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Thursday, 8 October 2020

GCERT EK KADAM AAGAL

GCERT EK KADAM AAGAL 

HIGH ORDER THINKING SKILLS QUESTION FOR STD 6 TO 10 STUDENTS  


Dear teacher friends,

you are constantly striving to integrate classroom teaching with everyday life and increase curiosity in students.  We are presenting to you the questions that develop Higher Order Thinking Skills (HoTS) every week to strengthen your efforts.  It is hoped that through these questions you will increase students' logical, analytical, scientific and mathematical thinking.  The process of solving these questions and finding solutions will enable the students to find solutions to the problems.  So you are requested to go through this process and only then discuss the solutions.

QUESTIONS ARE LIKE BELOW :- 

EXAMPLE 1 :- Children of Std. 6 to 8 of Junagadh Government School are going to visit Gir Sanctuary as part of school tour. All the students are very excited. The children arrived at the school a little early as the bus was scheduled to leave at 9 o'clock in the morning. Students are waiting for the bus at the school door. Some have parents with them. Teachers have also come. As soon as the bus arrived, Pratik, Kavya, Salim ran to take the seat of their choice. Pratik and Salim sat next to the driver. About an hour later, while the bus was running on the highway, Salim saw that the driver of the bus, Sohanbhai, was eating Zoka. Salim asked Sohanbhai, "Are you tired?" The driver Sohanbhai replied, "No ... no ... nothing like that." He laughed a little and changed gears. Salim again got into a conversation with Pratik, Kavya and Jigar. Some of the children were playing catch-up. Some children were watching the scenery from the window. Suddenly Kavya saw a huge truck coming from the front. She shouted, "Sohankaka, beware, a truck is speeding in front of you." The rest of the children also shone. Sohan, the driver who was half asleep, woke up blinking. He took care of himself and got off the bus safely. Salim requested the teacher to tell the driver to stop the bus at a safe place. He told the teacher that the driver did not feel well either he was sick or very tired.

EXAMPLE 1 :- Hina has to go to school tomorrow. But he remembered that his school uniform got wet due to rain on his way home from school today. He hung his uniform over the wire on the ceiling. But he hung up his uniform without spreading it properly. His mother told him to spread his uniform and hang it, otherwise it would take longer to dry. Hina wondered why. He asked his science teacher why. His science teacher explained that this is due to evaporation. Answer the following questions using the information above:

Why does it spread out and dry in less time?

IMPORTANT LINKS FOR SUBMITION QUESTIONS

WEEK 1

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WEEK 2

EK KADAM AAGAL 2 PDF POSTER

EK KADAM AAGAL 1 NA JAVAB :- CLICK HERE

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WEEK 3

EK KADAM AAGAL 2 NA JAVAB :- CLICK HERE

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WEEK 4

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Ek kadam aagal 4 questions link:- CLICK HERE 

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WEEK 5

EK KADAM AAGAL 4 NA JAVAB:- CLICK HERE 

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WEEK 6

EK KADAM AAGAL 5 NA JAVAB :- CLICK HERE 

Ek kadam aagal 6 questions link:- CLICK HERE 

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WEEK 7

EK KADAM AAGAL 6 NA JAVAB:- CLICK HERE 

Ek kadam aagal 7 questions link:- CLICK HERE 

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WEEK 8

EK KADAM AAGAL 7 NA JAVAB:- CLICK HERE 

Ek kadam aagal 8 questions link:-  click here

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What should a teacher do in such a situation? Choose the appropriate option from the following. (You can also select more than one option.)

GCERT EK KADAM AAGAL 

HIGH ORDER THINKING SKILLS QUESTION FOR STD 6 TO 10 STUDENTS  

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