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HSA Hindi

HINDI

PART A


Module I : Renaissance and freedom movement
Module II: General Knowledge and current affairs
Module III: Methodology of teaching the subject


♦ History/conceptual development. Need and Significance, Meaning Nature
and Scope of the Subject.
♦ Correlation with other subjects and life situations.
♦ Aims, Objectives, and Values of Teaching - Taxonomy of Educational
Objectives - Old and revised
♦ Pedagogic analysis- Need, Significance and Principles.
♦ Planning of instruction at Secondary level- Need and importance.
Psychological bases of Teaching the subject - Implications of Piaget, Bruner,
Gagne, Vygotsky, Ausubel and Gardener - Individual difference, Motivation,
Maxims of teaching.
♦ Methods and Strategies of teaching the subject- Models of Teaching,
Techniques of individualising instruction.
♦ Curriculum - Definition, Principles, Modern trends and organizational
approaches, Curriculum reforms - NCF/KCF.
♦ Instructional resources- Laboratory, Library, Club, Museum- Visual and
Audio-Visual aids - Community based resources - e-resources - Text book,
Work book and Hand book.
♦ Assessment; Evaluation- Concepts, Purpose, Types, Principles,
Modern techniques - CCE and Grading- Tools and techniques -
Qualities of a good test - Types of test items- Evaluation of projects,
Seminars and Assignments - Achievement test, Diagnostic test –
Construction, Characteristics, interpretation and remediation.
♦ Teacher - Qualities and Competencies - different roles - Personal
Qualities - Essential teaching skills - Microteaching - Action research.


PART B


MODULE – I HISTORY OF HINDI LITERATURE

Ancient and Medieval period - Raso and Loukik Sahitya
Bhakthi Movement – Kabirdas, Surdas, Tulsidas and Jayasi
Reethi period – Kesavdas, Bihari, Ghananand and Bhooshan

MODULE – II DEVELOPMENT OF HINDI LITERATURE INRENAISSANCE PERIOD

Bharatendu and Dwivedi period – Bharatendu Harichandra, Mahavir Prasad
Dwivedi, Mydhili Saran Gupth, Jayashankar Prasad and Premchand


MODULE – III MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY LITERARY

TRENDS UPTO 2000
(i). Chaayavad, Pragathivad, Prayogvadi Nayi Kavitha, Samakaleen Kavitha,
Swathanthryothar Hindi Upanyas, Kahani, Natak and Alochana.
(ii). Hindi literature in Kerala (Pre and Post independent period )
MODULE – IV HISTORY OF HINDI LANGUAGE
Origin and development of Hindi language – Classification of languages –
Bhasha Parivar, Bharatheey Arya bhashayem, Hindi ki Boliyam, Devanagiri
Lipi


MODULE – V GRAMMAR AND LINGUISTICS

Sagya , Sarvanaam, Visheshan, Kriya, Karak,Vaachya and Kaal
Sanrachana – Dhwani, Roop, Vaakya, Shabd and Ardh
MODULE – VI LITERARY THOUGHTS – EASTERN AND
WESTERN
Kaavya bhed, Kavya sampraday – Ras, Alankar, Reethi, Dhwani, Vakrokthi
and Auchitya
Shabd shakthi – Alankar : Anupras, Upama, Uthpreksha, Roopak, Slesh and
Yamak.
Chand : Doha,Choupayi, Sortta, Indravajra and Malini

MODULE – VII FUNCTIONAL HINDI AND JOURNALISM

Hindi as Rashtra Bhasha, Raj Bhasha, Sampark Bhasha and Sanchar Bhasha.
Paaribhaashik Shabdavali
Media lekhan – Print and electronic media


MODULE – VIII METHODOLOGY IN TEACHING HINDI

Multilingualism in India – Three language formula
Four fold language skills.
Principles, maxims, methods and strategies of teaching Hindi.
Bloom’s Objective based teaching and its revised form (Anderson &
Krathwohl,2000 )
Learning theories of Noam Chomsky, Piaget, Bruner and Vygotsky
Evaluation – Different types and qualities of tests
Scope of Information Technology in transacting Hindi


HINDI
PART A


 

Module I : Renaissance and freedom movement

Module II: General Knowledge and current affairs

Module III: Methodology of teaching the subject


♦ History/conceptual development. Need and Significance, Meaning Nature
and Scope of the Subject.
♦ Correlation with other subjects and life situations.
♦ Aims, Objectives, and Values of Teaching - Taxonomy of Educational
Objectives - Old and revised
♦ Pedagogic analysis- Need, Significance and Principles.
♦ Planning of instruction at Secondary level- Need and importance.
Psychological bases of Teaching the subject - Implications of Piaget, Bruner,
Gagne, Vygotsky, Ausubel and Gardener - Individual difference, Motivation,
Maxims of teaching.
♦ Methods and Strategies of teaching the subject- Models of Teaching,
Techniques of individualising instruction.
♦ Curriculum - Definition, Principles, Modern trends and organizational
approaches, Curriculum reforms - NCF/KCF.
♦ Instructional resources- Laboratory, Library, Club, Museum- Visual and
Audio-Visual aids - Community based resources - e-resources - Text book,
Work book and Hand book.
♦ Assessment; Evaluation- Concepts, Purpose, Types, Principles,
Modern techniques - CCE and Grading- Tools and techniques -
Qualities of a good test - Types of test items- Evaluation of projects,
Seminars and Assignments - Achievement test, Diagnostic test –
Construction, Characteristics, interpretation and remediation.
♦ Teacher - Qualities and Competencies - different roles - Personal
Qualities - Essential teaching skills - Microteaching - Action research.


PART B


MODULE – I HISTORY OF HINDI LITERATURE
Ancient and Medieval period - Raso and Loukik Sahitya
Bhakthi Movement – Kabirdas, Surdas, Tulsidas and Jayasi
Reethi period – Kesavdas, Bihari, Ghananand and Bhooshan 2


MODULE – II DEVELOPMENT OF HINDI LITERATURE IN


RENAISSANCE PERIOD
Bharatendu and Dwivedi period – Bharatendu Harichandra, Mahavir Prasad
Dwivedi, Mydhili Saran Gupth, Jayashankar Prasad and Premchand


MODULE – III MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY LITERARY

 


TRENDS UPTO 2000
(i). Chaayavad, Pragathivad, Prayogvadi Nayi Kavitha, Samakaleen Kavitha,
Swathanthryothar Hindi Upanyas, Kahani, Natak and Alochana.
(ii). Hindi literature in Kerala (Pre and Post independent period )
MODULE – IV HISTORY OF HINDI LANGUAGE
Origin and development of Hindi language – Classification of languages –
Bhasha Parivar, Bharatheey Arya bhashayem, Hindi ki Boliyam, Devanagiri
Lipi


MODULE – V GRAMMAR AND LINGUISTICS



Sagya , Sarvanaam, Visheshan, Kriya, Karak,Vaachya and Kaal
Sanrachana – Dhwani, Roop, Vaakya, Shabd and Ardh
MODULE – VI LITERARY THOUGHTS – EASTERN AND
WESTERN
Kaavya bhed, Kavya sampraday – Ras, Alankar, Reethi, Dhwani, Vakrokthi
and Auchitya
Shabd shakthi – Alankar : Anupras, Upama, Uthpreksha, Roopak, Slesh and
Yamak.
Chand : Doha,Choupayi, Sortta, Indravajra and Malini 3


MODULE – VII FUNCTIONAL HINDI AND JOURNALISM


Hindi as Rashtra Bhasha, Raj Bhasha, Sampark Bhasha and Sanchar Bhasha.
Paaribhaashik Shabdavali
Media lekhan – Print and electronic media
MODULE – VIII METHODOLOGY IN TEACHING HINDI
Multilingualism in India – Three language formula
Four fold language skills.
Principles, maxims, methods and strategies of teaching Hindi.
Bloom’s Objective based teaching and its revised form (Anderson &
Krathwohl,2000 )
Learning theories of Noam Chomsky, Piaget, Bruner and Vygotsky
Evaluation – Different types and qualities of tests
Scope of Information Technology in transacting Hindi
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