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Which one of the followng is true ?
( 1) Androgens are female hormones
(2) Estrogens are male hormones
(3) Progesterone is not responsible
for high pitched voice of girls
(4) Both androgens and estrogens
are present in girls and boys at
puberty

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Which of the following predicates is
most appropriate for including coscholastic areas in the curriculum ?
( 1) Co-scholastic activities remove
disparity in students.
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routine teaching.
(3) Physical, social and emotional
developments are interrelated.
(4) Co-scholastic activities reduce
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Vygotsky theory is
( 1) Tasks too difficult for children
but can be achieved through
adult support themselves.
(2) Teacher's interference hamper
learning.
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zone of growth.
(4) Learning takes place in formal
settings only.

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RTE Act refers to which one of the
following with reference to disability ?
( 1) Persons with Disability Act,
1996
(2) Disability and the Equality Act,
2010
(3) Disability Discrimination Act,
1995
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q ~ @il•il~<il CfiFT f. mt~f'l(. attendance in the class (2) Remedial work given by the teacher· (3) Questioning by students (4) Pin drop silence in the class 20. Which of the following promote social learning ? (1) Collaborative learning (2) Summative assessments (3) Brainstorming (4) Formative assessments 21. In order to encourage achievement motivation in the classroom. 21.:r <il'lif"lCfl ~ Ci?T Ill ffi lfti1 Cfi«iT ? t (2) <it\41%-'!Cfl ~ 4llii(i4Cfl ~ (3) ~·n.::t"'1fMf@i1 # ~ ctfr.'ffCRrT ? t m~~ (1) (2) ~#~aq~ffi ~ IDU ~ l'f<:IT 34'€1Riti4Cfl (3) ~-rnr~~ (4) ~ .lfllll ('lf«"ttSCfl ~ 1<'11$"1) (4) ~41\'ICfl ~ (1) ~ (1) (2) (3) (4) 3lT'tlTfuf ~ ~ W{t.:r -mer~~ ctr ~ CfiT ~ (4) ~ ~ 1:fRCfi ~ . 19. Which of the following can be considered a sign of motivated teaching? ( 1) Maximum .q ~ ~ CI?T lilffflfti1 CfiB~~~CI?T~~~ CfiT ~ t (1) ~~~ (2) ~~~CfiT~«ft (3) ~ ~ ~ -ctf ~ fcf.ICfl{OI Ci?T FHiffflfti1 fcficrr \jfRf ~ ~ ~~ ~ tfcfiwm:r ctr ~ ~CfiT~~~tl lllffflfto fcficrr ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~CfiT ~.. students should be taught to attribute their good grades to ( 1) their own hard work (2) their own high level of intelligence (3) the easy nature of most academic tasks (4) their teachers generous grading standards 19. Ability Grouping of students should be ( 1) Discouraged as it gives the message that ability is valued more than effort.I{C!I.p 18.:.:mm~'IR~ ~~tl Jllffil~i1 ~ \ifRT • ~ ~ ~~SlRi4lflldl~~~t"l (2) 31tt (3) qAT . (4) (2) and (3) both 22.f) «tt 'IR f.::t"'1fMPsi1 # ~ ~ ~ CfiT ~ 'lt\tollflllJOT "'lRT \jfRf ~? (1) ~ctr~~ (2) ~31tt~ (3) mf. (6) Which of the following should be considered the most important quality of a teacher at primary level ? ( 1) Eagerness to teach (2) Patience and perseverance (3) Knowledge of harmless ways of punishing (4) Competence to teach in highly standardised language 18. (2) Encouraged as it maximizes the learning with teachers using special method to suit the specific group. (3) Encouraged as it promotes competition among students.:r CfiT ~ m. ~ ~ m- ~ ~ ~ ~ di!.::t"'1fMf@i1 # ~ ctfr.'l (4) m 11Ffifj f.q ~ ctr ~ ~ ~ . 22. 20.

(2) If correction is required it should usually be done immediately. (4) Immediate correction of errors result in positive reinforcement. to fail because of repeated failures in past.. (4) the learned scholars of society feel helplessness m the democratic polity.. (2) teachers feel that they are helpless in helping the learners learn. f1m. Which of the following is a correct position in relation to errors made by children? (1) Native speaker of a language make errors while non-native speakers make mistakes or slips. 9)'R1Cfll<1<'1 t? if~ I c2> ~ ~ "CflT 3ils:tlllO!Cfl('11 ~ rr ~ ~ cl> ~ ~ ~I (3) W!tt ( 4) ~ "CflT ~ ~ cl.~ "Cfl'ffl t ~ "''TliT ~ 31-~ "''TliT 1fMfo4i ~ ~ "Cfi'ffl (2) ~~ # t I cit ~~Cl~4Cfl('11 t m~ m<'l': ~ ~ '\'ifRT ~ I <3> ~~cit ~~Cl~4Cfl<11 t m~ m<'l': ~ ~ ~ '\'ifRT ~ I (4} ~ ~ cl.. ~ rnr (1) M" m mt ? ~ ~ crnwft ~ cl> fo:tt:rtf<1f€1<1 # ~ ~ fWo ~ ~ cl. ~ "# 04Cl(. (3) · If correction is required it should usually not be done immediately. (3) Compelling the problem child to feel sorry for 'their behaviour.(7) 23.-· lfl~M"'I '8Cfll<ltGCfl ~tl ·mcilrtfqql(l<11' (1) (2) (3) (4) ~~t~ t ~ ~ ~ "Cfl'ffl fq.an cit {)Cfl'414 ~ "# fo:tt:rtf<1Psm "# ~ ~ m ~ >MICl~IIMl (1) ~ ~ "CflT ~ ft.. p 23.14<11 ~ # ~tl t ~~~~~t ~~~if~~CfiT ~~tl m c). Which of the following is most effective in preventing the problem behaviour in children ? ( 1) Making the problem child sit in the library for the entire day. (2) Providing the problem child nonaggressive ways of handling conflict. ( 4) Ostracizing the problem child in class. (3) problem related to gifted children who experience a feeling of saturation in their learning.~ CfiT '1W-f ~ ~ "CflT Wfflri fcrcm 'Cfl'8T I ~ "# ~ ~ &~fi:&fll< CfiT 'Cfl'8T I 24. 25. 'Learned helplessness' is a situation wherein (1) students feel that they are going .- 4UOIIl44iCI'&\4 ~ cf.~ ~ # ~ ~ '8(.~ ~ m~~3'«fuiif Mtll<11< ~ mff~t I ~ ~ ~ "Cfl'ffl fq.i{lj('1 ~. 25.1 ~ MliiflMif~Cf\ mwf-~ ~tl # Mlifl<ti) CfiT ~ . 24.

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4 :5 5:7 cfR ~m x.o 1 ~~mm.) p + q (2) p.01. mf. is 24.I ~ ~.l1:. ~ "3'1CfiT '<1':~.:r~~%-? m. the ratio of number of oranges to the number of lemons is 5 : 2.1 ~ ctt ~ CfiT ~. then which of the following gives the largest value? (1.m ctt ~ ~ ~ 2 %. -mffiCfft~Cfil ~. (1) 5: 8 1:2 4: 5 5 :7 0) 8 (2) (3) (4) 9 10 14 = ~ P 1ooo 3lTr q = o. y 3lTr z $- x. p. 8 9 10 14 If p = 1000 and q = 0. then their LCM is equal to ( 1 ) 25 X 3 X 5 (2) 2 X 3 X 5 2 (3) 25 x3 2 x5 (4) 25 x3 2 x5 2 23 X 3 X 5 y =25 X 32 2 Z =2 X 3 X 5 .m ctt ~ ~ ~ %(1) 5 : 8 (2) 1 : 2 (3) (4) Prime factorisation of three numbers CfiT lJUHCfl<'l (1) apples to the number of oranges is I : 4.~~ ~ . 38. In a basket. the ratio of the number of 37. The smallest possible sum of these numbers is (1) (2) (3) (4) 36.:r .q p +q (2) . 37. (LCM) ~ %" ( 1) 25 X 3 X 5 (2) 2 X 3 X 5 2 (3) 25 x3 2 x5 (4) 25 x3 2 x5 2 X= -mm qft ~~ ~ 1: 4%".m CfiT ~ ~ ~ 7:1Trr %- -ey >l'l'epi ~m X= SPACE FOR ROUGH·WORK~~~<}. y and z are : lJOH€ii:S'1 ~ : 23 X 3 X 5 y =25 X 32 2 Z =2 X 3 X 5 .p 35.q (3) pq (4) p/q ~ ~ . (10) The product of two natural numbers 35. Ratio of the number of apples to the number of lemons is (2) (3) (4) 24 %.q (3) pq (4) • p/q 36.q ~ qft ~ CfiT s: 38.

~ 800670 = 8 X 1<f + 6 X l()Y + 7 X lOZ x + Y + z CfiT m.r llUH<f)M ~ ~=0.f.54° 43.1) (3) (p + q + 1)(p .r~mm ~I ri"~~-*x>O~~ 4 (x-3f = x 12 •· If800670 = 8 X Hf + 6 X l()Y + 7 X lOZ. 41. (p + q + 1)(p + q.p (11) 39.q + 1) (p.m~~? (2) 4 60 64 80 90 ~ 1 . 50° (3) 50°' 50°' 60° (4) 54°. z are whole numbers. 16 ~ llT&f (4) ~=0. 6.72°.2q + q 2 is factorised as (1) (p + q.r ~ crrT ~'* 4lll<f)C1 ~ crrT mm~.q + 1) (4) (p .q + 1) 40. m JtRt (1) (2) (3) 5 6 8 (4) 11 ~ ~Jim~'§ f:fipr ~ cffiur ~ ~ t (1) 30°' 60°' 90° (2) 70°. The product of the mean and median of the numbers 8. where x. y.50°. 72°.q + 1) ~"#~ctft.1)(p .T llUHtfis'1 ~ (1) (p + q . ~ x.60° (4) 54°. 3 nm ~q. 11. 70°. for every rational number x> 0.1)( q .1) (p + q + l)(p. (1) (2) (3) (4) f (1) (3) = x 12 . 9. The expression 1 . 40. z T'1" ~ t. 6.2q + q 2 <. 9.p 2 . 43.q . 16 is (1) 60 (2) 64 (3) 80 (4) 90 39.2 q.p 2 . Every rational number has its reciprocal. (1) (2) (3) (4) 42.q.p. y. 11 . 54° SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK /~cfi'Ftctr~~ .1) (2) (p+q + 1)(p+ q. ~~~q.1)(q.2 (x- ~'* 8.1) (2) (3) (4) Sum of two square numbers is a square. Which one of the following is true ? 41. Angles of an isosceles triangle can be (1) 30°' 60°' 90° (2) 70°' 70°' 50° (3) 50°.l)(p.p .. then the value of x + y + z is (1) 5 (2) 6 (3) 8 (4) 11 42.

65 (4) 35. ACE~ BCD ~@!cis ~.:ft ~eft~~~~ ~~it~ ~f. ACE and BCD are line segments.f ~ (1) 4 (2) 6 (3) 8 (4) 12 SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK t~C6l't~'fffir\ifll6 t . the value of y is A 46.65 (4) 35.12 (3) 34. The volume of the cube is (1) 4cm3 (2) 8 cm3 (3) 24cm3 (4) 27 cm3 44.:r CfiT ~ ~ Wfr2 t I -q.l ~ tfT"1T w. 12 (3) 24~3 27~3 ~ ~ ~ ~<'1"11~1( ~ ~ 3W:IT{ <it ~ 132 ~~ ~25 ~ G«'R it fcim. 45. (12) The total surface area of a solid cube is 24 cm2 .55 (2) 23.56 t t -r 3Wjifu it.:J~.P1J7T ".55 (2) 23. (1) (2) (3) (4) 47.p 44. In the figure. A (1) (2) (3) (4) The minimum number of tiles each measuring 6 em x 4 em needed to form a square (without overlapping) is (l) 4 (2) 6 (4) 8 'Wft3 an 45 50 60 8 (2) ~ 24 (4) 40 (3) fcl:im om -q. 46.12 (3) 34. ~v CfiT ' li'R"t.56 45. How many litres of water can it hold '? (I) 11. The circumference of the base of a right cylindrical vessel is 132 em and its height is 25 em. 40 45 50 60 ~Cfll ~ if5"~6 ~X 4 Wfl'~l1J"Cf cm.:r CfiT 3WRR t (1) 4 Wfr3 47.fiffi ? (I ) 11.

ctt ~~~VIII~mTft~:"~ 140MltH tRN ~ ~ 'If t ~ ~ trrQ' 80 em x 30 em x 40 em t I ~ 'ffi'f. (4) specific objective to handle the general error committed by students in calculating area of triangle and circle. For a unit 'Perimeter and Area' of two dimensional shapes.l w:mR cfr ~ ~~ m SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK/'tq.p (13) . Taxonomy is addressed in this problem ? (1) Knowledge (2) Comprehension (3) Synthesis (4) Application 48. 1 area of triangle as A = 2 x b x h and = m2 and hence area of circle as A will be able to calculate the area of composite shapes. Following is a problem from NCERT text book of Class VIII : "An aquarium is in the form of a cuboid whose external measures are 80 em x 30 em x 40 em.ilCfil<~ l""llq<.phf. The base.~~ .3fu" ¥ CfiT ~ A=m2Cfilmm-~~mm ~ 3fu' ~ 3lCfiT{ cw ~ ~ CfiT ~ cqr ~ 'Cfi\ ~ ~~ (1) (2) (3) (4) I" 'Cfif~t: ~ fq'lJIW'I «'R" 'tR' TTfUm cif ~Cfil~~ 1(Y'!'IiCfi'1cfr~'CfiT~~ ~ <&.a:t~Hif&!Cfi ~ 'CfiT ~ ~ ~ t" '! (1) ~ (2) ~ (3) ~~flt!fUI (4) ~ ~ futrrait Cfft ~ ~ ~ ·ttftrnq ~· cfi ~ ~ rnr ~ ~ 'Cfi1t ~ ~i~~llfl'ICfi ~ f"iklli)fll< t : I ·~f:rpr'Cfil ~A =2x b x h w m am- CfiT w:rrrr m. 48. ~ 'qJTf ~ ~ ~~q. 49. (2) specific objective indicating the assessment parameter too.m.ltrft. (3) specific objective with criteria of acceptable performance.:r~~~t I ~ CfiT ~ ~ ~ I '3lQr ~ Tft ~ 'If ~ ~CR'il'114l Cfft fciffi .o:s cfr ~ ~~ Cff 3tlr f:rpr cfr ~ 'Cfi)' ~ ~ cfi ~ fcror4T rnr ctt Tit ~ Tfffi'ft q. Find the area of the paper needed." The above objective refers to (1) general aim of teaching Mathematics at Middle School level.t 3m'. side faces and back faces are to be covered with a coloured paper. Which cognitive skill of Bloom's .q. f-1C1f<1Psn1 ~ l:ff.it. one of the instructional objective identified by the teacher is as follows : "Learner will be able to calculate the 49.

NCF 2005 ~ ~. ~ "!ll"lfTmf "!l ~ "ffi ~ S{ ~ ~ CfiRUT '~cit ~·~t ~~~cit~ cit 3Tir~=f~rr cnmr t 1 asked type of questio!ls testing knowledge and procedural memory (1) ~~~~~mcit~ (2) <SI§fClCfl~ >w-1.f #~~cit~ 3iii54~4Cfl t? ~ ~ ~if4fli<1"iCfi(Oj Piaget' s notion of assimilation and accommodation (1) (2) Bloom's Taxonomy (2) ~ ~Cfftl'1l~ (3) Gestalt Psychology (3) ~~ 1i'11fCl~H (4).f. short-answer and long answer questions (3) (4) 51. students of Class VII are observed committing the following type of errors oftenly : Type 1 : 2x .1 is equal to x 51. (14) According to NCF 2005. csO'J'tllf01<1 cit ~ ~ ll ~ VII ~ ~ "[RT ~~~cit TTt l1Mfo4i t: wm-1: 2x-1. OiSI" 2x~ lWf 25 tr Type 2 : Value of 2x when x =5 is 25 Type 3 : (x + y)2 =~ + y2 The problem of students in this case can be understood better by understanding wmt 3 : r +y (x + y)2 = fCl~l~4f cit ~ CfiT ~ ~ ~ ~ Wro.p:. 50. Behaviourism (4) 04154~1<1541~ (1) 2 flti 141 'it '1 SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK r~'C6li cfr~'\iPT6 afu" . ~. ~ "3W crrR >w-1 ~ cit 21~cilMl~ (3) ~ afu-~~cnr~~ Wro:m~wmr ( 4) l"lfTmf m q ldil~ti cit ~ ~ CfiT ~alCfl" marks allotted to each unit of the Mathematics syllabus In algebra class. one of the reasons in children having fear of failure in Mathematics is 'Design of Test'.x~~t wmt2: ~X= 5 t. Design of Test here refers to ( 1) number of questions from each Unit (2) typology of questions like multiple choice questions.p 50..

ct>fWm:1cnt~t' I (1) 'q]Col~~~~~Cf.f (4) ~~~ ~cir~~~~ll ~lltmir~it~~ll w. 52.q ~ 3fu~ ~ ~ ~ ~ cnr-:rr ~cw~~~mCf.f (2) tflO ~ tlctif<1t1.r fcWIIcHflcti"1 ~ Cf.:tC1f<"tf@t1 . t- fC~:Yll!l(iiQ fC~¥)"1('11Q ·~ •WFr • R>l4fc:tf. (2) give overview of all concepts to be covered in the unit.B ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 1R f. (4) give hint to the studentS that questions in the examination can be asked from the subunits shown in diagram.p (15) 52.8Cf)('<l"11~ q. Before starting the unit on 'numbers' teacher draws the following 'Concept map' on the blackboard : Properties •closed •commutative •Associative Properties •closed •commutative • Associative Here the teacher is trying to ( 1) create interest of the students in this unit. (3) warn students to be careful and attentive in the class otherwise they will not be able to understand meaning of all terms.8Cf)('<l"11 l'lHf~~~.f (3) ~ ciT ~ .1w-m~t SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK~~~'$-~~ . ·~~· ~ tflO CfiT ~ c:r. ~ .:tilll • R>14fctf01illl ·~ -~ '-------' ~~ .

Explain your solution process. (2) Mathematics is required in every sphere of life.06. (4) To conduct experiment in Biology Lab the knowledge of Mathematics is essential." With the help of this problem teacher can inculcate the following value : (1) Bacteria always grows and does not decay. 55.5). Its length is 4 m.nr\if116 . Find the bacteria at the end of 2 hours if the count was initially 5.5% per hour. "Two numbers are in the ratio 5 : 3.000. SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK~~~ cfr'ft. This is a problem from NCERT text book of Mathematics : "In a laboratory. what are the numbers ?" This question is framed to test a student's ( 1) conceptual understanding (2) procedural fluency (3) computational ability (4) verbal ability and procedural fluency 54.p (16) 53. If they differ by 18. (4) Solve the equation 4x + 3 = 9(x. Which of the following problem are reflecting in nature ? ( 1) Find the solution of 2x + 3 =7 (2) Write a real life situation for which 2x + 3y =6 is a solution (3) Perimeter of a rectangle is 64 metres. Fmd the perimeter. the count of bacteria in a certain experiment was increasing at the rate of 2. (3) Preventive measures shall be taken immediately to prevent the spread of epidemics because the bacterias grow at very fast rate. more than the breadth.

:n:.'fiwnr\ifl16 . Khanna asked the students to fill in the following vocabulary card while teaching fractions in Class VI : Term Fraction Definition Term Example Non Example Example I I 34.57 (1) assess the students' concept at formative stage.3io it ~ CfiT ~ ~~~em 31TWft 'Cfim it ~~\iiT~I (3) ~ -$. Mrs. introduce the topic of fractions to Class VI by revising the previous concepts as well to know the students' understanding to plan her lesson.~ em 'Cfim VI it '/?F' ~ ~ ~ 'i~'t'ith("CC'il em~ afu' ~cit liTO cit ~ ~ cit ~ em \i'fFRT 1 (4) ~ 't'i<:h("CC'il em ~ ~ -$- ~~t.f I? I~ ICl Ml 56.57 Non Example 3 6 4'17 3 Tenn Improper Fraction Example ~ (2) (3) (4) ~ ~ ~ 3f-~ Non Example 10 14 17 Definition 110 50 20 •)"5 I I 34.o31¥J 1ftl4f ~ f.'Ii:h ~ em ~'Jfl~ · l (2) m -$. ~ l'r-1 Through this activity.(17) 56. ~ I Term Definition jMixed Fractior p 3f-~ 3 ~ 6 3f-~ 110 50 20 • "'TI :p i7 {'61'11\'ICh ~ tr\ ~ cit 't'i<:h("CC'il CfiT ~ ~ ~ W1<t W 'iN'CIRI. assess the students at the end of the term. so that timely remedial action can be planned. so that students' can be considered for promotion to next class. 3f-~ 10 14 17 3 ' 2 '-5 ~ ~ ~TNT ~ 6 2'4 '7 fu-q-tr N'=r fl:mrnl'r-r ~ Non Example 3 I 3 ' 2'5 give as home assignment to strengthen their concepts. teacher may not like to ( 1) m em 11B-$-~~~: Definition 2'4 ' ~ Example em 'Cfim VI ~ ~ wr<t ~ ~ ~ f.rr I SPACE FOR ROUGH WORK /'~~c).

(4) it keeps the class in control as students get busy themselves with geo-board. (2) it enhances spatial ability as well hands on experience help them to properties understand of the geometric shapes. ~JSII 1 1f01ct ~ ~ ~ (Geo-Board) as ( 1) ll tl t" ~ Cfft ~ 311cH4Cflctl . (18) Geo-Board is an essential tool for teaching Geometry in middle classes 57. ~ ~ objects carried always arouse to classes curiosity in students about the concepts taken in class.p 57. (3) it is instruction of school authorities to use teaching aids in the class.

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(C) It refers to the various species of flora and fauna present in an area. (C) (A). (C) ~~cl.. acrylic. (C) (4) (A). (D). (B).. Extraction of copper and iron from their ores involves mainly following steps: (A) Reduction to metal (B) Enrichment (C) Refinement (D) Roasting/Calcination The proper sequence of these steps is (1) (B). · Select a compound which does not have carbon. (C) (3) (A). (A).qq"""'"'1. the products obtained from petroleum and natural gas. (D). enr ~~~I ~epf~~~l (1) (2) (3) (4) (A)Cf(B) (B) Cf (C) (C) Cf (D) (A) Cf (C) f-1t:rtf<1Pst1 #~erg-~~~ ~~~? (1) (2) (3) (4) ~ ~"11$Cfi ~ ~~Cfi ~ ·~ f-1t:rtr<1ftS1t1 #·~ ~ ~ CfJ1 ~ ~ 'q?h~l4"1'. (A). "'' ~ ~ Cffi" "3fcrn ~ ~ : (1) (B). 69.col >!A # ~ ~ ~ ~~~~t: cmq#~ ~~f. ~ q?)f<14"1 ~ ~'tmCfi ~ ~ mq. (B). petrol. 68. ri" t -msr ~ ' ~#~ am~#"ql<IT~ em-IT ffi'Cf ~ (1) (2) (3) (4) ~ "11$?l"'1"1 3i1<:ttf1"'1"1 fflf<1Cfi1"1 afu" m ~ CfJl m ~ ~ f"''&:flf&ti m. (C) (A). (D). .1t1 ~ ~~~1"'11t1 cn1 ~ flll~n_.-~#oo~~: (A) ~CRT# ~itffi"~ I (B) ~ ~ ~ TTq: $!" cl.~ qi<N"11t1 enT ~ ~ ~ I (C) ~ ~ ~ TTq: (D) ~ ~ $!" # 1:fTt ~ crnvfT ltCfi" ~ ~~n_. Select the true statements about biodiversity... caustic soda (4) Detergents. The most abundant element found in the earth's crust is (1) Carbon (2) Nitrogen (3) Oxygen (4) Silicon 69. polyester.. bitumen 68.p (21) 66. (l) Methane (2) Ethanoic acid (3) Sulphuric acid (4) Glucose 67. (B). (1) (A) and (B) (2) (B) and (C) (3) (C) and (D) (4) (A) and (C) 66. paraffin wax.~.... (D).. q1f<1Q'R<.. ( 1) Diesel.p. (D).. (D)...'I'TTq. (B) It refers to only the flora of a given area. ~ ~ ~ ~f"lr<1t1 1 (1) ~. (C) 70. (D)..Cfi<UI qRIXfl<OI ~/. 67. (D) It refers to the total number of individuals of a particular species living in an area. i.f-1""""'«1""'1Q.~~.~ (3) "114<'11"1. (2) (3) (4) (B). (A).. (C) (2) (B). 70. Qf~f<1Cfi. Cfft bqfre41 Cfft ~ $!" cl. Cfilf-R:Cfi (4) 3N"'I~Cfi (fs2<J10:C:~). (A). Select from the following a group of petrochemicals. rayon (3) Nylon..e. (C) (A) (B) (C) (D) .. manures (2) Lubricating oil. (B). (A) It is maximum in a forest. (D).~ (2) ~m-r.

col >!A # ~ ~ ~ afu" m ~ ~ f-11Xflf&t1 ~~~~t: (A) (B) (C) (D) cmq#~ ~~f. (C) (3) (A). (2) (3) (4) (B). (A) It is maximum in a forest. Qf~f<1Cfi... the products obtained from petroleum and natural gas. ~ q?)f<14"1 ~ ~lq>fctCfi ~ ~ mq.. (D). Extraction of copper and iron from their ores involves mainly following steps: (A) Reduction to metal (B) Enrichment (C) Refinement (D) Roasting/Calcination The proper sequence of these steps is (1) (B).. (D). (l) Methane (2) Ethanoic acid (3) Sulphuric acid (4) Glucose 67.~ (2) ~m-r. rayon (3) Nylon. (C) (A). (B). ( 1) Diesel. ri" t -msr ~ ' ~#~ am~#"ql<IT~ em-IT ffi'Cf ~ (1) (2) (3) (4) ~ "11$$:l"'1"1 :i}i1crul"'1"1 fflf<'1Cfi1"1 ~ CfJl m m. acrylic. (C) . paraffin wax. bitumen 68.. Cfilf-R:Cfi (4) :!}N"'I~Cfi (fsc:<J1o:e:~). The most abundant element found in the earth's crust is (1) Carbon (2) Nitrogen (3) Oxygen (4) Silicon 69. Select the true statements about biodiversity.~.p (21) 66. 68. (A).e. (A)... manures (2) Lubricating oil.. (C) (A). (D). (C) ~~~~#oo~~: (A) ~CRT# ~itffi"~ I (B) ~ ~ ~ TTq: $!" ~ ~ qi<N"11t1 enT ~ ~ ~ I (C) ~ ~ ~ TTq: $!" ~ .~~. (B) It refers to only the flora of a given area. (C) 70. (D). polyester. (D) It refers to the total number of individuals of a particular species living in an area. (B).. ~ ~ ~ ~fA4f<1t1 I (1) ~. q. (D).qq~"'1. (C) It refers to the various species of flora and fauna present in an area.~ (3) "114<'11"1. 69. (A). (D). (D).. q1f<1Q'R<. 67. 70.. i. (A). caustic soda (4) Detergents. Select from the following a group of petrochemicals. ~~~I (D) enr ~ ~ $!" # 1:fTt ~ crnviT ltCfi" ~ flll~n_. (C) (4) (A)... 1t1 ~ ~~~1"'11t1 cn1 ~ flll~n_.Cfi<UI qRIXfl<OI ~~~f-1~'Rirm1q='1 ~ ~ Cffi" "3fcrn ~ ~ : (1) (B).. · Select a compound which does not have carbon.. (B). Cfft bqfre41 Cfft ~ ~epf~~~l (1) (2) (3) (4) (A)Cf(B) (B) Cf (C) (C) Cf (D) (A) Cf (C) f-1t:rtf<1Rslt1 # ~~~? (1) (2) (3) (4) ~ erg-~~~ ~ ~"11$Cfi ~ ~~Cfi ~ ·~ f-1t:rtf<1fult1 #·~ ~ ~ CfJl ~ ~ 'qciJ<~I4"1'. (D). (1) (A) and (B) (2) (B) and (C) (3) (C) and (D) (4) (A) and (C) 66. (C) (2) (B). (B)... petrol...

~- (3) ~. (1) Adding manure.Jl ~ CfiT ~ ~. ~~ f-1kif<1f&n ~ ~ ~ ~ CfiT fllj'=-illl ~: m-m o> ~ q. ~. (2) ~: Select from the following set of Rabi crops only: ( 1) Wheat. (2) know and understand the life processes of living things. deep ploughing. conclusions ~~~~~~~rt m~: -.~. ~. groundnut (3) Wheat. ~ q.~-~. 73.q. om£~1~1'1. (4) mtrm (3) <fmm fslilliCfi("ljq'i ~ ~ fllj'=-illl ~ "fT ~ ~ ~ ctr 1ff:1{fu ~ ~ Cfitff (1) ~~. cotton. ~~. ~ <Wcr ii'RRT (1) (2) (3) ~ coT I ~~11f"1Cfi m-'1" ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ctr ~ ~ coT ~~~I ~~11f"1Cfi ~-~ ctr ~ ~ ~ ~ fslilllf. o) a 12. ~. mustard (2) Wheat. irrigation. mustard (4) Mustard. crop rotation. ~SWRT (4) ~~. gram. enquire and investigate stimulate creative thoughts. adding manures. corn. adding fertilizers. pea. gram. The aim of science is to enable children to ( 1) ask (lnd answer scientific questions. c2> ~ ~.qm.:fTffi m- ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~·~ (4) ~'l'HIMCfi ~ CfiT ~ ~~~~-~~ "Cfi"B . evaluate evidence and present 74. ~~. accurately. (4) Crop rotation. 72.r 1~iCfi'1 and to cnr ~ 73. 74. gram. crop rotation.p 71. (2) Adding fertilizers. ii•. groundnut clearly m <4> ~m Select the set of activities which replenish or enrich the soil with nutrients.~~. adding manure. adding manures. (22) The revolution associated fisheries is (1) Blue revolution (2) Green revolution (3) Yellow revolution (4) White revolution with 71.~ (2) ~~. soy&bean. (3) ·Irrigation. 'lll'h~l (3) ~~. (3) plan and carry out scientific investigations .:<51n ~.m-m (4) m-m. pea.

75. laws and principles.rciT '# ~ t I (3) (4) ~-~ ~ ~.ljl\11. 76.""lCfi arft~~ (4) ~ ~ ~ diblfllct1l ~ ~~Hii. (4) to establish link between both the domains of knowledge i.""lCfi ~ t 78. !O!lll%'iicti Cfi17t ~~-~em~ ~m:qt <1) J~~uf. .~'#". (3) as an arrangement of teaching strategies.p (23) 75. ~ Qld4'€14l ctlt ~ 2005 '00 fcmR ~~-~ # QG!lcHOI 'Q"{~ t~ ~~ f. t- ~~-~'#~~~'# w~~~'Q'ttm~"C111 (1) ~~'#~~~~~ ~I (2) ~ ~«iq~Cf) ~ cit ~ ~~I (3) ~~~~mtrnl~ ~I (4) ~~em >fl!Trr·~ ~ ~ ~~I . Practical work is an essential component of science teaching and learning(I) for the aim of developing scientific knowledge. the teacher should ( 1) read to the class from the text book. 78. (2) conducive for constructivist learning where learners engage in experiential tasks.. simplify her language for delivering lectures. 77. (3) (4) show visuals related to topic.e. (2) plan as many hands on activities as possible. objects and observable phenomena. ~ crnj arft ~ lO!ICfiEIC::'11 ~ ~ ~ "' ~~~~I ~ ~ 'Q"{ ~ ~ '# ~ ~ '# CfillJ{l~ ~ ('1Cfl4\fctilfl ~ ~mm~~ ~ ~'jjSJ?f(1o ~ I (1) ~~Hii. Pedagogical approaches associated with computer based technologies in supporting learning of science at secondary level are adapted to ( 1) cognitive resources (2) psychomotor resources (3) cognitive and structuring resources (4) "ICT and cognitive resources When the majority of students in a science class are well below grade level in reading.:r4m cit ~ ( 1) ~ 1'(-lo.ll'11 ~I'( (2) m ~~m'tFI"~~'#~em ~lO!fll'4lCfi~UI ~ ~ I f'"lq\olql~ ~ c). (4) like a treasure hunt to guess what is there in teacher's mind. ~ ~ ~~\ifflT~~ cr.q 3lot ~~~~ (3) ~c).~ t- ~~I 76."~~~'# (4) ~ ~ ~ ~. 77. (3) as communication not as discovery. ~~ 1Cil:.ffci. (2) for differentiating research and laboratory work. .1Cfl ~ 'Cf)f (2) m arR- mm ~ ~~ l'flllll~ll{11 Cfi17t . National Curriculum Framework2005 stresses an environment for the science classroom which is ( 1) conceptualising science as a means of discovering theories. ~ ~ '# ~~I ~~ qfui&fl '# cp:rr ~ -m ~~~-~c).""lCfi ~ (2) 'i'1"illfocti ~ (3) ~~Hii.

. (4) that students may not be able to handle the solutions/readings properly.) ~ ~ ~ ~.f~t I ~mr31mRt~~~~t 1 cit f-iC1f<1f<Sid t f~e:l'11~14q.. ~ cit ~ ~ q. 80. 83.r (2) ~~-..)wifTT~~q.The product approach (2) The process approach (3) The perfect approach (4) The preliminary approach 1110 ~ ~ ~ q. ~ .) (3) (4) ~ ~ ~ qf{:qlf(1(1 . (3) Providing a lot of opportunity for drill. ~ ll fcmR ~ ~ ~ ww:IT-~ ~ ~ cit "QCf) ~~~fcf.~~ (1) ~ ~ 14{h'q'{oi m.r ww:rr.w~F-o ~ ~~ ~~ (3) (4) 3lTC ro (1) (2) (3) (4) 81. (4) Correcting their errors instant! y. One of the limitations of problem based learning for science teachers in practical class is ( 1) that students do not know what might be important for them to learn.p (24) 79. witTT cm-ft ~~~~fcf.m ~ ~~~~~~ (2) ~ 3Mm~~~~~~ (3) ~ ll<"ffM'41q{~~&%~ (4) 82..q &J$'41q. ~~I ~ ~.r lffilfttq. the teacher should ask the maximum number of questions in the following phase : ( 1) Introduction phase (2) Revision phase (3) Growth phase (4) Completion phase 79.q~~: CI) ~cit~ q. · While teaching a lesson.~ ~ I ~q. ~ d4'ql{lfLfq. 82. Out of two approaches of evaluation that are in vogue today which of the approach is focussing on the performance of teacher 't ( 1) .:r m '31:fT1ll1 ~ ~ F-1a:ue:"'' 1R GWr ~ ~ ? (1) (2) (3) (4) ~~ ~ '31:fT1ll1 ~ "3tfT7Tl1 ~ "3tfT7Tl1 ."'' ~ ~ ~ tf F-1 ""''f<1fum ll ~ Cflt.q ~ ~ ~ ~ "Ucm \ifT ~~I ~~-~~~@141<1~~ w.q~~~: (1) q\1::qt:u~14q. This type of teaching involves : ( 1) Diagnosis of specific difficulty of the student. ~ ~I 83.q~~. 80.IQ(R ~ q. d1'He:lf4t€1 ~ I ~ ~ ~~. ~ (2) y.it~m~' ~ 41~4~14 q.) f~C1f:<1f<SI(1 ~ . Eight-millimeter loops are characterized by all of the following except that they ( 1) are really short motion pictures (2) can be stopped to view a single frame (3) are best used for full class instruction (4) can be easily operated by pupils The importance of diagnostic and remedial teaching ts the primary responsibility of the teacher. (2) Providing lot of material to read. (3) teacher may not be able to cover syllabus properly. fttMl4lC:{ ~ ~~ FCI~ti@ • \ifT ~ ~ ~ fcfi ~ qrn:rq ll <'1q TfRf ~ I "QCf) ~ . 81. (2) prior knowledge of practical/theory topic might not be known to students .

If the distance between the two cities is 180 kilometres. (2) one north pole.~~~3fu'~ ~w:n~~~ (2) ~~~. Urethra -7 Ureter (4) Kidney ~ bladder~ Urethra Ureter ~ Urinary ~~ (1) -q: em..p ~ 84. ~"t (1) 72 KM/H (2) 20M/sec. "ffi CfiTt cR 3ffi:«. then you get · ( 1) one north pole. one south pole .ffi'. ~ 'Qffi ~ CfiT ~ ~ ~ ~ ~"t ~~~~~cffiffi. (3) three identical magnets.45 AM. (B) They are the sexual reproductive organs. ~~~~lTCfl ~cR~ (3) . (3) 20 m/s (4) 72 kmlhr 86. ~ c). 87. (D) After fertilization they give rise to fruits.~ cR ~ 180 fot~<1ll412< "t. Study the following statements about flowers: (A) They are always bisexual. (4) two identical magnets and a steel bar. 84.ffi ~ I ~~-m1~t (1) (A) 'Cf (C) (2) (A) 'Cf (D) (3) (B) 'Cf (C) (4) (B) Cf (D) f'"1'"1f('lf@<1 -q: ~ ~ wfR.f~~ (4) ~ ~ ~ 3fu' ~~ CfiT ~ m- -q: f'"1'"1f('lf~<1 ~ CfiT ~~: (A) ~~~~t1 (B) ~~\ifRtrT~t I (C) ~wft~~-q:~~~ I (D) Rm c). (3) 20 mls (4) 72 kmlhr 85. If you cut this magnet in three identical parts.15 AM 'IR ~ fcom 3R mr B -q: 11.~~ '~:fiR Gf. ~ Select from the following the correct path of urine in the human body : (1) Kidney ~ Ureter ~ Urinary bladder ~ Urethra (2) Kidney ~ Urinary bladder ~ Ureter ~ Urethra · (3) Kidney ~ Urinary bladder ~ 87."ffi ~ mq:f iPT ~~~.and one complete magnet having two poles.ll ~COT~ liflT~: (1) ~~~~~~~ ~ (2) ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ (3) -~~~~~~~ (4) ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ lf5f ~ .15 AM and reaches the city B at 11. 85. (C) They are produced in all group of plants.45 AM"~R~"t ~~~m. ~em-~ mr A~ 9. The true statements are ( 1) (A) and (C) (2) (A) and (D) (3) (B) and (C) (4) (B) and (D) 86. one south pole and one steel bar. You have a strong bar magnet made of steel.Uc). the average speed of the car is (1) 72 KM1H (2) 20M/sec. A car starts from a city A at 9.

~l. ~ • '3"f.:n=f ~~~tal)r~·Cfil~ ~~~~tl (2) ~ mit ~ ~ t 3lR~~q. t fcri\R~~·~m­ ctmf~~~tl 2 (3) ~~Nfu<irmmt ~~~ ~~"R~t ~~~Cfil ~~~ri'ffCf. blood flows under high pressure. (2) They have thick elastic walls without valves inside. (2) help in transporting the undigested and unabsorbed food from small intestine to large intestine.'3"f. blood flows under high pressure and carries blood away from the heart to various parts of the body.'q ~ tR ~ t 3l)r ~ t mm ·Cfil~~~wttr~~ ~'ffCf. f. collects blood from different organs and brings it back to the heart. Select the correct sequence of anaerobic reactions in yeast. (3) They have thick walls. 89. 'd acttc ac1 Cytoplasm Glucose Pyruvate Mitochondria L ."~~t I ~ mit ~ ~ mffi ~~~~m#tl~ .:r:S::&I:::IT qj4()~2 2 Cytoplasm Glucose Cytoplasm L Pyruvate . under low pressure and carries blood away from the heart. Cytoplasm (I) Glucose Pyruvate Mitochondria E h CO ~ t ano1+ 2 Cytoplasm (2) Glucose Pyruvate Cytoplasm Ethano1+ CO 89. (3) absorb water and some salts from the undigested food. .l_cnw_lf.lcn1f~41 90.jCf. ~Fc:tecn ~ > ~fctecn ~ ~ (Hii1!<) ctf aWr ~ ~ ~ t? (1) ~ ~ CfiT mFf ~311 ~ qf(Ciffio ~ ~ ~ ~ 1 (2) ~ ~ ~~ICII(n~o ~ cnr ~~~~~~~ ~I (3) ~~~~om~~ Cfll ~CI~0~<'1 ~ (4) I ~ ~ ~ ~ 31CI~0!:4Uj ~ ~ ~~~~~~ .p 88. ( 4) They have thick elastic walls with valves inside. ~ ~ 31CII4q~l4 ~311 ~ W ~ cnl~ I (I) ~ Chlf:(llcnl~&l qj 4 '6~c (2 ) .Cffl" ~ ~ \ill ~ CfiT quf.. w CO -_'1_1~_2. w . (26) Select the statement that correctly describes the arteries. blood flows. ( 1) They have thin walls with valves inside.qycmm-ff.J ~tl (1) ~~~m<fttal)r~ ~ cmT?: m-ff I ~."~~t I (3) (4) (4) 90. .'q ~ ~ ~ t' I~ thl~lcniS::&I (4 ) ~ Chl~icniS::&I q 14 '6~c 'll~c:. 88."M.d ---~ acuc ac1 The role of villi in the intestine is to (I) help in the conversion of starch into simple sugars.§41 ~~~HI<1 + 2 ~ Chl~icnl~&l qj 4 '6~c Chl~lcnl~&l ~ w co ~'t1Hi<1 + (3) ~ ~Cf)J:TTof~O'r. blood flows under low pressure. (4) increase the surface area for absorption of digested food. carries the blood from heart to different organs of the body.

(l) Norway (2) Brazil (3) United States of America (4) Russia 35. * *' iil~{lllg lR~W ~ 3fu'~ q"ilglll{ ~mit f<mwr~ ~~~~~~ arercrr ~ 'CflT ~ ~ (1) ~ ~ 'CflT mTcnr (2) ~ (3) ~ (4) -mq~ qg1<1~ ll ~ ~ qi<'4RCfl _ _ Cf>t}~~ (1) (2) (3) (4) I 'rfto <~ .rtcti fc:l#tH) 31.ffffi ~ ( 1) 3i"f1(1Lfi(4MlCfl{OI (2) Wfl't. The method to slow down the flow of water and soil erosion in agriculture land on hilly slopes is known as ('1) Intercropping (2) Contour ploughing (3) Shifting farming (4) Mulching 31. 32. 35. 31Jtl' 3ltR' l:ffi'IT-ll«ir *' ~ m\if ~ W'M1T 4000 cri ~ ~ ~ 4lg01J11~$1 co1 <miT 'Cfl\ ~ 1 3WR f..Ill (Social Studies I Social Science).p (27) Candidates have to do questions 31 to 90 EITHER from Part • 11 (Mathematics and Science) OR from Part.u (7TRlrrr cr fcrmrr) w .wl rn (3) ~ ~ ·~~ (4) ~ (2) \ . ~ GPHI'4 ~ fuq ~~'CflT~~~~~~ ~ ~ ~ 'l'fliT '4T 1 (1) -. Which of the following things you wouid see while you visit there ? ( 1) Storehouse at dockyard (2) Caves and rock shelters (3) I'\ armada valley (4) Great Stupa 32. 33..tl{&ill ~ 'MHI"f1fl ~ ~-liffl~~ (3) (4) ~ ~ fcf.) ~ ~ Cf>1 Imagine that you are travelling with your parents about 4000 years ago from Lothal to Mohanjodaro. ~I H141M$ fcrmrr} f I "m PART· III I cqpr ·III SOCIAL STUDIES I SOCIAL SCIENCE (filqff...rtcti art44"'f I filqlf. The traditional songs of Bhakti in Maharashtra were devoted to which of the following deity ? (l) Krishna (2) Jagannatha (3) Vitthala (4) Shiva 34. What refers to a special identification or name that is associated with a product? (1) Lifestyle (2) Market (4) Brand (3) Consumer 34. \1fRT \.111 (Mlllfi:tq.. rmmr~ ?liT J1'R 11 "9o w rrr snrr . ~~lR~~ll~ ~ 3lTr ~ ~ q..:!Afe1Psmll ~ ~ ~ ~ mriT ? w em m (1) (2) (3) (4) 33. Name the country where the first was plant Hydro-electricity established.

The earth has been divided into how many time zones? 39.n~t? (1) 2 12 (2) 12 (3) 16 (3) "16 (4) 21 (4) 21 'qffif ~ ~qf"'l~n.ICfl ~ (1) 2 (2) Subsidiary Alliance Colonial period introduced by 38~ 36. Metamorphic rocks get formed when ( 1) Magma cools and becomes solid. (2) Rock fragments roll down. 39. . (3) Igneous and sedimentary rocks are exposed to great heat and pressure. ll 'm- ~·"CflT~~ ( l) Lord Minto o) (2) Lord William (2) (3) Lord Cornwallis (3) (4) Lord Wellesley (4) m fi:luGT ~ m fqf(14J4 ~ m Cfll4cllf("lfl ~ m ~Ht~M'l ~ (1) ~~ooi~om~~ (2) -m=r "CflUIT ~ ~ ~. get m~~~ compressed and hardened. 37. (28) How many members can be nominated by the President of India to Rajya Sabha ? 'qffif ~ {IC:S:4fn rnr ~ ~ Wro: ~ ~~~-. (4) ~ ~ (3) a:itt ~ ~ ~ ~ ffil1 a:itt ~ ll ~ m t-f ~ I (4) ~ ctft tmtfll ~ Remains of plants and animals ~ a:itt ~ ~ ~~\1fl1T~~ I get deposited as layers on the rocks. ~~~~$ITl:)~TT<:rrt? (1) 26 (2) 24 (1) 26 (2) 24 (3) 36 (3) 36 (4) 12 (4) 12 ..p 36. in during the India was 37.

Weathering implies ~~~t (1) Wearing away of the landscape (1) ~~"Cfll~ (2) Breaking up of the rock on the (2) ~"Cfll~Cfft~~~ (3) ~ earth's surface (3) Process of erosion and ~-~A deposition together (4) 43.p (29) 40. 42. namely ~~afu-~~~qt ~ Cli~Cfllii -.23 (1) The slanting rays fall on the (2) Only the North poles is tilted (3) towards the Sun. 'Wf 15271l~-rnr~-~-rrqy? (1) Sher Shah Suri (1) ~~ (2) Ibrahim Lodi (2) ~~ (3) Rana Sanga (3) "UUll~ (4) Rana Partap (4) "UU1T 1ffiYq" 42. 41.T{ ~ ~ ~ ittft ~~ l.t ~ 1l ~ ~ Cfft Edward Lutyens and Herbert Baker ? ~ (f~\111~'1) ~ Cfft ? Which city in India was designed by 40. (1) The direct rays of the Sun fall ~~ (4) Weather cycles On 21st March and 23ro September 43.$ffiT cit ~ . (2) ~ ~ ~ "CfiT afu- (4) m "3ffi" mort 1 -m GfuuT mort 1 'tiCf ~ ctt am- ~~ am. (3) f-act Rl< "CfiT ~fl on the equator. 21 11Ttt afu. ~ ~ l. (4) Only the South pole is tilted towards the Sun. (1) Calcutta (Kolkata) (1) Cfl(1 Cflttl ( Cf)I (1 Cfll ct I) (2) Madras (Chennai) (2) 11rn1~ (3) Bombay (Mumbai) (3) ~~ (4) New Delhi (4) ~~ In the year 1527 Babur defeated 41. the two famous architects.T{ ~ Cfft ~ tmm ~fl equator.

q ~ ~ Wrtt ~ ~ 3li'=<:)M'1 ~ racial discrimination was along the coast of ~ WfR~"Cfl11WT~~~~ 1950's for demanding equal rights 47. (30) Who was the famous grammarian of 44. 'IWCi 47.:G Ji ~I ~'IJII < (4) Arctic Ocean (4) 3llchRCfl 14t~lfll''"' "'(. # Oti1Cfl{OII'€ll4 ~ ~ ? the Upanishadi Period in India? 46. (1) ~ (2) ~~~ (3) ~~~ ~"<:flit-~ ~ ~ tnt \1ffi'ft ~ ? (1) Atlantic Ocea1.1 (1) 3ii!Mifc:Cfl "'(.lfll'l'l: (2) Pacific Ocean (2) ~ (3) Indian Ocean (3) ft.f .USA iii 46. and to put an end to ~ (1) Apartheid (2) American National Movement (3) Civil Disobedience Movement (4) Civil Rights Movement Highly indented coastline is found 1950 ~~# ~ ~ ~ .ft (2) Aryabatta (2) ~ (3) Kautilya (3) Cfl'lfc:<"'4 (4) Gargi (4) TWiT A movement that began in .p 44.I'HI'I< ('g" ~ mv. aqf"11Sf\ (1) Panini (1) trTfUT.

India? oqro.f . (4) Trees with thick leaves.U{~ I farmers.IT lf1iT mffl f I t I 1 .ffi.fu-r d\'GI~<tll q.r '3'lTR ~ .fu-r~ cf. ~ q. environmental change ? 49.q: ~ ~ ~ 1it (1) ( 1) (2) cffi' ~ 'q"{ ~ 'iiiil{~~ ~ .q: f~""1f~fu4(1 .-~ I (2) ~1§1tllFftll ~~~ (3) ~m~m~~t (4) ~ eif "4fW. SO.r~q. (3) means to compel abolished all Indigo contracts signed (3) ~ d\'GI~ctll between farmers (4) ~ Cf d\'GI~<tll & Which of the following is the first so. ~m'GfiR' (2) ~mefilr Panchayat (3) ~ Federal Government (4) ~mefilr State Government (2) Central Government (3) (4) A mangrove variety of forest implies Trees 51. In which Age the Earth experienced 48. (2) 1fT ~ mefiR mT ~ ~ ~ British Government (l) 1fT (1) ( 1) (l) 3Wf~~~~cf. 1l . 51. (1) recommended a decrease in the found farmers guilty of (2) attacking on planters. (3) Trees that grow very tall.q: ~ eif f~NiiU~I eif revenue for the Indigo farmers.:r~~t that resemble mango trees.r '3'lTR cnT W 'Cfl'4T I MJCfloif:!Cf) &fCifl!ll ~ mt? level of democratic government m ( 1) ~ 'q"{ ~~~~~~~ planters. I found planters guilty of using coercive (4) 3WWT -:t .p (31) 48. ~~cf.ffi.~ WTR ~ . Trees that can survive in saline water. m-?fl' 1l ~ 1l 44lC:Hv~q 4Rctd"1 ~ ? 9>{141~101 Mesolithic Age (3) lft441~101 Microlithic Age (4) ~f:l41~1011fl Paleolithic Age (2) Neolithic Age (3) (4) Indigo Commission set up by the 49..-q.

54.r ~ fcR:r ~ ~ fcf. (32) Grasslands found in the mid-latitudes with short grasses are known as ( 1) Temperate grasslands (2) Tropical grasslands (3) Tundra vegetation (4) Savannah grasslands In which part of the Hindu Temples. The Harappan Civilization was developed on the banks of the river (1) Satluj (2) Jhelum (3) Ganga (4) Indus 55.. the land gifted to the temple was called (1) Devadana (2) Bhumidan (3) Sabha (4) Shalabhoga 54. 57.ftfu tfiT Cfim \iiTffi ~ (1) ~wm (2) ~coT~ (3) ~ (4) ~~ . In early Medieval period. 55. ~ ~ ~ # mit cm:r Cl'l"ffi cm:r ~ CfiT ~ \iiTffi ~ 53. 56. (1) ~ EllfH4M (2) awiCflfcoiil~ Ellflf2Wf (3) ~ (4) "f!'CfRT Ellfl ~ M cHf4fo ~~~fcR:r~#~ ~coT ~ l'lfctftiao ~? mm (1) ~ (2) ~ (3) ~~ (4) 11'4 ~ ~ "TT ~ ~ # ~ CfiT ~ ~ 1'ft ~ CfiT ~ \l'fTffi ~ (1) ~ (2) ~ (3) (4) ~ ~ ~ ~ q. the image of the main deity is placed ? (1) Shikhara (2) Mandapa (3) Natyagruha (4) Garbhagruha 52.p 52. Where is in the Africa the slash and burn agriculture practised ? ( 1) Rainforests (2) Deciduous forests (3) Hot deserts (4) Delta regions 56. 53.nt §3n? (1) ~ (2) ~ (3) "*rr (4) ~ ~·Wf~~#~Cffr~ ~? ~CRT~ qUJ%11 CRT~ (1) (2) (3) 11'4 "l*'~Mi ~ (4) ~&biT~ ~ ~ CfiT ~ ~ tR" @itli"11 cit ~ W"'~f~ilo ~ co1 -. The policy which ensures the availability of foodgrains to the common people at affordable price is known as ( 1) Food security (2) Land of plenty (3) 'Self sufficiency (4) Agricultural development 57.

My sore was cit~ *"~~cit fefR:r ~ placed cit~~~? under the former ruling mc.r ~ ~ use most of the water of Cauvery (Kaveri) river ? (1) Kerala and Tamil Nadu (1) ~ ~ f1fl4W11'§ (2) Karnataka and Tamil Nadu (2) ct>"'tl2:cti ~ f1fl4(1"'tl'§ (3) Tamil (3) f1fl4(1"'tl'§ ~ 31RT ~ (4) Cf>"'llf!Cf) ~ 31RT ~ Nadu and Andhra Pradesh (4) 59. (1) lRTOT (2) cr1fs4H (3) ~ (4) ~~i:W<f!IG ·~ '<f~Tll' q.r Rmur ~ .:m fct. ~~*"~~#itl{~ seventeenth century.p (33) 58. (1) TheMughals (1) 1fWf~ (2) The Tughlaqs (2) ~~ (3) The Khiljis (3) ~~ (4) The Lodis (4) m~ .m dynasty of 60. ( 1) The Marathas (2) The Wodeyars (3) The Sindhias (4) The Nizam of Hyderabad The 'Chahar Bagh' were constructed by which of the following dynasty ? 60.<:rr ~ ~? . Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh After the death of Tipu Sultan in late 59. ~ ~ *" \iWf q. Which of the following two States 58.

Which of the following crops can be 62.001 (3) 0.0001 (3) 0.009 (4) 0. ~~ ~ ~~tt (1) 0. 64. cit .p 61.0001 (2) 0.009 While teaching 'Regional Inequality•· ~ q. ~-~~ (3) f~~cPit~~~~ (4) '"M"'':sl•t f~Hf-1ll<~:' ~ ~ q:. m 'tfimYf ~ ~ ~\ifr~t? of fresh water..0019 (1) 0.r 'Slumdog of Millionaire' hero tR" 62.qm (3) Coffee (3) ~ (4) Millet (4) ~ Rivers constitute _ _ _ percentage 63.~ ~ f-1""'1fMf&ct which of the following would be the ~~~q.001 (4) 0.0019 (2) 0. (34) Dharavi in Mumbai is famous as (1) Film making place (2) High rise building (3) World's largest slums (4) House 61.t. f-1t:01fMfuH'1 64. (2) .~ ~ 31fl"''l'1ctl ..t. grown on sandy soils and needs low rainfall and high to (1) Jute (1) ~ (2) Cotton (2) q.mt-? best suited method ? (1) 6Zj((§41'1 (2) ~ \lt{Ul ~ (3) ~~ ( 1) Lecture method (2) Field trip method (3) Discussion method (4) Observation method liDlT ~ -q .. ~ -q (1) ' mwft ~ t- ~Rmur~ . -q ~~~Cf~~~~# moderate temperature ? 63.

r m ~ ~ Discuss importance of water for human beings. (2) ~~~~Cf>T ~~~~I Only local geography should (2) Processes leading to events Distinction (3) between 67.=ITI students. While teaching Geography (I) Students are taught · 65. (4) ~ ~~~ CR"'IT Take students on a field visit to treatment plant. social sciences should be highlighted. ctil tWffi 1:R" ~ ~ CfiT ~ ~ 1:R" ~ 'loTGUT~~-R\iiRT ~ ~ tR" ~ CfiT qR~1'il"'ll t. (4) ~ ~ tR" ~ "t-tCfiT~~ mr 0141&41"'1 . (3) ·~ ~ ~· CfiT ~ ~ ~ f~J:P1fHf€1<1 ii ~ Cfft. f~IOP1fMfl3<1 ii ~ Cfft.p (3S) 65. (4) ~ ~ ~ ~ ctil lO!t:fCI<tul ~ ~ aW 1f ~ CfiB ~ be taught. ~ 3WT q.r m ~ VIII ~ best suited to enable children of ~ rnT ~ ~'il"'llfl'ie+5('11 CfiT ~ Class-VIII to express their creativity ? q:.ft ~ ~ ~ ~ ii fq:?<'i~<1 ~ tll'flft'1<:+5 q tlllO!if-11<:+5 mAT ii ai'<"1r ~I natural Which of the following would be ~311 ~311 CfiT sciences and . 66. (2) 67. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~I should be analyzed in the light of reason and child's own experience. which of the following methods would be best suited? ( 1) t? (1) (2) (3) Assign a project on this topic to Arrange delivery of a lecture by an expert on this topic.B~~~~~~ (1) Collection of Coins rnr? (2) Preparation of Charts (I) fuffi CfiT ~ (3) Preparation of Scrapbooks (2) ~~~ (4) Reading (3) $tr~~~ N~wspapers To teach "working of the water treatment plant".f "qTO ~ ~~ \ijRf cm. to (1) remember about all the important places of world with the help of mnemonics. (3) ~xilf~cru (4) ~~~I 66.

(2) children from poor families (3) children from rural background (4) disabled children ~ ~ ~ ~~ ~ 44fn41 t. f-'f'"'lf<1f(Sft1 # ~ ~ fffir 34T. (36) While preparing a lesson plan on the 68. To· analyse the performance of (2) f. (2) (2) Teaching lessons in microparts Micro manage student's Teaching by using micro-phone for the benefit of deaf students.fffir W#~~~ for better understanding. # ''l:!l«f ~ Cfft t. '4fu:rrU t.N..r~~ (4) • behaviour.fffir (3) wtftur ~ t.-ant # ~ ~ ~I Remedial teaching can be done for 69.r~t (1) trainee teacher and suggest ~ ~ .m m1141 ~an q. (4) t. 'q10 em ~ (3) ~t"~q. ~ '8&1Htll' ~ 1R 'q10 topic 'Gender Equality in India' what ~~~~~~"€RRT will be your first step ? ~~? (1) List the disadvantages of (1) (2) Frame objectives (3) Prepare the list of expected (3) outcomes (4) ~ fq('jllf('j41 Cfft ~ Cfft ~ ~CfWIT I Gender disparity Cfft 3i'f'tlf-'fn qf{o11i011 ~ ~ CfWfT I Think about the plight of (4) eunuchs (transgenders) 69.fffit (4) ~~t"fffir ~~q.p 68.li(lf4'1Cifi ~~'ffl~t? (1) any student not responding to (1) usual class room methods 70. (3) ~ ~ • ~ ~ ~ Wrtt ~ "~:fiR ~ .~ t.'Rfu ttfnfit>4J 'SqCffi ~ 'Cifi«iT The purpose of the 'Micro-teaching' is (1) 'c:tilt 70. ~ feedback.~ t.r fCii(I~ISiol Ci ~ ttfntffic.

f 3ltFl ~ CflT ~ lR !>lfof~41 ~ ~ "Cfir-ft~ I (3) ~ ~ q. ~ q. The case study approach exclusively focus on ( 1) avoiding definitions. 71.p (37) 71. (2) ~q. ~ q.f ~ ~ CflT ~ I !>lfctf~q'1 CfiT ~ ~ ~ ~ rnT ~mf. ~~~~~~--· qm:rrt o> ~an ~ iif€AT making children learn through their own experiences. ' Cfltrrr I (2) ~ q. 72.f ~ ~¥01$i~R) if~ 'Cfm'IT t (4) ~ ~ CfiT cm"llq{Oi • ~ q. ~ CflT ~ ~ !>lfctfci!CS4'1 ~ if f•1'"1FC1f&d if~~~~ t 1 m (1) Students should not reflect on routine class work otherwise it will delay transaction of curriculum. (2) (4) 73. (3) Peer tutors should substitute teachers frequently as it helps co-learners to better understand concepts.~~~wt.f fewtfiOGid (4) ·~ if <Ejf-1R»'€1o !>lfnf5641 CflT $ q. (2) (3) 72.T~m~~rnr preparing grounds to enable students to pursue law in their higher studies which involves (3) ~- encouraging fixed response tendency in students. (4) ~ ~ lR ~ q.tfiffi~~~ I 73.f !>lfctfa'tii4'1 ~~~~erg' qi(5JUfl¥01 cii ~ q.f ~ !>lfct<fiilfq(1 ~ ~.~ ~~~ case studies. An environment of mutual trust and context of reflection must be created by the teacher. Which one of the following can be used suitably to find out the relative position of a student in a group ? -ww if ~ ~ ~ ~ mo CfiVt ~ ~ f~AfC1fuld if ~ ~ ~ ~· w:Wr fcn<:rr \iff ~ t ? (1) Grading o> m (2) Percentage score (2) ~~ (3) Percentile score (3) !>&1l{ldiCfi (4) Composite score (4) ~~ Which one of the following is most suitable about reflection of students thinking? ( 1) Students should not reflect on the competency of their teacher.f lilct:IIWd 'Cfi't'1T I .f ~ m ~ ~ cn1 ~.

(38) Which one of the following is not a 74. (2) cw W'.ft tt Rt. (2) ~ -rnr Cfft TTt (4) 76.m.ft (3) Experiments (3) ~ (4) Cartographic field work (4) Cfllclt~lf4ict> ~-~ ..:n:.:r m ~ ~ ll ~ ~ ~ m ll ~: "W:t w.m. (4) fcii mri ~ ~ learning. fll41f-rtct> ~ ~ f.p 74. (3) ~ ~tt~~Cfft~-.r -qm WTRT ability to work in a group. (l) ~~cm~~if> ~~t.:r m function of remedial teaching in social sciences ? (1) ( 1) Enlisting the types of errors Preventing errors in learning. 11Mfn41 ~ >lCtiTU Cfft~~ I made by students.:t~'CQ\4 ~cR~~~cR I lot.r ~ tt Cflt. Which one of the following options is related to the heuristic method of solving problems in geography ? ~-~ (2) weakness of individuals. ~-q~~tit~ tt Cflt.=rr I things by heart and practice a 75. and Cfft ~ "Cf1T ~ Cfft ~ "Cf1T ~ (3) &lfCffill\4 ~ ~ ct>4"!11R41 q. (3) Assisting the weak students (3) after school hours. (4) Ensuring that students learn (4) A test can not serve the purpose of 75.r ll ~~? (1) An intelligent hunch (1) ~~~ (2) Trial and error (2) ~q~w. ascertaining the effectiveness assessing (I) finding the progress of out strengths 76.itm~ : of teaching-learning.

. itJ:r 'ql'CRT ~ chanellising energy of children (4) ~ ~ ~ IOIDIIMlG~c.: q.:yq ll ~ 'Cf>t. Child-centred (2) Conservative (3) Flexible (4) Humanitarian excursion in Social Science is (4) • CfiFiT . (1) 'alWf~ (2) (C{GCII~l (3) 61li(ofl4 (4) "'HCictiCIIcil ~l¥41f"'1Cfl fcmR # ~ \. Which one of the following is not an p 77. 78.q ~fatf~ct "ffi f~ctf~f&ct 79. "Q'&11CI~IIMl '"IIIIRCfl ~ ~ ~ ~Cf>BT effective citizen develop m~l"'lf-jjC6 ~ q.r ~ ~t ? aim of Social Science ? (1) f. (1) to impart knowledge to become (2) to develop social efficacy (3) to teach etiquette (4) to (2) motivation for 78. (4) Which is not a type of map skill ? (1) Knowledge of scale (2) Knowledge of conventional sign (3) Knowledge of effects of rotatory motion of the earth (4) Knowledge of direction ~ .ll1UT q.r..q ri ~t students 80.:r .r m=r .~ 77. curriculum construction except 79.r fqCfiffi The following are the principles of ( 1) mm ~l"'lf-jjC6 ~ICIC61Rctl 'C6T CfiBT ' participating in public affairs.r ~ mmt~- The basic objective of educational ( 1) (3) ~ q.:rr (4) mrr q.r ~ first hand experiences to the (1) ~~~~~ (2) promote socialisation (3) promote team spirit (3) . f~lt$lli(l( ~mm q.

~ Cfll(lf-1lli 1 WfAT. ~ :a:mcffi ~ ~ ~ ~mAT ~ d<::l~<un CfiT 'i~ iCfl'1 ~ CfiT W1ffi ~ I interact as much as possible with peers who achieve at similar levels as their own. (3) wrR «R ~ ~ fll4C4ll%l ~ a:ffi:fuic:rr ~ have opportunities to enhance their competence in the domains they are naturally disposed to.mr Cfft ~ -m cit ~ ~ ~ ~ 31tR ~ ~ ~ 'fffiT ~ -q ~sm~ 31tt~~ ~~ CfTlm ~ CfiT ~ ~ ~ t WR ~ 11Pf rt ~ I ~ ~ lcrul'1'1l01l "zt ~ f'1'"1f<1Hso . mcfiT{ ~ ~ ~. a teacher ask~ her students about their options had they been sharing power with their friends and their partners threatening to withdraw support if their demands are not met. (40) While illustrating the formation of a coalition government.mR CfiT oCflo11Cfl~ ~t? (1) Probing questions (1) ~~ (2) Story telling (2) ~~ (3) Reinforcement (3) ~ (4) Illustration (4) ~ . take part in discussions and debates.q ~ ~ ~ CfiT 1{ft m ~ ~ Wm: ~ cit l'ih=fllitlo Cfi{mt? 82. ~ m f!ltliMCfl fi:. they should be allowed to ( 1) (2) (3) (4) 83. Which is not a technique/skill of Social Science ? ·~i~-q~=vf14<-tl1)MI (4) ~ &tiT .~~~~-m· w. 82. -arrt "zt ~~. 81. ~ - ~ ~. (1) ~ (2) fq:(IJll\fullftiQfi (3) fi:('Hl\101 (4) ~ ~ CfiT "''lrl4l1Rl41 cit ~ ~ ~ cit mffilfl(o ~ ~ f-1'"1f<1fulo -zt ~ ~ ~ ~ ? (1) ~ (2) Wm: Wm: afu' ~-fcrcnq -q ~ ~ ~ Wm: l'ilffiif~o ~ listen to success stories such as of Stephan Hawkins.p 81.q ~ ltR ~ ~ ~ I ~ ~ CfiT ~ ~~31ciW~~cf ~lct>f~Cfl ~~~~cit~ tl 83. a disabled but great · physicist and try to emulate their example. The teacher is encouraging students to use which of the following skills defined in the Bloom's taxonomy? (1) Application (2) Analytical (3) Synthesis (4) Knowledge In order to enhance the self-esteem of students.

p (41) 84.q. f"1""1fMf@ct q. indicated (1) ~ (2) ~ (4) ~ fc@Fr 3Wl ~ .q.r ~ s:f. ~ ~ : (a) 'H"'liiMtt (i) (b)~ (ii) ~ (c)~ (iii) (d)~ (iv) it. (1) Mumbai (2) Chennai (3) Hyderabad (4) Bangalore The total population divided into various age groups is 85. Match the correct sequence of the following: (a) . (2) Population composition.~~ mt em~ ~rMlfllRlll Silicon Valley in California ? 85. 'l1mi it. ( 1) Pattern of population change. Which city of India is comparable as 84.&r Cfl"''lC::Cfi tft\1{1~ Kerala (a) (b) (c) (d) (1) (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (2) (iv) (iii) (ii) (i) (3) (ii) (iii) (iv) (i) (4) (iii) (ii) (iv) (i) (c) (d) (a) (b) (1) (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (2) (iv) (iii) (ii) (i) (3) (ii) (iii) (iv) (i) (4) (iii) (ii) (iv) (i) . ~ ~ J1"1fi&41 onT ~ \ifffiT ~ through 86. Malayalam (i) Kamataka (b) Marathi (ii) Gujarat (c) Gujarati (iii) Maharashtra (d) (iv) Kannada 86. (4) Division of human resources.l1 . (3) Population pyramid.

q it ~ ~ cit ~ ~ ~"*Hl&!llf ·~ft'14r4iftfl'R1H it fi::wft s{ (1) Gujarat t? {2) Punjab (1) ~ (3) Rajasthan (2) ~ (4) Jammu and Kashmir (3) <l"i'MH ~en sun.q it ~ ~ cit ~ ~ ~~~~t: (1) Gujarat (1) ~ (2) Andhra Pradesh (2) ~~ (3) Maharashtra (3) 14l(l<l~ (4) Tamil Nadu (4) ttf'"IH"''I'§ Which State has longest international boundary with Pakistan ? 88. 89. f~'"1f('1ftsH1 . ~q~n~mll~ place? f.p 87. ~ f. ~~. 90. .:tAfMf&('t ll it Cflrr mr t ( 1) Spring ebb (1) ~~ (2) Neap ebb (2) ~~ (3) Spring tide (3) ~ '\iqf<" (4) Neap tide (4) ~ '\iqft Which of the following is depositional feature of sea waves ? a 90. moon and earth are in the same line. (42) Identify the State which has longest coastline from the following : 87. which one of the takes 89. f"''AfMft?ltt ll it ~ mm~t? (I) Sea cave (1) ~'Tfil' · (2) Sea cliff (2) ~'fl (3) Sea beach (3) ~~ (4) Sea arches (4) ~~ ? m~ 'fftlT cit . 88. f"''c:tfMf&tt ~ .

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p (55) 126. In particular. Monet moved to a small French town called Giverny. at the age of 19. The author's primary purpose is to (1) convince readers not to eat at faskfood restaurants. when Monet died in 1926. . (3) teach readers how to make delicious-looking food at home. showing how changes in natural light make the cathedral appear to change color. France at several different times of day. he was interested in how light affects the ways that we perceive color. In 1859. Monet moved to Paris to become a professional artist. In 1883. The texture of these brushstrokes gave the canvases a tactile quality that contrasted sharply with the smooth canvases produced by more traditional artists. Monet was born on November 14. According to the passage. and even as a young man he was known for producing small portraits in charcoal. it can be inferred that the phrase "a tactile quality" suggests that Monet's canvases were (2) colorful beautiful (3) (4) smooth rough (1) 131. 130 to 135) by selecting the most appropriate option : Claude Monet. thick brushstrokes. These paintings relied on broad. but in his landscape painting Monet instead sought to portray riature as it appeared to him. was the most famous artist associated with the movement known as Impressionism. (4) build an elaborate garden. 1840. something is 'edible' if it (1) can safely be eaten (2) looks very delicious (3) seems much smaller in real life (4) tastes good Directions : Read the given passage and answer the questions that follow (Q. In one of his most famous series of works. (4) criticize fast food companies for lying about their products in commercials. (3) become a professional artist. 129. 'Seared into' the meat means the design is (1) hand drawn (2) cut with a special instrument (3) burnt into (4) decorated artistically 128. Based on information in the passage. (2) explain how fast food companies make their food look delicious in commercials. became the chief ·subject of Monet's later paintings. Though he struggled financially throughout his life. he was one of the most famous and influential painters in the world. Monet moved to Paris in 1859 to ( 1) join the Impressionism movement. where he built an elaborate garden. a 19th-century French painter. Most artists of his time tried to imitate nature realistically. The state of being the 'crispest' means very ( 1) suitable (2) perfect (3) tasty (4) fresh 127. (2) paint cathedrals. in particular its water lily ponds. This garden. No. Monet painted the cathedral in Rouen. As used in paragraph 2. 130.

There are four different kinds of reading (1) pleasure. (3) scenes with narrative content. According to NCF 2005. fresh. (4) skimming. extensive and intensive. scanning. one of the goals for a second-language curriculum is the attainment of ___ . This passage would most likely be found in ( 1) a newspaper (2) an encyclopedia (3) a magazine (4) a blog Directions : Select the most appropriate option (Q. The activity that offers the most 'experience' while learning is ( 1) 2D story board (2) audio of Shakespeare's sonnets (3) dialogue recording (4) production of a short documentary 137. (3) refers to the process of learning a native or a second language because of the innate capacity of the human brain. lime plaster. 139. Web-casting as an educational media does not include ( 1) campus radio (2) intranet (3) staging a drama (4) televised programmes 138. discovering. No. 135. 136 to 150) : 136. (2) pure form on damp. (2) searching. A 'landscape painting' is a portrayal of ( 1) scenes found in the natural world. discovering. extensive. The tone of the passage can best be described as (1) factual (2) passionate (3) clever (4) adoring 133. details. skimming. scanning. such as is acquired in natural language learning ( 1) an average competency (2) a reasonably high proficiency (3) a basic proficiency (4) acceptable competence 140.p (56) 132. (3) skimming. searching. information. . (2) involves a systematic 'approach to the analysis and comprehension of grammar as well as to the memorization of vocabulary. Language acquisition (1) requires the memorization and use of necessary vocabulary. scanning. A word in the essay which means ·characteristic structure' is ( 1) different (2) color (3) texture (4) thick 134. (4) is a technique intended to simulate ~he e'fivironment in which children learn their native language. (4) delineated areas of color with particular sharpness and clarity.

write down your instructions.p (57) 141. relative to other individuals. (2) students pay attention during informal discussion. 'Have students choose three numbers (from 1 to 10). class time table (4) 146. intended.students doing meaningful tasks using the target language. the second number is the setting for their stories. and . choose what is incorr~ct. The real test will be when the kids begin the craft' The output of the students in the English class will enable the assessment of their ability to ( 1) understand the language. (2) focuses on the use of authentic language. (1) backbiting (2) pickpocketing (3) babysitting (4) chain smoking 147. personalities and come from a variety of backgrounds. Students work in small collaborative groups and teachers take on the role as facilitators of learning. ( 1) language learning aptitude refers to the prediction of how well. (4) uses of classroom projects. (4) scoring key. With the kids listening. (3) a teacher's socio-economic level may differ widely from the students'. The providing learners with a reason an assignment to complete satisfactorily is called (2) evaluation (1) assessment (3) motivation (4) grading 148. 142. (2) draw as instructed. 150.' This can be used as an assignment for reading ( 1) reading and speaking (2) listening and reading (3) speaking and writing (4) reading and writing 145. (4) students possess different abilities. (3) general impression of student's ability. (3) learning is driven by challenging. an individual can learn a foreign language in a given amount of time and under given conditions. A schemata refers to the (1) weekly lesson plans (2) rules of grammar use (3) knowledge that is organized and stored in the reader's mind. 149.to bring about deep learning. where students use technology to engage with issues and questions that are relevant to their lives. (4) concentrate on the teacher's manner of speaking. 143. Criteria of assessment is alan ( 1) evaluation guideline. begin to read the instructions to the kids while you have them. In the Enquiry Based Language class. The word 'alpha' is phonetically transcribed as (1) /relf'd/ (3) /alfd/ (2) (4) /relfal /alfal . In the following responses from students. This sentence introduces the following tense form : (1) imperfect (2) perfect (3) simple (4) continuous 144. (3) follow instructions while listening. Each number corresponds to an item on the list below. The first number is the character their stories are to focus on. 'Choose something that uses a few different materials for an end result. (2) question-wise distribution of marks. and so forth. By the end of next year. I will have been 50 years old. open-ended problems. What is taught is not what is learnt because ( 1) a teacher or learner can never fully master any discipline.

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