Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra Syllabus for the B. Sc. Home Science (Second Year) Semester III



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MATERIAL DEVELOPMENT FOR CHILDHOOD EDUCATION




  1. Developing play materials suitable for each age group and adjudge the acceptability.( only four play materials)

  2. Painting and graphics - paper cutting and tracing, clay modeling, preparation of stencil for the printing.( two only)

  3. Puppetry - preparation of puppetry, stick, singer, tabletop, rhythm puppets, glove and cock puppets.(any two)

.

  1. Packaging and Sale of two prepared items after calculating cost.


References:

    1. Blackie, Pamela (1972): Drama, London: Macmillan education.

    2. Contractor, M. (1984): Creative drama and puppetry in education, Delhi: National book trust of India.

    3. Garretson, R. (1966): Music in childhood education, New York: Meredith publishing company.

    4. Hendrick, J. (1980): Total learning for the whole child, St. Louis: The CV. Mosby

    5. Kaul, V. (1991): Early childhood education programme, New Delhi: NCERT

    6. Kaul, V., Bhatnagar, R. (1992):` Early childhood education A trainer’s handbook, New Delhi: NCERT

    7. Lacper, S., Witherspoon, R., Day, B. (1984): Good Schools for young children, New York: MacMillan publishing company.

    8. Murlidharan, R., Asthana, S. (1991): Stimulation activities for young children, New Delhi NCERT

    9. Swaminathan, M. (1984): Play activities for young children, New Delhi: UNICEF

    10. Bruke,E (1990):Literature for the young Child ,Needham Height: Allyn and Bacon.

    11. Devries,R,Kohlberg,L.(1987): Programs of early education ,New York : Longman

    12. Krishan Kumar (1986): The Child’s language and the teacher ,New Delhi: UNICEF.

    13. Kurien,Z.(1988): Helping children learn,Bombay:Orient Longman.

    14. Leeper,S.Witherspoon,R.Day B.(1984): Good schools for Young Children,New York:MacMillan.

    15. Lioyd,I.,Richardon,K.(1980): A mathmatics activity for early childhood and special education, New York:McMillan publishing company.

    16. Margelin,E.(1982): Teaching young children at school and home ,New York:McMillan.

    17. Robinson,H.(1985): Exploring Teaching, London: Allyn and Bacon.

Option - IV


INTERIOR DECORATION


  1. Development of design and construction of any five under mentioned items:-

Cushions, curtains, carpets, doormats, rugs and tablemats.

  1. Motifs and their applications in interior decoration (any two)

  2. Use of free hand , scale drawing ,sketching and paper cutting in interior decoration (any two)

  3. Wall paintings, picture frame design and making other wall accessories

( any two)

  1. Craft out of fiber, fabrics, coir, bamboo, clay and metal. (any one)

  2. Preparation of decorative articles (3) for different rooms

  3. Packaging and sale of above articles after calculating cost.

References:



  1. Rutt Anna Hong (1961): Home furnishing,Wiley Eastern Pvt.Ltd.

  2. Bhat Pranav and Goenka Shanita (1990):The foundation of art and desing,Bombay:Lakhani Book Depot.

  3. Goldstein,H.and Goldstein,V(1967): Art in Everyday life; New Delhi: Oxford and IBH publishing company .


Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra

Syllabus for the B.Sc. Home Science (First Year)

Semester – I w.e.f. 2009-10


Sr.

No.

Course

No.

Paper Title

Exam

Duration

Max.

Marks

Total




External

Interna







1.

101

General English – I*

3 hrs.

45

5

50




2.

102

Hygiene and Promotive Health

3 Hrs.

90

10

100




3.

103

Introduction to

Textiles

Lab-1**


3 Hrs.



90



10



100






4.

104

Food Science
Lab-II**

3 Hrs.



90



10



100






5.

105

Introductory Chemistry
Lab-III**

3 Hrs.


90


10


100





6.

106

Introduction to Human Development

3 Hrs

90

10

100










G. Total










300










Environment Science*






















Computer Applications*
















Note: * The student will study this course along with BSc students of Medical and Non Medical students as per university rules.

**The Practical examination will be held in II semester along with Lab-I, Lab-II and Lab-III of Semester-I



B.Sc. I (Home Science)

Semester - I

General English -I




Course No. : 101 Duration of Exam : 3 hrs.
MM : 45 + 5 = 50

Scheme of the Question Paper

The paper will have seven questions as per details given below

Q.1. The Candidate will be asked to answer comprehension questions based on an extract from the text book. There will be internal choice.

Q.2. The candidate will be asked to explain with reference to the context an extract from

the text book. There will be internal choice.

Q.3. There will be five short answer type questions based on the text book. The candidate will be asked to give answers in about 30 words each. There will be internal choice

Q.4. There will be one essay type question based on the text book with internal choice.

Q.5. Translation of a passage of about 10 sentences from Hindi to English

Q.6. Paragraph (The candidate will be required to write about 250 words on any one of the five given topics).

Q.7. There will be question with parts on the following items: common phrasal verbs, prepositions, common errors in English
Paper –A: Text

The following text is prescribed for intensive study



  1. Following Poems from The Chronicles of Time edited by Asha Kadyan (Oxford University Press)

  1. William Shakespeare

Let Me Not to the Marriage of True Minds

  1. John Donne

Death Be Not Proud

  1. John Milton

On His Blindness

  1. Henry Vaughan

The Retreat

  1. John Dryden

Shadwell

  1. Alexander Pope

Know Then Thyself

  1. William Blake

The Little Black Boy

  1. William Wordsworth

Three Years She Grew in Sun and Shower

  1. Percy Bysshe Shelley

England in 1819

  1. Alfred, Lord Tennyson

Crossing the Bar
Part-B: General English

  1. Translation from Hindi to English

  2. Paragraph Writing

  3. Common phrasal verbs, prepositions and common Errors in English



B.Sc. I (Home Science)

Semester - I

HYGIENE AND PROMOTIVE HEALTH



Course No. : 102 Duration of Exam : 3 hrs.
MM : 45 + 5 = 50*


Instructions for the Examiner : The examiner will set nine questions in all, selecting four question from each section/unit and one compulsory objective type question.

Instructions for the Candidate : The candidate will attempt five questions in all, selecting at least one question from each unit as well as compulsory question.
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