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(Marks: 10) Part - II PERSPECTIVES IN EDUCATION (Marks: 10) 1. History of Education : Pre-Vedic and Post-Vedic period, Medieval Education, Recommendations of various committees during British period with special reference to Woods Despatch (1854), Hunter Commission (1882), Hartog Committee (1929), Sargent Committee (1944), Recommendations of various committees during post independent period with special reference to Mudaliar Commission (1952-53), Kothari Commission(1964-66), Ishwarbhai Patel committee (1977), NPE-1986, POA-1992 2. Teacher Empowerment : Meaning, interventions for empowerment, Professional code of conduct for teachers, Teacher motivation, Professional development of Teachers and Teacher organizations, National / State Level Organizations for Teacher Education, Maintenance of Records and Registers in Schools. 3. Educational Concerns in Contemporary India: Environmental Education, Meaning and scope of Environmental Education, Concept of sustainable development, Role of Teacher, School and NGOs in development and protection of environment, Democracy and Education, Equality, Equity, Quality in Education, Equality of Educational opportunities, Economics of Education, Meaning and scope, Education as Human Capital, Education and Human Resource Development, Literacy – Saakshar Bharat Mission, Population Education, Significance of Population Education, Population situation, policies and programmes in India, Approaches to Population Education and role of school and teacher, Themes of population Education, Family life Education, Sustainable development, Adolescence Education, Health Education, Gender – Equality, Equity and Empowerment of Women, Urbanization and migration, Life skills, Inclusive Education, Conceptual Clarification and Definition, Prevalence, Myths & Facts, Characteristics, Classification & Types, Importance of Early Identification and assessment, Planning Inclusive Education, Classroom Management in Inclusive Education, Evaluation, Documentation and Record Maintenance, PsychoSocial management, Awareness & Sensitization Strategies, Liberalization, Privatization and Globalization, Value Education, Sarva Siksha Abhiyan, National Programme for Education of Girls at Elementary Level (NPEGEL), Mid-day-meals, Rashtriya Madhyamika Siksha Abhiyan(RMSA), KGBVs and SUCCESS Schools. 4. Acts / Rights: Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009, Right to Information Act, 2005, Child Rights, Human Rights 5. National Curriculum Framework, 2005: Perspective, Learning and Knowledge, Curricular Areas, School Stages and Assessment, School and Classroom Environment, Systemic Reforms Part - III CONTENT (Marks: 44) GEOGRAPHY 1. The Solar System and the Earth: Origin and Evolution of the Solar System – Galaxy – The Earth as member of the Solar System, Origin of the Earth, SA – Social Studies Page 1
The Medieval World: Main Features of Medieval Europe. Volcanoes. Early Iron Age Societies: Impact of Iron Age and the Growth of Civilization. Political Developments – Feudalism. Tides. Hydrosphere: Oceans. Irrigation. Earthquakes. 11. Erosion and deposition. Sea Ports and Towns. Climate. Australia and Antarctica – with reference to Location and Extent. Volcanoes : Types and Distribution of Volcanoes in the World. The Early African Civilizations and the Early American Civilizations 4. Climate. Roman Civilization. the Temperature of Ocean Waters. Temperature – Factors Controlling Temperature. Landslides 9. Cyclones. The Ancient Chinese Civilization. Classification of Plains. Major Natural Regions of the World: The Equatorial Region. Early Iron Civilization in India. Mass wasting. Agriculture. Ocean Currents. North America. Waves. Natural Vegetation and Wild life. The Temperate Grasslands Region (Steppes). Aryan Civilization – Early Vedic and Later Vedic Civilization 6. Major Landforms: Mountains. 4. Factors influencing the distribution of World Population. Classification and distribution of Mountains in the World. Plateaus and Plains. Distribution of Temperature and Inversion of Temperature. : Location and Extent. Earthquakes: Causes and Effects of Earthquakes. Population problems in developing and developed countries 12. Soils. Ancient Indian Civilization: Indus Valley Civilization (Harappan Culture). 2. Seasonal. Study of the Past: Pre-historic Age. World Population: Population Growth and Density. Ocean Resources and Deposits 8. Geomorphic process: Rock – Weathering.Rotation and Revolution of the Earth and its effects. The Monsoon Lands. Insolation – Factors influencing Insolation. The Tropical Hot Deserts Region. Distribution of Earthquakes 7. The Earth: Interior of the Earth – Structure. Minerals and Industries. Power. Europe. Political and Religious Developments of 6th century B. South America. India in Medieval Ages. Judaism and Christianity. Population distribution patterns. The Holy Roman Empire. Historic Age 2. Winds – Planetary. Transportation and Trade. Humidity and Precipitation – Rain : Types and Distribution of Rainfall. Bronze Age Civilization 3. International Trade. Major Rock types and their characteristics (Igneous Rocks. Places of Interest HISTORY 1. Weather Reports 5. Africa. Salinity and Distribution of Salinity.Relief and Drainage. Temperature. Tsunamis. Factors affecting Temperature and Distribution. 6. Local. The Rise of Islam and the spread of Islam. Natural Vegetation. Sedimentary Rocks and Metamorphic Rocks) 3. Pressure and Density of the Earth’s interior.C. Persian Civilization. Continents: Asia. Tornadoes. Pressure – Global Pressure Belts. Formation and types of Soils and its distribution in the World.P. Origin and distribution of Plateaus in the World. The Savannas or the Tropical Grasslands Region. Proto-historic Age. Physical features. The Taiga Region and The Tundra Region 10. Minerals and Industries. Greek Civilization. SA – Social Studies Page 2 . The Mediterranean Region. Geography of India and A. Latitudes and Longitudes – Standard Time and International Date Line. Population. Asia in the Medieval times – China and Japan 5. Natural Hazards: Floods. Transport and Communication. Climatology (Weather and Climate): Atmosphere – Composition and Structure. Population. Physical features . Droughts.
Delhi Sultanate: The Slaves. Socialist Movements – Rise of Working class. The Bahmani Kingdom 13. 200 A. Art and Architecture. Impact of English Education. Downfall of Delhi Sultanate. Andhra Satavahanas. The Vijayanagara Empire. Rise of Nation States. Aurangajeb.7. Anglo-French Rivalry – Carnatic Wars. The Socio-Religious Movements of the 19th Century . Sufi Movement and Bhakthi Movement and Influence of Islam on Indian Culture 12.D. Mughal Empire : Conditions of India on the eve of Babur’s Invasion. India between 1858 – 1947: Political. Capitalism and Industrial Revolution 21. The Revolutionary Movements: The Glorious Revolution. History of the Sikhs 14. Sangam age. Integration of Princely States.D: The Gupta Empire. Different stages of Freedom Movement. Imperialism: Factors in the rise of Imperialism.C. Cultural Heritage of India and Intellectual Awakening: Growth and Development of Early Cultures and Racial synthesis. Impact of Revolt of 1857 A. The American war of Independence. to 800 A. Magadha. 16.D. Babur. Turkish Invasions. Economic and Social Policies in India. French Revolution of 1830 and the 1848 Revolt. Humayun. Satya Sodhak Samaj (a) Movements among Muslims for Social Reforms 15. Development of National Consciousness. The Sayyids and the Lodis. French. British Policy towards Indian Princess. The Governor Generals and the Viceroys. Liberation of French and Portuguese Colonial possessions in India 19. India during the First World war. Advent of Europeans: Portuguese. the Pallavas. Arya Samaj. Nationalist Movements: Rise and fall of Napoleon. Shahjahan. The Reformation Movement. The Pushyabhuti Dynasty (Harshavardhana) 9. the Rashtrakutas. Rama Krishna Mission. Cultural Unity and Bhakthi Movement. Theosophical Society. The South Indian Kingdoms: The Kakatiyas. Vandemataram Movement (Swadeshi Movement 1905-11). Scramble for Africa and Asia SA – Social Studies Page 3 . British Policies towards neighbouring countries 17. The Tughlaqs. Rise of New Classes in Indian Society 18. The first war of Indian Independence. The Age of Moderates and the Age of Extremists. Changes in Economic and Social sectors during the British period: Agriculture. Aligarh Movement. Deccan and South Indian Kingdoms: The Chalukyas.D: The Mauryas. Mahatma Gandhi and Indian National Movement. The Modern World: Beginning of Modern Age. Dutch. Ghaznavids Raids and its results. Development of Education and Philosophy. Conquest of India by British and Impact of British Rule. Struggle against Absolute Monarchies 20. The Khiljis. Characteristic features of Indian History. Impact of Alien Cultures in India. Home Rule Movement. Forms and Methods of Imperialism. The Muslim Invasions in India: The Condition of India on the Eve of Arab Invasions. India B. The Birth of Indian National Congress. Akbar. Rise of Nationalism – Freedom Movement: Causes for the Rise of Nationalism. Establishment of British Empire in India. Unification of Germany and Italy. The rise of Marathas. Renaissance. Kushans 8. Effects of Muslim Invasions 11. to 300 A. The reasons for the downfall of Mughal Empire. Shershah. the Cholas. Mountbatten Plan. Jahangir. the Yadavas and the Kakatiyas 10. India from 300 A. English.Brahma Samaj. The Persian and Greek Invasions. Quit India Movement. Development in Science.D. Paris Commune of 1871 23. Famines in India between 1858 – 1947. The French Revolution of 1789 22.
India and Common Wealth. Socialism and Constitutional Provisions 8. Legislation and • Judiciary and interpretation of Laws – Independent Judiciary. India as a Nation. Marriage. Non-Alignment Movement. U. Classification of Constitution. Nation and State – Nation. Religion. State: Essential elements of State. Good Governance – Right to Information Act. Regionalism. District Administration. Definition. The Russian Revolution of 1905 and 1917 25. Types of Democracy. Anti Social Practices. Role of UNO in preserving World Peace. Characteristics of Socialism. Role of independent Nations of Asia and Africa in the World Affairs. Indian Democracy: Meaning. 6. • Legislative – Indian Parliament. Judiciary system in the Country and State. Lok Adalats. Presidential and Parliamentary Democracy. 7. Turkey after World War I. Information Technology Act. and U. Secularism: Need and Importance. Constituent Assembly.A. Our Government: Local Self Government – Rural and Urban. Education. Courts as watch dogs of Citizens Rights. Child Rights. Salient features of Indian Constitution. Law. Emergence of Latin America 26. National Integration. State with reference to • Executive – Executive Council in the Union Government and State Government. Nationalism 4. Family/Social Institutions: Family. Fundamental Duties. kinds of Rights and Duties. Spanish Civil war. Human Rights Commission. Promotion of Secularism in India 9. Press. Socialism: Meaning.S. Unity in Diversity. 2. Social barriers in India. Failure of League of Nations. Nature. Socialism in practice – Challenges facing in our Country – Illiteracy. Drafting Committee. Rights and Duties – Meaning. People’s participation in Governance Indian Constitution: Historical background.S. Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles. The Nationalist Movements in Asia and Africa. e-Governance. Elections and Election process.R. Political parties. Non-Alignment Movement (NAM) Policy. India – Religious tolerance. Civic life. at Centre. Central Vigilance Commission. Communalism. after World War I.24. Lok Ayukta. Media. India’s SA – Social Studies Page 4 . Problems of Disarmament and Nuclear Weapons.S. Pressure groups. State Legislative Assembly. Citizenship Administration – Citizen Charter. Foreign Policy. Sources of Indian Constitution. Social evil in our Society. Major Political parties. Future of Democracy. Decentralization of powers. World war II. Community Development. Role of Public Services Govt. Militarism in Japan. Prominent Personalities of the World Civics : 1. Role of Political parties in Democracy. Public opinion – Agencies of Public opinion. Contemporary World: The First World war. Culture and Society 3. Nationality. The World upto World War II: Rise of Fascism and Nazism. 5. World Peace and Role of India: India in the International Era. The World after World War II: Formation of Military Blocks. Economic and Political. Preamble. Community and Groups: Types of Community and Groups. Evolution of Society. League of Nations. India as a Federation and Unitary State. Society and individual.
O. National Income: Definitions of National Income – Concepts – Gross National Product – Net National Product – National Income at factor cost – Personal income – Disposable income – Per capita income – Gross Domestic Product – Net Domestic Product – Nominal and Real Gross National Product. value. Economics – Meaning. and marginal cost – opportunity cost. Law of Supply. Balanced and Deficit. Importance. wage. supply of Money. Budget: Meaning. Classification of Revenue & Expenditure in Budget. Definition. Supply schedule. average and marginal revenue. Classification of Economics (micro and macro) – Concepts of Economics – different types of goods. utility. Cost Curves – Fixed and variable costs. average cost. India and neighbours. regressive. b) Supply: Theory of Production. Determinants of Supply. Scope. wealth. Supply function. Contemporary World problems. IV. Distribution. Traffic Education / Road Safety Education Economics : I. Environmental Protection. a) Theory of Demand: Meaning. Central and Stage Budgets. VIII. India’s Role in UN. Capitalistic. price. interest and profit. Types of Economics. Perfect Competition – features. Money: Definition. wants and welfare Basic Elements of Economics – Types of Utility. System of Taxation – Progressive. Duopoly. Law of Equi-Marginal Utility – Consumers Equilibrium. and contemporary World problems: UNO – Organs and specialized Agencies. total cost. Revenue – total. money costs and real costs. Components of National income – Consumption – Investment – Government expenditure – Exports minus Imports (Y=C+I+G+X-M). Human Development Index. achievements. SA – Social Studies Page 5 . III. Consumption.Types of Imperfect competition – Monopoly. Importance of the Law. Public Expenditure VII. Types of Budget – Surplus. U. Types of Taxes.N. India and SAARC. Supply Curve. New International Economic Order. Factors of Production – Land. Production function. income. Economic agents. Classification of Money. II. National Income and Distribution – Standard of living. Demand function. Effects of Taxes. c) Theory of Value . Proportionate. Elasticity of Demand. Price determination . the Law of Demand. Demand Schedule – Individual and Market Demand Schedule. The Law of diminishing Marginal Utility – Limitations and Importance. India’s leading role in the World 10. Functions of Money. Labour. Definitions. Revenue and Expenditure: Types of Revenue.relations with super powers. Oligopoly. Taxation – Direct and Indirect Taxes. Production. Determinants of Demand. factors of Production. Consumption: Cardinal and Ordinal Utility. Economic inequalities and Poverty Line VI. Capital and Organization – Forms of Business Organization. Types of Deficits. functions. Scarcity. Theory of Distribution: Distribution of Income – determination of factor prices – rent.Classification of Markets. Socialistic and Mixed economy V. Cannons of Taxation. Demand Curve. Human Rights 11.
Land reforms in India and Andhra Pradesh. functions. Main features of Social Studies. Economic development in A. Achievements and failures of Five Year Plans XIII. Natural Resources of Andhra Pradesh. Classification of Industries. Causes of Low Productivity. Regional Disparities. Scope of Social Studies – Types of Subject material and learning experiences included in the study of Social Studies. Writing objectives in behavioural terms SA – Social Studies Page 6 . Instructional Objectives of teaching Social Studies. b) Population – World Population. & India XII. Measures to control Inflation – Monitory and Physical Policies. Regional and Rural Banks). Nature and Scope: Defining Social Studies. Unemployment. Human Development Index d) Agriculture sector in India: Importance. Economic Development – Concept. Industrial Policy Resolution – 1948. Co-operative Rural Banks. Taxonomy of Educational and instructional objectives. Industrial Growth. Inflation: Meaning – Definition. 1956 and 1991 New Economic Policy f) Tertiary Sector (Service Sector) . Andhra Pradesh Economy: Characteristics of Andhra Pradesh Economy at the time of formation. Economic Growth & Development: Economic Growth. Central Bank – origin. Factors influencing Economic Development. General and specific objectives of Indian Five Year Plans. industrial and tertiary – Irrigation – Power and Electricity – Health – Education – Transportation – Housing – Information Technology. Aims and Objectives of Teaching Social Studies: Values of teaching Social Studies. Types of Inflation – Effects of Inflation. Economic development of Andhra Pradesh. Indian Economy since Independence – Organized and Unorganized Sectors. Welfare Programme in Andhra Pradesh. e) Industrial Sector: Role of Industrial Sector in Indian Economy. Aims of teaching Social Studies at Secondary Level. Social Studies and Social Sciences differentiated. XI. Inflation. Agricultural Finance. Values. Problems of Economic Development in Andhra Pradesh Part – IV Teaching Methodology (Marks: 16) 1. Indicators. Planning Commission. Social Studies – Meaning. Measures to increase Agriculture Productivity in India.P. c) Human Resource Development: Meaning of Human Resource Development – Role of Education and Health in Economic Development. Banking: Commercial Banks – functions.importance g) Problems of Indian Economy: Poverty. Characteristics of Indian agriculture. Co-operative Banks. NABARD. Population in India and Andhra Pradesh – Birth and Death rate – Occupational distribution of Population in India and Andhra Pradesh. Reserve Bank of India. Five Year Plans in India – A brief review. Agriculture Marketing. Relationship of instructional objectives with general aims and objectives of Social Studies. Need and importance of Social Studies 2. h) Planning: Meaning and Definition.IX. Agricultural sector. Green Revolution. a) Indian Economy: Characteristics of Indian Economy before Independence. Role of Banks in Agriculture Development (Commercial Banks. Regional Rural Banks X. Income Inequalities – Lorenge Curve. State Gross Domestic Product – Per Capita Income.
hand books.Story telling. Team teaching. Evaluation as a continuous and comprehensive process.3. lecture. Social Studies laboratory. inductive. Instructional Strategies in Social Studies: Techniques. work books. deductive. observation. source. Preparation for Scholastic Achievement test SA – Social Studies Page 7 . Supervised study 5. Lesson Planning 6. 4. clubs and museum. Principles of Curriculum Construction in Social Studies. Evaluation in Social Studies: Concept and purpose. problem. Planning for Instruction: Developing teaching skills through Micro-teaching. assignment – socialized recitation. library. Social Studies Teacher: Qualities of a good Social Studies teacher. project. devices and maxims. Instructional Material and Resources: Text books. Types of Evaluation. Utilizing community resources 7. Audio visual. discussion. Organization of subject matter – different approaches correlated. integrated. concentric. Year Planning. topical. Social Studies Curriculum: Social Studies as a Core subject. Roles and responsibilities 8. Unit Planning. supplementary material syllabus. Different techniques of Evaluation. curriculum guides. Different methods of teaching Social Studies . unit and chronological .