UPTET 2018: Preparation Tips for English Section

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Highlights

  • Common Errors, Prepositions, Synonyms & Antonyms, Spelling Rules, One Word Substitutions, Idioms and Phrases, Close Test, Sequence of Sentences, Comprehension, Pedagogy of Language Development. 

  • If you are seeking your profession in teaching in Uttar Pradesh, either in Primary (Class 1-5) or Secondary (Class 6-8) levels then you need to clear UPTET 2018 with a total of 60% marks. 

Traits Of A Good Teacher

If you are seeking your profession in teaching in Uttar Pradesh, either in Primary (Class 1-5) or Secondary (Class 6-8) levels then you need to clear UPTET 2018 with a total of 60% marks. 

Eligibility criteria for UPTET

For Paper 1- Senior Secondary or equivalent with at least 45% marks at a two year Diploma in Elementary education/ 4 year Bachelor of Elementary education/ special education

For Paper 2- Graduate in any discipline and a two year diploma in elementary education. Bachelor in Education/ Four years Bachelor in Elementary Education/ Four year B.Sc Education for BA

Following books have been recommended by experts for excelling in preparation of English language: 

1.    English Language by Geeta Sahani, published by Pearson Publication
2.    UPTET for Paper 1 Primary Level (Class I to V) Guide by Ramesh Publishing House
3.    UPTET Uttar Pradesh Sikshak Patrata Pariksha Paper 1 Practice Sets by Vidya Prakasha
4.    UPTET Uttar Pradesh Shikshak Patrata Pariksha Paper 2 by Arihant Publications

Important topics 

Common Errors, Prepositions, Synonyms & Antonyms, Spelling Rules, One Word Substitutions, Idioms and Phrases, Close Test, Sequence of Sentences, Comprehension, Pedagogy of Language Development. 

Following are few of the preparation tips by experts, so that you could nail the English section:
-    From all the 30 questions, attempt all since their is no negative marking.
-    Make sure you read the questions clearly, thus avoiding any confusion due to language.
-    Since you have to manage the time so attempt those questions first which you are confident about.
-    Don’t miss to solve previous year question papers to check on the tricky language questions. 
 

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