Environmental Studies and Pedagogy MCQ Question
Q71. If you find a topic in EVS difficult, what will you do as a teacher?
(a) Somehow teach it
(b) Repeat the main points
(c) Put questions to the students about it
(d) Come well prepared to teach
Q72. Sarita is a new neighbour of Sheena. Sheena while talking to Sarita came to know that prior to this new colony she was living in a slum and had to leave out forcefully as her slum was wipe out. The wiping out of slums is also known as
Q73. What is the purpose of using visual-aids, while teaching EVS?
(a) To make the subject simple
(b) To be more knowledgeable
(d) To make the subject interesting
Q74. Which of the following methods is best suited to show on a map the types of crops being grown in a region?
Q75. Which is the least important factor in teaching?
(a) Punishing the students
(b) Maintaining discipline in the class
(c) Lecturing in impressive way
(d) Drawing sketches and diagrams on the black board
Q76. Which of the following is not an effect of oil spill?
(a) Economic downturn
(b) Ecological imbalance
(c) Temperature fluctuation
(d) A slow rate of fossilization
Q77. While teaching the topic ‘different types of beaks’ to Class III students, which of the following planned ways chosen by a teacher is not appropriate for teaching this topic?
(a) Taking the students to a nearby park
(b) Explaining the concept by showing 3D images
(c) Explaining the concept verbally through specific examples
(d) Going to a museum for seeing preserved heads of different birds
Q78. While teaching cell, at teacher, can use which of the following?
(a) Onion Peel
(d) Pieces of paper
Q79. Which one of the following pairs of life processes occur both in plants and animals?
(a) Reproduction and food making
(b) Reproduction and germination
(c) Growth and reproduction
(d) Growth and food making
Q80. There are four below average students in a class.
Which one of the following strategies will be most effective to bring them par with the other students?
(a) Make them sit in the first row and supervise their work constantly
(b) Identify their weak areas of learning and provide remedial measures accordingly
(c) Ensure that they attend the school regularly
(d) Give them additional assignments to do at home