Which subjects can we teach after a course in B.Ed? How can we choose the subjects?

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    tamanna sharma

    4 years ago
    Dear friend, you have done B.Com, and now you want to do B.Ed so that you can become an efficient teacher. This idea is very nice. Let me tell you that B.Ed is a professional course which enables a person to meet class room and teaching -learning conditions efficiently. In Bachelor of Education course, there are two optional subjects, besides five compulsory subjects. Optional subjects are known as teaching subjects, which are mainly from candidates' graduation subjects. For you, Mathematics and English are good.
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    Pavithra Desu 4m AERO ✌ | Guide-Level 13

    3 years ago
    Teaching is in demand in both private and government sectors. After earning a B.Ed degree, you will be eligible to get job in secondary and higher secondary schools. Subject you will be teaching depends on the subject which you had for B.Ed.
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    Devi singh | Guide-Level 11

    4 years ago
    B.Ed is a professional course which is meant only for teaching purpose. If you are a good B.Ed student, then you can be a good teacher. In B.Ed, there are two optional subject and five compulsory subjects. These are optional subjects, which are also known as teaching subject. So, you can take Maths or English as optional subjects.
    B.Ed is a course which offers varieties of subjects to the student teacher.
    You should study the following subject during my B.Ed study:
    Education Phycology
    Teaching Learning Techniques
    Children Behavior
    Education history
    Besides these subjects, they are training us how to teach our special subject.
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    Vibhas Kaushik | Contributor-Level 6

    4 years ago
    Hi,It is totally your choice. You need to understand what subject you are best at, which you are perfect in. You must recollect your scores, your understanding. It could a particular language that you feel the best in, or an other subject like, history, political science, economics, etc.In B. Ed. You will be taught about the ways, technology, techniques, to teach a group of students. Choosing a subject to teach is not a big deal. Only you have the answer to this. Isn't it?Any subject can be chosen by you of your choice.May be you can pick a language and work on that. To teach your class, you also have to prepare and study the subject. I was v... view more
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    Nikhil Gupta www.guptanikhil.in | Contributor-Level 7

    4 years ago
    Teaching is in demand in both private and government sectors. After earning a B.Ed degree, you will be eligible to get job in secondary and higher secondary schools. Subject you will be teaching depends on the subject which you had for B.Ed.
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    Group Captain Vinayak Deodhar La vie est faite pour vivre pas pour stresser | Scholar-Level 18

    4 years ago
    Hello,B.Ed is a course that teaches how to teach. What it means is that this course enables you in the art of teaching. One may know the subject very well but if the intricacies of teaching are not understood and assimilated then students may not understand well what you are trying to teaching. It makes you proficient in the structured way of teaching. How the topic is to be introduced, developed and finally feedback as to how much students have understood. These and many such intricacies of teaching are taught during B Ed. But for teaching a particular subject, expertise in that subject is a must. However, while teaching to different levels ... view more

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