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It embodies all the teaching-learning

experiences guided and directed by the

a) Curriculum---
b) Curriculum Planning
c) Curriculum Development
d) Curriculum design
2. The process whereby the advance
arrangement of learning opportunities for a
particular population of learners is created.

a) Curriculum
b) Curriculum Development
c) Curriculum Planning---
d) Curriculum Design
3. Its planned, purposeful, progressive and systematic process to create
positive improvements in the educational system.

a) Curriculum
b) Curriculum Development---
c) Curriculum Planning
d) Curriculum Design
4. A term used to describe the purposeful and systematic organization
of curriculum.

a) Curriculum
b) Curriculum Planning
c) Curriculum Design---
d) Curriculum Development
5. A framework for setting out the aims of a programme of education,
including the knowledge and understanding to be gained at each stage.

a) Curriculum Implementation
b) Curriculum Intent---
c) Curriculum Achievement
d) Curriculum Impact
6. Curriculum planner has characteristics except one. Which is this?

a) Open-minded
b) Willing to listen
c) Decision making---
d) Ready to adapt
7. Effective parental involvement in school affairs may be linked to
_______ educational programs which is central to high quality
experience of the students.

a) Teachers
b) Parents---
c) Learners
d) Students
8. They are the very reason a curriculum is developed. They are the
ones who are directly influenced by it.

a) Teachers
b) Parents
c) Learners---
d) Students
9. It is simply the design by which schools fulfil their responsibilities on
behalf of children and society as well.

a) School Curriculum
b) Good Curriculum
c) Curriculum Process
d) Curriculum Planning---
10. it’s to determine the need and purposes, identification and analysis
of existing situation has to be done.

a) Planning---
b) Processing
c) Strategies
d) Reconstruction
11. The most important person in the curriculum implementation.

a) Teacher---
b) Student
c) Community
d) Guardian
12. Plays a key role in developing, implementing, assessing and
modifying the curriculum.

a) Community
b) Administration
c) Student
d) Teacher---
13. It defines what the learner will learn and can possibly guide when
the learner learns the information from lesson.

a) Curriculum---
b) Planner
c) Assessment test
d) fggfhdg
14. These are the effective curriculum that provides except one.

a) Teacher
b) Student
c) Administrator
d) Guardian---
15. Refers to a complete course of study a student has to go through in
his chosen programme.

a) Teaching
b) Curriculum---
c) Teacher
d) Guidance councilor
16. Broadly defined as the totality of students experiences that occur in
the educational process.

a) Course
b) Curriculum---
c) Prospectus
d) Subject
17. Awarded upon completing and passing a course or required school

a) Diploma
b) Certificate of Completion
c) Credits---
d) Certificate of the Competencies
18. Identify what the learning will know and be able to do at the end of
a course or program.

a) Lesson Outcomes
b) Learning Outcomes---
c) Student Efficiency
d) Learning Efficiency
19. What the student is expected to accomplish after being going
through the taught subject is described.

a) Subject Outcomes
b) Subject Level---
c) Learning Level
d) Learning Subject
20. The one that understands the structure, credits, module and
descriptor by going through the curriculum.

a) The Facilitator
b) The School Coordinator
c) The Teachers---
21. In her article teacher as a curriculum leader, possess that the
problem lies in the teacher’s self perception and role identification.

a) Beth Handler (2010)---

b) Oliva (2005)
c) Ramparsad (2000)
d) Carl (2009)
22. Curriculum is content but when contextualized, it comes alive for

a) Multiculturalism
b) Equity Minded Instruction
c) Active Learning---
d) Incorporating Students Choice
23. Curriculum development can be challenging, therefore the
involvement of all stakeholders especially individual who are directly
involved in student instruction are a vital piece in successful curriculum
development and revision.

a) Johnson (2001)---
b) Carl (2009)
c) Handler (2010)
d) Olivia (2005)
24. The goal of successful educational program and the effective
curriculum development should be to meet the needs and current
demand of the culture, the society and the expectation of the
population being served.

a) The Importance of Teacher’s Involvement in Curriculum

b) The Challenges Teachers Face in Curriculum Development
c) Introduction---
d) Preparation for Teacher Involvement in Curriculum Development
25. During the curriculum process, teachers use a prescribed
curriculum to build lessons that have global impact.

a) Incorporating student choice

b) Multiculturalism---
c) Equity minded instruction
d) Active learning
26. The most important person in the curriculum process

a) Learners
b) Teachers---
c) Principal
d) All of the above
27. They are responsible for introducing the curriculum in the

a) Guidance Councilor
b) Learners
c) Dddede
d) Teachers---
28. The person who needs to understand the curriculum development

a) Learner
b) Principal
c) Teacher---
d) None of the above
29. It is the instructor’s road map of what students need to learn and
how it will be done effectively during class time.

a) Lesson plan---
b) Attendance
c) Plan
d) All of the above
30. This means teachers have improvement and increasing in many
points of them, such as experience and autonomy.

a) The challenges teachers face in curriculum development

b) Preparation for teacher involvement in curriculum development---
c) The importance of teachers involvement in curriculum
d) jjhggfh
31. In teacher involvement in curriculum development who
philosopher said, on the other hand there is an important point to
make efficient in involvement of teacher in curriculum development

a) Handler (2010)
b) Fullan (1991)---
c) Carl (2009)
d) Johnson (2001)
33. The curriculum development process have many ways to improved,
which one is not a process in improving in development process?

a) Use of technology for fulfilment of demands old stake holders

b) Revision of curriculum
c) Teachers can understand the psychology of the learner---
d) Need based analysis of curriculum
33. In facing of curriculum development, who is the important factor in
succeeding of curriculum development?

a) Teacher---
b) Student
c) Parents
d) Knowledge
34. Curriculum must be a living document that is in constant flux.
Which curriculum that explains this question

a) The teacher’s role in in curriculum development

b) Conclusion---
c) The challenges teachers face in curriculum development
d) yhhf
35. For instance, the sixth national curriculum which had been adopted
since the year

a) 1992---
b) 1993
c) 1994
d) 1995
36. Each state establish content standard and education in level of

a) Grade level---
b) High school level
c) College level
d) All of the above
37. This curriculum comprised from ideas offered by policy matter,
school officials, administrators or politicians.

a) Rhetorical Curriculum---
b) The Internal Curriculum
c) Received Curriculum
d) Phantom Curriculum
38. It is the curriculum that processes content, knowledge combined
with the experience and realities of the learners to create new

a) Curriculum in use
b) The Null Curriculum
c) The Internal Curriculum---
d) Received Curriculum
39. One of the levels of curriculum planning with content to develop
skills and knowledge needed for continued employment or study of
business based on the application of basic academics and business

a) Manager
b) Owner
c) Supervisor
d) Career-Sustaining(CS)---
40. It is the curriculum where the messages prevalent in and through
exposure to any type of media.

a) Curriculum in use
b) Received Curriculum
c) Phantom Curriculum---
d) The Internal Curriculum
41. It provides the same in depth, solid understanding and skill
development in all business functions as in the specialist curriculum,
and in addition incorporation content that addresses the supervision of

a) Manager
b) Supervisor---
c) Owner
d) Specialist
42. In writing curriculum, you must:

a) Collect and device materials

b) Ask for help
c) Describe your vision and focus---
d) Online programs
43. At the end of the day, it’s not about the curriculum or plan itself, it’s

a) The representation of the material

b) How well they understood the lesson---
c) To understand quickly
d) To apply it
44. It is one of the essential curriculum development process

a) Planning
b) Context and methods---
c) Generalizing and experience
d) All of the above
45. These are the characteristics of curriculum except

a) Faster growth
b) Should be narrowly conceived
c) Should cater the right use of leisure
d) Should be psychologically sound
46. Creating multiple lessons plan in order to build curriculum takes

a) Plan book
b) Ask for help
c) Schedule Planning Time---
d) Lesson Plan
47. The _______ and school in particular have a responsibility to
individual children and the society.

a) Educational System---
b) Prepare future ready
c) Learners for the world
d) Lesson plan
48. In other countries, the _______ has a holistic meaning.

a) Experience
b) Curricular
c) Curriculum---
d) Teaching
49. This is one of the way to help the student for better understanding.

a) Focus on the student---

b) Ask for help
c) Supportive program
d) Schedule planning time
50. A good curriculum will see in continuously

a) Evolving
b) Changing
c) Active
d) Evaluating
51. In this way, you’ll know if you are good in your way of teaching by

a) Planning for creating comments box

b) Planning for a meeting
c) Planning for feedbacks
d) Planning for feedbacks assesment----
52. It’s not suggested to use the curriculum as set course of action

a) Schedule planning time

b) Supportive program or software
c) Avoid prepackaged curriculum---
d) Feedback and assesments
53. It is the needs of the students that ensures the materials is
understood, maintained and applied in and out of the classroom.

a) Focus on the students---

b) Feedback and assessments
c) Supportive program or software
d) Schedule planning time
54. The way to measure how well students are doing in everyday

a) Supportive program or software

b) Feedback and assessments---
c) Schedule planning time
d) Ask for help
55. The curriculum prepares learners for life in the society.

a) Curriculum should be dynamic---

b) Curriculum should have clear objective
c) Curriculum should meet the needs of individual learners
d) Curriculum should be developed democratically
56. The curriculum allows the learner progresses and grow.

a) Curriculum should have clear objective

b) Curriculum should meet the needs of individual learners
c) Curriculum should be developed democratically
d) Curriculum should build learning experience---
57. It’s order to achieve consiveness that targets the success of every

a) Curriculum should be dynamic

b) Curriculum should have clear objective
c) Curriculum should meet the needs of individual learners
d) Curriculum should be democratically---
58. The way to measure the students development in learning.

a) Avoiding prepackaged curriculum

b) Feedback and assessment---
c) Supportive program of software
d) Schedule planning time
59. A guide to all teachers to build a good curriculum.

a) Feedback and assessment

b) Schedule planning time
c) Supportive program or software----
d) Avoiding prepackaged curriculum
60. Every student needs to be considered in choosing a curriculum.

a) Curriculum meets the needs of individual learners---

b) Curriculum developed democratically
c) Curriculum is responsible for personality
d) Curriculum is dynamic
61. Curriculum should show the development of the learners.

a) Curriculum is responsible for personality---

b) Curriculum is developed democratically
c) Curriculum should build learning experience
d) Curriculum should meet the needs of individual learners
62. This are the types of the curriculum except one. What is this?

a) Traditional
b) Thematic Unit Study
c) Classical
d) Preaching---
63. This type is known as “________” teaching across the curriculum or
integrated study,

a) Traditional
b) Classical
c) Programmed
d) Thematic Learning---
64. This type is often based on self-faced and sequential work.

a) Traditional
b) Programmed---
c) Classical
d) Thematic Learning
65. This type is stages or ways of learning that concide a cognitive

a) Classical---
b) Technological
c) Thematic learning
d) Programmed
66. This type includes internet and software based programs. The
internet provides multi-sensory, interactive learning via multi-media

a) Classical
b) Programmed
c) Technological learning---
d) Thematic learning
67. Every curriculum should meet needs weather it's for private on
public school every student needs should be considered while choosing
a curriculum.
a) Student
b) Individual learners ---
c) Teacher
d) Both A and B
68. The role of teacher in curriculum process Is to help for develop an
engaged relationship with the content.
a) Students --
b) teacher
c) Guidance
d) None of the above.
69. It apply these standards to develop curricular framework for
a) School
b) School district --
c) School principle
d) A and B
70. Can refer to the entire program provided by a classroom, school,
district, state or a country.
a) Curriculum --
b) B. Curriculum program
c) Curriculum development
d) Curriculum assessment
71. Can refer to the entire program provided by a classroom, school,
district, state or a country.
a) Curriculum
b) Curriculum program
c) Curriculum development ---
d) Curriculum assessment
72.It is a content which provides in-depth, solid understanding and
skills development in all business function.
a) Supervisor
b) Specialist--
c) Owner
d) Prerequisite
73. This content develops skills and knowledge needed for continued
a) Supervisor
b) Career-sustaining—
c) Specialist
d) Owner
74. This content develops employability and job-survival skills and
a) career-sustaining
b) Prerequisite__
c) Owner
d) Specialist
75. A type of curriculum which we do not teach.
a) Hidden or covert curriculum
b) Null curriculum—
c) Societal curriculum
d) Phantom curriculum
76. This type of curricula can now be expanded too include the
powerful effects of social media.
a) Hidden or covert curriculum
b) Societal curriculum—
c) Null curriculum
d) Phantom curriculum
77. A type of curriculum that is learning through searching the internet
for information, or through using e-forms of communication.
a) The electronic curriculum-
b) The internal curriculum
c) Phantom curriculum
d) Societal curriculum
78. Refers to the lesson and academic context taught in a school.
a) Curriculum planning
b) Curriculum design
c) Curriculum-
d) Curriculum development
79. A process whereby the advance arrangement of learning
opportunities for a particular preparation is created.
a) Curriculum development
b) Curriculum design
c) Curriculum planning-
d) Curriculum
80. They are the most important person in the curriculum
implementation process.
a) Teachers
b) Principals
c) Students
d) All of the above
81.It helps the teacher to develop the perspective of the programme
and align his teaching plan to be line with the program.
a) credits
b) curriculum --\
c) module level
d) module descriptor
82. The ___ facilitate planning the number of hours the subject is
taught per week.
a) credits --
b) curriculum
c) module level
d) module descriptor
83. The _____ helps the teacher to understand what the teacher
should do in class teaching.
a) method of delivery
b) learning objectives–
c) lecture plan
d) module descriptor
84. The ____ understands the structure, credits, module descriptor, by
going through the curriculum.
a) students
b) professors
c) teachers –
d) Proctors
85. They understands the structure, credits, module descriptor, by
going through the curriculum.
a) students
b) professors
c) Teachers–
d) proctors
86. It serves as a checklist that guides teachers to be systematic in the
delivery of their lessons.
a) Curriculum
b) Curriculum development
c) Lesson plan—
d) Curriculum planning
87. The following are steps on how to plan a curriculum, EXCEPT ONE:
a) Describe your vision, focus, objectives, and student needs.
b) Create a checklist--
c) Identify resources
d) Develop experiences that meet your objectives.