Home Economics jss 3 practice questions for first term second term or revision

                                                                   JSS 3 FIRST TERM Home Economics Past Question

 

1.  All the items that we wear with our clothes are called (a) accessories (b) jeweler (c) shoes (d) hats

 

2. Your brothers and sisters are your (a) siblings (b) relations (c) aunties (d) nephews

 

3. Which of the following is not a flooring covering (a) carpet (b) rug (c) wood (c) mat

 

4. Which of the following is not a natural fibre (a) cotton (b) silk (c) wool (d) lines

 

5. man made fibre is also known as ……….. (a) Natural (b) animal (c) synthetic (d) vegetable

 

6. Which of these fabrics is most suitable for school uniform (a) nylon (b) silk (c) cotton (d) wool

 

7. A person who creates new styles of clothes is called a fashion ………. (a) Model (b) designer (c) decorator (d) caterer

 

8. Which of the following is not a sign of pregnancy (a) vomiting (b) nausea (c) breast enlargement (d) cessation of menstruation

 

9. The complete set of clothes required by a newborn baby is called (a) clothing (b) layette (c) fabric (d) cloths

 

10. Conflict resolution methods include all of these except (a) dialogue (b) mediation (c) family changes (d) listening

 

11. Conflict can be stressful and damaging to ………….. (a) Parent (b) friends(c) brothers (d) relationship

 

12. Conflict in a family is a situation where family members are ………… (a) feeding themselves (b) involved in sharing of food (c) involve in a serious disagreement (d) having a party

 

13. What is a seam (a) A good seam on the material (b) a beautiful seam on a cloth (c) a good stitch on a material (d) A method of sewing two or more pieces of material together

 

14.The most expensive among the natural fibres is …………….. (a) cotton (b) wool (c) rayon (d) silk

 

15. …………. are used by babies while we use napkin on tables (a) napkins (b) nappies (c) nakins (d) nappies

 

16. In manufacturing processes of all fabrics the last process is ………………… (a) Ironing (b) Dyeing (c) ginning (d) boiling

 

17. Linen fibre burns with the smell of ……….. (a) Burning paper (b) burnt hair (c) burnt cotton (d) burnt plastic

 

18. An instrument for protecting the middle finger when sewing is called (a) thimble (b) scissors (c) thread (d) needle

 

19.  Materials which are made from …………… absorb moisture easily (a) nylon (b) rayon (c) cotton (d) wood

 

20. Which of the following creases badly (a) Linen (b) silk (c) wool (d) nylon

 

21. The tiny hair-like strands used for making fabrics are (a) fibres (b) textiles (c) fabrics (d) clothes

 

22. A treadle machine is operated with (a) motor (b) hand (c) electric motor (d) foot

 

23.  The parts of the sewing machine that raises and lowers the needle is (a) presser foot (b)  balance wheel (c) head (d) bobbin

 

24. One of the following may not influence meal planning (a) age (b) health (c) money (d) season

 

25. Which of the following will not eat the flesh of animals and fish (a) vegetarian (b) strict vegetation (c) Lacto-vegetarians (d) the aged

 

26. A strict vegetarian will not eat any (a) food (b) vegetable protein (c) animal food (d) carrot

 

27. Lactating mothers are …………….. feeding their babies (a) bottle- (b) breast- (c) over- (d) always

 

28. Which of the following require increased intake of energy foods (a) manual workers (b) sedentary workers (c) clerks (d) Directors

 

29. Meals for children should be cooked by easily ……………. Method (a) accepted (b) manipulated (c) consumed (d) digested

 

30 The elements that make up carbohydrates are the following except (a) carbon (b) oxygen (c) sulphur (d) hydrogen

 

31. With Million’s test egg-white gives a …………………. Precipitate (a) yellow (b) white (c) green (d) pink

 

32. Proteins, e.g. white of egg will ………….. in moist heat (a) coagulate (b) spread (c) enlarge (d) decrease

 

33. With the bluret’s test, protein gives …………… colour. (a) Purple (b) white (c) green (d) pink

 

34. Proteins are made up of the following except (a) hydrogen (b) carbon (c) nitrogen (d) oxygen

 

35. A brown honey-like substance formed when sugar is heated is known as ………… (a) Honey (b) liquid sugar (c) caramel (d) brown sugar1. Conflict resolution methods include all of these except (a) dialogue (b) mediation (c) family changes (d) listening

 

36. Conflict can be stressful and damaging to ………….. (a) Parent (b) friends(c) brothers (d) relationship

 

37. Conflict in a family is a situation where family members are ………… (a) feeding themselves (b) involved in sharing of food (c) involve in a serious disagreement (d) having a party

 

38. Which of the following best explain family values (a) family values are social living (b) family values depend upon each other for many things (c) family values are those things that family have or do because they are useful or popular (d) each family has family values

 

39. Which of the following is not a factor influencing family values and family lifestyles (a) income (b) peace (c) size of the family (d) likes and dislikes

 

40. Which of these best explains lifestyles (a) life style is the importance a family places on things (b) Life style is the proper planning and management of family resources (c) life style is the way in which a family lives and works (d) life style is the way of life of the wealthy people

 

41. Which of the following is not one of the rights of the child (a) Every child shall be held in slavery (b) Every child is born free and equal in dignity and right (c) No child shall be subjected to torture or to cruel treatment (d) All children have the right to security

 

42. Human right violation includes all these except (a) holding someone in slavery (b) subjecting someone to arbitrary  arrest, detention or exile (c) tempering with someone’s right to freedom of opinion (d) the right of equal access to public service

 

43.Which of the following is not a type of food nutrient (a) Carbohydrate (b) Protein (c) Legumes (d) fat and oil 44. Nutrients are …………. (a) Chemical materials in foods (b) liquid substance (c) protective foods (d) edible substances

 

45. Protein is ……………. (a) body-building food (b) essential food (c) incomplete foods (d) complete foods

 

46. Which of the following is not affected by family crisis (a) family relationship (b) family cycle (c) family goals (d) family values

 

47. The following are types of family crisis except …………. (a) good education (b) cultism (c) bereavement (d) accident

 

48. The following are the nutrients in the food we eat except (a) balanced diet (b) vitamin (c) protein (d) fats and oil

 

49. For the welfare of the family, conflicts are best (a) overlooked (b) resolved (c) buried (d) ignored

 

50. The struggle between two or more people who disagree is called (a) conflict (b) crisis (c) problem (d) challenge

 

51. Conflict in families can arise from any of the following (a) situations, personality, unity (b) situations, personality; power struggles (c) personality situations, affection (d) personality, power struggles, and love

 

52. A situation that marks a turning-point, when things cease to go on as usual in a family is called (a) crisis (b) conflict (c) debate (d) right

 

53. Surplus carbohydrates in the body is stored as (a) starch (b) acid (c) fat (d) glucose

 

54. Which of the following is a deficiency disease (a) malaria (b) fever (c) AIDS (d) Kwashiorkor

 

55. …………… is important for body tissues and fluids (a) fats (b) maize (c) Water (d) bread

 

56. …………… are for protecting the body from diseases (a) starch (b) vitamins (c) carbohydrate (d) oils

 

57. Which of the following is a body builder (a) Yam (b) fat (c) beans (d) oil

 

58. Cooking food in hot oil is (a) boiling (b) frying (c) stewing (d) oiling24. ……….. are small animals which infest the hair (a) hair lice (b) flies (c) rashes (d) insects

 

59.  ……………. results when the body is given a blow with sufficient force. (a) cuts (b) bruises (c) injuries (d) stings

 

60. Which of the following is  important for balance (a) skin (b) nose (c) ear (d) tongue                                              

 

 

  SECTION B

 

1.       (a) List three properties of cotton (b) State five reasons for caring for clothing  (c) List five laundry agents

 

2.      (a) State six uses of clothing                 (b) What is figure fault?                 (c)  State four deficiency diseases

 

3.      (a) List three types of sewing machine                 (b) State three ways of caring for sewing machine                  (c) List five factors that influence meal planning
 

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