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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. The teacher motivates the student to perform successful experiments a student has collected data on the width of tree trunks and average precipitation rates for different locations. The student wants to show the relationship between these two variables. What type of graph should the student use?
•   A multi-line graph with the width measurements on the x-axis and precipitation rates on the y-axis.
•  A scatter plot with the width measurements on the y-axis and precipitation rates on the x-axis.
•  A bar graph with the width measurements on the y-axis and precipitation rates on the x-axis.
•  A pie chart with the width of tree shown as a percentage at different precipitation rates.
Solution
A pie chart with the width of tree shown as a percentage at different precipitation rates.

Q2. In case the student encounters an error the teacher encourages him to deal with it. A student is measuring morning and afternoon temperatures for a school project using a thermal infrared gun instrument. The instrument is calibrated incorrectly and produces a cold bias of 7/10 of a de gree in all the temperature measurements. How should the student deal with this error?

•   The student should recalibrate the instrument and redo the project.
•  Since it is not a major error, the student can ignore it.
•  This is a systematic error and the student should take it into consideration when analyzing the results by increasing the temperatures 7/10 of a degree.
•  This is a random error so the student should only mention it as a potential problem in interpreting the results.
Solution
This is a systematic error and the student should take it into consideration when analyzing the results by increasing the temperatures 7/10 of a degree.

Q3. The constructionist approach of teaching science is true of
•  the teacher plays a dominant role through text book reading
•  learners actively construct their own knowledge by connecting new ideas to existing ideas on the basis of experience
•  teachers first construct their own knowledge followed by the construction of learners knowledge
•  both learners and teachers are actively and passively involved in the process.
Solution
learners actively construct their own knowledge by connecting new ideas to existing ideas on the basis of experience

Q4.  Impression model of teaching the brain child of
•  D.Davis
•  Robert Glaser
•  I. Kant
•  John Locke
Solution
D.Davis

Q5.  HSTP programme is called
•  Eklavya
•  Pratham
•  Nali-Kali
•  Digantar
Solution
Nali-Kali

Q6. Make the correct statement about HSTP of science teaching
•  In this programme workbook was used in place of text books
•  Text books were used in place of work books
•  Work books and science kits were used in place of text books
•  All the above
Solution
All the above
Q7.  Nehru Science Exhibition takes place
•   Monthly
•  Quarterly
•  Annually
•  After every six months
Solution
Annually

Q8. Integrated science kit was made by
•  DIETs
•  SCERT
•  NCERT
•  Directorate of education
Solution
DIETs

Q9. Which is the first step in system analysis?
•  Review
•  Formulation of objectives
•  Analysis of data
•  Collection of data
Solution
Formulation of objectives

Q10. What should formative assessment ensure?
•  Objectivity
•  Credibility
•  Relevance
•  All of these
Solution
Objectivity
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