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Familiarize her with the generally accepted

customs of right living in the Philippine practice
151. Sheryl, a freshman education student, was
of profession
asked by his professor to describe education
accurately. Which of the following statement c. Make her aware of the principles and rules
will Sheryll most likely choose? prescribed under the authority of the state

a. Synonymous to formal schooling d. make her aware of the principles and rules
prescribed under the authority of the state
b. Growth resulting from academic study
155. As a teacher, which of the following
c. Acquired basically through the teacher
actions would you judge as unprofessional?
d. A process of individual growth and social
a. Engaging in gainful employment
b. Seeking position known to be vacant
152. Mis Diegor has been rated as a very
effective teacher in disseminating current c. Giving due notice in case of absence
information in her Social Studies Class. Which
d. Taking professional matter directly to the
intellectual trait does Miss Diegor manifest?
highest authority
a. Widely read
156. Miss Delgado is a newly appointed teacher.
b. Intellectual honesty The principal advised her to avoid any conduct
which discredits the teaching profession. Which
c. Tolerance
of the following action is permissible in the
d. Well groomed teaching profession?

153. Miss Victoria considers herself a pioneer in a. Writing anonymous letters

the world ideas. What would be her relevant
b. Assigning underserved grades
c. Joining social drinking and gambling session
a. Establish instructional goal
d. Revealing confidential information to
b. Establish standards of behavior
authorities concerned
c. Lead children to inquire about their
157. Which statement is NOT regarded as a
social value of education/
d. Articulate social, political and economic
a. Education furthers community health
b. Education promotes wholesome family life
154. Miss Sales is a newly appointed teacher.
The principal handed her a copy of the c. Education orders and humanizes economic
Professional Code of Ethics. What could have
been the motive of the principal? d. Education refines human sentiments and
a. Give her a set of rules and regulation to
observe in school 158. In education as agent of modernization the
curriculum tends to focus on well defined
orientation. In this sociological views, which 162. Long before the start of every school year,
describes best the curriculum? teacher Faith has already started developing
her own comprehensive plan based on the
a. future-oriented
recommended curriculum. Which explains best
b. past oriented Teacher Faith’s action in relation to the
c. present-oriented
a. Planning personalizes the curriculum making
d. tradition oriented it her own
159. The function of schooling is determined b. Planning is entirely dependent on he
largely by the generally accepted social approved curriculum
conception of education. What is the function
of the curriculum in a school that regards c. Planning “screened” possible difference
education as cultural transmission? between the curriculum plan and the
implementation process
a. Remove social status stratification
163. Education during this period was
b. Break boundaries between social classes essentially intellectual discipline based on
c. Unify the elements of various social classes rational arguments. This points to_________

d. Maintain boundaries of structure between a. Feudalistic education

social classes b. Saracenic education
160. Rachelle brings of her books to school c. Scholastic education
because she wants to please the teacher and
get good grades. To which of the following d. Monastic education
levels of morality according to Kohlberg does
164. Which of the following is NOT provided in
she belong?
the Education Act of 1940?
a. Conventional
a. The national support of elementary
b. Preconventional education

c. Postconventional b. The double-single plan in the elementary

d. Either preconventional or conventional
c. The six year elementary course
161. Teacher Cleo observed that the preschool
children have generally short attention and d. Vocational education in the public schools
interest span. What kind pf class activities
165. The primary objective in the
should select for them?
regionalization of the educational system is
a. short, varied and interesting
b. challenging and interesting
a. encourage the undertaking of language
c. both easy and difficult researches in various regions

d. long but interesting b. take into account local needs and condition
and encourage local development planning
c. et assurance that all educational policies and This means that children in this stage consider
implemented nationwide teachers and parents as___________

d. promote quality education at all levels and in a. authorities and models

all communities of the country
b. counselors and advisers
166. Dewey’s philosophy stresses the
c. peers and playmates
development of an individual capable of
reflective thinking, specifically that of being able d. facilitators and supervisor
to solve the problem he faces individually or
collectively. This is___________ 170. Because learning increases directly in
proportion to the extent to which the learner is
a. rationalism wholly bound up in his task, the teacher should
give lessons that______
b. experimentation
a. are fictitious to appeal to their imagination
c. developmentalism
b. have significance and worth to the child
d. disciplinism
c. are easy to comprehend
167. Identical twins are more alike in
intelligence that are fraternal twins. This facts d. portray complex ideas
indicates that __________
171. Which of the following corresponds to
a. environment affects both fraternal and Kohlberg’s post­conventional or principal level
identical twins of moral development?
b. intelligence is determined partly by prenatal a. Right action consists of what instrumental
nutrition satisfies one’s own needs
c. heredity has a part in determining b. right action is defined buy the decision of
intelligence conscience in accordance with self-chosen
d. intelligence hinges on physical structure c. Good behavior is based on the physical
consequences of action
168. Much of today’s classroom practices are
influenced by Skinner’s operant conditioning d. Good behavior is that which pleases or helps
which stresses on _________ others or is approved by them
a. involuntary response to a stimulus 172. According to the Constitution, the State is
required to establish and maintain free public
b. progression of subordinate learning
and compulsory education in the—
c. connection between stimulus and response
a. elementary level only
d. reinforcement of correct response
b. secondary level only
169. Early childhood is characterized by
c. secondary and tertiary levels
educators as a period of morality buy
constraint. d. elementary and secondary levels
173. The recognition of teachers as persons in a. equal education for men and women
authority was conferred to them during the
b. education controlled by the state
c. education subsidized by the state
a. Spanish rule
d. education of all human beings without
b. Japanese regime distinction of sex, age, race, rank, social
economic or political status
c. American rule
178. The Athenian ideal of education was the
d. Commonwealth government
formation of a cultural soul in a graceful and
174. The relationship between education and symmetrical body. This is achieved by_______
culture tends to by cyclical. This means
a. Using the seven liberal arts
b. putting the emphasis on physical education
a. the school is shaped by culture and culture in
c. a well balanced development of mind, body
turn is influenced by the school
and soul
b. the school function primarily as a transmitter
d. adopting the philosophy “Know thyself”
of culture and is a change agent
179. Computers are now widely used in many
c. the school is transmitted by the school
aspects of society including in education.
system and the classroom is the place where
transmission takes place Why are some school slow in accepting the
accepting the use of computer?
175. Teachers should bear in mind that the
period of greatest mental development is from a. Competently trained teachers are few

____ b. The cost of hardware is high

a. 3 to 6 years c. Programs needed to run the computer are

not available
b. 9 to 12 years
d. all of these
c. 6 to 9 years
180. A child learns the world FLOWER before he
d. 12 to 15 years
can name Sampaguita, Gumamela and Camia
176. Which patterns of development closely because development_________
parallel to the pattern for speech development?
a. is cephalocaudal in nature
a. Emotional and moral
b. proceeds from general to specific
b. Intellectual and moral
c. follows a pattern
c. Intellectual and motor
d. is a continuous process
d. Emotional and motor
181. Why is indoctrinating the child by making
177. Democracy from the Christian perspective decisions for him dangerous?
is viewed as________
a. It will confuse him
b. It will develop in him negative attitudes of the Filipino as a people. How should you
tackle them in the classroom?
c. It will thwart his personality
a. Present them and express your feelings of
d. It will make him dependent
182. The cognitive process refers to the
b. Present facts and use them as means in
realization that even if things change in physical
inspiring your class to learn from them.
appearance, certain attributes are constant.
This is________ c. Present them and blame those people
responsible or those who have contributed.
a. reservation
d. Present them as they are presented, and tell
b. construction
the class to accept reality.
c. integration
186. If you agree with Rizal on how you can
d. conservation contribute to our nation's redemption, which
should you work for?
183. The second basic principle of development
states that the rate of the development is a. Opening our doors to foreign influence
unique to each individual. Educators aptly
b. Upgrading the quality of the Filipino through
termed this as the principle of
a. dynamic change
c. Stabilizing the political situation
b. variation
d. Gaining economic recovery
c. individual differences
187. Rights and duties are correlative. This
d. uniqueness means that __________.

184. Teacher A is directed to pass an a. rights and duties regulate the relationship of
undeserving student with a death threat. Which men in society
advice will a hedonist give?
b. rights and duties arise from natural law
a. Pass the student. Why suffer the threat?
c. each right carries with it one or several
b. Don't pass him. You surely will not like corresponding duties
someone to give you a death threat in order to
d. rights and duties ultimately come from God
188. A teacher who equates authority with
c. Don't pass him. Live by your principle of
power does NOT __________.
justice. You will get reward, if not in this life, in
the next! a. shame

d. Pass the student. That will be of use to the b. develop self-respect in every pupil
student, his parents and you.
c. retaliate
185. History books used in schools are replete
d. intimidate
with events portraying defeats and weaknesses
189. Which is a true foundation of the social b. Show both records to him.
c. Refuse to show any record without
a. Obedient citizenry expressing permission from principal.

b. The reciprocation of rights and duties d. Show only his child's records.

c. Strong political leadership 194. Teacher Q does not want Teacher B to be

promoted and so writes an anonymous letter
d. Equitable distribution of wealth
against Teacher B accusing her of fabricated lies
190. In what way can teachers uphold the Teacher Q mails this anonymous letter to the
highest possible standards of quality education? Schools Division Superintendent. What should
Teacher Q do if she has to act professionally?
a. By continually improving themselves
personally and professionally a. Submit a signed justifiable criticism against
Teacher B, if there is any.
b. By wearing expensive clothes to change
people's poor perception of teachers b. Go straight to the Schools Division
Superintendent and gives criticism verbally.
c. By working out undeserved promotions
c. Hire a group to distribute poison letters
d. By putting down other professions to lift the against Teacher B for information
status of teaching dissemination.
191. A teacher/student is held responsible for d. Instigate student activists to read poison
his actions because s/he __________. letters over the microphone.
a. has instincts 195. Teachers often complain of numerous
b. is mature non-teaching assignments that adversely, affect
their teaching. Does this mean that teachers
c. has a choice must be preoccupied only with teaching?
d. has reason a. Yes, if they are given other assignments,
192. The typical autocratic teacher consistently justice demands that they be properly
does the following EXCEPT compensated.

a. encouraging students. b. Yes, because other community leaders, not

teachers, are tasked to leading community
b. shaming students. activities
c. ridiculing students. c. NO, because every teacher is expected to
provide leadership and initiative in activities
d. intimidating students.
for betterment of communities.
193. What should you do if a parent who is
concerned about a grade his child received d. Yes, because teaching is enough full time job.
compared to another student's grade, demands
to see both students' grades? 196. In a study conducted, the pupils were
asked which nationality they preferred, if given
a. Refuse to show either record.
a choice. Majority of the pupils wanted to be a. Use the latest instructional technology.
Americans. In this case, in which obligation
b. Observe continuing professional education.
relative to the state, do schools seem to be
failing? In their obligation to __________. c. Use interactive teaching strategies.
a. respect for all duly constituted authorities d. Study the life of Filipino heroes.
b. promote national pride 200. Teacher F is newly converted to a religion.
Deeply convinced of his new found religion, he
c. promote obedience to the laws of the state
starts Monday classes by attacking one religion
d. instill allegiance to the Constitution and convinces his pupils to attend their religious
services on Sundays. Is this in accordance with
197. In the Preamble of the Code of Ethics of
the Code of Ethics of ¬Professional Teachers?
Professional Teachers, which is NOT said of
teachers? a. Yes. What he does is values education.

a. LET passers b. No. A teacher should not use his position to

proselyte others.
b. Duly licensed professionals
c. Yes. In the name of academic freedom, a
c. Possess dignity and reputation
teacher can decide what to teach.
d. With high-moral values as well as technical
d. Yes. What he does strengthens values
and professional competence
198. Teacher H and Teacher I are rivals for
promotion. To gain the favor of the promotional
staff, Teacher I offers her beach resort for free
for members of the promotional staff before
the ranking. As one of the contenders for
promotion, is this becoming of her to do?

a. Yes. This will be professional growth for the

promotional staff.

b. No. This may exert undue influence ori the

members of the promotional staff and so may
fail to promote someone on the basis of merit.

c. Yes. The rare invitation will certainly be

welcomed by an overworked promotional staff.

d. Yes. There's nothing wrong with sharing one's


199. Each teacher is said to be a trustee of the

cultural and educational heritage of the nation
and is, under obligation to transmit to learners
such heritage. Which practice makes him fulfill
such obligation?

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