# AP TET Mathematics Syllabus 2022 (Telugu/English) PDF: APTET Paper 1 & 2 Syllabus Download

## AP TET Syllabus 2022 PDF Highlights

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## AP TET Exam Pattern 2022

### AP Teacher Eligibility Test Exam Pattern – Paper I

 S.No Name of the Subjects No. of Questions Total no of  Marks Duration of the Exam 1 Child Development and Pedagogy 30 Q’s 30 150 Min 2 Language – I 30 Q’s 30 3 Language – II 30 Q’s 30 4 Mathematics 30 Q’s 30 5 Environmental Studies 30 Q’s 30 TOTAL 150 Questions 150 Marks

### Andhra Pradesh TET Exam pattern – Paper II

 Sr No Names of the Subjects No of Questions No of Maximum Marks Exam Duration 1 Child Development & Pedagogy (compulsory) 30 30 150 Minutes 2 Language I (compulsory) 30 30 3 Language II (compulsory) 20+10 = 30 20+10 = 30 4 (a) For Mathematics and Science teacher: Mathematics and Science 60 60 4 (b) For Social Studies/Social Science teacher: Social Science 4 (c) Any other teacher: either (a) or (b) Total 150 Questions 150 Marks 150 Minutes

1. Mathematics
2. iv) Mathematics (30 Marks)

Content (24Marks) I.Numbers :

Numbers – four fundamental operations ( addition, subtraction, multiplication, division) -Knowing our Numbers & International system – Prime and composite numbers-Rounding of numbers – Whole Numbers-Playing with Numbers – Divisibility rules – Factors- Methods of prime factorization-Co- primes- twin primes- LCM-HCF- negative numbers- integers-Fractions-Decimals- Rational Numbers- Squares- Cubes- Square Roots and Cuberoots-Proﬁt and Loss .

II.   Mensuration :

Length -Weight -Capacity -Time -Money – Area and Perimeter of Triangle- Square-Rectangle- Rhombus- Circle- Trapezium- Parallelogram – The perimeter for square and rectangle through pattern – Surface area and volume of Cube and Cuboid

III.   Geometry :

Naming of the given ﬁgures and Parts of 2D ﬁgures of Triangle, Square and Rectangle -Identiﬁcation and counting of Edges- Corners- Faces (3D ﬁgures)-Introduction of Perimeter and Area of given shapes- Geometrical patterns (TANGRAM)-Introduction of circle- center, diameter and radius-Primary Geometry concepts (Point, straight line, line segments, ray)-Types of angles (Right, Obtuse & Acute angles)-Open & closed ﬁgures- Symmetry- line symmetry & rotation symmetry (1/2,1/4 )- Picture patterns- Area and Perimeter- Lines and Angles,-Triangle and its properties – Congruency of Triangles- Quadrilaterals- Practical Geometry- Construction of Traingles-Construction of Quadrilaterals- Exploring Geometrical Figures.

IV. Data Handling:

Reading and interpreting the Data (Bar graphs, picto graphs)- Analysis of the data with tallymarks- Collection & organisation of data -Representation of Data .

V. Algebra:

Patterns – making rules-Introduction of variables – Expressions with variables & Rules-Number forms of even and odd(2n,2n+1)- Introduction to unknowns- Simple equations – Algebric expressions- Exponents & Powers- Linear Equations in one variable-Factorization.

VI.Arithmetic:

Comparing quantities using proportion -Concept and applications of Ratio-Proportion of equality ratios – Unitary method- Understanding ratios & Proportions – Direct and Inverse proportion.

Mathematics Methodology (D.El.Ed.) (06 Marks)

l               Nature and Deﬁnitions of Mathematics

l               Aims, values and instructional objectives of teaching Mathematics

l               Methods of Teaching & Remedial measures in Mathematics

l               Instructional Material, TLM and Resource Utilization in Mathematics

l               Curriculum, Text Book & Instructional Planning.

1. Mathematics
2. iv) Mathematics (30 Marks)

Content (24Marks)

1. Numbers :

Numbers – four fundamental operations ( addition, subtraction, multiplication, division) -Knowing our Numbers & International system – Prime and composite numbers-Rounding of numbers – Whole Numbers-Playing with Numbers – Divisibility rules – Factors- Methods of prime factorization-Co- primes- twin primes- LCM-HCF- negative numbers- integers-Fractions-Decimals- Rational Numbers- Squares- Cubes- Square Roots and Cuberoots-Proﬁt and Loss .

II.     Mensuration :

Length -Weight -Capacity -Time -Money – Area and Perimeter of Triangle- Square-Rectangle- Rhombus- Circle- Trapezium- Parallelogram – The perimeter for square and rectangle through pattern – Surface area and volume of Cube and Cuboid.

III.     Geometry :

Naming of the given ﬁgures and Parts of 2D ﬁgures of Triangle, Square and Rectangle -Identiﬁcation and counting of Edges- Corners- Faces (3D ﬁgures)-Introduction of Perimeter and Area of given shapes- Geometrical patterns (TANGRAM)-Introduction of circle- center, diameter and radius-Primary Geometry concepts (Point, straight line, line segments, ray)-Types of angles (Right, Obtuse & Acute angles)-Open & closed ﬁgures- Symmetry- line symmetry & rotation symmetry (1/2,1/4 )- Picture patterns- Area and Perimeter- Lines and Angles,-Triangle and its properties – Congruency of Triangles- Quadrilaterals- Practical Geometry- Construction of Traingles-Construction of Quadrilaterals- Exploring Geometrical Figures.

IV.   Data Handling:

Reading and interpreting the Data (Bar graphs, picto graphs)- Analysis of the data with tallymarks- Collection & organisation of data -Representation of Data .

1. Algebra:

Patterns – making rules-Introduction of variables – Expressions with variables & Rules-Number forms of even and odd(2n,2n+1)- Introduction to unknowns- Simple equations – Algebric expressions- Exponents & Powers- Linear Equations in one variable-Factorization.

VI.Arithmetic:

Comparing quantities using proportion -Concept and applications of Ratio-Proportion of equality ratios – Unitary method- Understanding ratios & Proportions – Direct and Inverse proportion.

Mathematics Methodology (D.El.Ed.) (06 Marks)

l          Nature and Deﬁnitions of Mathematics

l          Aims, values and instructional objectives of teaching Mathematics

l          Methods of Teaching & Remedial measures in Mathematics

l          Instructional Material, TLM and Resource Utilization in Mathematics

l          Curriculum, Text Book & Instructional Planning.

• Evaluation and Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation.

#### iv. a. Mathematics and Science Mathematics (24+6): Phy.Sci (12+3); Bio.Sci (12+3)

Mathematics

Content (24 Marks)

1. Arithmetic

Ratio and Proportion – Applications of Ratio- Comparing Quantities using proportion -Direct and Inverse proportion

II.    Number System

Knowing Our Numbers –rounding of numbers – Whole Numbers- predecessor – successor – number line – Playing With Numbers – divisibility rules -LCM & HCF -Integers – Fractions – Decimals -Rational Numbers

-Squares, cubes,Square roots, Cube roots

Real numbers -Representing irrational numbers on Number line – representing real numbers on the number line through successive magniﬁcation – rationalisation –Real numbers- operations on real numbers- law of exponents for real numbers- surds( exponential form & radical form )

Euclid’s division lemma & its application in ﬁnding HCF – fundamental theorem of Arithmetic & its application (HCF & LCM, decimal representation of rational numbers (terminating or non- terminating recurring and vice versa)

Non-terminating & non recurring decimals as irrationals – irrationality of √2, √3 etc.- properties of irrational numbers Logarithm-exponential & logarithmic forms- Properties & Laws of logarithms- standard base of logarithm- use of logarithms in daily life situation

Sets & its representation (Roster form& set builder form)- examples- classiﬁcation of sets(empty, ﬁnite, inﬁnite, subset & super set, universal set, disjoint sets, power set of a set, equality of sets) Venn diagram – operations on sets ( union, intersection, diﬀerence, cardinal number of a set)

III.     Geometry

Measures of Lines and Angles – Symmetry – -Understanding 3D, 2D Shapes -Representing 3D in 2D-Lines and Angles – Triangle and Its Properties -Congruency of Triangles- – Quadrilaterals – Practical Geometry – Construction of Triangles Construction of Quadrilaterals – Exploring Geometrical Figures-The Elements of Geometry – Area – Circles -Similar Triangles & Tangents and Secants to a circle Proofs in Mathematics.

IV.      Mensuration

Perimeter and Area – Area of Plane Figures -Surface areas and Volumes

V. Algebra

Introduction to Algebra- Simple Equations- Exponents – Algebraic Expressions Exponents & Powers – Linear Equations in one variable – Factorisation Polynomials & Factorisation – Linear Equations in Two Variables – Pair of Linear Equations in Two Variables – Quadratic Equations- Progressions- Sequences and

series- Arithmetic Progression- properties of A.P.- Arithmetic mean – Geometric Progression –nth term–properties of AP,G.P.

VI.     Statistics

DATA HANDLING – Frequency Distribution Tables and Graphs- Grouped data-ungrouped data – Measures of Central Tendency -Mean, median & mode of grouped and ungrouped data – ogive curves.

VII.     Probability

Probability – Random experiment and outcomes -Equally likely outcomes – Trail and Events – Linking the chance to Probability uses of probability in real life.

Probability-a theoretical approach – probability & modeling – equally likely events -mutually exclusive events –ﬁnding probability – elementary event –exhaustive events – complementary events & probability – impossible & certain events – deck of cards & Probability –use & applications of probability

VIII.      Coordinate Geometry

Cartesian system-Plotting a point in a plane if its co-ordinates are given Distance between two points – Section formula (internal division of a line segment in the ratio m : n) – centroid of a triangle – trisectional points of a line segment -Area of triangle on coordinate plane- collinearity – straight lines -Slope of a line joining two points

IX.    Trigonometry

Trigonometry – Naming the side in a right triangle- trigonometric ratios – deﬁning trigonometric ratios – trigonometric ratios of some speciﬁc angles (450, 300 &600, 00 &900) –trigonometric ratios of complementary angles – trigonometric identities –

Applications of Trigonometry – Line of sight & horizontal – Angle of elevation & depression – Drawing ﬁgures to solve problems – solution for two triangles

Methodology (6 Marks)

1. Meaning and Nature of Mathematics, History of
2. Contributions of Great Mathematicians – Aryabhatta, Bhaskaracharya, Srinivasa Ramanujan, Euclid, Pythagoras, George
3. Aims and Values of teaching Mathematics, Instructional objectives (Blooms taxonomy)
4. Mathematics curriculum: Principles, approaches of curriculum construction, -Logical and Psychological, Topical and Concentric, Spiral Qualities of a good Mathematics text book.
5. Methods of teaching mathematics- Heuristic method, Laboratory method, Inductive and Deductive methods, Analytic and Synthetic methods, Project method and Problem Solving
6. Unit Plan, Year Plan, Lesson Planning in
7. Instructional materials, Edgar Dale’s Cone of
8. Evolving strategies for the gifted students and slow learners,
9. Techniques of teaching mathematics like Oral work, Written work, Drilling, Assignment, Project, Speed and
10. Mathematics club, Mathematics structure, Mathematics order and pattern
11. Evaluation – Types, Tools and Techniques of Evaluation, Preparation of SAT Analysis, Characteristics of a good

CONTENT (Marks: 12)

1. Measurement:

Physical Science :

Measurement of length, area, volume and time. CGS and SI units of length, area, volume and time. Conversion of units from CGS to S.I and Vice versa.

2. Motion:

Motion and Rest, Types of motion (Translatory, Rotatory and oscillatory), Scalars and vectors distance, displacement, speed, velocity, Average speed, average velocity, Uniform motion, equations of uniform accelerated motion.

3. Force and Friction:

Types of forces (ﬁeld force and contact force), Net force (free body diagrams), Eﬀects of net force, Pressure, types of friction (static, Sliding and Rolling), Factors aﬀecting Friction (Roughness, normal force, area etc), Methods of reducing fraction, Fluid friction.

### AP TET Syllabus – Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ)

#### What is the AP TET 2022 exam pattern??

There will be two papers: Paper I & Paper-II. And there are 150 questions in the exam for 150 marks

You can download the AP TET Syllabus PDF from the official site @ aptet.apcfss.in. & Questionpapersnline.com

#### How many questions will be asked in the AP TET Exam 2022?

There will be 150 Questions in the AP TET Exam 2022

#### Is there any negative marking in the AP TET Exam 2022?

No negative marking in the AP TET Exam 2022.

#### For How many Marks AP TET will be conducted?

AP TET Exam Will be conducted for 150 Marks
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