TMA CRD122

The primary way that teachers obtain data concerning their students’ attainment is by ____
which of the following is not correct?
______ of a student while he is performing a task can provide useful information concerning his attitudes about the task
When a teacher notes keywords, phrases or ideas from lessons, arrange them in a hierarchy,draw circles around them and connects their arrows or lines, the teacher is constructing ______
A learning strategy that lays emphasis on active role of learners in the process of constructing their own knowledge is ______
Which of the following is not true of cncept mapping?
Constructivist theory maintains that learners come into the classrooms with ideas concerning a new ______
Which of the following is not true of constructivism?
A tool used for collecting qualitative data or information from members of a group through discussion is ______
To establish similarity between certain dissimilar things can be described as ______
______ involves matching new ideas with the old ones already stored in the memory
The transformation to surmount the barrier between the starting situation and the final goal is described as _______
 ______ is regarded as a structured activity with a set of rules for the activity involving two or more students in an interaction towards achieving certain objectives
which of the following is not correct?
______ of a student while he is performing a task can provide useful information concerning his attitudes about the task
Which technique is said to be very important in assessing processes?
Non-cognitive measures which can be used to asses emotional status of students in various contents are ______
When assessing manipulative skills, which of the following should be looked out for?
Which of the following is not a limitation of field trip?
Field trip should be encouraged for the following reasons except ______
A display or an exhibition usually carried out by the teacher while the students watch is ______
One of the following is not acceptable
A diagrammatic representation of ideas using arrows to indicate their relationship so as to present new knowledge structure is ______
The trait and factor theory is identified with ____
The trait and factor theory is based on the ___ and the requirements of various occupations
Trait factor theory of Ginzberg and his Associate multifactor has ____ principles
The vocational choice is a ___
The Fantasy of Ginzberg and his Assoicates theory is from ___
The Realistic period of Ginzberg and his Assoicates is from ___
In vocational guidance, the stage to survey, evaluate, explore and acquaint oneself with the environment is called ____
____ in vocational process implies vision or position, after due assessment, a settlement on the best from the available chances on career process
The major concepts of Ginzberg and his Assoicates theory are ____ stages
“Unexamined life is not worth living” who made this statement?
Group memebers learn and _____ certain attitudes and behaviours
Each stage of the group work is essential and must be _____
There are _____ domains of educational objectives
_____ domain deals with rational intellectual through processes
A good record must be ______ to keep
Every record kept must have a ______ to ensure a specific function
A good record should be cross ____ with detailed information
The ______ process starts from the initial phase to work, termination
The ________ contains the overall summary of the student’s performance and behavioural ratings for the entire period of his stay in the school
______ sheets/card is mainly for recording the student’s scores in the various tests, assignments, projects etc
___________type of corporation is owned by members
_______________ includes farming, forestry, fisheries and livestocks
Poor management is NOT a problem of agricultural cooperatives.
A corporation has its own legal personality created by the __________
_________ objective is to make a profit for and serve the investors
The cooperative policy is an overall general statement of objectives of the cooperative
___________ is the mix of activities that both public service agents and citizens contribute to the provision of public financed services.
___________cooperatives can give loan to members
Cooperative marketing is any agreement to combine ____________ efforts
In __________ cooperative members pool their savings together
____ is used to embrace all atributes of the person
The leading writers in the area of vocational choice and self-concept
The period where an individual attempts to stay put in the, chosen vocation is called ___
The period where stabilization in a vocation is enhanced through courses, workshops, seminars and conferences are ___
The stage where productivity of an individual start to decline due to his chronological or mental age is refers to ___
Who is the leading writer of personality theory?
The personality word is derived from the Latin word “persona” which means ___
Holland formulated a scheme of occupational classification which comprising ____
____ emphasis the influence one’s cultural background such as family aspirations, religions schooling culutral orientation to one is exposed on the choice of a career
Who was the founder of psychoanlytic theory?
_______________ is specified amount for each unit of product bought or sold or a specified percentage of the value of each unit
____________ cooperatives takes on additional activities and investments with time to satisfy present members and to attract potential members.
There are __________________ objectives of cooperative marketing
Lack of capital resources  is a NOT problem of agricultural cooperatives
Cooperative corporation is owned and controlled by its _________
___________ is also known as gearing
Reserve fund is for ________________
Board of director is responsibe for hiring the ___________
__________  devise programs to carry out the policies
The ___________ school  are mainly business firms that have some unique social and associational features
Group memebers learn and _____ certain attitudes and behaviours
Each stage of the group work is essential and must be _____
There are _____ domains of educational objectives
_____ domain deals with rational intellectual through processes
A good record must be ______ to keep
Every record kept must have a ______ to ensure a specific function
A good record should be cross ____ with detailed information
The ______ process starts from the initial phase to work, termination
The ________ contains the overall summary of the student’s performance and behavioural ratings for the entire period of his stay in the school
______ sheets/card is mainly for recording the student’s scores in the various tests, assignments, projects etc
A  cooperative is an association of individuals of common/same means and aspirations who have ___________come together
The cooperative management __________ shows the members as constituting the base or the foundation of the management team
Cooperatives have clear-cut _______character
The cooperative has its own legal personality created through a ___________
There are _________ types of cooperative
____________capital is needed to purchase relatively large capital items of a fixed nature
Voluntary and open membership is a feature of ____________
Economic efficiency is an objective of cooperative marketing
_______cooperative  furnish members with quality consumer products at affordable prices
______________ is made up of two secondary cooperative
The _____ record folder is the most important single record which provides for the recording of important data on the students
Privacy of students’ records should be part of the _________ that schools must abide with
_______ of records and record keeping entails understanding the meaning, types, qualities etc
______ process is the procedure and ways by which clients’ problems are worked through
The ______ phase is immediately after the initial phase
The ____ phase is the same thing as prepartory stage
_____ should be introduced gradually than being superimposed on the school and the staff
An important aspect of the planning stage is the formation of the guidance ______ committee in the school
The school principal, teachers, counsellors, guardians, students are ____
______ should utilize guidance services in the school to learn more about their children
The _____ record folder is the most important single record which provides for the recording of important data on the students
Privacy of students’ records should be part of the _________ that schools must abide with
_______ of records and record keeping entails understanding the meaning, types, qualities etc
______ process is the procedure and ways by which clients’ problems are worked through
The ______ phase is immediately after the initial phase
The ____ phase is the same thing as prepartory stage
_____ should be introduced gradually than being superimposed on the school and the staff
An important aspect of the planning stage is the formation of the guidance ______ committee in the school
The school principal, teachers, counsellors, guardians, students are ____
______ should utilize guidance services in the school to learn more about their children
A project as defined by Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English is
The following are the characteristic of a project except one
The project cycle involves number of stages
The first three stages of a project are
The idea about a new project could arise from any of the following except one
Some items that should be covered in a project check list, except
Location of projects is usually affected by the following factors
Ordinarily, Capacity means “ability to do something but in project management it means
Project identification generally consist of the following steps, except
Methods of project identification technique/approach include the following
________ is a happer and jovial person who helps those who are in need
______ is to decide ahead of time what an individual want to do
_____ is an act of transferring a client to another professional to be handle appropriately
_____ clients expect their information to be kept secret
Using _______ tests is one of the factors that make counselling scientific and more objective
Frank Parsons, the father of Guidance Movement is an _____
In _____ Ibadan Career Council was formed
In December 1st _____ marked the birth of Counselling Association of Nigeria at the University of Ibadan
The Federal Government has inserted the need for guidance and counselling in our schools in its National Policy on Education of _____
_______ is a system of religious beliefs and rituals
That human actions are triggered by a desire for pleasure and avoidance of pain is the opinion of —
When motivation is seem to be intrinsically attached to human activity, it means —-
Self actualisation belongs to what level in the needs hierarchy
The influence that a learned task has over learning another is known as
A situation where a learned skill has no effect on the performance of a second task is called —-
Education comprises the following except —-
All the things around the learner that stimulate him to action consists his
When education deals with such pathogenic questions of context, reasons, methods and timing, it is known as —
A teaching – learning process which has a generally accepted and regular set of rules is called —-
In what year was rapid progress in the forms and system of education in Nigeria
A situation where a learned skill has no effect on the performance of a second task is called —-
Education comprises the following except —-
All the things around the learner that stimulate him to action consists his
When education deals with such pathogenic questions of context, reasons, methods and timing, it is known as —
A teaching – learning process which has a generally accepted and regular set of rules is called —-
In what year was rapid progress in the forms and system of education in Nigeria
The national policy was reviewed in —-
The philosophy of education was based on —-
The first curriculum conference was organised in the year —–
One of the recommendations of the commission is —–
Manpower planning ensure the right manpower is engage for the job. The selection criteria are except
The manpower of a project could be groupe into two, namely
An example of direct labour in a manufacturing plant include
In project management the first in demand analysis is
One of the following impact more on the consumption of a company product
Supply analysis enable an investor to determine
A marketing plan should include all but one
A marketing plan should address issues concerning the marketing of a product
Working Capital is one of the most essential cost in project analysis because
In project analysis one of the following is not a resource
Marketing channel is the sequential movement of the commodities form the producer (farmer) to the final___________
A  fully monetised economy has ________ of agricultural products as one of its policy objectives
_______ develops from plans
Population density ________ areas is about 1000 person/sq.km
____________is a situation of large mechanized farms existing side by side with small farms
____________ is the type of land ownership, whereby land is generally regarded as the property of government
_________ system of farming whereby a farmer cultivates crops and rears animals in order to produce food fordomestic consumption
In the_________system, the emphasis is on the small-scale farmers
Fertilizer is an example of main inputs used for agricultural production
________ refers to areas where  labour is dominant
There are _____salient features of marketing
Planning is important for agricultural development
There are _______primary policy objectives of the Federal Government on agricultural co-operatives
Agricultural ________ programme is the totality of development activities undertaken by the government or other organizations in order to achieve the stated development objectives
____________ are examples of basic ameninities except
Marketing channel is the stages through which commodities pass form farmers to the __________.
____________ generates a fair distribution of income and high level of employment
The total ________ resource of Nigeria is estimated to be about 98.3 million hectares
Agricultural activities begin with the clearing and preparation of the land for food production, and end with the final ____________
_________ refers to high  man-land ratio areas
That human actions are triggered by a desire for pleasure and avoidance of pain is the opinion of —
When motivation is seem to be intrinsically attached to human activity, it means —-
Self actualisation belongs to what level in the needs hierarchy
The influence that a learned task has over learning another is known as
A situation where a learned skill has no effect on the performance of a second task is called —-
Education comprises the following except —-
All the things around the learner that stimulate him to action consists his
When education deals with such pathogenic questions of context, reasons, methods and timing, it is known as —
A teaching – learning process which has a generally accepted and regular set of rules is called —-
In what year was rapid progress in the forms and system of education in Nigeria
_______ cropping  system is practiced in densely populated areas involves putting a piece of land under cultivation from year to year
agricultural development in _______ economy reflects the features of basic subsistence economy
__________ is used to disseminate useful information relating to the discipline in focus, to the people concerned
________was developed to effect fertilisation in the female animal without being in contact with the male counterpart.
_________ is an alternative to rain.
Benue and Anambra states are examples of__________ economy
A modified form of____________ is called land rotation

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