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Friday, 12 February 2016

Calicut University B.Ed. (2 Years) First Semester Model Exam Question papers-2016

Note: These question papers are prepared for B.Ed. Model Exam @ Arafa Institute For Teacher Education, Attur, Thrissur.
Question papers are prepared by corresponding faculty.Special Thanks to Respected Principal Dr.K.Gangadevi Menon.

EDU 01- EDUCATION IN CONTEMPORARY INDIA-Prepared by Dr.K.Gangadevi Menon (Principal,Arafa Institute for Teacher Education) & Reihanath.K (Assistant professor, Arafa Institute for Teacher Education)

EDU : 02 DEVELOPMENT OF THE LEARNER- Prepared by Aji Narayanan.K.K (Assistant professor, Arafa Institute for Teacher Education)

EDU 03 – LANGUAGE ACROSS THE CURRICULUM- Prepared by Sowmya Krishnan (Assistant professor, Arafa Institute for Teacher Education)

EDU 04 – UNDERSTANDING DISCIPLINES AND SUBJECTS-Prepared by Reihanath.K (Assistant professor, Arafa Institute for Teacher Education)

     EDU 05.12 - THEORETICAL BASES OF TEACHING PHYSICAL SCIENCE-Prepared by Sabarish.P (Assistant professor, Arafa Institute for Teacher Education).



B.Ed DEGREE FIRST SEMESTER MODEL EXAMINATION, FEBRUARY 2016
EDU 01- EDUCATION IN CONTEMPORARY INDIA
Time: 3hours                                                                                            Marks : 80
Part A
Answer all the questions
Each question carries 2 marks

1.      Define education.
2.      What do you mean by UEE?
3.      Explain Operation Black board.
4.      What is the purpose of establishing Navodaya Vidyalayas?
5.      Explain Madrassa curriculum.
6.      What is meant by secularism?
7.      Write article 21A.
8.      What is ‘Pabbajja’?
9.      Mention two important Buddhist universities in ancient India.
10.  What is Three language formula? Which commission recommended it?
10 X 2 = 20 marks
Part B
Answer any ten.
Each question carries 4 marks

11.  Distinguish between formal, informal & non formal education.
12.  Woods despatch is considered as the magna carta of Indian education –Why?
13.  Describe fundamental rights and duties.
14.  Write a short note on regarding the aims of education according to Gurukula system.
15.  Describe briefly the major contributions of NPE 1986.
16.  What are the important articles related to education.
17.  What are the general aims of education?
18.  How do philosophy and psychology influence education?
19.  Comment on the recommendations of Kothari commission report.
20.  What are the salient features of NCF 2005? Explain the major recommendations made by NCF 2005.
21.  What are the aspirations of Indian society?
22.  Briefly discuss the issues pertaining to Kerala society.
10 X 4 = 40 marks

Part C
Answer any two
Each question carries 10 marks

23.  Discuss liberalization, Privatization & Globalization and their impact on education.
24.  Discuss the functions of education.
25.  Briefly explain educational renaissance in Kerala in the 20th century with reference to the contributions of Sree Narayana Guru, Vakkom Abdul Kadir Moulavi, Chattambi Swamikal and Ayyankali.

2 X 10 = 20 marks



B.ED DEGREE I SEMESTER MODEL EXAMINATION -2016
EDU : 02 DEVELOPMENT OF THE LEARNER
Time :3 hours                                                                        Marks : 80
PART A
(Answer all the following questions. Each question carries two marks)
1.      Define growth and development.
2.      What is biological heredity of human beings?
3.      What is id?
4.      What are physiological needs?
5.      Explain the cephalo-caudal and proximodistal  sequences of development?
6.      Explain maturation and learning.
7.      Explain emotions of development through Bridge’s chart.
8.      Explain with structure Spearman’s model if intelligence.
9.      Write the differences between  verbal and non verbal tests.
10.  What are the treatment do you suggest to improve the backwardness in children?
  [10 X 2=20 Marks]
PART B
(Answer any ten questions .Each question carries four marks.)
11.  Explain swish
12.  Define Freud’s psycho-analytical theory with his  major parts.
13.  Write down the ego –states model of T.A .
14.  Explain TAT and CAT with reference Intelligence.
15.  What are the role of the teacher in  pupil’s adjustments?
16.  Explain any three defense mechanisms.
17.  What are the problems faced by delinquent children and how can we tackle it?
18.  What sort of education will give for gifted children?
19.  Define creativity and its stages.
20.  Write the difference between aptitude and attitude.
21.  Write down the principles of growth and development
22.  How far Bruner’s intellectual development theory helps in various field of education?
  [10 X 4=40 Marks]

PART C
(Answer any two from the following. Each question carries ten marks)
23.  Define Multiple Intelligence with reference to Gardner.
24.  . What are the developmental problems of adolescents in India?
25.  Explain the concept of personality development of Jung.
  [2 X 10=20 Marks]


B.Ed DEGREE FIRST SEMESTER MODEL EXAMINATION, FEBRUARY 2016
EDU 03 – LANGUAGE ACROSS THE CURRICULUM
Time: 2 hours                                                                                            Marks : 40
Part A
Answer all the questions
Each question carries 1 mark
1.      What is LAC?
2.      List any four sub skills of listening.
3.      What is dialect?
4.      What is register?
5.      What are aural skills?
6.      What are reflexive skills?
6X 1 = 6 marks
Part B
Answer all questions
Each question carries 2 marks
7.      What are the benefits of LAC?
8.      What do you mean by schema theory?
9.      Differentiate skimming from scanning.
10.  Write a short note on linguistic plurality?
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4 X 2 = 8 marks
Part C
Answer any four questions
Each question carries 4 marks
11.  Briefly discuss deficit theory.
12.  Explain ESP.
13.  How will you organize a debate in your classroom?
14.  Suggest some ways for overcoming the linguistic hazards faced by the subject teachers?
15.  Learning English is a must in 20th century. Comment.
16.  Distinguish between note taking and note making.

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4 X 4 = 16 marks

Part D
Answer any one
The question carries 10 marks

17.  Bring out the meaning, significance and scope of language across curriculum.
18.  Explain the Theory of Agnihotri and its implications in Kerala classrooms.
1 X 10 = 10 marks

B.Ed DEGREE FIRST SEMESTER EXAMINATION FEBRUARY 2016
EDU 04 – UNDERSTANDING DISCIPLINES AND SUBJECTS

Duration: 2 hours                                                                                                     Marks : 40
Part A
Answer all the questions. Each question carries 1 mark

1.      What do you mean by life skill education?
2.      Define the term ‘horticulture’.
3.      List out the three levels involved in the formation of school subjects
4.      List any two reasons to include ‘Hospitality’ as a subject in the school curriculum.
5.      Mention the importance of sex education in school curriculum.
6.      What is ‘work-related learning’?
6 X 1 = 6 marks
Part B
Answer all questions

7.      What is theory of content?
8.      Why school subjects are introduced in the school curriculum?
9.      Examine sustainable development as an interdisciplinary subject in school curriculum.
10.  Write brief note on schooling in India.
4 X 2 = 8 marks

Part C
Answer any four questions

11.  Differentiate between schooling for everyday life and schooling for university.
12.  Briefly explain the terms
a) Gurukulam     b) Kutippallikoodam     c) Patasala  d) Formal schools
13.  Explain the structure of mathematics.
14.  Why teachers must know the history of languages?
15.  Illustrate with examples the social, political & cultural aspects involved in designing school subject areas.
16.  Explain the subject matter of social science for different levels of schooling.
4 X 4 = 16 marks
Part D
Answer any one question

17.  Examine the relationship between school subjects and academic discipline.
18.  Explain the evolution of school subjects in India.
1 X 10 = 10 marks


B.Ed DEGREE FIRST SEMESTER MODEL EXAMINATION, FEBRUARY 2016
EDU 05.12 - THEORETICAL BASES OF TEACHING PHYSICAL SCIENCE
Time: 3hours                                                                                            Marks : 80
Part A
Answer all the questions
Each question carries 2 marks
1.      Define Science. Briefly describe the nature of science.
2.      Mention any four functions of teaching science.
3.      What is Geoinformatics?
4.      What are the maxims of teaching?
5.      Experiments play a major role in the field of science. Justify this statement.
6.      What is Brain storming?
7.      Describe testimony as a source of knowledge in Science?
8.      What do you mean by syntax of a model?
9.      Give an example for common misconception among secondary school students?
10.  What is hidden curriculum?
10 X 2 = 20 marks
Part B
Answer any ten.
Each question carries 4 marks
11.  What is the importance of co curricular activities in Science teaching?
12.  Briefly describe the concept of Scientific Method.
13.  How will you organise supervised study in your class room?
14.  Describe Dalton plan.
15.  What is nature rambling? How is it useful in the study of physical science?
16.  What are the essential records to be maintained in a physical science laboratory?
17.  Write a short note on the principles of curriculum construction.
18.  Explain the salient features of Inquiry Training Model.
19.  What is critical pedagogy?
20.  Briefly describe essential audiovisual aids that you can use in Science teaching.
21.  Mention the use of Graphical organizers in Science teaching. Differentiate concept map and mind map.
22.  What is the use of workbook in science teaching? List any four supplementary readers in science.
10 X 4 = 40 marks



Part C
Answer any two
Each question carries 10 marks

23.  Correlation in Science teaching is an effective measure towards integration of knowledge-Substantiate the statement with illustrative example from different disciplines.
24.  Construct a lesson plan using concept attainment model of teaching in Physics/chemistry.
25.  Conduct a review of the latest happenings in Kerala state schooling procedure.

2 X 10 = 20 marks