M.Sc., M.Ed., JRF & NET
Lecturer in Physical Science, Arafa Institute for Teacher Education
B.Ed DEGREE (SEMESTER PATTERN) MODEL EXAMINATION, APRIL -2014
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Each question carries 1 mark
1. What is the nature of Science?
2. List any two landmarks in the history of Science.
3. Mention any two examples for the social functions of Science.
4. What is a problem? Name two different types of problem.
5. Give any two resources in EDUBUNTU helpful in Science teaching.
6. What is an experiment? Give an example for a scientific experiment.
7. List the advantages of project method.
8. Write any two educational implications of the theory of Multiple intelligence with respect to science?
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Each question carries 2 marks
9. Comment on the interdependency of product and process aspect of Science.
10. Differentiate between Scientific Attitude and Scientific Aptitude.
11. List the 8 issues envisaged in KCF 2007.
12. What is the difference between problem solving method and scientific method?
13. What is ABL?
14. What is the importance of Brain storming in science education?
15. Explain the term collaborative learning in Science.
16. What are the steps in writing a project report? (8x2=16)
Answer any four questions
Each question carries 4 marks
17. Distinguish between Inductive approach and Deductive approach of Teaching.
18. Comment on ‘Learning as a generative process’
19. Discuss the importance of supervised study in teaching physical science.
20. Describe the advantages and disadvantages of Heuristic method of teaching science in schools.
21. Conduct a brief review of the latest happenings in Kerala state schooling procedures with respect to science education.
22. What is the significance of critical pedagogy in science teaching?
Answer any one question
The question carry 10 mark
23. What is the importance of teaching science as a school subject? Mention the practical, vocational, moral and recreational functions of science?
24. How will you manage group learning in your class? Mention some methods and technique for implementing constructivism in the classroom.