January 21, 2013

Syllabus For Assam TET Exam 2013 For Secondary Education

Syllabus & Pattern of Assam TET Exam 2013:Are you searching for Syllabus of Assam TET Exam 2013? Detailed information about exam pattern and syllabus for Assam Teachers Eligibility Test (TET) Exam 2013 is given below. This will help those candidates who are planning to prepare for Assam TET Exam 2013.

The examination shall be for 200 marks of 200 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs), each one of them carrying equal marks. There will be 2 tests in written exam, which includes the following,

Part Subject No.of Questions (MCQs) Marks
1 General Studies & Current Affairs 100 100
2 Pedagogy & General English 100 100

Assam TET Exam 2013 General Studies and Current Affairs Syllabus

Part 1:General Studies and Current Affairs (100 marks)

I. General Studies (80 marks)

Unit 1: History and Culture of India with Special Emphasis on Assam History
Unit 2: Indian Political System and Constitution of India
Unit 3: General Science and Technology
Unit4: Geography of India with Special emphasis on Assam
Unit 5: Economy of India with Special emphasis on Assam
Unit6: Mental Ability and Reasoning
Unit7: Environment
Unit8: Secondary Education in India and Management of Schools

II. Current Affairs (20 Marks)

Matters of State, National and International importance, Political and Economic developments, Culture, Art, Literature, Games, Sports, Scientific and Technological advancements, etc.

Assam TET Exam 2013 Pedagogy and General English Syllabus

Part 2: Pedagogy and General English (100 marks)

I. Pedagogy (75 marks)

Unit 1: Teaching–Learning Process and Pedagogy

 General Principles of Teaching, Maxims of Teaching
 Significant trends in Modern Teaching Learning Process
 Process of Learning-Major Laws of Learning, Role of Motivation in Learning
 Teaching Methods and Techniques
 Teaching Skills
 Teaching Devices
 Taxonomy of Educational Objectives: Cognitive, Affective & Psychomotor
 Lesson Plan: Essentials of a good Unit
 Teaching Aids

Unit 2: Educational Psychology

 Educational Psychology- Its Meaning and Nature: Application of Educational
Psychology in the classroom.
 Attention and Interest – Its Educational Implication
 Personality- Its Concept- role of family and school in personality development
 Education of Children with Special Needs Mental Health and Hygiene, Adjustment and Mechanism
 Intelligence- concept and nature: Individual differences in intelligence,

Unit 3: Psychology of Adolescence

 Significance of Adolescence Period
 Dimensions of Development during Adolescence- physical, intellectual,
social, emotional and moral.
 Emotional problems in the classroom.
 Understanding the adolescent learner- role of family and school
 Juvenile Delinquency
 Guidance and Counseling
 Understanding Developmental Hazards during adolescence.

II. General English (Maximum 25 marks)

Unit 1: Remedial Grammar

 Determiners
 Tense Forms
 Auxiliaries- primary and modals
 Direct and indirect narration
 Active and passive voice
 Appropriate prepositions
 Vocabulary-antonyms, Synonyms
 Pairs of Words

Unit 2: Composition

 Letter Writing- Personal and Formal
 Report Writing
 Phrases and idioms
 Punctuation
 Sentence structure – word order
 Paragraph writing
 Precis writing
 Miscellaneous Corrections

All the best to all the candidates who are preparing for Assam Teachers Eligibility Test (TET) Examination for Secondary Education.