To write unit plans and lesson plans for effective teaching learning of Agriculture. To organize co-curricular activities related to Agriculture. To evaluate and select appropriate text books in Agriculture. To organize practical work in Agriculture. To construct appropriate assessment tools for evaluating learning of Agriculture. To join various platforms available for professional growth. Course Content: UNIT-I: Curriculum Construction (a) Principles of curriculum construction in Agriculture. (b) Critical study of the existing School Agriculture Curriculum of Secondary Classes. (c) Kitchen gardening as a part of curriculum. UNIT-II: Planning and Evaluation (a) Text Book in Agriculture – Its Need, Importance and Qualities, Reference Books and Agriculture Journals. (b Unit planning and Lesson Planning- Concept, importance, types, steps and preparation. c) Evaluation – Concept, Importance, different types of tests for theory and practical. UNIT-III: Professional Development of Teacher (a) Agriculture Teacher and his professional growth. (b) Importance of Practical work in Agriculture, Organization of Agriculture Club and Agriculture fair in the school. (c) Agriculture Farm and Laboratory. Unit-IV: Content (a) Plant Life: Root, Stem, Leaf, Flower, Seed, their Structure and Functions. (b) Weeds and Weed control. Sessional Work (Internal): Prepare and maintain a kitchen garden or a seasonal flower bed. Suggested Readings: Cook, G.S.A. Hand book of Teaching Vocational Agriculture Garric, E.W. Teaching Vocational Agriculture
79 Hamlin, H.M. Agriculture Education in Community Schools Hammends, G. Teaching of Agriculture Handbook of Agriculture. Ludhiana: PAU. ICAR Handbook of Agriculture. New Delhi: Govt. of India. Sharma, R.C. Modern Science Teaching. P-2.1 & P-2.2 PEDAGOGY OF COMMERCE Total Marks: 50 External Theory: 40 Internal Practical: 10 Objectives: To acquire a conceptual understanding of the nature of commerce To acquire the knowledge of different activities organized by commerce associations To develop an appreciation towards the role of commerce in daily life To develop an understanding of planning daily lessons and unit lessons To explore the use and relevance of different learning resources in learning different contents in commerce To reflect upon his/her own experimental knowledge in the process of becoming a commerce teacher Course Content: Unit 1: Lesson Planning a) Unit Analysis, Content Analysis and Task Analysis: Concept and uses. b) Lesson planning: concept, steps for preparation, need and importance. Construction of lesson plans- ICT based, Diary based, test based and model based. c) Unit plan- Steps, format, advantages of unit planning; Difference between Unit Plan and Lesson Plan. Unit II: Learning Resources a) Commerce Text book: Need and importance, Criterion for evaluation of text books.
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