Unit I: Introduction
1.1 Meaning, Nature, Scope and Values.
1.2 Components of Scientific Knowledge-Process and Product.
1.3 Importance of Chemistry in daily life and growth of knowledge.
Unit II: Planning and Approaches
2.1 General aims and objectives of teaching Chemistry.
2.2 Writing instructional objectives in behavioural terms (Blooms/Anderson’s revised taxonomy)
2.3 5E base for lesson planning.
Unit III: Methods of Teaching Chemistry
3.1 Approaches, methods and models of teaching.
3.2 Concept of correlation- incidental and systematic correlation of physical sciencesInterdisciplinary and intra disciplinary.
Unit IV: Teaching and learning resources in Chemistry
4.1 Library Resources: Text books, Reference Materials
4.2 Laboratory, Importance and uses of Laboratory Manuals.
Unit V: Technological and Communityresources in Chemistry
5.1 Technological resources: Audio-Visuals Materials, Virtual labs, Smart Class, Multimedia and E- learning resources.
5.2 Community resources and improvised aids.