Arunachal Pradesh TET Exam Syllabus 2020 | Arunachal Pradesh TET Exam Pattern

Sruthi | May 11, 2020

Overview

DescriptionDetails
Name of the RecruitmentArunachal Pradesh Secondary Education Department 
No. of PostsVarious
Selection ProcessWritten Exam and Interview
Job TypeArunachal Pradesh Government Jobs 2020
Name of the PostsPrimary and Upper Primary Teacher Posts
Category Admit Card
Official Websitehttps://aptet2019.arpedu.in/ or http://arpedu.in/
Similar JobsSarkari Naukri 

Arunachal Teachers Eligibility Test 2020 Syllabus

Aspirants who completed the Department of Education Govt. of Arunachal Pradesh Teachers Recruitment 2019 application process can check the Arunachal Pradesh TET 2020 Syllabus here. The Arunachal Pradesh TET Exam Syllabus 2020 is useful for the intenders during their exam preparation. You are suggested to begin written exam preparation as early as possible with the help of syllabus and exam pattern.

 The updated Arunachal Pradesh TET Exam 2020 Syllabus provides the names of the subjects which will be needed while preparing for the exam. Applied contenders can also get selection procedure, test pattern details on this page. Go through the Paper 1 and Paper 2 Syllabus of Arunachal Pradesh Teachers Eligibility Test 2019 to prepare well for the written test.

Selection Procedure

The Department of Education Govt. of Arunachal Pradesh Teachers Recruitment 2020 Selection Process details are mentioned here. The selection rounds are as follows:

  • Written Examination and
  • Interview

Arunachal Pradesh TET Notification 2020

The Department of Education Govt. of Arunachal Pradesh issued an Arunachal Pradesh TET Recruitment 2019 Notification to fill the various number of vacancies for primary and upper primary teacher posts. Candidates who want to settle with government teacher jobs in Arunachal Pradesh state have applied for the Arunachal Pradesh Teachers recruitment 2019 before the due date. 

 AP TET Exam Pattern 2020

Arunachal Pradesh TET Exam Pattern 2020 details are discussed here. Job applicants can get the names of the subjects, type of questions, examination period, the total no. of questions, full marks details. You can also know the marking scheme, weightage of questions, and exam paper structure.

Paper 1 (Primary Stage) Exam Pattern 2020

  • The questions in the exam paper are from Child Development and Pedagogy, Language 1 (English), Language 2 (Hindi), Mathematics and Environmental Studies Subjects
  • Each question carries 1 mark
  • The type of questions in the exam paper is objective type (MCQs) questions
  • The total time duration is 150 minutes
  • Each subject contains 30 questions
  • Each subject is for 30 marks
  • The total no. of marks are 150 marks
  • The total no. of questions are 150 questions

Paper 2 (Upper Primary Stage) Exam Pattern 2020

  • The questions in the exam paper are from Child Development and Pedagogy, Language 1 (English), Language 2 (Hindi), Mathematics & Science and Social Studies/ Social Sciences Subjects
  • Each question carries 1 mark
  • The type of questions in the exam paper is objective type (MCQs) questions
  • The total time duration is 150 minutes
  • There are 2 optional subjects: Mathematics & Science and Social Studies/ Social Sciences
  • Mandatory subjects: Child Development and Pedagogy, Language 1 (English) and Language 2 (Hindi)
  • The total no. of marks are 150 marks
  • The total no. of questions are 150 questions
  • Each mandatory subject contains 30 questions
  • Each compulsory subject is for 30 marks
  • The optional subject contains 60 questions
  • The optional subject is for 60 marks

Exam Syllabus 2020

Paper 1 for classes 1 to 5 (Primary Stage) Syllabus

  • Child Development and Pedagogy: (30 Questions)
    • Concept of development
    • Development relationship with learning
    • Influence of Heredity and Environment
    • Principles of the development of children
    • Kohlberg, Piaget and Vygotsky: Constructs and critical perspectives
    • Socialisation processes: Social world and children (Parents, Teachers, Peers)
    • Concepts of child-centred and progressive education
    • Multi-Dimensional Intelligence
    • Language and Thought
    • Critical perspective of the construct of Intelligence
    • Gender as a social construct; gender bias, gender roles and educational practice
    • The contrast between assessment for learning and assessment of learning; continuous and comprehensive evaluation, school-based assessment: practice and perspective
    • Formulating proper questions for assessing readiness levels of learners; for improving learning and critical thinking in the classroom and for assessing learner achievement
    • Individual differences among learners
    • Understanding differences based on gender, caste, diversity of language, community, religion, etc.
  • Concepts of comprehensive education and Understanding Children with Special Needs: (05 Questions)
    • Addressing the Creative, Talented, Specially abled Learners
    • Addressing the needs of children with impairment, learning difficulties, etc.
  • Learning and Pedagogy: (10 Questions)
    • How children think and learn
    • Basic processes of teaching and learning; social context of learning; children’s strategies of learning; learning as a social activity
    • How and why children fail to achieve success in school performance
    • Cognition and Emotions
    • Child as a problem solver and a scientific investigator
    • Motivation and learning
    • Factors contributing to learning and personal and environmental
    • Alternative conceptions of learning in children
    • Understanding children’s errors as vital steps in the learning process
  • Language – I (English): (30 Questions)
  • Language Comprehension: (15 Questions)
    • Reading unseen passages – 2 passages one prose or drama and one poem with questions on inference, comprehension, grammar, and verbal ability (prose passage may be scientific, narrative, literary or discursive) 
  • Pedagogy of Language Development: (15 Questions)
    • Learning and acquisition 
    • A critical view on the role of grammar in learning a language for communicating ideas verbally and in written form
    • Role of speaking and listening; function of language and how children use it as a tool
    • Principles of Language Teaching
    • Language Skills
    • Remedial Teaching
    • Teaching and learning materials: multimedia materials, Textbook, multilingual resource of the classroom
    • Evaluating language comprehension and proficiency: listening, speaking, reading and writing
    • Summons of teaching language in a diverse classroom; errors and disorders, language difficulties

Language – II (HINDI): (30 Questions)

  • Comprehension: (15 Questions)
    • Two unseen prose passages (literary or discursive or narrative or scientific) with questions on grammar, comprehension and verbal ability
  • Pedagogy of Language Development: (15 Questions)
    • Learning and acquisition
    • Role of speaking and listening; function of language and how children utilize it as a tool
    • Principles of language Teaching
    • Challenges of teaching language in a different classroom; errors and disorders, language difficulties
    • A critical view on the role of grammar in learning a language for communicating ideas verbally and in written form
    • Evaluating language comprehension and proficiency: reading, speaking, listening, and writing
    • Remedial Teaching
    • Language Skills
    • Teaching and learning materials: multimedia materials, Textbook, multilingual resource of the classroom

Mathematics: (30 Questions) 

    • Geometry
    • Shapes and Spatial Understanding
    • Solids around Us
    • Numbers
    • Addition and Subtraction
    • Multiplication
    • Division
    • Measurement
    • Weight
    • Time
    • Volume
    • Data Handling
    • Patterns
    • Money

Pedagogical issues: (15 Questions)

    • Nature of Logical thinking/ Mathematics; understanding children’s thinking and reasoning patterns and strategies of making meaning and learning
    • Evaluation through informal and formal methods
    • Diagnostic and Remedial Teaching 
    • Place of Mathematics in Curriculum
    • Error analysis
    • Related aspects of learning and teaching
    • Language of Mathematics
    • Community Mathematics
    • Problems of Teaching 
    • Environmental Studies: (30 Questions) 
    • Family and Friends 
    • Work and Play
    • Relationships
    • Plants
    • Animal
    • Food
    • Things We Make and Do
    • Water
    • Shelter 
    • Travel
  • Pedagogical issues: (15 Questions)
    • Concept and scope of EVS
    • Environmental Studies and Environmental Education
    • Significance of EVS integrated EVS
    • Approaches to presenting concepts and Activities
    • Scope and Relation to Social Science and Science
    • Learning Principles
    • CCE 
    • Experimentation or Practical Work
    • Teaching material/ Aids
    • Problems and Discussion

Paper 2 for classes 6 to 8 (Upper Primary Stage) Syllabus 2020

  • Child Development and Pedagogy ( 30 Questions)
    • Child Development (15 Questions) (Upper Primary School Child) 
    • Concept of development
    • Development relationship with learning
    • Critical perspective of the construct of Intelligence
    • Concepts of a child-centred and progressive education
    • Multidimensional Intelligence
    • Influence of Heredity and Environment
    • Kohlberg, Piaget and Vygotsky: constructs and critical perspectives
    • Gender as a social construct; educational practice, gender-bias and gender roles
    • Principles of the development of children
    • Socialisation processes: Social world and children (Teachers, Parents, Peers)
    • Individual differences among learners, understanding variations based on diversity of language, gender, caste, community, religion, etc.
    • The distinction between assessment for learning and assessment of learning; school-based assessment, continuous and comprehensive evaluation: perspective and practice
    • Language and Thought
    • Formulating proper questions for assessing readiness levels of learners for improving learning and critical thinking in the classroom and for assessing learner achievement.
  • Concept of Understanding Children and Inclusive Education with Special Needs: (5 Questions)
    • Addressing learners from diverse backgrounds including deprived and disadvantaged 
    • Addressing the needs of children with impairment, learning difficulties, etc
    • Addressing the Creative, Specially abled Learners, Talented
  • Learning and Pedagogy: (10 Questions)
    • How and why children fail to achieve success in school performance
    • How children think and learn
    • Basic processes of teaching and learning; learning as a social activity; social context of learning; children’s strategies of learning 
    • Alternative conceptions of learning in children
    • Understanding children’s errors as significant steps in the learning process
    • Cognition and Emotions
    • Child as a problem solver and a scientific investigator
    • Factors contributing to learning – personal and environmental
    • Motivation and learning

Language I (English): (30 Questions)

  • Language Comprehension: (15 Questions)
    • Reading unseen passages – 2 passages one prose or drama and one poem with questions on comprehension, inference, grammar and verbal ability (Prose passage may be literary, scientific, narrative or discursive)
  • Pedagogy of Language Development: (15 Questions)
    • Learning and acquisition 
    • A critical view on the role of grammar in learning a language for communicating ideas verbally and in written form
    • Role of speaking and listening; function of language and how children use it as a tool
    • Principles of Language Teaching
    • Language Skills
    • Remedial Teaching
    • Teaching and learning materials: multimedia materials, Textbook, multilingual resource of the classroom
    • Evaluating language comprehension and proficiency: listening, speaking, reading and writing
    • Challenges of teaching language in a different classroom; errors and disorders, language difficulties
  • Language- II (Hindi): (30 Questions)
  • Comprehension: (15 Questions)
    • Two unseen prose passages (narrative or discursive or literary or scientific) with questions on comprehension, and verbal ability and grammar
  • Pedagogy of Language Development: (15 Questions)
    • Role of listening and speaking
    • Learning and acquisition
    • Principles of language Teaching
    • A critical view on the role of grammar in learning a language for communicating ideas verbally and in written form
    • The function of language and how children utilize it as a tool
    • Summons of teaching language in a various classroom; errors, disorders and language difficulties 
    • Evaluating language proficiency and comprehension: listening, speaking, reading and writing
    • Language Skills
    • Remedial Teaching
    • Teaching and learning materials: Textbook, multimedia materials, multilingual resource of the classroom

Mathematics and Science: (60 Questions)

  • Mathematics: (30 Questions)
    • Number System
    • Knowing our Numbers
    • Playing with Numbers
    • Whole Numbers
    • Negative Numbers and Integers
    • Fractions
  • Algebra
    • Introduction to Algebra
    • Ratio and Proportion
  • Geometry
    • Basic geometrical ideas (2-D)
    • Understanding Elementary Shapes (2-D and 3-D)
    • Symmetry: (reflection)
    • Constructions (using Straight edge Scale, protractors, compasses)
  • Mensuration
  • Data Handling
  • Pedagogical issues: (10 Questions)
    • Nature of Mathematics or Logical thinking
    • Place of Mathematics in Curriculum
    • Language of Mathematics
    • Community Mathematics
    • Evaluation
    • Remedial Teaching
    • Problems of Teaching
  • Science: (30 Questions)
  • Food
    • Sources of food
    • Components of food
    • Cleaning food
  • Materials
    • Materials of daily use
  • The World of the Living
  • Moving Things, People, and Ideas
  • How things work
    • Electric current and circuits
    • Magnets
  • Natural Phenomena
  • Natural Resources
  • Pedagogical issues: (10 Questions)
    • Nature and Structure of Sciences
    • Natural Science/ Aims & objectives
    • Understanding and Appreciating Science
    • Approaches/ Integrated Approach
    • Observation/ Experiment/ Discovery (Method of Science)
    • Innovation
    • Text Material/ Aids
    • Evaluation – cognitive/ psychomotor /affective
    • Problems
    • Remedial Teaching

Social Studies/ Social Sciences: ( 60 Questions)

  • History
    • When, Where and How
    • The Earliest Societies
    • The First Farmers and Herders
    • The First Cities
    • Early States
    • New Ideas
    • The First Empire
    • Contacts with Distant lands
    • Political Developments
    • Culture and Science
    • New Kings and Kingdoms
    • Sultans of Delhi
    • Architecture
    • Creation of an Empire
    • Social Change
    • Regional Cultures
    • The Establishment of Company Power
    • Rural Life and Society
    • India After Independence
    • Colonialism and Tribal Societies
    • Challenging the Caste System
    • The Revolt of 1857-58
    • Women and reform
    • The Nationalist Movement
  • Geography
    • Planet: Earth in the solar system
    • Geography as a science and as a social study
    • Water
    • Air
    • Globe
    • The environment in its totality
    • Environment: Natural and human environment
    • Human Environment: transport, settlement and communication
    • Resources: Types – Natural and Human
    • Agriculture
  • Social and Political Life
    • Diversity
    • Government
    • Local Government
    • Making a Living
    • Democracy
    • State Government
    • Understanding Media
    • Unpacking Gender
    • The Constitution
    • Parliamentary Government
    • The Judiciary
    • Social Justice and the Marginalised
  • Pedagogical issues: (20 Questions)
    • Concept and Nature of Social Science/Social Studies
    • Classroom Processes, activities, and discourse
    • Developing Critical thinking
    • Enquiry/ Empirical Evidence
    • Problems of teaching Social Science/ Social Studies
    • Sources – Primary and Secondary
    • Projects Work
    • Evaluation

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