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AP DSC SA Exam Pattern For English exam

Sl.noName of the SubjectMarks
1Gk and Current Affairs10 Marks
2Perspectives of Education05 Marks
3Classroom implications Educational Psychology05 Marks
4English Content44  Marks
5English Methodology16 Marks
6Total80 Marks

 

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PART – A

  1. GENERAL KNOWLEDGE AND CURRENT AFFAIRS (Marks: 10)
  1. PERSPECTIVES IN EDUCATION (Marks: 05)

1.  History of Education :

  • The Education in Ancient India – Pre-Vedic and Post-Vedic period, Medieval Education.
  • Education in Pre Independent era – Woods Despatch (1854), Hunter

Commission (1882), Hartog Committee (1929), Sargent Committee (1944).

  • Education in Post Independent era – Mudaliar Commission (1952-53), Kothari Commission (1964-66), Ishwarbhai Patel committee (1977), NPE-1986, POA- 1992

2.  Teacher Empowerment:

  • Need, interventions for empowerment, Professional code of conduct for teachers, Teacher motivation, Professional development of Teachers and Teacher organizations, National / State Level Organizations for Teacher Education, Maintenance of Records and Registers in

3.  Educational Concerns in Contemporary India:

  • Democracy and Education, Equality, Equity, Quality in Education, Equality of Educational
  • Economics of Education, Education as Human Capital, Education and Human Resource Development, Literacy – Saakshar Bharat
  • Population Education, Gender – Equality, Equity and Empowerment of Women, Urbanization and migration, Life
  • Adolescence Education
  • Health and Physical Education
  • Inclusive Education – Classroom Management in Inclusive Education
  • Role of Education in view of Liberalization, Privatization and Globalization
  • Value Education, Peace Education
  • Programmes and Projects – APPEP, DPEP, Sarva Siksha Abhiyan, National Programme for Education of Girls at Elementary Level (NPEGEL), Rashtriya Madhyamika Siksha Abhiyan(RMSA), Rashtriya Aveshekar Abhiyan (RAA), KGBVs, Model
  • Incentives and special provisions – Mid Day Meals, Free Books, Scholarship, Awards, Welfare Hostels, Transportation.
  • Current Trends in Education – Badi pelusthondi, Badi ki Vasta, Mavuru – Mana Badi, Vidyanjali, Swacha Patasala, Inspire,

4.   Acts / Rights:

  • Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act – 2009
  • Right to Information Act – 2005
  • Child Rights
  • Human
  1. National Curriculum – Framework, 2005: Perspective, Guiding Principles, Learning and Knowledge, Teaching Learning Process, Assessment, Systemic Reforms.

III. Classroom implications Educational Psychology – 05Marks

  1. Individual differences: Inter and intra individual differences, meaning, nature and theories of intelligence with special emphasis to multiple intelligence, IQ, assessment of intelligence, EQ, Creativity. Attitude, Aptitude, Interest, Habit and its Influence on Intelligence – Class room
  2. Learning: Theories and approaches of learning, learning curves, Factors, Phases, Dimensions of learning, Types of learning, Transfer of learning. Memory, Forgetting, Learning and assessment– Class room
  3. Personality: Nature, characteristics and theories of personality, factors of Personality, Assessment of Personality, Mental health, Adjustment, Stress –  nature,  Symptoms and management. Emotional intelligence, Management of emotions – Class room implementation.

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PART – B

  1. Content (44 Marks)
VOCABULARYLEVEL OF TESTING
SynonymsIdentification of Shades of Meaning
AntonymsIdentifying Antonyms in a Context
HomophonesIdentification & Usage
HomonymsIdentification & Usage
Hypernyms                & HyponymsIdentification & Usage
SpellingSpelling
One-word SubstitutesReferring to Persons / Professions, Places, Collections
Phrasal VerbsIdentification of Meaning and usage
Idiomatic ExpressionsIdentification, Usage
ProverbsProverbs
Word FormationSuffixes, Prefixes and other forms
Short   Forms    –    Full

Forms

Common Short Forms – Full Forms
Abbreviations – Full FormsCommon Abbreviations – Full Forms
Word CollocationsWord Collocations
Foreign Phrases Used in EnglishStandard and common Foreign Phrases Used in English
WEIGHTAGE FOR VOCABULAERY – 7 MARKS
GRAMMARLEVEL OF TESTING
Helping VerbsForm, Function & Contractions
Modal AuxiliariesForm, Function & Contractions
Ordinary VerbsForm, Function & Contractions
ArticlesUse of Articles Including Omissions
 

Prepositions

Simple, Compound Prepositions Including Prepositions following Certain Words and Prepositional Phrases

 

 

Clauses

Main Clauses, sub-ordinate Clauses, Adjectival Clauses, Noun Clauses, Adverbial Clauses, Relative Clauses, Finite and Non-finite Clauses
Sentence StructuresSentence Structures
Degrees                     of

Comparison

Form, Function, Construction, Transformation
Language FunctionsLanguage Functions with social norms (formal and informal)
Question TagsImperatives and Statements with semi negatives and indefinites subjects
Types of SentencesTypes of Sentences
Sentence

Improvement

Sentence Improvement
Direct      Speech      & Indirect SpeechStatements, Questions, Imperatives and Exclamatory Sentences
Active        Voice       &

Passive Voice

Active Voice & Passive Voice
 

Tenses

Use of tenses and framing including IF  conditionals Type 1, 2 &3
Agreement     between subject & VerbAgreement between subject & Verb
Word OrderWord Order In a phrase or a sentence
 

Parts of Speech

Nouns, Pronouns, Adjectives, Adverbs, Conjunctions, Interjections – Types and functions
LinkersLinkers
Transformation         of SentencesSimple. Compound and Complex Sentences
Common ErrorsBased on all Vocabulary and Grammar Topics
WEIGHTAGE FOR GRAMMAR – 12 MARKS
MECHANICS         OF

WRITING

LEVEL OF TESTING
Punctuation            and CapitalizationUse of capital letters, comma, full stop, question mark, exclamation mark and inverted commas

 

WEIGHTAGE FOR MECHANICS OF WRITING – 2 MARKS
COMPOSITIONLEVEL OF TESTING
 

Writing of Discourses

Letter Writing, News Report,  Diary  Entry, Conversation, Description, Diary Entry, Biographical Sketch, Story, Script for a speech
WEIGHTAGE FOR COMPOSITION – 3 MARKS
DICTIONARY SKILLSLEVEL OF TESTING
DICTIONARY

SKILLS

DICTIONARY SKILLS
WEIGHTAGE FOR DICTIONARY SKILLS – 1 MARK
PRONUNCIATIONLEVEL OF TESTING
Phonetics,    Stress    & IntonationPhonetic  Transcription  and  stress  marking      including intonation in context
WEIGHTAGE FOR PRONUNCIATION – 3 MARKS
READING COMPREHENSIONLEVEL OF TESTING
 

Prose

 

Prose (GENERAL)

WEIGHTAGE FOR READING COMPREHENSION – 4 MARKS

 

LITERATURELEVEL OR AREA OF TESTING
Background               of English LiteraturePoetical Types, Stanza forms, School and Movements, Dramatic Types, The Essay, The Novel, The Short Story
 

 

 

 

 

Literary Terms

 

*Parallelism, Prologue, epilogue, setting, the character, metre, diction, imagery, prosody, point of view, epic, mock epic, choreography, narration, classic, chorus, comedy, tragedy, conflict, plot, criticism, discourse, empathy, sympathy, style, theatre, feminism, soliloquy, folklore,                                                                   structure;

*Figures of Speech – Simile, Metaphor, Apostrophe, Personification, Metonymy, Synecdoche, irony and alliteration;

*Rhyme Scheme

Literary

Comprehension

Prose & Poetry (2 + 2 = 4 MARKS Weight)
 

 

 

 

Poetry            (Detailed Study)

1.  Where the Mind Is without Fear (Rabindranath Tagore)

2.  The cloud (P.B.Shelly)

3.  The Nation’s Strength (R.W.Emerson)

4.  Palanquin  Bearers (Sarojini Naidu)

5.  The Road Not Taken (Robert Frost)

6.  La Belle Dame Sans Merci (John Keats)

7.  Telephone Conversation (Wole Soyinka)

8.  The Night of the Scorpion (Nissim Ezekiel)

 

Prose          /         Essay (Detailed Study)

1.  Of Truth (Francis Bacon)

2.  Self-reliance (R.W.Emerson)

3.  On Shaking Hands (A.G.Gardiner)

4.  Robots and People (Isaac Asimov)

Novels           (Detailed Study)1.  Pride and Prejudice (Jane Austen)

2.  Swami and Friends (R.K.Narayan)

Drama           (Detailed Study)1.  Macbeth (Shakespeare)

2.  Murder in the Cathedral (T.S.Eliot)

 

 

Short Story (Detailed Study)

1.  The Gold Watch (Mulk Raj Anand )

2.  The Postmaster (Rabindranath Tagore)

3.  After Twenty Years (O’ Henry)

4.  The Thief (Ruskin Bond)

WEIGHTAGE FOR LITEREATURE – 12 MARKS

 

  1. METHODOLOGY (16 Marks)
  2. Aspects of language (English Language History, Nature, Importance, Principles of English as Second language and problems of Teaching / learning English)
  3. Objectives of Teaching English
  4. Development of language Skills (Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing; Communicative Skills and Imparting values through Communication
  5. Approaches, Methods and Techniques of Teaching English (Introduction, Definition, Types of Approaches, Methods and Techniques of Teaching including Remedial Teaching)
  6. Teaching of Structures, Vocabulary and Grammar
  7. Teaching Learning Materials in English
  8. Lesson Planning
  9. Curriculum and Textbooks – Importance and need
  10. Evaluation in English Language
  11. Pronunciation, Phonetics and Phonetic Transcription

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