UNIT - VI:-APPROACHES AND STRATEGIES FOR LEARNING SOCIAL SCIENCES (1) Scenario from 1950-1980. (2) Post 1980 Scenario. (3) Constructivist Approach-State Developed Strategies for Teaching Social Science. (4) 5E Learning Model. (5) Collaborative Learning Approach (CLA) - Steps of Collaborative Approach, Ensuring Meaningful Learning Through CLA, Ways of Applying Collaborative Learning Approach, Limitation of Collaborative Learning Approach. (6) Problem Solving Approach (PSA) - Steps in Problem Solving Approach, Teacher's Role in Problem Solving Approach, Problem Solving Approach : An Example. (7) Planning - An Example : Annual Plan, Lesson Plan, Period Plan (SCERT Format). (8) Concept Mapping - Phases of the Concept Mapping, Uses of Concept Maps. UNIT - VII TEACHING-LEARNING OF HISTORY (1) Continuity and Change Over Time and Historical Construction. (2) Historical Methods. (3) Social Formations in History. (4) Select Issues of Social Change in Indian History. (5) Pedagogical Concerns Regarding Social History. UNIT - VIII TEACHING-LEARNING OF POLITICAL SCIENCE, DEMOCRACY AND DEVELOPMENT (1) What is Politics? (2) Constitutional Vision for a Democratic India, The Working of the Government. (3) Society and Political Processes. (4) Teaching-Learning Strategies. (5) Teaching-Learning Materials. UNIT - IX COMMUNITY RESOURCES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES LABORATORY (1) Learning Resources from Immediate Environment, Pooling of Resources. (2) Using Community Resources - Bringing Community to the Class, Taking Class to the Community : Field Visit - Tourism as Pedagogic Experience. (3) Social Sciences Kits. (4) Laboratory as a Learning Resource - Approaches to Laboratory Work, Planning and Organizing Laboratory Work, Working in Group in the Laboratory, Motivating Students to Maintain the Regular Record of Laboratory Work, Cartography. (5) Handling Hurdles in Utilization of Resources - Overcoming Underutilization of Resources.
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