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PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION
EXAM DRILL VI
SEPT. 2011
1. In recent curricular revisions, the humanities
are gradually replaced by technical courses
that bear practical consequences. This shows
that curricular direction is toward________
a. pragmatism
c. utilitarianism
b. realism
d. essentialism
2. According to existentialist, every person is in
the same predicament and has the same
possibilities. What does this imply?
a. Every person must go to school
b. Every person must go through the same
form of education
c. Every person must earn a college degree
d. Every person must be given access to
education
3. School Bs curriculum puts emphasis on the
classics. School Bs curriculum is predominantly
________.
a. parennialist
c. reconstructionist
b. progressivist
d. essentialist
4. Student A claims: I cannot see it so I wont
believe it. Under which group can he be
classified?
a. Idealist
c. Pragmatist
b. Realist
d. Empiricist
5. Teacher E encourages her students to develop
their reasoning power to the fullest in order to
arrive knowledge. Teacher E is/an _____
a. empiricist
c. rationalist
b. pragmatist
d. utilitarianist
6. Specialization is knowing more and more
about less and less. Then it is better to be a
generalist, claims Teacher F. On which
philosophy does Teacher F lean?
a. Essentialism
c. Perennialism
b. Progressivism
d. Existentialism
7. The
greatest
happiness
lies
in
the
contemplative use of the mind, said Plato.
Tehrefore, let us give more opportunities for
out students to do_________
a. social interaction c. cooperative learning
b. role playing
d. introspection
8. When we convince our students that pleasure
is NOT the only good in life, we object to the
teachings of __________
a. skepticism
c. Epicureanism
b. stoicism
d. humanism
9. Teacher B teaches his/her students that
pleasure is NOT the highest
good. What
teacher
teaches
is
contrary
to
which
philosophy?
a. Empiricism
c. Hedonism
b. Realism
d. Idealism
10. An emphasis on the humanities is a reflection
of the ________ philosophy
a. progressivist
c. perennialist

b. essentialist
d. reconstructionist
11. Teacher L says: If it is billiard that brings
students out of the classroom, let us bring it
into the classroom. Perhaps, I can use it to
teach Math. To which philosophy does Teacher
L adhere?
a. Reconstructionism
c. Existentialism
b. Essentialism
d. Progressivism
12. Class schedule, list of competencies to master,
and uniform class requirements belong to a
school governed by the educational philosophy
of ________
a. various modes of assessing learning
b. Accommodating students learning styles
c. Sharing form multiple perspectives
d. Uniform requirements
13. Which practice-does NOT fit in a classroom that
recognizes individual differences?
a. Various modes of assessing learning
b. Accommodating students learning styles
c. Sharing from multiple perspectives
d. Uniform requirements
14. The practice of motivating students before we
proceed to our lesson proper is in accordance
with the law of__________
a. exercise
c. readiness
b. effect
d. belongingness
15. Pavlov is to classical conditioning as ________
is to operant conditioning
a. B.F. Skinner
c. J. Watson
b. J. Holt
d. A. Bandura
16. Which psychological theory states that the
mind insists on finding patterns in things that
contribute to the development of insight?
a. Gestalt psychology c. Piagets psychology
b. Bruners theory d. Kohlbergs psychology
17. If a student is encouraged to develop himself
to the fullest and must satisfy his hierarchy of
needs, the highest need is_________
a. belongingness
c. psychological need
b. self-actualization
d. safety needs
18. Which practice is based on Thorndikes
connectionism?
a. Make use of drill and rewards for students
to learn
b. Use collaborative learning often
c. Make use of mnemonics to aid students
memory
d. Link teaching and testing
19. Why is it sound to encourage our students to
define
terms
in
their
own
words?
Because______
a. students remember information better
when they mentally process it in some way
b. they ought to connect the terms that they
learn with other terms
c. this is one opportunity to brush up with
their English
d. defining the terms in their own words helps
them memorize the definition faster
20. Teacher L gives his students opportunities to be
creative because of his conviction that much
learning results from the need to express
creativity. On which theory is Teacher Ls
conviction anchored?_______ theory
a. Behaviorist
c. Cognitive
b. Associationist
d. Humanist

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21. Based on Freuds psychoanalytic theory, which


component/s of personality is/are concerned
with a sense of right or wrong?
a. Super ego and ego c. Ego
b. Id and Ego
d. Super ego
22. Which is a classroom application of this
principle. Students learn
more effectively
when they elaborate of new information. Ask
your students to ___________
a. write the principle five times
b. commit the principle memory
c. print the principle in bigger letters then put
in a place where they can read it time and
again
d. identify an application of the principle
23. Which teaching activity is founded on
Banduras social learning theory?
a. questioning c. inductive reasoning
b. modeling
d. interactive teaching
24. Which practice is an offshoot of B.F. Skinners
theory of operant conditioning?
a. ensuring mastery of language
b. use of programmed instruction
c. use of scaffolding
d. considering multiple intelligence
25. Teacher Z always checks on entry knowledge
and skills before she proceeds to her new
lesson. On which principle is Teacher Zs
practice grounded?
a. Effective teaching proceeds from the
concrete to the abstract
b. Learning increases when the lesson is
relevant
c. Attention is essential for learning
d. New learning builds on previous learning
26. The practice of starting school programs very
late points to the Filipinos ________
a. orientation only on the present
b. lack of discipline
c. poor teamwork
d. lack of initiative
27. In a research conducted by Sadker, it was
found out that male and female teachers are
more likely to call on male than female
students and are more likely to give positive
reinforcement to males correct responses than
to those of females. What does this point o?
Prevalence of ____in schools.
a. racial prejudice
c. ethnocentrism
b. multiculturalism
d. gender bias
28. To develop in the young, a sense of pride and
appreciation of our very own culture, which one
should schools do more?
I. Stress on the positive aspects of our Filipino
culture
II. Invite knowledgeable persons to discuss
events in our history for which we can be
proud
III. Study the lives of our heroes
a. I,II and III
c. I and III
b. II and III
d. I and II
29. Which program of the Department of Education
is an off shoot of the Filipino bayanihan spirit?
a. The Basic Education Curriculum
b. Every Child A Reader Program (ECARP)
c. Child-Friendly School System
d. Brigada Eskwela

30. According to psychologist Ormrod, considering


socio-cultural influences, who can serve as an
effective model for students motivation?
One who is___________
a. popular and loving
b. not like them in terms of race, socioeconomic status and cultural background
c. superior to them in age and position in life
d. similar to them in terms of race, socio
economic status and cultural background
31. The Continuous Progression Scheme (CPS) in
the elementary level in Philippines in the past
had as its objective _________
a. pupils progression according to capacity
b. equitable access to education
c. mastery of the 3 rs
d. mass promotion
32. Which is/are characteristic feature/s of the
2002 Basic Education Curriculum?
I. Constructivist
II. Inegrative
III. Essentialist
a. I only
c. II only
b. I and II
d. I,II and III
33. Which was perceived to be contrary to the
democratized access to education?
a. The Study-Now-Pay-Later Plan
b. The imposition on moratorium on pro-poor
courses
c. The granting of scholarships to a selected
few
d. The giving of the National College Entrance
Examination (NCEE)
34. Which program was wrongly understood to
mean all pupils pass, no one fails?
a. Mastery learning
b. Continuous Progression Scheme
c. Back-to-the-basics
d. Schools First Initiative
35. Which move liberalized access to education
during the Spanish period?
a. The hiring of tribal tutors to teach children
b. The provision of vocational training for
school age children
c. The establishment of at least one primary
school for boys and girls in each
municipality
d. The education of illiterate parents
36. Are elementary and secondary education
compulsory for all children of school age?
a. No, this violates parents and childrens
right to decide what is best for them and
their children
b. Yes, for all children regardless of age
c. Yes, that is why they are free of charge
d. No,
only
elementary
education
is
compulsory
37. Which is the main purpose of the compulsory
study of the Philippine Constitution in schools?
a. Acquaint students with the historical
development of the Philippine Constitution
b. Develop students into responsible, thinking
citizens
c. Equip students with the basic knowledge of
Philippine Constitution
d. Familiarize the students with the content of
the Philippine Constitution

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38. To which goals of educational institutions as


provided for by the Constitution is the
Development of work skills attuned?
a. To develop moral character
b. To develop vocational efficiency
c. To teach the duties of citizenship
d. To inculcate love of country
39. Which does basic education encompass?
I.
Early childhood education
II.
Elementary education
III.
Secondary education
IV.
Alternative learning system
V.
Education for Children with Special
Needs
a. I,II,III,IV and V
c. I,II,III and IV
b. I,II and III
d. I,II,III and V
40. The following are characteristics of child
friendly school EXCEPT:
a. child centered
c. not discriminating
b. gender sensitive
d. exclusive
41. Student X says: I must not cheat even if
everyone in class cheats. Never mind if I get
ostracized for that I will only cheat myself if I
do. Besides, cheating erodes peoples trusts
and relationships. I condemn cheating. In the
context of Kohlbergs moral development
theory, in what moral development level is
student X?
a. Pre-conventional
b. Post-conventional
c. Conventional
d. In
between
conventional
and
post
conventional
42. Which teaching practice is contrary the childs
multiple intelligence theory of Gardener?
a. Using portfolio as an alternative way of
assessing learning
b. Limiting the assessment of learning to
paper-and pencil tests
c. Utilizing varied ways of assessing learning
d. Encouraging the class to use creative ways
to show what was learned
43. Which statement on IQ and EQ is correct?
a. EQ
has
a
greater
contribution
to
performance than IQ
b. It is the blending of both IQ and EQ than
can make difference in performance
c. The contribution of IQ and EQ to
performance is dependent on factors like
age and gender
d. IQ
has
a
greater
contribution
to
performance the EQ
44. Peter, a Grade I pupil, is happy when he wins a
game but sulks when he doesnt. Which does
Peters behavior indicate?
a. Egocentrism c. Rigidity of thought
b. Egotism
d. Semilogical reasoning
45. Which learning principle is the essence of
Gardeners theory on Multiple intelligence?
a. almost all learners are linguistically
intelligent
b. Intelligence is not measured in one form
c. Learners have different IQ level
d. Learners have static IQ
46. Kendric, a Grade I pupil plays with his
classmates but cannot accept defeat. Based on
Piagets theory on cognitive development, in
what development stage is Kendric?

a. Sensorimotor
c. concrete operation
b. pre-operational
d. formal operation
47. According to the cvognivist, Jerome Bruner, for
the learner to sue information effectively, it
must be TRANSLATED into his TERMS. What is
an implication of this to the teacher?
a. To make him define the terms clearly
b. To use terms within the level of the pupils
understanding
c. To employ cooperative learning
d. To
teach
the
information
in
the
constructivist way
48. Based on Eriksons theory, what is the greatest
danger in the elementary school years for
childrens development?
The development of a sense of ________
a. identity confusion
c. guilt
b. isolation
d. inferiority
49. Fully convinced that it is not the right thing to
do, Johann convinces his classmates not to cut
classes. In which stage of moral development
is Johann?
a. conventional
b. between
conventional
and
postconventional
c. post-conventional
d. pre-conventional
50. When asked about her order in a restaurant, a
little girl tells the waiter yong kagaya
kahapon. With Piagets theory in mind, what is
the little girls behavior called?
a. Conservation
b. Reversibility
c. Pre-operational egocentrism
d. Transductive reasoning
51. The following terms refer to performance
objectives EXCEPT __________ objectives
a. teachers
c. learners
b. behavioral
d. lesson
52. Which objective in the affective domain is in
the lowest level?
a. To accumulate examples of authenticity
b. To support viewpoints against abortion
c. To respond positively to a comment
d. To formulate criteria for honestly
53. Here is a lesson objective in literature: Using
the six descriptions of the elements of a good
short story, identify in writing the six elements
in the short story by O. Henry with complete
accuracy. Applying Robert Magers principle on
writing performance objectives, which is the
criterion measure?
a. the six elements in the short story O.
Henry with complete accuracy.
b. identify in writing.
c. with complete accuracy.
d. using the six description of elements for a
short story.
54. Which statement on review is CORRECT?
a. It is a remedial measure for the slow
learners class
b. One of its purposes is to link the past with
the new lesson
c. It is repeating the lesson on previous day to
find out if students learned the lesson
d. Every lesson begins with a review
55. Edgar Dale found out that people generally
remember 10% of what they read but

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What does this imply to a teachers
instructional planning?
a. Plan a detailed lecture and provide the
students with your lecture outline.
b. Give many reading materials to the
students
c. Plan for an activity where students to the
real thing
d. Outline the lesson on the board
56. With blooms cognitive taxonomy in mind,
which objective is in the highest level?
a. To rate a project along relevance, originally
and craftsmanship
b. To state the assumption that underlies the
given statements
c. To state a generalization from data given
d. Tow rite a paragraph that observes unity,
coherence and variety
57. Study the lesson objectives hen answer the
question: After a discussion on how to make a
good rubric and given the criteria of a good
rubric, the students is able to evaluate a rubric
that he made.
What is/are lacking in the objective based on
Magers elements of a good objective?
a. Condition
b. Condition and criterion of success
c. performance behavior
d. criterion of success
58. Although learning can take place anywhere and
anytime, the more systematic the teacher, the
greater is the probability for success. This
points out the need for teachers to _________
a. set their teaching priorities
b. specify their objectives
c. select their instructional materials
d. plan their lesson
59. Using the six descriptions of elements of good
short story, IDENTIFY IN WRITING THE SIX
ELEMENTS IN THE SHORT STORY BY O. HENRY,
with complete accuracy. The words in capital
letters are referred to as the ___________
a. criterion of success
b. performance statement
c. condition
d. minimum acceptable performance
60. When should a teacher decide to use direct
instruction as a method?
a. When the subject matter is easy
b. When the subject matter is difficult
c. When the students will be able to
contribute substantially to the lesson
d. When the teacher is expert in direct
instruction
61. If teacher is concerned with the development
of students higher-order-thinking skills, then
his lesson objectives must go beyond
__________
a. analysis
c. recall
b. application
d. comprehension
62. For greater accountability of learning, our
lesson objectives must be SMART. T in the
acronym means
a. time bound
b. terminal
c. time bound and terminal
d. taxonomic

63. Which is in accordance with the with-it-ness


principle of classroom management of Kounin?
a. Students agree to disagree in class
discussion
b. Teacher is fully aware of what is happening
in his classroom
c. Student is with his teacher in everything he
teaches
d. both parents and teachers are involved in
the education of children
64. Which is a characteristics of an effective
classroom management?
a. coercive
c. imposed
b. reactive
d. preventive
65. Teacher G raises her eyebrows and tilts her
head to communicate a warning to Jones who
talks while she lectures. Which classroom
control technique did she use?
a. Proximity
c. prompting
b. name dropping
d. eye contact
66. Which seat arrangement has been proven to be
effective for learning?
a. Any seat arrangement to suit varied
learning styles
b. A combination of fixed and flexible
arrangement
c. Flexible to suit varied activities
d. Fixed
arrangement
to
maximize
instructional time
67. Which illustrates a proactive approach to
discipline?
a. Teacher starts giving rule only after a
violation of a rule
b. Teacher arranges the chairs to allow for a
smooth traffic flow
c. Teacher brings to the principal two boys
engaged in a fight
d. Teacher reprimands a misbehaving student.
68. With preventive discipline in mind, which does
NOT belong to the group?
a. Reactive
c. Inventive
b. Anticipatory d. Proactive
69. Which is a proactive management practice?
a. Tell them that you enforce the rules on
everyone, no exception
b. Set and clarify your rules and expectations
on Day 1
c. Punish the misbehaving pupils in the
presence of their classmates
d. Stress on penalty for every violation
70. Teacher D strives to draw participation of every
student into her classroom discussion. Which
student need is she trying to address? The
need to___.
a. show their abilities to the rest of the class
b. feel fulfilled
c. feel significant and be part of a group
d. be creative
71. Which can run counter to the encouragement
you give to your students to ask questions?
a. Knitted eyebrows when a question is raised
b. eye to eye contact
c. radiant face
d. An encouraging hand gesture.
72. To encourage class participation, which should
a teacher NEVER do?
a. ask non-directed questions
b. Call on non-volunteers to recite

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d. Reject a students response at once
73. Which question demands the highest level of
thinking?
a. what steps are followed in class reporting?
b. How should you present a report in class?
c. What conditions must be met for reporting
method to be effective?
d. Was the student reporting well done?
Support your answer
74. Presenting graphs of literacy rate and GNP of 5
countries, Teacher L asked his class this
question Based on what you see on the
graph, what is the relationship between literacy
rate and GNP? Noticing that no hand was
raised, Teacher L asked: What do you notice
about the GNP when literacy rate is high? What
about when literacy rate is low?
WHAT TECHNIQUE OF QUESTIONING DID
TEACHER EMPLOY?
a. verifying
c. rephrasing
b. leading
d. probing
75. Teacher Macrina asked her class this question:
How will you illustrate symbiosis to your
classmates? Teacher Macrinas questionis a
question that __________
a. leads the students to evaluate
b. makes the students to analyze
c. assesses cognition
d. probes creative thinking
76. Which questioning technique promotes more
classroom interaction?
a. Focusing on convergent questions
b. Calling on the students before asking the
question
c. Focusing on divergent questions
d. Asking rhetorical questions
77. One effective way to handle a correct response
is to give appropriate praise. Which of the
following describe an appropriate praise?
I. It matches the level of difficulty of the
question
II.
It is generously given
III.
It matches the quality of the response
given
IV.
It is heartily given
a. I and IV
c. II and IV
b. I,II,III and IV
d. I and III
78. Which is an evaluative question?
a. Why did the researcher make use of the
ethnographic method?
b. Do you agree with the way the action
research was conducted? Why or why not?
c. What research findings are most significant
to you?
d. Does the action research possess the
elements of a scholarly research? Why or
Why not?
79. To improve listening and speech skills, which
will be MOST appropriate?
a. Mock up
c. Radio
b. Recording
d. Audio recording
80. When you use the overhead projector for topic
presentation, point to the _____
a. OHP screen
c. OHP light
b. OHP slide
d. Projection wall

81. If there is truth to the statement A picture is


worth a thousand words, then for effective
teaching, what should teachers do?
Teacher should ___________
a. make use of visual aids as often as they
can
b. talk less and listen more
c. remain abstract in their teaching method
d. hang many pictures of heroes on the wall
82. Based on Edgar Dales Cone of experience,
which activity is farthest from the real thing?
a. Watch a demo
c. Hear
b. View images
d. Attend exhibit
83. Where do you make the correction of your
notes while using the overhead projector?
a. On the projection wall
b. On the screen
c. On the overhead projector
d. on the slide
84. The teaching machines of Skinner provided
_______ instruction
a. Evaluative
c. program
b. collaborative
d. recorded
85. Which can best help a Language teacher
develop her students pronunciation skills?
a. TV
c. computer
b. Audio recording
d. radio
86. A student memorized the pairs of nucleic acids
in the DNA by using initials of his loved ones.
Which device did he use?
a. Acrostic
c. Recall
b. Jingle
d. Mnemonic
87. For the picture smart the most effective
learning activities are ________
a. visual imaginations c. discussions
b. reflections
d. manipulatives
88. Which activity is most fit if teacher wants his
students to appreciate the value of teamwork?
a. group game
c. field rip
b. brainstorming
d. buzz group
89. I presented two potted ivy plans in class, one
very robust, the other stunted, I asked my
class to share me their thoughts on why one
looks healthy and the other not. In what type
of activity are my students engaged?
a. comparison
b. experimentation
c. drawing conclusion
d. hypothesis formulation
90. To elicit more students response, Teacher F
made use of covert responses. Which one did
she do?
a. She had the students privately write their
responses and keep them secretly.
b. She had the students share their responses
only with their seatmate
c. She told her students to cover their written
responses to prevent seatmates from
copying
d. She had the students write their responses
privately before showing the correct
answers on the overhead
91. Considering Filipino students passivity, with
which activity can you best develop students
questioning and interactive skills?
a. Instruct your students to listen closely to
your questions and ask them to comment
on them when asked

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b. After
every
lesson,
encourage
your
students to ask questions
c. After a lesson ask your student to write
down their questions for their classmates to
answer
d. Based on your lesson, assign your students
to write down their questions for them to
answer
92. After dividing her Values Education class into
small groups, Teacher B asked her students to
go through this activity: You are under nuclear
attack. The bomb shelter can allow only five
persons. Decide who must get in. This was
followed by class discussion. Which activity did
Teacher B use?
a. Game
c. Forum
b. Drama
d. Simulation
93. Which activity is meant for the kinesthetically
intelligent pupils?
a. Dance
b. Independent study
c. Individualized instruction
d. Cooperative learning
94. Which activity is most appropriate if I want my
students to get a graphic overview of the whole
lesson on figures of speech before I discuss
them one by one?
a. Topic outline
c. sentence outline
b. Venn diagram
d.
advance
organizer
95. Which should I use more if I want to counteract
the spirit of destructive competition among my
students?
a. Listening activities
b. self evaluation
c. concept miming
d. community involvement projects
96. Which activity should I use when I want to
generate possible topics for panel discussion?
a. task group
c. debate
b. forum
d. brainstorming
97. Which activity is good for organizing and
summarizing?
a. cartoons
c. power point presentation
b. interview
d. case study
98. If you want your pupils to master the
multiplication table, which activity is MOST fit?
a. reflection
c. simulation
b. game
d. drill
99. As a professional teacher, which one can renew
your enthusiasm to fight burnout?
a. Initiate changes in your job
b. Judge yourself as right and someone else
as wrong
c. stick to your job
d. engage in self-pity
100. Here is a prayer, Lord give the courage to
change those I can change the serenity to
accept those I cannot change and the wisdom
to know the difference. What is the right
attitude towards change as expressed in the
prayer?
a. Change only if you can
b. Resign yourself to things which are not
within your power to change
c. Take the initiative to introduce change
d. Welcome and work on change and submit
to those you cannot change

101. I want to teach a plants response to light


inductively. How will I proceed?
a. Draw plants response to light then explain
b. Show pictures of plants growing toward the
light then ask students draw their
conclusion on plants response to light
c. State plants response to light then prove
by showing examples
d. Make my students share their research on
phototropism
and
ask
one
another
questions
102. Which method has been proven to be
effective in the courses that stress acquisition
of knowledge?
a. cooperative learning c. mastery learning
b. Socratic method
d. lecture method
103. If a picture is worth a thousand words,
which teaching technique is preferred?
a. game
c. graphic organize
b. role playing
d. anecdote
104. For
integrative
purposes,
which
method/approach should be used?
a. metacognitive approach
b. cooperative learning
c. thematic approach
d. constructive approach
105. A master teacher, the resource speaker in
an in-service training, presented the situated
learning theory and encouraged her colleagues
to apply the same in class. Which did she
encourage her colleagues to do?
a. Application of lesson in real-life activities
b. Use of pro-active classroom management
c. Use of independent study as a method
d. creation of a conductive setting for tests
106. Teacher N developed a card game in which
pupils matched different fractions. The shapes
contained within each card were the same
while the number of parts shaded were
different. Which concept/ process was taught
by this activity?
a. sequencing fractions
b. equivalent fractions
c. proper and improper fractions
d. converting fractions
107. Which graphic organizer organizer is MOST
fit for sequencing steps of a process?
a. hierarchy diagram
c. venn diagram
b. flow chart
d. double cell diagram
108. Which is a characteristic of constructivist
teaching approach?
I.
metacognitive
II.
Reflective
III. Integrativ
a. I and II
c. I only
b. I,II and III
d. II only
109. Which would likely increase students
participation?
a. Emphasize on self-evaluation
b. Keep students in the same small groups
c. The teacher calls only on students who
raise their hands
d. Repeat questions for everybody to listen
110. In computer based instruction,w hich tool
can help you revise your short stories, essays
and other written work?
a. word processing
c. database
b. spreadsheet
d. desktop publishing
111. Which does NOT belong to the group?

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a. Cooperative learning
b. Thematic approach
c. Content-based instruction
d. multi-disciplinary approach
112. Which should I use when the lesson
involves tasks that are too large or difficult for
a single student to accomplish independently?
a. Computer based instruction
b. Direct instruction
c. Cooperative learning
d. Expository instruction
113. In the value clarification approach, which is
NOT appropriate for a teacher to do?
a. To help his/her students know what they
value
b. To pass judgment on student values
c. To share his/her own value
d. To listen to his/her students share what
they value
114. Teacher Lovelyn English as a second
language. In teaching a lesson about grocery
shopping, she makes use of vocabulary cards,
fill-in-the-blank sentences, dialogues, dictation,
and
writing
exercises.
Based
on
this
information, which of the following is a valid
conclusion? Teacher Lovelyn_________
a. was applying Blooms hierarchy of cognitive
learning
b. taught the used of varied techniques
because not all students learn in the same
manner
c. was emphasizing writing skills
d. wanted her students to talk more
115. Which will I AVOID if I have to do
responsive teaching?
a. Teach the textbook
b. Encourage students to work alone and with
peers
c. Teach for the test
d. Teach in multiple ways
116. Which is the first step in the goal-oriented
or outcome-based model of teaching?
a. establishing learning objectives
b. implementing learning activities
c. designing learning activities
d. Assessing learners entry capabilities
117. For effective comparison, which one can I
use?
a. Fishbone diagram
c. Metaphor
b. Webbing
d. Spider map
118. On which assumption is the use of the
Socratic method anchored?
a. There are lot of latent ideas in the childs
mind
b. The child;s mind is tabula rasa
c. The childs mind is an empty vessel
d. The childs needs to be motivated to learn
119. Which concept backs up the integrated
teaching approach?
a. The need to destroy communication
barriers
b. The necessity of the scientific method
c. The desire to became experts at least in
one field
d. The interrelatedness of concepts
120. With the directness of instruction as
criterion, which is LEAST direct?
a. Lecture
c. Deductive method

b. Cooperative learning d. Demonstration


121. Teachers are encouraged to make use of
authentic assessment. Which goes with
authentic assessment?
a. De-contextualized drills
b. Unrealistic performance
c. Answering multiple choice test items
d. Real world application of lessons learned
122. Which evaluation tool will be most reliable
in determining the students stage acquisition
of the value of punctuality?
a. Projective technique
b. Unobstructive observation
c. Opinionnaire
d. Likert scale
123. Which
assessment
activity
is
most
appropriate to measure the objective to
explain the meaning of molecular bonding for
the
group
with
strong
interpersonal
intelligence?
a. Write down chemical formulas and show
how they were derived
b. Build several molecular structures with
multi-colored pop beads
c. Draw diagrams that show different bonding
patterns
d. Demonstrate molecular bonding using
student as atoms
124. Can
paper-and-pencil
tests
diagnose
students ability to organize thoughts?
a. Yes, by way of the essay test
b. No, unless the multiple choice type of test
is made situational
c. Yes, by way of the selected response type
of test
d. No, they are limited only to simple recall
125. Which is the most reliable tool for seeing
the development in your pupils ability to write?
a. Interview of pupils c. Scoring rubric
b. Self-assessment
d.
Portfolio
assessment
126. Under what value measurement instrument
does sentence/story completion fall?
a. Moral dilemma
c. opinionnaire
b. Observation guide
d.
projective
technique
127. Id like to test whether a student knows
what a particular word means. Which should I
ask the student to do?
a. Give the word a tune then sing it
b. Define the word
c. Spell the word and identify its part of
speech
d. Give the etymology of the word
128. To what extent were the objectives of the
course met? This is the concern of the process
of ________evaluation
a. norm-referenced
b. authentic
c. criterion-referenced
d. formative
129. Which assessment tool can diagnose more
specific learning difficulties?
a. Sociogram
b. Journal entry
c. Analytic rubric
d. Holistic rubric

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130. Teacher G has NOT to wait for the end of


the term to find out how much his students
learned? With which does Teacher G agree?
a. Authentic evaluation
b. Formative evaluation
c. Norm-referenced evaluation
d. Summative evaluation
131. Which is the most authentic way of
measuring students ability to debate?
a. Let them watch debates on video and ask
them to identify strong and weak points
b. Ask them to outline the steps involved in a
debate and list down dos and donts
c. Have your students witness a debate and
ask them to evaluate the debate after
d. Organize a debate in class and have them
debate on a controversial issue
132. To ensure mastery of a cognitive lesson,
which assessment tool is most appropriate?
a. pre-test and post-test
b. summative test
c. essay test
d. objective test
133. In the light of the facts presented, what is
most likely to happen when? is a sample
thought question on _________
a. generalizing
c. justifying
b. concluding
d. inferring
134. Here is a test item: DISTANT: NEAR as
GENUINE _______. This test is a/an _______
a. Analogy
c. metaphor
b. riddle
d. completion
135. State a set of principles that can explain
the following events is a test item on _______
a. relating cause-and-effect
b. summarizing
c. generalizing
d. predicting
136. READ AND ANALYZE THE MATCHING OF
TEST GIVEN BELOW:
Direction: match Column A with Column B.
Write only the letter of your answer at the
blank column on the left.
______1.
______2.
______3.
______4.
______5.
______6.

Column A
Jose Rizal
Ferdinand Marcos
Corazon Aquino
Manila
November 30
Banawe Rice terraces
Column B

a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.

Considered the 8th wonder of the world


The national hero of the Philippines
National Heroes Day
The first woman President of the Philippines
The capital of the Philippines
The President of the Philippines who served
the longest

What is WRONG with the test?


a. It contains less than ten items
b. It is NOT a reliable test
c. Columns A and B in the wrong place
d. It does not measure what supposed to be
the measure

137. I am going to construct a periodic test.


Which is the first thing for me to do?
a. Go back to my instructional objectives
b. Study the content of my lessons
c. Decide on the number of test items
d. Decide on the type of test of construct
138. Study this matching type of test. Then
answer the question below
_____1. Measure of relationship
_____2. Measure of central tendency
_____3. Binet-Simon
_____4. statistical test of mean difference
_____5. measure of variability
a. mean
b. standard deviation
c. rho
d. t-ratio
e. intelligence testing movement
WHICH IS A WAY TO IMPROVE THE ABOVE
MATCHING TEST?
a. Add five items in both columns
b. Add one or two items in the right column
c. Add ten items in both columns to make the
test more comprehensive
d. Add one or two items in the left column
139.
Study this multiple choice test, then
answer the question
How may you check whether an egg is fresh?
a. By the smoothness of the shell
b. There is a shadow when it is seen against a
candle light
c. it sinks in water
d. It moves when shaken
WHAT
a.
b.
c.
d.
140.

IS WRONG WITH THE TEST ITEM?


The correct answer is obvious
The options are not grammatically parallel
The distracters are not effective
B is a very long option in comparison with
the rest
Whats defective with this test?

The Philippines ___________


a. is in Southeast Asia
b. has a democratic form of
government
c. belongs to the Third World
d. is the most thickly populated in
Southeast
Asia
a. it has
no distracter

b. The stem is very short


c. it has several correct answer
d. The stem does not contain the question
141. A test item begins with these words: IN
THE LIGHT OF THE FACTS PRESENTED, WHAT
IS MOST LIKELY TO HAPPEN WHEN?
THIS TEST ITEM IS A QUESTION ON
_________
a. summarizing
b. inferring
c. relating cause and effect
d. applying
142. Which is a way to improve the following
item?

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Clay can be used for ___________


a. making hollow blocks
b. making pots
c. garden soil
a.
b.
c.
d.
143.

make the options equal in length


Make the stem of the question longer
Add 2 o more options
Add the word making to garden soil
option C

Here is a lesson objective: to


reduce fractions to their lowest
term.

Which is a valid test item to test the


attainment of this objective?
a. Which is the equivalent of 8/12?
a. 2/3 b. 3/4
c. 4/6
d. 16/24
b. Reduce 2/4, 6/8, 3/9, 4/10 and 8/12 to
their lowest terms
c. What is a fraction
d. How do you reduce a fraction to its lowest
term
144. Study this group of test which administered
with the following results, then answer the
question
Subject
Mean
SD
SOCS SCORE
MATH
56
10
43
PHYSICS 41
9
31
ENGLIS
80
16
109
H
On the basis of Socs Scores, what type learner
is Soc? More of the _______
a. kinesthetic type
c. linguistic type
b. spatial type
d. logical type
145. STUDY THE TABLE BELOW THEN ANSWER
THE QUESTION:
SCORES
PERCENT
OF
STUDENTS
0-59
2%
60-69
8%
70-79
39%
80-89
38%
90-100
13%
What percent of the students scores are below
70?
a. 10% b. 28%
c. 2%
d. 8%
146. Which graph suggest the relationship that
exists between to sets of data?
a. Histograph
c. Pictograph
b. Scattergraph
d. Frequency polygon
147. Which is implied by a positively skewed
score distribution?
a. Most of the scores are low
b. The mean, median, and mode are equal
c. The mode is low
d. Most of the scores are high
148. Teacher Lorelle does norm referenced
interpretation of scores. Which of the following
does she do?
a. She uses a specified content as frame
reference

b. She describes the class performance


against a set level of mastery
c. She compares individual students scores
with other students scores
d. She describes what should be every
individual students performance.
149. What can be said of student performance in
a negatively score distribution?
a. Most students did quite well
b. Almost all students had an average
performance
c. A few students performed excellently
d. Most students performed poorly
150. The results of National Achievement Test
(NAT) are interpreted against a set mastery
level. This means that NAT is categorized as
a/an _____ test
I.
Criterion-referenced
II.
norm-referenced
a. I only
c. II only
b. Either I and II
d. Neither I or II

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