Modalities of Transaction & Assessment

Part-A

Inputs: The B.Ed Programme has various inputs designed with the due proportion prescribed by the NCTE. The details are provided in the following three tables.

Theoretical Courses, Practice lesson Field Engagement, Co-Practice lesson in puts and their proportions to the total:

 

 

I-SEM

 

II-SEM

 

III-SEM

 

IV-SEM

 

Total

THEORATICAL

16 Credits/400

(16.6%)

16 Credits/400

(16.6%)

12 Credits/300

(12.5%)

8 Credits/200

(8.3 %)

1300

(54%)

PRACTICAL

8 Credits/200

(8.3 %)

8 Credits/200

(8.3 %)

12 Credits/300

(12.5%)

16 Credits/400

(16.6%)

1100

(46%)

TOTAL

24Credits/600 (25%)

24Credits/600 (25%)

24Credits/600 (25%)

24Credits/600 (25%)

96

Credits/2 400

(100%)

(Percentages are, out of the total marks for the programme)

PRACTICAL INPUTS ACROSS FOUR TERMS (CO-LESSON PRACTICES)

 

SEMESTER

COMPONENTS

DETAILS

CREDIT/MARKS

I

ICT Basics

Lab work as detailed

2Cr/50Marks

 

 

in practical course

 

 

 

work

 

 

Psycho-Social Test

Competency

 

 

 

development to

2Cr/50Marks

 

 

administered and

 

 

 

interpret result, as

 

 

 

detailed in MOTA

 

II

ICT Application

Semi field based try

2Cr/50Marks

 

 

out field. Activities

 

 

 

listed in MOTA

 

 

Unit test/Personalities

Yoga practice courses

 

 

and Yoga

detailed and

 

 

 

personality exercise as

2Cr/50Marks

 

 

in course details.

 

III

Research Project

Developing Research

2Cr/50Marks

 

 

Project and

 

 

 

implementing with the

 

 

 

help of course details

 

 

 

listed

 

 

Fine Arts and Theatre

Detail of activities

2Cr/50Marks

 

Reading and

listed in course work

 

 

reflection

 

 

 

Teacher placement

Detail of activities as

 

 

and CET orientation

in course work

 

 

 

Expository lectures,

2Cr/50Marks

 

 

Teacher‘s CET

 

 

 

classes, interaction

 

 

 

with school agencies

 

IV

School co-practices

 

 

Test lessons

Detailed activities are listed in course work

 

Examination Activity

10Cr/250Marks

 

 

2+2 Cr/100 Marks

PRACTICE LESSONS ACROSS FOUR TERMS

SEMESTER

COMPONENT

DETAILS OF INPUTS

I

1)Microteaching

Skill with full repeat

 

(Six Skills)

cycle and with video-

 

1)Skill of Introduction

feedback

 

2)Skill of probing questions

 

 

3)Skill of explanation

 

 

4)Skill of illustrations with examples

 

 

5)Skill of stimulus variation

 

 

6)Skill of reinforcement

 

 

 

Two lesson per pedagogy

 

2)Simulation (Non Microteaching)

subject

 

Integration and overall skill with

 

 

teaching-learning process for 15 min.

 

 

each

One per pedagogy subject

 

3)Simulation Lesson

 

 

(College base)

 

II

  1. Simulation with ICT

(at least 2+2 lessons with ICT mediation)

 

  1. School Lessons

Five per pedagogy subject, total 10 lessons

 

 

Four lessons per pedagogic subject

III

  1. Unit plan Based Lessons

 

 

 

  1. lesson under Block Teaching

At least three lesson+1 unit test period per pedagogic subject

 

Three weeks eight lessons per pedagogic subject and one criticism lesson with

each subject

IV

  1. Immersion Lessons

 

 

  1. TLM and ICT Based Lessons 10)Test Lessons

Fifty days

(Details are given in the immersion programme in the syllabus)

Part-B

Modalities of transaction

There shall be mainly six broad categories of modalities of transaction and assessment to be in operation for the conduct of programme. The specificity of course and its corresponding modality is mentioned in the table. Further details of each modality are mentions there after.

The details of each modality of transaction and assessment are as below:

 

Modality

Courses of programme

Nature of transaction

1

Type 1

Theory courses of semester I, II

,III ,and IV

Class room presentations, discussions, seminars, Assignments and tutorials

CAI approach.

2

Type 2

Simulation Practices :

  1. Micro teaching
  2. Macro teaching
  3. College Base Teaching
  4. Use of software and open source

Small Group activities in the college premises. Recording and reporting

3

Type 3

Language across subjects Understanding Self, personality and Yoga

Research project Reading and reflection

Theoretical presentations, Discussions, Demonstrations, practice under supervision, fields work and report writing

4

Type 4

Lab Work :

ICT-1 and ICT-2

Psycho–social tools and techniques

Procedural details of practical competency, competency

development exercises, skill assessment and recording

5

Type 5

Field work/engagements Type 1

Type 2

Orientation to the assignment,providing necessary instructons,

undertaking work in school and field, reporting

6

Type 6

School Internship/Immersion –I

Practicing various roles of teacher at school premises,

recoding and reporting