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Science Pedagogy Quiz:17.09.2020

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Question 1

The basic difference between Topical and Concentric Approach is that:

(i) Topical Teaching requires only a single class to cover the topic, where as Concentric Teaching requires more than one class to cover the topic.

(ii) Topical Teaching is continuous while Concentric Teaching is discontinuous.

Question 2

An Integrated approach has its roots in early _________ education:

Question 3

Computer-Assisted Instruction (CAI)act as an-

Question 4

Direction: Answer the following question by selecting the correct / most appropriate options.
A Class VII teacher wraps a thin paper strip tightly around an iron rod and tries to burn the paper with candle while rotating the iron rod continuously. Does it burn? Which process skill/skills of students may be developed through this activity?

Question 5

Look at the following teacher-student interaction and answer the question.

Teacher: Does the speed of the electric motor increase if the current is increased?

Student: Yes, if the current supplied is increased then the number of revolutions per minute (rpm) of the motor also increases.

The answer given by the student depicts which concept of nature of science?

Question 6

Which of the following is called the multi-sensory technique of instruction?

Question 7

A teacher can make use of different techniques to introduce and deliver the content in:

Question 8

Science teachers should

Question 9

Directions: Answer the following questions by selecting the most appropriate option.
What classroom environments may contribute to underachievement?

Question 10

Direction: Answer the following question by selecting the correct / most appropriate options.
Students of Class VII are testing starch in food. While testing, students do mistakes in observations. The most appropriate response of the teacher will be :
A) not to give another chance to students.
B) to punish students and warn them.
C) to accept their mistakes errors.
D) to appreciate their attempt.
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