This study investigated the relative effects of flipped classroom amd print exposure on the teaching and learning of contents in Integrated Curriculum. It is a quasi-experimental research design of the pretest post-test control group type. The population of the study consisted of all the Junior Secondary School II (JSS 2) of public secondary schools in Ekiti State. The sample of the study involved 134 JSS 2 students. The samples were selected using intact classes. The researcher assigned the sample to two experimental groups and a control group. Two (2) research instruments tagged Students Performance in Integrated Curriculum (SPIC) and Students’ Attitudinal Questionnaire (SAQ) were used to elicit information for this study. The instruments were validated by two experts in Curriculum and Instruction and an expert in Language Education. The reliability of the instruments were determined by using the test-retest method of testing reliability and a reliability coefficient of 0.78 and 0.69 were obtained for SPIC and SAQ were obtained respectively. Two research questions and one hypothesis were raised and formulated for this study respectively. The research questions were analysed using frequency count, means and standard deviation while the hypotheses was analysed using inferential statistics of t-test. The hypothesis was tested at 0.05 level of significance. The findings of the study revealed that flipped classroom and print exposure have significant effects on the teaching and learning of curriculum integration. It also revealed that flipped classroom has high significant effect on curriculum integration compared to print exposure.Based on the findings of the study, the following recommendations were made: School should implement the use of flipped classroom and print exposure in teaching and learning process particularly integrated curriculum, the regulatory bodies on education such as Ministry of Education and other regulatory agencies should update their curriculum by integrating flipped classroom model and print exposure in the teaching and learning processes among others.