CTET stands for Central Teacher Eligibility Test. CTET conducted by CBSE. It is necessary to know the detailed syllabus of science before appearing on the exam. In this article, we are providing a Detailed CTET syllabus of Science.
With the help of this article, you can plan your strategy. Science subject will be asked in CTET Paper - 2 only. CTET Exam is now mandatory to get teaching jobs in government schools.
Exam Pattern of CTET Paper - 2
|S.N.||Subjects||Number of Question||Marks||Total Time|
|1||Child development & Pedagogy||30||30|
|2||Language - 1||30||30|
|3||Language - 2||30||30|
|4||Science & Mathematics OR Social Science||60||60|
Detailed CTET Science Syllabus
Science Content Syllabus:
A. 1. Food
- Sources of food
- Components of food
- Cleaning food
- Materials of daily use
3. The World of the Living
4. Moving Things People and Ideas
5. How things work
- Electric current and circuits
6. Natural Phenomena
7. Natural Resources
Science Pedagogy Syllabus:
- Nature & Structure of Sciences
- Natural Science/Aims & objectives
- Understanding & Appreciating Science
- Approaches/Integrated Approach
- Observation/ Experiment/ Discovery (Method of Science)
- Text Material/Aids
- Evaluation– cognitive/ psychomotor/ effective
- Remedial Teaching
Important Resource to prepare Science:
30 questions will ask from the science subject. The most important resource to prepare for Science is to read NCERTs from class 6th to 8th. You can start reading NCERT from now onwards. Make short notes out of it and also practice a science quiz. Practice CTET mock test twice a week.
The syllabus of Science covers lots of important topics from Physics, chemistry, and Biology. To justify the level of questions you must read NCERTs from classes 6 to 8. Take a look at the CTET previous year's question paper.
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