Meghalaya TET Syllabus 2021: Subject Wise Syllabus & Exam Pattern For Paper 1, 2

Meghalaya TET Syllabus 2021: The directorate of Educational Research and Training (Meghalaya) is responsible to conduct the Meghalaya TET exam. Meghalaya TET is a teaching eligibility exam for teaching in Meghalaya State schools. Meghalaya TET comprises two papers. Meghalaya TET Paper-I is held for classes I to V Teacher. Meghalaya TET Paper-II is held for VI to VIII Teacher. For the best preparation, the eligible candidate has to go through the Meghalaya TET Syllabus and Exam Pattern. Candidates can download the Meghalaya TET 2021 Syllabus PDF of Paper 1 & Paper 2 from the direct links mentioned below. :

Meghalaya TET Application Form 2021(Postponed): Exam Date, Admit Card

Meghalaya TET 2021: Exam Pattern

Meghalaya TET Paper I (for Classes I to V) Primary Stage: 
S.No. Subjects
No. of Questions
Marks
1
Child Development and Pedagogy
30
30
2
Language I (compulsory)-Khasi/Garo/Assamese/Bengali/Hindi/Nepali
30
30
3
Language II (compulsory) – English
30
30
4
Mathematics
30
30
5
Environmental Studies
30
30
Total
150
150
Meghalaya TET Paper-II (for Classes VI to VIII) Elementary Stage: 
S. No. Subjects
No. of Questions
Marks
1
Child Development and Pedagogy
30
30
2
Language I (compulsory)-Khasi/Garo/Assamese/Bengali/Hindi/Nepali
30
30
3
Language II (compulsory)- English
30
30
4
Mathematics & Science
Or Social Studies/Social Science
60
60
Total
150
150

Note: Mathematics & Science- 30 MCQs each -60 Marks Or Social Studies/Social Science -60 MCQs -60 Marks (for Social Studies/Social Science teacher). There is no penalty for any wrong answers.

Meghalaya TET Syllabus 2021 For Paper 1

CHILD DEVELOPMENT AND PEDAGOGY 

S. No. Topic Marks
1. Understanding Development 5
2. Aspects of Development 5
3. Gender Development 3
4. Methods of child study 3
5. Inclusive Education and Children with Special Needs (CWSN) 4
6. Learning and Pedagogy 5
7. Assessment of students Performance 5
Total 30
  1. Understanding Development
  • Concept of Development
  • Development is continuous and a lifelong process.
  • Stages of Development with respect from infancy to Childhood stage.
  • Development of Children in a socio – cultural context.
  1. Aspects of Development
  • Physical and Motor Development.
  • Cognitive Development.
  • Social and Emotional Development.
  • Moral development.
  1. Gender Development
  • Concept of Gender and sex.
  • Gender socialization and stereotypes.
  • Gender inequality (Gender bias and educational Practices).
  1. Methods of child study
  • Naturalistic and participant observation.
  • Case study
  • Reflective journals.
  • Student portfolio.
  • Anecdotal records.
  1. Inclusive Education and Children with Special Needs (CWSN)
  • Concepts, meaning of Inclusive Education.
  • Difference between Integrated and Inclusive Education.
  • Understanding Disability and types of Disability.
  • Understanding exceptional students (Talented, Creative, Slow learners, and Under – Achievers).
  1. Learning and Pedagogy
  • Concept of teaching and learning (Factors affecting learning).
  • Basic learning styles (Audio, Visual and Tactile/kinesthetic learners).
  • How students learn (observation, inquiry etc)
  • Teaching Skills and activities.
  • Steps of preparation of teaching (Pre-teaching, Transaction of lesson and Post teaching including teaching plans/lesson plans).
  • Approaches to learning and teaching (Teacher Centered Approach ,Learners Centered approach, Constructivist approach)
  1. Assessment of students Performance
  • Formative and Summative Assessment.
  • School Based Assessment (SBA).
  • Assessment for Learning and Assessment of Learning.
  • Techniques and tools of SBA including Activity Based Assessment.
  • Different types of Questions.
  • Assessment and Remedial Measures.

M.I.L (Hindi) 

S. No. Topic Marks
1. काव्य 5
2. कहानी और निबंध 10
3. व्याकरण और रचना 15
कुल 30

ईकाई I

काव्य :

  1. विनती
  2. पुष्प की अभिलाषा

ईकाई II

कहानी और निबंध :

  1. आदमी का लालाछी
  2. हमारा नगर शिलांग

ईकाई III

व्याकरण और रचना :

  1. स्वर, व्यंजन और मात्रायें
  2. लिंग, वचन, काल
  3. विलोम शब्द
  4. पर्यायवाची शब्द

LANGUAGE II (English) (Paper – I)

S. No. Topic Marks
1. Oral Language Development 6
2. Reading for meaning 5
3. Writing to Learn 6
4. Knowledge about Language 9
5. INTERNSHIP 4
Total 30
  1. Proficiency in English

Purpose of Learning Language – Focus on the Different Language Skills

  1. Oral Language Development
  • Listening with Comprehension (simple instructions, classroom discussion, poetry recitation, newspaper reading, stories, films, note – taking)
  • Speaking effectively (Speak fluently with confident – expressing, summarizing, analyzing, critiquing, opinion – building)
  1. Reading for meaning
  • Reading with understanding – Reading across the Curriculum (Different types of Texts – Use of Dictionary, Encyclopaedia, Internet, newspapers, magazines, notice,  advertisements, stories, poems, plays, riddles, jokes, instructions for games)
  • Audience performance reading
  1. Writing to Learn
  • Writing with a Sense of Purpose – Write meaningfully (Different forms of Writing – question – answer, letters, messages, notices, posters, slogans, labelling of diagrams/ pictures/ illustrations)
  • Expressive writing – Creative writing (stories, poems, dialogues, short to long essays, drama

4. Knowledge about Language

  • Grammar
  • Sentence construction
  • Word meaning

5. INTERNSHIP

  • Textbook Analysis
  • Writing Reports (Assembly, Annual School Sports, School Day, Reflections about learners and their development/performance)

MATHEMATICS (Paper – I)

S. No. Topic Marks
1. Pedagogical Issues 10
2. Content Knowledge 20
Total 30

Pedagogical Issues:

  1. Nature of mathematics – precision and accuracy, abstraction, hierarchical/sequential, patterns and logic.
  2. Inductive reasoning.
  3. Conceptual and procedural knowledge.
  4. Use of games and activities.
  5. Theories of learning mathematics — theories according to Piaget and Skemp.
  6. Issues of learning mathematics (language and mathematics phobia)

Content Knowledge:

  1. Numbers – counting, place value, arithmetic operations
  2. Measurement – length, area, weight, volume, time, money.
  3. Data handling – sorting, classification, frequency distribution and simple graph reading.
  4. Numerical and geometrical pattern.
  5. Simple shapes, spatial understanding, and solids around us.
  6. Fractions and decimals – concept, types, operations and applications.
  7. Percentage and applications

EVS (Paper – I)

S. No. Topic Marks
1. Section – A Pedagogy 15
2. Section – B Content Areas (EVS) 15
Total 30

Section – A Pedagogy  

Unit – I

Nature and Scope , Importance of teaching-learning EVS at primary stage.

Unit – II

Learning objectives of EVS with reference to NCF 2005

Unit – III

Assessment – Types of assessment; Purpose of assessment; Tools and Techniques for assessing EVS

Unit – IV

Learning Resources – (Including local resources)

Unit – V

Approaches to teaching-learning EVS –Observation, Discussion, Projects, Visits, Experiment, Problems solving, Activity Base.

Section – B Content Areas (EVS)

Unit – VI

Natural Resources – Air, water and conservation

Unit – VII

Our Environment – Land and people, plants and animals.

Unit – VIII

Food

Unit – IX

Matter and materials around us

Unit – X

Pollution and control of pollution

Unit – XI

Meghalaya – Physical features, vegetation, climate, wildlife, origin and life of the Khasis and Garos and their occupation.

Unit – XII

North Eastern Region – Physical features.

Meghalaya TET Paper 2 Syllabus

CHILD DEVELOPMENT AND PEDAGOGY 

S. No. Topic Marks
1. Understanding Development 3
2. Aspects of Development 4
3. Gender Development 4
4. Methods of child study 4
5. Inclusive Education and Children with Special Needs (CWSN) 5
6. Learning and Pedagogy 5
7. Assessment of students Performance 5
Total 30
  1. Understanding Development
  • Meaning and Concept of Growth and Development.
  • Developmental characteristic with respect to Childhood and Adolescent stage.
  • Development of Children in a socio-cultural context and its relationship to learning.
  1. Aspects of Development
  • Physical and Motor Development.
  • Cognitive Development. (Piaget’s theory of Cognitive development)
  • Socio-Emotional Development.
  • Moral development (Kohlberg’s theory of moral development)
  1. Gender Development
  • Difference between Gender and sex.
  • Stages of gender development.
  • Stereotypes in the process of gender development.
  • Gender bias and educational Practices.
  • Gender identity in the family and in a matrilineal society.
  1. Methods of child study
  • Cross-sectional, Longitudinal and Case Studies.
  • Naturalistic and participant observation.
  • Reflective journals.
  • Student portfolio.
  • Anecdotal records.
  1. Inclusive Education and Children with Special Needs (CWSN)
  • Concepts, meaning of Inclusive Education.
  • Difference between Integrated and Inclusive Education.
  • Understanding Disability and types of Disability.
  • Barriers and Challenges to Inclusive Education.
  • Inclusive Education and children from different backgrounds (tribal students, under – privilege students, children from low financial background, children of literate parents etc)
  1. Learning and Pedagogy
  • Concept of Learning and factors affecting learning.
  • Information processing approaches (concept of working memory, long term memory, attention, encoding and retrieval).
  • Piaget’s Constructivism (what is learning, relationship between learning and development).
  • Vygotsky’s constructivism
  • Teacher centered vs. Learners Centered approach of Teaching.
  • Teaching skills and activity-based teaching.
  • Steps of preparation of teaching (Pre – teaching, Transaction of lesson, and Post teaching including teaching plans/lesson plans).
  1. Assessment of students Performance
  • Formative and Summative Assessment.
  • School-Based Assessment (SBA).
  • Assessment for Learning and Assessment of Learning.
  • Techniques and tools of School-Based Assessment including Activity Based Assessment.
  • BluePrint and different types of Questions.
  • Assessment and Remedial Measures.

M.I.L (Hindi) 

S. No. Topic Marks
1. काव्य 5
2. कहानी, निबंध और नाटक 10
3. व्याकरण और रचना 15
Total 30

इकाई I काव्य :

  1. वाह देश कौन – सा है
  2. मूल मंत्र
  3. सीखो

इकाई II कहानी, निबंध और नाटक :

  1. धरती में सोना
  2. कारगिल का अमर शहीद कैप्टन नोंगरुम
  3. केकड़े की कथा
  4. ईश्वर जो करता है अच्छा ही करता है

इकाई III व्याकरण और रचना :

  1. संज्ञा, सर्वनाम, विशेष, क्रिया
  2. अनेक शब्दों के बदले एक शब्द
  3. संधि विच्छेद
  4. वाक्य परिचय
  5. मुहवरे और लोकोक्तियां

LANGUAGE II (English)  

S. No. Topic Marks
1. Functional Aspects of Language 3
2. Social Context of Language 3
3. Early Literacy 6
4. Reading 5
5. Writing 5
6. Assessment 2
7. Internship 4
Total 28
  1. Constructivist Approach to Language Learning :

Create awareness about making connections between the child’s language (Home language) and School language inside and outside the classroom

  1. Functional Aspects of Language
  • What is Language?
  • Construct language in different situations
  • Functions of language
  1. Social Context of Language
  • Influence of mother tongue on language learning
  • Multilingual nature of classroom
  • Status of English in India
  1. Early Literacy
  • Oral language development through activities (requests and commands, story – telling, role plays, songs/rhymes/poems, language games & chants)
  • Developmental stages of reading and writing
  • Phonemic awareness
  1. Reading
  • Types of Reading
  • Reading across the curriculum (content and narrative texts)
  • Role of Schema
  • Reading beyond the Textbooks
  1. Writing
  • Process and purpose of writing (sense of audience; writing process rather than product)
  • Composition
  • Making reading and writing connections
  1. Assessment
  • Understanding assessment in a constructivist, process-oriented classroom (ability to respond to content rather than form and structures; using portfolios)
  1. Internship
  • Reflective Journals (writing report
  • Maintain profiles of children

MATHEMATICS (Paper-II)

S. No. Topic Marks
1. Pedagogical Issues 10
2. Content Knowledge 20
Total 30

Pedagogical Issues :

  1. Building blocks of mathematics – definition, axioms, conjecture, proof, and counterexamples.
  2. Problem solving method – a process.
  3. Place of mathematics in the school curriculum.
  4. Learning mathematics outside the classroom.
  5. ICT tools and resources; learning apps and software.
  6. Assessment and evaluation (CCE tools and techniques)

Content Knowledge :

  1. Number System – natural number, whole number, rational numbers and integers.
  2. Prime and composite numbers.
  3. Factors and multiples including LCM & HCF.
  4. Ratio and proportion with applications.
  5. Discount, profit and loss.
  6. Introduction to Algebra.
  7. Variables, coefficient to variables and constants.
  8. Linear equations, algebraic identities e.g. (a ± b)² ; a² – b² and their applications.
  9. Lines, angles, triangles and their properties.
  10. Area and perimeter of triangle, rectangle, parallelogram and circle with applications
  11. Bar Graph, mean, median, mode

SCIENCE (Paper-II)

S. No. Topic Marks
1. Section – A  Pedagogy 15
2. Section – B 15
Total 30

Section – A Pedagogy

Unit – I

Nature of Science – process, characteristics, scientific knowledge, scientific Inquiry, scientific method, scientific attitude.

Unit – II

Learning objectives – Science with reference to NCF 2005

Unit – III

Assessment – Formative and summative, nature of Assessment; use of CCA; recording and reporting; Assessment tools and techniques.

Unit – IV

Approaches to teaching Science – Different methods in teaching-learning Science; observation, experiments, Hands-on Activities, Concept Map, constructivism.

Unit – V

Learning Resources and classroom Transactional Strategies – Use of local resources, Textbooks, ICT, Laboratories, field trip, films, science exhibition, use of locally available resources.

Section – B 

Unit – VI

School Science Concepts – Content Areas

  • Motion
  • Heat
  • Light
  • Electricity
  • Plants and Animals Cell
  • Respiration in plants and animals
  • Living and non – living things
  • Locomotion and Movement in plants and animals
  • Water
  • Air

SOCIAL STUDIES  

S. No. Topic Marks
1. Nature and Scope of Social Science at the Elementary Level. 5
2. Pedagogical approaches and Learning Resources 16
3. Assessment for Social Science Learning at the Elementary Level. 10
4. Social Science Knowledge 30
Total 30
  1. Nature and Scope of Social Science at the Elementary Level
  • Concept of Social Science
  • Differences between Social Studies and Social Science.
  • Learning objectives of Social Science with special reference to NCF 2005.
  • Approaches in Social Sciences.
  1. Pedagogical approaches and Learning Resources
  • Oral Histories
  • Case Studies.
  • Critical Pedagogy.
  • Cooperative Learning.
  • Experiential Learning.
  • Concept Mapping.
  • Discovery Learning.
  • Problem Solving.
  • Role Play
  • Picture Analysis
  • Learning Resources : Print; Non – Print; Digital Learning Resources
  1. Assessment for Social Science Learning at the Elementary Level.
  • Understanding concept of assessment and continuous and comprehensive assessment (CCA) in Social Science learning.
  • Differences between assessment and evaluation.
  • Learning outcomes and learning indicators in Social Science at the upper primary
  • Ways of assessment for and of learning in Social Science.
  • Recording and reporting of assessment outcomes.
  1. Social Science Knowledge
  • Sources of History.
  • Earliest civilizations.
  • Foundation and consolidation of the Mughal empire in India.
  • Indian national movements and contribution of Tirot Sing, Kiang Nangbah and Pa Togan Sangma in India’s freedom movement.
  • India after independence.
  • Key elements of Democracy.
  • The Indian Constitution.
  • Traditional Institutions of Meghalaya.
  • Parliamentary system of Government.
  • Understanding media.
  • Government for development.
  • The earth and its movements.
  • The globe
  • Weather and climate.
  • Natural vegetation and wildlife.
  • Physical and political features of India.
  • Managing disasters.
  • Understanding banking, types of accounts and consumer protection.

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FAQ: Meghalaya TET Syllabus 2021

Q. When will be the exam held for MTET 2021?

Ans. The examination date for MTET 2021 will be notified soon official website.

Q. What is the minimum age limit before applying for MTET 2021?

Ans. The minimum age limit before applying for MTET 2021 is 18 yr

Q. What is the minimum qualification for applying MTET 2021 Paper 1?

Ans. the minimum qualification for applying MTET 2021 Paper 1 is given below :

  • Class 12 with a minimum 50% aggregate (45 % for SC/ST)
  • Passed a two-year Diploma in Elementary Education (D.El.Ed)

Q. What are the passing criteria for MTET 2021?

Ans. The passing criteria for MTET 2021 are 60 % marks in the exam.

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