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REPORTER: ROEL C. MATUBANG JR.

TOPIC: THE STRUCTURE OF SUBJECT MATTER CONTENT


1. In cognitive learning, what is the firmly established and thoroughly tested
principles or theory?
a) Laws
b) Facts
c) Concept
d) Hypotheses

2. Mr. Jonel teaches his students about the different position in swimming. Mr.
Jonel’s teaching is fall on what cognitive learning?
a) Facts
b) Concepts
c) Hypotheses
d) Theories

3. Facts is for an idea or action that can be verified, and theories as set of
________, ________, and ________ that describe possible underlying
unobservable mechanisms.
a) Facts, Data, and Hypotheses,
b) Facts, Concept, and Laws
c) Concepts, Processes, and Principles
d) Facts, Concepts, and Principles

4. “It’s bright outside because the sun is probably out.’’ This statement falls on what
cognitive learning?
a) Facts
b) Laws
c) Hypotheses
d) Theory

5. Students are most likely to be intrinsically motivated to learn and master subject
matter when they:
a) Know that they will be tested on their understanding of the content
in the near future.
b) Believe that the work they are doing is interesting and relates to
their own lives.
c) Perceive that their performance compares favorably with the peers
engaged in the same tasks.
d) Anticipate that they will receive positive reinforcement for achieving
instructional objectives.
6. The following are example of Thorndike’s Law of effect. EXCEPT:

a) If you study and then get a good grade on a test, you will be more
likely to study for the next exam.
b) If you work hard and then receive a promotion, you will be more likely
to continue to put in more effort to work.
c) If you cross the pedestrian lane while red light is on then get a traffic
ticket, you will likely to disobey traffic lights in the future.
d) If you clean your house and then receive a reward, you will motivate to
clean in the next day.

7. Based on the survey of National Statistics Authority, Philippines ranked as _____


most populated country in the world.

a) 12th
b) 13th
c) 14th
d) 15th

8. It is a set of assumptions, proposition, or accepted facts that attempts to provide


a plausible or rational explanation.

a) Hypotheses
b) Laws
c) Facts
d) Theory

9. In arts, it refers to the actual object that is distinguished from its form or style.

a) Content
b) Subject
c) Subject Matter
d) Subject Matter Content

10. What is the title of our lesson for today?

a) The Structures of Subject Matter Content


b) The Structure in Subject Matter Content
c) The Structure of Subject Matter Content
d) The Structures in Subject Matter Content
SUMMARY OF SCORE

NAME SCORE
ADAYA, JAYSON 5
BALA, ARLENE 8
BOLO, NEIL JOHN 6
BULE, HEACHELLE REPORTER
CABALONGA, JUVENYL 8
CAVAN, CHARLES IAN 4
DELA CERNA, KIESHANE MARIE 8
FERNANDEZ, HAZEL LOU 5
GRENIEN, MICHELLE 5
LAURENTE, JAMES 6
LORESTO, BLESSEDEE 6
MATUBANG, ROEL JR. REPORTER
MOÑASQUE, LISLIE MAE 7
ORMO, SHENNY ANNETH 6
POLBO, ARVIN JAY 5
TOROCTOCON, HONEY BEBS 6
VELORIA, JOHNREY 7