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STUDENT REPORT

6 December 2012
Duration 40 mins | Examcode 1414794

Living and Non-living; Getting to know plants

SCHOOL

SSPM^s Sri Sri Ravishankar Vidya Mandir

CLASS 6

DIVISION A

STUDENT

Jnanam Shah

ROLL NO 37

YOUR PERFORMANCE IN THE TEST: 76% The class average performance in this topic is 52.42% BEST PERFORMANCE IS IN SUBTOPIC Functions of flowers and pollination TWO SUB TOPICS RECOMMENDED FOR IMPROVEMENT * Functions of leaves * Difference between plants and animals.

DA STUDENT REPORT

CLASS 6 ROLL NO 37

Living and Non-living; Getting to know plants

DATE 6 December 2012

Misconceptions Concept: Identification of shrubs Q Kapil wanted some SHRUBS for his garden. Which of the following plants could he choose?
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P - Tulsi Q - Mango R - Rose S - Hibiscus 1 only R 2 only R and S 3 only P, R and S 4 only Q, R and S

Correct Option: 2

Student Selection: 3

Students may think that tulsi is a shrub. They may think so as they may have seen tulsi growing with a bushy appearance. Remedial measure: Show students pictures of different types of herbs and shrubs. Ask them to identify the features that can differentiate a herb from a shrub. Ask them to classify the plants around their house or school into herbs, shrubs and trees. Concept: Classification of living organisms Q Vidhya and her friends were talking about classification of animals. Here is what they said.
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Vidhya: A shark is a fish, but not an animal. Jennifer: A shark is a fish, and an animal. Saleem: A penguin is a fish, and also a bird. Rani: A penguin is a bird, but not an animal. Who is correct? 1 Vidhya 2 Jennifer 3 Saleem 4 Rani

Correct Option: 2

Student Selection: 1

The question was designed to test if students can identify the correct statement about the classification of animals. Students may have built certain mental models about animals and think that birds and animals are different categories. They might have heard the term 'animal' being used for a certain group of animals, like lion, tiger, monkey etc. And so any organism that does not fit into that model of 'animals' - having four legs or eating other animals, may not be classified as an animal. Remedial measure: Biological classification has been developed after an extensive study of organisms on Earth. The basis of this classification is subtle and it is developed in such a way that it accommodates all species of organisms, and covers the vast diversity of life. Help students to appreciate that scientific classification is different and more sophisticated than common perception.

DA STUDENT REPORT

CLASS 6 ROLL NO 37

Living and Non-living; Getting to know plants

DATE 6 December 2012

Key Ideas Assessed: The student was assessed on the following sub topics. The student performance in each of the sub topics is given in the chart.

Characteristics of living, non-living and dead things Difference between plants and animals Classification of plants Functions of roots and stem Functions of leaves Functions of flowers and pollination
0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100

Section A. Jnanam Shah

Q No Sub Topic 15 16 17 18 19 20 Sub Topic 1 2 3 Sub Topic 8 9 10 Sub Topic 21 22 23 24 25 Sub Topic 4 5 6 7 Sub Topic 11 12 13 14

Correct Answer Student Response :Characteristics of living, non-living and dead things 4 4 4 4 1 1 3 3 2 2 3 4 :Difference between plants and animals 2 1 3 3 3 3 :Classification of plants 3 3 2 2 2 3 :Functions of roots and stem 1 1 1 1 2 3 4 4 3 3 :Functions of leaves 3 3 3 1 3 3 4 2 :Functions of flowers and pollination 4 4 1 1 3 3 4 4