Pedagogy / Teaching of Commerce Syllabus

Pedagogy / Teaching of Commerce Syllabus


PEDAGOGY OF COMMERCE B.Ed syllabus

pedagogy of commerce b.ed second year syllabus pdf


OBJECTIVES AND IMPORTANCE OF STUDYING PEDAGOGY OR TEACHING OF COMMERCE:

After completion of the course, the student teachers will be able to:

1.      gain insight on the meaning and  nature  of  Commerce  for  determining  aims,  and  strategies of teaching-learning
2.      identify and relate everyday experiences with learning commerce
3.      understand lesson planning and evaluation aspects in teaching Commerce
4.      apply  the knowledge in               analyzing higher secondary Commerce contents in terms of the techniques and aids for the purpose of teaching Commerce
5.      understand the different types of curriculum, classroom management techniques and technology in and of education to teach Commerce
6.      develop interests in knowing the recent development in teaching methodology, and technological developments in Commerce
7.      be professionally competent to design pedagogical content knowledge to be imparted in  actual teaching-learning systems
8.      develop critical attitude to different types of learning resources and to use them  for  becoming an informed and effective teacher
9.      understand various tools and techniques of assessment of pupil’s scholastic  and  nonscholastic performance
10.   become a self- critical teacher of commerce in modern day

COURSE CONTENT (SYLLABUS)

UNIT- 1

Foundation and Context of Commerce:

·        Meaning, Nature and Scope of Commerce as a school subject.
·        Aims and Objectives of teaching Commerce at School level
·        Taxonomy and behavioral Objectives in Commerce.
·        Values of Teaching Commerce: Practical. Social &Cultural
·        Correlation of Commerce with Book-keeping, Organisation of Business and Secretarial
·        Practice, Economics, Law, Sociology, Mathematics, and Geography.

UNIT-2

Important Concepts, Pedagogy& Lesson Planning:

·        Understanding the terminology        of           Commerce:         Book      Keeping,               Accountancy,     Business Management, E-commerce, M-commerce
·        Meaning, importance and Steps of Pedagogical Analysis
·        Pedagogical Analysis on the following topics:
o   CASH BOOK
o   TRADE
o   ADVERTISEMENTS
o   BALANCE SHEET
o   GST/VAT CALCULATION
·        Lesson planning in Commerce: Need & Importance, Basic Elements &its Preparation

UNIT-3

Curriculum, Teaching Learning Material and Skills of Teaching Commerce:

·        Meaning, Importance and Principles of designing a good Curriculum of Commerce,
·        Critical  Appraisal             of           the         Existing Curriculum          in            Commerce,               Suggestions        for improvement
·        Teaching Learning Material: Textbook & Reference Books, BusinessDocuments, News
·        Papers and E-resources(Blog, World Wide Web, and Social Networking)
·        Skills of teaching Commerce: Skill of Explaining. The skill of Illustration with Examples,
·        Skill of Reinforcement, Skill of Questioning and Skill of Stimulus Variation

UNIT–4

Classroom Processes and Evaluation in Commerce:

·        Classroom Processes: Personalized System of Instruction (PSI), Computer-Assisted
·        Instruction (CAI) Educational broadcasting and telecasting, e-tutoring, Problem Solving and Heuristic method.
·        Meaning, Importance and Types of Evaluation in Commerce.
·        Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation: Meaning, importance & Process.
·        New approaches to Assessment – Question bank, Open Book Examination& Grading
·        Construction of Achievement Test – Concept and Steps

Tasks & Assignments: Any one of the following:

·        Visits to banks, insurance  houses,  warehouse,  trade-centres,  companies  and  other  business houses
·        Collection of business documents, newspaper and magazines articles (cuttings), business forms
·        Collection of e-learning resources in Commerce.
·        Explore  how  cartoons,  currency, newspapers, magazines,           documentaries etc. be used in the teaching of commerce.
·        Any other project/assignment given by the institution.

SUGGESTED READINGS AND BOOKS FOR PEDAGOGY OF COMMERCE:

1.      Aggarwal, J.C. (1996) Teaching of Commerce: A Practical Approach. New Delhi: Vikas Publishing House Pvt. Ltd.
2.      Allen, O. C. and Francis, P.H. (1988). Curriculum: Foundations, Principles, and Issues. New Jersey: Prentice-Hall.
3.      Head, G. W. (1988). Commerce. London: Heinemann Professional Publishing.
4.      Joyce, & Well, (2004). Models of Teaching. U.K: Prentice-Hall of India.
5.      Khan, M. S. (1982). Commerce Education. New Delhi: Sterling Publishers Private Ltd.
6.      Kochhar, S. K. (1992). Methods and Techniques of Teaching. New Delhi:  Sterling  Publishers Private Ltd.
7.      Muthumanickam,             R.           (2004).  Educational Objectives for Effective Planning and Teaching. Chidambaram: Cyberland Publisher.
8.      Rao, S. (2000). The teaching of Commerce. New Delhi: Anmol Publications Pvt. Ltd.
9.      Singh, Y. K.            (2009).  The teaching of Commerce.         New       Delhi:     APH               Publishing CorporationLtd.

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