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Second Semester Course Code Course Title No. of Credits EMA 212 Pedagogical Content Knowledge in MathematicsPedagogical Content Knowledge in Mathematics Code : EMA 212 Level 200 Semester : Second Semester No. of Credits : 3 Overview
This course is to equip student-teachers with pedagogical content knowledge to enable them to approach biology problems and tasks in a variety of ways to reflect students’ different learning styles. Students will develop resources for the teaching and learning of topics in biology from a range of sources, including textual materials and the internet. Students will learn how to recognize opportunities where learners can be encouraged to develop their thinking skills.
Second Semester Course Code Course Title No. of Credits EMA 310 Vectors and MechanicsVectors and Mechanics Code : EMA 310 Level 300 Semester : Second Semester No. of Credits : 3 Overview
This course introduces students to elementary vector algebra and its applications in solving routine problems in geometry and mechanics; geometrical and physical interpretation of fundamental vector concepts; multiplication of a vector by a scalar, dot product, projection, resultant of a system of forces and the vector equation of its line of action, linear kinematics of a particle in one dimension, motion of a particle under uniform acceleration and derivation of the
equations of motion by the use of calculus; elementary treatment of the dynamics of a particle in one or two dimensions, impulse, momentum and conservation of linear momentum; collision of particles including simple cases of oblique impact; Newton’s Laws of motion with emphasis on the use of the second law.
3 EMA 312 The Secondary School Mathematics CurriculumThe Secondary School Mathematics Curriculum Code : EMA 312 Level 300 Semester : Second Semester No. of Credits : 3 Overview
The course is designed to primarily give the students the opportunity to acquaint themselves with the Mathematics (core) syllabuses with special reference to the aims and objectives as well as the content and the respective instructional activities and materials.
Discussion will be the main mode of delivery. It will be based on a critical study of the sequencing of the selected subject matter vis-à-vis their inter relatedness and their applicative use with a view to gearing the resultant awareness to enhancement of efficiency in teaching and learning. Assessment will be based on scheduled assignments, quizzes and the end of semester examinations.