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Content cum Methodology              Workshop14 January 2013   Prof. Priya Kale   1
Phase – I1.         Preparation of structure2.         Analysis of Syllabus3.         Analysis of textbook4.         Conte...
Preparation if the                       structure  Importance of the subject  Meaning, Definition, Concept, Natureof CCM ...
All the Best!!14 January 2013         Prof. Priya Kale   4
Analysis of Syllabus:14 January 2013   Prof. Priya Kale   5
Introduction                  What is Syllabus?                   Introduction of Syllabus                   Importance of...
Branches           Concentri Linear               Mixed                   cAncient            History of                  ...
Conclusion:- How syllabus should  be designed in   your own  words14 January 2013    Prof. Priya Kale   8
Objectives of Syllabus• Correlation between objectives & Units:                  Objectives                Units14 January...
Analysis of Syllabus with referenceto core elements & valuesSr. No             Unit   Sub Unit Core     Values            ...
Weightage of Units According        to Branches• Formula:=• Weightage= No of Units / Total  no of Units 10014 January 2013...
Sr. No             Branches       Units          Weightage1                  Ancient        32                  Medieval  ...
All the Best!!14 January 2013         Prof. Priya Kale   13
Analysis of Textbook14 January 2013   Prof. Priya Kale   15
IntroductionNeed & Importance of SubjectImportance of Textbook14 January 2013   Prof. Priya Kale   16
Arrangements of units as per the         objectives                  Sr.No   Objectives           Units14 January 2013    ...
Conclusion: All objectives re fulfilled by the textbook or need to add or remove some topics.14 January 2013   Prof. Priya...
Characteristics of textbook:-  1st page: introduction  Pictures  Content  Pledge / Preamble14 January 2013   Prof. Priya K...
Speciality of the textbook:-  whatever is unique:  eg Maths: sums  English: Puzzles  Geography: Maps  Science: Diagrams14 ...
Preparation of textbook according to age:Eg; 9th std: abstract thinking, inclusion of pictures, maps, references, home ass...
Arrangement of content in logical sequence  Linking between 2 topics  correlation between 2 topics14 January 2013   Prof. ...
Easy LanguageDiagramsNature of questions14 January 2013   Prof. Priya Kale   23
Arrangements of units as per the          Syllabus                  Sr No   Syllabus              Textbook14 January 2013 ...
Front coverColour, size, diagrams belong to chapter, title of the book, pictures, world map14 January 2013    Prof. Priya ...
Printing:-Comment upon the price14 January 2013   Prof. Priya Kale   26
Weightage of each chapter         According to pages              allotted     Formula:      Weightage= No of pages / Tota...
Sr. No unit               Pages          Weightage                          allotted123    14 January 2013   Prof. Priya K...
Conclusion:Overall impression of the textbook14 January 2013   Prof. Priya Kale   29
All the Best!!14 January 2013         Prof. Priya Kale   30
Content Analysis14 January 2013   Prof. Priya Kale   31
Concept meaning Need importance of content analysis14 January 2013   Prof. Priya Kale   32
Name of the unit                  Subunit                  Objectives                  Concepts/ new words/ phrases       ...
N     Unit    Sub     Objectives   Concept /   Principles         Method   Core       Values   Generalizationo            ...
All the Best!!14 January 2013         Prof. Priya Kale   35
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  1. 1. Content cum Methodology Workshop14 January 2013 Prof. Priya Kale 1
  2. 2. Phase – I1. Preparation of structure2. Analysis of Syllabus3. Analysis of textbook4. Content Analysis Phase – Ii5. Preparation of 2 lesson plans of 2 different standards6. Preparation of 2 lesson plans by 2 different methods7. Conduct of lesson14 January 2013 Prof. Priya Kale 2
  3. 3. Preparation if the structure Importance of the subject Meaning, Definition, Concept, Natureof CCM Introduction Meaning, Definition, Concept, Natureof the Structure Need & Importance of the Structure Structure of the Subject (Maths, Sci, Eco, Geo, Hist, Eng, Mar) 14 January 2013 Prof. Priya Kale 3
  4. 4. All the Best!!14 January 2013 Prof. Priya Kale 4
  5. 5. Analysis of Syllabus:14 January 2013 Prof. Priya Kale 5
  6. 6. Introduction What is Syllabus? Introduction of Syllabus Importance of Syllabus14 January 2013 Prof. Priya Kale 6
  7. 7. Branches Concentri Linear Mixed cAncient History of Man Civilizations Harappa, Egypt, SindhuMedieval Battle of Shivaji’s Freedom Kingdom American RevolutionModern 14 January 2013 Prof. Priya Kale World : new 7
  8. 8. Conclusion:- How syllabus should be designed in your own words14 January 2013 Prof. Priya Kale 8
  9. 9. Objectives of Syllabus• Correlation between objectives & Units: Objectives Units14 January 2013 Prof. Priya Kale Conclusion 9
  10. 10. Analysis of Syllabus with referenceto core elements & valuesSr. No Unit Sub Unit Core Values elements Conclusion 14 January 2013 Prof. Priya Kale 10
  11. 11. Weightage of Units According to Branches• Formula:=• Weightage= No of Units / Total no of Units 10014 January 2013 Prof. Priya Kale 11
  12. 12. Sr. No Branches Units Weightage1 Ancient 32 Medieval 43 Modern 2 Conclusion 14 January 2013 Prof. Priya Kale 12
  13. 13. All the Best!!14 January 2013 Prof. Priya Kale 13
  14. 14. Analysis of Textbook14 January 2013 Prof. Priya Kale 15
  15. 15. IntroductionNeed & Importance of SubjectImportance of Textbook14 January 2013 Prof. Priya Kale 16
  16. 16. Arrangements of units as per the objectives Sr.No Objectives Units14 January 2013 Prof. Priya Kale Conclusion 17
  17. 17. Conclusion: All objectives re fulfilled by the textbook or need to add or remove some topics.14 January 2013 Prof. Priya Kale 18
  18. 18. Characteristics of textbook:- 1st page: introduction Pictures Content Pledge / Preamble14 January 2013 Prof. Priya Kale 19
  19. 19. Speciality of the textbook:- whatever is unique: eg Maths: sums English: Puzzles Geography: Maps Science: Diagrams14 January 2013 Prof. Priya Kale 20
  20. 20. Preparation of textbook according to age:Eg; 9th std: abstract thinking, inclusion of pictures, maps, references, home assignments etc14 January 2013 Prof. Priya Kale 21
  21. 21. Arrangement of content in logical sequence Linking between 2 topics correlation between 2 topics14 January 2013 Prof. Priya Kale 22
  22. 22. Easy LanguageDiagramsNature of questions14 January 2013 Prof. Priya Kale 23
  23. 23. Arrangements of units as per the Syllabus Sr No Syllabus Textbook14 January 2013 Prof. Priya Kale 24
  24. 24. Front coverColour, size, diagrams belong to chapter, title of the book, pictures, world map14 January 2013 Prof. Priya Kale 25
  25. 25. Printing:-Comment upon the price14 January 2013 Prof. Priya Kale 26
  26. 26. Weightage of each chapter According to pages allotted Formula: Weightage= No of pages / Total no of pages 10014 January 2013 Prof. Priya Kale 27
  27. 27. Sr. No unit Pages Weightage allotted123 14 January 2013 Prof. Priya Kale 28
  28. 28. Conclusion:Overall impression of the textbook14 January 2013 Prof. Priya Kale 29
  29. 29. All the Best!!14 January 2013 Prof. Priya Kale 30
  30. 30. Content Analysis14 January 2013 Prof. Priya Kale 31
  31. 31. Concept meaning Need importance of content analysis14 January 2013 Prof. Priya Kale 32
  32. 32. Name of the unit Subunit Objectives Concepts/ new words/ phrases Principles Method Core elements Values Generalization14 January 2013 Prof. Priya Kale 33
  33. 33. N Unit Sub Objectives Concept / Principles Method Core Values Generalizationo unit New Word/ elements Phrases 14 January 2013 Prof. Priya Kale 34
  34. 34. All the Best!!14 January 2013 Prof. Priya Kale 35

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