CoE: 1.Principles & Practices Of Education- Questions

  1. In Ghana, the body that is mandated to draw up curricula for basic schools is
    the.……………
    A.Ghana Education Service
    B.Ministry of Education
    C.Curriculum Research and Development Division
    D.National Accreditation Board


2.A set of intentions about the opportunities available to pupils as they are
educated under specific arrangements of time and space is known as a/an
………………………………….
A.syllabus
B.scheme of work
C.curriculum
D.educational plan


3.Unplanned activities which take place within the framework of the school
constitute the……………………curriculum
A.official curriculum
B.actual curriculum
C.hidden curriculum
D.core curriculum


4.How many stages make up the curriculum planning process?
A.4 stages
B.5 stages
C.6 stages
D. 7 stages


5.Which of the following is an internal factor to be considered in carrying out
situational analysis?
A.The demands of employers
B.the level and interest of learners
C.the demands of parents
D.the demands of taxpayers


6.A curriculum pattern in which ideas are selected from subjects based on the
unique contributions of the said ideas is referred to as the……………………
curriculum
A.liberal studies
B.broadfield/integrated
C.experience
D.subject


7.Which of the following is the role of the teacher at the planning phase of the
curriculum?
A.Analysis of the school environment and objectives of the curriculum
B.Preparation of scheme of work
C.Use of reinforcement/motivation
D.Use of both formative and summative assessment techniques

  • Education which ‘frees’ the mind from ignorance is known as…………..education
    A.technical
    B.vocational
    C.basic
    D.liberal


10.Vocational education is geared towards development of the………………..domain
of the individual
A.Affective
B.Cognitive
C. Physical
D.Psychomotor


11.Which of the following curricula patterns capitalizes on the child’s natural
tendency to play?
A.Broadfields curriculum
B.Core curriculum
C.Subject curriculum
D.Experience curriculum


12.Curriculum decisions relating to the selection of methods are taken with specific
reference to all the following principles/factors except……………………………………………..
A.training and competence of teachers
B.the nature of the content
C.demands of employers
D.availability of instructional materials


SECTION B: Provide short answers to the following questions


13.The term “curriculum” originates from the Latin root…………………………………..


14.The 3 main phases that constitute the curriculum process include planning,
………………and……………………………………


15.In one sentence state the reason why school learning is different from learning
outside the school
……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
…..


16.State the two kind objectives that are used in curriculum planning
………………………………………………………………………………………………
………………………………………………………………………………………………


SECTION C: Indicate True(T) or False(F) for each of the following statements:


17.Curriculum evaluation largely involves only summative assessment techniques
A.True
B.False


18. One way by which the curriculum provides for Liberal education is through the
direct teaching of Science, Technical and Vocational based subjects
A.True
B.False


19.The curriculum process is a cyclical process from situational analysis to
evaluation and back
A.True
B.False


20. Numberwork, Patternmaking, and Creative activities at the Kindergarten level are
typical examples of the experience curriculum
A.True
B.False

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