Pedagogy of Biological Science Syllabus

Pedagogy of Biological Science Syllabus


pedagogy of biological science bed syllabus


After completion of the course, student teachers will be able to:
·        develop awareness about developments in the area of biological sciences
·        orient prospective teachers in specific educational aspects of science e.g. aims and
·        objective of biological science, pedagogical analysis of contents in biological sciences,
·        methods of teaching, evaluation
·        enable prospective teachers to be effective teachers in order to perform the required role
·        as a biological teacher under Indian School conditions



·        Nature, History, scope and Interdisciplinary linkage of Biological Sciences
·        General Aims and Objectives of Biological Sciences
·        Facts and principles of  Biology  & its applications  consistent  with  the  stages  of  cognitive  development  of  learners,  Origin  of  life  and  evolution,  biodiversity, observation and experiments in Biological Science.
·        Bloom’s taxonomy of educational objectives
·        Formulation of the specific objective of Biological Science in behavioral terms


Pedagogical Analysis
·        Meaning, importance and Steps of Pedagogical Analysis
·        Pedagogical Analysis on the following topics:
·        Photosynthesis,
·        Human digestive system,
·        Food Chain,
·        Ecological Balance
·        Respiratory System
·        Excretory
·        Circulatory
·        Hereditary and Environment


·        Development of Instructional Material: Unit planning, Lesson planning, Preparation of Teaching aids, Development of Demonstration Experiments.
·        Development of Self-Instruction materials, Linear Programme
·        Teaching Strategies: Problem Solving, Investigatory approach, collaborative learning, experimental learning
·        Micro Teaching Skills: Skill of Introducing the Lesson, Skill of Questioning, Skill of Illustration, Skill of Explaining, Skill of Stimulus Variation

·        Concept of measurement and evaluation
·        Types of evaluation: Formative, Summative, Diagnostic
·        Preparation of an objective type and achievement test, Attributes of a good Achievement Test
·        Different types of Grading
·        Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation

Task & Assignments: Any one of the following

·        Model of Food Chain
·        Model of Respiratory System
·        Model of Excretory System
·        Any other project/assignment given by the institution


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