## CTET Solved Question Paper-I SEPT 2016 (PRT)

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**CTET SEPT 2016 Solved Question Paper : Paper-I (18.09.2016).**

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**CTET Solved Question Paper 2016**with Answer Keys of CTET SEPT 2016 Exam held on 18.09.2016 for Paper-I (PRT) for Class I-V.

This solved question answers of CTET Paper-I Exam Sept 2016 contains all questions of every portion - Part-I ( Child Development & Pedagogy), Part-II (Mathematics), Part-III (Social Studies), Part-IV Language-I (English/Hindi) & Part-V Language-II (English/Hindi).

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### CTET Solved Question Paper SEPT 2016 : Level-1 (PRT) for 1st to 5th

**CTET SEPT 2016 Solved Paper-2**

**CTET SEPT 2016 Solved Paper-1**

**Part-I ( Child Development & Pedagogy)**

Q. 1. As a teacher, who firmly believes in
social constructivist theory of Lev Vygotsky, which of the following methods
would you prefer for assessing your students?

Ans. : (1) Collaborative project

Q. 2. To cater to individual differences in
his classroom, a teacher should :

An. (3) Engage in a dialogue with students and value
their perspectives

Q. 3. Assessment is purposeful if :

Ans. : (2) It serves as a feedback for the students as
well as the teachers

Q. 4. According to NCF, 2005, the role of a
teacher has to be :

Ans. : (3) Permissive

Q. 5. Research suggests that in a diverse
classroom, a teacher’s expectations from her students _____ their learning.

Ans. : (1) Have a significant impact on

Q. 6. Inclusion of children with special needs
:

Ans. : (4) Requires a change in attitude, content and
approach to teaching

Q. 7. “Having a diverse classroom with
children from varied social, economic and cultural backgrouonds enriches the
learning experiences of all students.” This statement is :

Ans. : (2) Correct, because children learn many skills
from their peers

Q. 8. A child with hearing impairment :

Ans. : (3) Can do very well in a regular school if
suitable facilitation and resources are provided

Q. 9. Which of the following is a
characteristic of a gifted learner ?

Ans. : (2) He can feel understimulated and bored if the
class activities are not challenging enough

Q. 10. A teacher can enhance effectively learning
in her elementary classroom by :

Ans. : (4) Connecting the content to the lives of the
students

Q. 11. Which of the following statements about
children are correct?

A. Children are passive recipients of
knowledge.

B. Children are problem solvers.

C. Children are scientific investigators.

D. Children are active explorers of the
environment.

Ans. : (1) Children are passive recipients of knowledge

Q. 12. Which of the following is the most
effective method to encourage conceptual development in students ?

Ans. : (3) Give students multiple examples and encourage
them to use reasoning

Q. 13. Primary school children will learn most
effectively in an atmosphere :

Ans. : (1) Where their emotional needs are met
and they feel that they are valued

Q. 14. A child sees a crow flying past the
window and says, “A bird.” What does this suggest about the child’s thinking ?

Ans. : (3) A, B and C

Q. 15. What should a teacher tell her students
to encourage them to do tasks with intrinsic motivation ?

Ans. : (1) Come on, finish it before she does

Q. 16. How can a teacher encourage her
students to be intrinsically motivated towards learning for the sake of
learning ?

Ans. : (3) By supporting them in setting individual goals
and their mastery

Q. 17. In an elementary classroom, an
effective teacher should aim at the students to be motivated :

Ans. (1) To learn so that they become curious and love
learning for its own sake

Q. 18. Which of the following is an example of
effective school practice ?

Ans. : (3) Individualized learning

Q. 19. The cephalocaudal principle of
development explains how development proceeds from :

Ans. : (3) Head to toe

Q. 20. Which of the following is a sensitive
period pertaining to language development ?

Ans. : (4) Early childhood period

Q. 21. A 6-year old girl shows exceptional
sporting ability. Both of her parents are sportspersons, send her for coaching
everyday and train her on weekends. Her capabilities are most likely to be the
result of an interaction between :

Ans. : (1) Heredity and environment

Q. 22. Which of the following are secondary
agents of socialization ?

Ans. : (2) School and neighbourhood

Q. 23. According to Lev Vygotsky, the primary
cause of cognitive development is :

Ans. : (3) Adjustment of mental schemas

Q. 24. In the context of Kohlberg’s stages of
moral reasoning, under which stage would the given typical response of a child
fail ?

Ans. : (3) Good girl-good boy orientation

Q. 25. According to Jean Piaget, which of the
following is necessary for learning ?

Ans. : (1) Active exploration of the environment by the
learner

Q. 26. According to Jean Piaget, schema
building occurs as a result of modifying new information to fit existing
schemas and by modifying old schemas as per new information. These two processes
are known as :

Ans. : (1) Accommodation and adaptation

Q. 27. In a progressive classroom setup, the
teacher facilitates learning by providing an environment that :

Ans. : (1) Promotes discovery

Q. 28. Howard Gardner’s theory of Multiple Intelligence
(MI) suggests that :

Ans. (3) Teachers should use MI as a framework for
devising alternative ways to teach the subject matter

Q. 29. A 5-year old girl talks to herself
while trying to fold a T-shirt. Which of the following statements is correct in
the context of the behavior displayed by the girl ?

Ans. : ?

Q. 30. Gender is a/an :

Ans. : (2) Physiological construct

**>> Part-II (Mathematics) >>**

Q. 31. The prices
of fruits per kg are given below :

Reshma bought 4.5
kg watermelon, 1 kg 200 g cherries, 250 g grapes and 1.75 kg apples. She gave a
Rs. 500 note to the shopkeeper. How much did she get back?

Ans. : (1) Rs.
163

Q. 32. The size of a soap cake is 7 cm * 5 cm * 2.5 cm. The maximum number of soap cakes which can be packed into to boxes each having internal measurements as 56 cm * 0.4 m * 0.25 m:

(1) 960

(1) 960

(2) 1280

(3) 2560

(4) 640

Ans. : (4) 640

33. The length of
a rectangle is three times its breadth. The breadth is half the side of a square
whose perimeter is 72 cm. Then:

(1) the area of
the rectangle is more than the area of the square

(2) the
perimeters of both rectangle and square are equal

(3) the perimeter
of the rectangle is less than the perimeter of the square

(4) the areas of
the square and rectangle are equal

Ans. : (?) All
options are wrong

34. Which one of
the following is not correct?

(1) 55 litres 55 millilitres = 55.55litres

(2) 2005 grams = 2.005
kg

(3) The volume of
a cuboid of length 458 cm, breadth 15 cm and height 40 cm is equal to the
volume of a cube whose side is 0.3 m

(4) One hundredth
of 10 is equal to 0.1

Ans. : (1) 55 litres 55 mililitres = 55.55 litres

35. Which of the
following is an essential prerequisite to understand multiplication of a
two-digit number?

(1)
Multiplication as inverse of division

(2) Commutative
property of addition

(3) Commutative
property of multiplication

(4)
Multiplication as distribution over addition

Ans. : (?)

36. Which of the
following cannot be considered as a reason for fear and failure in mathematics?

(1) Gender
differences

(2) Classroom experiences

(3) Symbolic
notations

(4) Structure of mathematics

Ans. : (1) Gender differences

37. Which of the
following teaching-learning resources
would be the most appropriate to teach the concept of addition of two decimal numbers?

(1) Abacus

(2) Geoboard

(3) Beads and string

(4) Graph paper

Ans. : (2)
Geoboard

38. The majority
of class IV learners think that multiplication of two numbers always
results in a number which is bigger than
both the numbers. How will you show that it is always not the case?

(1) By showing on
a grid paper the multiplication of two decimal numbers

(2) By showing
the multiplication algorithm of one whole number and a fraction on a number
line

(3) By showing it
through repeated addition of numbers

(4) By sowing the
multiplication algorithm of two decimal number

Ans. : (4) By showing the multiplication algorithm of two decimal
numbers

39. Which of the
following statements is true in the
context of teaching ‘measurement’ to primary class students?

Ans. : (3) Non-standard measures should be followed by standard
measures

Q. 40. Which of
the following assessment strategies can be used to make connections of
mathematics which life and promote interdisciplinarity?

Ans. : (3) Survey, project, checklist

Q. 41. Which of
the following can be used as learning resources for visually challenged in a
mathematics classroom?

Ans. : (4) Taylor’s Abacus, computer, geoboard

Q. 42. In the
context of ‘numbers’, primary class children, i.e. the children in age group
8-9 years, are able to accomplish which one of the following sets?

Ans. : (1) Seriation, classification, reverseibility

Q. 43. A teacher
of Class I asks a student to count the total number of objects in a collection
of pens, erasers and sharpners. The student puts all the objects in a line and
starts counting. He says that there are 2 pens, 5 erasers and 3 sharpners instead
of 10 objects. In which principle/principles of counting do you think that the
student is facing difficulty?

Ans. : (3) Stable order and abstraction principles

Q. 44. A teacher
of Class II asks her students to write 4 ones and 3 tens. Some students write
as 43 instead of 34. As a teacher, how will you help the students in
understanding the concept?

Ans. : (4) Ask the students to represent on abacus and then write

Q. 45. Which of
the following statements is not true about ‘mapping’ in mathematics?

Ans. : (4) Mapping is not part of mathematics curriculum

Q. 46. Which of
the following aspects of ‘shapes’ is not dealt with at primary level?

Ans. : (1) tessellation

Q. 47. The
mathematical games and puzzles help in :

Ans. : (3) A, B,
C, D

Q. 48. A given
rectangle and a parallelogram have the same area. However, many Class IV students
respond that the parallelogram has a larger area. How can a teacher help the
students to understand that their areas are the same?

Ans. : (2) Using paper folding

Q. 49. Which of
the following is not an objective of teaching mathematics at primary level
according to NCF, 2005?

Ans. : (2) Preparing for learning higher and and abstract mathematics

Q. 50. The
difference between the place value of 5 in 29503 and the face value of 7 in
32071 is :

Ans. : (3) 493

Q. 51. If 30028 =
28 ones + 28 thousands + _____ tens, then the number in the blank space is :

Ans. : (2) 200

Q. 52. When the
remainder obtained on dividing 80808 by 108 is divided by the remainder
obtained on dividing 90909 by 109, then the quotient is :

Ans. : (3) 12

Q. 53. If 603 ×28
= 63 ×4 × ____, then the number in the blank space is :

Ans. : (3) 67

Q. 54. (The
smallest common multiple of 30, 45 and 60 between 200 and 400) ÷ (The largest
common factor of 15, 24 and 45) is equal to :

Ans. : (4) 60

Q. 55. A number
is smaller than half of one hundred and lies between 4 tens and 5 tens. Ones
digit is one less than tens digit. If the sum of digits is 7, then the product
of the digits in the number is :

Ans. : (4) 12

Q. 56. In a
school, there are 360 students out of which two-thirds are girls and the rest
are boys . Three-fourth of the number of boys are players. The number of boys
who are not players is :

Ans. : (1) 30

Q. 57. Harish
bought a scooter for Rs. 49553. He paid Rs. 8076 in cash and agreed to pay the
remaining amount in 37 equal instalments. What is the amount of each
instalment?

Ans. : (1) 1121

Q. 58. A train
left Hyderabad at 13 : 15 on Friday and reached Bengaluru at 07 : 3- on
Saturday. The duration of the journey was :

Ans. : (2) 18 hours 15 minutes

Q. 59. The number
of minutes in 15 days is equal to the number of seconds in :

Ans. : (2) 6
hours

Q. 60. 15 litres
286 mililitres of orange juice is mixed with 19 litres 714 mililitres of carrot
juice. 12 litres 750 militres of the mixture is used and the rest is filled in
bottles each containing 250 mililitres. The number of bottles is :

Ans. : (4) 89 bottles

**>> Part-III (Social Studies) >>**

**>> Part-IV Language-I (English/Hindi) >>**

**>> Part-V Language-II (English/Hindi) >>**

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