Academic Program

Three Years Bachelor Course

FACULTY OF EDUCATION

TRIBHUVAN UNIVERSITY

KIRTIPUR, KATHMANDU, NEPAL

 

 

 

 

 

Three Year Bachelor in Education Programme

 

 

First Year

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

OFFICE OF THE DEAN

Faculty of Education

September, 2013


Preface

The Dean’s Office, Faculty of Education (FOE) is happy to publish the revised courses of B. Ed. first year programme which has been implemented since the year 2008. Prior to the revision of the courses, national workshops were conducted for the selection of the contents. Based on the conclusions of the national workshop, the old courses were revised and updated. All the courses were disseminated in five regions of the country to the faculty members and their feedback were collected before the implementation of the course. The revised courses are different from the old ones in many respects. The salient features of the courses are as follows.

·        Uniformity in the physical format in all the courses is maintained.

·        In addition to the general objective, specific objectives for each course are also given.

·        Specific objectives and contents are given in the tabular form, which facilitate matching of contents with the objectives to be fulfilled.

·        Approximate time for the completion of every unit is given.

·         Instructional techniques are clearly mentioned. They are:

      (a) General instructional techniques which are applicable to all units, and

      (b) Specific instructional techniques for specific units.

·         Uniformity in the evaluation scheme is followed across all the courses.

·         To ensure uniformity in the classroom teaching, recommended books and references relevant for the units of the course are mentioned.

 

We take this opportunity to thank all those who contributed for the revision of the old courses. First of all, we would like to extend our heartfelt gratefulness to the National Centre for Education Development (NCED), Sanothimi without whose financial assistance course revision of this extent might not have been possible. We express our sincere gratitude to all the Chairperson of different Subject Committees and their team who revised the courses with their untiring zeal. Thanks are also due to the Staff of the Dean’s Office for their technical support. Specially, we would like to admit that the credit for all the good things in the revised courses go to the different subject teams who prepare them. The courses are in your hand and the Dean’ Office is open to your comments and suggestions for improving the courses.

Finally, we would like to extend our sincere gratitude to the Faculty Board, FOE and the Academic Council, TU for providing approval to implement the revised courses of B.Ed.

 

Prof. Dr. Prakash Man Shrestha

                   Dean

Faculty of Education, Tribhuvan University

Kirtipur

 

 

Table of Contents

 


 

 

Ppage

1

      Preface

ii

2

      Introduction

1

3

      Aims and objectives

1

4

      Entry Requirement

3

5

     Structure of the Programme

4

6

     Course cycles

6

7

     Duration of the Courses and Instructional Hours

7

8

    Communication Skills

 

       8.1

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16

       8.2

     General English

20

9

    Education Foundation (core) course

23

10

    Specialization Areas

 

     10.1

    Nepali Language Education

29

     10.2

     English Language Education

40

     10.3

     Economics Education

50

     10.4

     Geography Education

62

     10.5

     Health and Physical Education

72

     10.6

     History Education

84

     10.7

    ICTE  Education

95

    10.8

    Math Education

108

    10.9

    Population Education

118

   10.10

   Political Science Education

128

   10.11

   Science Education

137

   10.12

  Vocational Education

 

10.12.1

Business Education

155

10.12.2

Home Science

168

10.12.3

Industrial Education

178

10.13

Education

191

 


Three Years Bachelor of Education

1.1       Introduction

Faculty of Education (FoE), Tribhuvan University (TU) has been playing an important role in producing trained school teachers and educational human resources for the development of education in the country. The Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) is a three-year pre-service teacher qualification programme designed for effective teacher preparation in the current socio-political context. The programme aims to develop capacities and competencies required for the teachers working in lower secondary and secondary schools. It focuses on both the knowledge of the contents of specific disciplines as well as the pedagogical skills that are essential to be competent teachers for schools. Therefore, B.Ed. curricula consist of professional courses dealing with pedagogical knowledge and skills, and specialization courses dealing with the knowledge and skills to teach different subjects such as Nepali, English, Mathematics, Science, Health and Physical Education, Population Education, History, Geography, Economics, Political Science, Home Science, Business Education, Industrial Education, Educational Planning & Management, and Information & Communication Technology Education. These courses have been designed in line with the National School Curriculum. Successful completion of this programme by students provides them with a recognized academic qualification which enables them to apply for teacher registration/license in Nepal. 

FoE introduced Three-year B.Ed. Programme in 1996 with the new curricula having one subject specialization. Curricula were revised and have been being implemented since 2008. The structure, objectives and contents of the revised courses, and eligibility criteria for the admission are presented in this publication for a wider circulation among students, teachers and campuses.

1.2       Aims and objectives

The three-year B.Ed. Programme aims to developed skilled and committed school teachers and educational professionals who have subject specific knowledge and pedagogical skills.

The major objectives of the programme are as follows:

·         To prepare professionally qualified teachers required for the secondary schools of Nepal,

·         To develop professionally trained and qualified human resources in the field of educational management, educational Policy and supervision,

·         To provide students with appropriate knowledge, skills and attitudes in the area of specialization.

1.3       Terminal Objectives

More specifically, upon completion of this three-year B.Ed. programme, the graduate is expected to be able:

§  To describe and explain the nature and concept of education and its philosophical, sociological, psychological, historical and scientific bases;

§  To explain the modern trends and issues related to curriculum development and the mechanism for its dissemination;

§  To develop and demonstrate strong communication skills

§  To demonstrate knowledge and skills of classroom management practices

§  To develop and use suitable evaluation techniques for the assessment of pupil's progress;

§  To identify and use the appropriate learning process of the students in teaching;

§  To plan lessons and teach the students using suitable methods and techniques in the classroom;

§  To prepare and use teaching aids (instructional materials) from locally available materials;

§  To perform responsibilities competently as teacher, supervisor or educational administrator;

§  To acquire an in-depth knowledge of the subject-matter needed for teaching his/her specialized area;

§  To demonstrate a positive attitude towards his/her professional growth and for further learning and

§  To identify the learning problems of weaker students and help them with various remedial measures overcome their difficulties.

 

 

 

1.4       Entry Requirement

Students with   Higher Secondary Graduate (grade 12 pass) qualification or Proficiency Certificate Level (PCL) or equivalent to grade 12 qualification are eligible for the admission. However, they need specific qualification for the admission in different specialization subject which are as follows:

1.      Nepali Education

·         grade 12 or PCL with Nepali major containing at least 200 marks

2.      English Education

·         Specialization in English or Linguistics at PCL or grade 12

or

·         50% marks obtained in General English at PCL or grade 12

and

·         Candidates must pass the Entrance Examination conducted by the English Department

3.      Mathematics Education

·         PCL or grade 12 with Mathematics Major containing at least 200 marks

4.      Science Education

·         PCL or grade 12 with Physics, Chemistry and Biology subjects with at least 100 full marks in each subject

5.      Health and Physical Education

·         grade 12 with Health & Physical Education without physical and mental disability

or

·         Participation in an interschool competition in any one major event in a district free from physical and mental disability,

or

·         PCL or grade 12 with Science, Population, Home Science or Nursing as a subject without physical and mental disability

·         PCL or grade 12 without health and physical education background must pass the physical fitness related entrance test conducted by the Department.

 

6.      Population Education

·         PCL or grade 12 with Population Studies or Geography or Economics or Health and Physical Education of Community Health or Science or Mathematics or Home Science or Civics or Social Service or Nursing or Commerce.

7.      Geography Education, Economics Education, Political Science Education and History Education

·         PCL or grade 12 or its equivalent from any Faculty

8.      ICT Education

·         PCL or grade 12  or its equivalent from any Faculty

9.      Business Education

·         PCL or grade 12  or its equivalent from any Faculty

10.  Home Science Education

·         PCL or grade 12 or its equivalent from any Faculty

11.  Industrial Education

·         PCL or grade 12 or its equivalent from any Faculty

12.  Education

·         PCL or grade 12 or its equivalent from any Faculty

1.5       Structure of the Programme

The B.Ed. programme under FoE extends across three years. There are altogether 15 papers, each carries 100 marks and they are divided into four major groups ˗ group 'A' Communication Skills; group 'B' Educational Foundation; group 'C' Specialization and group 'D' Elective. Out of the 15 papers, two papers on communication skills in English and Nepali are offered in the first year as compulsory subjects. In group 'B' four paper on foundation (core) courses including teaching practice are offered in the first, second and third year. These courses are obligatory for all students irrespective what subject they take as specialization. In group 'C' six papers on subject areas including method of teaching are offered as specialization areas. There are several specialization subject areas which students select according to their interest and their study background. Out of three papers in group 'D', two papers are offered as elective subjects as prescribed by the concerned Subject Committee and one paper is interdisciplinary in nature and students are free to choose one interdisciplinary paper they like.

 

Table 1:    Course structure

S.N.

Nature of the Course

Full Marks

1st Year

2nd Year

3rd Year

1

Communication skill

200

200

-

 

2

Professional Core Areas

400

100

200

100

3

Specialization

600

200

300

100

4

Elective  I

200

-

-

200

5

Elective  II (Interdisciplinary)

100

-

-

100

 

Total

1500

500

500

500

 

                                                                              Total Weightage                    1500 Marks

  1. Communication Skill (Group A)                                                                 200 Marks

Nep. 301         Compulsory Nepali                             100

Eng. Ed. 311   General English                                   100

  1. Foundation (Professional Core course) (Group B)                                    400 Marks

Ed. 301           Philosophical and Sociological           100

Foundations of Education       

Ed. 313           Educational Psychology                     100

Ed.314                        Curriculum and Evaluation                 100

Ed. 398/399    Teaching Practice or Practicum           100

  1. Specialization (Group C)                                                                             600 Marks

The following courses for the three-year B.Ed. programme will be offered: With six papers in each areas of specialization.

§  Nepali Language Education

§  English Language Education

§  Math Education

§  Science Education

§  Health and Physical Education

§  Information and Communication Technology Education

§  Social studies: History, Economics, Political Science and Geography Education

§  Vocational Education:  Business Education, Industrial Education and Home Science Education

§  Education

  1. Electives (Group D)                                                                                      300 Marks

4.1  Elective I: Two courses will be offered from any subject areas as prescribed by the concerned Subject Committee.                                               200 Marks

4.2  Elective II: One course from interdisciplinary areas         100 Marks

1.6       Course Cycle

First Year:          Nep. Ed.301           Compulsory Nepali

                       Eng. Ed. 311          General English

     Ed. 312                  Philosophical and Sociological Foundation of  Education

                        Specialization I

                        Specialization II

Second Year:                  Ed. 313                  Educational Psychology

                            Ed. 314                   Curriculum and Evaluation

                                                             Specialization III

                                                             Specialization IV

                                                             Specialization   VI

Third Year                                         Specialization V

                                                             Elective I

                                                             Elective II

                                                            Interdisciplinary

                                                             Ed. 398 Teaching Practice /Ed. 399 Practicum          Note: Specialization I, II, III, IV & VI refer to the code number of specialization subjects sequentially arranged in curriculum.

1.7       Duration of the Courses and Instructional Hours

§  Three academic years

§  Effective teaching days in one academic year will be 150 (excluding days for examination and admission)

§  One paper of 100 marks will be taught for 6 periods a week

§  Teaching hours per week will be 36 (6 periods x 6 days)

§  Seventy percent attendance in each of the papers is compulsory

1.8       Types of Teaching/Learning Activities

The courses are designed in such a way that students are not just lectured at but are required to do library work, group work project work, case studies, survey, paper presentation, seminars, etc. In addition to these, there is student teaching practice in the third year of the course. It is an obligatory requirement in which each student is placed in a secondary school to carry out this assignment as internship. It is an opportunity to practice what they have learned on the campus during their course works.

1.9 Division

In order to earn Bachelor's degree a student must pass each required course for this level.

Pass                                   35% marks and above

Second Division                45% marks and above

First Division                    60% marks and above

Distinction                                    80% marks and above

 

 

 

 

 

 

1.10     Course of Study

Level                                 :  Bachelor of Education

Requirement                      Grade 12  and Proficiency Certificate Level or equivalent level Duration                      :  Three Years 

Table 2:  Courses offered in the first year, second year and third year

Group and Code No.

Course Title

Full Marks

Year

Group A

Communication Skills

 

1st Year

Nep. 301

Compulsory Nepali

100

1st Year

Eng. Ed 311

General English

100

1st Year

Group C

Educational Foundation

(Core course)

 

 

Ed. 312

Philosophical and Sociological Foundations of Education       

100

1st Year

Ed. 313

Educational Psychology

100

2nd Year

Ed. 314

Curriculum and Evaluation

100

2nd Year

Ed. 398/399

 Teaching Practice or Practicum

100

3rd Year

Group C

Specialization Course

 

 

 

Nepali Language Education

 

 

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3rd Year

 

English Language Education

 

 

Eng. Ed. 316

Foundations of Language and Linguistics

100

1st Year

Eng. Ed. 317

Reading, Writing and Critical Thinking

100

1st Year

Eng. Ed. 321

English for Communication

100

2nd Year

Eng.Ed.322

Expanding Horizon in English

100

2nd Year

Eng. Ed. 391

English Language Teaching Methods

100

2nd Year

Eng. Ed. 331

Literature for Language Development

100

3rd Year

Specialization

Health and Physical Education

 

 

HPEd. 316

Foundation of Health

100

1st Year

HPEd. 317

Foundations of Physical Education

100

1st Year

HPEd. 321

Fundamentals of Public Health

100

2nd Year

HPEd. 322

Sports Science and Games

100

2nd Year

HPEd. 391

Teaching Health and Physical Education and School Health Program                                                                    

100

2nd Year

HPE 331

Sports Training and Evaluation in Physical Education

100

3rd Year

Specialization

Mathematics Education

 

 

Math Ed. 316

Foundation of Mathematics    

100

1st Year

Math Ed. 317

Calculus    

100

1st Year

Math Ed. 321

Geometry

100

2nd Year

Math Ed. 322

Real Analysis

100

2nd Year

Math Ed. 391

Teaching Mathematics

100

2nd Year

Math Ed. 331

Algebra and Vector Analysis

100

3rd Year

Specialization

Science Education

 

 

Sc. Ed. 316

Biology I

100

1st Year

Sc. Ed. 317

Chemistry I

100

1st Year

Sc. Ed. 321                                 

Physics I

100

2nd Year

Sc.  Ed. 322

Biology II 

100

2nd Year

Sc.Ed.391

Methods of Teaching Science at Secondary School.

100

2nd Year

Sc.Ed.390

Science Curriculum Practical Activities

100

2nd Year

Sc. Ed 331

Chemistry II   

100

3rd Year

Specialization

Population Education

 

 

Pop. Ed. 316

Foundation of Population Education

100

1st Year

Pop. Ed. 317  

Population Dynamics and Quantitative Techniques

100

1st Year

Pop Ed. 321

Community and Reproductive Health

100

2nd Year

Pop. Ed. 322

Population and Environment Education

100

2nd Year

Pop.Ed. 391 

Methods of Teaching Population Education      

100

2nd Year

Pop. Ed. 331

Quality of Life

100

3rd Year

Specialization

Economics Education

 

 

Eco. Ed. 316

Economic Analysis 

100

1st Year

Eco. Ed. 317

Nepalese Economics and Quantitative Techniques

100

1st Year

Eco. Ed. 321

Government Finance, Financial System and International Trade

100

2nd Year

Eco. Ed. 322

Economics of Development and Education

100

2nd Year

Eco.Ed.391

Method of Teaching Economics

100

2nd Year

Eco. Ed. 331

Population Studies                                     

100

3rd Year

Specialization

Geography Education

 

 

Geo. Ed. 316

Physical Geography

100

1st Year

Geo. Ed. 317

Human Geography

100

1st Year

Geo. Ed. 321

Geography of Asia and Nepal

100

2nd Year

Geo. Ed. 322

Geographic Techniques

100

2nd Year

Geo. Ed. 391

 Methods of Teaching Geography

100

2nd Year

Geog. Ed. 331

Population and Environmental Geography  

100

3rd Year

Specialization

History Education

 

 

Hist. Ed. 316                                                                  

Ancient and Medieval History of Nepal          

100

1st Year

Hist. Ed. 317  

Modern Nepal        

100

1st Year

Hist Ed. 321

History of Modern India

100

2nd Year

Hist Ed. 322

History of Modern Europe

100

2nd Year

Hist. Ed. 391

Method of Teaching History

100

2nd Year

Hist. Ed. 331

History of Modern China and Japan

100

3rd Year

Specialization

Political Science Education

 

 

Pol. Sc. Ed. 316

Political Thinkers

100

1st Year

Pol. Sc. Ed. 317

Political Analysis

100

1st Year

Pol. Sc. Ed. 321

Government & Politics of Nepal

100

2nd Year

Pol. Sc. Ed. 322

International Politics and International Relations

100

2nd Year

Pol. Sc. Ed. 391

Method of Teaching Political Science

100

2nd Year

Pol. Sc. Ed. 331

Comparative Government

100

3rd Year

 

ICT Education

 

 

ICT. Ed.316

Computer Fundamentals & Programming

100

1st Year

ICT Ed. 317

Basic Hardware, Software & C-Programming

100

1st Year

ICTEd 321

MIS, Data Structure and Recent Technologies

100

2nd Year

ICT Ed 322

Communication and Cyber Law

100

2nd Year

ICTEd 391

Teaching ICT and Object Oriented Programming & Database

100

2nd Year

ICTEd 331

Graphics, Numerical Methods, and Software Project Management

100

3rd Year

 

Vocational Education

(Any one of the following groups)

 

 

Group a.

Business Education

 

 

Bus. Ed. 301

Office Management and Typing

100

1st Year

Bus. Ed. 302

Office Practice and Auditing

100

1st Year

Bus. Ed. 303

Business and Government Accounting

100

2nd Year

Bus. Ed. 304

Advance-Accounting

100

2nd Year

Bus. Ed. 390

Methods of Teaching Business Education

100

2nd Year

Bus. Ed. 305

Business Management

100

3rd Year

Group b.

Industrial Education

 

 

Ind. Ed. 301

Fundamentals of Drafting & Building Construction

100

1st Year

Ind. Ed. 302

Fundamentals of Wood and Wooden Instructional Material

100

1st Year

Ind. Ed. 303

Fundamentals of Electrical and Mechanical Technology

100

2nd Year

Ind.Ed.304                                  

Introduction to Vocational Education

100

2nd Year

Ind. Ed. 305

Industrial Applied Math

100

3rd Year

Group c.

Home Science Education

 

 

H.Sc. Ed. 301

Home Management and Child Care

100

1st Year

H.Sc. Ed. 302

Textile and Clothing

100

1st Year

H.Sc. Ed. 303

Food and Nutrition

100

2nd Year

H.Sc. Ed. 304

Clothing Construction of Tailoring

100

2nd Year

H.Sc. Ed. 390

Method of Teaching Home Science

100

2nd Year

H.Sc. Ed. 305

Advance Nutrition

100

3rd Year

 

Education (specialization)

 

 

Ed 316                                                                      

Educational Planning and Management          

100

1st Year

Ed 317

Educational Technology 

100

1st Year

Ed. 323

Development of Education in Nepal

100

2nd Year

 

Any one of the following group

 

 

Group a.

Early Childhood Development (ECD)

 

 

ECD. Ed.321

Foundation of Early Childhood Development

100

2nd Year

ECD. Ed. 322

Early Childhood Development Methodology

100

2nd Year

Ed. 323

Development of Education in Nepal

100

2nd Year

ECD. Ed. 331

Project Work in ECD

100

3rd Year

Group b.

Educational Planning and Management (EPM)

 

 

Ed. Mgt. 321

Educational Administration

100

2nd Year

Ed. Mgt. 322

Educational Supervision

100

2nd Year

Ed. 323

Development of Education in Nepal

100

2nd Year

Ed. Mgt. 331

Project Work in Education Management

100

3rd Year

Group c.

Non-formal education

 

 

NF Ed. 321

Non Formal Education: Theories and Practices

100

2nd Year

NF Ed. 322

Non-Formal Education Methodology

100

2nd Year

Ed. 323

Development of Education in Nepal

100

2nd Year

NF Ed. 331

Project work in NFE

100

3rd Year

 

Elective and Interdisciplinary (Third Year Course)

English Education (Compulsory for English Specialization)

Group A

1.      Eng. Ed. 333 English for Mass Communication  

                                    or              

Eng. Ed. 334  English for Business Communication

                 

Group B  

2.      Eng. Ed. 335 Academic Writing  

                                      or               

Eng. Ed. 336 Introduction  to Translation Theory and Practice

                              or                        

Eng. Ed. 337  Teaching English  to Young Learners

 

Nepali Education

For Nepali Specialization

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Science Education (Compulsory for Science Specialization any Two Subjects)

1.      Sc. Ed. 333 Physics II

2.      Sc. Ed. 334 Biology III

3.      Sc. Ed. 335 Chemistry III  

 

Health and Physical Education

For Health and Physical Education Specialization  (Any One Group)

Group A

1.       HP. Ed. 333 Administration and Supervision in Physical Education

2.       HP. Ed. 334 Research and Project Meet in Physical Education

Group B

1.       HP. Ed. 335 Administration and Management in School Health Education

2.       HP. Ed. 336 Community Health Survey

 

For Non- Health and Physical Education Specialization  (Any One Group)

Group A

1.      HP. Ed. 316  Foundation of Health Education

2.      HP. Ed. 335 Administration and Management in School Health Education

Or

HP. Ed. 336 Community Health Survey

Group B

1.      HP. Ed. 317 Foundation of Physical Education

2.      HP. Ed. 333 Administration and Supervision in Physical Education

Or

HP. Ed. 334 Research and Project Meet in Physical Education

Political Science Education (For Non-Political Science Specialization)

Pol. Sc. Ed. 316 Political Thinkers

Pol. Sc. Ed. 317Political Analysis

Geography Education (For Non-Geography Education Specialization)

Geo. Ed. 316 Physical Geography

Geo. Ed. 317 Human Geography

History Education (For Non-History Education Specialization)

Hist. Ed.316 Ancient and Medieval History of Nepal   

Hist. Ed. 317Modern Nepal     

Economics Education (For Non-Economics Education Specialization)

Eco. Ed. 316 Economic Analysis

Eco. Ed. 317 Nepalese Economics and Quantitative Techniques

Population Education ((For Non-Population Education Specialization)

1.      Pop. Ed. 316 Foundation of Population Education

2.      Pop. Ed. 321 Community and Reproductive Health        

                  or

Pop. Ed. 322Population and Environment Education

Education- EPM (For Non-EPM  Specialization)

1.      Ed. Mgt. 321 Educational Administration

                  or

Ed. Mgt. 322 Educational Supervision

2.      Ed. Mgt. 331 Project Work

Education- Non-formal

NF. Ed. 321 Non Formal Education: Theories and Practices

NF. Ed. 322 Non-Formal Education Methodology

 

 

Education- ECD

ECD. Ed 321 Foundation of Early Childhood Development

ECD. ED. 322 Early Childhood Development Methodology

Mathematics and Computer Science Education (Any One Group)

                        Group A

Math Ed. 333 Advanced Calculus

Math Ed. 334 Differential Equations and Number Theory

                        Group B

ICT. Ed. 311 Computer Fundamentals & Programming

ICT. Ed. 312 Basic Hardware, Software & C-Programming

 

Interdisciplinary (Any One)

Eng. Ed. 321 English for Communication

Sc. Ed. 338 Environmental Education Non- Science Specialization

Sc. Ed. 339 Environmental Education–Only for Science Specialization

Pop. Ed. 338 Basic of Population Education (Only for Non-Population Specialization)

ECD. Ed 321 Foundation of Early Childhood Development

P. Ed. 301 Foundation of Primary Education

P. Ed. 302 Primary Education in Nepal

Sp. Ed.301 Special Education

NF. Ed. 321 Non Formal Education: Theories and Practices

Soc.St.Ed.338 Teaching Social Studies

Bus. Ed. 308 Office Organization and Management

H. Sc. 308 Management for Better Home

Eco. Ed.322 Economics of Development and Education

Ind. Ed. 310 Design and Drafting

Eco. Ed. 322 Economics of Development and Education

ICT Ed. 311 Computer Fundamentals and Programming

Math Ed. 316 Foundation of Mathematics

SJ. Ed. 338 Social Justice Education