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Calicut University Second semester B.Ed. Examination - Model Question papers

Calicut University Second semester B.Ed. Examination
Model Question papers



SECOND  SEMESTER B.Ed DEGREE MODEL EXAMINATION, NOVEMBER  -2014
Time: 2 hours                                                                                                    Max. Marks: 50
EDU 104- EDUCATION IN THE SOCIO - CULTURAL CONTEXT

PART A
Answer all questions
Each question carries 1 mark
1.      What is social structure?
2.      What is meant by Culture?
3.      What is FFLP?
4.      What is GER?
5.      Define Democracy?
6.      What is informal education?
7.      What do you mean by inclusive education?
8.      Write the expansions for GDP and SLMA                                            (8 x 1 = 8 marks)

PART B
Answer all questions
Each question carries 2 marks
9.      What do you meant by social system
10.  What is modernization?
11.  What is meant by open- learning?
12.  What are the causes of cultural lag?
13.  Define the term cultural capital as  perceived by Bourdieu.
14.  What is UEE?
15.  What is value crisis?
16.  Write any four child rights.
            (8 x 2 = 16 marks)
PART C
Answer any four  question
Each  question carries 4 marks
17.  Explain  the issues of Quality _ Quantity  paradox in Indian Education
18.  “Education is an investment for the present  and future”-  Comment
19.  Suggest certain  activities for environmental  education at secondary school level
20.  Discuss the role of education in Kerala  Development Experience
21.  What are the aspirations of Indian Society?
22.  Describe different types of Social control?                                             (4x4=16 marks)

PART D
Answer any one question
The question carries 10 marks
23.  What  is social change? Describe the factors affecting social change .What are the roles of education in social change?
24.  What are the different agencies of education? Explain the educational functions of these agencies?
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SECOND  SEMESTER B.Ed DEGREE MODEL EXAMINATION, NOVEMBER  -2014
Time: 2 hours                                                                                                  Max. Marks: 50
EDU 105- PSYCHOLOGY OF LEARNING

PART A
Answer all questions
Each question carries 1 mark
1.      What is meant by learning?
2.      What are the ‘D’ needs?
3.      Mention any two class room situation where negative transfer of learning is possible.
4.      What is operant conditioning
5.      Define schema
6.      Write down any two methods of co-operative learning
7.      Define memory
8.      What do you mean by approaches of studying?
                                                                                                             (8 x 1 = 8 marks)
PART B
Answer all questions
Each question carries 2 marks
9.      Differentiate   between ‘Deep’ and ‘surface’ approaches
10.  Define sociometry. What is  its importance to the  present class room situation
11.  What do you mean by reasoning? Which are the two types of  reasoning?
12.  What are the  uses of  concept mapping?
13.  What is  social constructivism. Point out  any two  psychologist in this area.
14.  Explain the class room  application of law of effect.
15.  Mention any  two  motivation methods using  in your class room
16.  Point out  any five method related factors affecting learning.               (8 x 2 = 16 marks)
           
PART C
Answer any four  question
Each question carries 4 marks
17.  Explain  the characteristics of learning
18.  Explain the term maturity? How can applied  in the field of education?
19.  What is meant by achievement motivation? How is it measured?
20.  Differentiate innate and acquired behavior?
21.  How can apply meaningful verbal learning in the real classroom situation.
22.  What do you mean by  “ego stages”                           (4x4=16 marks)

PART D
Answer any one question
The question carries 10 marks
23.  Explain Gagnye’s hierarchy  of learning  and examine its relevance in classroom instruction.
24.  “Maturation  is a developmental process within which  a person from time to time manifest different  traits”. Justify  this statement  and Discuss how can helpful this idea in the field of  education.
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SECOND  SEMESTER B.Ed DEGREE MODEL EXAMINATION, NOVEMBER  -2014
Time: 2 hours                                                                                                  Max. Marks: 50

EDU 106- EDUCATIONAL MANAGEMENT

PART A
Answer all questions
Each question carries 1 mark
1.      Mention any two tools of evaluation
2.      What is Performance Appraisal?
3.      Write any four important records that a school should keep.
4.      What are the principles of Time Table Construction
5.      Define CCE.
6.      What is the concept of TQM
7.      Explain any two postural deformities.
8.      What is SWOT analysis?                                                                                (8 x 1 = 8 marks)
PART B
Answer all questions
Each question carries 2 marks
9.      Differentiate Formative and Summative evaluation
10.  Briefly explain School Management Committee and its functions
11.  Find the median of the scores 48,25,37,19,28,44
12.  Discuss the major principles of time table
13.  What is Acquittance roll?
14.  What is the importance of Statistics in Education?
15.  Mention any four Merits of institutional planning
16.  Define Health and fitness.                                                                              (8 x 2 = 16 marks)
           
PART C
Answer any four  question
Each question carries 4 marks
17.  Briefly explain the structure and functions of SMC
18.  What are the qualities of a good evaluation tool?
19.  What are the duties and responsibilities of a Head Master?
20.  Briefly explain the objectives of Physical Education.
21.  List the major functions of school complexes.
22.  Explain the functions of Educational management                                        (4x4=16 marks)

PART D
Answer any one question
The question carries 10 marks
23.  Differentiate measurement and evaluation. What are the functions of Evaluation. Briefly Explain the grading system followed in our schools.
24.  Briefly outline the meaning and importance of Institutional planning.
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SECOND  SEMESTER B.Ed DEGREE MODEL EXAMINATION, NOVEMBER  -2014
Time: 2 hours                                                                                                  Max. Marks: 50

EDU. 162. CURRICULUM AND RESOURCES OF PHYSICAL SCIENCE
PART A
Answer all questions
Each question carries 1 mark
1.      Mention a topic / content from Physics or chemistry which can be taught through type
study.
2.      Write any two principles of science curriculum construction
3.      What is a Diorama?
4.      List out any criteria for a good Science text book.
5.      Define Hypothesis
6.      List the technical aspects of scientific method
7.      What first aid you will suggest for a student who has exposed to acid burn?
8.      What is the conceptual meaning of corroboration and Falsification              (8 x 1 = 8 marks)
PART B
Answer all questions
Each question carries 2 marks
9.      How will you correlate physical science with natural science? Mention the types of correlation.
10.  Differentiate between induction and deduction with a suitable example.
11.  Why do we consider Teachers Handbook as an important source book
12.  List the objectives behind ‘Nature rambling’
13.  How will you utilize the ERIC resources in your science teaching
14.  Suggest any four reference books in Physics/Chemistry.
15.  Write any four laboratory rules to be maintained by your students
16.  Explain the values of improvisation in science.                                              (8 x 2 = 16 marks)
           
PART C
Answer any four  question
Each question carries 4 marks
17.  Briefly explain the objectives and functions of INFLIBNET.
18.  Prepare a posture highlighting the importance of scientific method
19.  Briefly describe the construction of any one improvised apparatus in Physics/chemistry
20.  Briefly explain the major records to be maintained in a physical Science laboratory.
21.  Multimedia can be effectively used in science Teaching – illustrate with examples.
22.  How will you organize your classroom activities to give pupils training in scientific method                                                                                                                       (4x4=16 marks)
PART D-Answer any one question
The question carries 10 marks
23.  List the major characteristics of PSSC and Chem Study Project. Based on these
curricular reforms suggest broad outline for a secondary school science curriculum in
Indian Context.
24.  Describe with illustrations Mill’s canons of induction and explain its scope in developing a conceptual understanding of science.                                                                                                                                           ****************                                        (1x10=10 marks)





SECOND  SEMESTER B.Ed DEGREE MODEL EXAMINATION, NOVEMBER  -2014
Time: 2 hours                                                                                                  Max. Marks: 50

EDU. 182. PROFESSIONALIZING PHYSICAL SCIENCE EDUCATION

PART A
Answer all questions
Each question carries 1 mark
1.      Define Scientific literacy
2.      Write any two objectives of Science exhibition in schools
3.      What is the meaning of the term professional growth
4.      What is a course ware? Give one example in Science
5.      What is critical thinking?
6.      List any two peculiarities of Scientifically gifted children
7.      Suggest a place for field trip in Science and point out its educational value
8.      Give an example to show the emancipatory role of Science                                                                                                                                                                          (8 x 1 = 8 marks)
PART B
Answer all questions
Each question carries 2 marks
9.      How NSTS help the Science education in India?
10.  What is expert system? Mention its use in Education.
11.  What is in service education? What is its use for a teacher?
12.  List the activities that can be organized by Science club in Indian context
13.  List the objectives of Science fairs conducted for school and children
14.  Suggest a science project for secondary school children.
15.  How do soft skills become important in teaching?
16.  What is meant by Learning Management system? Give an example                                                                                                                                                              (8 x 2 = 16 marks)
           
PART C
Answer any four  question
Each question carries 4 marks
17.  How can a science teacher contribute to the social uplift of Society?
18.  Describe the role of NCERT in professional growth of Science teachers
19.  Teaching research and extension go hand in hand - substantiate
20.  Give the URL of any one website useful for Science teachers. Mention the resources in it.
21.  Comment on ‘Teaching as a profession’. Who is a professional teacher?
22.  How will you organize a science club?                                                                                                                                                                                                           (4x4=16 marks)
PART D-Answer any one question
The question carries 10 marks
23.  Write a script for e-content (e-module) for a concept of your choice.
24.  What is the importance of professional growth of Science teacher? Substantiate your view points in Indian context.                                                                                                                                              
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