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CTET Paper 1 EVS December 2021 – 06-01-2022 Previous Question Paper हिन्दी Explanation

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CTET Paper 1 EVS Dec 2021 - 06-01-2022 Previous Question Paper हिन्दी Explanation - 30 questions

Chapter – 00:00Intro

Chapter – 01:10The distance between Madgaon & Nagarcoil is nearly 1134 kms. If this distance is covered by a train in 21 hours, the average speed of the train in metre per second is

Chapter – 02:48A student is at A & wants to reach at B. For this he first goes to O which is 90m due north of A & then he goes from O to B by covering a distance of 120m in due west

Chapter – 05:02Select true statement about sloth from the following. Sloths live for about 40 years & spend almost 17 hours a day sleeping while hanging upside down on a tree branch

Chapter – 06:35Woollens keep us warm in winters. The reason for woollens being insulators is that – Woollen fibres have air trapped within them & air is an insulator

Chapter – 07:32On the map of Golconda Fort printed in the textbook of class V, 1cm distance is equal to a distance of 110 m on the ground. On this map the distance between Fateh Darwaja & Banjara Darwaja is 14.2 cm

Chapter – 09:04A group of three states having Arabian Sea on one side is – Kerala, Karnataka, Maharashtra

Chapter – 10:12There is a dance in which people sit in pairs in front of each other, holding bamboos sticks on the ground. As the drum beats, the bamboos are beaten to the ground. The dancers step in & out of the bamboo sticks

Chapter – 11:39The name of the fifth woman in the world & the first Indian woman to reach the peak of Mount Everest is – Bachhendri Pal

Chapter – 13:06Select the correct statement from the following about the famous Indian festivals namely Holi & Diwali – Diwali is celebrated on no moon day & Holi is celebrated on full moon day

Chapter – 14:25Consider the following statement in connection with Desert Oak. This tree grows almost as tall as a general classroom wall. The trunk of this tree stores water

Chapter – 16:12There are villages in our country where, because of frequent heavy rain, the villagers build their houses almost 10 to 15 feet (3 to 3.5 metres) above the ground on bamboo pillars

Chapter – 17:28Most of the common people of which one of the following states/union territory of our country prefer to eat boiled tapioca with any curry made using coconut – Kerala

Chapter – 18:27The best period for the people of Bihar state the process of bee-keeping is – October to December

Chapter – 19:21In the context of nutrition of human beings, assimilation means – digested material is utilised in making complex substances in the body

Chapter – 20:18Consider about the soil of a field in which a farmer is growing paddy crop over & over again using excess of chemical fertilizers & pesticides in his fields. This practice will make soil

Chapter – 21:43The purpose of home assignment in EVS is – Extension of learning

Chapter – 23:17Sheela has taken up sub theme Animals to teach class – III students. Which of the following activities will be beneficial for extension of their learning

Chapter – 25:52Which is the most appropriate strategy to find out about festivals celebrated in the community that are linked with water – Talking to the elders in the family & community

Chapter – 28:53Why are there no textbooks of EVS in class I & II – Concepts & skills pertaining to EVS are taught through language & maths

Chapter – 29:48Which of the following is an example of socio – cultural environment – Water Forests Monuments Community

Chapter – 30:42The approach of presenting EVS concepts at primary level to such that students have to consult members of family & community to find out about type of food, shelters etc. The reason for this is – Students socio-cultural background is primary source of learning

Chapter – 33:14Which of the following strategy is most appropriate for teaching EVS to the cognitively impaired students – Break the tasks into parts & complete the parts separately

Chapter – 35:10Which is an important step to analyse the content of EVS in lesson planning – Concept map is drawn

Chapter – 36:44The word ‘Comprehensive’ in continuous & comprehensive evaluation is related to – Cognitive Level Co-curricular Activities Holistic Development Scholastic Areas

Chapter – 38:26Which is an examples of assessment for learning in EVS – Student to find out coastal states of India on the map of India through work-sheets

Chapter – 41:37Select pedagogical practices to enhance experiential learning in EVS (according to NEP, 2020) Focusing on key concepts of EVS. Integrating of arts in pedagogy of EVS. Integration of story – telling in teaching of EVS

Chapter – 45:03An EVS teacher asks her students to find out about eating habits, country of origin, external features such as size, colour, hair etc. of zoo animals on a visit. what process skills does she promote – Observation, Questioning, Sensitivity, Communication

Chapter – 47:52Which is a theme in EVS at primary level – Water

Chapter – 48:34Which of these is a higher order question a teacher will select in assessment of EVS – What would happen if there is no petrol & diesel on earth

Chapter – 51:56Five groups of eight students performed a skit each to depict ways of preserving wild life. Their creative expression & understanding of EVS concepts can be assessed most appropriately by Portfolios Rubrics Observation & recording Pen-paper test


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Dec 2021 EVS P1 06 01 2022 Hindi Solved Previous Question Paper 1