TQT EXAM REGISTRATION DATE - FROM 20th MAY 2020 TO 20th JUNE 2020.     TQT ONLINE COURSE BATCH REGISTRATION DATE - 10th JUNE 2020 TO 20th JUNE 2020.       TQT ONLINE CLASSES START SHORTLY.       PLEASE NOTE THAT MANY INSTITUTES ARE CLAIMING THAT THEY ARE PROVIDING TQT CLASSES, BEAWARE OF THESE FAKE STATEMENTS. EXPODIAN TRUST WILL RELEASE A LIST OF AUTHORISED/CERTIFIED TQT COACHING CENTERS SHORTLY.
 
Online Classes for Secondary School Program


TQT (Teachers Qualified Test) is first and only certified national level examination in private sector for teaching job along with 100% placement. As described above, the TQT exam will be conducted in November 2020 and online registration for the exam will be started in May 2020. Aspiring TQT candidates can register themselves for online TQT classes for the exam preparation. The highlights of the program as follows:-

Total Course Duration – 2 Months

Total Course Fee - Rs. 5000

Course Contents: (Child Development & Pedagogy) - Marks - 40

a). Child development - Marks - 15

  1. Meaning of child development & its relationship with learning
  2. The domain of child development
  3. Effect of Heredity & Environment
  4. Skinners operant conditioning theory of learning and Piaget, Kohlberg and Vygotsky theory
  5. Language and thought
  6. Multi-Dimensional Intelligence
  7. Gender roles in social construct
  8. Individual differences among learners, understanding differences based on diversity of language, caste, gender, community, religion etc.
  9. Meaning and Purpose of teaching
  10. Communication
  11. Teaching Principles
  12. Teaching techniques
  13. New Approaches to teaching
  14. Micro teaching and teaching skill

b).b)Concept of Inclusive education-Direction and Consultation - Marks - 5

  1. Meaning of inclusive education, identity, type
  2. Addressing the needs of children with learning difficulties, impairment etc.
  3. Guidance and consulting for inclusive children – Meaning Purpose, types, methods requirements and area
  4. New education Policy – NCF 2005, RTE 2009

c). Learning and Pedagogy - Marks - 20

  1. How children learn and think
  2. How and why child fail to achieve success in school performance
  3. The basic process of teaching learning
  4. Learning strategies for the child
  5. Learning as a social activity
  6. Social references to learning
  7. Child as a problem solver and a scientific investigator
  8. Alternative concepts of learning in children understanding children’s errors as significant steps in the learning process.
  9. Cognition and emotion
  10. Motivation and learning
  11. Factors contributing to learning personal & environmental

Language 1 - English : Marks - 40

a). Language Comprehension - Marks - 20

  1. Unseen Passage: - Two Passages one prose or drama and one poem with question on comprehension inference

b). Pedagogy of Language Development - Marks - 20

  1. Basic knowledge of English/Hindi sounds and their Phonetic transcription
  2. Principles of language teaching
  3. Role of listening and speaking
  4. Role of Grammar in learning a language
  5. Language skills
  6. Remedial teaching
  7. Challenges of language in a diverse classroom
  8. Teaching – Learning Materials
  9. Evaluating language comprehension and Proficiency: Speaking, Listening, Reading and Writing

Language 2 - Hindi : Marks - 40

a). Language Comprehension - Marks - 20

  1. Unseen Passage:- Two passages one prose or drama and one poem with question on comprehension inference
b). Pedagogy of Language Development - Marks - 20

  1. Basic knowledge of English/Hindi sounds and their Phonetic transcription
  2. Principles of language teaching
  3. Role of Listening and Speaking
  4. Role of Grammar in learning a language
  5. Language skills
  6. Remedial teaching
  7. Challenges of language in a diverse classroom
  8. Teaching – Learning Materials
  9. Evaluating language comprehension and Proficiency: Speaking, Listening, Reading and Writing

Mathematics & Science : Marks - 40

i). Mathematics - Marks - 15

a) contents

  1. Natural numbers, whole numbers, Rational numbers
  2. Negative numbers and integers
  3. Fractions
  4. Integers roots, cube root
  5. Integers, BODMAS, LCM & HCF
  6. Algebra
  7. Introduction to Algebra
  8. Ratio and Proportion
  9. Geometry
  10. Basic geometrical ideas
  11. Understanding elementary shapes
  12. Construction (using straight edge scale, Protractor, compasses)
  13. Mensuration
  14. Statistics
  15. Data handling, Pictograph, mean, median, mode, frequency
  16. Probability

b). Pedagogy - Marks - 5

  1. Nature, Concept & working strategies of mathematics
  2. Place of mathematics in the curriculum
  3. Language of Mathematics
  4. Community of mathematics
  5. Evaluation
  6. Remedial of Mathematics Teaching
  7. The Problem of mathematics teaching
ii). Science - Marks - 15

a) contents

  1. Science in daily life, important discovery, importance of science & technology
  2. Materials of daily use
  3. The world of the living
  4. Structure and function of animals
  5. Food, Health, Sanitation and disease, crop production, nitrogen cycle
  6. Electric current and circuits, Magnetism
  7. Natural Phenomena
  8. Natural resources
  9. Alternative sources of energy
  10. Moving things People and ideas
  11. Minerals and Metals

b). Pedagogy - Marks - 5

  1. Nature & Structure of sciences
  2. Natural science / Aims & Objective
  3. Observation / Experiment / Discovery
  4. Approaches
  5. Text Materialn
  6. Evaluation – Cognitive / Psychomotor / Affective
  7. Problems in Science teaching
  8. Remedial Teaching

Social Studies / Social Sciences : Marks - 40

a). Social Studies (History) - Marks - 30

  1. When, where and how
  2. The early States of India
  3. India before the 6th Century
  4. The first cities
  5. New ideas
  6. Islam’s arrival in India
  7. Establishment, expansion and dissolution of the Delhi empire
  8. Mughal empire, culture, decline
  9. The first empire
  10. Independence movement
  11. The revolt of 1857-58
  12. Women and reform
  13. Challenges of Independent India
  14. Architecture
  15. Political Developments
  16. Rural life and society
  17. The Nationalist Movement

b). Geography

  1. Earth in the Solar System
  2. Globe Determination of places on earth
  3. Earth’s movements
  4. Air
  5. Water
  6. Agriculture
  7. Natural & Human Environment
  8. India in the world
  9. Maps

c). Social & Political life

  1. Diversity
  2. Government
  3. Local government
  4. State government
  5. The Constitution
  6. The Judiciary/li>
  7. Media
  8. Democracy
  9. Parliamentary government
  10. Social Justice
d). Pedagogical issues - Marks - 10

  1. The concept and method of the study of social studies
  2. Classroom processes, activities and disclosure
  3. Developing critical thinking
  4. Enquiry / Empirical Evidence
  5. Social Science / Problems related to social science teaching
  6. Sources – Primary & Secondary/li>
  7. Projects work
  8. Evaluation

Total sessions for each subject-52 sessions for each subject with duration of 40 minutes each