B. Ed. (Regular) Scheme of Examination


UNIT-I - Nature, Scope and Objectives



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UNIT-I - Nature, Scope and Objectives

  1. Definition and concept of Science.

  2. Place of science in school curriculum

  3. Values of teaching science at school level.

  4. Correlation Science with other subjects.

  5. Objectives of teaching sciences at Secondary level.

UNIT II - Curriculum and Planning

  1. Principles of developing science curriculum at secondary level.

  2. Factors affecting the selection and organization of science curriculum.

  3. Unit plan and lesson plan

  4. Qualities of and responsibilities of science teacher

  5. Role of teacher in training students in scientific method and developing creativity among students.

UNIT III - Methods of approaches

  1. Lecture method, Demonstration, Lab Method problem solving, Heuristic. Project method, Inductive & deductive method.

  2. Inquiry approach, programmed Instruction, Panel discussion, Team teaching, General & Workshop.

UNIT IV - Instructional suport system

  1. Multi sensory aids-charts, models, Bulletin, board flannel board Transparencies, Overhead Projector, Radio, T.V. Computer

  2. Co-curricular activities-Irganization of Science club, Science fair and excursions, use of community resources.

  3. Science Lab. Planning & equipping science Lab. Guidlines for organizing practical work care and maintenance of equipment, safety precautions for work in science Lab.



UNIT V - Evaluation

  1. Evaluation:concept, types and purposes.

  2. Type of Test items-objective type, S.A. & Essay type.

  3. Planning objective based test items of different types.

  4. Preparation of blue print and construction of Achievement test.

  5. Evaluation of practical work in Science.

Session Work :-20 Marks

(1)One test of 10 Marks


(2)Any one of the following-10 Marks

  1. Life sketch and contribution of any one prominent Indian Scientist.

  2. Conducting and reporting two experiments useful at secondary level.

  3. Preparation of 10 frames of linear or branching type programmes on any topic of General Science.

  4. Construction and administration of a Diagnostic test on any one unit of General-Science.

S.No.

Author

Year

Title & Publisher

1.

Sood,J.K.

1987

Teaching Life Sciences, Kobli Publishers, Chandigarh

2.

Sharma, L.M.

1977

Teaching of Science & Life Science Dhanpat Rai & Sons, Delhi.

3.

Kulsherstha, S.P.

1988

Teaching of Biology, Loyal Book Depot, Meerut.

4.

Yadav, K.

1993

Teaching of life sciences, Anmol publishers, Daruagaj,Delhi

5.

Vadav, M.S.

2000

Modern methods of teaching sciences Anmol Publisher, Delhi.

6.

Singh, U.K. & Nayab, A.K.

2003

Science Education common wealth Publishers Daryaganj, New Delhi

7.

Venkataih, S.

2001

Science Education in 21st century Anmol Publishers, Delhi.

8.

Yadav, M.S. (Ed)

2000

Teaching science at High level Anmol Publishers, Delhi

9.

Edger, Marlow & Rao, D.B.

2003

Teaching science successfully, Discovery publishing House, New Delhi

10.

Mangal, S.K.

1996

Teaching of science, Alya Book depot, New Delhi

11.

Dave, R.H.

1969

Taxonomy of educational objectives & Achievement, testing London University Press London.

12.

Sood, J.K.

1989

New Direction in science Teaching Kohli Publishers Chandigarh.



METHODOLOGY OF TEACHING CHEMISTRY


Objectives -To enable student teacher to:

  1. Understand the nature, place, values and objectives of teaching chemistry at secondary/senior secondary level.

  2. Establish its correlation with other subjects.

  3. Evaluate critically the existing syllabus of Chemistry prescribed for Secondry/Senior Secondry level in the State of Rajasthan.

  4. Develop yearly plan, unit plan and lesson plan for secondary/senior secondary classes.

  5. Provide training in scientific method and develop scientific temper among their students.

  6. Use various methods and approaches of teaching chemistry.

  7. Acquire the ability to develop instructional support system.

  8. Plan and organize chemistry practical work in the Laboratory.

  9. Organise Co-curricular activities and utilize community resources for promoting science learning.

  10. Use method most appropriate to assess the progress and achievement of the pupil & thus prepare appropriate test for the purpose (both theoretical & practical)

Contents

UNIT I - Nature, Scope and Objectives

  1. Nature of science with special reference to chemistry.

  2. History of chemistry with special reference to India.

  3. Place & values of teaching chemistry at secondary/senior secondary level.

  4. Correlation of chemistry with other subjects.

  5. Objectives of teaching chemistry at secondary/senior secondary level.

UNIT II - Curriculum and planning

  1. Principles of developing chemistry curriculum at secondary/senior secondary level.

  2. Modern trends in chemistry curriculum:CBA, CHEM Study, NUFFIELD-O & A level.

  3. Critical appraisal of chemistry syllabus at secondary/senior secondary level prescribed by Board of secondary Education, Rajasthan.

  4. Planning Daily lesson plan, unit plan & yearly plan.

  5. Qualities & responsibilities of chemistry teacher.

  6. Teacher's role in training students in scientific method and in developing creativity and scientific temper among learners.

UNIT III - Methods and approaches

  1. Lecture method, Demonstration method, Lab.based methods,Inductive & deductive method, problem solving,Heuristic & Project method.

  2. Inquiry approach,programmed instruction, Group discussion, self study, Team teaching, CAL, Seminars & Workshops.



UNIT IV - Instructional Support system

  1. Multisensory aids:Charts, models, Flannel Board, Transparencies,OHP, Radio, T.V.,Computer.

  2. Co-curricular Activities:Organization of science club science fair and visits to places of scientific interest.

  3. Chemistry Lab:Layout Plans, equipments, furniture, maintences of records, repair, care and improvisation of apparatus safety measrues in Lab. Organization of practical work.

  4. Role of state & National Level Instructions & Laboratories like DST, NCL, Fertilizer, Pesticide & Chemical companies like Hindustan Zine Ltd.

  5. Characteristics of a good text book and evaluation of a Text Book.

UNIT V - Evluation in Chemistry

  1. Evaluation:Concept,Types and purposes.

  2. Type of test items and their construction.

  3. Preparation of Blue Print & Achievement Test.

  4. Diagnostic Testing & Remedial teaching.

  5. Evaluation of practical work in chemistry.

Sessional Work (20 Marks)

(1)One test of 10 Marks


(2)Any one of the following-10 Marks

  1. Life sketch & contribution of any one prominent Indian Chemist.

  2. Preparation of scrap book containing original science (Scientific cartoon) Stories/articles/features/plays/Interview report useful for teaching of chemistry.

  3. Planning an out of class activity of use local environment to teach chemistry.

  4. Conducting & reporting two experiments useful at secondary/senior secondary level (other than those in syllabus)

  5. Description & designing of any Improvised apparatus.

  6. A critical study of any one senior secondary Lab of chemistry.

  7. Preparation of 10 frames of Linear or Branching type programmes on any topic of Chemistry.

  8. Preparation of a Radio or T.V. script

S.No.

Author

Year

Title & Publisher

1.

Yadav, M.S.

1995

Teaching of chemistry, Anmol publication, New Delhi.

2.

Negi, J.S. & Negi,Rajita

2001

Teaching of chemistry

3.

Yadav, M.S.

2000

Teaching science at Higher Level, Anmol Publications, New Delhi

4.

Misra, D.C.




Chemistry Teaching Sahitya

5.

Kherwadkal, Anjali

2003

Teaching of Chemistry by Modern Method, Sarup & Sons.New Delhi

6.

Das, R.C

1985

Science Teachg in Schools, Sterling Publishers Pvt.Ltd., New Delhi

7.

Venkataih,S. 2001

2001

Science education in 21st Century, Anmol Publishers, New Delhi

8.

Rao,D.B.

2001

World Conference on Science Education, Discovery Publishing House, New Delhi

9.

Singh,U.K.&

2003

Science Education Common Wealth Publishers Daryaganj,New Delhi

METHODOLOGY OF TEACHING BIOLOGY

Objectives To enable student Teacher to

  1. Understand the nature place values and objectives of teaching Biology at Secondary Secondary level.

  2. Establish its correlation with oter subjects

  3. Evalauate critically the existing syllabus of Biology prescribed for Secondary/Senior Secondary level in the state of Rajasthan

  4. Develop yearly plan unit plan and lesson plan for Senior Second classes.

  5. Provide training in Scientific method and develop Scienctific temp among their students.

  6. Use various methods and approaches of teaching Biology

  7. Acquire the ability to develop instructional support system

  8. Plan and organize chemistry practical work at the Laboaratory

  9. Organise Co-curricular activities and utilize community resoruces promoting Science learning.

  10. Use method most appropariate to asses the progress and achievement the pupil & thus prepare appropriate test for the purpose (both theoretical & practical)

UNIT-I Nature,Scope and Objectives

  1. Nature of science with special reference to Biology.

  2. Main discoveries and development in Biology.

  3. Place & values of teaching Biology at secondary/senior secondary level.

  4. Correlation of chemistry with other subjects.

  5. Objectives of teaching chemistry at secondary/senior secondary level.

UNIT-II Curriculum and planning

  1. Principles of Biology curriculum at secondary/senior secondary level.

  2. Modern trends in Biology Curriculum : B.S.C.S., CHEM Study NUFFIELD-O & A level.

  3. Critical appraisal of chemistry syllabus at secondary/senior secondary level prescribed by Board of secondary Education,Rajasthan.

  4. Planning Daily lesson plan, unit plan & yearly plan.

  5. Qualities & responsibilities of Biology teacher Teacher's role in training students in scientific method and in developing creativity and scientific temper among students.

UNIT-III Methods and approaches

  1. Lecture method, Demonstration method, Lab.based methods,Inductive & deductive method, problem solving, Heuristic & Project method.

  2. Inquiry approach,programmed instruction, Group discussion, self study, Team teaching, computer assisted learning, seminars and workshops.

UNIT-IV Instructional Support System

  1. Multi sensory aids:Charts,models,specimen,bulletin-boards,flannel Board, Transparencies slides, projector, OHP, Computer, T.V., Radio etc.

  2. Co-curricular Activities:Organization of science club science fair trips and use of community resources.

  3. Biology Lab:Organization of Biology Laboratory, Arrangement of Apparatus, Care & Maintenance of equipment & speciman,organization of practical work in Biology.

  4. Role of state & National Level Instructions & Laboratories Research centers in Botany,Zoology & Agriculture.

  5. Characteristics of a good text book and Evaluation of a Text Book.

UNIT-V Evaluation in Biology

  1. Evaluation:Concept, Types and purposes.

  2. Type of test items and their construction.

  3. Preparation of Blue Print & Achievement Test.

  4. Evaluation of practical work in Biology.

Sessonal Work:(20 Marks)

(1) One test of-10 Marks


(2)Any two of the following-Each 5 Marks-10 Marks

  1. Life sketch & contribution of any one prominent Indian Biologist.

  2. Preparation of Harbarium (scrap book)

  3. Prepare any one of the following related to environment education.(i)poster (miniature), (ii)Article, (iii)Story, (iv)Play

  4. Description of any two teaching models.

  5. Prepare a Radio or T.V. script.

  6. Make a list of local (resources useful in teaching Biology and prepared lesson plan using some of them.

  7. A case study of any one senior secondary lab. of Biology.

  8. Preparation of 10 frames of Linear or Branching type programmes on any topic of Biology.

  9. Construction and administration of Diagnostic test on any one unit of Biology.

References :

S.No.

Author

Year

Title & Publisher

1.

Sood, J.K

1987

Teaching Life sciences, Kohli Publishers, Chandigarh

2.

Sharma, L.M>

1977

Teaching of Science & Life Sciences, Dhanpat Rai & Sons, Delhi

3.

Kulsherstha, S.P

1988

Teaching of Biology, Loyal Book Depot.

4.

Yadav, K.

1993

Teaching of life sciences, anmol publishers, Daryaganj, Delhi

5.

Yadav, M.S.

2000

Modern Method of teaching sciences,Anmol Publisher, Delhi

6.

Singh, U.K., &

2003

Science Education common wealth publishers Daryaganj, New Delhi

7.

Venkataih, S

2001

Science Education in 21st Century, Anmol Publishers, Delhi

8.

Yadav, M.S. (Ed.)

2000

Teaching science at Higher Level,Anmol publishers, Delhi

9.

Eger,Marlow & Rao,D.B.

2003

Teaching science successfully

10.

Mangal, S.K.

1996

Teaching of science,Arya Book Depot, New Delhi

11.

Dave, R.H.

1969

Taxonomy of Educational objectives & achievement testing, London University press, London

12.

Sood, J.K.

1989

New Direction in science teaching, Kohli publishers, Chandigarh


METHODOLOGY OF TEACHING PHYSICS

Objectives-To enable student teacher to:



  1. Understand the modern concept of physics.

  2. Understand aims and objectives of teaching physics.

  3. Appreciate the contribution of eminent physcists in connection with the development of physics.

  4. Plan curriculum at secondary and senior secondary level.

  5. Analyse the syllabus of the subject in relation to its applicability to practical situations.

  6. Develop scientific attitude and provide a training to scientific method to their students.

  7. Write the objectives in behavioural terms,analyse the content and be skills in concept formation.

  8. Develop unit and lesson plan.

  9. Use various methods and teaching aids with appropriateness of content,level and classroom situation.

  10. Plan and organize physics practical in the laboratory.

  11. Organize co-curricular activities related to physics.

  12. Use methods most appropriate to assess the progress and achievement of the pupils using variety of tools and techniques for physics theory and practical.

  13. Diagnose the gaps and misconception in learning physics and take remedial measures.

Contents

UNIT I- Nature,Scope and Objectives

  1. Nature of Science Physics as a fundamental science.

  2. Major milestones in the development of physics

  3. Contribution of Indian Physicists C.V. Raman M.N. Saha,K.S. Krishana,Narlekar.J.C. Bose,S.N. H.J. Bhabha ans S. Chandra Shekhar

  4. Objectives and values of Teaching Physics at Senior Secondary Level

UNIT II-Curriculum and Planning

  1. Principles of selection and organization of course content and experiences for senior secondary level physics curriculum and characteristics of good physics curriculum

  2. Correlation of physics with other school subjects and its role in daily life

  3. writing of objectives in behavioural terms, content analysis developing yearly unit and daily lesson plan and concept mapping

  4. Teachers role in planning for developing scientific attitude and creativity among students and for training them in scientific method.

UNIT III-Methods and approaches

  1. Demonstration method,laboratory method project method problem solving method and assignment method

  2. Heuristic approach Inductive deductive approach

  3. Out of class activies like science club science fairs and field trips


UNIT-IV-Instructional Support System

  1. Physics Laboratory-planning equipping and oganizing practical work

  2. State and national level institutions and laboratiories (DST,NPL,ISRO,CEERI,RAPS, and BARC)

  3. Multisensory aids: chart models over-head projector, computer and internet,imporveised apparatus.

  4. Community resources like Science Centres/museums, planetarium and solar observatory.

  5. Textbooks-Characteristics of a good textbook and evaluation of textbook

UNIT-V-Evluation

  1. Type of test items and their construction

  2. Preparation of blue print and achievement test

  3. Diagnostic testing and remedial teaching in physics

  4. Evaluation of practical work



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