CTET 2020: Maths Pedagogy Important Questions

CTET 2020: Maths Pedagogy Important Questions

CTET 2020:Maths Pedagogy Important Questions are discussed here for your upcoming exam. Very less time is left for this year’s CTET Exam. This is why we are providing you few very important questions day by day regularly from different subjects.

CTET 2020: Maths Pedagogy Important Questions

CTET 2020: Maths Pedagogy Important Questions

Q.1 Which of the following is the Mathematical technique of self-assessment?
A. To enquiry
B. To compare
C. Self-analyse
D. All of these

Q.2 Which of the following is not the principle of assessment of Mathematics learning?
A. Principle of content
B. Principle of learning
C. Principle of partiality
D. Principle of impartiality

Q.3 Which of the following is not a characteristic of effective Mathematics
A. Making connections with everyday experiences.
B. Using various teaching-learning strategies for a single concept.
C. Following strict time rules when introducing a new concept.
D. Focussing patterns of students error

Q.4 How will you cater to the needs of visually challenged students of your classroom in an inclusive school?
A. provide them extra time for practice
B. Make them sit with high achievers.
C. Use alternate teaching-learning  method and resources.
D. Send them to special educator.

Q.5 Which one of the following sets are problem solving strategies in Mathematics?

A. Memorization, Guess & test, drawing.
B. Trial-error, drawing, memorization.
C. Drawing, working back, rote learning
D. Reasoning, using variable, look for a pattern

Q.6 The mathematical games and puzzles help in :
1. developing a positive attitude towards mathematics.
2. making connection between mathematics and everyday thinking.
3. making mathematics enjoyable.
4. promoting problem-solving skills.
Select the correct option.
A. 1,2,3 and 4
B. 1 and 2
C. 1 and 4
D. 1, 2 and 3

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Q.7 A given rectangle and a parallelogram have the same area. However, many Class IV students respond the parallelogram has a
larger area. How can a teacher help the students to understand that their areas are the same?
A. Using scale
B. Using a geoboard
C. Using a graph paper
D. Using paper folding

Q.8 Which of the following can be used as learning resources for visually challenged in a Mathematics classroom?
A. Taylor’s abacus, fraction kit,number chart.
B. Number chart, computer, geoboard.
C. Taylor’s abacus, computer, geoboard.
D. Computer, number chart, geoboard.

Q.9 Which of the following statements is true in the context of teaching ‘measurement’ to
primary class students?
A. Non-standard measures should be followed by standard measures.
B. Only non-standard measures should be used.
C. Non-standard measures should not be used.
D. Standard measures should be followed by non-standard measures.

Q.10 In the context of ‘numbers’, primary class children, i.e., the children in age group 8-9 years, are able to accomplish which one of the following sets?
A. Seriation, reversibility, proportional reasoning.
B. Seriation, classification, proportional reasoning.
C. Seriation, classification, reversibility.
D. Classification, reversibility, proportional reasoning.


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