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Angeles City
Center of Excellence for Teacher Education
Department of Professional Education
ED08 Special Topics Prelim Exam
Name:Marjorie M. Masiclat
Instructor: Dr. Yeasa D. Bingcang

Course & Section: ____________ Date:__________

Choose the best answer. Shade the circle of the correct answer on your answer

Which of the following is referred to as the suicidal bags of the cell?

A. Chloroplasts
B. Vacuoles
C. Ribosomes
D. Lysosomes


What type of muscle tissue lines hollow structures like ducts and blood vessels that
contracts involuntarily?
A. Skeletal
B. Cardiac
C. Striated
D. Smooth


If bone has osteocytes, cartilage has ______.

A. chondrocytes
B. fibrocytes

C. melanocytes

D. osteoblasts


Which of the following vitamins is needed for the clotting factor synthesis?
A. Vitamin E
B. Vitamin D
C. Vitamin K
D. Vitamin B


Damaged blood vessels are repaired by:

A. thrombocytes
B. erythrocytes

C. leukocytes

D. phagocytes


When erythrocytes are found in the urine, the condition is diagnosed as ________.
A. hematuria
B. cystitis
C. glomerulonephritis
D. hemophilia


Which part of the ear is dangerously affected when sound is of hundred decibels?
A. Pinna
B. Eustachian tube
C. Semi-circular canal
D. Cochlea



Which is considered as the respiratory center of the brain?

A. Cerebellum
B. Cerebrum
C. Spinal Cord

D. Medulla

What is the major problem involved in organ transplants?

A. Phagocytes
C. Race of recipient
B. Sex of donor
D. Antigen-antibody reaction
Which of the following pancreatic fluids is responsible for the breakdown of
A. chymotrypsin
B. Amylase
C. Trypsin
D. Lipase


Yna was awakened by her mother Amor because there is fire in their house. What
division in her nervous system is most active during this time?
A. Central
B. Parasympathetic
C. Peripheral
D. Sympathetic


What is the most common cause of cardiovascular disease?

A. Fatty deposits in the arteries
B. Inadequate supply of red blood cells


C. Lack of sodium in the diet

D. Increased heartbeat

Which of the following is the building block of protein?

A. Amino acid
B. Nucleotide
C. Fatty acid

D. Monosaccharide


Where does protein synthesis take place?

A. Ribosomes
C. Endoplasmic reticulum
B. Lysosomes
D. Golgi bodies


Which of the following organelles produces turbo pressure against cell wall and mainly
acts as water reservoir?
A. Plastids
B. Vacuole
C. Lysosomes
D. Chloroplast



Which of the following is the correct sequence of the level of organization from lowest
to highest?
A. Cells-system-organs-tissues
C. Cells-tissues-organs-system
B. System-organs-tissues-cells
D. Tissues-systems-cells-organs
Which of the following is made up of diploid number of cells?
A. Zygote
B. Sperm cell
C. Egg cell
and C

D. Both B


Which of the following structures serve as a passageway of food and air?

A. Epiglottis
B. Trachea
C. Pharynx
D. Larynx


What do you call the finger-like folds on the inner linings of the small intestine?
A. Villi
B. Appendix
C. Rugae
D. Cecum


What is the membrane that surrounds the lungs?

A. Pleura
B. Meninges
C. Peritoneum

D. Pericardium


An adult male has a heart rate of 110 beats per minute. This is termed as:
A. bradycardia
B. tachycardia
C. bradypnea
D. tachypnea


Dengue virus which causes dengue is mainly transmitted by:

A. Anopheles mosquito
C. Culex mosquito
B. Aedes mosquito
D. All of the above


Scurvy is a disease resulting from a deficiency of which vitamin?

A. Vitamin A
B. Vitamin B
C. Vitamin C


How many bones does an adult human body has?

A. 270
B. 200
C. 216

D. Vitamin D

D. 206

Which hormone is deficient in cretinism?

A. Glucagon
B. Adrenalin
C. Parathormone

D. Thyroxin


Which of the following is both endocrine and an exocrine gland?

A. Adrenals
B. Thyroid
C. Pituitary
D. Pancreas


Which is considered the master gland due to its influence on the activity of all the
other glands?
A. Thyroid
B. Adrenal
C. Pituitary
D. Parathyroid


What hormone promotes the growth of the uterine lining for the implantation of the
A. Lactogenic hormone
C. Testosterone
B. Progesterone
D. Oxytocin


What does it mean if your blood pressure is 120/80?

A. The systolic pressure is 80
C. The pulse rate is 120 beats per
B. The diastolic pressure is 80
D. Both B and C


Which of the following regulate breathing?

A. RBC concentration
C. Hormone level in blood
B. Number of hemoglobin
D. CO2 and O2 concentration and pH level


Which of the following is responsible for formation of blood cells?

A. cartilage
B. bone narrow
C. joints

D. tendons

What term is used to describe the released of matured egg cell from the ovary?
A. Fertilization
B. Copulation
C. Ovulation
D. Implantation
Which chemical substance produced by the body regulates and coordinates the
functions and activities of bodily organ?
A. gene
B. deoxyribonucleic acid
C. hormone
D. enzyme


A genetic disorder caused when abnormal cell division results in extra genetic material
from chromosome 21.
A. myxedema
C. both A & B
B. Downs syndrome
D. none of the above


A spinal nerve is a:
A. motor nerve
B. sensory nerve

C. mixed nerve
D. neuron

____36. How was the DepEd Child Protection Policy formalized into law?
A. Through the Philippine Constitution
B. Through the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child
C. Through the Anti-Bullying Law
D. Through an Order of the Department of Education.

Which of the following levels of education are Constitutionally mandated to be provided

for free?
A. Pre-school and Elementary
B. Pre-school, Elementary, and High School
C. Elementary and High School
D. Elementary, High School, and Tertiary


Which of the following are NOT required by the 1987 Constitution?

A. To establish an integrated system of education
B. To mandate enrolment of out-of-school youth
C. To maintain a system of scholarship grants
D. To encourage indigenous learning systems


Which of the following is TRUE?

A. The State is required to assign the highest budgetary priority to
B. English is the second language of the Philippines.
C. The State shall use Filipino as the medium of official communication.
D. Religion can only be taught in public schools outside of regular class hours.


The Anti-Sexual Harassment Act of 1995, or R.A. 7877, was signed on which date?
A. January 1, 1995
B. February 14, 1995
C. October 31, 1995
D. July 4, 1995


Which of the following are NOT covered by the Anti-Sexual Harassment Act?
A. Acts of harassment by a student to a fellow student
B. Acts of harassment by a teacher to his student
C. Acts of harassment by a coach to his trainee
D. Acts of harassment by an employer to his employee


What is the minimum age of criminal responsibility?

A. Age 8, if acted with discernment
B. Age 15, if acted with discernment
C. Age 16, if acted with discernment
D. Age 18


If a minor is charged with bullying, which of the following is true?

A. Any charge against the minor is immediately dismissed.
B. The minor is immediately placed under preventive suspension.
C. The minor will be required to undergo a rehabilitation program.
D. The minor will be asked to pay civil damages.


The DepEd Child Protection Policy covers

A. All educational institutions
B. All public educational instutions

C. All public and private elementary and secondary schools

D. All public elementary and secondary schools.

Which of the following is NOT among the issues in the DepEd Child Protection
A. Child Abuse
B. Sexual Exploitation
C. Psychological Violence
D. Teacher Tyranny


Where in 1987 Philippine Constitution can be found this? All educational institutions
shall inculcate patriotism and nationalism, foster love of humanity, respect for
human rights
A. Article XV, Section 3
C. Article XVI, Section 3
B. Article XIV, Section 3
D. Article XIII, Section 3


Republic Act 10627 discusses ______.

A. Free Public Secondary Education
B. Magna Carta for public school teachers
C. Anti-Bullying Act of 2013
D. Enhanced Basic Education Act of 2013 (K-12)


Republic Act 9416 signed into law March 25, 2007 declares unlawful______.
A. political appointment of teachers.
B. sexual harassment in the workplace.
C. cutting of trees in highways.
D. any form of cheating in Civil Service examinations.


What is the DepEd Order No. of Child Protection Policy?

A. DepEd Order No. 40, S. 2012
B. DepEd Order No. 14, S. 2012
C. DepEd Order No. 40, S. 2014
D. DepEd Order No. 14, S. 2014


Unlike the Anti-Bullying Law, which is a legislative enactment, this is an

administrative order.
A. True
B. False


Child refers to pupils or students even if over 18 years of age as long as they are
in school.
A. True
B. False


This refers to a kind of punishment or penalty imposed for an alleged or actual

offense, which is carried out or inflicted, for the purpose of discipline, training or
control, by a teacher, school administrator, an adult, or any other child who has
been given or has assumed authority or responsibility for punishment or discipline.
A. Physical punishments
B. Corporal Punishments
C. Peer abuse
D. Positive punishments
This refers to willful aggressive behavior that is directed towards a particular victim
who may be out-numbered, younger, weak, with disability, less confident, or
otherwise vulnerable.
A. Physical punishments
B. Corporal Punishments
C. Peer abuse/Bullying
D. Positive punishments



Which of the following is identified as number one root cause armed conflict in the
A. Poor Governance
B. Massive poverty and economic inequality
C. Injustice and abuse power
D. Control of few of political power
E. Ideological differences


The following are core subjects in the K-12 Curriculum starts 2016-2017, EXCEPT
B. Science and Math
C. History and Values Education
D. English and Filipino
E. Araling Panlipunan


All of the following are major shifts taking place in Asia today EXCEPT:
A. From market driven to government controlled
B. From western influence to Asian way
C. From labor intensive to higher technology
D. From male dominance to emergence of women
E. From nations states to network


A Guatemalan Indian whom won the Nobel Prize in 1992 for her work for indigenous
people is _____.
A. Evita Peron
D. Mother Teresa
B. Suzzane Mebarack
E. Gracia Madel
C. Rigoberta Menchu


The two defining characteristics of Thailand society are _____.

A. Western democracy and Christianity
B. Authoritarian and Catholicism
C. Monarchy and Buddhism
D. Malay and Hinduism
E. Constitutional democracy and Muslim


The following are generally accepted principle in ecology that needs to be

considered environmental education EXCEPT:
A. Ecological security
D. Balance of Nature
B. Biological diversity
E. Infinite of resources
C. Interdependence


Poverty, exploitation, discrimination and injustice are example of ______.

A. Structural violence
D. ecological violence
B. Physical violence
E. cultural violence
C. Psychological violence


Which part of newspaper encapsulates complex issues, provide stimulus for

students to stop and think and has humor contributes to the group interaction?
A. Editorial
D. cross word puzzle
B. Simulations
E. models
C. Cartoons


India and Pakistan recently engaged in nuclear bomb testing as tensions intensified
over a region long disputed. Which region is this?
A. Tibet
D. Bhopal
B. Kashmir
E. Sri Lanka
C. Kosovo


In environmental education, there are various schools of thoughts on human earth

relations. The view that sees all life is sacred is _____.
A. Domination model
D. Stewardship model
B. Eco-feminism
E. Cultural relevance
C. Anthropocentric environmentalism


A person who has left his country due to a well-founded fear of persecution because
of their race, religion, nationality or political is called _____.
A. Alien
D. contract worker
B. Asylum-seeker
E. refugee
C. Migrant


Which of the following core values is considered the most important, as contained in
the National Centennial Commission Slogan?
A. Kalayaan
D. Kasarinlan
B. Kapayapaan
E. Pakikibaka
C. Pagkakaisa


A teacher and UNESCO diplomat who holds a distinction of being the first woman
senator in the Philippines is _____.
A. Lourdes Quisumbing
D. Eva Estada-Kalaw
B. Helena Benitez
E. Estafani Aldava-Lim
C. Geronima Pecson


Which is dominant theme of the UNESCO Edgar Faure report?

A. Learning to Be
D. Learning to Transform
B. Learning to Do
E. Learning to Know
C. Learning to Live Together


The Harvard professor who identified eight kinds of intelligences is ____.

A. Gerald Mische
D. Samuel Hungtinton
B. Howard Garner
E. Jacques De Lor
C. Alvin Toffler


Which is the most critical global problem in 2016?

A. Improving quality of Human Life.
B. Coping with the IN migration crisis in Europe.
C. Growing gap between rich and poor countries.
D. Pervasive influence of Social Media.
E. Growing influence if ISIS and extremism.


According to the National Statistics Office (NSO), the current Philippine population
by the end of 2016 is _____.
A. 104 million
D. 100 million
B. 106 million
E. 90 million
C. 99 million

Dr. Yeasa D. Bingcang
ED08 - Professor