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CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT
Encircle the letter of the correct answer.
1. Who viewed curriculum as a permanent studies?
a. *Robert Hutchins
b. Joseph Schwab c. Ralph Tyler
2. Which person stated that curriculum are all experiences in the
classroom which are planned and enacted by the teacher, and also
learned by the students.
a. J. Schwab
b. R. Hutchins
c. *Marsh and Willis
3. What do we call curriculum that were proposed by scholars and
professional organizations?
a. *Recommended curriculum
b. Taught Curriculum
c.
written curriculum
4. Which curriculum is visible in school, district, division or country
documents?
a. *Written curriculum b. hidden curriculum
c. taught
curriculum
5. What type of curriculum is tested and evaluated?
a. Supported curriculum
b. *Assessed Curriculum
c. Taught
Curriculum
6. Which curriculum is concerned with materials that should support or
help in the implementation of written curriculum?
a. Assessed Curriculumb. *Supported Curriculum
c. Hidden
Curriculum
7. What type of curriculum pertains to the learning outcomes achieved by
the students?
a. Taught Curriculum b. *Learned Curriculum c. Assessed Curriculum
8. Which curriculum is concerned with the unintended curriculum?
a. Written curriculum b. Assessed Curriculum c. *Hidden Curriculum
9. Who presented curriculum as a science that emphasizes on students
need?
a. *Franklin Bobbit
b. Werret Charters
c. William
Kilpatrick
10.
Who stated that curriculum is a set of experiences?
a. *Hollis Caswell
b. Werret Charters
c. Franklin Bobbit
11.
Which person stated that curricula are purposeful activities which
are child centered?
a. Harold Rugg
b. Ralph Tyler
c. * William Kilpatrick
12.
What level in the cognitive domain is concerned with recall or
remembering prior learning?
a. *Knowledge
b. Synthesis
c. Analysis

13.
What is referred to as the ability to grasp meaning of material?
a. Application
b. Synthesis
c. *Comprehension
14.
What do we call the ability to pass judgment on something based
on given criteria?
a. *Evaluation
b. Knowledge
c. Analysis
15.
Which is being described by the students willingness to pay
attention to particular event, stimuli or classroom activities?
a. Responding
b. *receiving
c. organization
16.
What do we call the ability to break down materials into
component parts so that its organizational structure may be
understood?
a. Comprehension
b. *Analysis
c. Synthesis
17.
What do we call the ability to put parts together to form a new
whole?
a. Application
b. Comprehension
c. *Synthesis
18.
What is the focus of learner centered curriculum?
a. *Interests
b. Learnability
c. Significance
19.
Which subject refers to the skills in listening, speaking, reading,
and writing as well as the effective use of language in daily living?
A. Math
b. *Communication
c. Science
20.
What subject is includes numeric and computational skills?
a. Science
b. *Mathematics c. Social Studies
21.
This subject includes psychomotor and manipulative skills.
a. Physical Education b. Social Studies c. *Vocational Education
22.
What is the basis of authenticity of a subject?
a. Significance
b. *Validity
c. Utility
23.
What characteristics of curriculum pertains to the fair distribution
of subjects depth and breadth?
a. *Balance
b. sequence
c. integration
24.
What is known as logical arrangement of subjects?
a. *Sequence
b. Continuity
c. Balance
25.
Which is known as constant repetition, review and reinforcement
of learning?
a. Integration
b. Sequence
c. *Continuity
26.
What is known as the environment of the curriculum?
a. *Context
b. process
c. product
27.
Which is referred to the ways and means of how the curriculum
has been implemented?
a. A. *Process
b. product
c. Context
28.
The accomplishment of curriculum is visible in terms of the
achievement of________.
a. Process
b. *product
c. context
29.
In the teaching process, which stage includes decision about the
needs of the learners, the achievable goals and objectives to meet the

needs and the selection of the content to be taught, motivation to


carry out the goals and the strategies most fit to carry out the goals
and the evaluation process to measure the learning outcomes.
a. *Planning phase
b. implementation phase
c.
evaluation phase
30.
The stage in teaching process which requires the teacher to
implement what has been planned.
a. Planning phase
b.* implementation phase
c.
evaluation phase
31.
In the features of curriculum, who teaches?
a. *The Teacher
b. the learner
c. knowledge, skills and
values
32.
Which feature is concerned with how do teachers teach?
a. *Strategies and methods b. knowledge, skills and values
c.
teacher
33.
How many tracks do we have in the K to 12 curriculum?
a. *Four
b. two
c three
34.
For those students who would like to take science, technology,
engineering and mathematics, what tracks should be taken?
a. *Academics
b. sports
c. arts
35.
What do we call the tracks that is concerned with the
development of skills?
a. *Technical-vocational
b. academics
c. arts
36.
What is the process of collecting information for use in
evaluation?
a. *Curriculum Assessment b. Curriculum Planning c. Curriculum
Guide
37.
Which refers to the various ways of teaching, teaching styles,
approaches, techniques and steps in delivering the curriculum?
a. Evaluation
b. Learners
c.* Instruction
38.
What do we call the content of instruction?
a. *Subject matter
b. measurement c. teacher
39.
What is expressed in terms of competencies?
a. *Objectives
B. content
c. materials
40.
What do we call the implementation of curriculum in small
group?
a. *Piloting
b. testing c. training

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