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PEDAGOGY OF ENGLISH B.ED SYLLABUS


PEDAGOGY OF ENGLISH SYLLABUS FOR B.ED YEAR 1 

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OBJECTIVES AND IMPORTANCE OF STUDYING PEDAGOGY OR TEACHING OF ENGLISH:

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

1.      understand the functions and importance of English language
2.      understand the linguistic principles;
3.      conduct pedagogical analysis and develop teaching skills
4.      understand the different theories to language learning and teaching
5.      critically explain various teaching methods
6.      develop and use teaching aids in the classroom both print and audio-visual material, and ICT (internet and computer technology)
7.      understand about the teaching of prose, poetry, composition, and grammar
8.      acquire language skills: listening speaking reading and writing
9.      understand need and functions of language lab
10.   understand the process of language assessment and
11.   develop creativity among learners 

COURSE CONTENT (SYLLABUS)

UNIT-1 
An Overview of Language Teaching

·        Meaning, Importance and Functions of language.
·        Linguistic characteristics of English.
·        Linguistic Principles, and Aims and Objectives of Teaching English
·        Philosophical, Social and Psychological Bases of Approaches to Language Acquisition and Language Learning; Inductive and Deductive Approach; Whole Language Approach; Constructive Approach; Multilingual Approach to Language Teaching.

UNIT-2 
Learner-Centered Approaches and Methods of Teaching

·        Difference between ‘Approach’ and ‘Method’
·        Direct The method, Bi-lingual method, Audio-Lingual Method, Structural Approach,
·        Communicative Approach, Constructive Approach and Co-operative Learning
·        Teaching of Prose, Poetry, Composition, and Grammar – Objectives and Methodology
·        Micro and Mega Lessons

Teaching Learning Materials and Aids

·        Print media; other reading materials such as learner chose texts,  magazines,  newspapers, class libraries, etc., ICT – audio-visual aids including CALL  programs; Radio, T.V., Films, Planning co-curricular activities (discussion debates,  workshops,  seminar, etc.); language labs, etc. 
UNIT-3

Developing Listening and Speaking Skills

·        Features of English Pronunciation, Elementary knowledge of English sounds.
·        Stress, Rhythm, Intonation, Patterns and their Implications.
·        Materials and resources for developing the Listening and Speaking Skills: Storytelling, dialogues, Situational Conversations, Role Playing, Simulations, Speech, Games and Contexts, Language Laboratories, Pictures,  Authentic  Materials  and  Multimedia  Resources.
·        Developing Reading and Writing Skills

Developing Reading and Writing Skills

·        Teaching Mechanism of Reading: Reading aloud and Silent Reading; Extensive  and Intensive Reading; Study  Skills,  Including using Thesauruses, Dictionary, Encyclopedia  Etc.
·        Writing : Stages of Writing; Process of Writing; Formal And Informal Writing, such as Poetry, Short Story, Letter, Diary, Notices, Articles, Reports, Dialogue, Speech, Advertisement, etc., Reference Skills, Study Skills, Higher-Order Skills.

UNIT-4

Remedial and Enrichment Content

·        Meaning and Significance of remedial teaching
·        Common errors in English and their removal through remedial teaching

Remedial Teaching Strategies

·        Individualized Educational Programme
·        Peer Support Programme
·        Reward Scheme
·        Handling Pupil’s language acquisition problems
·        Feedback to students, parents, and teachers

Evaluation Procedure

·        Progress and Assessment of development of Language; Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation; Techniques of Evaluation    oral,  written,  portfolio;  cloze  test,  self- evaluation, peer evaluation, group evaluation.
·        Typology of Questions; activities, and  tasks  (Open-ended  questions,  MCQ’s, true and false etc.) Reflecting – Problem Solving, Creative and Critical Thinking and Enhancing Imagination.

Tasks & Assignments: Any one of the following

·        Do  a  comparative  study  of  positive  features  and  weaknesses of different         approaches to language learning.
·        Prepare an outline for a school magazine.
·        Develop the material for the school magazine based on your experiences during the school experience practice (Hand written).
·        Prepare a book-review of any one English Text Book (from the syllabus of 8 th to 10 th class).
·        Prepare activities for listening, speaking, reading and writing.
·        Any other task/assignment given by the institution.

LIST OF SUGGESTED READINGS AND BEST BOOKS FOR PEDAGOGY OF ENGLISH:

·        Agnihotri, R.K. and Khanna A.L. (1994).  Socio-Cultural  and  Linguistic  Aspects  of  English in India. SAGE Publications New Delhi/Thousand Oaks/London, Publication.
·        Bhatia, K.K. and Kaur, N. (2011).  Teaching  and  Learning  English  as  a  Foreign Language. Ludhiana: Kalyani Publishers.
·        Bindra, R. (2005). Teaching English. Jammu: Radha Krishan Anand and Co.
·        Chaudhary N. (2012). Methodology of Teaching English, Pearson, Kindersley India Pvt. Ltd.
·        Dey, K.S. (2013). Teaching of English, Dorling Kindersley (India) Pvt. Ltd.
·        Dodson, C.J. (1972). Language Teaching & the Bilingual Method, Pitman Publishing.
·        Grellet,  F.            (1981).  Developing          reading skills:     A             practical              guide     to               reading comprehension exercises. Cambridge University Press.
·        Gupta, P. K. (2002). Teaching of English. Surya Publication Near Govt.  Inter  College Meerut
·        Hayes, B.L. (ed.) (1991). Effective Strategies for Teaching Reading, London: Allyn &  Bacon.
·        John, B., Yogin, C., and Chawla, R. (2007). Playing for real:  Using  drama  in  the  classroom. Macmillan.
·        Khanna A.L. and Sehgal, A. (2012). Essential  Readings  for  Teachers  of  English.  Published by Orient Blackrwan Pvt.Ltd.
·        Kohli, A.L. (1999). Techniques of Teaching English. New Delhi: Dhanpat Rai  and  Company.
·        Mehta, P. (2010). Dobaba House, Booksellers and Publishers, New Delhi.
·        Mitchell R. and Floreence Myles, Second Language Learning Theories. Arnold London, co- published in USA by New York.
·        Tickoo, M. (2011). Teaching and Learning English. Published by Orient Backswan Pvt. Ltd.
·        Mohammad, A.(2003). A practical course for B.Ed. Students, Foundation Books Anasri Road, Darayaganj.
·        NCERT (2005). National curriculum framework. NCERT.
·        Sachdev, R.N. (1965). Teaching Language as a Second Language. Tata Mec Graw Hill Publishing Co. Ltd., New Delhi.
·        Sachdeva, M.S. (2003).  Teaching  of  English in India.  Tandon  Publications  Book  Market, Ludhiana.
·        Sachdeva,            M.S.       (2007).  Teaching of English. Patiala: Twenty  First               Century Publications.
·        Sharma, A. (2010). Teaching Of English. Vijya Publications, Ludhiana
·        Sharma, P. (2011). Teaching of English: Skill and Methods. Delhi: Shipra Publication.
·        Thwaite, A., and Rivalland, J. (2009). How can analysis of classroom talk help teachers reflect on their practices? Australian Journal of Language and Literacy, 32(1), 38.
·        Venkateswaran, (1995). Principals  of  Teaching  English.  Vikas  Publishing  House  Pvt. Ltd. New Delhi.
·        Wallace, M. J. (1998). Study  Skills  in  English.  Published  by  Cambridge  University  Press.

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