Category: EDU240 0 EDU240 1 / 120 Amongst the Psychologists Robert Gagne emphasized the idea of in the learning of Mathematic. Check 2 / 120 Which of the followings can be taught using Geoboard? _____ Geometric shapes Calculus Trigonometry Cardinal points 3 / 120 Mathematics is made compulsory for Secodary School students because _____ It is dynamic It is fundamental to the study of other subjects It is for Calculation It quantifies 4 / 120 Out of Geometry, Algebra and General Mathematics, only has no curriculum before 1978 Check 5 / 120 The Pre- colonial Secondary School Mathematics had number of parts Check 6 / 120 ____ is what makes specific behavioral objectives realizable. Note of lesson Text book Curriculum Drill 7 / 120 The thinking area of Students behaviour is refered to as Check 8 / 120 Who discovered the usefulness of mathematics in Games theory? _____ pascal Abraham De movre Chevalior De Mere Fermat Prierre 9 / 120 Arrangement of instructional objectives in behavioural classification is refered to as what? _____ Lesson Plan Cognitive Domains Behavioral objective Taxonomy of Educational objectives 10 / 120 According to Piaget's theory there are stages of intellectual development. Check 11 / 120 The current system of counting and writing numbers was from system. Check 12 / 120 Unlike 1.Q Learning habits are _____ Goal Oriented Quantitative Not precisely measurable Not meaningful 13 / 120 is a learning aid that can be used to teach finding angles of elevation and depression Check 14 / 120 simple arithmetic started in the century Check 15 / 120 collaborated with NERC in fashioning out the Primary and Secondary School mathematics curricula Check 16 / 120 In line with the taxonomy of Educational objectives, _____ is the simplest behaviour to achieve Students ability to write a number Use a ruler to draw a line Students feelings Recall of knowledge of theorems 17 / 120 What is the first responsibility of a mathematics teacher after receiving the curriculum? _______ planning the scheme of work Selecting the text book to use Preparation of lesson plan Study the curriculum 18 / 120 Of what use was Nile river to mathematics?_____ Provided tool for writing material Practical survey enhanced beauty of mathematics Development of Geometry 19 / 120 What is the mental Age of a child who is 10 years old and has an IQ of seventy percent? _____ 7 O.14 700 14.29 20 / 120 Both Bruner and Piaget believed that mathematics can be learnt by approach Check 21 / 120 The power of mathematics in the satement "Give me a place to stand and I will move the earth" was the expression by Check 22 / 120 The long -term expectation for teaching and learning of mathematics is called of teaching mathematics Check 23 / 120 According to Fermat Prierre, whenever two unknown quantities are found in a final equation then we have a Check 24 / 120 What was the impact of oil Boom in Nigeria on mathematics? _____ Reduction of maths content Need for more mathematics teachers production of very good teacher Better teaching of matheematics 25 / 120 A Child's ability to solve problems is refered to as what? _____ Childhood ability Problem solving Mathematical ability Mental ability 26 / 120 From Literature some authors summarised principles behind effective teaching methods into multiple embodiment, constructive and principles Check 27 / 120 The most correct classification of specific behavioural objective is that of Check 28 / 120 was the early mathematical tool for determination of the coefficient of binomial expansion Check 29 / 120 is the earliest type of mathematics. Check 30 / 120 The dynamic nature of mathematics requires _______ It's continuous development It's students to be serious More teachers It's constant answer 31 / 120 What was the basis of Robert Gagnes's theory of teaching and learning? _______ Curriculum Programme learning Teaching methods Learning hierarchies 32 / 120 Which of the followings belong to the Psychomotor Domain of behavioural objectives? _____ Recall that a triangle has a total of 180 degrees Feelings that mathematics is difficult Extrapolation Use pair of compasses to consruct an angle 33 / 120 The first writing material for mathematics was made of Check 34 / 120 Films belong to group of the two classifications of instructional resources Check 35 / 120 The long-term expectations of teaching mathematics is refered to as ______ Achievements Objectives Justifications Goals 36 / 120 De- abstracting Maths teaching was implied by _______ Bruner's work Robert Gagnes work Blaise Pascal's work Pythagoras work 37 / 120 The discovery of harmonic progression was by Check 38 / 120 is the best reason for choosing a measuring tape, over a wooden ruler as an aid for teaching the concept of circumference of a circle Check 39 / 120 The Philosophy that "anyone who would become leader of men should learn and know mathematic" was by Check 40 / 120 years is the period of concrete operational stage Check 41 / 120 What was the major problem with modern mathematics in Nigeria? _______ Poor implementation Wrong selection of subject matter Societal dissatifaction with content Curricular inappropriateness 42 / 120 Checking the production date of an institutional aid and ascertaining that the messages contained are not obsolate/outdated is to ensure its Check 43 / 120 ____ is the immediate source of daily lesson plan Curriculum Unit plan Behavioral objective Scheme of work 44 / 120 Apart from the clumsy way of writing numbers and lack of possitional value, the absence delayed commencement of simple arithemetic till late 15th century Check 45 / 120 Mathematics is _____ Gender biased Not a universal subject A dynamic subject only for scientists 46 / 120 Knowledge of mathematical , structures, and processesis one of the three measurable traits relevant to ability in Mathematics Check 47 / 120 Synthesis belongs to demain of Bloom's a taxonomy of educational objectives. Check 48 / 120 Which of the followings is most suitable entry behaviour for teaching construction of Histogram? _____ Contruction of Frequency distribution Concept of pie chart Perpendicular bisectors Geometric constuction 49 / 120 The Cognitive domain is made up of how many parts? _____ Five Three Six Two 50 / 120 Which of the followings belongs to the Psychomotor Domain of behavioural objectives? _____ Feelings that mathematics is difficult Use pair of compasses to consruct an angle Extrapolation Recall that a triangle has a total of 180 degrees 51 / 120 The multitude instructional resources or technologies can be classified into groups Check 52 / 120 which of the followings could be most suitably taught by laboratory approach? ______ Skills Generalisations Problem solving Concepts 53 / 120 Guided discovery aids Check 54 / 120 What is affective consequence of non-use of mathematics laboratory? _________ Discourages love for maths Poor achievement Inability to use maths tools Poor production of a protractor 55 / 120 According to J. Piaget's theory of intellectual development most Primary School Children are at the stage. Check 56 / 120 The relevance of Mathematics to every other subject is responsible for its in secondary schools. Check 57 / 120 Who discovered the three major terms of conics? ______ Napier Appotonu Pythagorians Thales 58 / 120 _____ is a means of teaching mixed ability group of students appropriate graded instrument of evaluation slowing Gifted children for the weak ones Good gesture working with the Curriculum 59 / 120 There are number of thinking areas under the cognitive domain of students behaviours Check 60 / 120 The immediate source of lesson plan is ______ Curriculum Scheme of work Syllabus Content 61 / 120 Earliest mathematics was rooted in ______ Trigonometry Geometry Calculus Algebra 62 / 120 While the unit plan is dependent on the syllabus the is for drawing the School syllabus. Check 63 / 120 ____ is an institutional arrangement for promoting high ability in maths Mathematics Contests and Fairs Curriculum Enactive Stage 64 / 120 Preparation of is the first work or responsibility of a mathematics teacher on receiving the curriculum for the year Check 65 / 120 A good behavioral objective has ______ Five divisible sections no time bound unconditional statement the form of general objective 66 / 120 Which of the followings according to research findings, may have more influence on students achievement? _____ Peer group School environment Home Class climate 67 / 120 According to _____ every leader must be knowledgable in mathematics Archimedes Abraham Lincoln Plato Col. Ahmadu Ali 68 / 120 What method of teaching is most suitable for enhancement of Secondary School students achievement in maths? Socrates method Discovery method Laboratory method Traditional method 69 / 120 The most suitable purpose of entry behaviour is _____ For the teacher to know the students home background Knowing Teachers behaviour when entering the class To guide the teacher on what to use to introduce a lesson To enter the class well prepared 70 / 120 was the person who pronounced the abolishion of modern mathematics in Nigeria Check 71 / 120 The statement _____ cannot be true. No teaching without a teaching aid Attitude is not precisely measurable Laboratory approach cares for individual differences Generization cannot be taught by guided discovery 72 / 120 What type of test is required for identification of learners difficulty in mathematics? _____ Achievement Test Speed Test Aptitude Test Diagonostic Test 73 / 120 Students feelings and biases formed the domain of Bloom's and associates taxonomy of educational objectives Check 74 / 120 A good lesson plan must take cognisance of _______ The child The school The home The Environment 75 / 120 There are divisible sections of a well stated behavioral objective Check 76 / 120 How would you use Frobel's school of thought to encourage learning of mathematics?_____ Through play way method Through problem solving method Through home background method Through Didactic method 77 / 120 16 years is the chlonological age of a child whose mental age is 12 and percent I.Q. Check 78 / 120 Which of the followings would not be suitable as an item in maths shop corner for teaching buying and selling? _____ Groundnuts Banana Pencils Tennis balls 79 / 120 is the mental age of a person whose I.Q is 40 Percent and chronological age of 50 year Check 80 / 120 In line with the taxonomy of Educational objectives by B.S Bloom and his associates, instructional objectives in the area of should be taught first Check 81 / 120 What are the two types of Educational objectives? _____ Inductive and deductive methods Curriculum and scheme of work base Achievement and precision General and specific objectives 82 / 120 Which of the followings is not an advantage of using guided discovery method to teach mathematics? _______ Promotion of students interaction More retention of what is learnt Promotion of problem solving Discouragement of Noisy class 83 / 120 According to Piaget _____ is the commencement of Logico-mathematical reasoning Concrete Operational stage Sybolic stage Age 12 Year Sensory -motor state 84 / 120 refers to the change in behaviour that is expected of the students by the end of a lesson Check 85 / 120 ______ is an expected entry behaviour for teaching Pythagoras theorem. Trigonometric Ratio Types of triangles Algebraic equation Sum of interior angles of a polygon 86 / 120 An instructional or teaching aid is often selected _____ school type manufacturer Colour child readiness 87 / 120 _____ may not be a factor for selection of a teaching aid. Source of production Complexity of the aid Accurancy of the aid Size of the aid 88 / 120 Apart from the curriculum and the mathematics content, the third variable to be considered for writing a good lesson note is the Check 89 / 120 Which of the followings should be the least criteria for selecting teaching aid? _________ Complexity Availability Producer Accuracy 90 / 120 The demise of ended the Golden Age of Greek Mathematician Check 91 / 120 _____ is not necessarily one of the components of a well-stated behavioural objectives What expected result The Level of behavior What Curriculum Who is concerned 92 / 120 Unlike Goals for teaching mathematics are for classroom instructio Check 93 / 120 To detemine the age of a child both Chlonological age and the I.Q are used Check 94 / 120 What is the minimum mandatory steps to be taken by a mathematics teacher after receiving the curriculum? _____ 3 4 1 2 95 / 120 Which of the followings may not be a Mathematics teacher's concern in planing a lesson note?_____ The School The Curriculum The Content The Child 96 / 120 Which of the followings is not an advantage of using guided discovery method to teach mathematics? _______ Promotion of problem solving Promotion of students interaction Discouragement of Noisy class More retention of what is learnt 97 / 120 At the stage of intellectural development prescribed by Jean Piaget, a child can think abstractly Check 98 / 120 Consideration of more permanent materials that can be stored and used readily fall under criteria for selecting learning aids Check 99 / 120 The descriptions of the horizontal features of secondary mathematics curriculum are classified as features Check 100 / 120 Individualised learning and instruction is the observation of School of thought Check 101 / 120 Archimedes calculated the approximate Value of Check 102 / 120 The three domains of behavioural objectives are cognitive, and Psychomoter. Check 103 / 120 ______ is necessary for effective teaching or deriving the formular for solving a guardratic equation. Knowledge of indices Almighty ' formula knowledge of completing the square Logarithm Table 104 / 120 is the actual age of a child whose I.Q is 80% and mental age is 4 years. Check 105 / 120 is the last in the horizontal features of Secondary Mathematics Curriculum Check 106 / 120 Specific Objectives of teaching mathematics are _____ based. Teacher Long-term Classroom instruction Immediate 107 / 120 In what way can individual differences in mathematics be taken care of? _____ Charts Reward brilliant students with more marks Giving more mark to weak students Give bonus marks 108 / 120 Which of the followings would be required to teach JSS 3 students copying a given angle? _____ A ruler and a pair of compasses A Pencil and a pair of compasses A protractor and a ruler A Pencil and a protracto 109 / 120 Differential equations originated from the study of Check 110 / 120 The expression "Let no man destitute of mathematics enter my door" was at the entrance of school Check 111 / 120 The domain of taxonomy of educational objective involues ability of students to use locomotor sensory organs Check 112 / 120 _____ is a measurable ability relevant to teaching and learning of mathematics. Creativity Emotional maturity Attitude Mental ability 113 / 120 The dynamic nature of mathematics requires _____ It's continuous development It's constant answer More teachers It's students to be serious 114 / 120 Which of the followings is most suitable entry behaviour for teaching subtraction of negative integers not less than negative ten? _____ Division of integers Multiplication of integers Number line Addition of fractions 115 / 120 Abraham Lincon was influenced by ___________ Philosophy. Check 116 / 120 which of the followings can reflect the quality of a mathematics teacher with respect to teaching? _____ Mode of dressing Lesson note Human relation Recommended of knowledge 117 / 120 Research finding has revealed that amongst home, school environment and peer group influence students achievement best. Check 118 / 120 Which of the followings is not true? _____ maths is for selected few Practical Geometry started in Egypt Good lesson plan leads to effective teachings No teaching without a teaching aid 119 / 120 In the plan to teach perimeter, measurement of line segement, types of triangle and pythagoras theorem, the teaching of should be last Check 120 / 120 _____ of teaching is most likely to enhance students positive attitude towards mathematics Laboratory method Calculation method Discovery method Traditional method Restart quiz Rate this quiz Send feedback