Meera, an EVS teacher likes a quiet class & asks her students to set & work individually. Which of the following will be denied to her students Multiple intelligence Observational Individual Peer learning

Chapter – 31:34Which of the following is/are the correct strategy/s for assessing student’s answers to questions asked by a teacher. Student’s ideas in answers should be assessed qualitatively

Chapter – 32:58Which of the following strategies should be selected by Sunita, an EVS teacher to promote inquiry while teaching the theme Food Encouraging students to interact with members of family & community

Chapter – 35:08The story of Ronald Ross is included in EVS textbooks. The purpose of including this is to Inspire students to take up research. Help students relate malaria with mosquitoes

Chapter – 36:44Identify the most appropriate feature of a unit plan from the following statements. It is planning for a large block of subject matter which is a cohesive whole Ideally

Chapter – 39:18Which of the following strategies is the most appropriate strategy to teach EVS to students with linguistic difficulties? simple diagrams, concrete materials & activities

Chapter – 41:11In the theme Travel narratives of Bachendri Pal’s experiences in mountaineering are included. What could be the reason(s) for including this?


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Dec 2021 EVS P1 05 01 2022 Solved Previous Question Paper English