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Guwahati University 4th Semester Education Major Question Papers 2017

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Guwahati University 4th Semester Education Major Question Papers 2017

2 0 1 5

( Major )

Paper: 4.1

( Educational Technology )

Full Marks: 80
Time : 3 hours
The figures in the margin indicate full marks for the questions

l. (a) Answer the following questions: IX5=5

(i) What is educational technology?

(ii) What is teaching technolog?

(iii) What is meant by behavioural twinning?

(iv) Define instructional technology.

(v) What is meant by communication?

(b) Complete the following sentences by using appropriate words: IX5=5

(i) Audiovisual aids help in developing___.

(ii) — is known as the father of the computer.

(iii) — University introduced team teaching technique for the first time.

(iv) ERNET (Educational Research Network) in India was established in the year —.

(v) The process of teaching has two major components—content and____.

2. Answer the following questions: 2XS=10

(a) Write two objectives of educational technology.

(b) Write very briefly on ‘interactive phase of teaching’.

(c) Mention two differences between educational technology and instructional technology.

(d) Mention two barriers of classroom communication.

(8) Write briefly on ‘e-learning’.

3. Write notes on any four of the following: 5X4=20

(a) Importance of educational technology in distance mode of education

(b) Phases of Micro-teaching

(c) Principles of programmed instruction

(d) Appropriate use of teaching aids

(e) Use of computer in education

(f) Procedure to be followed to organize team teaching

4. Answer any four of the following: IOX4=40

(a) Explain the concept of micro-teaching. Discuss the merits and demerits of micro-teaching. 4+3+3= 10

(b) Explain the concept of programmed instruction. Discuss about linear programming. 4+6=10

(c) Discuss the importance of teaching aids in the teaching-learning process. 10

(d) Explain the concept of systems approach to education. Describe the steps involved in the procedure of systems approach. 4+6-10

(e) What is the Internet? What services does it offer in the field of education? Discuss. 4+6=10

(f) Explain the concept of team teaching. Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of team teaching. 4+3+3=10

(9) What is meant by computer-assisted instruction (CAI)? Discuss its advantages and disadvantages. 4+3+3=10

(h) Describe the hardware and software approaches to education and their contributions towards the effective teaching-learning process. 10

2 0 1 5

( Major )
Paper: 4.2
( Environmental and Population Education )
Full Marks: 80
Time: 3 hours 
The figures in the margin indicate full marks for the questions

1. Answer the following as directed: 1X10=10

(a) Write the etymological meaning of the term ‘environment’.

(b) When was the Stockholm UN-sponsored conference on Human Environment held?

(c) In which the State of India the 'Chipko Movement’ was started?

(d) The term ‘biodiversity’ refers to the diversity of plant and animal species.
(Write True or False)

(e) The term ‘disaster’ has been derived from the Italian word, ‘Disastro’.
(Write True or False)

(f) The abiotic components of the environment are living elements.
(Write True or False)

(g) Environmental education should be inter-disciplinary in its approach.
(Write True or False)

(h) India’s first National Population Policy was announced in the year —.
(Fill in the blank)

(i) The Bhopal Union Carbide disaster took ' place in the year —.
(Fill in the blank)

(j) Who led the famous ‘Narmada Bachao Andolan’ in Madhya Pradesh?

2. Give short answers of the following: 2X5=10

(a) What is ‘greenhouse effect’?

(b) Write the difference between ‘demography’ and ‘population’.

(c) What do you mean by ‘population dynamics?

(d) Name two NGOs associated with environmental protection in Assam.

(e) What is the difference between ‘population education’ and ‘sex education’?

3. Answer any four from the following: 54-20

(a) Enumerate briefly the guiding principles of environmental education.

(b) Explain the concept of responsible environmental behavior.

(c) How does overpopulation affect the health status of common people?

(d) Write, in brief, how TV can be helpful in providing population education.

(e) Discuss the main causes of environmental degradation in your State.

(f) Write a note on any one method of population education.

4. Answer any four from the following: lOX4-40

(a) Define ‘sustainable development’. What are the challenges for sustainable development? Discuss the role of education in bringing sustainable development. 2+3+ 5=10

(b) What programme of environmental education will you suggest for higher level ' of education in the context of 2lst century? 10

(c) “Population education is an educational programme which provides for a study of the population situation in a family, community, nation and the world, with the purpose of developing in the students’ rational and responsible attitude and behavior towards that situation.” Discuss the statement highlighting the nature and scope of population education. 5+5=10

(d) Do you think that population education should start from primary level? Give reasons in support of your answer and suggest an appropriate curriculum of population education at primary level. 2+3+5=10

(e) What do you mean by environmental stressor? Mention different types of environmental stressor with proper examples. 4+6=10

(f) 'Overpopulation leads to illiteracy and unemployment.” Discuss with an example. 10

(g) Do you think that NGOs can help in changing the attitude of common people towards environmental issues? Justify your answer with an example. 10

(h) Draw a programme to promote environmental awareness in society in general and among students in particular. 5+5=10