Foundation of Education in Ghana Past Question for CoE Level 100 B.Ed students

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A Past Paper is an examination paper from a previous year that is good for examination practice.

They are papers that must be found valuable in test preparation as it helps assess one’s strength and capabilities.

Here are some past questions of Foundations of Education in Ghana for first year Colleges of Education Students.

Try your hands on them and refer from your notes where necessary for the solutions.

Multiple Choice

1) The process of arranging the environment within which the pupil can interact is known as;

A. Teaching

B. In-service 

C. Induction

D. Pre-service

2) Which of the following is a misconception about teaching?

A. Controlled entry

B. Professional code of conduct

C. Monopoly of knowledge

D. Freedom to practice

3) The four pillars of the curriculum include the following EXCEPT

A. Language and literacy 

B. Pedagogy

C. Attitudes

D. Supported teaching in Schools

4) Children who deviate significantly from the norm and require special instruction are called……………………………………………………………………………………………………

5) Which of the following is a cause of visual impairment?

A. Intelligence 

B. Refractive error

C. Lenses 

D. Lead poisoning

6) Which of the following is not a type of hearing loss?

 A. Sensor neural hearing loss

B. Conducive hearing loss

C. Mixed hearing loss

D. Single hearing loss

7) The inability of a person to effectively use his/her body is known as 

A. Autism

B. Physical disorder

C. Impairment

D. Inclusivity

8) Which of the following is not a benefit of a safe school?

 A. Discipline

B. Mutual respect

C. Increased enrolment

D. Bullying

 9) The Accelerated Development Plan of 1951 was to ensure………………………………………………………….

10) Under the 1987 educational reforms the length of pre-tertiary education was reduced from 17 to

A. 12

B. 13

C. 14

D. 15

11) The emphasis of the new standard-based curriculum is on the 

A. 4Rs

B. 3Rs

C. 5Rs

D. 2Rs

12) The job or profession that someone does for a long period in their life is known as………………………

13) The process of tracking and documenting the skills, knowledge and experience that one gains both formally and informally as one works beyond any initial training is known as…………………………

14) Western education was formally introduced into the Gold Coast in the 

A. 14th century 

B. 15th century  

C. 16th century

D. 17th century

15) The first school was established in Elmina castle by the 

A. Danes 

B. English

C. Portuguese

D. Germans 

16) Which of the following was the main purpose why western education was introduced into Ghana?

A. Developmental purpose

B. Colonisation purpose

C. Trade and evangelism purpose

D. Funding purpose

17) Which of the following committees recommended the establishment of the University of Education, Winneba?

A. Anamoah Mensah’s committee

B. Dzobo committee

C. Anfum committee

D. Yankah committee

Related: Past Questions For CoE Level 200 students, UEW Affiliates

SECTION B

Define the following concepts 

  1. Education 
  2. Culture
  3. Curriculum 

2. Enumerate five (5) strategies you as a student teacher would use to handle pupils with hearing impairment 

3. Outline four (4) advantages of the school feeding programme in Ghana

4. Discuss four (4) benefits of school-community partnership 5. Briefly outline five (5) misconceptions about the use of technology in society

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