CTET Syllabus 2020: Paper 1

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Candidates appearing in the CTET 2020 exam must go through the CTET syllabus 2020, so they can prepare well and score better in the CTET 2020 Exam (December Session).

There are no changes made in the CTET syllabus 2020 so far. The syllabus of CTET exam majorly remains unchanged every year. The detailed CTET syllabus 2020 is also available on CTET’s official website www.ctet.nic.in in the Information Bulletin December 2020.

https://reisnaarlonden.nl/826-dte94452-canadian-sex-dating-sites.html CTET syllabus 2020 Paper 1: It consists of Child Development & Pedagogy, Language I, Language II, Mathematics and Environmental Studies.

Candidates who want to teach Class I to V need to take Paper I exam and those who want to teach Class V to VIII need to take Paper II exam.

The capabilities of candidates to teach primary and upper primary level students are thoroughly checked in both Paper I and Paper II respectively.

As per the CTET exam pattern, the test will be conducted online and both Paper I and II will have objective type questions (MCQs).

CTET syllabus 2020 for both the papers are quite similar except the difficulty level of the papers and specific sections for Maths/Science and Social Science.

i thought about this Syllabus of CTET 2020 - Paper I (for classes 1 to V) Primary Stage

Child Development & Pedagogy: 30 questions

a) Child Development & Pedagogy (15 questions)

Concept of Development and its Relationship with Learning

Principles of the Development of Children

Influence of Heredity & Environment

Socialization Processes: Social World & Children (Teacher, Parents, Peers)

Piaget, Kohlberg, and Vygotsky: Constructs and Critical Perspectives

Concepts of Child-Centered and Progressive Education

Critical Perspective of the Construct of Intelligence

Multi-Dimensional Intelligence

Language & Thought

Gender as a Social Construct: Gender Roles, Gender-Bias, and Educational  Practice

Individual Differences Among Learners, Understanding Differences Based on  Diversity of Language, Caste, Gender, Community, Religion

Distinction between Assessment for Learning and Assessment of Learning: School-Based Assessment, Continuous & Comprehensive Evaluation: Perspective and Practice

Formulating Appropriate Questions for Assessing Readiness Levels of Learners; for Enhancing Learning and Critical Thinking in the Classroom and for Assessing Learner Achievement 

 

b) Concept of Inclusive Education and Understanding Children with Special Needs: (5 Questions)

 Addressing Learners from Diverse Backgrounds Including Disadvantaged and   Deprived

 Addressing the Needs of Children with Learning Difficulties, Impairment, etc.

 Addressing the Talented, Creative, Specially Abled Learners

 

c) Learning and Pedagogy: (10 Questions)

 How Children Think and Learn; How and Why Children ‘Fail’ to Achieve Success in School Performance

 Basic Processes of Teaching and Learning; Children’s Strategies of Learning; Learning as a Social Activity; Social Context of Learning

 Child as a Problem Solver and a ‘Scientific Investigator’

 Alternative Conceptions of Learning in Children, Understanding Children’s Errors’ as Significant Steps in the Learning Process

 Cognition & Emotions

 Motivation and Learning

 Factors Contributing to Learning-Personal & Environmental

Language I: 30 questions

a) Language Comprehension: (15 questions)

 Reading Unseen Passages – Two passages one prose or drama and one poem consisting of questions on comprehension, inference, grammar and verbal ability (Prose passage may be literary, scientific, narrative or discursive)

 

b) Pedagogy of Language Development: (15 questions)

Learning and Acquisition

 Principles of Language Teaching

 Role of Listening and Speaking; Function of Language and How Children Use it as a Tool

 Critical Perspective on the Role of Grammar in Learning a Language for Communicating Ideas Verbally and in Written Form

 Challenges of Teaching Language in a Diverse Classroom; Language Difficulties, Errors and Disorders.

 Language Skills

 Evaluating Language Comprehension and Proficiency; Speaking, Listening, Reading and Writing

 Teaching-Learning Materials: Textbook, Multi-Media Materials, Multilingual Resource of the Classroom

 Remedial Teaching

 

Language II: 30 questions

a) Comprehension: (15 questions)

Two Unseen Prose Passage (Discursive or Literary or Narrative or Scientific) with Questions on Comprehension, Grammar, and Verbal Ability

 

b) Pedagogy of Language Development: (15 questions)

 Learning and Acquisition

 Principles of Language Teaching

 Role of Listening and Speaking; Function of Language and How Children use it as a Tool.

 Critical Perspective on the Role of Grammar in Learning a Language for Communicating Ideas Verbally and in Written Form

 Challenges of Teaching Language in a Diverse Classroom; Language Difficulties, Errors and Disorders

 Language Skills

 Evaluating Language Comprehension and Proficiency: Speaking, Listening, Reading and Writing

 Teaching-Learning Materials: Textbook, Multi-Media, Materials, Multilingual Resource of the Classroom

 Remedial Teaching

 

Mathematics: 30 questions

 a) Content: (15 questions)

 Geometry

 Shapes & Spatial Understanding

 Solids Around Us

 Numbers

 Addition and Subtraction

 Multiplication

 Division

 Measurement

 Weight

 Time

 Volume

 Data Handling

 Patterns

 Money

 

b) Pedagogical Issues: (15 questions)

Nature of Mathematics/Logical Thinking; Understanding Children’s Thinking and Reasoning Patterns and Strategies of Making Meaning and Learning

 Place of Mathematics in the Curriculum

 Language of Mathematics

 Community Mathematics

 Evaluation through Formal and Informal Methods

 Problems of Teaching

 Error Analysis and Related Aspects of Learning and Teaching

 Diagnostic and Remedial Teaching

 

Environmental Studies: 30 questions

 a) Content: (15 questions)

 Family and Friends: Relationships, Work and Play, Animals, Plants

 Food

 Shelter

 Water

 Travel

 Things We Make and Do

 

 b) Pedagogical Issues: (15 questions)

 Concept and Scope of EVS

 Significance of EVS, Integrated EVS

 Environmental Studies & Environmental Education

 Learning Principles

 Scope & Relation to Science & Social Science

 Approaches to Presenting Concepts

 Activities

 Experimentation/Practical Work

 Discussion

 CCE

 Teaching Material/Aids

 Problems

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