AP TET English Syllabus 2021: Language-2 SA, SGT Exam Pattern PDF

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AP TET Language-II English Syllabus

Content & Methodology – 30 Marks

Content – 24 Marks | Syllabus

VOCABULARY LEVEL OF TESTING
Synonyms
Identification of Shades of Meaning
Antonyms
Identifying Antonyms in a Context
Homophones Identification & Usage
Homonyms Identification & Usage
Hypernyms & Hyponyms Identification & Usage
Spelling Spelling
One-word Substitutes
Referring to Persons / Professions, Places, Collections
Phrasal Verbs
Identification of Meaning and usage
Idiomatic Expressions Identification, Usage
Proverbs Proverbs
Word Formation
Suffixes, Prefixes and other forms
Short Forms. Full Forms
common Short Forms – Full Forms
Abbreviations – Full Forms
Common Abbreviations – Full Forms
Word Collocations Word Collocations
Foreign Phrases Used in English
Standard and common Foreign Phrases Used in English
GRAMMAR LEVEL OF TESTING
Helping Verbs
Form, Function & Contractions
Modal Auxiliaries
Form, Function & Contractions
Ordinary Verbs
Form, Function & Contractions
Articles
Use of Articles Including Omissions
Prepositions
Simple, Compound Prepositions Including Prepositions following Certain Words and Prepositional Phrases
Clauses
Main Clauses, sub-ordinate Clauses,Adjectival Clauses, Noun Clauses,Adverbial Clauses. Relative Clauses, Finiteand Non-finite Clauses
Sentence Structures Sentence Structures
Degrees of Comparison
Form. Function, Construction, Transformation
Language Functions
Language functions with social norms (formal and informal)
Question Tags
Imperatives and Statements with semi negatives and indefinites subjects
Types of Sentences Types of Sentences
Sentence Improvement Sentence Improvement
Direct Speech & Indirect Speech
Statements, Questions, Imperatives and Exclamatory Sentences
Active Voice & Passive Voice
Active Voice & Passive Voice
Tenses
Use of tenses and framing including IF conditionals Type 1, 2 &3
Agreement between subject & Verb
Agreement between subject & Verb
Word Order
Word Order In a phrase or a sentence
Parts of Speech
Nouns, Pronouns, Adjectives, Adverbs,Corunctions, Interjections – Types and functions
Linkers Linkers
Transformaiion of Sentences
Simple. Compound and Complex Sentences
Common Errors
Based on all Vocabulary and Grammar Topics
MECHANICS OF WRITING LEVEL OF TESTING
Punctuation and Capitalization
Use of capital letters, comma, full stop, question mark, exclamation mark and inverted commas
COMPOSITION LEVEL OF TESTING
Writing of Discourses
Letter Writing, News Report, Diary Entry,conversation
DICTIONARY SKILLS LEVEL OF TESTING
DICTIONARY SKILLS DICTIONARY SKILLS
PRONUNCIATION LEVEL OF TESTING
Phonetics, Stress & Intonation
Phonetic Transcription and stress marking including intonation in context
READING COMPREHENSION LEVEL OF TESTING
Prose Prose (GENERAL)
LITERATURE
LEVEL OR AREA OF TESTING
Background of English Literature
Poetical Types, Dramatic Types, The Essay,
The Novel, The Short Story
Literary Terms
* Parallelism, Prologue, epilogue, setting,
the character, metre, diction, imagery,
prosody, point of view, epic, mock epic,
choreography, narration, classic, chorus,
comedy, tragedy, conflict, plot, criticism,
discourse, empathy, sympathy, style,
theatre, feminism, soliloquy, folklore,
structure;
* Figures of Speech – Simile, Metaphor,
Apostrophe, Personification, Metonymy,
Synecdoche, irony and alliteration;
Rhyme Scheme
Literary Comprehension
Poetry (Detailed Study)
D) Poetry– (Sonnet Ode. Elegy, Ballad,
Lyric, Dramatic, Monologue,
Meter, Diction, Imagery,
Prosody).
Ex:- William Wordsworth (1.
Anecdote for Fathers 2. A
Spring Morning. Alfred
Tennyson
(1. Home they brought their Warrior Dead)
Prose/Essay (Detailed Study)
1. How to Live to Be 200 (Stephen
Leacock)
2. Knowledge and Wisdom (Bertrand
Russell)
Novels (Detailed Study)
Novel (Fiction, Point of View, Setting,
Style, Narration).
Ex:- Oscar Wilde (1. The Nightingale and
the Rose)
Stepin Leacock (1. How to Live to be 200)
Drama (Detailed Study)
Drama (In terms of Structure, Characters,
Dialogues, Setting).
Ex:- W. Shakesphere (1. Macbeth)
T.S. Eliot (1. Murder in the Cathedral)
Short Story (Detailed Study)
1. Under the Banyan Tree (R.K.Narayan)
2. The Happy Prince (Oscar Wilde)

Methodology : 6M

METHODOLOGY
1. Aspects of language (English Language
History, Nature, Importance, Principles of
English as Second language and problems
of Teaching / learning English)
2. Objectives of Teaching English
3. Development of Language Skills
(Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing
Communicative Skills and Imparting values
through Communication
4. Approaches, Methods, and Techniques of
Teaching English (Introduction, Definition,
Types of Approaches, Methods and
Techniques of Teaching including Remedial
Teaching)
5. Teaching of Structures, Vocabulary and
Grammar
6. teaching Learning Materials in English
7. Lesson Planning
8. Curriculum and Textbooks – importance
and need
9. Evaluation in English Language
LEVEL OF TESTING
Detailed and deep understanding with
application in the broader sense

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