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1

The aim of our education during the Commonwealth period was:

A.designed after Japanese Occupation
B.predominantly religious
C.purely nationalistic and democratic
D.patterned after American curriculum

2

A school curriculum should include a common body of knowledge that all students should know

A.essentialism
B.progressivism
C.perennialism
D.reconstructionism

3

The emphasis on curriculum of this philosophy deals with the choices. in subject matter and electives as well as the emotional, aesthetic, and philosophical subjects

A.pragmatism
B.progressivism
C.existentialism
D.idealism

4

Which educational philosophy focuses on the role of curriculum as a means in remaking society and rebuilding culture?

A.perennialism
B.progressivism
C.existentialism
D.reconstructionism

5

suppose that in developing a curriculum, your intention is to put a lot of importance in developing the mind and spirit of the learners. what philosophical belief will help you on this?

A.axiology
B.idealism
C.pragmatism
D.reconstructionism

6

the aim of this educational philosophy in education is to educate the rational person or to cultivate the intellect

A.perennialism
B.essentialism
C.reconstructionism
D.progressivism

7

Mr. Carlos is interested in getting involved in school-related functions. he ask "Why should schools need a curriculum?" which curriculum foundations could give him some ideas for an answer

A.socio-philosophical
B.psychological
C.historical
D.technological

8

he was one of the hallmarks of curriculum, who believed that curriculum is a science and an extension of school's philosophy

A.ralph tyler
B.hollis caswell
C.franklin bobbit
D.hilda taba

9

he believed that the curriculum is a set of experiences in which the subject matter is developed around social functions and learners' interest. this is

A.william kilpatrick
B.hollis caswell
C.harld rugg
D.werret charters

10

he introduced the project method in the curriculum where the teachers and students plan the activities

A.harold rugg
B.franklin bobbit
C.william kilpatrick
D.werret charters

11

which is not a part of the grassroots approach for Hilda Taba?

A.Selection of learning content
B.selection of learning experience
C.selection of technology
D.selection of learning environment

12

what characteristics of a good curriculum does this imply? "The curriculum must adapt the educational activities and services to meet the needs of a modern and dynamic community."

A.the curriculum is continuously evolving
B.the curriculum is democratically conceived
C.the curriculum is based on the needs of the people
D.the curriculum is a complex of details

13

which holds true when each level of subject matter is smoothly connected to the next level and glaring gaps, wasteful overlaps in subject matter are avoided?

A.the curriculum must be sequenced
B.the curriculum must be articulated
C.the curriculum must be integrated
D.the curriculum must be continued

14

if the "what" in teaching refers to curriculum, the "how" of it refers to:

A.strategies
B.instruction
C.learning
D.approaches

15

this concept includes the sub-processes of curriculum planning, organization, implementation, and evaluation. Which concept is this?

A.curriculum development
B.curriculum assessment
C.curriculum management
D.curriculum and instruction

16

which statement is true in using the non-technical approach to curriculum development?

A.the teachers function both as a curriculum developer and implementor
B.the processes used in curriculum development are rational and systematic
C.the teachers rarely participate in the development in the curricula
D.curriculum functions are separate but related to instructional functions

17

if curriculum is designed following the traditional approach, which feature(s) apply(ies)?
I. the aims of the curriculum are set by professional and experts
II. Integrated groups (teachers, students, communities) are assumed to agree with the aims of the curriculum
III. Consensus building is not necessary

A.I,II,III
B.I,II
C.I,III
D.III only

18

School curricula reflect worldwide economic issues, political integration and industrialization. what do these point to in curriculum development?

A.the trends toward globalization and localization
B. the trend toward participatory curriculum development
C.the shift in the paradigm of curriculum development from a process-oriented to a product-oriented one
D.the trend towards the classical approach to curriculum development

19

which of the following school activities is closely related and has greater impact to curriculum development?

A.principal's performance evaluation of the teachers
B.monthly meeting with the barangay officials
C.review of the textbooks and reference materials
D.school visit of visitors from other places

20

instructional objectives may serve the following useful purposes in curriculum planning EXCEPT

A.specifying the appropriate level of habitual change in behavior
B.define the direction in which desired growth and development should take place
C.provide a basis for selecting of learning experiences
D.provide a basis for evaluating learning outcomes

21

this phase of curriculum development involves decisions, among other things, on grade placement and sequencing of content. which phase is this?

A.curriculum planning
B.curriculum evaluation
C.curriculum organization
D.curriculum implementation

22

what process of curriculum development is being undertaken by the developers when they try to obtain relevant and significant information to be able to judge the worth of an educational program, its product, procedures, and objectives

A.curriculum planning
B.curriculum designing
C.curriculum organization
D.curriculum evaluation

23

a formative evaluation of the curriculum during its implementation to determine if there are things to be modified or corrected:

A.school-based evaluation
B.assessment
C.accreditation
D.curriculum monitoring

24

which pair of the components of a lesson plan does not parallel curriculum components

A.behavioral objectives and evaluation
B.subject matter and content
C.teaching methods and instruction
D.assessment and evaluation

25

Mrs. Galang often make use of experiential rather than the rote method in teaching: she is, thus, observed to provide "custom-made" activities for her pupils. the curriculum pattern she apparently follows is that of

A.activity-based
B.child-centered
C.process-oriented
D.life-functions-focused

26

which statement about the subject-centered curriculum is NOT true

A.there is a high level of cooperative interaction
B.it covers much content in a short period of time
C.the teacher has full control of the classroom activities
D.the main task is mastery of learning

27

Mrs. Garcia would like to take part in developing a subject-centered curriculum because she believes that all subjects in this curriculum are geared towards the holistic development of the learner. is her belief about the experience-centered curriculum true? why?

A.no, because the experience-centered curriculum focuses on the learners needs, interests, and abilities
B.yes, because the experience-centered curriculum emphasizes the teaching of facts and knowledge for future use
C.yes, because the experience--centered curriculum involves cooperative control
D.no, because it is the experience -centered curriculum that emphasizes integration of habits and skills in learning the knowledge component of subject areas

28

which is NOT a description of the experience-centered curriculum?

A.emphasis is on the total development and growth of the learners
B.controlled and cooperatively directed by learners, parents, and teachers
C.education is a means to develop socially creative individual
D.emphasis upon facts and knowledge for future use

29

Dr. Magracia intends to open a school with a curriculum that must be primarily experience-centered. which of the following criteria must she NOT follow to ensure that the curriculum is that which she wants?

A.the curriculum should promote the use of active and dynamic process so that learning is improved
B.the curriculum should be used with high level of cooperative interaction
C.the curriculum content should be primarily based on the learner's needs, ability levels, and interest
D.the curriculum should emphasize the teaching of acts and knowledge

30

other than the teacher, there must be materials which should help in the implementation of a written curriculum in order to have a successful teaching. this is referred to as:

A.supported curriculum
B.intended curriculum
C.recommended curriculum
D.taught curriculum