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1. How can a teacher enhance his/her questioning technique

for an effective teacher-student interaction?

a. Immediately call another student in case once cannot answer

b. You may answer your own question if no one can answer

c. Allow sufficient “think time” at least 7 to 10 seconds

d. Extend wait time until the students responds

2. A teacher who advocates the pragmatic philosophy of

education believes that experience should follow learning, thus she has to

a. equip her students with basic skills and abilities

b. encourage her students to memorize facts

c. provide her students opportunities to apply their skills and abilities

d. require her students mastery of the lesson

3. Respect for honest differences of opinions is one objective

10. Standard deviation is to variability as means is to

a. Discrimination c. Correlation

b. Level of difficulty d. Central Tendency

11. How can a teacher establish the reliability of the test?

I. Repeat the same test

II. Administer a parallel test

III. Split the test

IV. Vary the number of items

a. I, II, and III c. I and IV only

b. I, III, and IV d. II and IV only

12. On which policy is R.A. 4670 known as the Magna Carta for public school teachers focused?

a. Right to establish or join organization

b. Code of ethics for professional teachers

c. Recruitment shall take place after training

d. Promotion and improvement of social and economic

of

status of public school teacher

a.

human relationship c. civic responsibility and conscience

13.

The 19 th century saw the development of state controlled

b.

self-actualization

d. economic self sufficiency

and state supported public school system. Existing ideology

4.

In

mastery

learning,

the

definition

of

an

acceptable

was

the

concept

of

national

sovereignty.

Under a

standard of performance is called

 

democracy, education equips citizen with the principles

a. SMART

 

c. Criterion measure

 

and duties of citizenship to guarantee national stability.

b. Condition

d. Behaviour

 

Such is the ideology of

5.

Teacher B clears her throat to communicate disapproval of

a.

Citizenship c. Nationalism

 

a student’s behaviour. Which specific influence technique is

b.

Progressivism d. Secular education

this?

14.

The following are characteristics of a good

a. proximity control

b. interest boosting

c. signal interference

d. direct appeal

6. Which is the first step in planning an achievement test?

a. select the types of test items to use

b. decide on the length of the test

c. define instructional objectives

d. build a table of specification

7. Which may NOT be a benefit derived from the use of

graphic organizers?

a. Make relationships among details clear

b. Represent stated information in concrete form

c. strengthens teamwork

d. enable students to identify important ideas and details

8. Rights which cannot be renounced or transferred because

teaching/learning practice EXCEPT

a. Students are governed by fixed and rigid standard

b. Life-like situations introduced as learning experience in

classroom

c. Students are given more opportunities to act or experience learning

d. Evaluation is made an integral part of teaching

procedure

Which of the following is NOT a principle of development?

a. Development follows an orderly, predictable sequence

b. Numerous studies show how individuals develop

c. Early development is more critical than later development

15.

 

they are necessary for the fulfilment of man’s primordial

d.

Social expectations influence development in early stage

obligations are called

16.

Which questioning technique would be appropriate for

a. Perfect rights

c. Acquired rights

inductive lessons?

b. Alienable rights

d. Inalienable rights

a.

Questioning only the more motivated students

9.

Principal C shares this thought to his teachers: “Subject

b.

Activity involving students in questioning process

matter should help students understand and appreciate

c.

Using questions requiring only memory response

themselves as unique individuals who accept complete

d.

responsibility for their thoughts, feelings, and actions.” From which philosophy is this thought based?

Teacher will not ask any questions What principle is reflected when a teacher always

provides for the development of all essential knowledge,

17.

a. Essentialism

c. Perennialism

manipulative skills and attitude?

b. Existentialism

d. Progressivism

a.

Principle of needs c. Principle of unity

b. Principle of balance

d. Principle of organization

18. A teaching method which proceeds from the details of a

c. The concept of readiness in learning

d. Cognitive insight

lesson towards the generalization is called

27.

What psychological principle is used when teacher links

a.

Deductive

c. Debate

the new information to the previous one to enable the

b.

Inductive

d. Problem solving

students to gain a holistic view of the topic?

19.

To accomplish many good activities in a particular class

a. Stimulation c. Assimilation

period, the teacher must

a. Add curricular activities

b. Provide unique teaching aids

b. Accommodation d. Conceptualization

28. Young children have a short attention and interest span.

What kind of task should a teacher give them?

c. Institute a systematic plan

 

a.

Challenging and interesting activities

d. Use expensive materials

b.

Long but interesting activities

20. One way to encourage students who lack interest in

c.

Easy and difficult activities

reading to love reading is to

 

d.

Short, varied, interesting activities

a.

Reprimand him

c. Provide reading materials

29.

What is possessed by the learner when he can use

b.

Ask parents to buy books

d. Isolate him

language with ease and fluency in any given situation?

21.

Which of the following style or technique would make a

a.

Bilingual ability c. Photographic memory

teacher a good classroom manager – teacher with eyes at

c.

High cognitive skill d. Communicative competence

the back of the head?

30.

What is the main concern of a spiralling curriculum?

a. Give your students the “head to toe” look when angry

b. Uses eye contact technique with your students

c. Fear and fight dominates the classroom atmosphere

d. Being aware of all the actions and activities in the

classroom

22. The sociogram reveals that four students in your class formed a “clique”. This means that the teacher should

a. Curriculum renewal and revision

b. Horizontal articulation among the subjects in a grade

level

c. Vertical articulation of a given subject across grade level

d. Incorporating governmental thrust and social concerns

31. Which information is not entered in Form 1 or the School

register?

a. Allow them to be together at all time

a.

Alphabetical list of students, boys separated from girls

b. Encourage them to join other groups with similar

b.

Daily attendance record of each student

 

interest

c.

Grades obtained by each student in all subjects

c.

Discourage them from joining other groups

d.

Personal data of the students in the register

d.

disband the group

32.

Which type of test is used to discover further attitudes

23.

Parents negatively react to the inclusion of play in the

about self and others?

children’s curriculum. A teacher who knows the importance of play would tell the parents that

a. Playing is important in the child’s cognitive development

b. Playing is a good form of exercise

c. Playing gives children pleasure

d. Playing is a stage of child’s development

24. The ability to perceive how objects are related in order to

mentally perceive what is seen, thus creating a concrete visual images from memory refers to

a. Visual spatial intelligence

c. Linguistic intelligence

b. Logical reasoning intelligence d. Musical Intelligence

25. The most important criterion in test construction is

a. Preparation of table of specification

a. Personality test c. Achievement test

b. Intelligence test d. Diagnostic test

33. Which behaviour is exhibited by a student who is strong

in interpersonal intelligence?

a. Works with his/her own

b. Spends time meditating

c. Keeps interest himself/herself

d. Seeks out a classmate for help when problem occurs

34. Which are direct measures of competence?

a. Paper and pencil test c. Performance test

b. Personality test d. Standardized test

35. A teacher’s summary of a lesson serves the following function EXCEPT

b. Congruency of items with the objectives

a.

It links the parts of the lesson

c. Stem should contain the central problem

b.

It makes provisions for the full participation of students

d. Options should be almost the same length

c.

It clinches the basic ideas or concerns of the lesson

26.

The most important contribution of Gestalt psychology to

d.

It brings together the information that has been

the theories of learning is

a. The use of multimedia approaches

b. The use of reinforcement

discussed

36. Teacher F wanted to teach the pupils the skills to do cross

stitching. Her check-up quiz was a written test on the steps

of cross stitching. Which characteristic of a good test does

it lack?

b. Give him comic books

c. Have him attend remedial reading classes

a. Objectivity

c. Scorability

d. Transfer him to a lower section

b. Reliability

d. Validity

45.

In which situation is learning MOST likely to happen?

37.

Out of 3 distracters in a multiple choice test items, name

a.

When students work by themselves

B,

C, and D, no pupil choose D as answer. This implies that

b.

When students are quiet and well behave

D

is

c.

When all needed materials are available

a.

A vague distractor

c. An effective distractor

 

d.

When students know the importance of the task at hand

b.

A plausible distractor d. An Ineffective distractor

46.

Social adjustment means the ability to behave in

38.

A parent visited you regarding his son’s low grades. He

accordance with

showed

you his quizzes, unit tests and

projects.

You

a. Universal truth c. Stereotypes behaviours

discovered that his name is Mel and you wrongfully put his

name on the girl’s list. What will you do?

a. Recognize your mistake and promise to correct the grade

b. Self-concept d. Social expectations

47. How can a teacher avoid “breakdown and interruptions” in daily class procedures?

b. Insists that you are right in grading him

a.

Punish the misbehaving student

c. Refer the matter to the principal

b.

Establish routine for daily tasks

d. Ignore the complain

c.

Assign a leader to assist everyone

39.

What should a cooperating teacher do to help the student

d.

Allow students to make their own regulations

teacher who has been assigned to him/her?

48.

Which is made after certain norms have been

a. Provide opportunities for the student teacher to acquire the skills and competence to be an effective teacher

b. Show your lesson plan and let him/her follow what is in

your lesson plan

c. Write or prepare activities to be done and let him/her

established?

a. Departmental test

b. Local-city wide test d. Standardized test

c. Teacher-made test

49. A high school principal would like to know the causes of

drop-outs in his school so he could find solutions to this

execute these in class

problem. What type of research is used?

d. Don’t allow him/her to make own decisions as to how

a.

Applied

c. Pure

the lesson is to be introduced

b.

Action d. Experimental

40.

Which among the following pillars of learning aimed for

50.

If we aim to produce globally competitive graduates, the

the holistic development and complete fulfilment of man?

Philippine education should give major emphasis to

a.

Learning to do c. Learning to be

a. English, Science, and Mathematics

b.

Learning to know d. Learning to live together

b. Technology and citizenship

41.

Which of these statement is BEST suited to developing

c. Humanities and work education

skill in asking and answering questions?

d. Bilingual education and values education

a.

Interviews c. Pictorial review

51.

Which of the following can be considered a form of civic

b.

Song analysis d. Riddles

engagement?

42.

Most delinquents are found to have low I.Q. They can

a.

Patronizing Filipino product

hardly read and comprehend. How can a teacher help

b.

Critical of government officials

them?

c.

Bribing government officials

a. Call for their parents c. Give them remedial class

d.

Electoral participation

b. Refer them to a doctor d. Suspend them from class

52.

A teacher wants to make a scoring rubric for student’s

43. Children learn what they live by. Treat them with respect

and they will respect others. Shout at them and they will be

at others, too. How would you explain this

behaviour?

a. They are easily impressed

b. They imitative

c. They cannot tell right from wrong

d. They are observant

shouting

44. What should be done with a student in the upper grades who is a non-reader?

a. Encourage him to join a reading club

output. Which format will use differential weighs for the qualities of a product of a performance?

a. Performance based c. Holistic rubrics

b. Rating scales

53. How can a teacher develop the value of time such as punctuality and maximal utilization of time?

d. Analytic rubrics

a. Avoid disruptions due to improper behaviour

b. Consistently follow schedule for classroom routines

c. Rush if you are getting late for the right time

d. Have a big clock installed in the classroom for everyone’s

guidance

54. One learns by association and also by insight. This shows

that the association and cognitive theories of learning are

a. Review the previous lesson

b. Determine the length of time answering it

a. Diametrically opposed

c. Partly wrong

c. Announce to the students the scope of the test

b. Complementary

d. Partly correct

d. Construct the table of specification

55. Studies in the area of neurosciences disclosed that the human brain has limitless capacity. What does it imply?

a. Every pupil has his own native ability, his learning is limited to this ability

b. Pupils can possibly reach a point where they have

64. What is the advantage of using computers in processing test results?

a. Its processing takes a shorter period of time

b. Test results can be easily be assessed

c. Its statistical computation is accurate

learned everything

d. All of these

c.

Some pupils are admitted but not capable of learning

65.

Of the following types of test, which is the most

d.

Every child is a potential genius

subjective in scoring?

56.

Mothers who demanded their 3 – 5 year old children to

a. Multiple choice c. Simple recall

spent their time in serious academic study, forget that erly

childhood is the

a.

b.

Gang age

Questioning age

c. Initiative age d. Toy age

57. Identical twins are more alike than fraternal twins. Which

of the following statements/principles is supported by this?

b. Matching type d. Essay

66. Multiple choice tests is considered as the BEST type of test because

a. It is easy to conduct

b. In contains many responses

c. It measures several competencies in one test

a.

Heredity has a part in determining physical appearance

d. It possesses the qualities of other types of test

b.

Intelligence is determined partly by pre-natal nutrition

67.

While serving during the elections, some trouble makers

c.

Environment affects birth fraternal and identical twins

enter your precinct.

What do you think is the most

d.

Intelligence hinges in physical structure

 

appropriate thing to do?

58.

Study this group tests which was administered with the

a.

Challenge them to a duel

following result.

 

b.

Close the precinct and go home

 

Subject

Mean

SD

Rey’s Score

c.

Ignore them and look for a safer place

Math

56

10

43

d.

Seek the assistance of law enforcer

Physics

41

9

31

68.

Which of the following will you recommend to a senior

English

80

16

109

high

school

scholar who is impregnated by a fellow

In which subject(s) did Rey perform best in relation to the group’s performance?

a. English

c. Physics

b. Math

d. English and Math

59. Which of the following activities is stressed by humanistic

education?

a.

Enjoy the great works of man such as classics

b.

Learn philosophy “know thyself”

c.

Make man distinctly civilized, educated and refined

d.

Develop man into a thinking individual

60.

For a teacher to be more competent, s/he is required to

specialize in certain area. This pillar of learning is

a.

Learning to do

c. Learning to be

b.

Learning to live together

d. Learning to know

61.

What pillar of learning is concern on material

development rather than human development?

a.

Learning to do

c. Learning to be

b.

Learning to live together

d. Learning to know

62.

In which competency do my students find the greatest

difficulty? In the term of difficulty index of

a. 0.1

b. 0.5

c. 0.9

d. 1

63. What should a teacher do before constructing items for a particular test?

student?

a. Force her boyfriend to marry her

b. Tell the parents about the condition

c. Stop schooling till after she gave birth

d. Direct her to an abortion clinic

69. Which describes as inappropriate practice in the education of young children?

a.

Individual differences are expected and accepted

b.

Integrated teaching-learning

c.

Isolated skills development

d.

Positive guidance techniques

70.

Honesty remains a value even if nobody in an

organization values it. This pronouncement comes from the

mouth of a/n

a.

Pragmatist

c. Reconstructionist

b.

Idealist

d. Progressivist

71.

I cannot forget my friend’s birthday for it comes one day

after my birthday. Which principle of association as applied to memory explains this?

a. Contiguity c. Frequency

b. Similarity d. Context

72. A fresh graduate is usually idealistic. Which one will most likely inspire her to cling to her idealism?

a. Introduction of educational innovations

b. Support of living models

c. Pressure of work

d. High salary

73. I cannot help but recall the sister’s convent which served as my boarding house in high school now that I am in a

Which principle of association

noisy

boarding

house.

explains this?

80. What does the empiricist emphasize?

a. Sensory experience is the only source of knowledge

b. Knowledge arises from the mind

c. Knowledge is derived from reason without the aid of

senses

d. Information is interpreted by the mind

81. Which of the following best describes the role of a teacher from a perennialist perspective?

a. To expose the learner to up-to-date information about science and math

a.

Similarity

c. Frequency

b.

To reveal the wisdom of the aged such as those

b.

Contiguity

d. Contrast

contained in Bible/Koran

74. Which principle of association as applied to memory is

this? The recall of an object or idea triggers recall of other

c. To assist the learners clarify his/her value priorities through self-analysis

objects like it

 

d.

To spoon feed the student

a.

Contrast

c. Similarity

 

82.

“Do not trust the senses since ideas are arrived and only

b.

Contiguity

d. Frequency

by reason” is an advice from the

75. Whose thought is this: “Although there is an external

a.

Naturalist c. Existentialist

world

from

which human beings acquire sensory

b.

Rationalist d. Empiricist

information,

ideas

originates

from

the working of the

83.

The cultivation of reflective and meditative skills in

mind”.

 

teaching is an influence of

a.

Idealist

c. Empiricist

 

a.

Confucianism c. Taoism

b.

Realist

d. Pragmatist

b.

Islam d. Zen Buddhism

76.

A research conducted by Pasek, et. Al. in 1989 noted

84.

Two identical balls of clay are shown to the child. The

possible

early childhood education program. These include higher

less positive attitude

towards school. Based on these research findings, which

recommendation is in order?

a. To give children the total freedom to do as they please inside the classroom

b. Not to give assessment activities for pre-schoolers

c. To plan for engaging academic lesson

d. Do not engage in highly academic structured direct

instruction in pre-school Which Piagetian term refers to one’s inability to

distinguish between one’s own perspective and someone else’s?

test

harmful effect of highly academically-oriented

anxiety,

less

creativity,

and

77.

child agrees that they are equal. Teacher changes the shape of one of the balls and asks the child whether they

still contain equal amounts of clay. The child answers. “No, the longer one has more”. What skill does the child lack?

a. Centration c. Reasoning

b. Intuition d. Conservation

85. Which theory is demonstrated by this? A young boy might

observe

interchanges with people. When observed with his peers, the young boy’s style of interaction is highly aggressive.

a. Social cognitive theory

b. Cognitive developmental theory

c. Operant conditioning theory

d. Classical condition theory

his father’s aggressive outbursts and hostile

a. Autism

c. Centration

86.

Which maybe an undesirable result of the misuse of

b. Conservation

d. Egocentrism

education technology on human development?

78.

What does the social constructivist approach emphasize?

a.

c.

Brain-drain

c. Dehumanization

The student needs

Mechanical learning d. Knowledge explosion

a.

Opportunities to learn with the teacher and more skilled

87.

For Freud, the primary motivation of human behaviour is

peers

sexual in nature while for Erickson is

in nature.

b.

To be filled because their minds are empty

a.

Social

c. Physical

c.

To be placed in a conducive learning environment

b.

Cultural d. Biological

d.

To be rewarded with every good performance

88.

Two identical beakers A & B are presented to the child.

79.

If you believe that the child’s mind is TABULA RASA, in

Teacher pours the liquid from B to C which is taller and

which processes will you engage the child to learn?

thinner than A & B but has equal capacity with B. Teacher

a.

Sensory impression c. Reflection

asks if the beakers A & C have the same amount of liquid.

b.

Reasoning

d. Metacognition

The child says “NO” and points to C as the beaker that has

more liquid. In what stage of cognitive developmental does the child fall?

a. Formal operational c. Concrete operational

b. Pre-operational d. Sensorimotor

89. To make sense of our world we organize our experiences. We also change our thinking to include new ideas and

This process of changing our

additional

information.

thinking as a result of new ideas is termed by Piaget as

b. Children actively create knowledge and understanding

c. Children are passive learner

d. Children’s minds are blank slates

97. Teacher A directed to pass an undeserving student with a

death threat. Which advice will a hedonist give?

a. Pass the student. Why suffer the threat

b. Pass the student. That will be of use to the student, his

parents and you

a.

Construction c. Adaptation

c.

Don’t pass him. You surely will not like someone to give

b.

Assimilation d. Accommodation

you a death threat in order to pass

90.

A pre-school child believes that inanimate objects have

d.

Don’t pass him. Live by your principle of justice. You will

life-like qualities and are capable of action. This belief is

called

get reward, if not in this life, in the next.

98. Which teacher’s attitude best reflects his/her

a.

Symbolism c. Realism

understanding of development as product of maturation

b.

Animation d. Animism

and learning?

91.

What is the latest advice of authorities regarding left-

a. Patience when dealing with the slower ones

handed children?

a. Train the child with left hand tendency to use the right

b. Train the left-handed child to use both right and left

hands

c. Allow children to use the hand they favor

d. Discourage the child to use his left hand

92. Teacher helps the pupils remember that stalactite grows

ground.

from

ceiling

while

stalagmite

grows

from

the

b. Creativity with the classroom strategies or tasks

c. Fairness when giving grades or school mark

d. Cheerfulness and enthusiasm when discussing

99. Which one is Piaget’s Freud’s and Erickson’s though about

children’s play?

a. Contributes to the child’s mastery of his mental, physical, and social environment

b. Makes the child’s life so enjoyable that he will tend to

Which device does the teacher use?

hate school life later

a.

Drill memory c. Memory device

c. Prepares the child for an excellent academic

b.

Mnemonic device d. Information device

performance in formal schooling

93.

The theory of life-span development advocates that

sensitive care giving in later life is as important as sensitive

d. Develops in the child a highly competitive attitude because of the nature of play

care-giving in early life. What statement goes with this?

100.

Progressivism considers the nature of the child. Which

a.

Experiences in the first three years are as important as

philosophy does NOT relate with this?

later experience

a.

Pragmatism c. Humanism

b. Children cannot be influenced after childhood

b.

Essentialism d. Naturalism

c. The most important years in development are the first

101.

J.B Watson relates that a particular behavior is

five years

determined by environmental factors. Which of the

 

d.

What child becomes at age 3 is fixed

following situations can help the student develop a positive

94.

Based on Freud psychoanalytic theory, which

attitude towards mathematics?

component(s) of personality is(are) concerned with a sense

a.

Tell students that math is a difficult subject

of right and wrong?

b.

Give difficult problems to challenge the student

a. Super-ego c. Id

c.

Present lessons from most complex to the easiest

b. Super-ego and ego d. Ego

d.

Have favourable learning atmosphere in the classroom

95.

Two sticks are aligned in front of a child. The child agrees

102.

Margaret has been staring at the matchstick puzzle

that they are the same length. Teacher moves one stick to the right, then asks the child if they are still equal in length. The child answers, “No, the one on top is longer.” What skill does the child lack?

a. Reasoning c. Centration

b. Intuition d. Conservation

96. Which statement correctly explains the constructivist theory of learning?

a. Children are empty receptacles

problem. She is figuring out how to do it. Suddenly, a bright idea flashes in her mind and excitedly she successfully learns to solve the puzzle. This is an example of

a. Metacognition c. Analytical learning

b. Insight learning d. Trial and error learning

103. Considering the senses used in learning, which does NOT

belong to the group?

a. Radio

b. Audiotape recorder d. Phonograph

c. Filmstrip

104.

The use of multi-media materials enables a teacher to do

a.

Gardner

c. Erickson

a.

Review

c. Application of lesson

b.

Bridges

d. Piaget

b.

Tutoring

d. Differentiated instruction

114.

Friedrich Froebel believed that education should awaken

105.

In relation to comprehension skills, which does NOT

the child’s dormant potentials and stimulate them to the

belong to the group?

 

fullest development. In this case, the teacher’s role is that

a.

Sequencing event

c. Finding the main idea

of a

b.

Critical reading d. Recreatory reading

a.

Molder of character c. Dispenser of knowledge

106.

Miss Solano, a preschool teacher sees to it that the

b.

Faciitator of learning d. Evaluator of learning

children are given opportunity to explore and work on

115.

Which is typical characteristic of the adolescent?

different materials so that they will develop initiative and

a.

Reasonable and secure

not guilt. She is guided by the theory of

b.

Feels intense emotions and sense of disequilibrium

a.

Maslow

c. Gardner

c.

Slow physical growth

b.

Kohlberg d. Erickson

d.

Passive and obedient

107.

Which process does NOT fall under extrapolation?

116.

What practice is exemplified when a principal

a.

inferring

c. concluding

emphasizes the need for clean and orderly classroom as

b.

predicting d. Observing

well as green and beautiful surroundings to contribute to

108.

Article XIV, sec 2 highlights the importance of providing

effective teaching and learning?

a system of free public education in the elementary and

a.

Provide an atmosphere conducive for learning

high school levels. Why is there such a necessity?

b.

Provide adequate physical facilities

a. Elementary and high school provide formal education

c.

Utilize educational technology

b. These levels provide the foundation for the functions

d.

Establish rapport between teachers and students

and roles

117.

How can you exhibit referent power on the first day of

c. No one goes to college without passing the grades in high school d. A few people cannot afford the expensive quality of private schools

109. The use of graphic organizer may tap the brain processes

because they mainly

Organize the words in some ways the student remembers

a.

school?

a. By making them feel you know what you are talking about

b. By telling them the importance of good grades

c. By reminding your students your authority over them again and again

d. By giving your students a sense of belongingness and

acceptance

b.

Appeal to both left and right hemisphere of the brain

118.

Which is NOT an element of cooperative learning?

c.

Arouse the students’ interest in the lesson being learned

a.

Positive interdependence

 

d.

Stimulate neural wirings of the brain in the process

b.

Group accountability for learning

 

110.

Cognitive psychologist regard the learning as one who

c.

Individual accountability for learning

 

comes into the classroom

 

d.

Face-to-face interaction

 

a.

Ignorant of schooling

c. Knowing nothing

119.

The reading teacher stays 30-minute daily after class and

b.

Uninterested to learn d. Full of experience

teaches

the

slow

readers

how

to read.

Which is this

111.

Individualized instruction, which may have been

practice called?

 

pioneered by the Hebrews, is characterized by the students

a.

Make-up class

c. Remedial class

a.

Being taught one on one

b.

Enrichment activities d. Developmental reading

b.

Learning at their own pace

120.

Which of these techniques is being featured? Teacher A

c.

Giving tutorials to slow learners

encourages her students to participate actively in the class

d.

Expressing their personal ideas

discussion

by

making

them

answer question, allow

112.

When teacher attempts to develop his students’

students to call on one another to recite, and wait for their

metacognitive skills, he teaches them to

turn to ask or answer.

a.

Recall past lessons

c. Formulate hypothesis

a.

Socialized recitation

c. Open forum

b.

Visualize

d. Think about their thinking

b.

Graded recitation

d. Panel discussion

113.

A caregiver working with infants aims to maximize their

121.

Allowing students to participate in the formulation of

cognitive

provides multi-sensorial stimulation. This is guided by the

theory of

that

development

by

having

an

environment

two or three rules for the classroom promotes the classroom.

a. Sense of belongingness

in

b.

teacher diminished authority

130.

The teacher and the pupils working on honesty agreed

c.

an autocratic atmosphere

that

no

cabinets

and

book

cases

would

be

locked

d.

“Buddy-buddy” system

throughout the day. Which one is provided?

 

122.

Kindergarten and elementary grade pupils are often

a.

Pleasant emotional experience

 

engage in various games as their learning activities. What

b.

Exemplary models

 

principle is best observed in the situation?

c.

Independent attitude cultivation

 

a.

Teacher needs to relax while the children are at play

d.

Appropriate practice

 

b.

Children need games to relax and enjoy

131.

Which is the lowest level of comprehension?

 

c.

Games as a formalized expression of play are natural

a.

Integration c. Critical evaluation

d.

Games provide wide range of social and cognitive

b.

Critical comprehension d. Literal

 

experience

132.

Mr. David usually holds the Physical Education classes in

123. Which is the lowest level of teaching in the three level

the open space of the school in the absence of a covered

approaches?

 

court or gymnasium. One afternoon after the warm up

a.

Concepts c. Skills

activity, it started to rain. Which is the best to handle the

b.

Values

d. Facts

situation?

124.

The social studies teacher plan to present a political

situation which is very close to reality particularly the role

Continue the activity since the students are in the PE uniform

a.

of the mayor, a counselor, or a barangay captain. What

b.

Move the class to the room and give a quite game

strategy is most appropriate?

c.

Dismiss the class and continue the next meeting

a.

Lecture c. Reporting

d.

Stop the lesson until the rain stops

b.

Discussion d. Simulation

133.

Every time a new unit is taken up, the teacher presents

125.

The teacher wants to teach his pupils the skills to

students with advanced organizer. Which principle does

categorize and integrate concepts. The most appropriate

the teacher apply?

technique is

a.

Arrange the appropriate practice

a.

Brainstorming c. Semantic webbing

 

b.

Provide for responding on the first trial

b.

Role play d. Games

c.

Organize materials into appropriate learning units

126.

Teacher C established opening routine in her class. She

d.

Assists students to learn communication skills

does

not

waste

time

in

engaging

pupils to work

134.

As student B was solving math problems, she detected

immediately.

period. What is exemplified in the situation?

Her pupils are engaged throughout the

an error and recovered from that error by making a quick fix. Which ability did student B displays?

a.

Well-planned programs and activities

a.

Metacognition c. Imagination

b.

Sufficient seat work

c.

Intuition d. Creative thinking

c.

Constant seat work

135.

After reading The Horse and Red Hen, teacher asked the

d.

Uniform discipline

pupils this question, “What is the best thing to be according

127.

Which image must a teacher possess for her to develop

to the horse?” Under what level of comprehension does

creative thinking skills among students?

this question fall?

a.

Repository of knowledge c. Sage

a.

Interpretation c. Integration

 

b.

Catalyst teacher d. Authority figure

b.

Literal comprehension d. Critical evaluation

128.

What group activity is illustrated when the teacher

136.

Which is another name for collaborative learning?

allows the evaluation of work by the group and encourages

a.

Interactive learning c. Cooperative learning

 

the giving of constructive comments and suggestions about

b.

Team building d. Integrative learning

ways to improve the work?

137.

About what percent of the cases fall between +2 and -1

a.

Consensus decision c. Critiquing session

SD in normal curve?

 

b.

Round table d. Jury trial

a.

68%

b. 88%

c. 82%

d. 4%

129.

Leticia strives hard to excel in oratory. Which should

138.

Which is popular teaching-learning approach found in

explain best her effort?

a. Desire to satisfy aesthetic needs

b. Desire to security

c. Desire to self-actualization

d. Desire to know and understand

the Philippine schools where classroom are generally self-

contained, teacher is the focal point and reference, and the pupils are taught the basic skills – reading, writing, and counting?

a. Situation approach c. Montessori approach

b. Traditional approach d. Eclectic approach

139. The more indirect the classroom instruction, the more it is.

a. Topic-focused

c. Teacher-centered

147. As a constructivist teacher, which of the following

questions can be an interesting one to tap the grade 2

pupils’ prior knowledge on digestive system?

b.

Student-centered

 

d. Individualized

 

a.

Why do you think our stomach hurts if we do not eat?

140.

Which

graphic

organizer

is

used

to

show

how

all

b.

What is it about digestion that you learned before?

information and parts of a work of fiction together?

 

c.

What are the organs responsible for digestion?

a.

Main idea and details

 

c. Story map

d.

Do you know how the food we eat gets digested?

b.

Cluster map

 

d. Web

148.

Which graphic organizer is used to show how a series of

141. What theory of long-term memory states that memory

events interact to produce a set or result again and again?

are

formed

by

concepts

becoming

linked to other

a.

Series of events c. Cycle

concepts?

 

b.

Web

d. Time line

a.

Schema theory

c. Semantic network theory

149.

The classroom activity that best relates with the

b.

Motivation theory

d. Levels of processing theory

constructivist approach is

 

142.

Direct instruction excludes a focus on

 

a.

Repeating the difficult lessons previously taken up

a.

Student-centered activities

 

b.

Doing some drills and exercises about a lesson

b.

academics

c.

Sharing points of view or ideas during discussion

c.

controlled classroom practice

 

d.

Answering questionnaires to determine learning

d.

large group over small group

150.

Teacher A begins her lesson with concrete life

143.

Daniel

Goleman’s

theory

on emotional

intelligences

experiences then leads the students to abstractions. Which

highlights the role of emotion in the success or happiness

method did she employ?

of an individual. In which situation can the teacher best

a.

Transductive c. Deductive

cultivate

empathy

in

case

of

students

fighting

in the

b.

Inductive d. Interactive

classroom?

151.

Which diagram is used to determine the social

a.

Reprimand the students so that others will not follow the

interaction among individuals in a group?

misbehaviour

a.

Sociogram

c. Scatter gram

b.

Tell the students to stop fighting so that there will be

b.

Histogram

d. Anagram

peace in the room

c. Make

them

realize

how

fighting

negatively

affects

152. Tom’s raw score in the Filipino class is 23 which is equal

to 70 th percentile. What does this imply?

themselves and others

a.

70% of Tom’s classmates got a score lower than 23

d.

Establish roles and responsibilities to avoid arguments

b.

Tom’s score is higher than 23% of his classmates

among them

c.

70% of Tom’s classmates got a score above 23

144.

The adaptation of national language directed by the

d.

Tom’s score is higher than 23 of his classmates

Philippine Constitution is designed primarily to

153.

Which assessment tools shows evidence of student’s

a.

Facilitate communication among diverse linguistic group

writing skills?

b.

Do away with colonial mentality

a.

Project c. Critiquing sessions

c.

Officially adopt Tagalog as a national language

b.

Portfolio d. Daily journal

d.

Counteract elitism

154.

Which is/are (a) norm-referenced statement(s)?

145.

The teacher provides various learning activities and

a. Danny performed better in spelling than 60% of his

methods in her teaching so that needs and interests of

classmates

learners

are met.

Which principle of learning did the

b. Danny was able to spell 90% of the words correctly

teacher consider?

 

c.

Danny was able to spell 90% of the words correctly and

a.

Learning by doing

c. Multiple intelligences

 

spelled 35 words out

b.

Cooperative learning d. Cognitive development stages

 

d.

Danny spelled 35 words out of 50 correctly

146.

Which

of

the

following

situations

best

shows

the

155.

In group norming, the percentile rank of the examinee is

teacher’s

consideration

of

the

learners’

developmental

a.

Dependent on the batch of examinees

patterns?

 

b.

Interdependent of his batch of examinees

a. Teaching from basic to the complex

 

c.

unaffected by skewed distribution

b. Using the best strategy for the topics

d.

Affected by skewed distribution

c. Having outdoor activities for learning

 

156.

What type of validity is needed if a test must test course

d. Developing the learners’ hidden abilities

objectives and scope?

a. Content c. Criterion

b. Face

d. Construct

157. In the context of the theory on multiple intelligences,

b. Teacher in SPED centers are now teaching in the regular

classrooms

one weakness of the paper-pencil test is

c.

Teachers of regular classes are now teaching children

a.

It utilizes so much time

with disabilities in SPED centers

b.

It puts the non-linguistically intelligent at a disadvantage

d. Pupils in the regular classrooms are now accepted in

c.

It lacks reliability

SPED centers

d.

It is not easy to administer

168.

Which term refers to the act of educating a child with

158.

The sum of all the scores in the distribution always

special

education

needs

partially

special

education

equals

classroom and partially regular classroom?

a.

The mean times the interval size

a.

Mainstreaming

c. Individualization

b.

The mean divided by the interval size

b.

Special class

d. Head start

c.

The mean times N

169.

KNEE IS TO LEG AS ELBOW IS TO

d.

The mean divided by N

A. HANDS

C. ARM

159.

Which is true to a one-group-posttest-only design?

B. FINGERS

D. WRIST

a.

No pre-test is done at the start of the experiment

What type of test is this?

b.

Two groups of subjects that is not statistically equivalent

a.

Analogy

c. Short answer type

to use in the experiment

b.

Rearrangement type

d. Problem type

c.

The subjects are randomly assigned to two groups

170.

The inclusion of the study of Rizal and other national

d.

Pre-test was done prior to the treatment

heroes in the school curriculum in order to inculcate love of

160.

What is simple frequency distribution? A graphic

country is based on a(an)

representation of

a.

Pragmatist

c. Idealist

a.

raw scores c. means

b.

Existentialist

d. Realist

b.

Standard Deviation d. lowest and highest scores

171.

Who perpetuated the idea that reason is superior to

161.

Rita is 1/2 SD above the mean of her group in arithmetic

experience as a source of knowledge, thus school must

and 1 SD above spelling. What does it imply?

develop human reason?

a.

She excels in both spelling and arithmetic

 

a.

Humanists

c. Hedonists

b.

She is better in arithmetic than spelling

b.

Pragmatists

d. Rationalists

c.

She is neither excels in spelling and arithmetic

172.

Faith, hope, and love are values now and forever

d.

She is better in spelling than arithmetic

whether they will valued by people or not. Upon what

162.

Which of the following could produce more than value?

philosophy is this anchored?

a.

Mean b. Mode

c. Median

d. SD

a.

Idealism

c. Realism

163.

What is an old view of the pupil/student based on John

b.

Existentialism

d. Pragmatism

Locke’s philosophy?

173. The law of karma states “what you sow you reap”, are

a.

Participant c. Empty vessel

words

often

said when Filipinos attempt to explain a

b.

Hypothesis generator

d. Model builder

misfortune

perceived

to be rightfully deserved by

164.

Given the scores 1, 3, 3, 3, 5, 6, 6, 6, and 10, the mode(s)

someone. This originated from the

is(are)

 

a.

Hebrews

c. Greeks

a.

3

b. 3 & 6

c. 5

d.6

b.

Hindus

d Chinese

165.

The following are characteristics of a child with ADHD

174.

The commonly used question-and-answer method that

EXCEPT

includes debate and discussion is in consonance with the

a.

Hyperactivity c. Inattention

method of

 

b.

Focus

d. Impulsivity

a.

Confucius

c. Aristotle

166.

NSAT and NEAT results are interpreted against mastery

b.

Plato

d. Socrates

level. This means that NSAT and NEAT fall under

175.

Teacher C subscribes to the idealist philosophy. Which

a.

Criterion-referenced c. Aptitude test

type of knowledge will he most likely advance? Knowledge

b.

Achievement test d. Norm-referenced

arrived at through

167.

Which best explains what mainstreaming in the

a.

Trial and error

c. Experimenting

classroom means?

b.

Concept experience

d. Reasoning

a.

Pupils who were previously enrolled in special education

176.

To occupy a government position, one had to pass an

classes are now integrated into regular classes

examination on Confucian thought. From whom did this

influence come?

a.

Hebrews

c. Hindus

a.

Considering views of others

b.

Chinese

d. Greek

b.

Distinguish sex difference

177.

Which among the following objectives in the

c.

Socializing

psychomotor domain is the highest?

d.

Distinguishing from right and wrong

a.

To distinguish distant and close sounds

186.

“Men are built not born.” This quotation by John Watson

b.

To contract a muscle

states the

c.

To run a 100m dash

a.

Ineffectiveness of training on a person’s development

d.

To dance the basic steps of Waltz

b.

Effect of environmental stimulation on a person’s

178.

Which graphic organizers are used to show event in

development

chronological order?

c.

Absence of genetic influence on a person’s development

a.

Time line and story map

d.

The effect heredity

b.

Series of events chart and story map

187.

A child who is cold towards the people around him might

c.

Time line and series of events

have failed to attain what basic goal based on Erickson’s

d.

Time line and cycle

theory on psychosocial development?

179.

Which schools are subject to supervision, regulation and

a.

Autonomy c. Initiative

control by the state?

b.

Trust

d. Mistrust

a.

Public schools

188.

A boy is closer to his mother and a girl is close to her

b.

Private schools

father. These instances are under

c.

Sectarian and non-sectarian

a.

Oedipal stage c. Phallic stage

d.

Public, Private sectarian and non-sectarian

b.

Latent stage d. Pre-genital stage

180.

When a significantly greater number from the lower

189.

Teacher V wants to check prior knowledge of pupils

groups gets a test item correctly, this implies that the test

about water pollution. She writes the main topic “water

 

items

pollution” in the center of the chalkboard and encircles it.

a.

Are not very valid c. Are highly reliable

Then she asks the pupils to provide information that can be

b.

Are not highly reliable d. Are very valid

clustered around the main topic. Which technique did the

181.

The right hemisphere of the brain is involved with the

teacher employ?

following functions EXCEPT

a.

Vocabulary building c. Semantic mapping

a.

Non-verbal function c. Intuitive functions

b.

Demonstration d. Deductive teaching

b.

Visual functions d. Detail-oriented functions

190.

What do you think would be the action of a teacher who

182.

What government program allows students who are not

found out and has proven that his principal is involved in

accommodated in community public schools to enrol in a private school at the government’s expense?

the malversation of funds of their school?

a. Present the charge to a competent authority

a.

Government Assistance Program

b. Malign him through an anonymous letter

b.

Study Now, Pay Later

c. Ignore what the teacher has discovered about this action

c.

Educational Service Contract System

of the principal

d.

National Scholarship Program

d.

Circulate this issue and let it become a gossip

183.

was the 1980’s foremost educational issue.

191.

Teacher Myla is a neophyte teacher. One time a mother

a.

Bilingual education c. Accountability

of one of her students confronted and maligned her in

b.

Values education d. Mainstreaming

front of her colleagues. How should Teacher Myla react to

184.

A child was punished for cheating in an examination. For

this kind of situation?

sure the child wont cheat again in short period of time, but this does not guarantee that he won’t cheat ever again. Based on Thorndike’s theory on punishment and learning, this shows that

a. Walk away and ignore the mother

b. Wait until the emotion of the mother subsides and invite

her to discuss the concern with the principal or guidance counselor

a.

Punishment strengthens a response

c. Answer back the mother and malign her too

b.

Punishment removes response

d. Allow the mother to keep on maligning her until it’s her

c.

Punishment doesn’t remove a response

turn to do the same

 

d.

Punishment weakens a response

192.

Ms. Sanchez is always guarded by the principle that she

185.

Laughing at a 2 year old child who uttered a bad word is

has

a

foremost

responsibility

as a teacher. Given the

not a proper thing to do because in this stage of the child’s

life, the child is

following, which do you think is the main responsibility of

Ms. Sanchez?

a.

Ask the challenging question

199.

Classical conditioning theory is always attributed to him

b.

Shares responsibility in counseling

for

his experiment involving the dog’s salivation as a

c.

Inspires student to interesting lesson

reaction to the sound of the buzzer.

d.

Guides students in learning process

a.

Skinner

c. Bandura

193.

Manual aesthetic activities involving attitudes and

b.

Lewin

d. Pavlov

feelings are primarily expressive of emotions and values

200.

The first kindergarten also known as “a garden where

not thoughts. An example of this motor skill is

children could grow” was the product of research by

a.

Baking a cake with background music

a. Froebel

c. Pestalozzi

b.

Dancing and playing musical instrument

b. Herbart

d. Rousseau

c.

Saving a board for the wall of a book cabinet

d.

Manipulating a bowling ball to achieve a strike

194.

Parents and teachers are considered as authorities and

models by children at the early childhood stage. What does this statement imply?

a. Parents and teacher should serve as role models at all times

b. Parent Teacher conference should always be an activity

in school

c. Parents should enforce strict discipline at home and teacher at school

d.

learners in school

Teachers should demand complete obedience from

195.

The constitution which provided the present philosophy

of

education was the contribution of the Aquino

administration. Which of this statement is NOT consistent with our education philosophy?

a. Restore ethical and moral values

b. Foster nationalism and patriotism

c. Introduce vocational and scientific efficiency

d. Appreciate the roles of foreigners on the historical saga

of the country

196. In the preamble of the Code of Ethics for Professional

Teachers, which of the following teacher descriptions is included?

a.

Duly licensed professional

b.

Person of dignity and reputation

c.

With satisfactory teaching performance

d.

Passed the licensure exams for teachers

197.

Babyhood is often referred as a “critical period” in the

development of personality because

a. Changes in the personality pattern take place

b. The brain grows and develops at such an accelerated

rate during babyhood

c. At the time the baby is exposed to many hazards both physical and psychological

d. At this time the foundations are laid upon which the

adult personality structure are built

198. When the daughter is competing with the father for the

father attention, the daughter is said to be experiencing

a. Sexual deviation c. Identity crisis

b. Electra complex d. Oedipus complex

Answer Key

1.

C

21. D

41. A

61. A

81. B

101. C

121. A

141. C

161. D

181. D

2. C

22. B

42. C

62. A

82. B

102. B

122. D

142. A

162. B

182. C

3. A

23. A

43. B

63. D

83. D

103. C

123. D

143. C

163. C

183. B

4. C

24. A

44. C

64. D

84. D

104. D

124. D

144. A

164. B

184. D

5. C

25. B

45. D

65. D

85. A

105. D

125. C

145. C

165. B

185. A

6.

D

26. D

46. B

66. C

86. C

106. D

126. A

146. A

166. D

186. B

7.

C

27. C

47. B

67. D

87. A

107. D

127. B

147. B

167. A

187. B

8. D

28. D

48. D

68. B

88. 8

108. B

128. C

148. C

168. A

188. C

9. A

29. D

49. A

69. C

89. D

109. B

129. C

149. C

169. A

189. C

10. D

30. C

50. A

70. B

90. D

110. D

130. D

150. B

170. C

190. A

11. A

31. C

51. D

71. A

91. C

111. B

131. D

151. A

171. D

191. B

12. D

32. A

52. D

72. B

92. B

112. D

132. B

152. A

172. A

192. C

13. C

33. D