CoE: 1. Health, Safety And Social Issues In Schools- Objective Questions

1.Which one of the following attributes does not describe the condition of growth among pre-schoolchildren?


a.developing

b.increasing

c.maturing

d.thinking


2.The ability of the pre-school child to exhibit the same behaviour and attitude repeatedly is referred to as…
a.effectiveness

b.efficiency
c.consistency

d.repeatition


3.The following individuals are involved in promoting emotional wellbeing and healthy
expression of the pre-schoolers’ feeling except…
a.caregivers

b.parents

c.peers
d.teachers


4.The temperaments of the pre-school child are used to help in understanding one of …….. of the child.
a.attitude

b.knowledge

c.personality

d.skills


5.The following are first crises responses to support pre-school children are raped except…
a.arrange for medical care
b.ensure the safety of the victim
c.ensure that the culprit is given instant justice
d.report the issue to the proper authority


6.Which one of the following is the procedure for giving first aid to a pre-school child who suffers from burns?
a.avoid opening blisters
b.cool the legs with water
c.cover the affected area
d.pull cloths adhered to legs


7.Which one of the following first aid kits is needed by a first aider to administer first aid to a pre-school child who sustained fracture?
a.arteryforceps

b.gauzepads

c.slings

d.splints


8.The following nutrients are energy giving nutrients except…
a.carbohydrates

b.fats&oils

c.proteins

d.vitamins


9.Which of the following vitamins does one take when
suffering from poor bone formation?
a.A b.D c.E d.K


10.The following health conditions are caused by malnutrition except…
a.anaemia

b.goiter

c.hernia

d.rickets


11.What is the name of the end product nutrient pre-schoolers obtain from protein?
a.aminoacid b.fattyacid c.glucose d.glycerol


12.Which of these vitamins result in poor formation of bones and teeth in infants?
a.vitaminA b.vitaminB c.vitaminC d.
vitaminD


13.Which one of these in the school setting promotes consistency in the life preschoolers?


a.daily singing

b.games and play

c.morning assembly

d.tangible reinforces


14.The following are environmental management strategies in the pre-school except…
a.burning of refuse
b.conservational practices
c.protecting landscape
d.sustainable practices


15.Chewing ginger or drinking ginger tea results in intestinal infection.
True or False


16.Onset of symptoms of respiratory tract infection usually begins 1–3 days after exposure to microbial pathogen.
True or False


17.The child needs fewer calories but relatively more protein and mineral for physical growth.
True or False


18.In young children, anemia and paleness can begin within a day is
affected by malaria.
True or False


19.Avulsions may affects of tissue and torn edges of a body.
True or False


20.The school environment has
………………………


21.Two ways to best educate one in ensuring a conducive environment are
…………………………………….
……………………………………..


22.What is the best way to prevent the outbreak of respiratory tract infection among school children?


23.Which group of diseases is a threat to physical growth of children?


24.Which area of development influences food attitudes, behaviour patterns and habits.


25.How do we call the third stage of growth in human life?


26.Why should a small quantity of food be served at a time to children?


27.The two needs of the body that food satisfies are
…………………………………………………………………….
…………………………………………………………………….


28.Whattwonutrientsdochildrenobtainwhentheyeatfruitsandvegetables?
…………………………………………………………………….
…………………………………………………………………….
29.The use of structured approach in pre-school requires that pre-schoolers are rigidly controlled.
True or False


30.It takes many years for pre-school children to learn desirable ways to express strong
emotions and interact appropriately with others.
True or False


31.The growth of pre-school children varies in different environment and seasons.
True or False


32.Pre-school children who are introverts are quiet and tend to be alone most of the time.
true false


33.An ambivert pre-school child exhibits both the characteristics of the extrovert and introvert children.
true false


34.Goiter can be prevented among pre-school children who are given a lot of vitamin A in their diet.
true false


35.Minerals are considered macro nutrients that help pre-school children to grow faster.
true false


36.At childhood, children have little or no appetite for food and parents who are aware
of this are relaxed.
true false


37.The main psychological development task during infancy is establishment of trust
and distrust.
True or False


38.Most of viral respiratory infections spread when pre-school children come into contact with animal droppings.
true false


39.A healthy school environment requires the involvement of virtually only the head and few staff.
true false


40.Breast milk helps protect the child against diarrhea and many infections.
true false


41.Congenital herpes may be acquired by the baby as it passes through the mother’s birth canal.
true false


42.Emphasis should be on punishing negative behaviours during social skills intervention.
true false


43.Deficiency of vitamin B1 may lead to a condition called beriberi in children.
true false


44.First aid administered to a pre-schooler helps treat adverse condition.
true false


45.When there is a casualty, the first aider should wait until the victim is moved to a conducive place before administering care.
true false


46.One means by which pre-schoolers can be helped to express themselves and master
challenges is…………………………………………………………………………………………….


47.What is the best action to stop bleeding sustained at the forehead by a pre-schooler?


48.Which first aid kit would you use to remove old dressing material from a wound
sustained by your pupil?


49.When should children who engage in pro-social behaviours be rewarded?


50.The two nutrients classified as protective and regulatory nutrients are called
…………………………………………………………………………
…………………………………………………………………………


51.All the following are types of bleeding except…
a.arterial b.capillary c.hemorrhage d.
venous


52.All the following are social factors that affect food choices of pre-schools except…
a.advertisement b.allergy c.culture d.education


53.Which open wound is mostly sustained by pre-schoolers?
a.avulsion b.abrasion c.laceration d.punctured


54.Malaria in Ghana is mainly caused by plasmodium…
a.falciparium b.malariae c.ovale d.
vivax


55.Under which of these diseases has bilharzia be classified?
a.digestive diseases
b.gastro enteritis diseases
c.respiratory infection
d.schistomiasis diseases
56.Which of the following group of people are especially vulnerable as far as malnutrition is concerned?
i.children ii.convalescents iii.elderly iv.Infants v.pregnantwomen
a.IandII

b.I,II,IIIandIV

c.I,III,IVandV

d.I,II,
III,IVandV


57.Which of the following is not a technique to be used to encourage desirable of feelings?
a.cooperation and competition
b.praise and blame
c.pleasure and pain
d.reward and promotion


58.Which of the following skills can be classified as survival skills?
a.asking for permission
b.asking for help
c.deciding what to do
d.rewarding yourself


59.Which of the following cannot be classified as a consequence of social skills imparted on safety?
a.anger management
b.active listening
c.conflict management
d.poor academic output


60.Which nutrient is usually present in the body of a new born child at birth?
a.calcium b.iodine c.iron d.sodium


61.Which one of the following nutrients is not an energy giving nutrient?
a.carbohydrates b.fats&oil c.minerals d.protein


62.Factors that influence food choices can be classified into how many groups?
a.five b.four c.six d.three


63.Young children usually learn appropriately through…
a.giving gifts b.punishment c.repetition d.taking turns


64.Which one of the following is not a way to shape anti-social behaviours?
a.consistency b.directions c.firm–redirection d.modeling


65.Which one of the following is not suitable for a pre-schooler to perform to promote environmental health and sanitation in schools?
a.proper disposal of refuse
b.picking of pure water sachet
c.removal of cobwebs
d.weeding of the school compound


66.All these are intestinal infections except…
a.cholera b.dysentery c.neo natal disease d.thyphoid


67.Routines are established early in life of pre-schoolers.
True or False


68.It takes individuals few days to learn appropriate ways to express emotions and
interact appropriately with others.
True or False


69.Malnutrition is one of the agents that affect the physical growth of pre-schoolers.
True or False

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