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Check your Progress : Part-6 (in Hindi)
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Saumya Mehra
Discovering myself | An Avid Reader | Post Graduated | 6 years' Experience | Loves to Teach |

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fireman sylabus engneyaa?? LDC same sylabus aaaano sir
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Abhijith
22 days ago
Malayalam illa.. Bakki same.. But alpam standard question varum... Medium English aanenu aanu parayune.. Malayalam question confirm aayilla
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Savitha
19 days ago
ldc ku ano Malayalam illathe
20 English, 20 maths 60 gk
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Abhijith
8 days ago
Savitha.. Ldc malayalam undu
the answer will option C
  1. Check your Progress


  2. MCQ-26 Which one of the following philosophical perspective needs to be followed to deal with children with special needs? they should be segregated and put in separate educational institutions they should be given only vocational training they have a right to inclusive education and study in regular schools they do not need any education at all a) b) c) d)


  3. Which one of the following philosophical perspective needs to be followed to deal with children with special needs? a) they should be segregated and put in separate educational institutions they should be given only vocational training they have a right to inclusive education and study in regular schools b) c) d) they do not need any education at al


  4. MCQ-27 Identify the incorrect statement from the given ones: a) b) c) Inclusive education means that individual differences among students are a source of problems Children with learning disabilities can be educated through inclusive education schools adapt to the needs of students in the inclusive education none of the above d)


  5. Identify the incorrect statement from the given ones: a) b) Children with learning disabilities can be educated through inclusive c) Inclusive education means that individual differences among students are a source of problems education schools adapt to the needs of students in the inclusive education none of the above d)


  6. MCQ-28 Research has pointed out that the several levels of discrimination exist in the schools. Which of these is not an example of discrimination at upper primary level? a) many teachers use only lecture method to teach b) teachers have low expectations of children from lower socio- economic strata c) Dalit children are made to sit separately during mid-day meals d) girls are not encouraged to take up Maths and Science


  7. Research has pointed out that the several levels of discrimination exist in the schools. Which of these is not an example of discrimination at upper primary level? a) many teachers use only lecture method to teach teachers have low expectations of children from lower socio- economic strata b) c) Dalit children are made to sit separately during mid-day meals d) girls are not encouraged to take up Maths and Science


  8. MCQ-29 By placing students in the least restricted school environment, the school a) equalizes the educational opportunities for girls and disadvantaged b) normalizes the lives of children from deprived groups who were groups increasing the linkage of school with the parents and communities of these children c) gets disadvantaged children's involvement in activities such as science fairs and quizzes sensitizes other children not to bully or to put the disadvantaged children down d)


  9. By placing students in the least restricted school environment, the school a) equalizes the educational opportunities for girls and disadvantaged b) normalizes the lives of children from deprived groups who were groups increasing the linkage of school with the parents and communities of these children gets disadvantaged children's involvement in activities such as science fairs and quizzes sensitizes other children not to bully or to put the disadvantaged children down c) d)


  10. MCQ-30 A teacher can effectively respond to the needs of children from 'disadvantaged sections' of society by a) telling the 'other children' to co-operate with the 'disadvantaged b) c) d) children' and guide them to learn the ways of the school only sensitizing the disadvantaged children to the norms and strictures of schools so that they can comply with those. reflecting on the school system and herself about various ways in which biases and stereotypes surface. ensuring that the children do not get a chance to interact with each other to minimize the chances of their being bullied.