Meghalaya TET Syllabus 2021 MTET Paper I & Paper II Exam Pattern

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Meghalaya TET Syllabus 2021

About Meghalaya TET :

Directorate of Educational Research and Training has Recently Announced and Invited the Online Applications from the Eligible Candidates for the Meghalaya TET. The Teacher Eligibility Test, known as TET, is the minimum qualification required in India for a person to be eligible for appointment as a teacher for Classes I to VIII. Many Interested and Eligible Candidates applied for this Exam Through online mode. The Process of Submission of Online Applications for these Posts was commenced from 09.08.2021 and Last Date to Apply for these Posts was 31.08.2021. Check the other details from below.

About Exam :

Candidates who applied online will be called for examination. The Exam Will be Conducted In September 2021. Applicants are requested to check the Web portal regularly. 

Nowadays Competition Level become very high so Competitive Exams gets too tougher. Candidates facing critical problem of “What to prepare” and “How to prepare” to give their best in their exams. So, here we are providing the latest Syllabus & Exam Pattern.

Selection Process :

Exam Pattern :

Exam Pattern for the Written Exam is as Follows:-

  • Exam Will be Objective Type.
  • There Will be 150 Question in Each Paper.
  • The Question Paper Will be of 300 Marks.

About Meghalaya TET Syllabus:

Exam Syllabus for Examination is given below :-

Paper- I

CHILD DEVELOPMENT AND PEDAGOGY
Full Marks: 30

  1. Understanding Development                                                                       5 items= 5 marks
    • Concept of Development
    • Development is continuous and a lifelong process.
    • Stages of Development with respect from infancy to Childhood stage.
    • Development of Children in a socio-cultural context.
  2. Aspects of Development                                                                               5 items=5 marks
    • Physical and Motor Development.
    • Cognitive Development.
    • Social and Emotional Development.
    • Moral development.
  3. Gender Development                                                                                    3 items=3 marks
    • Concept of Gender and sex.
    • Gender socialization and stereotypes.
    • Gender inequality (Gender bias and educational Practices).
  4. Methods of child study                                                                                  3 items=3 marks
    • Naturalistic and participant observation.
    • Case study
    • Reflective journals.
    • Student portfolio.
    • Anecdotal records.
  5. Inclusive Education and Children with Special Needs (CWSN)              4 items=4 marks
    • Concepts, meaning of Inclusive Education.
    • Difference between Integrated and Inclusive Education.
    • Understanding Disability and types of Disability.
    • Understanding exceptional students (Talented, Creative, Slow learners, and Under-Achievers).
  6. Learning and Pedagogy                                                                               5 items=5 marks
    • Concept of teaching and learning (Factors affecting learning).
    • Basic learning styles (Audio, Visual and Tactile/kinesthetic learners).
    • How students learn (observation, inquiry etc)
    • Teaching Skills and activities.
    • Steps of preparation of teaching (Pre-teaching, Transaction of lesson and Post teaching including teaching plans/lesson plans).
    • Approaches to learning and teaching (Teacher Centered Approach ,Learners Centered approach, Constructivist approach)
  7. Assessment of students Performance                                                            5 items=5 marks
    • Formative and Summative Assessment.
    • School Based Assessment (SBA).
    • Assessment for Learning and Assessment of Learning.
    • Techniques and tools of SBA including Activity Based Assessment.
    • Different types of Questions.
    • Assessment and Remedial Measures.

MIL (Khasi)
Full Marks- 30

Pedagogy of the First Language -1

Bynta -1. Ka rukom ban ioh ia ka ktien. (5 Marks)

  1. Ka jingtreikam jong ka ktien.- ha karma klas bad shabar ka karma klas.
  2. Ka jinglah ban ioh ia ka ktien. Ki mawjam ban ioh ia ka ktien.

Bynta –II. Ka ktien ha ka imlang sahlang. (5 Marks)

  1. Ki ktien bap her hapoh ka Ri India. Ki 22 tylli ki jait ktien ba pyndonkam ha India bad ka tyllong jong ki.
  2. Ki lai khyrnit ktien kiba  pule ha ki skul ha ka jylla hapdeng ki jait ktien bap her jong ka Ri India.

Bynta –III. Ka bynta ba nyngkong jong ka Thoh ka pule. (7 Marks)

  1. Ka jingroi ka ka ktien da kaba kren. ( lyngba ki khana parom, ki jingpyrthuh, ki jingrwai, ki poetry rit bad ki jingkyntip)
  2. Ka jingpynroi ia ka sap Pule.
    • Pule ia ki jijngiathuhkhana da kaba ngam jylliew. (ba shu thaw hi).
    • Pule poetri da kaba ngam jylliew. (ba shu thaw hi)
    • Pule kot dur.
  3. Ka jingpynroi ia ka sap thoh.

Bynta -IV. Ka rukom thew/tynjuh jingtip. (3 Marks)

  • Continuous and comprehensive Evaluation.(CCE)
    • Ka jingbatai.
    • Ki jingthmu.
    • Kiba dei ban pule bad kiba shu leh da ki jingkam.
    • Kaba tynjuh jingtip halor ka lynnong bad ka eksamin kut snem.

Bynta –V. Ka kramar bad komposishon. (5 Marks)

  • Ki senten., ki ktien kynnoh, ki pharshi bad ki phawer.

Bynta – VI . Ki Rukom hikai. (5 Marks)

  • Ki buit hikai.
  • Ki tiar iarap hikai.
  • Ka plan hikai.
  • Ka Unit Plan .
  • Ka Mind Map.

M.I.L (GARO)
Full Marks – 30

  • Nature of Oral Language acquisition:
    • Home Language vs School Language
    • Functions of language ( in and outside the classroom)
    • Acquisition of language
  • The Social Context of language:
    • Child’s Mother tongue/ home language
    • Standard language and Dialects
  • Importance of Language Skills – Four Skills
  • Application of Skills in a Classroom situation
    • Techniques in teaching a particular topic using four skills
    • Using appropriate teaching aids in the classroom for teaching a particular lesson.
  • How to develop a listening skills
    • Listening to a conversation.
  • How to develop speaking skills
  • How to develop a reading skills
    • Reading a story with comprehension
    • Reading a poetry with comprehension
  • Picture reading.
    • Reading aloud by the teacher
  • How to develop writing skills.
    • Use of correct punctuation
    • Environmental print (print awareness) and creating print rich classroom

Suggested Reading:

  • Aesopni Golporang: Tura Book Room
  • Poraiani Ki∙tap from Class I to V: Meghalaya Board of School Education Tura.
  • History of Garo Literature: M.S. Sangma.

M.I.L (ASSAMESE)
Full Marks – 30

Unit- I (5 Marks)

  1. Asomia bhasar utpotti, vikash aru upo- bhasar samyak dharona..

Unit- II (10 Marks)

  • Asomia sahityar sahityk( jene-Madhab kondoli, Ram saraswati, Sankardev, Madhabdev, Lakhinath Bezbaruah, Padmanath Gohain Boruah, Chandra Kumar Agarwala, Hem Boruah, Homen Borogohain, Nabakanta Boruah, Bhabendra Nath Saikia, Jyoti Prasad Agarwala r sadharan porisoi.

Unit-III (10 Marks)

  • Grammar
    • Asomia bornamala r samporke samporke samyak dharona.
    • Sandhi r parthamik dharona.
    • Linga, Basan, Nirdistabasak prottoy.

Unit- IV (5 Marks)

  • a. Mattri bhakha sikhanar lakhaya aru uddeisya. b.Shrobon, Kothon, Pothon, Likhon samporke dharona

Suggested Reading Books:

  1. Path Porikolpana: Runu Bora Saikia, tarun saikia, Bedakumar Chaliha
  2. Asomor Bhasa: Bhimkanta Boruah0 or any other reference book.
  3. Asamiya Sahityar Samikhatmok Etibitra: Satyendra Nath Sarma or any other reference book.
  4. Any Assamese Grammar

MIL (Bengali)
Full Marks – 30

  1. Borno :- 6
    Swarborno O Byanjamborno (definition with examples)
    Ghosh borno,Oghosh borno, Alpopran borno, Mohapran borno
  2. Sandhi – 4
    Sandhir Prokar (definition with suitable examples)
    Sandhi bichhed
  3. Pad – 3
    Pader Prokar O udhahoron
  4. Biporit Shobdo – 2
  5. Bochon Poriborton O Lingo Poriborton (definition with examples) 4
  6. Bakya Rochona – 2
  7. Ek Kothaya Prakash – 2
  8. Sahitiyik Porichiti – 3
    Bonkirn Chandra chattopadhya,Saratchandra Chattopadhya,
    Sukumar Roy, Tarashankar Bandyapadhya
  9. Bhabsomposaran – (Jekuno bishoye) – 4

M.I.L (Hindi)
Full Marks – 30

Unit – I

Poetry :

  1. Vinati
  2. Pushp Ki Abhilasha

Unit – II

Story and Essay :

  1. Aadmi Ka Laalach
  2. Humara Nagar Shillong

Unit – III

Grammar and Composition :

  1. Swar, vyanjan aur matrayen
  2. Ling, vachan, kaal
  3. Vilom shabd
  4. Paryaywachi shabd

Marks distribution :

Unit I = 5 marks
Unit II = 10 marks
Unit III = 15 marks
Total = 30 marks

Books for reference :

  • Meghalaya Hindi Reader – Part 4- Salil Gewali, Gewali Publications
  • Meghalaya Hindi Reader – Part 5 – Salil Gewali, Gewali Publications
  • Hindi Vyakaran evam Rachna- Dr. Avadhesh Vashishth & Mamta Sharma, Varun Publishing House

MIL (Nepali)
Full Marks – 30

Each Unit Contain 6 marks

  1. Unit-I- Adhayan Kausal (simple pedagogy and teaching skills)
    • Sunai (hearing)
    • Bolai (speaking)
    • Padhai(Reading)
    • Lekhai(writing)
  2. Unit-II- Jeewom Ra Vyaktitwa (life and works)
    • Prasidha football Kheladi Puran Bahadur Thapa              – Vasantraj Joshi
    • Tirot Singh                                                                                   – Yamnatu Adhikari
    • Surya Vikram Gewali
    • Mahakavi Devkota
  3. Unit- III – Kavita Ra Katha (Poetry and Story)
    • Bhanirahdaina                                                              – Gopi Narayan Pradhan
    • Shillong                                                                                    – Manisingh Thapa
    • Sansaar Ko Shristhi                                                                  – Shankar Prasad Koirala
    • Jayant Ko Bihe                                                             – Boge Newar
  4. Unit-IV- Nivandha Ra Prabandha (Essay and Prose)
    • Kagaz                                                                                     – Nepali Rachna Bharti
    • Nongkrem Byitya                                                                    – Diwakar Pandey
    • Mata Pita Prati Putra Putri Ki Kartavya                        -Parash Mani Pradhan
    • Shishtachar                                                                              – Raj Narayam Pradhan
  5. Unit-V – Vyakaran Ra Rachana (Grammar and Composition)
    • Varna, Matrara Shabd Jaru ko Sanyojan
    • Vakya Vinayash (Banawat)
    • Shabd Vibhag (Nam, Sharvonam, Kriya ra Vishesham Ko Parichay)
    • Sandhi, Samas.

Reference Books for above syllabus:

  1. Mahyamik Nepali Sahitya, Bhag-I
  2. Saral Nepali Sahitya, Bhag- 4
  3. Saral Nepali Sahitya – Bhag-3
  4. Madhyamik Nepali Vyakram Ra Rachna- Prakashak- Publisher-Shree Rajprakashm Darjeeling

Language II (English)
Full Marks- 30

A. Proficiency in English

Purpose of Learning Language- Focus on the Different Language Skills

  1. Oral Language Development
    • Listening with Comprehension (simple instructions, classroom discussion, poetry recitation, newspaper reading, stories, films, note-taking) (3)
    • Speaking effectively (Speak fluently with confident- expressing, summarizing, analyzing, critiquing, opinion-building) (3)
  2. Reading for meaning
    1. Reading with understanding- Reading across the Curriculum (Different types of Texts – Use of Dictionary, Encyclopaedia, Internet, newspapers, magazines, notice, advertisements, stories, poems, plays, riddles, jokes, instructions for games) (3)
    2. Audience performance reading ( 2)
  3. Writing to Learn
    1. Writing with a Sense of Purpose- Write meaningfully (Different forms of Writing – question-answer, letters, messages, notices, posters, slogans, labelling of diagrams/ pictures/ illustrations) (3)
    2. Expressive writing- Creative writing (stories, poems, dialogues, short to long essays, drama ( 3)

A.    Knowledge about Language

  • Grammar                                                                                                            (3)
  • Sentence construction                                                                                       (3)
  • Word meaning                                                                                                   (3)

B.     INTERNSHIP

  • – Textbook Analysis (2)
  • – Writing Reports (Assembly, Annual School Sports, School Day, Reflections about learners and their development/performance) (2)

MATHEMATICS
Full Marks: 30

Pedagogical Issues:       (10 MCQs)

  1. Nature of mathematics — precision and accuracy, abstraction, hierarchical/sequential, patterns and logic.
  2. Inductive reasoning.
  3. Conceptual and procedural knowledge.
  4. Use of games and activities.
  5. Theories of learning mathematics — theories according to Piaget and Skemp.
  6. Issues of learning mathematics (language and mathematics phobia)

Content Knowledge:      (20 MCQs)

  1. Numbers — counting, place value, arithmetic operations
  2. Measurement — length, area, weight, volume, time, money.
  3. Data handling — sorting, classification, frequency distribution and simple graph reading.
  4. Numerical and geometrical pattern.
  5. Simple shapes, spatial understanding, and solids around us.
  6. Fractions and decimals — concept, types, operations and applications.
  7. Percentage and applications

EVS
Full Marks – 30

Section – A (15 marks) Pedagogy

  • Unit – I – Nature and Scope , Importance of teaching-learning EVS at primary stage.
  • Unit –II – Learning objectives of EVS with reference to NCF 2005
  • Unit –III – Assessment-Types of assessment; Purpose of assessment; Tools and Techniques for assessing EVS
  • Unit-IV – Learning Resources -(Including local resources)
  • Unit-V – Approaches to teaching-learning EVS –Observation, Discussion, Projects, Visits, Experiment, Problems solving, Activity Base.

Section – B (15 marks) Content Areas (EVS)

  • Unit-VI – Natural Resources-Air, water and conservation
  • Unit-VII – Our Environment- Land and people, plants and animals.
  • Unit-VIII – Food
  • Unit- IX – Matter and materials around us
  • Unit-X – Pollution and control of pollution
  • Unit-XI – Meghalaya-Physical features, vegetation, climate, wildlife, origin and life of the Khasis and Garos and their occupation.
  • Unit-XII – North Eastern Region- Physical features.

Paper II

CHILD DEVELOPMENT AND PEDAGOGY
Full marks: 30

Understanding Development                                                                       3 items= 3marks

  • Meaning and Concept of Growth and Development.
  • Developmental characteristic with respect to Childhood and Adolescent stage.
  • Development of Children in a socio-cultural context and its relationship to learning.

Aspects of Development                                                                               4 items=4 marks

  • Physical and Motor Development.
  • Cognitive Development. (Piaget’s theory of Cognitive development)
  • Socio- Emotional Development.
  • Moral development (Kohlberg’s theory of moral development)

Gender Development                                                                                    4 items=4 marks

  • Difference between Gender and sex.
  • Stages of gender development.
  • Stereotypes in the process of gender development.
  • Gender bias and educational Practices.
  • Gender identity in the family and in a matrilineal society.

Methods of child study                                                                                    4 items=4 marks

  • Cross-sectional, Longitudinal and Case Studies.
    • Naturalistic and participant observation.

Inclusive Education and Children with Special Needs (CWSN)               5 items= 5 marks

  • Concepts, meaning of Inclusive Education.
    • Difference between Integrated and Inclusive Education.
    • Understanding Disability and types of Disability.
    • Barriers and Challenges to Inclusive Education.
    • Inclusive Education and children from different backgrounds (tribal students, under- privilege students, children from low financial background, children of literate parents etc)

Learning and Pedagogy                                                                                 5 items=5 marks

  • Concept of Learning and factors affecting learning.
  • Information processing approaches (concept of working memory, long term memory, attention, encoding and retrieval).
  • Piaget’s Constructivism (what is learning, relationship between learning and development).
  • Vygotsky’s constructivism
  • Teacher centered vs. Learners Centered approach of Teaching.
  • Teaching skills and activity based teaching.
  • Steps of preparation of teaching (Pre-teaching, Transaction of lesson and Post teaching including teaching plans/lesson plans).

Assessment of students Performance                                                            5 items= 5 marks

  • Formative and Summative Assessment.
  • School Based Assessment (SBA).
  • Assessment for Learning and Assessment of Learning.
  • Techniques and tools of School Based Assessment including Activity Based Assessment.
  • Blue Print and different types of Questions.
  • Assessment and Remedial Measures.

MIL (Khasi)
Full Marks- 30

Part –I Ka Sap Pule hapoh ka korikolom. (8 Marks)

  1. Skima ( Schema)- ka nongrim jong ki skima, ka rukom treikam jong ki skima bad ban thaw ia ki skima.
  2. Ki buit Pule – Top- up model, Top –down model and Interactive Model.
  3. Ki Rukom pule- Summarizing, Skimming, Scanning, Know wish and learn (KWL), Survey Question Read Write and Recite (SQ3Rs), Note-Taking, Think aloud.

Part II- Ban thoh ban tar katkum ka korikolom. (5 Marks)

  1. Ki rukom thoh ba bun jait bad ki rukom thoh ban pynpaw shynna ia ki jingthmu. Ki jingthoh kiba iadei ha ka jingim ba man ka sngi . (ki jait jingkylli, ki jingthoh ban pyndap ia kaba la bthah lypa, ki jingthoh na ka bynta ban tynjuh jingtip).

Part III – Kumno ban hikai ia ka ktien.(5 Marks)

  1. Ki Rukom hikai- Ka plan hikai , ka Unit plan, ka Mind Map, ki tiar iarap hikai.

Part IV- Ban thew bad tynjuh jingtip.(3 Marks)

  1. Continuous and comprehensive Evaluation.
  2. Ki tiar ban thew / tynjuh jingtip — Port-folio , Questionnaire , Check list, Rubric, Observation Schedule.
  3. Ki buit thew/tynjuh jingtip – Testing ( kaba thoh bad kylli), kaba khmih shain (Observation),

Part V- Ki Bynta ka Kramar bad komposishon.. (6 Marks)

  1. Ki Pharshi,ki ktien kynnoh, ki Adberb, ki dak sangeh.

Part VI – Internship.(3 Marks )

  1. Ka rwat, ka Case study, ka jingpule shaphang ki jingthung bad ki mrad,ki rukom pyniaid/ pynlong ia ki prokram ha ki skul, ka jingbuh beit buh ryntih ia ki kaiphod ba pher, ka jingtih bniah shaphang ki briew bad ka kam ba ki trei, Ka skim Bam –sngi ki khynnah, ka rutin skul, ka Almanak hikai ia ki khynnah Skul.

M.I.L (GARO)
Full Marks – 30

  1. Comprehension and meaning making- Schema Theory
    • Meaning
    • Role,
    • Activating schema
    • Building schema
  2. Reading Strategies:
    • KWL
    • SQ3R
    • Note-taking
    • Summarizing
    • Skimming
    • Scanning
    • Think aloud by the teacher to demonstrate meaning making
  3. Teaching Grammar
    • Parts of speech : Simple Exercises
    • Subject and predicate : How to break up subject and predicate
    • Tense: Identification of kinds of tenses in a sentence,
    • Object: Identification of object in a given sentence.
  4. How to teach prose and poetry using different methods and strategies.
  5. Writing across the curriculum:
    • Understanding the process of writing
    • Writing with a sense of Audience
    • Creative writing and composition
  6. Assessment: Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE)
    • Observation Schedule
    • Checklist
    • Rubrics
    • Portfolio

Suggested Reading:

  1. Poraiani Ki∙tap from Class IV to VIII : Meghalaya Board of School Education Tura.
  2. A∙chik Grammar: E.G. Philips, M.A, Tura Book Room, West Garo Hills, Meghalaya
  3. Handbook on Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation: Directorate of Educational Research & Training (DERT), Meghalaya, Shillo.

M.I.L (ASSAMESE)
Full Marks – 30

Unit- I (5 Marks)

  1. Asomia bhasar jonma, vikash samporke dharona
  2. Asomia bhasar upabhasar sadharon porisoi.

Unit- II (10 Marks)

  • Adhunik asomiya sahityar prakhyat lekhok, kobi-
    1. lakhminath Bezbaruah,
    2. Padmanath Gohain Boruah
    3. Chandra Kumar Agarwala
    4. Debakanta Boruah
    5. Homen Borgohain
    6. Nabakanta Boruah
    7. Bhabendra Nath Saikia
    8. Jyoti Prasad Agarwala
    9. Birinchi Kumar Boruah

Unit-III (10 Marks)

  1. Grammar-
    1. Bibhokti
    2. Sandhi aru Somakhr Parthaikya
    3. Joti sinor prayugor su- sposta dharona
    4. Jatuwa thas aru khanda bikyar prayougik dharona
    5. Samarthok aru biporritarthok sabdar prayougik gyan

Unit- IV (5 Marks)

Shrenikuthat Shrobon, Kothon, Pothon, Likhon ai cgaritar moulik koukhal prayoug korrute anchal bhede sanmukhin hobo loga poristhiti samporke bastob udahoran soho dharona.

Suggested Reading Books:

  1. Asomor Bhasa: Bhimkanta boruah
  2. Path Porikolpana: Runu Bora Saikia, tarun saikia, Bedakumar Chaliha.
  3. Any Assamese Grammar
  4. Asamiya Sahityar Samikhatmok Etibitra: Satyendra Nath Sarma

MIL (Bengali)
Full Marks – 30

Sandhi
Sandhir Prokar (definition with Suitable Examples)
Sandhi bichhed
4
Kal –
Prokar O Wdhadhoron (examples)
4
Karak (Definition)
Karok O➜Bibhakti
(1 + 2) = 3
Somas-
Prokar O Nirnoy
(2 + 2) = 4
Ek Kothay Prakas 2
Drthosoho bakyarochona (1 + 2) = 3
Kobi/Sahithik Porichiti
Kobi Nazrul Islam, Mudhusudhun Dutta
Zibananda Das
Tarashankar Bandopadhya
Sukanto Bhattarcharjee
4
Jekunu bishoye Onuchhed Ranehona 2
Bhabsamposaran Jibe Prem Kore Zeizon Zezon Shebichey Iswar Khoma Mohot Dharma Kormo Jibon Bonnera bone Sundar Shishura Matikrore 4

M.I.L (Hindi)
Full Marks – 30

Unit – I

Poetry :

  1. Wah Desh Kaun-sa Hai
  2. Mool mantra
  3. Seekho

Unit – II

Story, Essay & Drama :

  1. Dharti Me Sona
  2. Kargil ka Amar Shaheed Captain Nongrum
  3. Kekde Ki Katha
  4. Ishwar Jo Karta Hai Achha Hi Karta Hai

Unit – III

Grammar and Composition :

  1. Sangya, sarvanam, visheshan, kriya
  2. Anek shabdon ke badle ek shabd
  3. Sandhi vichchhed
  4. Vaakya parichay
  5. Muhavre aur lokoktiyaan

Marks distribution :

Unit I = 5 marks
Unit II = 10 marks
Unit III = 15 marks
Total = 30 marks

Books for reference :

  • Meghalaya Hindi Reader – Part 6- Salil Gewali, Gewali Publications
  • Meghalaya Hindi Reader – Part 7 – Salil Gewali, Gewali Publications
  • Meghalaya Hindi Reader – Part 8 – Salil Gewali, Gewali Publications
  • Hindi Vyakaran evam Rachna- Dr. Avadhesh Vashishth & Mamta Sharma, Varun Publishing House

MIL (Nepali)
Full Marks – 30

Each Unit Contain 6 marks:

  • Unit I – Adhayan Kausal-(Simple Pedagogy and teaching skills)
  1. Vidhya haru ko Parichay(Poetry, story)
  2. Druthvacham ko vikash (development of Rapid fire speech)
  3. Chhamta ko vikash (Ability progress)
  4. Vasik Sudharta ki gyan (correct knowledge of language)
  • Unit II – Jeewan Ra Vyaktitwa (Life and works)
  1. Babu Mani Singh Gurung                         – Chet Narayan Joshi
  2. Captain Bhuvan Singh Rai                       – Gandhar Pathak
  3. Shahid Durga Mall                                    – Sita Ram Powdel
  4. Shahid Captain Nongrum                         – Salil Gewali
  • Unit III- Katha Ra Kavita (Story and Poetry)
  1. Desh Ki Vikash                                         – Madhav Prasad Ghimirey
  2. Haraye ko sari                                           – Keshav Lal Ghimirey
  3. Samastipur ko Sunwala                            – D.P. Joshi
  4. Anitya Jiwan                                             – Haribhakt Katuwal
  • Unit IV – Nibandh Ra Gadhya Akayan – (Essay and Prose)
  1. Anukaram Shabd                                      –Shiv Kumar Rai
  2. Dasai       – Sharad Gewali
  3. Bhanubhakt Ra Ghanse                            – Raj Narayan Pradhan
  4. Meghalaya                                                 – Chandramani Adhikari
  • Unit V- Vyakran Ra Rachana (Grammar and Composition)
  1. Vakya Prakar ra anuchhed lekhan
  2. Karak ra Vivakti
  3. Ukhan ra tukka
  4. Patra lekhan

Sandarbh Gantu Suchi (Reference books for the above syllabus)

  1. Madhyamik Nepali Sahitya, Bhag-2
  2. Madhyamik Nepali Sahitya, Bhag-4
  3. Madhyamik Nepali Sahitya, Bhag-3
  4. Madhyamik Nepali Vyakran Ra Rachana

M.I.L (URDU)
Full Marks – 30

  1. Language comprehension:                                                         15 MCQS of 1 mark each
    Zuban-O-Adap Ki Fahm-O-Idraak

Reading unseen passages and verses (Ghair Darsi Ektebasaat ur Bund)- One from Drama or Prose (Nasr) may be literary (Adbi), Scientific (Saainsi) narrative or discursive (Beyania ya Ghair Beyania) and one from peom (Nazm), with questions on comprehension (Idraak our Fehm-O-Samajh), Inference (Istennebaat our Nataiej), Urdu Grammar (Quwaeid) and Verbal Ability (Zubani, Adbi our lesani Liyaquat).

  1. Pedagogy of Language Development:                                   15 MCQs of 1 mark each
    (Zuban-O-Adad Ki Farogh-O- Taraquee Mein Muallami)
  1. Learning and acquisition (Seekhna our Ma-hasal)
  2. Principles of language teaching (Zaban-O-Adap Parhaney ke Asool)
  3. Role of listening and speaking, function of language and how children use it as a tool
  4. Critical perspective on the role of Urdu grammar in learning a language for communicating ideas verbally and in written form.
  5. Challenges of teaching Urdu language in a diverse classroom, language difficulties, error and disorders.
  6. Language skills
  7. Evaluating language comprehension and proficiency: speaking, listening, reading and writing Urdu language.
  8. Teaching- Learning material: Textbook, multi- media, material, multilingual resource of the classroom.
  9. Remedial teaching.

MIL (Mizo)
Full Marks – 30

  1. Prose:
  1. Engkawng Nge Izawh Dawn ?                                         -MBSE
  2. Kei Leh Ka Chenna                                                          -Lalawia
  3. Thawhrim Hlutna                                                              -Lalzuia Colney
  4. Mizo Thufing
  5. Thailungi
  6. Ho Mai Mai
  7. Raldawna Leh Tum Chhingi
  8. AIA Upate Zah Thiam
  9. Tlawmngaih An Inzirtir Dan
  1. Poetry:
  1. Duhaisam                                                                              – T.Zdrampela
  2. Thawk Lo Chuan Ei Suh Se                                                  – Thandanga
  3. Sawmfang Duhawm                                                              – Saidailova
  4. Lawmthu Kan Hrilh Che                                                      – C. Saikhuma
  5. Tlawmngaihna Hlu                                                                – Rokunga
  6. Min Hruai La, Min Kai Rawh                                                – Lalruali
  7. Rimawi Ram                                                                          – Vankhama
  8. Zotui Thiangte                                                                       – Biakliana
  9. Inpumkhatna                                                                         – Lalsangzuali Sailo
  1. Grammar:
  1. Gender
  2. Mizo Tawng Hman Dan Dikleh Dik Lo
  3. Thu Ziak Zawn Leh Zawn Loj Turte
  4. Tawng Upa
  5. Part of Speech
  6. Numbers
  1. Rapid Reader:
  1. Liandova Te Unau Cmizo Thawnthu)

Prescribed Text Book:

  1. Mizo Pawl Nga Zirlai Bu MBSE – 2009-10
  2. Mizo Pawl Ruk Zirlai Bu MBSE – 2009-10
  3. Mizo Pawl Sarih Zirlai Bu MBSE – 2009-10
  4. Mizo Pawl Riat Zirlai Bu MBSE – 2007-08

LANGUAGE II (English)
Full Marks- 30

A.    Constructivist Approach to Language Learning:

Create awareness about making connections between the child’s language (Home language) and School language inside and outside the classroom

  1. Functional Aspects of Language                                                               (3)
    • What is Language?
    • Construct language in different situations
    • Functions of language
  2. Social Context of Language                                                                             (3)
    • Influence of mother tongue on language learning
    • Multilingual nature of classroom
    • Status of English in India
  3. Early Literacy                                                                                                      (6)
    • Oral language development through activities (requests and commands, story-telling, role-plays, songs/rhymes/poems, language games & chants)
    • Developmental stages of reading and writing
    • Phonemic awareness
  4. Reading                                                                                                             (5)
    • Types of Reading
    • Reading across the curriculum (content and narrative texts)
    • Role of Schema
    • Reading beyond the Textbooks
  5. Writing  (5)
    1. Process and purpose of writing (sense of audience; writing process rather than product)
    2. Composition
    3. Making reading and writing connections

B. Assessment                                                                                                        (2)

  • Understanding assessment in a constructivist, process-oriented classroom (ability to respond to content rather than form and structures; using portfolios)

C. Internship                                                                                                         (4)

  • Reflective Journals (writing report
  • Maintain profiles of children

MATHEMATICS
FULL MARKS: 30

Pedagogical Issues:       (10 MCQs)

  1. Building blocks of mathematics— definition, axioms, conjecture, proof and counter examples.
  2. Problem solving method— a process.
  3. Place of mathematics in the school curriculum.
  4. Learning mathematics outside the classroom.
  5. ICT tools and resources; learning apps and software.
  6. Assessment and evaluation (CCE tools and techniques)

Content Knowledge:      (20 MCQs)

  1. Number System— natural number, whole number, rational numbers and integers.
  2. Prime and composite numbers.
  3. Factors and multiples including LCM & HCF.
  4. Ratio and proportion with applications.
  5. Discount, profit and loss.
  6. Introduction to Algebra.
  7. Variables, coefficient to variables and constants.
  8. Linear equations, algebraic identities e.g. (a ± b)2 ; a2 b2 and their applications.
  9. Lines, angles, triangles and their properties.
  10. Area and perimeter of triangle, rectangle, parallelogram and circle with applications
  11. Bar Graph, mean, median, mode

SCIENCE
Full Marks – 30

Section – A (15 marks) Pedagogy

  • Unit-I – Nature of Science- process, characteristics, scientific knowledge, scientific Inquiry, scientific method, scientific attitude.
  • Unit-II – Learning objectives- Science with reference to NCF 2005
  • Unit-III – Assessment- formative and summative, nature of Assessment; use of CCA; recording and reporting; Assessment tools and techniques.
  • Unit-IV – Approaches to teaching Science – Different methods in teaching-learning Science; observation, experiments, Hands on Activities, Concept Map, constructivism.
  • Unit-V – Learning Resources and classroom Transactional Strategies – Use of local resources, Textbooks, ICT, Laboratories, field trip, films, science exhibition, use of locally available resources.

Section – B (15 marks)

Unit-VI School Science Concepts – Content Areas

  • Motion
  • Heat
  • Light
  • Electricity
  • Plants and Animals Cell
  • Respiration in plants and animals
  • Living and non-living things
  • Locomotion and Movement in plants and animals
  • Water
  • Air

SOCIAL STUDIES
Full Marks: 60

  1. Nature and Scope of Social Science at the Elementary Level. (5 items)
    1. Concept of Social Science
    2. Differences between Social Studies and Social Science.
    3. Learning objectives of Social Science with special reference to NCF 2005.
    4. Approaches in Social Sciences.
  2. Pedagogical approaches and Learning Resources. (16 items)
    1. Oral Histories
    2. Case Studies.
    3. Critical Pedagogy.
    4. Co operative Learning.
    5. Experiential Learning.
    6. Projects.
    7. Observations.
    8. Concept Mapping.
    9. Discovery Learning.
    10. Problem Solving.
    11. Role Play
    12. Dramatization.
    13. Contexualisation.
    14. Picture Analysis
    15. Stories.
    16. Learning Resources: Print; Non-Print; Digital Learning Resources
  3. Assessment for Social Science Learning at the Elementary Level. (10 items)
    1. Understanding concept of assessment and continuous and comprehensive assessment (CCA) in Social Science learning.
    2. Differences between assessment and evaluation.
    3. Learning outcomes and learning indicators in Social Science at the upper primary level.
    4. Ways of assessment for and of learning in Social Science.
    5. Recording and reporting of assessment outcomes.
  4. Social Science Knowledge. (30 items)
    1. Sources of History.
    2. Earliest civilizations.
    3. Foundation and consolidation of the Mughal empire in India.
    4.     Indian national movements and contribution of Tirot Sing, Kiang Nangbah    and Pa Togan Sangma in India’s freedom movement.
    5. India after independence.
    6. Key elements of Democracy.
    7. The Indian Constitution.
    8. Traditional Institutions of Meghalaya.
    9. Judiciary.
    10. Parliamentary system of Government.
    11. Understanding media.
    12. Government for development.
    13. The earth and its movements.
    14. The globe
    15. Weather and climate.
    16. Natural vegetation and wildlife.
    17. Physical and political features of India.
    18. Agriculture.
    19. Managing disasters.
    20. Understanding banking, types of accounts and consumer protection.

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