CoE level 200 B.ed students- UEW past questions available here(Differentiated planning,Learning and multimedia development)



LEVEL: 200


INDEX NUMBER:………………………………………………………………….


INSTRUCTION: Answer ALL 40 Questions by selecting the CORRECT letters where appropriate and provide the correct answers to complete the others.

1. Learning is relatively permanent change in behavioural, potentiality that occurs as a result of reinforced practice. The reinforcement here means?.

A. Forcing learning in the learners 

B. Giving them rewards. 

C. Changing their learning styles. 

D. Building in them attitudinal change.

2. The response to the conditioned stimulus is termed as…

A. Conditioned result 

B. Unconditioned response 

C. classical conditioned  

D. conditioned response.

3. In classical conditioning, the initially neutral stimulus eliciting a new response after been associated with the unconditioned stimulus is called..

A. Unconditioned Stimulus 

B. Conditioned Stimulus 

C. Unconditioned Response. 

D. Conditioned Response.

4. According to Skinner’s Operant response is dictated by…

A. External Motivation 

B. Learners interaction with the Environment 

C. Learns interactions with nature  

D. Conditional Stimulus.

5. All of the following are functions of a stimulus Except:  

A. Threshold. 

B. Eliciting. 

C. Reinforcing.

D. Discriminative.

6. In classical conditioning, the initially neutral stimulus eliciting a new response after been associated with the unconditioned stimulus is called:

A. Unconditioned Stimulus 

B. Unconditioned Response 

C. Conditioned Stimulus

D. Conditioned Response.

7. Spontaneous recovery refers to: 
A. A hysterical patient’s response to hypnosis 
B. Return of instinctual behavior 
C. Return of CR during extinction after a time lapse

D. The concept of reflex strength developed by Descartes.

8. Children learn many social behaviours by imitating parent and other models. This type of learning is called. 

A. Observation 

B. Reinforced Learning 

C. Operant Conditioning

D. Classical Conditioning

9. A Reinforcer is anything presented after a response that increase the frequency of that response. If you clap your hands to stop your dog from barking, which you find irritating, the stopping of the barking is for you the termination of an aversive stimulus, or a

A. Positive Reinforcer​

B. Primary Reinforcer

C. Negative Reinforcer

D. Punishment

10. Who is associated to Instrumental conditioning or learning?

A. Vygotsky

B. Ivan Pavlov.

C. B.F Skinner  

D. F.B. Skinner  

11. When a teacher uses previous neutral stimulus to pair with a primary reinforcer in order to strengthen responses, this is term as… 

A. Primary reinforcer

B. Secondary reinforcer

C. Intermediate reinforcer

D. Major reinforcer.

12.…….is a process of acquiring knowledge and skills through distinguished media based on the learners needs..

13. All the following are characteristics of differentiated learning classroom except.

A. Flexible classroom learning environment 

B. Activity driven approach 

C. Variety of instructional strategies 

D. Devoid child centered approach.

14. In differentiated learning the teacher is always proactive and takes a motivational and positive approach this action is to…

A. To help learners to skip others 

B. To prevent learners from ever falling behind. 

C. To encourages team work. 

D. To help the teacher to be more productive.

15. Choose the odd. 

A. Differentiated instruction takes multiple approaches 

B. Differentiated instruction is qualitative 

C. Teachers give more work to advanced and less work to struggle students 

D. Differentiated instruction is student-cantered.

16. ….. a set of factors, behavours and attitudes that facilitate learning for an individual in a given situation. 

17. The following are the need for learning styles except…..

A. To create a safe and supportive environment

B. Assess students’ learning using formative assessment. 

C. shared topic, or assignments based on competition 

D. design lessons based on students’ learning styles.

18. The type of learning which the students carry out physical activities, whole-body movements to process new and difficult information is….

A. kinesthetic learning style 

B. Visual learning style 

C. Auditory learning style

D. Kinesthetic movement style.

19. The four primary learning styles are;…

20. Auditory Learners are characterized by the following except..

A. They learn by listening and verbalizing. 

B. They speak fast and tend to be natural listener

C. They lose concentration easily

D. They read with whispering lip movements.

21. An active learning strategy that engages students with materials on an individual level, in pairs and finally as a large group is….A. Think pair-share B. Recall C. Opening lesson D. Brainstorming.

22. The significance of blank slate or slide in presentation is to…..A. Begins lesson B. Close lesson C. gain students’ attention. D. Approach lesson.

23. Curriculum in Latin word is…. which means runs to reach a goal A. Curere B. Currerer C. Currere D. Curerer

24. An instruction and the educative programme which the pupils follow to achieve their

goals, ideas and aspirations of life is called..? 

25. According to…….. Curriculum is plan or program of all experiences which the learner encounters under the direction of a school. 

A. Gatawa (1990) B. Tanner & Tanner,(1995). C. kerr,(1968)

26. All these are Characteristics of a good Curriculum except?  

A. Democratically conceived 

B. Based on the needs of the people 

C. The result of short-term effort 

D. Complex of detail.

27. The “taught” curriculum or what occurs between teachers and

Students and between students and students is….

A. Actual Curriculum 

B. Official Curriculum 

C. Formal Curriculum 

D. Co-curriculum

28. The intellectual processes and content that schools do not teach is….. 

29. Sports, clubs and society meetings excursions and study trips are examples of….

A. Actual Curriculum 

B. Official Curriculum 

C. Informal Curriculum 

D. Null curriculum

30. Curriculum operation which involves the concept of individual differences…

A. Enacted Curriculum

B. Hidden Curriculum

C. Experienced Curriculum

D. Null curriculum

31. The basic components of the curriculum are all except;

A. Curriculum Aims, Goals and objectives

B. Curriculum Content or subject matter.

C. Curriculum Experience.

D. Curriculum Extinction

32. The basic components of syllabus are all but…

A. Teacher Information

B. Course Description

C. Course Objectives

D. Course Ideology

33. A major form of human thought and interpersonal communication is known as…

A. interviewing 

B. communicating   

C. questioning

D. learning. 

34. … requires a little more thought and generally encourage wider discussion and elaboration.

35. Questions can be classified into the following except…

A. cognitive and affective domains

B. social and emotional questions

C. narrow and broad questions

D. mental operation questions

36. … consists of instructional messages that contains words and pictures.

37. The rationale for multimedia instruction is that people can learn more deeply from……..

38. Instructional multimedia are best used in …………

39. Taxonomy means classification of educational…

A. Recourses 

B. Objectives.

C. Guidelines. 

D. Outcome

40. Benjamin Bloom classified the cognitive domain into …..major levels/categories.

A. Five B. Six C. Seven D. Four.

1. Under Differentiated Planning and Learning, VAK Learning Styles use the three main sensory (Visual, Auditory and Kinesthetics).Describe in details how you will adopt the VAK Learning style to handle an inclusive JHS class 2 class. (Compulsory Question)2. Explain in details the differences between (i)Formal Curriculum & Official Curriculum

​​​​​          (ii) Actual Curriculum &Hidden Curriculum

​​​​​          (iii)Absent Curriculum & Attained Curriculum

                                                                   (iv) Curriculum & Syllabus

Please support your answers with few examples3. How best can you explain the following in your own wordsto a colleague who needs clarifications on them?  (i) Curriculum Strands

           (ii) Standard base Curriculum

           (iii) Competency-Based Curriculum

           (iv) Content Standards

               (v) Extra curriculum & Co-Curriculum

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