EDU114




Category: EDU114

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EDU114

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1.

Traditional education is
about
domain

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2.

Informal education is a form
of

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3.

Second hand information is
Source of information

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4.

The first education
ordinance in Nigeria was
enacted in the year

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5.

Islamic education draws its
its inspirations from the

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6.

Asquith commission was
set up in the year

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7.

An approach used in the
traditional society to unveil
the causes of disease or
misfortunes , including
death is known as

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8.

Eduction for living in line
with our tradition is called

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9.

Second hand information is
Source of information

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10.

Character and oocupational
training formed the core of
Education

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11.

The early mission schools
were established in

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12.

Education for economic
self-reliance is that of

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13.

The Eastern region
introduced UPE in the year

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14.

Information obtained by by
a person at the time of
happening is a
Source of information

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15.

Early missionary education
focussed on

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16.

The first education
ordinance in Nigeria was
enacted in the year

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17.

The study of cultural
transmission is called

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18.

The holy bookof all
christians is

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19.

The missionary established
the first primary school in
Nigeria in

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20.

Christian education in
Nigeria was formally
established in the
Cntury

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21.

Eduction for living in line
with our tradition is called

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22.

The systematic restoration
of health through the
administration of herbal
therapies is called

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23.

The following are virtues of
a moslem according to
Islamic education except

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24.

Islamic education was
formally established in
Nigeria in the

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25.

Christian education came to
Nigeria through

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26.

Methods of traditional
medicine in Nigerian
traditional society include
the following except

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27.

Secret cult is a type of
Education in a traditional
society

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28.

Portuguese type of
education in Nigeria
emhasized

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29.

Conversion of Nigerians via
education was the target of

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30.

The Eastern region
introduced UPE in the year

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31.

Quranic schools originally
started in the premises of

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32.

Traditional education does
not emphasise

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33.

One of the features of
education in a traditional
society is

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34.

Prophet Mohammed's
sayings are contained in
the 

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35.

The holy bookof all
christians is

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36.

Qu'ran schools started in
the premises of

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37.

Opposition to change and
conservatism are features
of
Education

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38.

Education starts at
Stage of life

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39.

School curriculum in the
past emphasized reading,
needlework for girls and

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40.

Early christian missionaries
primarily came to

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41.

The manipulation of soft
tissues of the body is
traditionally called

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42.

Adolescent stage of
learning starts at the age of

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43.

The first secondary school
in Nigeria is the

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44.

The first National policy on
education in Nigeria was
published in the year

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45.

The first national
conference on education
was held in

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46.

The training of indigeous
manpower for evangelism
was done by the

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47.

Traditional education is
about
domain

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48.

Private schools of today are
established in the following
except

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49.

Sir High Clifford was
responsible for transforming
the memorandum on
education of 1925 into

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50.

Ashby commission on
Nigeria higher education
was set up in the year

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