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National Open University Exam Past Question – PED 422 MAY/JUNE 2013 EXAMINATION

NATIONAL OPEN UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA

14/16 AHMADU BELLO WAY, LAGOS

 

SCHOOL OF EDUCATION

MAY/JUNE 2013 EXAMINATION

 

 

 

COURSE CODE:                  PED 422

COURSE TITLE:                 BEHAVIOUR PROBLEMS AND PRIMARY SCHOOL CHILD

Time allowed:                       2hrs

 

INSTRUCTIONS: Answer question 1 which is compulsory and any other two questions.

 

 

 

1 a) Mention and briefly discuss four implications of Maslow’s theory for the child in school.

  1. b) The psychoanalytic theory maintains that unless the basic drives of the need for food, warmth, love, and security are gratified during early interactions, a child will leave infancy

with certain degree of fixation or conflict with the resultant behaviour problem. Identify five behaviour characteristics associated with fixation at the infancy stage

  1. c) Describe two ways by which you can manage each of the following behaviour problems in your classr
  2. i) Truancy
  3. ii) Withdrawn behaviour. iii) Hyperactivit

 

2 a) “There are no problem children, only problem parents” discuss this statement in relation to

Adlerian theory.

  1. b) Explain any five distinctions between respondent and operant conditioning.

 

3a) Explain the concept of behaviour problem citing seven examples of behaviour problems manifested by pupils.

  1. b) Categorize the four schedules of reinforcement into schedules that deal with passage of time and those associated with number of responses and give one example of eac
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4 a) As a school administrator, explain any four specific things you must you do towards fostering and improving the mental health of teachers in your school.

  1. b) Describe four ways by which the school has contributed towards good mental health among

primary school children.

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