TMA Study tips

…Renaissance educator to influence Western thought regarding children.
The childhood stage starts from… and…
The childhood stage can be sub-dividied in …parts
Late childhood start from … and end on …
Maduewesi (1999) defines early childhood education
Rousseau view the child as …
The ideas of Rousseau on the child were carried into
Froebel in turn was influenced by…
Piaget believed that from birth humans are…
…Renaissance educator to influence Western thought regarding children.
The forth stage of Erikson’s theory of psychosocial development is…
John Bowbly proposed one of the earliest theories of…
… is not four distinguishing characteristics of attachment proposed by Bowlby
Anxiety that occurs in the absence of the attachment figure is called…
The desire to be near the people we are attached to is known as…
The characteristics of Secure Attachment in a child…
Ecological Systems Theory was propounded by
Stages of ecological system all except…
Third stages of ecological system is known as..
The macrosystem reflects …
which of the following is not an appropriate action verb that can be used in stating behavioural objectives at the cognitive level?
The four basic characteristics common to all good teaching aids are all but _____
Which of the following is not involved in teaching-learning transaction?
The following are ways pupils think except _____
All the following are factors of teaching except _____
Approaches to programme planning in Agriculture include all the following except _____
One of the following is not involved in the implementation of lesson plan?
All the following will contribute in developing positive attitude in agricultural pupils except ____
The teaching strategy that helps the teachers to relate the old ideas we already know to new ones we are yet to know is _____
A web diagram for disentangling a concept and making it clear to the learner is ______
All the following are facts about ______ i.learners understanding may be limited to what is represented in it ii. It emphasizes major aspects iii. It facilitates recall and retention iv.it is useful in assessing prior knowledge
______ is often touted as the best method of teaching agricultural Science.
Formulation of hupothesis for solution is the ______ stage a learner passes through to arrive at a solution
which of the following is true of computer assisted instruction (CAI)?
Which of the following can drastically affect the use of computer assisted instruction (CAI)?
_______ could get boring when used often by teachers
Underachievement in science is attributed to ______
Making it easy for students to nogotiate a cultural transition from their life-world into the world of science is by ______ method
students usually compare new concepts and related common cultural beliefs and sayings and classify them into ______ sayings
Not allowing condemnation of people’s cultural beliefs and sayings is a ______ and ______
Geography syllabus is broken into…. in senior secondary school level.
Teaching of geography colonial era was done by…
After independence in Nigeria, the teaching emphasized…
…approach is an  effective way of teaching local geography
Map is the essential tool for geographers, its involve…
There is no educational curriculum without…
… is one of educational goals .
…goal isdifficult to measure or observe
Proximate goal is derived from the breaking down of…
… verbs must be used in objectives
Educational objectives are statements that specify…
… is not the function educational objectives
All are the objectives of teaching geography except…
… is not one of the national educational aims and objectives
This is not a branch of geography
This is not human geography
This is not physical geography
At the secondary school level, the nature of geography teaching in Nigeria is compartmentalized
In Nigeria, Junior Secondary school taught…. in lieu of geography
Geography is taught in all the schools except…
An example of representative Fraction
major is not one of roles of the Teacher In the Classroom
… Skill is not required to be acquired by the pedagogically trained teachers
…is not a sensory channel
…is the act of giving a stimulus in order to elicit a response
…is a systematic assignment of numbers to objects or events
.. Is not summative evaluation
.. Is not type of Tests
It is used to measure individual level of educability
,, is not type of test formats
which of the following is not an appropriate action verb that can be used in stating behavioural objectives at the cognitive level?
The four basic characteristics common to all good teaching aids are all but _____
Which of the following is not involved in teaching-learning transaction?
The following are ways pupils think except _____
All the following are factors of teaching except _____
Approaches to programme planning in Agriculture include all the following except _____
One of the following is not involved in the implementation of lesson plan?
All the following will contribute in developing positive attitude in agricultural pupils except ____
The teaching strategy that helps the teachers to relate the old ideas we already know to new ones we are yet to know is _____
A web diagram for disentangling a concept and making it clear to the learner is ______
…said that all things in the universe are composed of four primal
…was a Greek philosopher and a mathematician
… was a great metaphysician, mathematician, astrophysicist and political theorists.
… said that the universe is an indivisible unchanging, spherical entity and that all reference to change or diversity is erroneous.
…invented a complete system of geometry
….is regarded as the father of medicine and modern medical doctors
….Language has had great influence on other European languages used in science and other disciplines today.
…science was used to solve practical problem confronting them.
… use small rods to count their numbers
In pure science, … were more practical then theoretical.
The basic theoretical structure of physical sciences can be found… law
Empirical concepts are concepts derived from… and …
Scientific laws are generalized statement that have characterized….pattern
A theory is put forward to explain the existence of…
… are processes used by scientists to carrying out investigation except.
… is first skill used by scientists in carrying out investigation of natural phenoma
…ordering of things or objects based on certain common characteristics
….is concern with knowing the size or extent of something especially in comparison within a known standard
.. Is made in order to simplify communication on phenomenal being investigated by scientists.
The outcome of observation and measurement need to be ….
The term technology has its root from a combination of …. Greek words
The word “techne” means ….
logos” means ….
The primary aim of technology is to make life…
The primary aim of science are all except…
Abdullahi (1975 identified… major reasons why science enjoys prominent positions in the society
In science, … country is endowed.
Nigeria among other nations is regarded as…country.
A scientific idea is a ….used by scientist
A fact is something that can be shown to be…
Adult learner is interested in ……….. Result of his efforts
The adult stays in class only when he feels ………… by the programme
Adults learn those things that would have same ………. effects on them
Andragogy is ………..
Pedagogy means ……….
………… add to or hinder the learning experience of the learner
Most adult education is ………….
Courses offered to returning learners in Europe is often referred to as …….
………… retard the progress of adult education programme
One major characteristics of the adult learner is ……….
What is the full meaning of RAM
What is the full meaning of ROM
The following are parts of system unit except ______
The following are types of LOGIC GATES except _______
Who developed the Boolean Algebra
Who writes the system software?
The underlisted software are system software  except _____
The following operating system (OS) is used in a multi-user environment
The following operating system (OS) is used in a single environment
The following operating system (OS) is used in a network environment
In which country did the idea of Internet originate from?
WWW means
URL means
Google was developed at
HTML stands for
E-mail is
The following are areas of benefits of the Internet except _____
The following is a disadvantage of the Internet
The following is an advantage of the Internet except _____
The following package is not used for preparation of Educational instruction
In relation to a private company in Nigeria, the transfer of its shares is generally restricted and can be found in section 22(2) of which enactment?
The characteristic features of a floating charge were indisputably enunciated by Romer LJ in which case?
A tripartite agreement between the customer on the first part, the third party liable to pay on the second part and the bank on the third part which irrevocably instructs the third party to pay directly to the bank and he agrees to pay into the account of the customer at the bank the amount due from time to time is called
A process whereby the debtor or a third party conveys or transfers his legal or equitable interest in a property to the creditor as security for repayment of a debt is called
The person who makes a written undertaking to be answerable for the debt, default or miscarriage of another person who is under legal obligation to repay the debt or perform the obligation in question is called
Miss Sunshine and Mr Rainstorm engaged each other in an argument over the character of a banker’s draft. It is common ground between both of them that a banker’s draft is a negotiable instrument. However, they are disagreed as to what type of negotiable instrument it can rightly said to be.
Once the loan or debt has been repaid, the mortgagee’s right in the property is thereby extinguished and comes under the obligation to convey the property back to the
For a promissory note to be valid as a negotiable insturment, it must be
It has been held by the Nigerian Court that initials do not qualify as signature in the case of
The obligation of payment of an express overdraft arises on the contractually agreed date between the customer and the bank, but an implied overdraft is usually payable
An important element of every negotiable instrument is that it must be presented before it is overdue. In this case, a bill is said to be overdue after maturity and in relation to a cheque it is
As regards the acceptor-drawee of a bill and the parties to the bill prior to such time, a person who holds the bill the value of which has been given at any time is known as
In 1916 the Colonial Bank was established with branches in many Nigerian cities, including Zaria, Jos and Port Harcourt It constituted a strong competitor to which Bank that made futile attempts to acquire it
One of the following is statutorily charged with the duty and responsibility of taking over the assets and liabilities of a failing bank with the view to liquidating it
Following the liberalisation of the Nigerian economy as a key response to the globalisation of world economy, which the Nigerian legislation consciously allows, promotes and encourages free, equal and unfettered participation of all persons, Nigerians and Non-Nigerians, in every economic activity in Nigeria, to the exclusion only of those activities or areas in the Negative List?
The historical development of the Nigerian banking industry happened in four phases, which are
The modern day Nigerian name of the Bank of British West Africa is known as
In 1893 the African Banking Corporation was subsequently sold to the Elder Dempster & Co Limited because
All but one of the following survived the 2005 banking consolidation in Nigeria
The one legislative instrument that made it possible for effective and complete transfer of ownership of hybrid banks to Nigerians is called
Which one of the folowing enactments repealed the Banking Act Cap 28 LFN 2990?
Under the enabling legislation, the Central Bank of Nigeria is established as a body corporate and is constituted by a Board under the chairmanship of the
In Nigeria, the debtor-creditor view of the banker-customer relationship has received judicial imprimatur in the case of
When a customer pays in a cheque on which the bank cannot set itselt up as the holder, the customer impliedly constitutes the banker as his agent for collection of the the proceeds of the cheque. Such a relationship will be governed by:
The acronym BOFIA means
When the special relationship of bailment arises between the customer and his banker, the degree or standard of care is that demanded by the circumstances of any particular case. Where the bank is in a bailee-bailor relationship, it can potentially incur liability in
In the context of the Nigerian banking system, NUBAN is an acronym for
KYC in the Nigerian banking system means
The following, except one, are rights which inherently inure to the bank in its relationship with its customers
With respect to appropriation of payment, it is said that the customer’s directive may be EXPRESS (in which case he communicated to the bank the particular debt out of the many debts owing to the bank he intended to settle) or IMPLIED in which case it may be inferred from the manner of payment and the circumstances that a particular debt is intended for settlement. Bearing this in mind, Alhaji Sergil is owing N365,000, N182,500 and N1,605,000 respectively on three separate accounts. He makes a deposit of N182,500 without any directive to the bank. As the In-house Counsel of the bank, you have been asked to advise the bank
The binary system has _____ digits
Who is generally referred to as the Father of Computing
The following is the full meaning of ACE
Which generation of Computers used Vacuum tubes
Which generation of Computers used Transistors
Which generation of Computers was built on Artificial Intelligence
The following are examples of fourth generation computers except ___
The following are characteristics of fourth generation computers except
The following is the full meaning of the acronym CD-ROM
The characteristics of the 5th generation computers include the following except
_______ evaluation is carried out at the end of the course of instruction to determine the extent to which the objectives have been achieved
Educational certificates you have acquired from examination bodies such as WAEC, NECO etc is an example of _______ evaluation
Process of assigning a number to a performance or attribute of a person is called
_________ developed the Pearson Product Moment Correlation
______ is charged with the responsibility of conducting common entrance examinations for tertiary institution
______ is charged with the responsibility of organizing examinations and certification of business and Technical or Vocational exams
_______ is established to organise examinations for school ertificates both senior and junior, and the common entrance examinations to the unity schools in Nigeria
______ is concerned with educational evaluation in Nigeria
______ scale is the simplest of the measurement scales and involves only the assignment to classes or groups and does not imply magnitude
In _________ scale, the amount of difference between adjacent intervals on the scale is equal.
_______ cognitive level emphasizes the psychological process of remembering.
______ is all about internalization of knowledge
explain, represent, restate, convert, interpret, re-arrange, re-order, translate, rephrase, transform etc. are action verbs to test ______
The following are levels of Comprehension except __
_______ is the use of abstractions in a concrete situation
________ skills are developed when the learner uses what he knows to solve a new problem, or in a new situation
build, explain, calculate, classify, solve, specify, state, transfer demonstrate, determine, design, employ, predict, present etc. are some action verbs used in ____
______ involves the principles of transfer of learning.
______ means breaking a learnt material into parts, ideas and devices for clearer understanding.
________ is concerned with the ability to put parts of knowledge together to form a new knowledge

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