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PRE-BOARD EXAMINATION IN THE PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION Name : _______________________________ Degree : _______________________________ INSTRUCTIONS: Read the following statements or questions

carefully. Choose the correct letter and shade the bullet of your answer from the given answer sheet. 1. Which statement on classroom climate is not TRUE? A. Classroom climate is affected by the type of leadership exhibited by a teacher. B. Classroom climate is not affected by the type of leadership exhibited by a teacher. C. Democratic leadership produces more task orientation and more socially acceptable behavior than does autocratic leadership. D. When environmental conditions are appropriate for learning, the likelihood of disruptive behavior is minimized. 2. Which is TRUE of a democratic classroom? A. Policies are a matter of group discussion and decision B. Decision is a monopoly of the teacher C. Decision is left entirely to students. D. Suggestions are frowned upon. 3. Borich identified three types of classroom climate that the teacher can use in different situations- competitive, cooperative and individualistic. Which classroom climate is/are LEAST threatening? I. Competitive II. Cooperative III. Individualistic A.I B. II C. I and III D. III 4. In which type of classroom climate can students participate in the kind of learning to live together? A. In competitive classrooms C. In individualistic classrooms B. In democratic classrooms D. In autocratic classrooms 5. Which is/are evidence of a conducive learning environment? I. Students make mistakes and ask for assistance II. Students participate fully in the learning process III. Students are encouraged to ask and answer questions IV. Students attempt new approaches A. II and III C. II and IV B. I,II,III and IV D. III and IV 6. In a review of studies on the impact of support in school, a research institute found out that a caring school climate is associated with: (a) higher grades, engagement, attendance, expectations and aspirations, a sense of scholastic competence; (b) fewer school suspensions, and on-time progression through grades; (c) higher self-esteem and self-concept; (d) less anxiety, depression and loneliness; and (e) less substance abuse. Which is an implication of this research finding? For improved learning, a school should _____. A. focus on grades C. integrate substance abuse in its curriculum B. create a caring school climate D. track class attendance 7. Key factors in developing effective learning environments are classroom disciplinary climate and teachers self-efficacy. Which conclusion can be derived from this statement? A. The teacher is the key to an effective learning environment. B. Students who are subjected to disciplinary measures contribute to an effective learning environment. C. A disciplinarian teacher creates a favorable learning environment. D. The discipline from an authoritarian teacher yields a conducive learning atmosphere 8.To enable all students to succeed, two simple approaches you should use are variety and choice. What does this mean? I. Make use of a variety of teaching methodologies. II. Consider learning styles and so allow students some options on how to go about assignments. III. Allow for more flexibility in activities. IV. Do away with routines, rules and procedures. A. I and II C. II and III B. I, II and III D. I, II,III and IV 9. I teach in a traditional school that subscribes to a perennialist and an essentialist philosophy of education. Which is most likely the curricular approach implemented? A. Subject-centered C. Student-centered B. Activity-centered D. Hidden 10. My class is not a very good one and is hard up at drawing generalizations. Which approach to lesson planning may be most efficient and effective? A. Deductive C. Inductive B. Intuitive D. Reflective 11. Teacher Nenes lesson plan is dominated by highy-instructive lessons consisting of pupils watching demonstration , taking down notes, and rote learning. Which approach to lesson planning does Teacher Nene use? A. Behaviorist C. Cognitive B. Intuitive D. Inductive

12. How will I develop my lesson plan if I want to develop my students skill to draw generalizations? A. Inductively C. Deductively B. Reflectively D. Intuitively 13. I want my pupils to find the rule on adding similar fractions after I have given them sufficient examples of similar fractions with their sums. Which method should I use in my lesson plan? A. Inductive method C. Reflective method B. Deductive method D. Discovery method 14. If I want to teach my students how to play chess, which method of lesson development is most appropriate? A. Direct method C. Discovery method B. Inquiry method D. Inductive method 15. Education Supervisor from the Department of Education explains to student teachers that the content in Science must be used in the teaching of language skills in English in Grade I. Which approach is the Education Supervisor promoting? A. Inquiry method C. Integrative B. Deductive D. Experiential 16. Which is expected if a teacher develops her lesson in an experiential manner? A. She begins her lesson with pupils experiences and ends by connecting subject matter to their life experiences. B. Teacher narrates her experiences in class. C. Students are made to learn from vicarious experience. D. Students are taught that experience is the best teacher. 17. Every time I plan the lesson on the human digestive system in Biology I relate it to the diseases associated with the human digestive system which are discussed in a later chapter of the course syllabus in Biology. Which approach do I use? A. Interactive C. Multidisciplinary B. Interdisciplinary D. Collaborative 18. With collaborative effort as point of reference in lesson planning, which one does NOT belong to the group? A. Project method C. Team teaching B. Peer tutoring D. Computer-assisted instruction 19. I used the essay The Will of a River in my Value Education class to inculcate the virtue of perseverance. Which approach did I use in my lesson planning? A. Mutidisciplinary C. Interdisciplinary B. Intuitive D. Reflective 20. Which one should I do if I want to apply the integrative approach in my lesson development? I. Design activities that cater to multiple intelligences II. Relate lesson to other lessons in other subjects III. Teach lesson in the cognitive, psychomotor and affective domains A.I, II and III C. I and III B.I and II D. II and III 21. The topic is environmental degradation. Teacher tackles it from the perspective of an ecologist, economist, medical doctor, educator and sociologist . For his lesson plan , which method will be most appropriate? A. Debate B. Panel discussion C. Focus group discussion D. Brainstorming 22. In a lesson which intends to generate as many ideas as there are, which technique ought to be used? A Brainstorming C. Brainwashing B. Values clarification D. Inquiry 23. Teacher Jing wants to develop team work, group and individual accountability for learning among her students. Which teaching technique is a major part of her lesson plan? A. Small group discussion C. Team building B. Cooperative learning D. Group dynamics 24. If you abide by Bruners three-tiered model learning, with which will you begin a lesson on the definition of fraction? A. Ask your students to give examples of fraction. B. Write a fraction, e.g. ,on the board. C. Project the definition of fraction on the screen. D. Show a piece of cake divided into two. 25. If you apply Bruners three-tiered model of learning in teaching the meaning ecological succession, with which will you begin? A. A lecturette on ecological succession B. A video presentation on the development of a biotic community C. Focus group discussion on issues regarding ecological succession D. Sharing of research notes on ecological succession 26. How can you counteract the adverse effect of large group instruction on interactive teaching-learning? A Direct students to write what they learned in their Journal . B. Require students to submit a synopsis of the lecture presentation. C. Test your students understanding of the lecture. D. Follow it up with small group discussion.

27. In a lesson on measures of central tendency , which is an application of the behaviorist principle stated as there is nothing in the mind which was not first in some way in the senses? A. Define the mean, median and mode before the lesson ends. B. Start your lesson with an enumeration of the measures of central tendency. C. Use a caselette which involves computation and interpretation of mean and median. D. Make students compute the mean after you have given them the formula for mean and score distribution 28. Applying the principle, the more senses that are involved, the more effective the learning becomes which instructional technology should be utilized? A. Field trips C. Video presentation B.. Workbooks D. Dramatization 29. Which principle in the use of non-conventional technology do I fail to observe violate if I choose computer-assisted instruction as a teaching strategy? A. Frequent feedback C. Frequent human interaction B. Active engagement D. Connection to real-world experts 30. I want to encourage contacts between students and teachers in a more intimate, protected , and convenient way for learning. Which will be most appropriate and least expensive? A. World -Wide Web C. Tele-conferencing B. Email D. Powerpoint presentation 31. I want to help Chemistry students develop and practice research skills by using a laboratory similar to that of a real laboratory before the students use the riskier, more expensive real equipment. What traditional technology shall I use? A. Simulation C. Laboratory B. Apprentice-like activity D. Process approach 32. Feedback is necessary for effective teaching. Which educational technology supports person to-person feedback? A. Computer-assisted instruction C. World -Wide web B. Lecturette D. Electronic mail 33. Which is an application of Edgar Dales Cone of Experience in teaching? A. Teach by dwelling only on the concrete. B. Begin your lesson with the abstract. C. One audio-visual aid should be used with other audio-visual materials D. Use one audio-visual aid at a time. 34. If you apply Edgar Dales Cone of Experience in teaching, which would you do? A. Use one audio-visual aid at a time. B. Connect the concrete and the abstract. C. Do away with interactive teaching. D. Avoid the use of the chalkboard since it has been overused. 35. Which should Teacher Mila do , if she abides by the principle of teaching from the concrete to the abstract? A. She makes her class imagine the animals they have seen . B. She brings her class to the zoo for a field trip C. She directs her pupils to draw at least one animal . D. She divides her class into two and asks each group compose at least two riddles on animals. 36. If you apply the principle less is more in the use of the chalkboard for teaching-learning, which should you do? A. Write every word on the chalkboard to ensure clarity and completeness of ideas. B. Use the board only for diagrams. C. Avoid using the chalkboard all the time even when there is no other material available. D. Limit your writings/diagrams on the chalkboard to the most important details. 37. When does a teacher employ interactive viewing? When a teacher _________. I. pauses to check for comprehension II. lets students know why they are watching, what to look for III. chooses follow up activities to connect the viewing experience to real life IV. minimizes her interactive presence with the class A. I, II and III C. II,III and IV B. I, III and IV D. I, II and IV 38. Which should NOT be done in the use of tv in the classroom? A. Turn off the lights. B. Consider a second viewing . C. Write questions relating to the video D. All of these 39. Which instructional method is aligned to this lesson objective: Given tabular data on weights and heights of the school athletes , the student must be able to draw conclusions regarding correlation of weights and heights of athletes.. A. Deductive method C. Inductive method B. Intuitive method D. Meta-cognitive method 40. If I want students to connect educational connect theory and practice, which learning experiences will be most appropriate? A. Role playing C. Simulation B. School immersion D. Microteaching

41. Which instructional process will be most appropriate, if Teacher Ruth wants maximum student interaction in her class of fifty (50) students . A. After her lecture, she conducts an open forum. B. After her lecture, she divides the class into small groups to share their reaction to identified issues. C. She identifies students to do class presentation and interrogates the presenters after as class listens. D. She makes them research on an assigned topic then requires them to share their findings in class. 42. Which activity is most fit if Teacher Flor wants to develop in her students understanding and compassion for the aged and children with special needs? A. Watching a movie on the aged and children with special needs B. Conducting research on the aged and children with special needs C. Composing poems about the aged and children with special needs D. Immersion in communities of the aged and children with special needs 43. In an age of values confusion and in a society with pluralistic values, which learning activity is most relevant in schools? A. Value judgments C.Value clarification B. Value inculcation D. Value evaluation 44. I want my students to take a personal stand on the Reproductive Bill and defend the same. Which assessment item/activity matches my objective? A. Research on reasons given by those who are pro reproductive Bill and by those who are anti. B. Why are a number of leaders in favor of the Reproductive Bill? C. Are you for or against the Reproductive Bill? Why or why not? D. Why is the Catholic Church against the Reproductive Bill? 45. Give a summary of the chapter by means of a graphic organizer, jingle, dance, song, or poem or in any manner of your choice. Which objective is this assessment activity meant to measure? A. The students must be able to give a Chapter summary by considering multiple intelligences of the students. B. The students must be able to display their talents as they give a Chapter summary . C. The students show their multiple intelligences by giving a Chapter summary. D. The students must develop their multiple intelligences by giving a Chapter summary. 46. Here is a Unit objective: To develop appreciation for all the sacrifices that our heroes made for our freedom as a nation. What activities will be most appropriate? I. Dramatization of selected nationalistic episodes from the life of our Filipino heroes II. Debate on who should have been declared as national hero- Rizal or Bonifacio III. Writing a thank you letter to at least two Filipino heroes in appreciation of the sacrifice they have made A. I only C. I and III B. III only D. II only 47. If curriculum must be used as a vehicle for value education, which take/s place in schools? I. Integration of values in all subjects II. Offering of Values Education as a separate subject III. Special attention given to the hidden curriculum to ensure consistency of values taught and values practiced A. I,II and III C. II only B. I only D. III only 48. A school wants to develop the learners metacognitive skills. Which practice is inconsistent with the schools goal? A. Constructivist instruction B. Emphasis on HOTS C. Rote teaching and learning D. Authentic assessment 49. Schools want to develop students to become lifelong learners. Which is LEAST helpful in the attainment of this goal? A. Stress on factual learning C. Use of authentic assessment B. Mastery of the 4 rs D. Teaching learners the skills to learn 50. Schools want to develop children to become critical thinkers. Which one can be of help? A. Application of Paolo Freires banking system of education B. Emphasis on HOTS C. Use of convergent questions D. Authoritarian classroom setting 51. If schools want to equip children with the basic skills, what should teachers do? A. Make pupils master reading, writing and arithmetic B. Develop pupils multiple intelligences. C. Teach them to ask the right questions . D.Teach them livelihood skills . 52. Is the learner a resource in the classroom? A. No, he is still very inexperienced. B. No, only he teacher who is trained to teach can serve as resource . C. Yes, provided she/ he is a high performing pupil. D. Yes, she./he is a very important resource. 53.Who make/s decisions as to which teaching technique should be used for a lesson? A. Teacher and school head C. Teacher B. School head D. All teachers teaching the subject

54. Which is the primary role of the school head? A. To decide on who among the students should pass B. To confer with parents regarding performance of their children C. To help the teachers so they can teach to the best of their ability D. To teach subject/s that no teacher can teach 55. Do parents play a role in the delivery of the curriculum? A. No, they are not trained for such . B. Yes, they may be invited as resource persons. C. Yes, but only in supervising their children while they do their homework . D. It depends on whether the school is a private or a public school. 56. To enhance metacognitive reading skills, what should I make my students do? I. Reflect on what they have read II. Write their reflections III.Make them answer comprehension questions on what was read A. I and II C.I,II and III B. III only D. II only 57. Which question can help develop students creative thinking skills after reading the story of The Monkey and the Turtle? A Why did the Turtle treat the Monkey that way? B. Who is wiser the Monkey or the Turtle? Why ? C. If you were to re-write the story , how would you end it? D. Did you find the story interesting? Explain your answer. 58. Is outlining an essay read in the level of creative and metacognitive reading? Why? A. No. C. Yes, if a student is asked to go beyond a skeletal outline . B.Yes. D. No, if a student is asked just an ordinary outline. 59. Which question illustrates metacognitive process in reading? A. Am I correct when I think that the story is meant for children and adults as well? B. If you were to write the end of the story what would it be ? C. With whom in the story do you identify yourself? D. Knowing the background of the author, does the story reflect the authors life? 60. Which word is contrary to a creative classroom atmosphere? A. Non-judgmental C. Prescriptive B. Open D. Liberal 61. Have factual skills something to do with metacognitive skills? A. No. The prerequisite knowledge is disconnected to metacognitive processes. B. Yes, if the subject matter is extremely difficult. C. No, if the subject matter is quite easy. D. Yes. The prerequisite knowledge must have been mastered so a student can engage in higher metacognitive processes. 62. Which behavior proves that metacognition is at work? A. A learner is occupied memorizing a line of a poem. B. A learner is mastering WORD processing. C. A learner talks to himself about what he is doing. D. Teacher asks a learner to master the table of multiplication 63. While listening to a lecture, a Social Studies student might restate information to herself regarding the meaning of the constitution and how it applies to her own life. While doing this , which thinking skills would she be probably employing? I. Memorizing II. Goal setting III. Evaluating self A.II and III C.I, II and III B. II only D. III only 64. Margie has been working on a science project. She noticed that when she accidentally put hot water into the ice tray in the refrigerator, it seemed to freeze more quickly than cold water. She has developed a hypothesis related to this observation, tested the hypothesis, and has developed a display showing results. Which statement is TRUE of Margie? I. She probably used self-evaluation skills to monitor her progress toward her goals - by carrying the extent to which she was carrying out her experiment in such a way to satisfy her curiosity II. She used declarative knowledge when she recalled and used information about atoms, molecules, and temperature and about the way these concepts and others interact . III.She used procedural knowledge when she demonstrated that she knew both the general process of how to conduct of how to conduct an experiment and the more specific processes of how to collect data. A. III only C.I and II B. II and III D. I,II and III 65. Did Margie use executive procedures? I.. Yes , when she used her composing skills to develop the report and display. II. Yes , she used problem solving skills during the whole process of stating and testing her hypothesis. III. No, she ended up only with applying the scientific method. A. I C. III B. I and II D. II

66. From the point of view of Bandura;s social learning theory , what is an effective way of inculcating love for learning among children? A. Integrate values in the curriculum . B. Offer Values Education as a separate subject in the curriculum. C. Reward children who perform well in school. D. Teacher must serve as a model for the love of learning . 67. How will you make a child memorize the table of multiplications from the point of view of Pavlov? A. Model the recitation of the table of multiplication. B. Reward the child for a piece of candy for every table of multiplication recited correctly. C. Call the childs attention every time you recite the table of multiplication for them. D. Make them understand the meaning of multiplication. 68. If you apply the cognitive theories of learning with which do you agree? A. Learning is strengthening the connection between stimulus and response. B. Learning involves a mind that is totally blank. C. Learning is an active process of organizing and integrating information. D. Learning is automatically responding to a stimulus. 69. How would you make your students look forward to coming to school everyday from the point of view of B.F.Skinners reinforcement theory? A. Make use of mental drills in the classroom. B. Convince them of the importance of education. C. Always end your lessons with a clear summary. D. Make them enjoy learning activities. 70. How would you make the teaching -learning process effective from the point of view of Gestalt theories? A. Ask your students to draw their insights from the lesson. B. Reward every performing child. C. Dwell on the development of critical thinking. D. Punish a child who does not do his/ her assignment 71. Which is an application of Vygotskys zone of proximal development? A. Guide the child for learning until she/he can be on his/her own B. Transmit information to students C. Reward every child for every good work D. Create a stimulating learning environment 72. If I apply Vygotskys theory of learning, which will I do? A.Allow the child to choose his learning activity. B.Establish classroom discipline from the very start. C.Follow a logical arrangement of topics . D.Assist the child where he needs assistance until he can be on his own. 73. Which practice is aligned to Maslows hierarchy of needs? A. Telling a sick child that sickness is only in the mind. B. Allowing children to do their personal necessities when needed. C. Making children compete against one another to draw the best from each child. D. Leaving the child to freely choose his learning activity to put him at ease 74. How does a behaviorist explain the observation of a child enjoying school? A. He feels he belongs . B. He is taught life skills . C. He is rewarded for his good performance. D.Learning is highly personalized. 75. If a teacher has humanistic orientation, on which learning goal is he focused? Facilitating the development of _____. A. self- actualized individuals B. learners who can process information C. independent learners D. highly skilled technical individuals 76. Which is an application of Gardners MI theory? A.Stick to one proven effective teaching strategy for learners with multi-intelligences . B.Present one model of a project for the class to imitate. C.Make use of a variety of teaching strategies. D.Demonstrate the steps in doing an experiment completely. 77. Which would be Piagets advice to teachers? A. Challenge the learners abilities but do not present information far beyond their level. B. There is no such thing as information beyond the level of learners provided it is presented clearly. C. Use varied teaching strategies to cater to learners in varied developmental stages. D. Arrange subject matter in a hierarchical manner.

78. In the context of Piagets cognitive theory , how will a teacher explain a pre-school childs behavior who says gaya kahapon ( like that of yesterday ) when in a restaurant the waiter asks him what he wants to order? A. Intelligence is demonstrated through the use of symbols in the pre-operational stage. B. Egocentric thinking predominates in pre-operational stage . C. The child is in the operational stage. D. The child is incapable of seriation at his stage. 79. Which activity/ties should be used for students in the formal operation stage of Piaget? I. Make them come up with hypothetical questions to explore. II. Teach facts and make them connect the facts . III.Make the students pay attention to the BIG ideas. A.I,II and III C. I and III B.I and II D. II and III 80. Which flows from Kohlbergs theory of moral development? A. Teacher as model of values B. Using the inculcation method of values education C. Use of moral dilemmas D. Teaching the unchanging values 81. For discipline, how should you approach a students misbehavior from the point of view of Skinners extinction or non-reinforcement theory? A. Ignore the misbehavior. B. Punish the misbehaving student as inconspicuously as possible. C. Withdraw a privilege which the student used to enjoy. D. Isolate the student to prevent disruption of class activities. 82. How should one teach effectively according to Tolmans theory of sign learning? A. By strengthening the stimulus-response bond of the behaviorists B. By creating a favorable environment where learners feel a sense of belonging C. By coming up with a model presentation for learners D. By helping the learner come up with a cognitive map of stimuli that leads to learning 83. According to Banduras social learning theory, what should a teacher do to effect learning? By making students A. observe and model the behavior, attitude and emotional reaction of others B. learn solely from the effects of their own experiences C. form a cognitive map of different stimuli that lead to the lesson objective D. strengthening the connection between stimuli and responses 84. A Physics teacher gave the small groups of students a pail of water and a dipper, a three-meter stick, a hammer , a roll of masking tape and a net. She directed them to get the plastic ball found at the bottom of a two-meter tube by using any of the materials . From the point of view of Gestalt theory , which type of learning is expected of the students for them to be able to solve the problem? A. S-R learning C. Insight learning B. Sign learning D. Information processing 85. Applying information processing theory, how can you help learners increase retrieval of information? I.Not giving attention to the information. II.Rehearsing the information . III.Organizing information A. II and III C. I only B. II only D. III only 86. Applying information processing theory, how can you help learners increase retrieval of information by context? A. Recite the information, not just hear. B. Connect the information to a situation . C. Personalize the information . D. Connecting pieces of information 87. Which is an application of of Bruner;s knowledge representation in teaching? When teacher teaches _____. A. beginning with the concrete, then uses pictures and finally symbols B. using the deductive method C. beginning with symbols then ends up relating lesson to daily life D. summarizes information at the end 88. If you apply Bruners concept of knowledge representation in teaching Math, in which order will you use these materials? I. Symbols II.Blocks III. Pictorials A. II-III-I C. I-II-III B. I-III-II D. II-I-III 89. What is an application of Ausubels subsumption theory to instruction? Teachers should ______. A. make use of advance organizers B. teach from the concrete to the abstract. C. arrange curriculum hierarchically D. connect one information to another

90. If a teacher is guided by Gestalts Law of Figure/Ground when he/she teaches, what does she/he do? A. Relates the topic to something the student already knows. B. Arranges topics logically. C. Highlights the words I want to give attention to D. Teaches topics that are similar close to one another 91. If you want to apply Skinners operant conditioning theory in reinforcing a learners good behavior, what should you do? I. Reward the learner for good behavior II.Punish the wrong behavior III.Ignore wrong behavior A. I and III C. I only B. III only D. II only 92. In the context of Bruners theory of learning, if a teacher teaches in the iconic level , what do I use? A. Realias C.Models B. Symbols D. Words 93. Which order of steps should I follow if I abide by Kolbs experiential learning theory? Do ( concrete experience) Plan (testing in new situations) Observe ( observation and reflection) Think (Form abstract concepts ) A. I-III- IV-II C.I-II-III-IV B. I-III-II-IV D. I-II-IV-III 94. If a teacher applies Kolbs experiential learning theory in his teaching, with which will he begin his lesson? A. Testing in new situations B. Concrete experience C. Observation and reflection D. Abstract concepts 95. If a teacher applies Kolbs experiential learning theory in his teaching, with which will he end his lesson? A. Abstract concepts B. Observation and reflection C. Concrete experience D.Testing concepts/new situations 96.Which is a pedagogical consequence of John Lockes tabula rasa? A. Teacher does not expect students to have built-in mental content B. Teacher withdraws ideas from students minds C. Teacher expects knowledge contributions from students D. Teacher draws insights from learners. 97. In the context of Piagets cognitive theory , to which do you attribute a explain a kinder-garters inability to see reality from otherspoint of view? A. Accommodation C. Decentration B. Assimilation D. Egocentrism 98. If your approach to teaching is constructivist, which class behavior is observable? A.Teacher introduces and develops the lesson without interruption. B.Students dont ask questions as these are signs of inattention. C.Students drill on subject-verb agreement. D.Students understand compound words by creating their own compound words using comic strip. 99. Which assumption about learning underlies the cognitivist model of learning? A. One cannot force someone to learn. B. The process of learning excludes sensory input. C. Meaningful learning can be imposed on learners. D. Mistakes committed in the process of learning are unacceptable. 100. Research says that autocratic parents, who control the adolescents behavior without giving the adolescent an opportunity to express opinions, encourage identity foreclosure. Which advice should you give to parents during Homeroom meetings? A. Allowing children to participate in family decision-making is favorable to the growth and development children. B. It is good for parents to be autocratic. C. With the kind of children society has today, it is best for parents to be autocratic. D. Allowing children to participate in family decision-making 101. Teacher Mila believes that effective assessment is multidimensional. Which will she do most likely? A. Sets learning targets at the beginning of the period then tests learning before the class period ends. B. She makes assessment a natural part of her classroom activities. C. She makes her students do isolated skill assessment practices such as marking, circling and underlining. D.Uses a students samples of writing, retellings, self-evaluations , records of independent reading to measure a student literacy

102. If assessment is a collaborative and reflective process, which practice is in order? A. Students are made to do self-evaluation after teacher has set lesson objectives. B. The teacher evaluates learning by herself since she formulated the lesson objective . C. The teacher does not mind assessing after she has led her students to reflect on their learning. D. Students are free to select what they want evaluated. 103. Assessment must be authentic. If you want to know how well children read and write , which should you do? A. Have them mark, circle and underline words after you have read them. B.Have them read and write. C. Allow children to select how they will be evaluated. D. Have them list the stories they read for the month. 104. Which practice goes with authentic assessment? A. Make students recite the multiplication table to check for mastery. B. Make students check their own answers after a quiz. C. Make students dance tango to determine if they learned how to dance tango. D. Make students come up with a flow chart to demonstrate a process. 105.Study the facility index of the following test items. Item 1 4 10 11 Facility Index .10 .80 .50 .35 Which is the least learned item? A. Item 1 C. Item 4 B. Item 10 D. tem 11 106. For re-teaching , which item should be given most attention? A. Item 1 C. Item 4 B, Item 10 D. Item 11 107. Which should a teacher do with the item with the lowest facility index? I. Analyze and improve on the test item . II. Probe into why it has the lowest facility index . III. Do re-teaching. IV.Discard the topic in your course syllabus. A. II and I C.I and III B.II and III D. I, II and III 108. What next steps should schools do with the list of least-learned skills in the NAT sent to them by the Department of Education? I. Make them the focus of instruction . II. Report them to parents . III. Identify the pupils with the lowest NAT scores and put them in one section . IV.Use them as basis in the planning of in-service training for teachers . A. I,II,III and IV C. I, II, III B. I and II D. I and IV 109. What should a teacher do with a test item which has a difficulty index of .15 and an index of discrimination of -.20. ? A. Discard the test item B. Make the test item more difficult. C. Make the test item easier. D. Revise the test item for clarity. 110. In what way are the results of a formative assessment utilized? A. To assign a grade B. To diagnose student learning C. To measure the learning outcome of three-month teaching D. To evaluate the effectiveness of an innovative teaching method 111. In what way are the results of a formative assessment utilized? A. To assign a grade B. To measure the learning outcome of three-month teaching C. To evaluate the effectiveness of an innovative teaching method D.To guide teacher in her choice of teaching method 112. In what way are the results of a summative assessment utilized? A. To assign a grade B. To diagnose learning difficulties C. To guide teacher in her choice of class activity D. To check attainment of her lesson objectives 113. In what way are the results of a summative assessment utilized? A. To report learning outcomes to parents and administrators B. To diagnose learning difficulties C. To check on students understanding from time to time D. To check attainment of lesson objectives

114. Study this assessment material then answer the questions: Direction: Rate yourself by encircling the appropriate column. SD-Strongly disagree, D-Disagree; A-Agree, and SAStrongly agree . 1. On the whole,I am satisfied with myself. SD D A SA 2. At times I think I am no good at all. SD D A SA 3. I feel that I have a number of good qualities . SD D A SA 4. I certainly feel useless at times . SD D A SA 5. I am able to do things as well as other people. SD D A SA Which assessment tool is used? A. Likert scale C. Self-esteem scale B. Classroom opinion poll D, Double entry journal 115. Is the tool sufficient to measure what it intends to measure ? A. No, the items are very few. B. Yes, the items ask are on the same value. C. No,the items ask different things. D. It depends on the scope of the topic. 116. Does the tool also measure cognitive learning? A. Yes. . B. No. C. Only item # 1and 2. D. Only item # 3. 117. Which classroom assessment technique most appropriately measures self-esteem and ego development? A. Annotated Portfolio C. Pro and con grid B. Self-confidence surveys D. Classroom Opinion poll 118. Students record their responses to text as they read. The result will look like the one given below: Quotation/phrase or sentence I especially like. My thoughts about the quotation.

Which assessment technique is used? A. Annotated portfolio C. Doubleentry journal B. Pro and Con grid D. Opinion poll 119. For the assessment technique to be effective, which should be written in the first column? A. A scientific principle B. A factual statement C. A mathematical formula D. An intriguing statement 120. Which should be written in the second column? A. Students reaction B. Summary of what was read C. A quotation read D. Sketch copied from what the student read 121. I want to check whether or not my students have developed the love for lifelong learning. Which assessment technique is most fit? A. Skills checklist B. Annotated portfolio C. Focused autobiographical sketch D. Classroom opinion poll 122. If I want to measure a students attitude toward problem solving , which one/s should I use? A. Observation C. Likert scale B. Checklist D. Moral dilemmas 123. I wanted to find out a students degree of agreement or disagreement on a value laden statement . Which tool did I use? A. Moral dilemmas C. Checklist B. Venn diagram D. Likert scale 124. I want to be highly objective in checking answers to an essay test. Which can help? A. Correct all students answers in one number first before you go to the second. B. Correct all the answers of one student after another. C. Deduct points for grammatical errors. D. Know whose answers you are reading.

125. What does a grade given to a student measure ? A. Learners achievement B. Learners intelligence C. Parents involvement in the learning of a child D. Teacher effectiveness

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