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CTET Paper 1 EVS December 2021 – 07-01-2022 Previous Question Paper हिन्दी Explanation

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CTET Paper 1 EVS Dec 2021 - 07-01-2022 Previous Question Paper हिन्दी Explanation - 30 questions

Chapter – 00:00Intro

Chapter – 01:13The distance between New Delhi Railway Station & Lucknow railway station is 504 kilometres. This distance is covered by a train in 7 hours. The average speed of the train in meters per second is

Chapter – 02:44A child at X wants to play with her friend who is located at Y. For this she first goes 40m due-south to reach at O. After this she goes towards due-east & reaches at Y after covering a distance of 30m

Chapter – 05:05Select from the following the true statement about sloths – live for about 40 years & in that time they can move around 8 trees

Chapter – 06:30Excess cutting of forests can lead to the following possibilities- A. Nearby areas will be cooler B. Percolation of rain water will be reduced C. Run off rain water will carry away soil D. level of ground water will increase

Chapter – 09:28On the map of Golconda Fort printed in the class V textbook, 1cm distance is equal to a distance of 110m on the ground. On this map, the distance of Patanncheru Darwaja from Fateh Darwaja is 15.4cm

Chapter – 10:49The three neighbouring states surrounding Mizoram are – Tripura, Assam, Manipur

Chapter – 11:43In which of the following States/Union territory Of India, the Village Council of forests on the hills hold a special meeting & through a lottery decide which family will get how much land that year for farming

Chapter – 13:01Mount Everest is a part of – Tibet, Nepal

Chapter – 13:42Identify a reversible change from the following – Preparing molten wax

Chapter – 15:34Consider the following characteristics features of the roots found in different trees/plants. A. Look like hanging branches of the tree but are actually its roots B. The length of the root is about 30 times the height of the tree

Chapter – 18:10I have come from a place which is a hilly area. At our place it rains heavily & snows as well, when it is cold we like to sit in the sun. Our houses are made of stone or wood. This student must be from – Manali (Himachal Pradesh)

Chapter – 19:28Your friend remains ill because of weak teeth & bones. Which of the following options is the best for her to recover

Chapter – 20:46Consider the following statements about beehives- A. Every beehive has many queen bee which lay eggs. B. There are only a few males in the hive. C. Most of the bees in the hive are worker bees

Chapter – 22:46Select from the following the characteristics which is found in all the animals given below. Turtle, Python, Eagle, Lizard, Honeybee A. Bodies covered with scales B. Can live on land as well as in water C. Lay eggs D. Poisonous

Chapter – 23:57Consider the following statements about earthworms- A. Soften the soil as they keep digging underneath to make tunnels. B. Eat the dead leaves & plants & their droppings fertilise the soil. C. … waste into compost

Chapter – 26:21The child cantered nature of Environmental Studies at primary level is due to- A. activity-based learning B. rote learning C. textbook-based learning D. involvement of school, home & the community for the learning

Chapter – 28:26The objective of Environmental Studies at primary level is – A. to encourage children to reflect on their own learning. B. to make children able to solve the environmental problems. C. to engage children to create new knowledge

Chapter – 31:16Which of the following statements is true in relation to Environmental Studies at primary level – integrates the concepts & issues of science, social science & environmental education

Chapter – 33:37Challenge for EVS learning at primary level is – to give opportunities to children to construct knowledge for themselves

Chapter – 36:05What should be maximum in the EVS classroom for children A. Provision of debates B. Experiential learning C. Stories D. Facts & information

Chapter – 37:44Subtheme in the syllabus of EVS at primary level is – Plants

Chapter – 38:28Meaningful learning of EVS can be given A. by organizing EVS content thematically. B. by real dialogues & narratives. C. by experimentations. D. by oral assessment of answers

Chapter – 41:32In relation to EVS contextualizing means – learning EVS contents by relating it to real life situations & immediate environment of the learners

Chapter – 45:09Issues of theme Food can be meaningful & authentic for the students if – group work & discussions are conducted around the issues

Chapter – 47:40Which can be very good resource for EVS learning – Organisation of field trips

Chapter – 48:49Issues related to Water Theme can be learnt effectively if – role-plays are conducted – real dialogues among children are encouraged – structured field trips are organized – children are asked to write an essay

Chapter – 51:48EVS textbooks contain real incidents for the learning of EVS because A. rich source of learning. B. contextual environment for the children. C. opportunity to revisit familiar earlier events

Chapter – 54:42Focus of assessment on improvement in learning is – assessment for learning

Chapter – 55:37Peer- assessment in EVS is A. assessment as learning

Chapter – 56:41An EVS teacher uses an assessment tool that collects not just the best but all kinds of a child’s work or activities done over a period of time – Portfolio


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