In this post, Examsaga provides the 50 most important math pedagogy questions for Ctet Uptet, DSSSB, KVS & other teaching exams. Students can download Ctet math pedagogy questions in English as well as Ctet math pedagogy in Hindi pdf.
Ctet Math pedagogy Questions
Math pedagogy is an important subject for any teaching exam like Ctet Uptet Reet etc.. In Ctet, there is a total of 30 questions of maths in which there are two parts.
- General Maths
- Maths Pedagogy
Each part gets 15 -15 questions. 15 questions of Maths Pedagogy are very scoring and most of the Maths Pedagogy previous year’s questions are repeated.
Ctet Maths Pedagogy Important Questions and Answers
Faiza says that is a 1/8 greater fraction than 1/2. Which of the following is most appropriate for the error made by Faiza?
It is a _______.
- Procedural error
- Conceptual error
- Careless error
- Language error
According to the National Curriculum Framework, 2005, the mathematics curriculum should be
- Coherent and Static
- Ambitious and Static
- Static and activity–oriented
- Ambitious and Coherent
Which of the following can be considered as a base to develop “algebraic thinking” among primary grade learners?
- Starting with simple patterns of repeating shapes and then moving to complex patterns involving numbers.
- Using graphical method to introduce algebraic equations
- Introducing algebraic identities to solve the problems.
- Emphasizing the use of algebra in daily life.
When asked to multiply 25 by 7, a student adds 25 seven times. Which of the following statement is correct with respect to the given context.
- The use of formal algorithm needs to be emphasized over informal strategies.
- The strategy used by the studet can not be assessed by the teacher.
- The student has creatively extended the knowledge of addition to multiplication.
- The student has no conceptual understanding of both addition and subtraction
Children’s mathematical reasoning abilities at primary level can most appropriately be inferred by
- Step- by step completion of questions given as home task.
- Achievement in regular MCQ – based tests
- Analysing their errors
- Memorising of formal algorithms
Which of the following is/are responsible for fear and failure in mathematics according to National Curriculum Framework, 2005?
- Predominance of symbolic language
- Cumulative nature of mathematics
- Gender – specific abilities
- Formative assessment techniques
- Only (iv)
- (i) and (ii)
- (ii) and (iii)
- (i) and (iii)
While deducting the area of parallelogram from a rectangle, the most common transformation that a teacher does to relate the formula of area of these two shapes is
- The transformation is not possible
Which of the following statements is true for teaching of Data Handling in primary classes?
- It should not be introduced as students of primary classes won’t be able to handle the data.
- It doesn’t relate to mathematical concepts in arithmetic and geometry.
- It can be introduced informally in primary classes as students of primary classes can relate it to their daily life experiences.
- It demands higher cognitive skills which are not possessed by students of primary classes.
Which of the following is not true for the use of manipulative aids in mathematics at upper – primary level?
- They help in understanding complex concepts in mathematics
- They are used to utilize leisure time in a mathematics classroom.
- They act as a pedagogical resource for assessment.
- They help in concrete representation of abstract concepts in mathematics.
‘An elastic band of 10cm length is stretched by 5 cm. what is the new length of the elastic band?’Hemlata presents the above word problem to the students in her class. The underlying concept that she is referring to is
Following is the conversation between two students about their mathematics class:
A : Lots of questions were going round in my head but I was too scared to ask them.
B : I feel scared of asking questions in mathematics as I would look stupid if I got it wrong.
The situation depicts :
- A teacher – centered classroom
- Lack of fearless environment in the mathematic class
- Excuses made by most of the students in a mathematics classroom
- Lack of conceptual understanding of the teacher
- (i) and (iii)
- (ii) and (iv)
- Only (iii)
- (i) and (ii)
According to the National Education Policy (NEP), 2020, the important principle for imparting quality education and making children self–learners is
- Learning what to learn
- Learning where to learn from
- Learning how to learn
- Learning whom to learn from
Which of the following is important for a teacher while teaching “Estimation”?
- Teacher must explain that there is one best way to estimate
- Teacher should neglect the answers of students whose answers are farthest off from the estimated answer.
- Teacher should motivate the students with the closest estimate
- Teacher should give space for a range of reasonable answers followed by a discussion.
The primary objective of a diagnostic test in mathematics is
- To emphasize parents to keep home tutions for the child
- Te prepare report – cards of the children
- To understand the child’s learning gaps in mathematics
- To distribute children in different sections of a class
A student in a mathematics class says that a square is both a parallelogram and a rectangle. He further says all rectangles are also parallelograms. According to Van Hiele’s theory of geometric thinking, the student is at which level of geometric thinking?