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CTET Paper 1 Maths July 2019 Previous Question Paper – Simple English Explanation

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CTET Paper 1 Maths July 2019 Previous Question Paper - Simple English Explanation - 30 questions

Chapter – 00:00 – Introduction

Chapter – 00:24 – How will you cater to the needs of visually challenged students of your classroom in an inclusive school

Chapter – 02:18 – A Class-III student perform multiplication of 16 × 25 as follows : 16 × 25 = 8 × 2 × 5 × 5= 8 × 5 × 2 × 5= 40 × 10= 400 Which property of multiplication has the student used

Chapter – 04:08 – Which of the following is not related to early number concept Class inclusion, Conservation, Measurement, Classification

Chapter – 06:30 – Which of the statements is true regarding Numeral & Number A) A numeral is a symbol used to represent number. B) Same number can be represented by different numerals

Chapter – 07:36 – Which of these is not a mathematical process Visualization, Memorization, Estimation, Transposition

Chapter – 09:05 – Read the following word problems on addition : A. There are 15 oranges in one basket & 17 oranges in another basket. How many oranges are there altogether B. The price of a mobile phone which is for 9,950 is increased by 375 after budget. What is the new price

Chapter – 11:02 – Identify the correct statement about the ability to conserve different physical quantities in ‘measurement’ as proposed by Piaget

Chapter – 13:35 – A teacher gives the following task to the students of class-IV : “Arrange 25 tiles in all possible rectangular arrays.” Which of the following mathematical concepts can be addressed through this task

Chapter – 14:59 – Which one of the following sets are Problem Solving Strategies in Mathematics Drawing, working back, rote learning, Reasoning, using variable, look for a pattern, Memorization, Guess & test, Trial-error

Chapter – 18:01 – Van Hiele’s levels refers to stages in the development of : Place value, Geometrical thinking, Fractions, Number concept

Chapter – 18:52 – As per the recommendation of NCF, Primary School mathematics curriculum should : Focus on procedural knowledge, Provide rigor in mathematical concepts, Prepare children for advanced mathematics., Relate to children’s everyday experiences.

Chapter – 20:22 – Which of the following teaching-learning resources is best suited to explain the concept of multiplication of two decimal numbers say 0.3 × 0.2 = 0.06

Chapter – 22:04 – Which of the following is not an effective strategy to assess primary level students’ learning in mathematics

Chapter – 23:57 – Which of the following is not a characteristic of effective mathematics pedagogy Following strict time rules when introducing a new concept. Focusing patterns of students’ errors. Making connections with everyday experiences. Using various teaching-learning strategies for a single concept.

Chapter – 25:51 – In a school, half of students play badminton, one-fourth play volleyball, one-eighth play tennis, one-sixteenth play chess & remaining go for swimming. If the number of students playing volleyball is 160, how many play chess

Chapter – 27:08 – How many quarters are there in 18 3/4

Chapter – 27:51 – Digits 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8 are arranged in the following blanks : The largest possible number after addition is

Chapter – 28:30 – Deepa goes to a post-office to post/mail letters & parcels. The postal rates depicted are as below : Letter Weighing : i) 20 g or less – 5.00 ii) Per every additional 20 g – 2.00 Parcel Weighing : i) 50 g or less – 5.00 ii) For every additional 50 g – 3.00 Deepa wants to send two parcels weighing 250 g & 300 g respectively & two letters each to 20 g & 40 g

Chapter – 30:33 – A whole number is added to 50 & the same number is subtracted from 50. The sum of the resulting numbers is

Chapter – 31:08 – Read the Railway timings of New Delhi Chennai Rajdhani express & answer the question : Which of these statements is true

Chapter – 32:17 – Which of these represents descending order of numbers

Chapter – 33:15 – A shopkeeper mixed 5.3 kg of almonds, 2100 g of raisin, 2.2 kg of cashews & packed the mixture equally into two dozen packets. What is the weight to each packet

Chapter – 33:58 – A beaker is 3/7th filled with water. Another 16 L of water is needed to fill the beaker to its brim. What is the capacity of the beaker

Chapter – 34:51 – Asha plans to save some money from household expenditure to buy a mobile phone. Every week she saves 50 on Monday, 100 on Wednesday & 80 on Friday & spends 60 on Sunday. How many weeks would she take to save enough to buy a mobile phone of 5950

Chapter – 35:53 – I am a 2 digit even number. I am common multiple of 3, 4, 6. I have total 9 factors.

Chapter – 38:35 – The side of a square is 10 cm. How many times will the new perimeter become if the side of the square is doubled

Chapter – 39:20 – Which of these letters have both horizontal & vertical lines of symmetry

Chapter – 40:17 – If (11011) base 2 = (_) base 10, then number in the blank space is

Chapter – 41:16 – What is the correct sequence a teacher of Class-III needs to follow to explain the concept of Quarter to the students A) Write symbol of Quarter B) Provide concrete material & divides into Quarters. C) Show pictures representing Quarter.

Chapter – 43:03 – 72 × 28 = 36 × 4 × _. The number in the blank is A. multiple of 7 B. a prime number C. less than 10 D. an even number E. factor of 56


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CTET P1 Maths July 2019 English Explanation Solved Previous Question Paper