BASIC TECH JSS 1 EXAMS QUESTIONS THIRD TERM

BASIC TECH

  1. ____ the processes (methods) and products (materials) that make life easy and stress free (a) Machine (b) Tool (c) Equipment (d)Technology
  2. Technology is derived from the Greek words tekhnē, which refers to a/an___ (a) art or craft (b) test (c) training (d) trash.
  3. The following are products of technology except (a) stone (b) microwave (c) aircraft (d) computer
  4. The following are modern technology except (a)cars (b)mobile phone (c)tractor (d) hoes
  5. The following are the importance of technology except …………..
    1. It encourages creativity in students.
    2. It provides students with a solid foundation for future training in pre-vocational subjects.
    3. It prepares students with basic technological literacy.
    4. It encourages waste of resources.
  6. _______ is a place where activities such as fabrication, designing, construction and drawing take place. (a) Factory (b) Hospital (c) Hostel (d) Workshop.
  7. ______ means protection from, or not being exposed to, the risk of harm or injury (a) Methodology (b) Skill (c) Safety (d) Technology
  8. _______is a negative experience that happens to somebody when he does not expect it (a) An accident (b) Disease (c) Fire outbreak (d) Electrical sparking.
  9. The following are causes of accidents except (a) using appropriate safety devices (b) Lack of concentration (c) horseplay (d) Lack of carefulness in handling machines
  10. _____ are to be used to stop fire from destroying lives (a) Extinguishers and bucket of sand (b) Helmets (c) Boots (d) Goggles

11. _______ is a place where activities such as fabrication, designing, construction and drawing take place. (a) Factory (b) Hospital (c) Hostel (d) Workshop.

12. ______ means protection from, or not being exposed to the risk of harm or injury (a) Methodology (b) Skill (c) Safety (d) Technology

13. _______is a negative experience that happens to somebody when he does not expect it (a) An accident (b) Disease (c) Fire outbreak (d) Electrical sparking.

14. The following are causes of accidents except (a) using appropriate safety devices (b) Lack of concentration (c) horseplay (d) Lack of carefulness in handling machines

15. _____ are to be used to stop fire from destroying lives (a) Extinguishers and bucket of sand (b) Helmets (c) Boots (d) Goggles

16. ____ is a hard fibrous substance that chiefly composes trees and bushes and is found beneath their bark (a) Tree (b) Plastics (C) Metal (d) Wood

17. The materials used in technology include the following except (a) wood (b) metals

(c) ceramics (d) cassava

  1. The major parts of a tree are as follow except (a) roots (b) trunks (branches) and leaves (c) flowers and seeds (d) furniture
  2. ____ are trees that shed their leaves in the dry season to prevent water loss. e.g. Iroko, Afara, Mahogany, Opepe, Omo (a) Hard wood trees (b) Soft wood trees (c) Di-cotyledonous trees (d) Coniferous trees
  3. Examples of soft wood trees include the following except (a) spruce and vine (b) cedar
    1. cypress (d) Afara
  4. _____ is a type of solid mineral substance that is usually hard and shiny and that heat and electricity can travel through (a) Plastic (b) Rubber (c) Metal (d) Ceramics
  5. Some metals have the ability to be hammered or beaten into shape without cracking .This quality is known as (a) malleability (b) ductility (c) toughness (d) fusibility
  6. The group of metals that contains iron is known as (a) ferrous metals (b) non-ferrous metals (c) alloys. (d) terrazzo
  7. The group of metals that has no iron is not magnetic. Examples are as follow except(a) aluminium (b) copper (c) steel (d) brass
  8. ______ is the process by the which metals can be softened.(a) Casting (b) Smelting (c) Annealing (d) Riveting
  9. _____ is a hard brittle heat-resistant material made by firing a mixture of clay and chemicals at high temperature (a) Plastic (b) Rubber (c) Ceramic (d) Wood
  10. The following are properties of ceramics except (a) Ceramics are resistant to corrosion (b)They can withstand very high temperature (c)They are electrical resistant .(d)ceramics are not brittle
  11. ______ is a light material that is produced by chemical processes and can be formed into shapes when heated (a) Rubber (b) Plastic (c) Metal (d) Wood
  12. _______ are plastic materials that become soft and pliable when heated, without a change in their intrinsic properties (a) Thermometers (b) Thermo engine ( c) Thermostats (d) Thermoplastics
  13. Rubber can be processed by the following methods except (a) Vacuum forming (b) Extrusion (c) Calendaring and Compression moulding (d) Injection moulding

THEORY A

  1. Differentiate between thermosets and thermoplastic materials.
  2. Define rubber materials and uses.

THOERY B

  1. Define and state the properties of metals.
  2. State the classes of metals with examples.
  3. Explain the following methods of processing of metals (i) annealing (ii) smelting (iii) casting.
  4. State the uses of the following metals (i) alloy metals (ii) ferrous metals (iii) non-ferrous metals

THEORY C

  1. Explain why wood is referred to as a material for technology.
  2. Draw the major parts of a tree (external).
  3. State and give examples of the types of wood.
  4. Draw the structure of wood (internal).

THEORY D

1. Draw a typical basic technology workshop layout.

2. State five (5) workshop safety precautions.

3. Mention five (5) workshop safety devices.

THEORY E

    1. Draw a typical Basic Technology workshop layout.
    2. State five (5) workshop safety precautions.
    3. Mention five (5) workshop safety devices.

THEORY F

      1. Define technology.
      2. State 10 products of technology.
      3. State the differences in economic activities in developed and underdeveloped technology.

 

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