Ignou B.Ed Es-331 Solved Assignment January 2012

CONTENTS COVERED

Block- 1 Pedagogy of Teaching Social Studies
Unit-1 Nature, Objectives and Approaches to Teaching Social Studies
Unit-2 Instructional Inputs in Social Studies
Unit-3 Instructional Process in Social Studies
Unit-4 Evaluation in Social Studies
Block- 2 Teaching of History
Unit-5 Ancient Civilizations – Indus Valley Civilization
Unit-6 Beginning of Modern Age – Geographical Discoveries
Unit-7 Cultural heritage of India
Unit-8 Indian Awakening
Block- 3 Teaching of Geography
Unit-9 Tools of Teaching Geography
Unit-10 Natural Environment
Unit-11 Human Interaction with Environment
Unit-12 India’s Physical Features, Climate, Natural Vegetation and Wild Life
Block- 4 Teaching of Economics and Civics
Unit-13 Natural Resources and their Utilization
Unit-14 Infrastructure of Indian Economy
Unit-15 An Overview of Indian Economy
Unit-16 India as a Nation
QUESTION PAPERS
1. Question Paper - June 2002
2. Question Paper - Dec 2002
3. Question Paper - June 2003
4. Question Paper - Dec 2003
5. Question Paper - June 2005
6. Solution Paper - Dec 2005
7. Solution Paper - June 2006
8. Solution Paper - June 2007
9. Solution Paper - Dec 2007
10. Solution Paper - June 2008
11. Question Paper - Dec 2008
12. Question Paper - June 2009
13. Question Paper - Dec 2009
14. Question Paper - June 2010
15. Question Paper - Dec 2010
16. Solution Paper - June 2011
17. Solution Paper - Dec 2011
18. Solution Paper - June 2012

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portanceof Curriculum evaluation.(500 words)Solution: Important Sources of Curriculum Evaluation are listed below :1 Questionnaire and Checklists

When you need to quickly and/or easily get lots of information from people in a nonthreatening way, questionnaire and checklist are useful data collection techniques.Questionnaires and checklists can complete anonymously and relatively inexpensive toadminister. Since data collected is quantitative, it is easy to compare and analyse and can beadministered to many people. Massive amount of data can be obtained. It is also easy todesign as there are many sample questionnaires already in existence. However, theinformation obtained may not be accurate as it relies how truthfully subjects respond to thequestions. There is also the fear that the wordings used can bias client's responses.Questionnaires are impersonal and since only a sample of subjects are given the instrument,we not get the full story..2

Interviews

Interviews are usually one-on-one situations in which an individual asks questions to which asecond individual (which may be a teacher, principal, student, parent) responds. The personasking the questions is called the interviewer while the person giving answers to the questionsis called the interviewee. Interviews are used when you want to fully understand someone'simpressions or experiences, or learn more about their answers to questionnaires. There aretwo general types of interviews depending on the extent to which the responses required areunstructured or structured. In an unstructured interview, the interviewer does not follow arigid script and there is a great deal of flexibility in the responses.

3 Observations

To gather accurate information about how a program actually operates, particularly aboutprocesses. In other words to view operations of a program as they are actually occurring. Forexample, can the people involved adapt to events as they occur.

4 Documents

When we want impressions of how a programme operates without interrupting theprogramme; we can review the memos, minutes, etc to get a comprehensive and historicalinformation about the implementation of the programme. However, we should be quite clearabout what looking for as there may be a load of documents.

The Importance of Curriculum evaluation

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