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Features & Techniques of Inclusive Education (in Hindi)
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Saumya Mehra
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sir lens ka shape change hota h kya ciliary muscles ke wajah se ?
Mohd Aadil
8 months ago
no.... only iris ka
Pratibha Gupta
7 months ago
to fir chashme q lgte h logo ko ?
Mohd Aadil
7 months ago
perhaps lens Ki magnification capacity ko manage krne ke liye
Mohd Aadil
7 months ago
because hm eyes Ki lens ko to physically challenged nhi kr skte naa..... I am not sure..... but perhaps.... yhi reason ho
Mohd Aadil
7 months ago
vaise Jb hmne deep me study kiya to.... u r right that lens ka shape change hota h....
Pratibha Gupta
7 months ago
haa lens ka shape change hota h or usi ko correct krne ke liye hme convex ya concave lens lgte h depending on the changed shape of lens
very good way of teaching.....thnx mam
  1. Features of Inclusive Education Schools and districts have a zero-rejection' policy when it comes to registering and teaching children in their region. All children are welcomed and valued All children learn in regular, heterogeneous classrooms with same-age peers All children follow substantively similar programs of study, with curriculum that can be adapted and modified if needed. Modes of instruction are varied and responsive to the needs of all.


  2. All children contribute to regular school and classroom learning activities and events. All children are supported to make friends and to be socially successful with their peers. Adequate resources and staff training are provided within the school and district to support inclusion


  3. Techniques for Inclusive Education .One to one peer support Collaborative teaming .Group work Valuing difference of race, gender, ethnicity, disability, age or religion Lesson planning that will you support the needs of all learners Use of Visual e.g. photos, mind maps, maps and diagrams, pictures, film clips, digital cameras, wall displays Use of Auditory Techniques: e.g. use storytelling, talking, effective questions, problem solving, clear sequencing, music, singing


  4. Use of Kinesthetic e.g. use movement, role play,use the environment Scaffolding [practical materials] e.g. writing frames, pictograms, sounds, pictures, objects, word lists, number lines etc Appropriate use of augmented communication and Information and Communication Technology


  5. Features of Inclusive Education Schools and districts have a zero-rejection' policy when it comes to registering and teaching children in their region. All children are welcomed and valued All children learn in regular, heterogeneous classrooms with same-age peers All children follow substantively similar programs of study, with curriculum that can be adapted and modified if needed. Modes of instruction are varied and responsive to the needs of all.


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  7. MCQ- 31 Out of the following which should not be kept in mind while selecting a method? a. parental background b. Mental level of the students c. Individual distinction d. Specific nature of subject


  8. Out of the following which should not be kept in mind while selecting a method? a. parental background b. Mental level of the students C. Individual distinction d. Specific nature of subject


  9. MCQ- 32 Which of the following is not a characteristic of inclusive, education? a. It is the shift in service from the care of disabled children to their education and personal development b. Inclusive education is a continuous process, not an achieved state or product c. It enhances learning only for students with special needs d. It seeks to maximize the potential of all students.


  10. Which of the following is not a characteristic of inclusive education? a. It is the shift in service from the care of disabled children to their education and personal development b. Inclusive education is a continuous process, not an achieved state or product c. It enhances learning only for students with special needs d. It seeks to maximize the potential of all students.


  11. Which of the following is a better strategy for teaching children with special need? a) b) c) d) discussion in a classroom involving maximum number of students demonstration by teachers involving students cooperative learning and peer tutoring ability grouping for teaching


  12. MCQ- 35 If the student is too shy to participate in the class, you will a) not ask questions from hinm b) ask only those questions from him whose answers can be given c) not ask those questions from him whose answers are beyond his means and due to which , he may become an object of ridicule in the class ask questions from him only when is keen to answer them d)