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SET A

Answer Key

PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION

1. On which constitutional provision is the full or partial integration of capable deaf and blind in the
classroom based? The provision on _____________

A. academic freedom for students and teachers


B. providing vocational training to adult citizens and out-of-school youths
C. creating scholarship for poor and deserving students
D. protecting and promoting the right of all citizens to quality education

2. Teacher A put together the output colleagues in one workshop and published it with her name as
author. Which is unprofessional about Teacher A’s behavior?

A. Not giving due credit to others for their work


B. Falling to correct what appears to be unprofessional conduct
C. Giving due credit to others for their work.
D. Holding inviolate all confidential information concerning associates

3. I want every pupil to cope with my lesson. Which technique can help me achieve it?

A. Peer instruction B. Film showing C. Mnemonics D. Choral reading

4. Which is a sound classroom management practice?

A. Occupy student with easy tasks so they have time for play.
B. Overload students with difficult tasks so they will not have time for things that are not worthwhile.
C. Occupy students with challenging tasks.
D. Difficult tasks bore students, don’t give them any.

5. Teacher B is researching on family income distribution which is quite symmetrical. Which measure/s
of central tendency will be most informative and appropriate?

A. Mode B. Mean C. Median D. Mean and median

6. In what way can teachers uphold the highest possible standards of the teaching profession?

A. By working for promotions in the system


B. By continuously improving themselves personally and professionally
C. By pointing out the advantages of joining the teaching profession
D. By good grooming to change people’s poor perception of teachers

7. Which way to happiness did Aristotle and Maslow share in common?

A. Satisfaction of all our needs C. Spontaneity and simplicity in our way of life
B. Fulfillment of our obligations and duties D. Realizing of our potentials to the fullest

8. I like to develop the synthesizing skills of my students. Which one should I do?

A. Ask my students to formulate a generalization from the data shown in the graphs.
B. Direct my students to point out which part of the graph is right and which part is wrong.
C. Ask my students to answer the questions beginning with “What if…”
D. Tell my students to state data presented in the graph.

9. Modeling as a powerful method of value education was taught by ______________.

A. Jesus Christ B. Confucius C. I Kant D. Confucius & Jesus Christ


10. Which type of questions is generally considered low-level?

A. Convergent B. Evaluative C. Divergent D. Open-ended

11. Which statement on teacher power in relation to classroom management is correct?

A. Teachers’ expert power is not earned.


B. Teachers with expert power have also a referent power.
C. Teachers’ legitimate power is earned.
D. Teachers should use their legitimate power to achieve expert and referent power.

12. In which way does heredity affect the development of the learner?

A. By placing limits beyond which the learner cannot develop


B. By making acquired traits heredity
C. By compensating for what environment fails to develop
D. By providing equal potential to all

13. A teacher should not be a slave of his lesson plan. This means that __________.

A. the teacher must be ready to depart from her lesson plan if she remembers something more
interesting than what she planned
B. a lesson plan must be followed by a teacher no matter what
C. the teacher is the best lesson plan designer
D. the teacher must be willing to depart from her lesson plan if students are more interested in
something than in what she planned

14. Which is a typical characteristic of the adolescent?

A. Reasonable C. Slow but steady physical growth


B. Emotionally unstable D .Passive and obedient

15. Which one is meant to measure students’ awareness of values?

A. Anecdotal record B. Projective technique C. Moral dilemma D. Liker scales

16. The first American teachers in the Philippines were _______.

A. elementary graduates C. Missionaries


B. soldiers D. graduate of the normal school

17. An athlete student is bored and restless. Teacher Justin incorporates athletics into the discussion to
get his attention. Which disciplinary technique does Teacher Justin use?

A. Signal interference B. Direct appeal C. Interest boosting D. Hurdle lessons

18. The difficulty index of a test item is 1. What does it imply? The test item must be
________________.

A. moderate in difficulty
B. very difficult because only 1 got the item correctly
C. very easy because everybody got the test item correctly
D. neither difficult nor easy

19. For global competitiveness, a school must embark on proactive change. Which one is a
characteristic of a proactive change?

A. Imitative of others C. Late in the game


B. Problem-driven D. Radical and inventive
20. Which test item is in the highest level of Bloom’s taxonomy of objectives?

A. Explain how a tree functions in relation to the ecosystem.


B. Explain how trees receive nutrients.
C. Rate three different methods of controlling tree growth.
D. List the parts of a tree.

21. What does a negative discrimination index mean?

A. There are more from the upper group that got the item right.
B. The test item is quite difficult.
C. The test item is quite essay.
D. There are more from the lower group who got the item right.

22. Teacher E’s sideline is selling “Encyclopedias for Children” on weekends. Her usual clientele are the
parents of pupils who are on the verge of failing or those vying for the Top Ten in fact, she always
succeeded in selling encyclopedias to these parents. Is there anything unethical with the way Teacher
E does her sideline?

A. Yes, there is. She may become less objective in her evaluation of the work of these pupils
concerned.
B. No, there isn’t. Books and teachers mix. Teachers are supposed to promote reading.
C. No, there isn’t. A teacher’s salary is meager and selling books is respectable way of augmenting
Teacher E’s income.
D. Yes, there is. She is not supposed to engage in any form of sideline.

23. To build a sense of pride among Filipino youth, which should be done?

A. Re-study our history and stress on our achievements as a people.


B. Re-study our history from the perspective of our colonizers.
C. Replace the study of folklores and myths with technical subjects that make youths globally
competitive.
D. Set aside the study of local history.

24. Teacher Rodel discovered that his students are very good in dramatizing. Which tool must have
helped him discover his pupil’s strength?

A. Product assessment C. Journal entry


B. Performance test D. Portfolio assessment

25. Here is a performance objective: WITH THE AID OF A PERIODIC CHART, the students will list the
atomic weights of the first ten elements.” The words in capital letters are referred to as the __________.

A. minimum acceptable performance C. condition


B. behavior D. performance statement

26. Here is a lesson objective: “Given a microscope and a slide, the students must be able to focus the
prepared slide.” Applying Robert F Manager’s principle, which does this lesson objective lack?

A. Time element B. Condition C. Criterion measure D. Performance

Robert Manager’s Criterion Referenced Instruction (CRI) framework is based upon using objectives
(instructional objectives) to drive instruction. Effective Instructional objectives should have three
components:
1. Performance - Identifies specifically what the learner should be able to do after the instruction
2. Condition - Identifies the conditions under which the learning is to occur
3. Criterion - Describes how well the learner must perform in order to be acceptable

27. Which assessment tool will be most authentic?


A. Short answer test C. Essay test
B. Alternate-response test D. Portfolio
28. Which of the following is a “fact” question?

A. What are some of the ways in which you used the word ancient?
B. What are the effects of the invention of electricity on the life people?
C. What is the function of a CPU in a microcomputer?
D. What would be one of the first things we have to do to clean the air we breathe?

29. Which holds true to norm-referenced testing?

A. Constructing test items in terms of instructional objectives


B. Identifying an acceptable level of mastery in advance
C. Determining tasks that reflect instructional objectives
D. Identifying average performance of a group

30. I like to teach subtraction by engaging my pupils in a “sari-sari store business”. Which technique is
this?

A. Contrived incident B. Game C. Dramatizing D. Simulation

31. According to Bandura’s learning theory, the four factors that are necessary for a person to learn
through observation are attention, retention, reproduction, and _____________.
A. metacognition B. reflection C. discrimination D. motivation

32. In one of the pages of her printed reference material, Teacher Irene finds an illustrative life cycle of
a frog. Assuming that the following are available to her, which is the quickest way for her to effectively
present the life cycle of a frog to her class? By _________.

A. the use of an overhead projector C. describing the life cycle


B. the use of an opaque projector D. drawing on the chalkboard

33. Teacher C uses direct instruction strategy. Which will she first do?

A. Presenting and structuring C. Independent practice


B. Reviewing the previous day’s work D. Recitation

34. I like my students to master the skill of multiplying 2-digit numbers. Which method is most
appropriate?

A. Drill B. Expository C. Discovery D. Unit

35. Which educational issue can be clarified by understanding Maslow’s Needs Theory?

A. The effects of different classroom structures C. The effect of poverty on academic achievement
B. Delinquency in the public schools D. Sex education issues in school

36. Teacher Alvin wants to teach the class the rules in playing basketball. Which method is most
appropriate?

A. Discovery B. Inductive reasoning C. Problem solving D. Direct instruction

37. On which philosophy is the inclusion of the study of Rizal and the other national heroes in the
school curriculum based?

A. Existentialism B. Realism C. Pragmatism D. Idealism

38. Which does NOT belong to the group?

A. Completion C. Matching type choice


B. Alternate response D. Mnemonic type
39. Teacher F helps the pupils remember that stalaCtite grows from the Ceiling and the stalaGmites
grow from the Ground. What device does Teacher F use?

A. Memory device B. Drill device C. Coding device D. Mnemonic device

40. Which basic guidance service is concerned with the gathering and dissemination of information
about students to appropriate professional staff to aid them in their job to help students?

A. Counseling service C. Individual inventory service


B. Placement service D. Research service

41. Which of the following best illustrates the balance of responsibility and accountability?

A. A teacher allows a below average child to find out for himself how to manipulate a simple
machine.
B. A teacher advises the parents of a below average child to get their child a tutor to teach him how
to manipulate a simple machine.
C. A teacher asks a brighter child to teach a below average pupil how to manipulate a simple
machine.
D. A teacher diligently explains to a below average child how to manipulate a simple machine.

42. What is most likely to happen in our economy when export continuously surpasses import? “is a
thought question on ____________.

A. generalizing B. predicting C. synthesizing D. creating

43. Teacher X says “Perfection must be real. While we cannot attain it here on earth, we aspire for it. It
must be real. “Teacher X leans towards which philosophy?

A. Idealism B. Philosophical analysis C. Realism D. Pragmatism

44. How do cognitive psychologists see the learner?

A. With empty minds C. Full of experiences


B. Uninterested to learn D. Totally conditioned by environment

45. Your Grade 1 pupil has difficulty writing letter A. Which prompt/s is/are most appropriate?

A. Gestural B. Physical C. Verbal & Gestural D. Verbal

46. Both Muslim and Christian value marriage but the Muslim practices polygamous marriage while the
Christian practices monogamous marriage. What is this called?

A. Cultural relativism B. Acculturation C. Ethical relativism D. Enculturation

47. With which is true authority equated?

A. Suppression B. Power C. Coercion D. Service

48. Lilian was first asked to compare identical amounts of liquids in two short glasses. The liquid from
one of the wo short glasses was poured into a taller, skinner glass of the same capacity. Lilian indicated
that the amounts of liquid in the two different glasses are still the same. What is Lilian that capable of?

A. Assimilation B. Accommodation C. Conservation D. Reversibility

49. Which is most implied by a negatively skewed score distribution?

A. Several of the pupils are in middle of the distribution.


B. Most of the scores are high.
C. Most of the scores are low.
D. The scores are evenly distributed from left to right of the normal curve.
50. Q is 25th percentile as median is to _________________.

A. 25th percentile B. 40th percentile C. 50th percentile D. 75th percentile

51. Which quotation goes with a proactive approach to discipline?

A.”An ounce of prevention is better than a pound of cure.”


B.”Do not make a mountain out of a mole.”
C. “Walk your talk.”
D. “Do not smile until Christmas.”

52. The developmental task of learning to get along with age mates belong to which developmental
stage, according to Havighurst?

A.Early childhood B. Early adulthood C. Adolescent D. Late childhood

53. “All men are pretty much like. It is only by custom that they are set apart.” said an Oriental
philosopher: Where is this thought most inspiring

A. In multi-cultural group of learners


B. In multi-cultural, heterogeneous, and indigenous people’s groups
C. In a heterogeneous class of learners
D. In a class composed of indigenous peoples

54. Principal A tells his teachers to employ more cooperative learning to help students develop social
virtues like cooperation. Which philosophy governs Principal A’s thinking?

A. Essentialism B. Perennialism C. Existentialism D. Progressivism

55. What is the median of the following score distribution: 96, 97, 98, 97, 94, 90, 89, 97, 81, and 80?

A. 95 B. 96 C. 98 D. 83

56. What an individual has learned in the formative years tends to persist, but they are not
unchangeable according to Hurlock. Change is most likely to occur under the following conditions
EXCEPT when ______.

A. the individual himself/herself is strongly motivated to make the change


B. significant people treat the individual in new and different ways
C. needs to be changed are in the genes
D. the individual receives help and guidance in making the change

57. You have presented a lesson on animal protective coloration. At the end, you ask if there are any
questions. There are none. You can take this to mean that ____________.

A. the students are not interested in the lesson


B. the students did not understand what you were talking about
C. the students understood everything you presented
D. you need to ask specific questions to elicit responses

58. English and Filipino are the official languages of the Philippines according to the Philippine
Constitution. This means that they are the prescribed media of ______________.
I. communication in government
II. instruction in educational institution
III. communication in public fora
IV. lectures in teacher’s seminars

A. I, II B. I, III C. II, III D. I, IV


59. What measure/s of central tendency does the number 16 represent in the following score
distribution? 14, 15, 17, 16, 19, 20, 16, 14, 16?

A. Mode only B. Median only C. Mode & median D. Mean & mode

60. Teacher A is convinced that she should teach her students to appreciate themselves for who they
are and to accept the responsibility for their thoughts, feeling and actions. Which philosophy governs
Teacher A’s thought?

A. Existentialism B. Realism C. Perennialism D. Naturalism

61. Who is NOT covered by the Code of Ethics of Professional Teachers?

A. Teachers of academic, vocational, special, technical, or non-formal institutions


B. Teachers in all educational institutions at the preschool, elementary, and secondary levels
C. Teachers in the tertiary level
D. All full time or part time public and private school teachers and administrators

62. Which group of philosophers has opposite views from the rationalists?

A. Empiricists B. Existentialism C. Naturalists D. Idealists


Rationalists rely on reasoning (logical thinking), Empiricists rely on experiments (senses)

63. What does the principle of individual differences require teachers to do?

A. Give less attention to gifted learners. C. Treat all learners alike while teaching.
B. Provide for a variety of learning activities. D. Prepare modules for slow learners in class

64. Which one does NOT illustrate the principle that rights and duties are correlative?

A. The right of an unmarried pregnant teacher to abort her baby is in relation to her duty to protect
her name.
B. The right to a living wage involves the duty of the employer to give the salary agreed upon and
the duty of the employee to give a fair amount of amount.
C. The right to life on the part of one person corresponds to the obligation on the part of
persons to respect such as a right.
D. The right of the state to compel citizens to military service is reciprocated by the duty of the state
to protect citizens.

65. For maximum interaction, which type of questions must a teacher avoid?

A. Rhetorical B. Informational C. Leading D. Divergent


Rhetorical is a question that does not need an answer. It might be one that has an obvious answer but
you have asked the question to make a point, to persuade or for literary effect.

66. He gives importance on emotional intelligence.

A. Erikson B. Piaget C. Gardner D. Goleman

67. What is/are important to state when explaining percentile-ranked tests to parents?

I. What group took the test


II. That the scores show how students performed in relation to other students
III. That the scores show how students performed in relation to an absolute measure

A. I & II B. II only C. I &III D. III only

68. Which is the true end of a teacher’s authority in the classroom?


A. To sow fear in every child for order’s sake
B. To coerce the child to do what is good
C. To motivate the child to internalize self-discipline
D. To make the child obey orders

69. I started my lesson with a graphic presentation of data then asked my students to analyze and
interpret them and draw implications from them. How did my lesson development proceed?

A. Deductively B. Transductively C. Inductively D. Direct

70. I want to have small group discussions in my class. Which topics will be best for group of
discussion? Those topics ___________.
A. that are formally structured by texts
B. that are factual
C. where a high degree of consensus among students does not yet exists
D. where a high degree of consensus among students already exists
71. Which questioning behavior is appropriate?

A. Repeating student’s responses


B. Allowing choral responses.
C. Cutting a student who gives a long response.
D. Asking the question then calling on a student to answer.

72. Standard deviation is to variability as mode is to ____________;

A. correlation B. level of difficulty C. discrimination D. central tendency

73. If you help your children choose their way of life. To which educational philosophy do you adhere?

A. Reconstructionism B. Progressivism C. Existentialism D. Realism

74. Marking on a normative basis means that _______.

A. the normal curve of distribution should be followed


B. the symbols used in grading indicate how a student achieved relative to other students
C. some get high marks
D. some are expected to fall

75. In Krathwohl’s taxonomy of objectives in the affective domain, which is the highest level of affective
behavior?
A. Responding B. Valuing C. Organization D. Characterization

76. The cultivation and meditative skills in teaching is an influence of ________.

A. Taoism B. Shintoism C. Confucianism D. Zen Buddhism

77. A teacher should take the obligation upon himself the customs and traditions of the community
where she works in order to _________.

A. change the culture of the community


B. has a sympathetic attribute for the people of the community
C. please the people of the community
D. identify the weakness of the culture of the community

78. Which of the following group activities provides an open environment in which group members can
their opinions without being judged as wrong?
A. Buzz session B. Forum C. Philips 66 D. Panel
Forum - A free and open discussion of the issue by the entire group.
Philips 66 - A spontaneous group activity where six people express their opinions for six minutes.

79. To teach the democratic process to the pupils, School A decided to pattern the election of class and
school officers after the local election process. There were qualifications set for candidates, limited
period of campaign and rules for posting campaign materials, etc. Which of the following did the school
employ?

A. Symposium B. Simulation C. Philips 66 D. Role playing

80. If a child is bitten by a large, black dog, the child may fear not only that black dog but also other
large dogs. Which conditioning process is illustrated?

A. Generalization B. Acquisition C. Discrimination D. Extinction

81. “If all the passers of 2008 Licensure Examinations for Teachers will turn out to be the most effective
in the Philippines school system, it can be said that this LET possesses ______ validity

A. construct B. content C. predictive D. concurrent

82. Here is a question on the knowledge level: WHAT IS THE DEFINITION OF CAPITALISM” Which
one is a corresponding question in the application level?

A. In your own words, explain the concept of capitalism


B. What should an economic system be like that combines the main features of capitalism and
socialism?
C. What countries from among those listed do have a capitalist economic system?
D. What factors distinguish capitalism from socialism?

83. Paul, a Grade 1 pupil, is happy when he wins in a game but sulks when he doesn’t. Which does
Paul’s behavior indicate?

A. Egotism B. Egocentrism C. Rigidity of thought D. Autonomy

84. The Second World War has caused too much destruction to life and property and the Allied Forces
consisting of the United States, Great Britain, and France wanted to end it, but Japan adamantly
refused. To force Japan’s surrender, the Allied Forces dropped the first atomic bomb on Hiroshima and
Nagasaki on August 9. 1945. Which basic principle of morality applies to this case?

A. Always do what is right. C. The end does not justify the means.
B. Principle of double effect. D. Between the two evils, do the lesser evil.

85. To arouse in them the spirit of nationalism, Teacher F plays Philippine folk music as pupils enter the
classrooms after flag ceremony. To what theory does Teacher F adhere?

A. Gestalt psychology B. Humanistic psychology C. Behaviorism D. Psycholoanalysis

86. Research found out that children learn visual discrimination tasks more rapidly if they talk to
themselves. This shows that ________________.

A. visual discrimination may be learned without vocalization


B. vocalization does not enhance visual discrimination
C. vocalization assists visual discrimination
D. visual discrimination ca not learned without vocalization

87. For which lesson may you use the indirect instruction method?

A. Using a microscope property C. Solving an equation with two unknowns


B. Distinguishing war from aggression D. Cooking pinakbet

88. The authoritarian setting in the Filipino home is reinforced by a classroom teacher who _____.

A. prescribes what pupils should do C. asks open-ended questions


B. encourages pupils to ask questions D. is open to suggestions

89. Nicolle enjoys games like scrabble, anagrams, and password. Which type of intelligence is strong in
Nicolle?

A. Interpersonal intelligence C. kinesthetic intelligence


B. Linguistic intelligence D. numerical-logical intelligence

90. To test if values have really been imbibed which measurement instruments should a teacher use?

A. Rating scales and conflict stories


B. Projective techniques and moral dilemmas
C. Unobtrusive observation and anecdotal records
D. Likert scales and rating scales

91. The Thematic Appreciation Test is an example of a (an) _______.

A. projective technique B. self-report technique C. sociometric technique D. interest inventory


PROJECTIVE TEST - A personality test designed to let a person respond to ambiguous stimuli,
presumably revealing hidden emotions and internal conflicts projected by the person into the test.

92. Here is a lesson objective in a Language lesson” “From memory, the pupils must be able to recite
the poem”. Applying Robert Mager’s principle which does this objective lack?

A. Location B. Condition C. Criterion measure D. Performance

93. Teacher Ophel subscribes to the mental discipline approach. Which is she convinced of?

A. The more difficult the subject, the more the student exercises his mind, the greater the value of the
subject.
B. The more bodily exercises, the better for the student.
C. The less the student engages himself in mental exercise, the better for the student.
D. The easier the subject, the greater the value of the subject.

94. To evaluate teaching skills, which is the most authentic tool?

A. Observation B. Non-restricted essay test C. Short answer test D. Essay test

95. A class is composed of academically poor students. The distribution would be most likely to be
____.

A. skewed to the right B. leptokurtic C. a bell curve D. skewed to the left

96. A good classroom manager has “eyes on the back of her head.” This means that the effective
teacher _______.

A. has eye contact with his students


B. gives penetrating looks to his students
C. looks at his students from head to toe when he expresses legitimate anger
D. is aware of all actions and activities in his classroom

97. In Krathwohl’s affective domain of objectives, which of the following is the LEAST authentic?

A. Responding B. Receiving C. Valuing D. Organization


98. I want to measure students’ awareness of values. Which tool will I use?

A. Likert scales B. Projective technique C. Moral dilemma D. Observation

99. Which theory backs up the use of computer-assisted instruction?

A. Classical conditioning C. Associative shifting


B. Insight learning D. Operant conditioning

100. Which characteristics of a good test are threatened when a significantly greater number from the
lower group gets a test item correctly?

A. Objectively B. Scorability C. Administrability D. Reliability

101. Cognitive is to knowledge as affective is to _________.

A. rights B. skills C. obligations D. values

102. To develop higher-level thinking skill among students, which type of questions, should be
discouraged?

A. Sequential questions C. Stimulating questions


B. Overload questions D. Clear questions

103. You want to generate as many ideas as you can as your class is about to embark on a class
project for senior citizens. Which of the following will you employ?

A. Brainstorming B. Role playing C. Brainwashing D. Simulation

104. Regular medical checkup required of teachers is done in the interest of ____________.

A. school officials C. the state and every teacher


B. Filipino medical doctors D. parents

105. In which competency did my students find the greatest difficulty? In the item with a difficulty index
of _______.
A. 0.1 B. 1.0 C. 0.9 D. 0.5

106. You made use of an “I message” to communicate your anger to Ruth. Which is a characteristic of
that “I message”.? Focus on ______________.

A. what in Ruth’s behavior made your angry C. why you cannot control Ruth’s misbehavior
B. your feelings about Ruth’s misbehavior D. your thinking about Ruth’s misbehavior

107. What kind of social environment prevails in your class if you, as the teacher, are the primary
provider of information, opinions, and instructions?

A. In between democratic and Laissez faire C. Authoritarian


B. Laissez faire D. Democratic

108. “Knowledge is innate in the soul. Provoke people into thinking for themselves rather than teach
them they did not yet know”, said one Greek philosopher. What is the application of this in the
classroom today? Use of _________.

A. cooperative learning C. questioning method


B. role playing D. concept mapping

109. Because the pupils are hungry, they ignore the instruction to line up for their snacks and are
therefore unruly. On what level(s) are the students acting?

A. Ego and Superego B. Ego C. Id D. Superego


110. By the use of a technique, I learn that my students are quite weak in organizing and integrating
concepts. Which techniques must I have used?

A. Semantic web B. Game C. Simulation D. Brainstorming

111. A student complains to you about his failing grade in the first grading period. You do recomputed
alone and indeed you found out that you committed a significant error in his grade computation. Your
decision is not to accept your erroneous computation before the student and so leave the failing grade
as is for fear that you may lose credibility. Is this morally right?

A. Yes, as a teacher you must maintain your credibility


B. No, the reason for not accepting the error before the student is flimsy.
C. Yes, the end justifies the means.
D. No, the end does not justify the means.

112. Teacher C administered only true-false and multiple choice tests during the midterm. The students
did well on these tests. He decides to make the final exams consist of five essay questions. Which of
the following is the most likely effect of this decision?

A. The students will do better than they had in the previous test.
B. The students will not do as well as in the previous test.
C. There will be no correlation between the final and the midterm tests.
D. The students will do as well as in the previous test.

113. Which is the best thing to do when you have reached the plateau of learning?

A. Rest C. Shift to other tasks


B. Forget about learning D. Reflect

114. Which is an example of a conditional statement in the writing of performance objectives?

A. “…compares the events


B. “From memory…”
C. “…paraphrases the 2 amendments to the Phil. Constitution…”
D. “…70 percent of a given list of problems.”

115. Which is a characteristic of a good closure of a lesson?

A. Giving announcements while you wait for the bell to ring


B. Closing in advance to give time to prepare for the next lesson
C. Calling attention to the end of a lesson
D. Keeping students actively engaged in the lesson

116. On whose psychological theory is computer based self-instruction grounded?

A. Pavlov B. Watson C. B.F. Skinner D. Bandura

117. There are many instances in the classroom that point to cultural alienation. In what way does
cultural alienation fail to contribute to nation-building?

A. The Filipino operates on Filipino model of development.


B. The Filipino has no sense of national pride.
C. The Filipino will look at his culture as something superior to others.
D. The Filipino closes himself to foreign influence.

118. For which is the fishbone diagram most appropriate?

A. In showing cause-and-effect relationships C. In comparing


B. In clustering ideas D. In presenting sequence of events
119. Teacher X wants to develop constructivist thinking. Which one will he do less?

A. Telling B. Asking open questions C. Probing D. Asking process questions

120. Under what value measurement instrument does sentence/story completion fall?

A. Moral dilemma B. Opinionaire C. Observation guide D. Projective technique

121. Beth is one-half standard deviation above the mean of her group in arithmetic and one standard
deviation above the mean in spelling. What does this imply?

A. She is better in arithmetic than in spelling when compared to the group.


B. She excels both in spelling and in arithmetic.
C. In comparison to the group, she is better in spelling than in arithmetic.
D. She does not excel in spelling nor in arithmetic.

122. Trader C does not personally agree with one school policy. What is the professional thing for him
to do?

A. Defy the policy because in conscience he cannot agree.


B. Lead a campaign for the abolition of the policy.
C. Make an honest effort to understand, support and carry out the school policy even if he does not
personally agree.
D. Be indifferent about it as he exerts effort to understand it.

123. Which one is an examination of a group’s work by another group where the latter offers
suggestions on how to improve the work?

A. Critiquing session B. Round table discussion C. Symposium D. Forum


CRITIQUING is an approach that encourages students to consider their own work by drawing
comparisons with the work of their peers.
ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION - Participants agree on a specific topic to discuss and debate. Each
person is given equal right to participate.

124. “My right ends where the right of the others begins.” This implies that ____________.

A. rights are inviolable C. the exercise of human rights is limitless


B. rights are not absolute D. rights are alienable

125. Which must a teacher primarily consider in the choice of an instructional aid? It must _______.

A. be updated and relevant to Filipino setting C. be new and skillfully made


B. be suited to the lesson objective D. stimulates and maintains student interest

126. “State a set of principles that can explain to following events “is a test item on __________.

A. summarizing B. generalizing C. predicting D. relating cause and effect

127. The following are other names of lesson objectives EXCEPT __________.

A. teacher objectives C. behavioral objectives


B. learner objectives D. specific objectives

128. Erikson claims that the general attitudes an individual learns during babyhood persist throughout
life and color his perceptions of people and situation. Which fact about human development does this
point to?

A. Early foundations are critical.


B. Development is affected by culture.
C. All individuals are different.
D. Development follows a definite predictable pattern.

129. In taking the test not one examinee approached the proctor for clarification on what to do. This
implies which characteristic of a good test?

A. Scorability B. Administrability C. Objectively D. Reliability

130. Teacher C observes cleanliness and order in her classroom to create a conducive atmosphere for
learning. On which theory is her practice based?

A. Psychoanalysis C. Humanistic psychology


B. Gestalt psychology D. Behaviorism

131. To make up for the poor quality of the content of his research report, Kendric passes a report that
is ornately presented in an expensive folder. Which Filipino trait is illustrated?

A. Porma over substance C. Sense of hiya


B. Ningas cogon D. Substance over porma

132. Ruben scored 60 on a percentile-ranked test. This means that _______.

A. Ruben got 60% of the questions wrong.


B. 60% of the students who took the test scored higher than Ruben.
C. 60% of the students who took the test scored lower than Ruben.
D. Ruben got 60% of the questions right.

133. Which statement holds true to Oedipal stage?


I. The child gets emotionally attached to the parent of the opposite sex.
II. It comes from 4 to 6years of age.
III. The child simultaneously reaches as a rival to the parent of the same sex.

A. I, II and III B.II only C. I and II D. I and III

134. The emphasis on the scientific method is backed up by which philosophy?

A. Idealism B. Utilitarianism C. Empiricism D. Perennialism

135. Read this test item then answer question: PHYSICIAN IS TO HUMAN BEINGS AS
VETERINARIAN IS TO _____

A. FRUITS B. ANIMALS C. MINERALS D D. VEGETABLES

QUESTION: The above test item is an example of a/an_______.

A. stimulus B. analogy C. puzzle D. exercise

136. Which activity is meant for kinesthetically intelligent pupils?

A. Cooperative learning C. Pantomime


B. Individualized instruction D. Independent study

137. For effective class management, which of the following non-verbal praises does NOT accentuate
the positive in class?
A. Knitting of eyebrows C. Winking
B. Thumbs up signal D. Raising of eyebrows
138. Which of the following is NOT a factor in errors in measurements?

A. The practice effect may increase a student’s score.


B. The test questions may get outdated.
C. The student may take the test for granted.
D. Administering the test twice may measure different attributes.
139. On which theory is the logical sequencing of curriculum based?

A. Perennialism B. Recontructionism C. Progressivism D. Essentialism

140. With SMART lesson objectives in the synthesis level in mind, which one does NOT belong to the
group?

A. Formulate B. Judge C. Organize D. Build

141. For which reason does a teacher do daily review of past lessons?

A. To determinate who among his pupils are studying


B. To reflect on how he presented the previous lesson
C. To introduce a new lesson
D. To give his lessons a sense of wholeness and continuity

142. As a teacher, you must help children confront their freedom. You assist them in their personal life
journey. From whom does this advice come?

A. Reconstructionist B. Progressivist C. Existentialist D. Idealist

143. Who asserted that children must be given the opportunity to explore and work on different
materials so that they will develop the sense initiative instead of guilt?

A. Kohiberg B. Gardner C. Maslow D. Erikson

144. Which is an important fact for a teacher to know about learning method? That _____.

A. any method is best method.


B. there is no single best method.
C. there is one single best method for growing children.
D. the use of variety of teaching methods is counterproductive.

145. On which philosophy is the practice of engaging students in the process of introspection
anchored?

A. Idealism B. Empiricism C. Reconstructionism D. Pragmatism

146. The following are characteristics of interdisciplinary teaching EXCEPT_________

A. discussion from a single perspective


B. eliminates boundaries between content areas
C. provides learning opportunities in a real would context
D. allows learners to see connectedness between things

147. In which of the following is intergrated teaching done?

A. The P.E and Health teacher and the Music teacher prepare separate course syllabi but agree what
each one should teach.
B. The P.E. and Health teacher and the Music teacher work on an integrated course syllabus and take
turn when they teach.

C. The P.E. and Health teacher and the Music teacher are both in the classroom when they PHEM and
follow an integrated syllabus.
D. The P.E. and Health teacher and the Music teacher divide the school calendar into two and teach
their subject separately.

148. John Dewey has been associated with all the following philosophies/theories EXCEPT _____.

A. pragmatism B. social reconstructionism C. Idealism D. progressivism


149. Teacher M convinces her students not to study only for grades but for self-actualization, which is
the fulfillment of one’s potential. On whose theory is this founded?

A. A. Maslow B. S. Freud C. E. Thorndike D. B.F. Skinner

150. Tyler developed the ideal behavioral objectives to help teachers shift from concerns of ____ to
concerns for _________.

A. teaching task ______ impact on students C. teaching task ___ self


B. self ______ teaching task D. impact on students’ ______ teaching tasks

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