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CTET Paper 1 EVS Exemplar Questions December 2021 Simple English Explanation

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CTET Paper 1 EVS Exemplar Questions - December 2021 - Simple English Explanation

Chapter – 00:00Introduction

Chapter – 00:38With respect to the location of Delhi, in which directions are Gandhinagar (Capital of Gujarat) and Patna (Capital of Bihar) located respectively? (A) south-east and south-west (B) south-west and south-east (C) north-east and south-west (D) south-west and north-east

Chapter – 01:59What should be avoided in anecdotal records? a. Identifying mainly problematic situations. b. Identifying strengths and weaknesses. c. Making statements of judgement. d. Identifying areas of interest and relationships, etc. (A) a and c (B) c and d (C) a, b and c (D) a, b and d

Chapter – 03:22Certain regions have houses smeared with cow dung. Why do people in these regions cover the floors and walls of their huts with cow dung and mud? (A) The smell of cow dung keeps the animals away. (B) To make the floors and walls smooth. (C) These are easily available materials in that region. (D) To make it water-resistant and work as an insulator.

Chapter – 04:15X is the capital city of a state in India. If you travel north from X and cross four inter-state borders you get to Y which is the capital city of another Indian state. If Chandigarh is located to the north-west of Y, identify X and Y. (A) X = Bengaluru, Y = Jaipur (B) X = Panaji, Y = Bhopal (C) X = Chennai, Y = Lucknow (D) X = Hyderabad, Y = Dehradun

Chapter – 06:34A postal address has a six-digit Postal Index Number (PIN). The first two digits represent the region and sub region to which the address belongs. What do the first three digits represent? (A) Sorting district (B) Sorting headquarter (C) Delivery route (D) Delivery state

Chapter – 07:54Which of the following is the least appropriate pedagogical resource to develop a sense of historical analysis of events from our past? (A) A physical map of ancient Magadh (B) An ancient city in ruins – Vijayanagar (C) A political figure in history – Vikramaditya (D) A literary text from the Gupta Empire

Chapter – 10:25In addition to the content, subjects taught in class must be used to build "broader thinking skills" in students. Certain thinking patterns are shown through misconceptions on various topics (within and outside the classroom). ‘Context dependency’ is an example of a thinking pattern that leads to student misconceptions because they use a concept that works in one context wrongly in another. Which of the following is most likely to be an example of a misconception due to ‘context dependency’? (A) Cities are dirty because they have slums. (B) Villagers move to cities because cities have electricity. (C) Cities need more transport because they have more people. (D) Farmers are unemployed because there are no factories in villages.

Chapter – 13:53Dr. Sharma undertook an experiment where she made one group of students do breathing exercises for 10 minutes and another group was not given any special treatment. Next, both the groups were given a set of 10 problems to solve. She compared how quickly the two groups solved the set of problems. What was the dependent variable in this experiment? (A) The time spent in the breathing exercises. (B) The age of the students. (C) The breathing exercises. (D) The time it took to complete the set of problems.

Chapter – 16:06Conclusion


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