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B.Ed (Hons.) 4 year Degree Program (Elementary)

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B.Ed (Hons.) 4 year Degree Program (Elementary)

Programme Objectives

The main objectives of B.Ed (Hons.) 4 year Degree Program (Elementary) :

•    Teachers will learn about human psychology and growth, Islamic ethical values and improve their subject content knowledge.

•    To transform existing orthodox system to modern education system through replacing traditional teaching styles with interactive teaching methodologies

•    To foster learner centered, active learning environment by using learning strategies such as role play, brain storming, debates, and presentations to make learning engaging and meaningful.

•    Teachers will learn the use of Information and Communication technology in their lessons to add creativity in their lessons.

•    Teachers will undertake action research and become reflective educators

•    Help the prospective teachers in achieving the ten professional standards for teachers as well as promote the student-centred learning in Pakistani Classrooms.

Outcomes

After the completion of B.Ed. four-year programme, the learners will be able-

1.    To display substantial proficiency in teaching with effective presentation skills and adequate content knowledge and become competent and effective teachers with research attitude.

2.    They demonstrate effective cognitive and teaching skills for life long-learning and understand the significance of maintaining effective classroom environment and management skills.

3.    They will be able to conduct an innovative and basic research study in an area of interest.

4.    This programme enhanced their employability in various fields such as teaching etc. Trained them in innovative teaching methods and research techniques.

B.Ed. Program outcomes will be assessed when the first badge of students will graduate in 2016.

Mode of Delivery (Curriculum)

All the modules of the programme adequately delivered through  the following modern approaches :

•    Interactive Classroom teaching ( pair/group work and active learning strategies such as role play, debates, presentations, brainstorming, etc).

•    Problem solving

•    Projects

•    Inquiry method

•    Discovery method

•     Exploration method

•    Demonstration method

•    Lecture method

•    Discussion with peers and instructor

•    Use of ICTs to facilitate learning and teaching

Road Map for B.Ed (Hons.) 4 year Degree Program (Elementary)

Year-I

SEMESTER I

Course code

COURSES

credit hours

CC/ B.Ed.-101

Functional English-I (Compulsory)

3

CC /B.Ed.- 102

 Islamic Studies/ Ethics(Compulsory)

2

FC/ B.Ed.- 101

Child Development (Foundation)

3

CoC/ B.Ed.-101

 Urdu / Regional Languages (Content)

3

CoC/ B.Ed.-102

General Science (Content)

3

FC/ B.Ed.- 102

General Methods of Teaching (Foundation)

3

 

Total Credit Hours

17

 SEMESTER II

Course code

COURSES

credit hours

CC/ B.Ed.-103

English-II (Communication Skills Compulsory)

3

CC /B.Ed.- 104

Computer Literacy (Compulsory)

3

FC/ B.Ed.- 103

Classroom Management (Foundation)

3

CC/ B.Ed.-105

General Mathematics (Compulsory)

3

CC/ B.Ed.-106

Pakistan Studies (Compulsory)

2

PC/ B.Ed.- 101

Methods of Teaching Islamic Studies (Professional)

3

 

Total Credit Hours

17

 Year –II

SEMESTER III

Course code

COURSES

credit hours

PC/ B.Ed.-202

Teaching Literacy Skills (Professional)

3

CoC /B.Ed.- 203

Art, Crafts and Calligraphy (Content)

3

PC/ B.Ed.-203

Teaching of Urdu/  Regional Languages (Professional)

3

PC / B.Ed.-204

 Teaching of General Science (Professional)

3

PC / B.Ed.-205

Instructional and Communication Technology(ICT) in Education (Professional)

3

TP/ B.Ed.- 201

Teaching Practice (Short Term)

3

 

Total Credit Hours

17

 SEMESTER – IV

Course code

COURSES

credit hours

FC/ B.Ed.-204

Classroom Assessment (Foundation)

3

PC /B.Ed.- 206

Teaching of English (Professional)

3

PC/ B.Ed.-207

Teaching of Mathematics(Professional)

3

PC / B.Ed.-205

School, Community and Teacher (Foundation)

2+1

PC / B.Ed.-208

Teaching of Social Studies (Professional)

2

TP/ B.Ed.- 202

Teaching Practice

3

 

Total Credit Hours

17

 Year-III

SEMESTER – V

Course code

COURSES

credit hours

CC/ B.Ed.-307

 English – III (Technical Writing & Presentation Skills) (Compulsory)

3

FC /B.Ed.- 306

Foundations of Education (Foundation)

3

CoC/ B.Ed.-Reading 304

Content Course – I (from selected discipline – I)

Reading Specialization “Foundations of Reading”

3

CoC / B.Ed.-305

 

CoC/,B.Ed-Math 305

CoC/,B.Ed Sc-305

CoC/B.Ed SSt-305

Content Course – I (from selected discipline – II)

Choose any one of the following specialization

  • Mathematics (Mathematics 1)
  • Science (Integrated Science 1)
  • Social Studies (Social Studies 1-History)

3

FC / B.Ed.-307

Curriculum Development (Foundation)

3

FC/ B.Ed.- 308

Educational Psychology(Foundation)

3

 

Total Credit Hours

18

 SEMESTER – VI

Course code

COURSES

credit hours

PC/ B.Ed.-309

Contemporary Issues and Trends in Education (Professional)

3

CoC /B.Ed.-Reading 306

Content Course – II (from selected discipline – I)

Reading Specialization  (Reading Difficulties)

3

CoC/ B.Ed.-307

 

CoC/B.Ed Math-307

CoC/B.Ed Sc-307

CoC/B.Ed SSt-307

Content Course – II (from selected discipline – II)

Choose any one of the following specialization

  • Mathematics (Mathematics II)
  • Science (Integrated Science II)
  • Social Studies (Social Studies II-Geography)

3

PC / B.Ed.-310

Comparative Education (Professional)

3

PC / B.Ed.-311

Introduction to Guidance and Counseling (Professional)

3

 

Total Credit Hours

15

Year-IV

SEMESTER VII

Course code

COURSES

credit hours

CoC/ B.Ed.-Reading-408

Content Course – III (from selected discipline – I)

Reading Specialization (Reading Assessment)

3

CoC /B.Ed.- 409

 

CoC/, B.Ed Math,-409

CoC/B.Ed Sc-409

CoC/,B.Ed SSt-409

Content Course – III (from selected discipline – II)

Continue with any one of the following specialization chosen in previous semester

  • Mathematics (Mathematics III)
  • Science (Integrated Science III)
  • Social Studies (Issues in Social Studies)

3

PeC/ B.Ed.Reading -401

Pedagogy– I (Methods of Teachings related to specialization – I)

Reading Specialization  (Teaching Reading)

3

PeC / B.Ed-402

 

PeC / Math-B.Ed-402

PeC / Sc.B.Ed-402

PeC/SSt.B.Ed-402

Pedagogy – II (Methods of teaching related to specialization – II)

Continue with any one of the following specialization chosen in previous semester

  •  Mathematics (Teaching of Mathematics II)
  • Science (Teaching of Science II)
  • Social Studies (Teaching of Social Studies II)

3

PC / B.Ed -412

Research Methods in Education (Professional)

3

TP/ B.Ed - 415

Teaching Practice (Short Term)

Reading Specialization Practicum

3

 

Total Credit Hours

18

SEMESTER VIII

Course code

COURSES

credit hours

PC/ B.Ed-413

School Management (Professional)

3

PC /B.Ed- 414

Test Development and Evaluation (Professional)

3

TP/ B.Ed- 404

Teaching Practice (Long Term)

6

PC/ B.Ed -415

Research Project (Professional)

3

 

Total Credit Hours

21

Evening

The program aims to extend the understanding of the new language teacher, with no prior experience, by furnishing them with a repertoire of classroom practices in the area of language teaching, embedded in strong theoretical foundation. For the experienced teachers, it provides opportunities to critique their own practices and equip them with the current practices in the realm of language teaching.

PGDT in English Language Teaching

Students who have completed sixteen years of education (M.A/M.Sc. / or 4-years BS) are eligible to apply for this program

PGDT  in English Language Teaching

Credits

Semester 1

 

Language and Linguistics

3

Teaching Pronunciation and Phonology

3

Pedagogical Grammar

3

Language Teaching Methodology

3

Sociolinguistics/Psycholinguistics                                                                 

3

Semester II

 

 

 

Writing and Speaking in ESL

3

Reading and Listening in ESL

3

Language Testing and Evaluation

3s

Syllabus, Materials and Task Design

3

Introduction to Research Methodology

3

                                                Semester III

Microteaching

 

3

Final Project

3

 Total              

36

Teaching Methodology

  • Explicit teaching
  • Active learning techniques
  • Pair work/ triads/
  • Jigsaw approach
  • Presentations/Projects
  • Collaborative learning

 Assesment Techniques

  • Assignments
  • Presentations/ Reflection Journals
  • Portfolios
  • Tests
  • Exams