WAEC Basketry Questions and Answers 2021 | Theory and OBJ- Download PDF

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WAEC Basketry Questions and Answers 2021 | Theory and OBJ- Download PDF

If you are about to write the West African Senior Certificate Exams (WASSCE), you will realize that you need the WAEC Past Questions and Answers.

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This article provides you with WAEC Basketry Questions and Answers for the WASSCE 2021. It contains information regarding the WAEC Basketry Theory and Objective Questions and Answers.

WAEC Basketry Objective Questions

In the objectives part of the exams, candidates are required to take just an option. Don’t be confused, try reading the questions over and over again before choosing your option. Below is WAEC Past Sample Questions.

1. In siting a basketry industry, the initial factor to be considered is

  • A. distance from market.
    B. population in the area.
    C. proximity to competitor.
    D. proximity to raw materials.

2. A weaver should be

  • A. brittle.
    B. pliable.
    C. stiff.
    D. tough.

3. A basketry tool that is easily improvised is

  • A. cutlass.
    B. hammer.
    C. saw.
    D. scraper.

4. A tool used in removing hairs from finished basketry work is the

  • A. bodkin.
    B. pliers.
    C. rapping iron
    D. singeing lamp.

5. How many weavers are used in pairing?

  • A. One
    B. Two
    C. Three
    D. Four

WAEC Basketry Theory Questions

The essay part is otherwise known as the theory part. in this Section, you are be expected to answers the questions you know best following the number of questions required by the instruction for each candidate to attempt. Make sure you make good use of this page.

1. (a) Explain business plan in basketry? [3 marks]
(b) What are the important components in business plan? [3 marks]
( c) Discuss three possible problems that can occur in an
basketry industry without planning. [ 9 marks]

2. (a) Discuss three ways that bush fire affects the basketry
industry? [6 marks]

(b) Explain three ways to sustain the basketry industry. [9 marks]

3. (a) List three challenges facing the basketry industry in Ghana. [3 marks]
(b) Discuss three of the challenges and suggest solutions. [12 marks]

4. Comment on the statement “The design and technology approach is the
best way to produce quality basketry articles to satisfy a need.” [15 marks]

Project Work

1. Design and make a serving tray that can carry three bottles and six cups.
2. Using any local materials design and make a protective covering for a big Akpeteshi

How to Download WAEC Past Questions and Answers

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