HNB B.Ed. Semester Exam Syllabus 2018-19| Bachelor In Education Sem 1 to 4

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HNB B.Ed. Semester Exam Syllabus 2018-19| B.Ed 1 to 6 HNB Undergradtion Course Syllabus 2018-19 B.A. Whole Semester System

Introduction

Guys every one has a dream of going in a nice and reputed college after their schooling receiving high education from a reputed college is a dream and the right of every student. Once you get the admission in a college it is your duty that the course which you have opt to pursue you must know about its syllabus. As syllabus is the only thing which is very necessary for the student because it contains all the subject and the various topics which are coming in the exam. So that after studying those topics you can score a good marks. Today here we are providing you the information about the syllabus of the Bachelor In Eduction (B.Ed.) for the whole semester. Check the detailed syllabus in the link given below

HNB B.Ed. Semester Exam Syllabus 2018-19

The course for the B.A. is a two year graduation course which is further divided in the 4 semester and the candidates need to clear all the semester in order to clear the course without any year back and any difficulty. The B.Ed course is done by the student those who wants to become a teacher and to get the admission in this course student need to hve teh 50 % marks in their graduation and the post gradation. Their is also relaxation in the marks for the candidates of the reserved category all those candidates need to have nearly 45% of marks. Students need to maintain there attendance upto 75% marks in the internship days student need to keep up the 10% of present days. There are two modes Hindi and English to get the education. Check the syllabus below:

Syllabus For The 1st Semester
Course 1 (Childhood and Growing Up)

Unit 1 (Educational Philosophy)

  • Meaning, Nature and Scope of Educational Psychology
  • Methods and Functions of Educational Psychology
  • Importance of Educational Psychology

Unit 2 Childhood and Child development

  • Meaning, Concept and characteristics, Principles of Growth and Development – Physical,
    Social, Emotional and Language Development of Child.
  • Influence of socio-political realities on childhoods –Family, School, Neighbour and
    Community.
  • Piaget‘s theory of Cognitive Development, Bruner‘s theory of Cognitive Development,
    Educational Implication of these theories.

Unit 3 Adolescent Development

  • Meaning, Concept and Characteristics, and Physical, Social, Emotional and Moral
    Development.
  • Freud‘s Psycho-sexual development and Erickson‘s Psycho-social development theory
  • Guidance and Counselling of Adolescence.

Unit 4 Intelligence

  • Nature and characteristics of Intelligence,
  • Theories of Intelligence: Spearman‘s Two factor Theory, Thorndike‘s Multi Factor
    Theory, Thurstone‘s Primary Mental Abilities (PMA)
  • Measuring Intelligence: Verbal, Non-Verbal and Performance Tests (One representative
    of Group Test and Individual of each)

Unit 5 Personality and Mental Health

  • Meaning, Definition, Nature, development of personality &Type and Trait Theories of
    Personality
  • Measurement of Personality
  • Factors affecting Mental Health & Hygiene, Awareness to Health Disaster and their
    prevention, and Role of Teacher

Course 2: Contemporary India and Education

Unit 1 Education and Importance

  • Meaning, concept and nature and Agencies of Education: Formal, Informal and Non-
    Formal Education
  • Functions of Education with reference to- individual, social and national levels
  • National Integration- Need, Role, Educational Institution

Unit 2 Constitutional Provision and Education

  • The Preamble, Fundamental Rights and Duties of Citizens and the Directive Principles of
    State Policies.
  • Constitutional Promise of- freedom, justice, equality and fraternity.
  • Aims of Education in relation to – Inequality and Discrimination.

Unit 3 Contemporary Issue

  • Contemporary Issues- Liberalisation, Globalisation, Privatisation and Universal
    Elementary Education
  • Recommendations of education commissions- Macaulay Minutes & Bentinck‘s Resolution
    1835, Wood Dispatch 1854, Indian Education-1882, Sadler Commission 1917,Wardha
    Scheme 1932, various other Commission.
  • Global Warming, Environmental Education and Population Education.

Unit 4 Issue Of Marginalisation and Education

  • Brief history of education of marginalized groups of society (Women, Dalits and Tribals)
    in India.
  • Recommendations of Education Commissions and committees on the education of
    marginalized groups of society
  • The role of teachers in the context of: Special, Integrated and inclusive education.

Unit 5 Policies To Indian Education

  • Right to Education, Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan, Rastriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan,
    RUSA (Rastriya Uttchatar Shiksha Abhiyan),
  • National Knowledge commission,
  • National Policy on Education 1986 and Revised Policy (1992)
Course 4: Language across the Curriculum

Unit 1 Language

  • Language; its nature and importance in human life, language and society
  • Language policies related to- School education and Secondary Education
  • Recommendations of various commissions on language- Kothari Commission (1964-
    66), National Policy on Education 1986 & Knowledge Commission

Unit 2 Classroom and language

  • First and second language, creating sensitivity to the language diversity in the
    classrooms, multilingualism in Language
  • Role of mother tong: its nature and Importance & Three Language Formula
  • Language Room and Language Library

Unit 3 Classroom as a Language Laboratory

  • Reading : Objectives, characteristics, Methods, types, Significance.
  • Reading strategies for children – note-making, making reading-writing connections.
  • Writing: Objectives, characteristics, Significance, Methods.

Unit 4 Language Development

  • Vocabulary- Significance & Methods, Spellings- Objectives, Significance & Methods
  • Speech- basic components – aims, Pronunciation- aims, causes and methods
  • Psychological basis of Language- Theories of Language development and its
    implications in teaching

Unit 5 Teacher and Language

  • Questioning in the Classroom– types of questions and teacher control
  • Importance of language lab in schools
  • Qualities of a good language teacher
COURSE 5: UNDERSTANDING DISCIPLINES AND SUBJECTS

Unit 1 

  • Notion and Approaches of knowledge
  • Objective, contextual, diverse, dialogical and subjective knowledge
  • Concept of disciplinary knowledge and subjects

Unit 2

  • Nature and role of disciplinary knowledge
  • Interdisciplinary nature of subjects
  • Importance of disciplinary knowledge to school students

Unit 3

  • Emergence of discipline and subjects in social, political and intellectual contexts
  • Selection of subject content
  • Criteria of selection of good text books, magazines and journals.

Unit 4

  • Intuitive or Tacit knowledge
  • Knowledge construction
  • Theoretical and practical knowledge

Unit 5

  • Need and importance of curriculum
  • Curriculum and syllabus, NCF-2005 & NCFTE-2009
  • Curriculum construction

Syllabus For Semester 2

Course 3: Learning and Teaching

Unit 1

  • Learning : meaning, concept and nature
  • Factors influencing learning, Domains / components of Learning
  • Motivation and learning Theories; Thorndike, Pavlov, Skinner & Kohalar and
  • Significance of learning theories in classroom situation.

Unit 2

  • Teaching; Meaning, Principles, components of Effective Teaching, maxims and
    phases and Teaching phases
  • Taxonomy of Educational Objectives in Cognitive Domain, Writing Objectives in
    Behavioural Terms
  • Art of Questioning : types and importance of questions, good and defective
    questions base of receiving answers

Unit 3

  • Educational technology
  • Hardware technology: important accessories and their application-OHP, Projectors,
    TV, Computers, New technology like: e-mail, internet and other teaching AIDS
  • Innovations in teaching- Micro Teaching, Simulated Social Skill teaching (SSST),
    Team Teaching, Programmed Instruction & CAL

Unit 4

  • Identification of teaching Skills, principles of teaching and classroom instruction
    strategies.
  • Lesson Planning- Need and Importance, Format of Lesson Planning, Approaches
    of Lesson Plans
  • Methods, strategies and tactic of teaching, Role of a teacher in effective teaching

Unit 5

  • Management in Education: role and qualities of a Principal
  • Importance of Physical resources- building, playground, sanitation & ventilation, equipments, laboratories, museum, hostels and library in a school
  • School timetable- its importance, types and principles of construction, School
    Discipline- Meaning, scope, problems and solution
  • Managing Curriculum- Meaning, Principles of construction, development of
    Curriculum at elementary and secondary level.
Course 7: Pedagogy of a School Subject

Pedagogy of English

Unit 1

  • Language –its nature, and importance in human life, language and society and English
    language
  • The nature and importance of English as a Language in School Subject, Co- relation of
    English with other school subjects
  • The aims and Objectives of English Teaching at different stages of school

Unit 2

  • Different Creative forms of English Language: Understanding different forms of literature, Principles of Curriculum construction at of English Teaching at different stages of school.
  • Pedagogical approaches for the teaching of English (Prose, Poetry, Drama & Grammar) at different stages of school.
  • Relationship between curriculum, syllabus and textbook; Selection of materials;
    Importance of text books and teaching aids in the class room teaching.

Unit 3

  • Descriptive linguistics- language as a discipline, structure of a language, objectives of
    English morphology, syntax and uses, kinds of sentences.
  • Methods and approaches of English Teaching- Translation cum Grammar method, Direct
  • Method, West‘s New Method, Substitution Method, Bilingual Method, Structural
    approach and Situational approach.
  • Teaching of speaking, pronunciation, reading, writing vocabulary, spelling, prose, poetry,
    drama, Grammar, translation and composition at various school levels and Preparation of
    Lesson plan.

Unit 4

  • Developing tasks and materials for study skills in English literary forms, Audio-visual
    aids in teaching English
  • The relative importance of Indian, classical, popular, and children’s literature in
    English.
  • Role of mother tongue in teaching English

Unit 5

  • Measurement and evaluation in English teaching.
  • Action Research in teaching English, its meaning, development and utility
  • Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation in Teaching English
Pedagogy of Mathematics

Unit 1

  • The aims and Objectives of Mathematics Teaching at different stages of school. The nature and importance of Mathematics as a school subject.
  • Pedagogical approaches for the teaching of Mathematics at different stages of school,
  • Various techniques for teaching of Mathematics viz- Oral, written, drill, assignment & self study.
  • Mathematics teacher-functions and qualities and. Reflective & Innovative practices in
    professional development of Mathematics teachers.

Unit 2

  • Meaning, purpose and importance of lesson plan in Mathematics Teaching, Various
    approaches of lesson planning in Mathematics Teaching
  • Preparation of Lesson plan on various topics of Mathematics
  • Needs and types of teaching Aids, how to use teaching aids in Mathematics Teaching,
    characteristics of good teaching aids.

Unit 3

  • Text books in Mathematics- Importance and qualities of a good text book in Mathematics, need importance of Mathematics library
  • Principles of Curriculum construction; types of mathematical problems, their place in curriculum, cause difficulty in problem solving, suggestions to handle problems, and Co-
    relation of Mathematics with other school subjects.
  • Teaching Mathematics to gifted and backward children, remedial teaching in Mathematics-

Unit 5

  • Teaching of Arithmetic-Objectives, role of drill and constrictive play in primary Arithmetic
    and developing speed and accuracy in Mathematics
  • Teaching Algebra- Objectives and importance of Algebra,
  • Teaching Geometry – Objectives of Geometry teaching, Role of hypothesis, axioms, postulates and assumptions, stages of Geometry teaching-experimental, analytical or deductive, systematising stages, kinds of proof in Geometry

Unit 5

  • Measurement and evaluation in Mathematics – purpose of evaluation in Mathematics
    Teaching, type of test items; their merits and demerits, quality of a good mathematics test
  • Brief procedure of preparation of mathematics achievement test.
  • Importance of Continuous and comprehensive evaluation in mathematics teaching
Syllabus For Semester 3
Course Drama and Art in Education
  • Learn role of Drama in Education
  • Perform drama for social change.
  • Express self for creativity and use of art in teaching-learning.
  • Celebrate Cultural festivals for aesthetic sensibilities.

Activity

  • Drama draws Physical, emotional, intellectual and other faculties together in a movement (Life itself), as a form of self-expression for enhancing creativity.
  • Celebrate Cultural festivals-regional, national, & international and their importance
  • Street Theatre, make Reality through fantasy, Development of aesthetic sensibilities
    through Drama & Art among the students
Syllabus for Semester 4
Course 6: Gender, School and Society

Unit 1

  • Gender Issues: concepts and terms of gender in relation to sex, sexuality, patriarchy,
    masculinity and feminism
    gender bias, gender stero-tying & empowerment
  • Gendered roles in society – family, caste, religion, culture, the media and popular culture
    (films, advertisements, songs etc.), law and the state.

Unit 2

  • Relationships and ideas in textbooks and curricula.
  • Gender and sexuality: Sexual harassment and abuse.
  • Safety at school, home and beyond.

Unit 3

  • Sexuality & Sexual Harassment- sexuality & sexual harassment in family, neighbourhood
    and other formal and informal institution
  • Institutional redressing sexual harassment and abuse
  • Role of media (Print & Electronic) in propagating popular beliefs, reinforcing gender roles
    in the popular culture and at school.

Unit 4

  • Curriculum & Gender-Curriculum framework since independence in relation to gender
  • Gender issues in school, curriculum and textual materials
  • Impact of policies, programmes and scheme for promotion of gender equality and
    empowerment

Unit 5

  • Role of education, schools, peers, teachers, curriculum and textbooks, in gender
    equalities.
  • Gender identities and socialisation practices in- family, schools formal & informal
    organisation
  • Schooling of girls: inequalities and resistances (issues of access, retention and exclusion)
Course 8 Knowledge and Curriculum

Unit 1

  • Distinctions between- Knowledge and Skill, Teaching and Training, Knowledge‘ and Information, Reason and Belief.
  • Education in relation to modern values like – Equity and Equality,& Individual
    opportunity
  • Education and Human Resource Development

Unit 2

  • Social basis of education – Society, culture and Modernity. Rituals of school, its
    celebrations, and its notions of rules, discipline, or the time-table as the reproduction of
    norms in society.
  • Education as an agent of social change
  • Social Justice and Dignity with special reference to Ambedkar.

Unit 3

  • Significance of studying philosophy in understanding educational practices and problems
  • Measure philosophical system- Naturalism, Idealism and Pragmatism and their salient
    features and impact on education
  • M.K. Gandhi: concept of basic Education, Swami Vivekanand: Man making Education &
    Shri Aurobindo: Integral Education

Unit 4

  • Dimensions of the curriculum and their relationship with the aims of education.
    Curriculum as process and practice.
  • Relationship between the curriculum framework and syllabus, transaction of syllabus into
    textbooks.
  • Indian ideology and its impact on school curriculum. Review of children‘s literature.

Unit 5

  • Concepts of Nationalism, Universalism and Secularism.
  • Nationalism, Universalism and Secularism in Indian Philosophy.
  • Their interrelationship with education with special reference to Tagore and Krishnamurti.

So now you have the detailed syllabus about the B.Ed. exam and the syllabus is very vast and hard we are soon going to update more and more syllabus and later we will be providing you the pdf form also so stay connected and if you have any queries or view about the article then please comment in the comment box.

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