CTET Mock Test - 6


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Answer the following questions by selecting the most appropriate option. 

"Children activity construct their understanding of the world" is a statement attributed to 

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QUESTION: 2

A child-centered classroom is characterized by 

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QUESTION: 3

A Deepawali fair is being organized in your school. As a student , what would you like to do? 

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A student comes late in your class. Then you will 

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A teacher can motivate the students by 

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QUESTION: 6

A teacher took her class on an educational trip to 

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QUESTION: 7

A teacher uses a dice labeled: Describe, Predict, Explain, Summarize, Deconstruct and Evaluate. Each time after a topic is completed; the teacher throws the dice and asks students to answer a question based on the location of the dice. This type of activity of the teacher is

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A test to assess the potential of students for specific abilities and skills such as music, spatial ability or logical ability is called a/an 

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QUESTION: 9

Assessment for learning takes into account the following except

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Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation is

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QUESTION: 11

Adolescents may experience 

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Factors affecting learning that deal with the innate aspects of an individual and are unique to his/her are called

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QUESTION: 13

The most important cause of failure for teacher lies in the area of

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If a student does not pay any respect to you, then you will

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QUESTION: 15

If you are unable to get a job of a teacher, then you will

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QUESTION: 16

In order to make every child creative, there should be

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In which of the following stages do children become active members of their peer group?

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QUESTION: 18

Monika, a Maths teacher, asks Radhika a question. On not getting any answer from Radhika, she quickly moves on and asks Mohan another question. She rewards the Mohan after realizing that Mohan is struggling to find an answer. This tendency of Monika is

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QUESTION: 19

National Literacy Mission was established in

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Orthopedically impaired children are likely to have

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Partial reinforcement

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QUESTION: 22

Some students send a greeting card to you on teacher's day. What will you do? You

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QUESTION: 23

Teachers should study the errors of their students. It often indicates the

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QUESTION: 24

The main focus of Educational Psychology is on

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The success of teacher is 

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QUESTION: 26

There is some tension among villagers and you are a teacher there. What will you do?

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QUESTION: 27

Which characteristic of a teacher is least important in inclusive education?

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QUESTION: 28

Which of the following is predominantly heredity related factor?

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QUESTION: 29

While delivering a lecture, if there is some disturbance in the class, then a teacher should

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QUESTION: 30

You are teaching a topic in class and a student asks a question unrelated to the topic. What will you do?

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QUESTION: 31

A cement company earns a profit of Rs.8 per bag of white cement sold and a loss of Rs.5 per bag of grey cement sold. The company sells 3,000 bags of white cement and 5,000 bags of grey cement in a month. What is its profit or loss? 

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QUESTION: 32

A large basket of fruits contains 3 oranges, 2 apples, and 5 bananas. If a piece of fruit is chosen at random, what is the probability of getting an orange or a banana?

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QUESTION: 33

A rectangle is divided horizontally into two equal parts. The upper part is further divided into three equal parts and the lower part is divided into four equal parts. Which fraction of the original rectangle is the shaded part?  

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QUESTION: 34

A student multiplied 7236 by 65 instead of multiplying by 56. By how much was his answer greater than the correct answer? 

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QUESTION: 35

A teacher in grade-VI provided each child with a centimetre grid paper and a pair of scissors. She wanted them to explore how two-dimensional shapes can be folded into three- dimensional objects. Which of the following concepts are the students exploring? 

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QUESTION: 36

Computational skills in Mathematics can be enhanced by

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QUESTION: 37

Distances travelled by Hamid and Athar in an hour are 9 km and 12 km. What is the ratio of speed of Hamid to the speed of Athar? 

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QUESTION: 38

Half a swarm of bees went to collect honey from a mustard field. Three fourth of the rest went to a rose garden. The rest ten were still undecided. How many bees were there in all? 

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QUESTION: 39

If

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QUESTION: 40

If the cost of 6 cans of juice is Rs.210, then what will be the cost of 4 cans of juice 

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QUESTION: 42

In a class, a teacher asked the students to define a quadrilateral in different ways using sides, diagonals, angles etc. The teacher's objective is to

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QUESTION: 43

In a morning walk three persons step off together, their steps measure 80 cm, 85 cm, and 90 cm respectively. What is the minimum distance each should walk so that they can cover the distance in complete steps? 

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Minimum sugar distance 
= LCM (80, 85, 90) 
= 12240 
= 122m 40 cm 

QUESTION: 44

In a solution of common salt in water, the ratio of salt to water was 30:70 as per weight. If we evaporate 100 grams of water from one kilogram of this solution, what will be the ratio of the salt to water by weight? 

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Salt = 300 g 
Water = 700g 
New condition = 300 : 600 
= 1 : 2 

QUESTION: 45

It is observed that for a problem like 'Show that the sum of any two odd numbers is an even number', most of the students replied by quoting one example, say, 5 + 7 = 12. Students answered this question inappropriately as

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QUESTION: 46

Medicine is packed in boxes, each weighing 4 kg 500g. How many such boxes (approx.) can be loaded in a van which cannot carry beyond 800 kg? 

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QUESTION: 47

Population of Sundernagar was 2,35,471 in the year 1991. In the year 2001 it was found to be increased by 72,958. What was the population of the city in 2001? 

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QUESTION: 48

Portfolio of Mathematics students can have 

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QUESTION: 49

Rajeev painted the outside of the cabinet of measure lm x 2m x 1.5m. How much surface area did she cover if she painted all except the bottom of the cabinet?

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QUESTION: 50

Six years hence a man's age will be three times the age of his son and three years ago he was nine times as old as his son. Find their present ages.

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QUESTION: 51

Students make errors while solving mathematical problems because

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QUESTION: 52

Rubrics of assessment helps the teacher to 

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QUESTION: 53

The height of 10 girls was measured in cm and the results are as follows: 

135,150,139,128,151,132,146,149,143,141 

What is the average height of these girls? 

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QUESTION: 54

The ratio of the length to breadth of a lawn is 3:5 It costs Rs. 3200 to fence it at the rate of Rs.2 /m. What would be the cost of developing the lawn at the rate of Rs.10 per m2.

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QUESTION: 55

To assess the student’s competency on solving of word problems based on addition and subtraction, rubrics of assessments are 

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QUESTION: 56

To be good in mathematics, one needs to 

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QUESTION: 57

Using the local environment to teach mathematics is important because 

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QUESTION: 58

Which of the following teaching-learning material will be at the top in the cone of experience? 

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QUESTION: 59

When the number 398 is divided by 5, the remainder is 

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QUESTION: 60

Which of the fractions is the least? 

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QUESTION: 61

A common characteristic feature of plant sieve-tube cells and mammalian erythrocytes is 

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QUESTION: 62

A management tool comprising a systematic, periodic and objective evaluation of how well an environmental organization, management, and equipment are performing is known as:

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QUESTION: 63

An egret bird is often seen on a buffalo's back. This is because of the egret 

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QUESTION: 64

The arsenic problem in India is primarily due to: 

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QUESTION: 65

As a facilitator of learning the teacher should 

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QUESTION: 66

As early as in 1850, in the Madras Presidency alone_______ were being cut annually for railway sleepers

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QUESTION: 67

Assessment in EVS should more focus on testing the ability of the student to 

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QUESTION: 68

Bacterial decomposition of biological material under anaerobic condition is

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QUESTION: 69

Chipko Movement was strengthened under the leadership of

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QUESTION: 70

Cinchona trees are found in the areas of rainfall more than: 

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QUESTION: 71

During dramatization, when a teacher uses empathy as one of the descriptors for assessing the learners. She/He is assessing their ability to

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QUESTION: 72

In 1600, approximately one-sixth of ________was under cultivation.

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QUESTION: 73

In which type of cultivation, parts of the forest are cut and burnt in the rotation. Seeds are sown in the ashes after the first monsoon rain, and the crop is harvested by October-November

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QUESTION: 74

In which of the following state is the Simlipal Bio Reserve located:

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QUESTION: 75

One of the main limitations of the project method of teaching science is that

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QUESTION: 76

Plantations, a type of commercial farming, require a large amount of

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QUESTION: 77

‘NILGIRIS BIOSPHERE RESERVE’ are located in: 

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QUESTION: 78

Summative assessment in science should mainly focus on

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QUESTION: 79

Defines a food chain

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QUESTION: 80

The least preferred technique in the disposal of municipal solid waste is: 

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QUESTION: 81

There are four below-average students in a class. Which one of the following strategies will be most effective to bring them at par with the other student?

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QUESTION: 82

To create and sustain interest in learning 

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QUESTION: 83

Vitamins are substances

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QUESTION: 84

When a teacher asks the learners to judge the actions of a character in a story they have just read, she expects them to

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QUESTION: 85

When you go shopping, what are you expected to do to save the environment? 

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QUESTION: 86

Which of the following descriptors can be used for assessing the learners writing skill?

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QUESTION: 87

Which of the following combinations planets is known as 'gaseous planets'? 

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QUESTION: 88

Which of the following factors does not affects the distribution of plants and animals?

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QUESTION: 89

Which one of the following sequences of steps is the correct way of preparing a balanced question paper? 

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QUESTION: 90

Which one of the following is the cleanest source of energy?

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QUESTION: 91

According to NCF 2005, learning of English aims

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QUESTION: 92

Criteria of assessment is/are

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QUESTION: 93

Student A and student B discuss some questions to complete a worksheet this is

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QUESTION: 94

Notes can be made using a flowchart or a web diagram. The study skill involved is

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QUESTION: 95

In the word 'scarce' the phonetic transcription for 'a' is

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QUESTION: 96

'While listening' means a stage

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QUESTION: 97

‘What is taught is not what is learned’ because

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QUESTION: 98

Learner are familiar with the concept "cyberspace" due to their cognitive overload. Therefore, learners

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QUESTION: 99

Constructivism is a theory where students

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QUESTION: 100

The students make a mistake by playing a grammar game. The teacher should

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QUESTION: 101

What is the combination of sentence supported by linearity called?

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QUESTION: 102

language acquisition 

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QUESTION: 103

The homonym of 'bier' is

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QUESTION: 104

I loved Ophelia; forty thousand brothers could not, with all their quantity of love make up my sum.' The phrase '....forty thousand brothers' illustrate a figure of speech called

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QUESTION: 105

A rhetorical question is asked

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QUESTION: 106

Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow by selecting the most appropriate option. 
1.The No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 has served as a catalyst in many school improvement efforts. Schools in the United States are responding to meet the challenge of these improvement efforts, although in doing so, some are caught in a decision-making and funding quagmire. They ask, "How can we best support teachers so that all students can succeed ?" Using technology as a means of closing achievement gaps is one option schools are considering more purposefully and effectively. This includes using assistive technologies for students with special needs and creating a systemic approach to change that benefits all students, including subgroups. 
2. Assistive technologies are technologies that support students with disabilities, of which a total of 6.5 million were being served through the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act of 1997. This Act defines an assistive technology device as "any item, piece of equipment, or product system, whether acquired commercially off the shelf, modified, or customized, that is used to increase, maintain, or improve functional capabilities of a child with a disability." Regardless of their previous experience, many administrators and educators are expected to be change agents of school improvement efforts today and be well versed and knowledgeable about assistive technologies, despite the fact that the definition of assistive technology is so broad and the field is relatively new.

Q. "School found themselves in a funding quagmire." Here, 'quagmire' means 

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QUESTION: 107

Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow by selecting the most appropriate option. 
1. The No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 has served as a catalyst in many school improvement efforts. Schools in the United States are responding to meet the challenge of these improvement efforts, although in doing so, some are caught in a decision-making and funding quagmire. They ask, "How can we best support teachers so that all students can succeed ?" Using technology as a means of closing achievement gaps is one option schools are considering more purposefully and effectively. This includes using assistive technologies for students with special needs and creating a systemic approach to change that benefits all students, including subgroups. 
2. Assistive technologies are technologies that support students with disabilities, of which a total of 6.5 million were being served through the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act of 1997. This Act defines an assistive technology device as "any item, piece of equipment, or product system, whether acquired commercially off the shelf, modified, or customized, that is used to increase, maintain, or improve functional capabilities of a child with a disability." Regardless of their previous experience, many administrators and educators are expected to be change agents of school improvement efforts today and be well versed and knowledgeable about assistive technologies, despite the fact that the definition of assistive technology is so broad and the field is relatively new. 

Q. According to this report, 'achievement gaps' can be closed by 

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QUESTION: 108

Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow by selecting the most appropriate option. 
1. The No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 has served as a catalyst in many school improvement efforts. Schools in the United States are responding to meet the challenge of these improvement efforts, although in doing so, some are caught in a decision-making and funding quagmire. They ask, "How can we best support teachers so that all students can succeed ?" Using technology as a means of closing achievement gaps is one option schools are considering more purposefully and effectively. This includes using assistive technologies for students with special needs and creating a systemic approach to change that benefits all students, including subgroups. 
2. Assistive technologies are technologies that support students with disabilities, of which a total of 6.5 million were being served through the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act of 1997. This Act defines an assistive technology device as "any item, piece of equipment, or product system, whether acquired commercially off the shelf, modified, or customized, that is used to increase, maintain, or improve functional capabilities of a child with a disability." Regardless of their previous experience, many administrators and educators are expected to be change agents of school improvement efforts today and be well versed and knowledgeable about assistive technologies, despite the fact that the definition of assistive technology is so broad and the field is relatively new. 

Q. Functional capabilities constitute the 

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QUESTION: 109

Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow by selecting the most appropriate option. 
1. The No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 has served as a catalyst in many school improvement efforts. Schools in the United States are responding to meet the challenge of these improvement efforts, although in doing so, some are caught in a decision-making and funding quagmire. They ask, "How can we best support teachers so that all students can succeed ?" Using technology as a means of closing achievement gaps is one option schools are considering more purposefully and effectively. This includes using assistive technologies for students with special needs and creating a systemic approach to change that benefits all students, including subgroups. 
2. Assistive technologies are technologies that support students with disabilities, of which a total of 6.5 million were being served through the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act of 1997. This Act defines an assistive technology device as "any item, piece of equipment, or product system, whether acquired commercially off the shelf, modified, or customized, that is used to increase, maintain, or improve functional capabilities of a child with a disability." Regardless of their previous experience, many administrators and educators are expected to be change agents of school improvement efforts today and be well versed and knowledgeable about assistive technologies, despite the fact that the definition of assistive technology is so broad and the field is relatively new. 

Q. A 'product system' here means 

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QUESTION: 110

Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow by selecting the most appropriate option. 
1. The No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 has served as a catalyst in many school improvement efforts. Schools in the United States are responding to meet the challenge of these improvement efforts, although in doing so, some are caught in a decision-making and funding quagmire. They ask, "How can we best support teachers so that all students can succeed ?" Using technology as a means of closing achievement gaps is one option schools are considering more purposefully and effectively. This includes using assistive technologies for students with special needs and creating a systemic approach to change that benefits all students, including subgroups. 
2. Assistive technologies are technologies that support students with disabilities, of which a total of 6.5 million were being served through the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act of 1997. This Act defines an assistive technology device as "any item, piece of equipment, or product system, whether acquired commercially off the shelf, modified, or customized, that is used to increase, maintain, or improve functional capabilities of a child with a disability." Regardless of their previous experience, many administrators and educators are expected to be change agents of school improvement efforts today and be well versed and knowledgeable about assistive technologies, despite the fact that the definition of assistive technology is so broad and the field is relatively new. 

Q. Find a word in the report that means 'widely circulated'. 

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QUESTION: 111

Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow by selecting the most appropriate option. 
1. The No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 has served as a catalyst in many school improvement efforts. Schools in the United States are responding to meet the challenge of these improvement efforts, although in doing so, some are caught in a decision-making and funding quagmire. They ask, "How can we best support teachers so that all students can succeed ?" Using technology as a means of closing achievement gaps is one option schools are considering more purposefully and effectively. This includes using assistive technologies for students with special needs and creating a systemic approach to change that benefits all students, including subgroups. 
2. Assistive technologies are technologies that support students with disabilities, of which a total of 6.5 million were being served through the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act of 1997. This Act defines an assistive technology device as "any item, piece of equipment, or product system, whether acquired commercially off the shelf, modified, or customized, that is used to increase, maintain, or improve functional capabilities of a child with a disability." Regardless of their previous experience, many administrators and educators are expected to be change agents of school improvement efforts today and be well versed and knowledgeable about assistive technologies, despite the fact that the definition of assistive technology is so broad and the field is relatively new. 

Q. The antonym of the word 'hindering' would be 

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QUESTION: 112

Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow by selecting the most appropriate option. 
1. Nammescong Creek flowed into the backs of my thighs as fished, pausing between casts to secure my balance in the current and admire a new hatch of pale yellow mayflies lift from the stream. Over my shoulder, the sun dropped into a farmer's cornfield, the final patch of orange light on the water enough for me to spot the small, vaguely metallic object at my feet. A credit card? Retrieving it, ran my thumb over its raised lettering, rubbing away the mud and a string of algae. A name appeared, along with an expiration date. June 1984. I had discovered arrowheads here in the past, so it didn't seem misplaced to finds tool used by modern man to obtain a meal. 
2. I took a moment to consider how the card had come to rest in the bed of the Nammy. thought maybe there was a story in it. I was curious to know if the owner has lost his wallet while fishing, the whole trip ruined the second he'd inventoried his cash or dug out his license for a game warden. Over time the leather would've rotted into fish food, with the scoured plastic remaining. I wondered how many miles the card might have ridden on spring floods over the past quarter of a century. For all knew he could've been robbed, the thieves stripping out the money and tossing the billfold away later as they crossed a bridge. 
3. Looking him up and phoning, I recited the card number and issuing bank. He laughed, recalling it as the first credit account he'd even taken out, a line of imaginary cash in those years when he had no real money. But that finally changed, he explained, after an industrial accident cost him his left eye, the payoff from the plant enabling him to retire eight years earlier than expected and moves to a small hobby farm in southern Virginia. He told me a glass eye wasn't his style, so he had taken to wearing an eye patch, which his wife still hates and his grandchildren - ages three, five and seven - have always loved, as it makes Grandpop look like a pirate. He called them his Miracle Grandbabies, born to a daughter who struggled with alcohol and drug addiction for years - her rock-bottom in 1984, a year before she cleaned up for good. 
4. But in the end, the man couldn't remember ever losing his wallet, either by accident or theft. He said he'd never fished the Nammy, that, in fact, he'd always thought the sport a little boring and so I came to realize there was no story here. 

Q. "Flowed into the backs of my thighs" informs the reader that the narrator was fishing while 

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QUESTION: 113

Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow by selecting the most appropriate option. 
1.Nammescong Creek flowed into the backs of my thighs as fished, pausing between casts to secure my balance in the current and admire a new hatch of pale yellow mayflies lift from the stream. Over my shoulder, the sun dropped into a farmer's cornfield, the final patch of orange light on the water enough for me to spot the small, vaguely metallic object at my feet. A credit card? Retrieving it, ran my thumb over its raised lettering, rubbing away the mud and a string of algae. A name appeared, along with an expiration date. June 1984. I had discovered arrowheads here in the past, so it didn't seem misplaced to finds tool used by modern man to obtain a meal. 
2. I took a moment to consider how the card had come to rest in the bed of the Nammy. thought maybe there was a story in it. I was curious to know if the owner has lost his wallet while fishing, the whole trip ruined the second he'd inventoried his cash or dug out his license for a game warden. Over time the leather would've rotted into fish food, with the scoured plastic remaining. I wondered how many miles the card might have ridden on spring floods over the past quarter of a century. For all knew he could've been robbed, the thieves stripping out the money and tossing the billfold away later as they crossed a bridge. 
3. Looking him up and phoning, I recited the card number and issuing bank. He laughed, recalling it as the first credit account he'd even taken out, a line of imaginary cash in those years when he had no real money. But that finally changed, he explained, after an industrial accident cost him his left eye, the payoff from the plant enabling him to retire eight years earlier than expected and moves to a small hobby farm in southern Virginia. He told me a glass eye wasn't his style, so he had taken to wearing an eye patch, which his wife still hates and his grandchildren - ages three, five and seven - have always loved, as it makes Grandpop look like a pirate. He called them his Miracle Grandbabies, born to a daughter who struggled with alcohol and drug addiction for years - her rock-bottom in 1984, a year before she cleaned up for good. 
4. But in the end, the man couldn't remember ever losing his wallet, either by accident or theft. He said he'd never fished the Nammy, that, in fact, he'd always thought the sport a little boring and so I came to realize there was no story here. 

Q. Scoured means 

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QUESTION: 114

Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow by selecting the most appropriate option. 
1. Nammescong Creek flowed into the backs of my thighs as fished, pausing between casts to secure my balance in the current and admire a new hatch of pale yellow mayflies lift from the stream. Over my shoulder, the sun dropped into a farmer's cornfield, the final patch of orange light on the water enough for me to spot the small, vaguely metallic object at my feet. A credit card? Retrieving it, ran my thumb over its raised lettering, rubbing away the mud and a string of algae. A name appeared, along with an expiration date. June 1984. I had discovered arrowheads here in the past, so it didn't seem misplaced to finds tool used by modern man to obtain a meal. 
2. I took a moment to consider how the card had come to rest in the bed of the Nammy. thought maybe there was a story in it. I was curious to know if the owner has lost his wallet while fishing, the whole trip ruined the second he'd inventoried his cash or dug out his license for a game warden. Over time the leather would've rotted into fish food, with the scoured plastic remaining. I wondered how many miles the card might have ridden on spring floods over the past quarter of a century. For all knew he could've been robbed, the thieves stripping out the money and tossing the billfold away later as they crossed a bridge. 
3. Looking him up and phoning, I recited the card number and issuing bank. He laughed, recalling it as the first credit account he'd even taken out, a line of imaginary cash in those years when he had no real money. But that finally changed, he explained, after an industrial accident cost him his left eye, the payoff from the plant enabling him to retire eight years earlier than expected and moves to a small hobby farm in southern Virginia. He told me a glass eye wasn't his style, so he had taken to wearing an eye patch, which his wife still hates and his grandchildren - ages three, five and seven - have always loved, as it makes Grandpop look like a pirate. He called them his Miracle Grandbabies, born to a daughter who struggled with alcohol and drug addiction for years - her rock-bottom in 1984, a year before she cleaned up for good. 
4. But in the end, the man couldn't remember ever losing his wallet, either by accident or theft. He said he'd never fished the Nammy, that, in fact, he'd always thought the sport a little boring and so I came to realize there was no story here. 

Q. "....a tool used by modern man to obtain a meal" in this context of 

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QUESTION: 115

Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow by selecting the most appropriate option. 
1.Nammescong Creek flowed into the backs of my thighs as fished, pausing between casts to secure my balance in the current and admire a new hatch of pale yellow mayflies lift from the stream. Over my shoulder, the sun dropped into a farmer's cornfield, the final patch of orange light on the water enough for me to spot the small, vaguely metallic object at my feet. A credit card? Retrieving it, ran my thumb over its raised lettering, rubbing away the mud and a string of algae. A name appeared, along with an expiration date. June 1984. I had discovered arrowheads here in the past, so it didn't seem misplaced to finds tool used by modern man to obtain a meal. 
2. I took a moment to consider how the card had come to rest in the bed of the Nammy. thought maybe there was a story in it. I was curious to know if the owner has lost his wallet while fishing, the whole trip ruined the second he'd inventoried his cash or dug out his license for a game warden. Over time the leather would've rotted into fish food, with the scoured plastic remaining. I wondered how many miles the card might have ridden on spring floods over the past quarter of a century. For all knew he could've been robbed, the thieves stripping out the money and tossing the billfold away later as they crossed a bridge. 
3. Looking him up and phoning, I recited the card number and issuing bank. He laughed, recalling it as the first credit account he'd even taken out, a line of imaginary cash in those years when he had no real money. But that finally changed, he explained, after an industrial accident cost him his left eye, the payoff from the plant enabling him to retire eight years earlier than expected and moves to a small hobby farm in southern Virginia. He told me a glass eye wasn't his style, so he had taken to wearing an eye patch, which his wife still hates and his grandchildren - ages three, five and seven - have always loved, as it makes Grand pop look like a pirate. He called them his Miracle Grandbabies, born to a daughter who struggled with alcohol and drug addiction for years - her rock-bottom in 1984, a year before she cleaned up for good. 
4. But in the end, the main couldn't remember ever losing his wallet, either by accident or theft. He said he'd never fished the Nammy, that, in fact, he'd always thought the sport a little boring and so I came to realize there was no story here. 
 

Q. 'The whole trip ruined' was because of the 

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QUESTION: 116

Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow by selecting the most appropriate option. 
1. Nammescong Creek flowed into the backs of my thighs as fished, pausing between casts to secure my balance in the current and admire a new hatch of pale yellow mayflies lift from the stream. Over my shoulder, the sun dropped into a farmer's cornfield, the final patch of orange light on the water enough for me to spot the small, vaguely metallic object at my feet. A credit card? Retrieving it, ran my thumb over its raised lettering, rubbing away the mud and a string of algae. A name appeared, along with an expiration date. June 1984. I had discovered arrowheads here in the past, so it didn't seem misplaced to finds tool used by modern man to obtain a meal. 
2. I took a moment to consider how the card had come to rest in the bed of the Nammy. thought maybe there was a story in it. I was curious to know if the owner has lost his wallet while fishing, the whole trip ruined the second he'd inventoried his cash or dug out his license for a game warden. Over time the leather would've rotted into fish food, with the scoured plastic remaining. I wondered how many miles the card might have ridden on spring floods over the past quarter of a century. For all knew he could've been robbed, the thieves stripping out the money and tossing the billfold away later as they crossed a bridge. 
3. Looking him up and phoning, I recited the card number and issuing bank. He laughed, recalling it as the first credit account he'd even taken out, a line of imaginary cash in those years when he had no real money. But that finally changed, he explained, after an industrial accident cost him his left eye, the payoff from the plant enabling him to retire eight years earlier than expected and moves to a small hobby farm in southern Virginia. He told me a glass eye wasn't his style, so he had taken to wearing an eye patch, which his wife still hates and his grandchildren - ages three, five and seven - have always loved, as it makes Grandpop look like a pirate. He called them his Miracle Grandbabies, born to a daughter who struggled with alcohol and drug addiction for years - her rock-bottom in 1984, a year before she cleaned up for good. 
4. But in the end, the man couldn't remember ever losing his wallet, either by accident or theft. He said he'd never fished the Nammy, that, in fact, he'd always thought the sport a little boring and so I came to realize there was no story here. 

Q. By ‘looking him up', the narrator 

Solution:
QUESTION: 117

Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow by selecting the most appropriate option. 
1.Nammescong Creek flowed into the backs of my thighs as fished, pausing between casts to secure my balance in the current and admire a new hatch of pale yellow mayflies lift from the stream. Over my shoulder, the sun dropped into a farmer's cornfield, the final patch of orange light on the water enough for me to spot the small, vaguely metallic object at my feet. A credit card? Retrieving it, ran my thumb over its raised lettering, rubbing away the mud and a string of algae. A name appeared, along with an expiration date. June 1984. I had discovered arrowheads here in the past, so it didn't seem misplaced to finds tool used by modern man to obtain a meal. 
2. I took a moment to consider how the card had come to rest in the bed of the Nammy. thought maybe there was a story in it. I was curious to know if the owner has lost his wallet while fishing, the whole trip ruined the second he'd inventoried his cash or dug out his license for a game warden. Over time the leather would've rotted into fish food, with the scoured plastic remaining. I wondered how many miles the card might have ridden on spring floods over the past quarter of a century. For all knew he could've been robbed, the thieves stripping out the money and tossing the billfold away later as they crossed a bridge. 
3. Looking him up and phoning, I recited the card number and issuing bank. He laughed, recalling it as the first credit account he'd even taken out, a line of imaginary cash in those years when he had no real money. But that finally changed, he explained, after an industrial accident cost him his left eye, the payoff from the plant enabling him to retire eight years earlier than expected and moves to a small hobby farm in southern Virginia. He told me a glass eye wasn't his style, so he had taken to wearing an eye patch, which his wife still hates and his grandchildren - ages three, five and seven - have always loved, as it makes Grand pop look like a pirate. He called them his Miracle Grandbabies, born to a daughter who struggled with alcohol and drug addiction for years - her rock-bottom in 1984, a year before she cleaned up for good. 
4. But in the end, the main couldn't remember ever losing his wallet, either by accident or theft. He said he'd never fished the Nammy, that, in fact, he'd always thought the sport a little boring and so I came to realize there was no story here. 

Q. A small hobby 'farm' would be 

Solution:
QUESTION: 118

Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow by selecting the most appropriate option. 
1. Nammescong Creek flowed into the backs of my thighs as fished, pausing between casts to secure my balance in the current and admire a new hatch of pale yellow mayflies lift from the stream. Over my shoulder, the sun dropped into a farmer's cornfield, the final patch of orange light on the water enough for me to spot the small, vaguely metallic object at my feet. A credit card? Retrieving it, ran my thumb over its raised lettering, rubbing away the mud and a string of algae. A name appeared, along with an expiration date. June 1984. I had discovered arrowheads here in the past, so it didn't seem misplaced to finds tool used by modern man to obtain a meal. 
2. I took a moment to consider how the card had come to rest in the bed of the Nammy. thought maybe there was a story in it. I was curious to know if the owner has lost his wallet while fishing, the whole trip ruined the second he'd inventoried his cash or dug out his license for a game warden. Over time the leather would've rotted into fish food, with the scoured plastic remaining. I wondered how many miles the card might have ridden on spring floods over the past quarter of a century. For all knew he could've been robbed, the thieves stripping out the money and tossing the billfold away later as they crossed a bridge. 
3. Looking him up and phoning, I recited the card number and issuing bank. He laughed, recalling it as the first credit account he'd even taken out, a line of imaginary cash in those years when he had no real money. But that finally changed, he explained, after an industrial accident cost him his left eye, the payoff from the plant enabling him to retire eight years earlier than expected and moves to a small hobby farm in southern Virginia. He told me a glass eye wasn't his style, so he had taken to wearing an eye patch, which his wife still hates and his grandchildren - ages three, five and seven - have always loved, as it makes Grandpop look like a pirate. He called them his Miracle Grandbabies, born to a daughter who struggled with alcohol and drug addiction for years - her rock-bottom in 1984, a year before she cleaned up for good. 
4. But in the end, the man couldn't remember ever losing his wallet, either by accident or theft. He said he'd never fished the Nammy, that, in fact, he'd always thought the sport a little boring and so I came to realize there was no story here. 

Q. The 'owner's' daughter had cleaned up by 

Solution:
QUESTION: 119

Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow by selecting the most appropriate option. 
1. Nammescong Creek flowed into the backs of my thighs as fished, pausing between casts to secure my balance in the current and admire a new hatch of pale yellow mayflies lift from the stream. Over my shoulder, the sun dropped into a farmer's cornfield, the final patch of orange light on the water enough for me to spot the small, vaguely metallic object at my feet. A credit card? Retrieving it, ran my thumb over its raised lettering, rubbing away the mud and a string of algae. A name appeared, along with an expiration date. June 1984. I had discovered arrowheads here in the past, so it didn't seem misplaced to finds tool used by modern man to obtain a meal. 
2. I took a moment to consider how the card had come to rest in the bed of the Nammy. thought maybe there was a story in it. I was curious to know if the owner has lost his wallet while fishing, the whole trip ruined the second he'd inventoried his cash or dug out his license for a game warden. Over time the leather would've rotted into fish food, with the scoured plastic remaining. I wondered how many miles the card might have ridden on spring floods over the past quarter of a century. For all knew he could've been robbed, the thieves stripping out the money and tossing the billfold away later as they crossed a bridge. 
3. Looking him up and phoning, I recited the card number and issuing bank. He laughed, recalling it as the first credit account he'd even taken out, a line of imaginary cash in those years when he had no real money. But that finally changed, he explained, after an industrial accident cost him his left eye, the payoff from the plant enabling him to retire eight years earlier than expected and moves to a small hobby farm in southern Virginia. He told me a glass eye wasn't his style, so he had taken to wearing an eye patch, which his wife still hates and his grandchildren - ages three, five and seven - have always loved, as it makes Grandpop look like a pirate. He called them his Miracle Grandbabies, born to a daughter who struggled with alcohol and drug addiction for years - her rock-bottom in 1984, a year before she cleaned up for good. 
4. But in the end, the man couldn't remember ever losing his wallet, either by accident or theft. He said he'd never fished the Nammy, that, in fact, he'd always thought the sport a little boring and so I came to realize there was no story here. 

Q. There was no story because 

Solution:
QUESTION: 120

Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow by selecting the most appropriate option. 
1. Nammescong Creek flowed into the backs of my thighs as fished, pausing between casts to secure my balance in the current and admire a new hatch of pale yellow mayflies lift from the stream. Over my shoulder, the sun dropped into a farmer's cornfield, the final patch of orange light on the water enough for me to spot the small, vaguely metallic object at my feet. A credit card? Retrieving it, ran my thumb over its raised lettering, rubbing away the mud and a string of algae. A name appeared, along with an expiration date. June 1984. I had discovered arrowheads here in the past, so it didn't seem misplaced to finds tool used by modern man to obtain a meal. 
2. I took a moment to consider how the card had come to rest in the bed of the Nammy. thought maybe there was a story in it. I was curious to know if the owner has lost his wallet while fishing, the whole trip ruined the second he'd inventoried his cash or dug out his license for a game warden. Over time the leather would've rotted into fish food, with the scoured plastic remaining. I wondered how many miles the card might have ridden on spring floods over the past quarter of a century. For all knew he could've been robbed, the thieves stripping out the money and tossing the billfold away later as they crossed a bridge. 
3. Looking him up and phoning, I recited the card number and issuing bank. He laughed, recalling it as the first credit account he'd even taken out, a line of imaginary cash in those years when he had no real money. But that finally changed, he explained, after an industrial accident cost him his left eye, the payoff from the plant enabling him to retire eight years earlier than expected and moves to a small hobby farm in southern Virginia. He told me a glass eye wasn't his style, so he had taken to wearing an eye patch, which his wife still hates and his grandchildren - ages three, five and seven - have always loved, as it makes Grandpop look like a pirate. He called them his Miracle Grandbabies, born to a daughter who struggled with alcohol and drug addiction for years - her rock-bottom in 1984, a year before she cleaned up for good. 
4. But in the end, the man couldn't remember ever losing his wallet, either by accident or theft. He said he'd never fished the Nammy, that, in fact, he'd always thought the sport a little boring and so I came to realize there was no story here. 

Q. A word in the story means 'soar' is 

Solution:
QUESTION: 121

निम्नलिखित प्रश्नों के उत्तर देने के लिए सबसे उचित विकल्प चुनिए।

Q. भाषा सीखने में होने वाली त्रुटियां - 

Solution:
QUESTION: 122

निम्नलिखित प्रश्नों के उत्तर देने के लिए सबसे उचित विकल्प चुनिए। 

Q. भाषा तब सबसे सहज और प्रभावी रूप से सीखी जाती है जब 

Solution:
QUESTION: 123

निम्नलिखित प्रश्नों के उत्तर देने के लिए सबसे उचित विकल्प चुनिए।

Q. ‘नाटक शिक्षण’ में सतत् और व्यापक मूल्यांकन के लिए निम्नलिखित में से कौन-सा सर्वाधिक महत्वपूर्ण है?

Solution:
QUESTION: 124

निम्नलिखित प्रश्नों के उत्तर देने के लिए सबसे उचित विकल्प चुनिए। 

Q. रागिनी हमेशा ‘हैंडपंप’ को चापाकल बोलती है। एक शिक्षिका के रूप में आप क्या करेंगी?

Solution:
QUESTION: 125

निम्नलिखित प्रश्नों के उत्तर देने के लिए सबसे उचित विकल्प चुनिए। 

Q. मौखिक अभिव्यक्ति के समय होने वाली त्रुटियों पर बार-बार टाकने से- 

Solution:
QUESTION: 126

निम्नलिखित प्रश्नों के उत्तर देने के लिए सबसे उचित विकल्प चुनिए।

Q. बच्चों में भाषा-सीखने की क्षमता जन्मजात होती है। इसीलिए बच्चों को/की

Solution:
QUESTION: 127

निम्नलिखित प्रश्नों के उत्तर देने के लिए सबसे उचित विकल्प चुनिए।

Q. भाषा-कौशलों के बारे में कौन-सा कथन सही है?

Solution:
QUESTION: 128

निम्नलिखित प्रश्नों के उत्तर देने के लिए सबसे उचित विकल्प चुनिए। 

Q. पठित अंश पर प्रश्नों का निर्माण करवाने से

Solution:
QUESTION: 129

निम्नलिखित प्रश्नों के उत्तर देने के लिए सबसे उचित विकल्प चुनिए।

Q. भाषा की पाठ्य-पुस्तक में लोकगीतों को स्थान देने से

Solution:
QUESTION: 130

निम्नलिखित प्रश्नों के उत्तर देने के लिए सबसे उचित विकल्प चुनिए।

Q. पढ़ने की कुशलता का विकास करने के लिए जरूरी है कि

Solution:
QUESTION: 131

निम्नलिखित प्रश्नों के उत्तर देने के लिए सबसे उचित विकल्प चुनिए।

Q. निम्नलिखित में से कौन-सी विधा का अनिवार्यतः सस्वर पठन किया जाना अपेक्षित है?

Solution:
QUESTION: 132

निम्नलिखित प्रश्नों के उत्तर देने के लिए सबसे उचित विकल्प चुनिए। 

Q. पाठ्य-वस्तु का भावपूर्ण पठन

Solution:
QUESTION: 133

निम्नलिखित प्रश्नों के उत्तर देने के लिए सबसे उचित विकल्प चुनिए।

Q. मुहावरे और लोकोक्तियों का प्रयोग करना-

Solution:
QUESTION: 134

निम्नलिखित प्रश्नों के उत्तर देने के लिए सबसे उचित विकल्प चुनिए।

Q. भाषा-शिक्षण के संदर्भ में कौन-सा कथन सही नहीं है?

Solution:
QUESTION: 135

निम्नलिखित प्रश्नों के उत्तर देने के लिए सबसे उचित विकल्प चुनिए।

Q. भाषा-शिक्षण का निर्माणकारी उपागम इस बात पर बल देता है कि

Solution:
QUESTION: 136

गद्यांश को पढ़कर निम्नलिखित प्रश्नों में सबसे उचित विकल्प चुनिए।

बच्चों और खिलौनों का संबंध सदैव से ही रहा है। हम यह भी कह सकते हैं कि खिलौनों के बिना हम बच्चों की दुनिया की कल्पना भी नहीं कर सकते। चाहें हम बच्चों को खिलौने खरीदकर दें या न दें बच्चे अपने लिए किसी-न-किसी चीज (चाहें वे टूटे-फूटे डिब्बे हों या इसी तरह की अन्य सामग्री) को खिलौने की शक्ल दे ही देते हैं। बच्चों को एकदम छुटपन से ही मुंह से या खिलौनों से अजीबो-गरीब आवाजें निकाल कर हम बहलाते हैं और बच्चे बहल भी जाते हैं। यही बच्चे जैसे-जैसे बड़े होते जाते हैं, खुद भी चीजों को जोड़-तोड़कर खिलौने बनाने में अपनी रचनात्मक ऊर्जा का खूब इस्तेमाल करते हैं। इसलिए भी यह जरूरी हो जाता है कि बच्चों की इस रचनात्मक ऊर्जा को उभारने के लिए उन्हें भरपूर मौके दिए जाएं। पहले हम गौर करें कि बच्चे अपने रोजमर्रा के जीवन में कौन-कौन-सी चीजें बनाते हैं, इसके लिए अगर हम अपने अतीत में गोता लगाएं और अपनी बचपन की दुनिया में झांके तो तरह-तरह के खिलौनों का खजाना हमारी स्मृति में से निकलकर आता है- ढेर सारी माचिस की खाली डिब्बियों को बिल्कुल सरल तरीके से जोड़कर बनती रेलगाड़ी, कागज से बनाई जाने वाली ढेरों चीजें जैसे नाव, हवाई जहाज, तितली, नाग आदि क्या-क्या नहीं बनाते थे इन सब से।

Q. अनुच्छेद में इस बात की ओर संकेत किया गया है कि 

Solution:
QUESTION: 137

गद्यांश को पढ़कर निम्नलिखित प्रश्नों में सबसे उचित विकल्प चुनिए।

बच्चों और खिलौनों का संबंध सदैव से ही रहा है। हम यह भी कह सकते हैं कि खिलौनों के बिना हम बच्चों की दुनिया की कल्पना भी नहीं कर सकते। चाहें हम बच्चों को खिलौने खरीदकर दें या न दें बच्चे अपने लिए किसी-न-किसी चीज (चाहें वे टूटे-फूटे डिब्बे हों या इसी तरह की अन्य सामग्री) को खिलौने की शक्ल दे ही देते हैं। बच्चों को एकदम छुटपन से ही मुंह से या खिलौनों से अजीबो-गरीब आवाजें निकाल कर हम बहलाते हैं और बच्चे बहल भी जाते हैं। यही बच्चे जैसे-जैसे बड़े होते जाते हैं, खुद भी चीजों को जोड़-तोड़कर खिलौने बनाने में अपनी रचनात्मक ऊर्जा का खूब इस्तेमाल करते हैं। इसलिए भी यह जरूरी हो जाता है कि बच्चों की इस रचनात्मक ऊर्जा को उभारने के लिए उन्हें भरपूर मौके दिए जाएं। पहले हम गौर करें कि बच्चे अपने रोजमर्रा के जीवन में कौन-कौन-सी चीजें बनाते हैं, इसके लिए अगर हम अपने अतीत में गोता लगाएं और अपनी बचपन की दुनिया में झांके तो तरह-तरह के खिलौनों का खजाना हमारी स्मृति में से निकलकर आता है- ढेर सारी माचिस की खाली डिब्बियों को बिल्कुल सरल तरीके से जोड़कर बनती रेलगाड़ी, कागज से बनाई जाने वाली ढेरों चीजें जैसे नाव, हवाई जहाज, तितली, नाग आदि क्या-क्या नहीं बनाते थे इन सब से।

Q. जैसे-जैसे बच्चे बड़े होते हैं 

Solution:
QUESTION: 138

गद्यांश को पढ़कर निम्नलिखित प्रश्नों में सबसे उचित विकल्प चुनिए।

बच्चों और खिलौनों का संबंध सदैव से ही रहा है। हम यह भी कह सकते हैं कि खिलौनों के बिना हम बच्चों की दुनिया की कल्पना भी नहीं कर सकते। चाहें हम बच्चों को खिलौने खरीदकर दें या न दें बच्चे अपने लिए किसी-न-किसी चीज (चाहें वे टूटे-फूटे डिब्बे हों या इसी तरह की अन्य सामग्री) को खिलौने की शक्ल दे ही देते हैं। बच्चों को एकदम छुटपन से ही मुंह से या खिलौनों से अजीबो-गरीब आवाजें निकाल कर हम बहलाते हैं और बच्चे बहल भी जाते हैं। यही बच्चे जैसे-जैसे बड़े होते जाते हैं, खुद भी चीजों को जोड़-तोड़कर खिलौने बनाने में अपनी रचनात्मक ऊर्जा का खूब इस्तेमाल करते हैं। इसलिए भी यह जरूरी हो जाता है कि बच्चों की इस रचनात्मक ऊर्जा को उभारने के लिए उन्हें भरपूर मौके दिए जाएं। पहले हम गौर करें कि बच्चे अपने रोजमर्रा के जीवन में कौन-कौन-सी चीजें बनाते हैं, इसके लिए अगर हम अपने अतीत में गोता लगाएं और अपनी बचपन की दुनिया में झांके तो तरह-तरह के खिलौनों का खजाना हमारी स्मृति में से निकलकर आता है- ढेर सारी माचिस की खाली डिब्बियों को बिल्कुल सरल तरीके से जोड़कर बनती रेलगाड़ी, कागज से बनाई जाने वाली ढेरों चीजें जैसे नाव, हवाई जहाज, तितली, नाग आदि क्या-क्या नहीं बनाते थे इन सब से।

Q. खिलौने बच्चों की ......... को बढ़ाते हैं।

Solution:
QUESTION: 139

गद्यांश को पढ़कर निम्नलिखित प्रश्नों में सबसे उचित विकल्प चुनिए।

बच्चों और खिलौनों का संबंध सदैव से ही रहा है। हम यह भी कह सकते हैं कि खिलौनों के बिना हम बच्चों की दुनिया की कल्पना भी नहीं कर सकते। चाहें हम बच्चों को खिलौने खरीदकर दें या न दें बच्चे अपने लिए किसी-न-किसी चीज (चाहें वे टूटे-फूटे डिब्बे हों या इसी तरह की अन्य सामग्री) को खिलौने की शक्ल दे ही देते हैं। बच्चों को एकदम छुटपन से ही मुंह से या खिलौनों से अजीबो-गरीब आवाजें निकाल कर हम बहलाते हैं और बच्चे बहल भी जाते हैं। यही बच्चे जैसे-जैसे बड़े होते जाते हैं, खुद भी चीजों को जोड़-तोड़कर खिलौने बनाने में अपनी रचनात्मक ऊर्जा का खूब इस्तेमाल करते हैं। इसलिए भी यह जरूरी हो जाता है कि बच्चों की इस रचनात्मक ऊर्जा को उभारने के लिए उन्हें भरपूर मौके दिए जाएं। पहले हम गौर करें कि बच्चे अपने रोजमर्रा के जीवन में कौन-कौन-सी चीजें बनाते हैं, इसके लिए अगर हम अपने अतीत में गोता लगाएं और अपनी बचपन की दुनिया में झांके तो तरह-तरह के खिलौनों का खजाना हमारी स्मृति में से निकलकर आता है- ढेर सारी माचिस की खाली डिब्बियों को बिल्कुल सरल तरीके से जोड़कर बनती रेलगाड़ी, कागज से बनाई जाने वाली ढेरों चीजें जैसे नाव, हवाई जहाज, तितली, नाग आदि क्या-क्या नहीं बनाते थे इन सब से।

Q. निम्नलिखित में से कौन-सी चीज बच्चे के लिए दूरबीन बन सकती है? 

Solution:
QUESTION: 140

गद्यांश को पढ़कर निम्नलिखित प्रश्नों में सबसे उचित विकल्प चुनिए।

बच्चों और खिलौनों का संबंध सदैव से ही रहा है। हम यह भी कह सकते हैं कि खिलौनों के बिना हम बच्चों की दुनिया की कल्पना भी नहीं कर सकते। चाहें हम बच्चों को खिलौने खरीदकर दें या न दें बच्चे अपने लिए किसी-न-किसी चीज (चाहें वे टूटे-फूटे डिब्बे हों या इसी तरह की अन्य सामग्री) को खिलौने की शक्ल दे ही देते हैं। बच्चों को एकदम छुटपन से ही मुंह से या खिलौनों से अजीबो-गरीब आवाजें निकाल कर हम बहलाते हैं और बच्चे बहल भी जाते हैं। यही बच्चे जैसे-जैसे बड़े होते जाते हैं, खुद भी चीजों को जोड़-तोड़कर खिलौने बनाने में अपनी रचनात्मक ऊर्जा का खूब इस्तेमाल करते हैं। इसलिए भी यह जरूरी हो जाता है कि बच्चों की इस रचनात्मक ऊर्जा को उभारने के लिए उन्हें भरपूर मौके दिए जाएं। पहले हम गौर करें कि बच्चे अपने रोजमर्रा के जीवन में कौन-कौन-सी चीजें बनाते हैं, इसके लिए अगर हम अपने अतीत में गोता लगाएं और अपनी बचपन की दुनिया में झांके तो तरह-तरह के खिलौनों का खजाना हमारी स्मृति में से निकलकर आता है- ढेर सारी माचिस की खाली डिब्बियों को बिल्कुल सरल तरीके से जोड़कर बनती रेलगाड़ी, कागज से बनाई जाने वाली ढेरों चीजें जैसे नाव, हवाई जहाज, तितली, नाग आदि क्या-क्या नहीं बनाते थे इन सब से।

Q. बच्चों की रचनात्मक ऊर्जा को उभारने के लिए

Solution:
QUESTION: 141

गद्यांश को पढ़कर निम्नलिखित प्रश्नों में सबसे उचित विकल्प चुनिए।

बच्चों और खिलौनों का संबंध सदैव से ही रहा है। हम यह भी कह सकते हैं कि खिलौनों के बिना हम बच्चों की दुनिया की कल्पना भी नहीं कर सकते। चाहें हम बच्चों को खिलौने खरीदकर दें या न दें बच्चे अपने लिए किसी-न-किसी चीज (चाहें वे टूटे-फूटे डिब्बे हों या इसी तरह की अन्य सामग्री) को खिलौने की शक्ल दे ही देते हैं। बच्चों को एकदम छुटपन से ही मुंह से या खिलौनों से अजीबो-गरीब आवाजें निकाल कर हम बहलाते हैं और बच्चे बहल भी जाते हैं। यही बच्चे जैसे-जैसे बड़े होते जाते हैं, खुद भी चीजों को जोड़-तोड़कर खिलौने बनाने में अपनी रचनात्मक ऊर्जा का खूब इस्तेमाल करते हैं। इसलिए भी यह जरूरी हो जाता है कि बच्चों की इस रचनात्मक ऊर्जा को उभारने के लिए उन्हें भरपूर मौके दिए जाएं। पहले हम गौर करें कि बच्चे अपने रोजमर्रा के जीवन में कौन-कौन-सी चीजें बनाते हैं, इसके लिए अगर हम अपने अतीत में गोता लगाएं और अपनी बचपन की दुनिया में झांके तो तरह-तरह के खिलौनों का खजाना हमारी स्मृति में से निकलकर आता है- ढेर सारी माचिस की खाली डिब्बियों को बिल्कुल सरल तरीके से जोड़कर बनती रेलगाड़ी, कागज से बनाई जाने वाली ढेरों चीजें जैसे नाव, हवाई जहाज, तितली, नाग आदि क्या-क्या नहीं बनाते थे इन सब से।

Q. ‘अतीत में गोता लगाने’ का अर्थ है- 

Solution:
QUESTION: 142

गद्यांश को पढ़कर निम्नलिखित प्रश्नों में सबसे उचित विकल्प चुनिए।

बच्चों और खिलौनों का संबंध सदैव से ही रहा है। हम यह भी कह सकते हैं कि खिलौनों के बिना हम बच्चों की दुनिया की कल्पना भी नहीं कर सकते। चाहें हम बच्चों को खिलौने खरीदकर दें या न दें बच्चे अपने लिए किसी-न-किसी चीज (चाहें वे टूटे-फूटे डिब्बे हों या इसी तरह की अन्य सामग्री) को खिलौने की शक्ल दे ही देते हैं। बच्चों को एकदम छुटपन से ही मुंह से या खिलौनों से अजीबो-गरीब आवाजें निकाल कर हम बहलाते हैं और बच्चे बहल भी जाते हैं। यही बच्चे जैसे-जैसे बड़े होते जाते हैं, खुद भी चीजों को जोड़-तोड़कर खिलौने बनाने में अपनी रचनात्मक ऊर्जा का खूब इस्तेमाल करते हैं। इसलिए भी यह जरूरी हो जाता है कि बच्चों की इस रचनात्मक ऊर्जा को उभारने के लिए उन्हें भरपूर मौके दिए जाएं। पहले हम गौर करें कि बच्चे अपने रोजमर्रा के जीवन में कौन-कौन-सी चीजें बनाते हैं, इसके लिए अगर हम अपने अतीत में गोता लगाएं और अपनी बचपन की दुनिया में झांके तो तरह-तरह के खिलौनों का खजाना हमारी स्मृति में से निकलकर आता है- ढेर सारी माचिस की खाली डिब्बियों को बिल्कुल सरल तरीके से जोड़कर बनती रेलगाड़ी, कागज से बनाई जाने वाली ढेरों चीजें जैसे नाव, हवाई जहाज, तितली, नाग आदि क्या-क्या नहीं बनाते थे इन सब से।

Q. ‘बचपन’ शब्द........... है- 

Solution:
QUESTION: 143

गद्यांश को पढ़कर निम्नलिखित प्रश्नों में सबसे उचित विकल्प चुनिए।

बच्चों और खिलौनों का संबंध सदैव से ही रहा है। हम यह भी कह सकते हैं कि खिलौनों के बिना हम बच्चों की दुनिया की कल्पना भी नहीं कर सकते। चाहें हम बच्चों को खिलौने खरीदकर दें या न दें बच्चे अपने लिए किसी-न-किसी चीज (चाहें वे टूटे-फूटे डिब्बे हों या इसी तरह की अन्य सामग्री) को खिलौने की शक्ल दे ही देते हैं। बच्चों को एकदम छुटपन से ही मुंह से या खिलौनों से अजीबो-गरीब आवाजें निकाल कर हम बहलाते हैं और बच्चे बहल भी जाते हैं। यही बच्चे जैसे-जैसे बड़े होते जाते हैं, खुद भी चीजों को जोड़-तोड़कर खिलौने बनाने में अपनी रचनात्मक ऊर्जा का खूब इस्तेमाल करते हैं। इसलिए भी यह जरूरी हो जाता है कि बच्चों की इस रचनात्मक ऊर्जा को उभारने के लिए उन्हें भरपूर मौके दिए जाएं। पहले हम गौर करें कि बच्चे अपने रोजमर्रा के जीवन में कौन-कौन-सी चीजें बनाते हैं, इसके लिए अगर हम अपने अतीत में गोता लगाएं और अपनी बचपन की दुनिया में झांके तो तरह-तरह के खिलौनों का खजाना हमारी स्मृति में से निकलकर आता है- ढेर सारी माचिस की खाली डिब्बियों को बिल्कुल सरल तरीके से जोड़कर बनती रेलगाड़ी, कागज से बनाई जाने वाली ढेरों चीजें जैसे नाव, हवाई जहाज, तितली, नाग आदि क्या-क्या नहीं बनाते थे इन सब से।

Q. बच्चों और खिलौनों का .......... सदैव से ही रहा है-

Solution:
QUESTION: 144

गद्यांश को पढ़कर निम्नलिखित प्रश्नों में सबसे उचित विकल्प चुनिए।

जिन्होंने भी बच्चों को पढ़ाने की कोशिश की है,चाहे वे माता-पिता हो या शिक्षक, उनके खाते में सफलता के साथ-साथ असफलता और निराशा भी दर्ज होती है। ऐसे में एक सवाल है कि आखिर इतना मुश्किल क्यों है पढ़ाना? एक मुख्य समस्या तो यह है कि पढ़ाने वालों का विश्वास, बच्चों की क्षमताओं या योग्यताओं पर काफी कम होता है। यह बात मैं यूं ही नहीं कह रही बल्कि एक अभिभावक, एक शिक्षक और एक शिक्षक प्रशिक्षक होने के आधार पर कह रही हूं। कई बार मैं उस पाठ को लेकर बच्चों (दूसरी, तीसरी या फिर पांचवी कक्षा) के सामने खड़ी होती हूं जो मुझे उन्हें पढ़ाना है। मेरे पास कुछ जानकारी है जो मैं बच्चों को देना चाहती हूं। “लेकिन मैं यह जानकारी उन्हें क्यूं देना चाहती हूं?” क्योंकि मुझे लगता है कि वह इसके बारे में नहीं जानते; इसे जानने में उन्हें मजा आएगा; यह दुनिया के बारे में उनके नजरिए को विस्तृत करने में मदद करेगी; यह उन्हें बेहतर इंसान बनने में मदद करेगी, भले ही थोड़ा-सा। लेकिन कभी-कभार पढ़ाना शुरू करने से पहले ही मेरे दिमाग में यह ख्याल बुदबुदाना शुरू कर देता है कि शायद उन्हें वह पहले से ही मालूम हो, जो मैं उन्हें बताना चाहती हूं। तो उन्हें कुछ बताने की बजाए मैं उनके सामने सवाल रख देती हूं।

Q. लेखिका को कौन-सा ख्याल परेशान करता है?

Solution:
QUESTION: 145

गद्यांश को पढ़कर निम्नलिखित प्रश्नों में सबसे उचित विकल्प चुनिए।

जिन्होंने भी बच्चों को पढ़ाने की कोशिश की है,चाहे वे माता-पिता हो या शिक्षक, उनके खाते में सफलता के साथ-साथ असफलता और निराशा भी दर्ज होती है। ऐसे में एक सवाल है कि आखिर इतना मुश्किल क्यों है पढ़ाना? एक मुख्य समस्या तो यह है कि पढ़ाने वालों का विश्वास, बच्चों की क्षमताओं या योग्यताओं पर काफी कम होता है। यह बात मैं यूं ही नहीं कह रही बल्कि एक अभिभावक, एक शिक्षक और एक शिक्षक प्रशिक्षक होने के आधार पर कह रही हूं। कई बार मैं उस पाठ को लेकर बच्चों (दूसरी, तीसरी या फिर पांचवी कक्षा) के सामने खड़ी होती हूं जो मुझे उन्हें पढ़ाना है। मेरे पास कुछ जानकारी है जो मैं बच्चों को देना चाहती हूं। “लेकिन मैं यह जानकारी उन्हें क्यूं देना चाहती हूं?” क्योंकि मुझे लगता है कि वह इसके बारे में नहीं जानते; इसे जानने में उन्हें मजा आएगा; यह दुनिया के बारे में उनके नजरिए को विस्तृत करने में मदद करेगी; यह उन्हें बेहतर इंसान बनने में मदद करेगी, भले ही थोड़ा-सा। लेकिन कभी-कभार पढ़ाना शुरू करने से पहले ही मेरे दिमाग में यह ख्याल बुदबुदाना शुरू कर देता है कि शायद उन्हें वह पहले से ही मालूम हो, जो मैं उन्हें बताना चाहती हूं। तो उन्हें कुछ बताने की बजाए मैं उनके सामने सवाल रख देती हूं।

Q. अनुच्छेद में किस मुख्य समस्या की बात की गयी है?

Solution:
QUESTION: 146

गद्यांश को पढ़कर निम्नलिखित प्रश्नों में सबसे उचित विकल्प चुनिए।

जिन्होंने भी बच्चों को पढ़ाने की कोशिश की है,चाहे वे माता-पिता हो या शिक्षक, उनके खाते में सफलता के साथ-साथ असफलता और निराशा भी दर्ज होती है। ऐसे में एक सवाल है कि आखिर इतना मुश्किल क्यों है पढ़ाना? एक मुख्य समस्या तो यह है कि पढ़ाने वालों का विश्वास, बच्चों की क्षमताओं या योग्यताओं पर काफी कम होता है। यह बात मैं यूं ही नहीं कह रही बल्कि एक अभिभावक, एक शिक्षक और एक शिक्षक प्रशिक्षक होने के आधार पर कह रही हूं। कई बार मैं उस पाठ को लेकर बच्चों (दूसरी, तीसरी या फिर पांचवी कक्षा) के सामने खड़ी होती हूं जो मुझे उन्हें पढ़ाना है। मेरे पास कुछ जानकारी है जो मैं बच्चों को देना चाहती हूं। “लेकिन मैं यह जानकारी उन्हें क्यूं देना चाहती हूं?” क्योंकि मुझे लगता है कि वह इसके बारे में नहीं जानते; इसे जानने में उन्हें मजा आएगा; यह दुनिया के बारे में उनके नजरिए को विस्तृत करने में मदद करेगी; यह उन्हें बेहतर इंसान बनने में मदद करेगी, भले ही थोड़ा-सा। लेकिन कभी-कभार पढ़ाना शुरू करने से पहले ही मेरे दिमाग में यह ख्याल बुदबुदाना शुरू कर देता है कि शायद उन्हें वह पहले से ही मालूम हो, जो मैं उन्हें बताना चाहती हूं। तो उन्हें कुछ बताने की बजाए मैं उनके सामने सवाल रख देती हूं।

Q. बच्चों को पढ़ाने से पहले स्वयं से ‘क्यों’ वाला सवाल पूछना क्यों जरूरी है?

Solution:
QUESTION: 147

गद्यांश को पढ़कर निम्नलिखित प्रश्नों में सबसे उचित विकल्प चुनिए।