TET Environmental Studies: Blooming with Knowledge

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Unveiling the wonders of our planet! This TET Environmental Studies (EVS) resource equips you with essential concepts and engaging teaching strategies presented in a clear, question-answer format. Explore family, food, shelter, water, and more – fostering environmental awareness in future generations. Master the TET and cultivate a love for learning about our amazing world!

Get ready to blossom in your TET Environmental Studies (EVS) exam with these key concepts presented in a question-answer format, complete with relatable examples:

Family and Friends

  • Q: Why is family important? A: Family provides love, support, and a sense of belonging. Example: Discussing the importance of helping family members with chores.


  • Q: Where does our food come from? A: Plants and animals. Example: Learning about different food groups (fruits, vegetables, grains) and their importance for healthy growth.


  • Q: What is shelter? A: A place to live that provides protection from the elements. Example: Exploring different types of homes (huts, apartments, bungalows) and the materials used to build them.


  • Q: Why is water essential? A: Water is crucial for all living things to survive. Example: Conducting activities to illustrate water conservation (e.g., turning off taps while brushing teeth).


  • Q: How do we travel from one place to another? A: Walking, cycling, using public transport, or private vehicles. Example: Discussing the benefits of walking and cycling for the environment compared to using cars.

Things We Make and Do

  • Q: How do our actions impact the environment? A: Our choices can conserve resources or create pollution. Example: Learning about recycling and reusing materials to reduce waste.

Pedagogical Issues

  • Q: How can we effectively teach EVS concepts? A: Use hands-on activities, encourage exploration of the natural world, and connect learning to everyday life.

  • Example: Planting seeds in a classroom garden to observe plant growth, organizing a field trip to a local park to identify different trees and birds.


  • Emphasize the importance of protecting the environment.

  • Encourage a sense of curiosity and exploration in students.

  • Make EVS learning engaging and interactive.

By mastering these key areas and incorporating engaging teaching methods, you'll be well-equipped to bloom in the TET Environmental Studies section and blossom into a successful environmental educator!