TRCN Questions in Curriculum Studies


TRCN PQE Computer Based Test in Curriculum Studies

The TRCN PQE for Curriculum Studies draws questions from topics ranging from the following:
Models of curriculum development and design
Concept and processes of curriculum planning
Relationship between curriculum development and national goals
Meaning, scope and types of curriculum

The Teachers' Professional Qualifying Examination is a Computer Based Test (CBT). Practice with the sample past questions below and determine how well you have prepared for the exam

Which of the following influences curriculum design and organisation? cus26
A. Societal activity
B. School activity
C. Teacher activity
D. Learners activity

The following is not a main problem of curriculum design in Nigeria. cus27
A. Scope
B. Sequence
C. Continuity and integration
D. Content

The public concern for the teaching of religion knowledge as a separate subject in Nigeria schools arise from the — cus28
A. need to check moral decadence and vices in the society.
B. need to protect Islamic and Christian religions.
C. selfish motive.
D. religiously motivated.

The Blooms taxonomy of learning objectives intends to produce — cus29
A. all rounded, educated and functional individuals.
B. excellent and functional individuals.
C. individuals who will lead modern society.
D. knowledgeable technocrats.

The traditionalists see curriculum as — cus30
A. a guided learning experience.
B. organised knowledge that must be learnt.
C. societal generated.
D. school generated.

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1. Curriculum is important to the teacher because it enables the teacher — cus3


2. The Bloom’s taxonomy of educational objectives which a good curriculum must cover is the following. cus7


3. In defining curriculum, scholars agree with the following except — cus8


4. Any comprehensive definition of curriculum must cover the following school programmes except — cus6


5. Which of these best defines the curriculum? cus2


Question 1 of 5

The various definitions of curriculum can be grouped into these two categories. cus12
A. Traditionalist and idealist conception
B. Pragmatist and empiricist conception
C. Traditionalist and progressive conception
D. Cultural and traditionalist conception

Examples of overt curriculum include the following documents except — cus21
A. textbooks.
B. films.
C. notes.
D. classroom interaction.

Null curriculum refers to — cus22
A. unplanned, conscious and unconscious interactions and actions learnt in schools.
B. formal teaching experience.
C. planned learning experience.
D. non-existent experience.

Ana Arm
Author: Ana Arm

Estd. 2013

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