Mathematics, Science and Pedagogy MCQ Question with Answer
Q31. Select the foods that are rich in dietary fibres:
(a) I, II, V
(b) I, III, IV
(c) II, IV, V
(d) III, IV, V
Q32. Crop rotation is growing crops alternately like
(a) Cereal – leguminous crop – cereal
(b) Cereal – Sugarcane – cereal
(c) Cereal – millets-cereal
(d) Sugarcane – cereal – sugarcane
Q32. In the process of osmosis, water moves through a semi-permeable membrane from
(a) A dilute solution to the concentrated solution
(b) A dilute solution to pure water
(c) A concentrated solution to a dilute solution
(d) A solution at the higher level to the solution at the lower level
Q34. Where in the body do you expect to find the tricuspid valve and mitral valve?
(b) Alimentary canal
Q35. When the copper vessel is kept in moist air for long, it gets a green coating of
(a) Copper hydroxide and copper chloride
(b) Copper hydroxide and copper carbonate
(c) Copper oxide and copper carbonate
(d) Copper carbonate and copper sulphate
Q36. An object is placed at 20 cm from a convex mirror of a focal length of 10 cm. The image formed by the mirror is
(a) Real and at 20 cm from the mirror
(b) Virtual and at 20 cm from the mirror
(c) Virtual and at 20/3 cm from the mirror
(d) Real and at 20/3 cm from the mirror
Q37. A sound wave has a frequency of 4 kHz and a wavelength of 50 cm. What is the speed of sound and how long will it take to travel 3 km?
(a) Speed = 2000 m/s; Time =1.5 s
(b) Speed = 3000 m/s; Time =1s
(c) Speed = 300 m/s; Time = 10 s
(d) Speed = 200 m/s; Time = 1.5 s
Q38. You have the best chance of finding pitcher plants in
Q39. Which of the following is the incorrect match of the diseases and types?
(a) Autism, sickle-cell anaemia: Congenital
(b) Night blindness, anaemia: Deficiency disease
(c) Diabetes, kidney stones: Degenerative diseases
(d) Asthma, hay fever: Infectious disease
Q40. The deficiency of thyroxin in a body is linked with
Q41. A trainee teacher needs to demonstrate a food test for proteins in a lab. Which of the following reagents would she choose for doing the same?
(b) Sudan III
(c) Fehling’s solutions – A and B
(d) Copper sulphate and caustic soda
Q42. Two liquids A and B in two identical vessels are exerting the same amount of pressure. The density of liquid A is three times more than the density of liquid B. What would be the height of liquid B in the vessel if the height of liquid A in its vessel is 12 cm?
(a) 5 cm
(b) 4 cm
(c) 6 cm
(d) 3 cm
Q43. What is the speed of a train when it is covering a distance of 60 m in one minute?
(a) 1 m/h
(b) 1 km/h
(c) 1 m/s
(d) 1 km/h
Q44. Which of the following are examples of uniform motion
(a) A car moving on a road with heavy traffic
(b) A train running between two stations
(c) Hands of a clock
(d) A horse in a procession
Q45. Animals that produce sound in the infrasound range are
(a) Whales, bats and elephants
(b) Rhinoceros, whales and elephants
(c) Elephants, dolphins and bats
(d) Dolphins, bats and rhinoceros
Q46. A boy shouted the name of his friend standing on the cliff of a nearby mountain and heard his own echo after 3 seconds. At what distance is the cliff if the speed of the sound, v, is taken as 346 m/s?
(a) 1038 m
(b) 1083 m
(c) 529 m
(d) 519 m
Q47. Which of the following is not true about plants?
(a) Plants provide nutrition and shelter to animals.
(b) Oil cannot be extracted from mustard seeds by crushing
(c) Plants like teak, deodar and sal provide wood for furniture.
(d) Plants can be used as medicines to cure diseases.
Q48. There are animals that stay awake at night. These animals can see things only in
(a) Violet and blue colours
(b) Green and yellow colours
(c) Black and white colours
(d) Red and orange colours
Q49. Which of the following sequences correctly represents the life cycle of a silkworm?
Q50. Which one of the following animals’ front teeth keeps on growing throughout its life? It has to keep gnawing on things to keep its teeth from becoming too long
Q51. Which of the following is not an identified indicator for the assessment of science in class VI?
Q52. The collection of all forms of a child’s work during a term can be called
(a) Anecdotal records
(b) Teacher’s diary
Q53. If a student is able to express his thoughts and perception about things in his surroundings with his friends and teachers easily in a school as compared to at home, it shows that he
(a) Considers school a casual place
(b) He feels proud to share his thoughts in school
(c) Finds acknowledgement for his expression in a school
(d) He loves to chat with his friends and teachers, but not with his family
Q54. A teacher can identify a stressed child when the child shows the following behaviour:
(a) Over-concentration on studies
(b) Excessive talking
(d) Aggressive behaviour
Q55. What is the best way to sensitise students about the importance of trees in our environment?
(a) Using textbook content to explain different uses of trees
(b) Giving examples of different products that we get from trees
(c) Showing the chart of different types of trees to students
(d) Taking students to a garden to understand the products and services we get from trees
Q56. Which of the following techniques is not applied for the objective assessment of students?
(a) Oral test
(b) Hands-on activities
(c) Essay-type questions
(d) Alternative response-based questions
Q57. Read the following points:
I. Using specialised language
II. Relating previous knowledge to the newly given knowledge
III. Including group learning
IV. Promoting active participation of students and use of audio-visual aids
Which of the given points is/are not relevant while introducing a new concept in a science class?
(a) I, II and III
(b) III and IV
(c) II only
(d) I only
Q58. Which one of the following is the core objective of Continuous and comprehensive evaluation (CCE)?
(a) Following term-end evaluation
(b) Involving learner-centred activity
(c) Taking easiest way for teaching
(d) Involving continuous and formal observations of students to be shared with them and their parents
Q59. How could a teacher make the students understand the interdependence of things in the environment?
(a) Asking them to complete a worksheet based on the knowledge they have about the interrelationship among different organisms and their physical environment
(b) Showing them short clips illustrating how different components of the natural environment are interdependent followed by the summarisation from the teacher
(c) Discussing the concept of the interrelationship of different components of the environment verbally
(d) Telling them to observe the model of food web hanging on the wall of a classroom
Q60. Which of the following techniques helps learners to sharpen their problem-solving and thinking abilities?
(a) Use of flashcards
(b) Inclusion of maps and globes
(c) Using poems and storytelling
(d) Inclusion of riddles and puzzles