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Multiple Choice

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1 .       A 'curriculum' is defined as a delivery system that provides children with __________ . [Hint]



2 .       _______ orientations are the set of professional and personal beliefs that provide a basis for determining curricula decisions [Hint]



3 .       Determining the value orientation of the curriculum involves consideration of all of the following major components EXCEPT: [Hint]



4 .       The three learning domains in physical education are: [Hint]



5 .       The focus of the _________ domain is knowing rules, health information, safety, and related topics. [Hint]



6 .       Receiving, responding, valuing, and organizing are categories of the: [Hint]



7 .       "Perform body management skills on a variety of apparatus including climbing ropes, benches, and balance beams" is an example of a behavioral objective in the _______ domain. [Hint]



8 .       "Demonstrate a willingness to participate with peers regardless of diversity or disability" is an example of a behavioral objective in the ________ domain. [Hint]



9 .       The yearly content of the curriculum is defined as: [Hint]



10 .       When evaluating the curriculum, likes and dislikes, value judgments, and problem areas: [Hint]



11 .       The conceptual framework of curriculum development is representative of all of the following EXCEPT: [Hint]



12 .       The ordering of the program that clearly defines the skills and learning experiences to be implemented on a year-to-year basis refers to: [Hint]



13 .       The majority of activities for development level I children focus on learning: [Hint]



14 .       Which is not a basic urge of children? [Hint]



15 .       Knowledge, comprehension, application, and analysis are areas included with the: [Hint]



16 .       The initial step in curriculum design is to: [Hint]



17 .       Environmental factors that affect curriculum development include of the following EXCEPT: [Hint]



18 .       For developmental level II emphasis should be given primarily to: [Hint]



19 .       Planning for articulation of program material throughout elementary, middle, and secondary school programs is: [Hint]



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