Curriculum and Pedagogy in Schools
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CHAPTER 4: Curriculum and Pedagogy in Schools
- According to new developmentally appropriate curricular and pedagogical structure for school education follows which design?
A) 10 + 2
B) 5 + 3 + 3 + 4
C) 5 + 3 + 4
D) 7 + 5
- Match the following according to reconstructed school curriculum and pedagogy design.
- Foundational Stage A. comprises of three years of education, building on the play-
, discovery-, and activity-based pedagogical and curricular
Style of the Foundational Stage, but also gradually
beginning to incorporate textbooks as well as aspects of
more formal classroom learning.
- Preparatory Stage B. comprises of five years of flexible, multilevel, play-based,
activity-based, and discovery-based learning, continuously
incorporating the latest research in ECCE as well as the
various time-tested Indian traditions for cognitive and
emotional stimulation of children.
- Middle Stage C. Comprises of four years of multidisciplinary study, and
will build on the subject-oriented pedagogical and
curricular style of the Middle stage, but with greater
depth, greater critical thinking, greater attention to life
aspirations, and greater flexibility and student choice.
- Secondary Stage D. Comprises of three years of education, building on the
more formal pedagogical and curricular style of the
Elementary Stage but will see the introduction of subject.
teachers for learning/discussion of the more abstract
concepts in each subject that students will be ready for at
this stage across the sciences, mathematics, arts, social
sciences, and humanities.
- Questions are encouraged with creative, collaborative, and exploratory activities for deeper and more experiential learning in ________________ Classrooms.
- Students will be given increased flexibility and _______________ to study across the arts, humanities, sciences, sports, and vocational subjects.
- What are the steps taken to empower students through flexibility in course choices?
- Increased flexibility in choice of subjects
- No hard separation of content in terms of curricular, extra-curricular, or co-curricular areas
- No hard separation of arts and sciences
- No hard separation of “vocational” and “academic” streams
- All the above
- During what age childrens learn languages quickly and have an extremely flexible capacity to learn multiple languages.
- None of the above
- The three-language formula will need to be implemented in its spirit throughout the country, promoting multilingual communicative abilities for a multilingual country.
- Young children learn and grasp nontrivial concepts most quickly in English language.
- _________________ has been a great repository of knowledge pertaining to numerous subjects including science, mathematics, medicine, mathematics, law, economics, politics, music, linguistics, drama, storytelling, and architecture.
- Match the following based on the subject/ Skills and their impact on personal life.
- Arts A. this skill builds children emotional wellbeing and
the ability to focus, be creative and collaborate.
- Evidence based Thinking B. It helps improve a child’s muscular and
cardiovascular strength, flexibility, endurance, motor
skills, and mind-body connection and wellness.
- Physical Education C. Leads to rational, ethical, and compassionate.
individuals who can make good, logical and sound
decisions throughout their lives.
- Music D. Skilled in this tend to be more productive,
creative and innovative.
- Any education emphasizing creativity and innovation must include the arts.
- To encourage innovative new school textbooks in all States and in all regional languages, textbooks will be approved on the basis of containing
- Correctness and Accuracy
- Innovative, creative and engaging presentation
- National core curricular material
- All the above
- Every student has innate talents, which must be _______________, nurtured, fostered, and developed.
- The culture of assessment must shift from one that primarily tests rote memorisation to one that .
- Promote learning.
- Test higher-order skills
- More formative
- All the above
- In what grades the course of current affairs will be taught to make aware of current issues and course on critical issues will be taught in more advanced manner.
A) Grades 7 – 8
B) Grades 6 – 7
C) Grades 9 – 12
D) Grades 1 – 5
Question Paper Key
- (1, B), (2, A), (3, D), (4, C)
- Interactive and fun
- Choice of subjects
- A) True
- B) False
- (1, D), (2, C), (3, B), (4, A)
- A) True