CTET Preparation & Practice: Social Sciences/Social Studies

Paper II

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ISBN:

9780199486779

Publication date:

01/02/2019

Paperback

404 pages

Price: 370.00 INR

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ISBN:

9780199486779

Publication date:

01/02/2019

Paperback

404 pages

First Edition

Part of Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET)

Seema Sarohe & Shikha Jain

Social Sciences/Social Studies: Paper II for the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) seeks to help candidates prepare for the subject Social Sciences/Social Studies in Paper II of the CTET.

Rights:  World Rights

First Edition

Part of Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET)

Seema Sarohe & Shikha Jain

Description

This book includes a simple point-wise summary of the NCF 2005. It also includes NCF-related questions from the previous years. The NCF 2005 talks about best practices for teaching. Several questions related to the NCF 2005 have appeared in the CTET.

First Edition

Part of Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET)

Seema Sarohe & Shikha Jain

Table of contents

  1. When, Where, and How: Ways of Knowing, Concepts, and Sources of History
  2. Earliest Human Civilizations
  3. The Vedic Age (1500BC–600BC
  4. Emergence of Empires, Political Development and Cultural Exchange
  5. Post Gupta Period: Political Development and Cultural Exchange
  6. Emergence of New Political Regimes and Social Change
  7. Post-Mughal Rule: Emergence of Regional Powers and Incoming of Europeans
  8. Nationalist Movement and Social Reforms
  9. Post-colonial India
  10. Geography as a Discipline
  11. The Earth and the Solar System
  12. Earth in Solar System
  13. Our Environment (Natural
  14. Air
  15. Water
  16. Agriculture
  17. Resources
  18. Diversity, Marginalization and Social Justice
  19. Democracy
  20. Government
  21. The Constitution
  22. Understanding Gender: From Theory to Practice
  23. Livelihood
  24. Social Sciences: Historical Trajectory
  25. Teaching of Social Science: Policy Perspective
  26. Challenges in Social Science Teaching
  27. Classroom Processes, Activities, and Discourse
  28. Measurement, Assessment, and Evaluation

First Edition

Part of Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET)

Seema Sarohe & Shikha Jain

Features

  • Tables and grids for ease of comprehension and retention
  • Diagrams, flowcharts, and photographs to present concepts and ideas
  • Perspective-based questions to encourage higher order thinking skills
  • References and further reading lists at the end of every chapter
  • 450+ multiple choice (objective) questions including model test papers for practice, with answer keys for self-evaluation
  • Previous years’ question papers to help identify trends
  • A simple point-wise summary of the NCF 2005
  • NCF-related questions from the previous years

First Edition

Part of Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET)

Seema Sarohe & Shikha Jain

First Edition

Part of Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET)

Seema Sarohe & Shikha Jain

Description

This book includes a simple point-wise summary of the NCF 2005. It also includes NCF-related questions from the previous years. The NCF 2005 talks about best practices for teaching. Several questions related to the NCF 2005 have appeared in the CTET.

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Table of contents

  1. When, Where, and How: Ways of Knowing, Concepts, and Sources of History
  2. Earliest Human Civilizations
  3. The Vedic Age (1500BC–600BC
  4. Emergence of Empires, Political Development and Cultural Exchange
  5. Post Gupta Period: Political Development and Cultural Exchange
  6. Emergence of New Political Regimes and Social Change
  7. Post-Mughal Rule: Emergence of Regional Powers and Incoming of Europeans
  8. Nationalist Movement and Social Reforms
  9. Post-colonial India
  10. Geography as a Discipline
  11. The Earth and the Solar System
  12. Earth in Solar System
  13. Our Environment (Natural
  14. Air
  15. Water
  16. Agriculture
  17. Resources
  18. Diversity, Marginalization and Social Justice
  19. Democracy
  20. Government
  21. The Constitution
  22. Understanding Gender: From Theory to Practice
  23. Livelihood
  24. Social Sciences: Historical Trajectory
  25. Teaching of Social Science: Policy Perspective
  26. Challenges in Social Science Teaching
  27. Classroom Processes, Activities, and Discourse
  28. Measurement, Assessment, and Evaluation

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