CTET June 2011 – Paper – I (English Language) Answer Key

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परीक्षा (Exam) – CTET Paper I Primary Level (Class I to V)
भाग (Part) –  Part – V (English Language)
परीक्षा आयोजक (Organized) – CBSE
कुल प्रश्न (Number of Question) – 30
परीक्षा तिथि (Exam Date) –  June 2011


Directions : Answer the following questions by selecting the most appropriate option.

121. Remedial teaching as part of Formative Assessment means
A. teaching beyond the textbooks
B. extra coaching by parents
C. teaching for gifted students
D. diagnosing and addressing gaps in learning

122. Which of the following is a value associated with an inclusive classroom?
A. Envy
B. Sympathy
C. Collaboration
D. Competition

123. The aim of mechanical drills is to
A. encourage creative use of language among the learners
B. improve the fluency of the learners
C. improve the accuracy of the learners
D. strengthen the role learning capacity of the learners

124. Learners are involved in individual activities, pair work, group work and whole-class work because these
A. have the sole aim of introducing variety in a language classroom
B. enable the already over-worked teacher to preserve her energy thereby becoming more effective
C. afford the learners opportunities to use the language in a focused manner for real-life interaction
D. provide the learners enough opportunities to relax in a language classroom

125. Which of the following statements is true?
A. Formative assessment, to be effective, must be conducted only after teaching a lesson B. While all formative tasks are meant for improving teaching-learning, some are used for assessment too
C. Formative assessment helps us to grade students into good, average and poor
D. All formative tasks are meant for assessment

126. When young learners seem to lose interest in a lesson, the teacher should
A. ask them to sit quietly for some time
B. allow them to go out and play
C. ask them to sleep for a while
D. tell a story or conduct an interesting activity

127. Group project work helps in developing,
A. collaboration, critical thinking and problem solving
B. competition among learners to excel in academics
C. good memory in the young learners
D. a high level of ambition to achieve

128. Which of the following is an instance of non-formal learning?
A. Children learning a new game from friends
B. Children learning through correspondence lessons
C. Children learning to draw from their art teacher
D. Children learning to cook from their parents

129. Teachers help learners ‘construct’ their knowledge in English by
A. correcting every mistake a learner makes and giving the relevant rule of grammar as immediate feedback
B. giving extensive language drills in which learners practice language items mechanically C. enabling them to see the relationship between their prior knowledge and the new knowledge
D. giving the learners a lot of assignments and projects that will lead to much practice

130. Students need to brainstorm ideas, organise them, draft, edit and revise their work,’ is a ‘process which reflects
A. Speaking skills
B. Reading skills
C. Writing skills
D. Listening skills

131. What type of questions promote thinking skills in children?
A. Questions based purely on the reading text
B. Personal response questions
C. Closed-ended questions
D. Factual questions

132. A textbook describes a domestic scene which shows the father cooking in the kitchen, the mother coming home from work and their son sewing. What is the concept conveyed?
A. Work is worship
B. Removing/gender bias
C. Dignity of labour
D. Division of labour among sexes

133. Reading for comprehension can be best achieved through
A. Asking the children to read the text aloud
B. Helping learners speak words softly while reading
C. Learners reading silently and asking comprehension questions
D. Teaching learners to run a finger or pencil under the line being read

134. Teachers do not give the meaning of new words to learners directly because
A. it prevents learners from discovering the meaning through puzzling out using clues
B. learners already know the meaning of the words
C. vocabulary will not be enriched
D. learners do not like to be given the meaning of words

135. The Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009 has included all round development of the child’ as one of the aims of education because
A. it ensures that every child is a part of a workforce
B. every child grows rapidly between six to fourteen years
C. proper health care is essential
D. it nurtures the physical, mental and emotional aspects of the child

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