PEDAGOGY / TEACHING OF ECONOMICS SYLLABUS

PEDAGOGY / TEACHING OF ECONOMICS SYLLABUS


PEDAGOGY OF ECONOMICS B.ED SYLLABUS 

bed first year syllabus and curriculum

OBJECTIVES AND IMPORTANCE OF STUDYING PEDAGOGY OF ECONOMICS IN B.ED:

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

·        develop an understanding of meaning, scope, aims  and  objectives  of  teaching  of Economics
·        get knowledge of different methods of teaching
·        get knowledge of different devices, techniques, and tools of evaluation
·        develop the skill of preparing a lesson plan in subject
·        develop an interest in the teaching of Economics
·        acquire knowledge of present economic conditions in India
·        acquire  desirable attitudes and to become an effective instrument of economic change and economic development
·        become an effective citizen and good consumer
·        acquire appropriate professional behavior and to develop a commitment  to  leading  profession
·        train the students to use problem- solving approach in problems related to economy and economics
·        demonstrate application of I.C.T. in Teaching of Economics

COURSE CONTENT (SYLLABUS)

UNIT-1

Concept, Scope, Aims, and Objectives of Teaching of Economics

·        Meaning, Nature and Scope of Economics as a school subject
·        Aims, objectives and values of Teaching Economics
·        Importance and role of Economics in Education
·        Values of Teaching Economics: Practical. Social & Cultural
·        Bloom’s Taxonomy of objectives
·        Statement of objectives in Behavioural Terms.

UNIT II

Pedagogical Analysis & Lesson Planning

·        Meaning, importance and Steps of Pedagogical Analysis
·        Pedagogical Analysis on the following topics:
o   Wants and their classification
o   Laws of return
o   Population- its Growth Pattern, Problems of overpopulation, Density of population
o   National Income- Meaning, Methods of Measurement.
·        Lesson planning: Need & Importance, Basic Elements & its Preparation

Learning Resources

·        Importance and Organization of Economics Club
·        Excursion and Economics Exhibitions
·        Organization of seminars, symposiums, and discussions

UNIT III

·        Development of Instructional Material
·        Development and Designing of Curriculum of Economics
·        Economics Text-Book: Importance and criteria of selection
·        Economics Teacher: Professional Competencies and Responsibilities
·        Development/ Utilization of Instructional Aids- Charts, Maps Graphs Tables, Models Film Strips, T. V. Computer, Internet.
·        Application of I.C.T. in Teaching of Economics.
·        Methods of Teaching: Lecture Method, Discussion Method, Survey Method, Project Method & Inductive-Deductive Method
·        Skills of Teaching: Skill of Introducing the lesson, Skill of Explaining, Skill of Probing Questions, Skill of Illustration with Example & Skill of Stimulus Variation 

UNIT-IV
 Evaluation

·        Meaning, Importance and Types of Evaluation in Economics
·        Types of tests: Essay type, short answer type, and objective type.
·        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

·        Market Survey and Report about Consumer Behaviour
·        Preparation of a Report on Programs run by Government relating to the alleviation of
·        poverty and/ or spread of education
·        Preparation of test items of an achievement test of economics.
·        Preparation of at least two teaching aids for the teaching of Economics
·        Any other project/assignment given by the institution

LIST OF SUGGESTED READINGS AND BEST BOOKS FOR PEDAGOGY OR TEACHING OF ECONOMICS IN B.ED:

·        Arora, P. N. (1985). Evaluation in Economics. New Delhi: NCERT.
·        Kanwar, B. S. (1973). Teaching of Economics. Ludhiana: Prakash Brothers.
·        Lee, N. (Ed.). (1975). Teaching of Economics. London: Heinemann Education Books.
·        Sharma and Sexana (2002). Teaching of Economics. Surya Publication Meerut.
·        Siddiqui, M.H. (1993). Teaching of Economics. New Delhi, Ashish Publishing House.
·        Sidhu, H.S. (2000): Teaching of Economics. Ludhiana: Tondon Publications.
·        Singh, Y. K. (2008). Teaching of Economics. New Delhi: APH Publishing Corporation.
·        Tyagi, G. (2007). Teaching of Economics. Vinod Publishing House.
·        Varshna, R. K. (1996). Teaching of Economics. Sahitya Publications.

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