Basic School Organisation by J.C. Aggarwal

Basic School Organisation by J.C. Aggarwal

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1688 edition. Excerpt: ...of the present system of examinations. They fail to evaluate the totality of a child. They are not reliable. They dominate the whole of the educative process, curriculum and methods of teaching They put heavy mental and physical strain. Elements of chance and subjectivity play the dominant role. Remedies. Evaluation in a Basic school should be based on different assessments, (a) Assessment of the diaries of the students, (b) Assessment of the craft work, (c) Periodical examinations, (d) Maintenance of cumulative record cards. (e) Use of new type of tests. (/) Assessment through the participation of the students in various social and cultural activities, (g) Assessment of the child's health and physical development through games, medical inspection etc. Questioi.s and problems. 1. Should there be an annual examination in a Basic school or would you suggest some other technique for evaluating their work in a year? 2. The traditional examination system and the new type tests both are said to have their own weakness. What would you do for a balanced evaluation of children's work in a class? 3. Should schools have an annual examination? Or should there be periodical weekly and terminal) examinations only or both? 4. How would you ensure the full and proper evaluation of progress of a student in school 1 5. What are the advantages and disadvantages of the essay type of examination? 6. Examinations are good servants but bad masters. Explain how far do you accept the statement that examinations are a necessary evil? How can the evil, if any be reduced? 7. What are Objective Tests and how are they formed? Illustrate with concrete examples Discuss their merits and demerits. 8. What is a Cumulative Record Card? What is its value. 9. "Literacy of the more

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  • English
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