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Q.1 Specially abled children in an inclusive classrooms can benefit from - (i) Setting of Individualized goal (ii) Competitive ethos (iii) Cooperative learning (iv) Standard instruction


 1. (ii), (iv)

2. (i), (iv)

3. (iii), (iv)

4. (i), (iii)

Q.2 Teacher's expectations from her students –


1. have a significant impact on their learning.

2. are a sole determinent of the childrens' learning.

3. should not he correlated with the students' learning.

4. do not have any effect on the students' learning and self-efficacy.

Q.3 The information related to the procedure of riding a bike, folding laundry and experience of climbing a tree as a 7 years old is stored in –


1. short term memory

2. sensory memory

3. working memory

4. long term memory

Q.4 Which type of motivation is associated with activities that are enjoyable or satisfying in themselves?


1. Extrinsic motivation

2. Trait motivation

3. State motivation

4. Intrinsic motivation

Q.5 ________________ refers to the learning that children undergo when they enter social institutions such as school.


1. Passive socialisation

2. Maturation

3. Secondary socialisation

 4. Primary socialisation

Q.6 Which of the following is NOT an example of scaffolding by the teacher?


1. Peer tutoring

2. Prompts and cues

3. Modelling skills for imitation

4. Rote memorization

Q.7 How can a teacher create an inclusive environment for learners from different caste groups in classroom?

(i) By reflecting on her own stereotypes and beliefs that constraint learning experiences of children. (ii) Include diversity of children’s experiences in classroom.

(iii) Create an institutional ethos that has a strong emphasis on equality.

(iv) Encourage children to adapt to existing standard curriculum.


1. (i), (ii), (iii)

2. (i), (iii)

3. (i), (iii), (iv)

4. (i), (ii), (iv)

Q.8 Who dismissed the idea of general intelligence and defined intelligence in terms of several distinct set of processing operations?


1. Charles Spearman

2. Theodore Simon

3. Howard Gardner

4. Alfred Binet

Q.9 Which of the following statements about understanding of children's errors is NOT correct?


1. It helps in assigning grades and positions to the students in class.

2. It makes the teacher aware of conceptual understanding of children.

3. It gives insight into children's thinking.

4. Understanding of errors is meaningful in teaching learing process as natural part of learning

Q.10 Raju writes '61' as '16' and often gets confused between the letters 'b' and 'd'. These are primary characteristics of –


1. Learned helplessness

2. Dyslexia

3. Dysgraphia

4. Autism spectrum disorder

Q.11 In Kohlberg's moral development theory, stage 3 at level 2, conventional morality is referred to as


1. The Social contract and individual rights orientation

2. The obedience and punishment orientation

3. The Law and order orientation

4. "Good boy- good girl" orientation

Q.12 Which of the following does NOT depict appropriate strategies for learning in a constructivist classroom?


1. Group collaboration

2. Drill and Recall

3. Experimentation

4. Encouraging multiple perspectives

Q.13 According to Jean Piaget, _________________ is a concept/ framework that organizes and interprets information.


1. expository model

2. sensory register

3. schema

4. advance organizer

Q.14 Ramneek has a student with visual impairment in her class. In this context, what instructional adaptations should she make in an inclusive classroom?


1. Using a variety of visual presentations

2. Making use of tactile materials such as three dimensional maps and charts

3. Providing lot of print books

4. Giving lot of small print worksheets

Q.15 Anupama, a science teacher, often makes linkages in her classrooms with the concepts students are studying in Mathematics. This kind of pedagogy –


1. would promote misconceptions amongst children.

2. would hinder learning as it would increase the students burden.

3. would hinder in acquisition of knowledge.

4. would help in transfer of learning and promote inter - disciplinarity.

Q.16 Assertion (A): Education fails the child when children are expected to reproduce knowledge in more or less the same way it was received. Reason (R): Reproduction of information is a meaningful indicator of children's learning. Choose the correct option.


1. Both (A) and (R) are false.

2. Both(A) and (R) are true but (R) is not the correct explanation of (A).

3. (A) is true but (R) is false.

4. Both(A) and (R) are true and (R) is the correct explanation of (A).

Q.17 How can a teacher enhance effective learning in her elementary classroom?


1. By drill and practice

2. By offering rewards at every step in learning

3. By encouraging competition

4. By connecting the context to the lives of the students

Q.18 Which of the following is definitely predetermined by genetics / heredity?


1. Interest in studies

2. Choice of friends

3. Colour of the eyes

4. Academic success

Q.19 Reena always thinks of varied solutions for any problem given in the class. This is a characteristic of –


1. Low comprehension

2. Convergent thinking

3. Mental impairment

4. Divergent thinking

Q.20 What is the role of teacher and students in constructivist classroom?


1. Students are active but teachers are passive.

2. Both teacher and students are active.

3. Teacher is active but students are passive.

4. Both students and teachers are passive


National Education Policy 2020 proposes -

(i) reduction in content of school curriculum.

(ii) increased flexibility of school curriculum.

(iii) emphasis on rote learning.

(iv) emphasis on critical thinking.


1. (ii), (iv)

2. (ii), (iii), (iv)

3. (i), (ii), (iii)

4. (i), (ii), (iv)

Q.22 In Jean Piaget's theory, creation of a new scheme on account of inability to understand the

environment with the existing schema is known as-


1. adaptation.

2. accomodation.

3. assimilation.

4. organisation.

Q.23 Rashmi uses a variety of tasks to cater to the different learning potential of learners in her

class and often makes groups to facilitate peer learning. Which of the following theory

supports her actions?


1. Lawrence Kohlberg's moral development-theory

2. Sigmund Freud's psycho-sexual theory

3. Lev Vygotsky's socio- cultural theory

4. B.F. Skinner's behavioristic theory

Q.24 In a constructivist classroom, emphasis should be placed on:


1. Formative assessment

2. Singular assessment

3. Summative assessment

4. Standardized and uniform assessment

Q.25 Which of the following statements about children’s 'failure' is correct?


1. Children belonging to marginalized communities ate not capable of achieving academic


2. Child’s failure can always be attributed to genitic defects.

3. Children whose parents have themselves never been to school are not interested in the

education of their children.

4. Child’s failure is a reflection of the system’s inability to cater to her individual needs.

Q.26 How are children understood in a constructivist frame?


1. Miniature adults

2. Passive beings

3. As being born with a curiosity to explore the world

4. As being born evil who have to be civilized

Q.27 A child-centered classroom can be created by -


1. promoting competition between learners.

2. providing frequent tests and keeping learners in an intermittent state of fear.

3. providing timely feedback to the learners about their performance.

4. discouraging questions and keeping learners passive.

Q.28 Development is -


1. totally genetically pre-programmed.

2. uni-directional.

3. modifiable.

4. unidimensional.

Question Type : MCQ

Q.29 Dolls and pink dresses are usually associated with girls while cars and blue dresses are

usually associated with boys. This is a demonstration of -


1. gender diversity.

2. gender empowerment.

3. gender stereotyping.

4. gender constancy.

Q.30 ‘Private speech‘ in Vygotsky's theory-


1. hinders children's actions and behaviour.

2. helps children to regulate their behaviour while doing complex tasks.

3. is indicative of children's egocentricism.

4. is an indication that cognition is never internalized.


Q.1 Which of the following statements about the tree 'Desert Oak' is not correct?

Options 1. It has thrones in place of leaves

2. It grows more than 8m tall

3. It has shallow roots

4. It stores water in its trunk

Q.2 As per CCE, self assessment in EVS is related to

Options 1. Assessment in learning

2. Assessment of learning

3. Assessment for learning

4. Assessment as learning

Q.3 Kuduk is the language of people of


1. Jharkhand

2. Manipur

3. Meghalaya

4. Mizoram

Q.4 Consider the following list Spring, Lake, Pond, Hill, River

In this list which one of the following is different from the others?


1. Hill

2. Spring

3. Pond

4. Lake

Q.5 Which one of the following birds species has eyes infront of its head like in human beings


 1. Owl

2. Weaver bird

3. Indian Robin

4. Tailor bird

Q.6 An EVS teacher facilitates children in the conduction of experiment related to - How does

food get spoilt?

Which of the following will not be the process based learning objective of their


Options 1. Remembering

2. Analysing

3. Experimenting

4. Observing and reading

Q.7 Consider the following statements about elephants

(A) Elephants live together in groups called herds.

(B) An elephant herd has only females and baby elephants.

(C) A herd may have any number female elephants with their young ones.

(D) Male elephants live in the herd till they are 4-5 years old, then they leave their herd and

join the herds of male elephants.

The correct statements are

Options 1. A and B only

2. B,C and D

3. A,C and D

4. A,B and C

Q.8 Consider he following statements

(A) In Gujarat people eat chapati with dal and in dal they put sugar

(B) In Kerala most people eat boiled tapioca with any Cory

(C) People of Kashmir eat sea fish cooked in coconut oil

(D) People of Goa eat fish cooked in mustard oil

The correct statements are

Options 1. A and B only

2. A,B and D

3. C and D only

4. B and C only

Q.9 In the gardens of which one of the following states the plants of Tejpatta, small and big

cardamoms and black pepper grow.

Options 1. Kerala

2. Madhya Pradesh

3. Gujarat

4. West Bengal

Q.10 In EVS meaningful learning can not be provided by


1. involving children in memory based learning

2. opportunities to children to explore their environment

3. asking the questions at the beginning of each subtheme.

4. stories and narratives

Q.11 Match the locations with correct descriptions of common house in villages of that area

Location Description of houses

(A) Molan village (Assam) (i) Thick Muddy wals with roofs of tharny bushes

(B) Laddakh (ii) Shikara (House boat)

9C) Manali (Himachal Pradesh) (iii) Elevated, Made of bamboo pillars floor 3 to 4 metre


(D) Rajasthan (iv) Stones with walls coated with mud and lime, wooden floors and flat

wooden roofs (v) Stone or wood with slanting roofs


1. A-iii, B-iv, C-ii, D-v

2. A- ii, B- iv, C- v, D-i

3. A- iii, B- iv, C- v, D- i

4. A- iii, B- v, C- iv, D- i

Q.12 A person boarded an express train on 29th September 2019 at Surat (Gujarat) for

Nagarcoil (Kerala). The train departed from surat at 20:45 hours and reached Nagarcoil at

12:45 hours on 1st October 2019. If the distance between Surat and Nararcoil by train

route is nearly 2200km, the average speed of the train during this journey was

Options 1. 55km/h

2. 137.5 km/h

3. 50km/h

4. 82km/h

Q.13 The neighbouring states of Gujarat are


1. Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh

2. Maharashra, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan

3. Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Haryana

4. Maharashtra, Karnataka, Rajasthan

Q.14 Consider the following statements about Nepenthes.

(A) This plant can trap and eat insects, frogs and even nice.

(B) This plant is not found in our country.

(C) This plant emits a pleasant sound to attract insects

(D) It has a picture like shape with mouth covered with a leaf. Any insect that lands on its

mouth gets trapped and can not get out

The correct statements are

Options 1. A and B only

2. A,B and C

3. A,C and D

4. A and D

Q.15 Which of the following is the subtheme of the proposed themes of EVS syllabus?

Options 1. Animals and plants

2. Shelter

3. Family and Friends

4. Things we make and do

Q.16 Consider the following statements about "Mount Everest"

(A) It is a part of our country

(B) The height of its peak is 8900m

(C) Bachhendri pal became the first Indian women to reach the peak of this mountain

(D) Our national flag was first pitched at the peak of this mountain in the afternoon of 23rd

May 1994

The correct statements are


1. A and B only

2. B,C and D

3. B and C only

4. A,B and C

Q.17 Which of the following is least suited for assessment of children in EVS?


1. Elaborative questions

2. Open ended questions

3. Close ended questions

4. Creative questions

Q.18 EVS is based on which of the following principle of learning?


1. Concrete to abstract

2. Abstract to concrete

3. Unknown to known

4. Global to local

Q.19 Which of the following will not be effective resources for children to construct knowledge

in EVS?

(A) Real life incidents

(B) community members

(C) Four walls of the classrooms

(D) use of local resources of the children


1. A,B and D

2. C and D only

3. A and B only

4. C only


Q.20 Class v chapter " A seed tells a farmers story" begins with key questions like who produces

the food we eat?

The key question_________

(A) triggers the children thinking in new directions

(B) supports children to learning process

(C) supports children to develop memory based skills

(D) supports teacher in maintaining discipline in class


1. A and C only

2. C and D only

3. A and B only

4. B and D only

Q.21 Dandi March is an important event of Mahatma Gandhi's life which took place before India

become independent in the year


 1. 1940

2. 1927

3. 1932

4. 1913

Q.22 Anecdotal records of learning process of the children is based on


1. Assignment technique

2. Oral technique

3. Observation technique

4. Project technique

Q.23 In case of which one of the following diseases doctors suggest the patients to eat 'jaggery'

amla and more leafy vegetables?

Options 1. Dengue

2. Typhoid

3. Chikungunya

4. Anaemia

Q.24 Which of the following should not be a characteristic of EVS?

Options1. It is an integrated subject area

2. It is contextual

3. It is single subject area.

4. It is child centred

Q.25 Sensitive issues in EVS like gender discrimination- can be meaningfully transacted for

children by -


1. organisation of lecture

2. organisation of lecture followed by discussion

3. conducting dialogues among children

4. organisation of exhibition

Q.26 Which of the following strategies an EVS teacher can meaning fully transact the topic

"walls tell stories" of class 5

(A) Maps and pictures

(B) Lecture and discussion

(C) Survey followed by decision

(D) Asking children to write slogans.


1. A,C and D

2. A,B and D

3. B and D only

4. A and C only

Q.27 Which of the following is the objective of teaching EVS at primary level?


1. To prepare children for specialised studies.

2. To develop quantitative skill among children

3. To develop only psychomotor skills of children

4. To develop an awareness about environmental issues

Q.28 Which of the following should be the indicator for assessment in EVS?


1. Remembering

2. Paper pencil test

3. Textbooks

4. Cooperation

Q.29 A doctor is located at X and his hospital is located at Y. There is no straight lane from the

directions house to the hospital. Therefore the doctor first goes to A which is 500m due

east of X, then goes to B which is 400m due south of A, then to C which is 90m due west of

B and finally reach the hospital at Y which is 80m due north of C. With respect to the

hospital the correct direction of the doctor's house is


1. south-east

2. North-east

3. north-west

4. south-west

Q.30 Portfolio is often used by the teachers for the assessment of the progress of the learning

of the children. Portfolio

(A) is a cumulative record of the learning progress of the children

(B) enables the child to demonstrate his/her own work to other

(C) is only a statement regarding the attendance of the children in a year in school.

(D) enables the child to become active participants in learning and assessment


1. B,C and D

2. A and C only

3. A,B and D

4. C and D only

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