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Science is an important subject in CTET & Other TET Exams. In any of teaching exam, CTET Science Pedagogy carries weightage of 12-13 % of questions with focused practice good marks can be fetched from this section. These questions are very important in achieving your success in CTET and Other TET Exams..

Q1. Which of the following should be adopted by science teachers in India?
•  Rote learning
•  Enquiry skills should be supported & strengthened
•  Greater emphasis on co-curricular and extra curricular activities
•  both (b) and (c)
Solution
Rote learning

Q2. Which of the following will be characteristic of a person having scientific temper?
•  Open mindedness
•  believe in cause and effect relationship
•  all of the above
Solution
Open mindedness
Q3. The learner is able to discriminate between the functions of the calyx and corrolla, the parts of the flowering plant. On the above behavioural objective, from which domain and objective multiple choice questions may be prepared ?
•  Connective domain and perceptual abilities
•  Cognitive domain and comprehension
•  Affective domain and valuing
•  None of the above
Solution
Cognitive domain and comprehension

Q4. While selecting a content for science curriculum science teacher should follow the principle
•  Simple to complex
•  Complex to Simple
•  Known to unknown
•  Unknown to known
Solution
Unknown to known
Q5. The quality of autocratic teaching strategy in mathematics is
•  Teacher orientedness
•  Student in passive state
•  Teacher has command over education system
•  All of the above
Solution
All of the above
Q6. The dependent variable of teaching process is the student because
•  He plans teaching
•  He arranges teaching
•  He helps in teaching process
•  All of the above
Solution
All of the above

Q7. Earthquake at two places I and II were measured by a seismograph and recorded as 2 and 4. What is the magnitude of tremors and its destructive energy at I and II?
•  Tremor at II are two times that at place ‘I’.
•  Tremor at II are four times that at place ‘I’.
•  Tremor at II are 100 times that at place ‘I’.
•  Tremor at II are 1000 times that at place ‘I’.
Solution
Tremor at II are 1000 times that at place ‘I’.

Q8. Sanjana set up the circuit shown below. She knew that energy had to change from one form to another for the bulb to light up.What one of the following shows the energy change correctly?
•  Electrical energy  Chemical energy  Heat energy  Light energy
•  Heat energy  Stored energy  Light energy
•  Chemical energy  Electrical energy  Heat energy  Light energy
•  Stored energy  Chemical energy  Light energy
Solution
Electrical energy  Chemical energy  Heat energy  Light energy

Q9. The teaching stage does not have the following
•  Preactive stage
•  Interactive stage
•  Postactive stage
•  Middle active stage
Solution
Middle active stage

Q10.  The characteristic of demonstration strategy in mathematics teaching is
• The students learn through observation
• The students focus attention on demonstration
• The students develop observation, reasoning and thinking process
•  All of the above
Solution
The students develop observation, reasoning and thinking process
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