This book has been a favourite with students and teachers alike since it was first published in 1996. It makes a comprehensive and critical exposition of all facets of teaching commerce. It essentially offers a learner-oriented text, whereas the approach is strictly utilitarian so it serves as a reliable guide in the classroom, and provides practical suggestions for making the teaching-learning process effective, inspirational and interesting. to make the subject interesting, the text has been suitably supplemented with diagrams, figures and tables.
By virtue of its extensive and in-depth coverage of the subject the book has been useful to students preparing for teacher training courses, not only in India but also in the Middle-East and South-East Asian countries. It has also served as a reliable handbook for in-service teachers.
Revision of the book became necessary following the changes in the syllabus in accordance with the National Curriculum Framework 2005. Thus, chapters on Suggestive Lesson Plans in Accountancy, Pedagogic Analysis of the Subject, and Multiple Choice Questions have been included for the second edition.
Table of Contents
Significance, Meaning, Nature and Scope of Commerce
Objectives of Teaching Commerce at School and College Level
Instructional Objectives of Teaching Commerce
Aims, Values and Competencies Related to Commerce Education
Current Facilities and History of Commerce Education
Dynamic and Progressive Methods of Teaching Commerce
Problem Method in Commerce: Deductive and Inductive Methods
Project Method in Commerce
Dalton Plan in Commerce
Techniques, Maxims and Principles of Teaching Commerce
Questioning and Answering in Commerce
Skills in Commerce
Textbooks and Supplementary Material in Commerce
Audio-Visual Aids and Technology in Commerce Teaching
Teaching of Accountancy (CBSE Curriculum)Examinations in Commerce (Including Unit Test)
Evaluation and Testing in Commerce
Guidance Programme for Commerce Students
Recent Innovations in the Teaching of Commerce
Diverse Issues in Commerce (Including Commerce Room/Laboratory and Library)
Lesson Planning in Commerce
Suggestive Lesson Plans in Commerce
Suggestive Lesson Plans in Accountancy
Contents and their Pedagogic Analysis
Multiple Choice Questions with Answers
Sample Illustrative Aids
About the Author: J C Aggarwal started his career as a lecturer in a Teachers Training College in 1954 and thereafter worked in different positions in the Delhi Administration. He retired as Deputy Director of Education/Executive Director of Delhi Bureau of Textbooks. Singly or jointly he has authored some 150 books on Education, History and Current Affairs. He has written some best-selling books in education.
|Title:||Teaching of Commerce: A Practical Approach|
|Author:||J C Aggarwal|
|Publisher:||Vikas Publishing House Pvt. Ltd|
|Number of Pages:||472|
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