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Using the principles of teaching as a guide, “describe how you

would solve the following problem situation” is a simple thought
1. Honesty remains a value if nobody in an organization values it. This question on _________
pronouncement comes from the mouth of a (an) ___________. a. Synthesizing b. Summarizing
a. Pragmatist b. Idealist c. Applyingd. Analyzing
c. Reconstructionist d. Progressivist
13. Which statement on IQ test is wrong?
2. I cannot help but the Sister’s convent, which served as my boarding a. It measures fixed potential.
house in high school now that I’m in a noisy boarding house. Which b. It can be enriched by environmental experiences.
principle of association explains this? c. It measures current performance.
a. similarity b. contiguity d. It can be advanced by maturational changes.
c. frequency d. contrast
14. I use the gumamela to teach the parts of a complete flower. Later,
3. Which Piagetian term refers to one’s inability to distinguish between the flowers will be studied in comparison to the gumamela. Which
one’s own perspective and someone else’s? teaching method did I use?
a. Autism b. Conservation a. Type- study b. Laboratory
c. Centration d. Egocentrism c. Discovery d. Problem Solving

4. The use of multi- level materials enables a teacher to do. 15. When the teacher Michelle presents sets of data then asks the
a. Review students to enter a conclusion, generalization or a pattern of
b. Tutoring relationship which method does she use?
c. application of lesson a. Unit b. Type
d. differentiated instruction
c. Inductive inquiry d. Process
5. Which process does not fall under extrapolation?
16. The claim of a benefactor to the gratitude of his protégé is an
a. Inferring b. Predicting
c. Concluding d. Observing example of a ___________.
a. Acquired right b. Perfect right
6. Which teaching technique develops creative thinking by the use of c. Imperfect right d. Alienable right
comparison and analogy?
17. The last year of pre- service education students is student teaching.
a. Heuristic b. Aesthetic
c. Synectic d. Intrinsic Student teaching may be classified as ________.
a. Simulation b. Role Playing
7. Which is a typical characteristic of the adolescent? c. Demonstration d. Field trip
a. Reasonable and secure
b. Feels intense emotions and sense of disequilibrium 18. At ranged in order, the steps of the goal- oriented instructional
c. Slow but steady physical growth model include.
d. Passive and obedient a. Pre- assessment, specification of objectives, instruction,
8. In which stage of development does the child’s group begin to exert b. Pre- assessment, specification of objectives, motivation,
a tremendous influence on the child’s attitudes and behavior? instruction
a. Late childhood b. late adolescence c. Specification of objectives, instruction, pre- assessment,
c. Early adolescence d. Middle childhood evaluation
d. Specification of objectives, pre- assessment,
9. Which is NOT an element of cooperative learning? instructions, evaluation
a. Positive interdependence
b. Group accountability for learning 19. A sufficient wait time can achieve the following
c. Individual’s accountability for learning
EXCEPT___________ .
d. Face to face interaction
a. Provides time for teacher to evaluate the answers given
b. Decreases the amount of guessing or wrong interferences
10. The reading teacher stays 30 minutes daily after class and teaches
c. Increases the number of correct responses
the slow readers how to read. What is the practice called? d. Discourages slow and fast thinking students to respond
a. make- up class
b. enrichment activity 20. As a naturalists, Jean Jacques Rousseau claimed that everyone is
c. remedial instruction
essentially good. This view can help the teacher best when
d. development reading
a. knowing the students potentials
11. Mrs. Ramos provided reading materials of varying levels of difficulty c. dealing with misbehaving students
to the three groups of learners. Which principle is implemented by her b. teaching the students some values
action? d. help the fast learners in class
a. Focus on individual’s need to achieve
b. Help each student attain goals 21. If we teach our students, to think creatively, what do we encourage
c. Focus on student attention them to do?
d. Provide informative feedback a. Do “outside- the box” thinking
c. To question the illogical
b. To criticize the unreasonable c. Why should I care if they me or not?
d. Think “within the box” d. What is it about me that they do not like?

22. A catalyst teacher is good at the following skills, EXCEPT 33. Which test is given to determine the admission or non- admission of
a. Requiring uniform reports. the student to the program?
b. Making effective use of cooperative learning techniques. a. Placement b. Achievement
c. Executing inquiry teaching. c. Aptitude d. Diagnostic
d. Asking thought- provoking questions.
34. Which question demands the highest level of thinking?
23. What recent education development relates to perennialism? a. How should you present a report in class?
a. Individualizing the learning experience and activities. b. Was the student reporting well done? Support you answer.
b. Suiting the strategies to the students’ learning style c. What steps they followed in class reporting
c. Exercising the students higher order thinking skills (HOTS) d. What conditions must be met for reporting method to be effective?
d. Having drills and rote activities that develop learning skills habits.
35. “The State shall protect and promote the right of all citizens to
24. As a teacher you are a rationalist. Which among these will be your quality education at all levels”. Which government program is in support
guiding principle? of this?
a. I must teach the child so he is assured of heaven. a. Primary schools for indigenous peoples
b. I must teach the child that we can never have real knowledge of b. Deregulated tuition fee hike
anything. c. Re- introduction of the NEAT and NSAT
c. I must teach the child to develop his metal powers to the full. d. Exclusion of children with special needs from the formal
d. I must teach the child every knowledge, skill and the value that he system
needs for a better future.
36. In Piaget’s concrete operational stage, what is it that a child
25. Variance, standard deviation, and range are all measures of CANNOT do?
________________. a. Reasoning applied to specific example.
a. Correlation b. Grouping b. Doing mentally what was just physically done
c. Variability d. Central Tendency c. Classifying objects into different sets
d. Imagining the steps necessary to complete an algebraic
26. Which is a characteristic of a dyslexic child? equation
a. hard up in writing and spelling
b. attention- getter 37. Under what type of guidance service does the concern of schools to
c. out of focus put students into their most appropriate courses fall?
d. hyperactive a. Research service b. Individual inventory service
c. Placement service d. Information service
27. Writing an original essay is an example of which level of objective in
the cognitive domain? 38. Which is an advantage of teacher- made tests over those
a. Application b. Analysis standardized test?
c. Synthesis d. Evaluation a. highly reliable b. better to the needs of the pupils
c. highly valid d. more objectively scored
28. Which curricula were implemented immediately before the
restructured Basic Education Curriculum? 39. Which refers to the Filipino trait of practicing conflicting values in
a. NESC and NSEC b. NSEC and 2-2 plan
different venues and with different social groups?
c. NESC and 2-2 plan d. PRODED and SEDP
a. Crab mentality c. Procastination
b. “Kanya- kanya” mentality d. Existential intelligence
29. Helping in the development of graduates who are “maka- diyos” is
an influence of ___________. 40. Student D says “bahala na” and braves the storm for a test. In this
a. situational morality c. naturalistic morality
situation which is expressed by the students “bahala na”?
b. classical Christian morality d. dialectical morality
a. Lack of self- reliance
30. Which principle was observed by Ausubel’s schema theory? c. Lack of foresight
a. Teachers must presume that learners know everything b. Willingness to take risks
b. There is no need to provide background information d. Indolence
c. Children can be taught how to study
d. Learners have stock knowledge of things based on 41. Miss Cruz is teaching a three- year old boy how to put on his shirt.
background information and experiences She might first reward him for placing his right arm in the right sleeve,
then the left arm in the left sleeve, then buttoning the front of the shirt,
31. Which term refers to the collections of student’s products and then tucking the shirt into his pants. The technique is called.
accomplishments for a period of evaluation purposes? a. conditioning b. fading
a. Portfolio b. Diary c. chaining d. reinforcement
c. Observation report d. Anecdotal record
42. According to Erikson’s theory, the child aged three to five is largely
32. Some of your students don’t seem to like you as a teacher. If you a. mischievous b. ego- centric
will regard situation on the level of the ego, what will you most likely c. lazy d. altruistic
think about it?
43. Teacher B wants to check prior knowledge of his pupils about water
a. To hell with them
b. What wrong have I done to deserve this? pollution. She writes the main topic water pollution in the center of the
chalkboard and encircles it. Then she asks the pupils to provide
information that can be clustered around the main topic. Which 54. Teacher Z instructs her class to refer to the dictionary in correcting
technique did the teacher employ? their spelled words. Which particle is exemplified?
a. deductive teaching b. demonstration a. Curriculum indigenization
c. Semantic mapping d. Particularism b. Computer- assisted instruction
c. Multi- level instruction
44. Conducting follow up studies of graduates and drop out id guidance d. Self- evaluation
service that falls under.
a. individual inventory service 55. In research, which is the dependent variable?
c. counseling service a. Stimulus b. Input
b. research service c. Attribute d. Predictor
d. placement service
56. What is the mean of this score distribution: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10?
a. 8.5 b. 6
45. Teacher M helps pupils determine the pronunciation and meanings
c. 7.5 d. 7
of words by analyzing roots, affixes, and derived forms. This process is
called. 57. Which statement correctly applies to student who got a score of 72
a. contextual attack in the test?
c. blending sounds a. He surpassed the scores of 72 students
c. phonetic analysis b. He correctly answered 72% of the items in the test
d. structural analysis c. He obtained a raw score of 72
d. He answered only items in the test
46. James, age 7, was removed from his class frequent fights with
other children. He refused to be disciplined and was to focus in class 58. Which measure (s) of central tendency can be determined by mere
only for a very short time. He has also frequent tantrums. He is inspection?
suffering from. a. Median b. Mode
c. Mean d. Mode & Median
a. Mental retardation
b. Down Syndrome 59. Teacher C adds the number of cases and 1 over 2 to obtain
c. Attention_- Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) a. mode b. median
d. Learning disability c. median and mode d. mean

47. The basic needs in the hierarchy of needs must be met so that 60. It is not wise to laugh at a two- year old child when he utters bad
learning will effectively take place. This expresses the theory of. words because in his stage he is learning to:
a. Rogers b. Murray a. Consider other’s views c. Socialize
c. Homey d. Maslow b. Distinguish right and wrong d. Distinguish sex
48. The first American teachers in the Philippines were differences
a. elementary graduates
b. graduates of the normal school 61. Mothers who demand their 3 to 5 children to spend their time in
c. missionaries serious academic study forget that early childhood is the
d. soldiers a. questioning age c. initiative age
b. pre- school age d. toy age
49. Which instructional aid requires pupils to verbalize?
a. Diorama b. Brainstorming 62. Which refers to a single word or phrase that tells the computer to do
c. Sociodrama d. Graph something with a program or file?
a. Computer program c. Password
50. Learning is enhanced when b. Command d. Computer language
a. the learner competes with his classmates
b. the teacher expresses his disappointment with low scores 63. To determine student’s entry knowledge and skills that test should
c. the expectation of success is high be given?
d. the learner is under stress and is challenged a. Aptitude b. Standardized
c. Diagnostic d. Placement
51. Which is a teaching approach for kindergarten that makes real
world experiences of the child the focal point of educational 64. What is the mode in the following score distribution: 96, 97, 98, 97,
stimulation? 93, 90, 89, 97, 81, and 80?
a. Montessori approach c. traditional approach a. 96 b. 98
c. Eclectic approach d. Situational approach c. 97 d. 33
52. The use of mnemonics helps a pupils ___________ information. 65. If a teacher is concerned with the development of student’s higher
a. analyze b. understand
order thinking skills, his lesson objectives must go beyond.
c. apply d. remember
a. Analysis b. Recall
c. Comprehension d. application
53. Which program was adopted to provide universal access to basic
education to eradicate illiteracy? 66. Which statement on counseling is FALSE?
a. “Paaralan- sa- Bawat- Barangay” a. The ultimate goal of counseling is greater happiness on the
b. Education for All
part of the counselee.
c. Values Education Framework
b. For counseling to be successful, the counselee is willing to
d. Science and Education Development Plan
participate in the process.
c. The school counselor is primarily responsible for counseling he had previously taken out on his mother’s life. Was the son
d. Counseling is the program that includes guidance. accountable for the death of his mother and the other passengers?
a. Yes. He may have been directly interested only in the
67. A test item has a difficulty index of .81 and discrimination index of . insurance money but directly as foreseen consequence, he
13. What should the test constructor do? willed the death for all passengers.
a. Retain the item c. Revise the item b. No. He did not directly the death of his mother and the other
b. Make it a bonus ite d. Reject the item
c. No, if he refused to get the insurance money after the incident.
68. Which is the final, indispensable component of a lesson plan?
d. Yes, if he got the insurance money after the death.
a. Assignment b. References
c. Activity d. Evaluation
79. Which software allows teachers and students to write, edit, and
69. For mastery of learning in a certain subject, which type of testing is polish assignments and reports?
a. Spreadsheets b. Word processing
a. Formative testing c. Aptitude c. Database d. Graphics
80. To have a test with a wide coverage, power to test analytical
b. Criterion reference testing d. Norm reference testing
70. Which is NOT included in item analysis? thinking and ease of scoring. Which type should teachers use?
a. Determining the percentage equivalent of the cut off score a. Completion b. Short answer
b. Identifying the highest score c. Alternate response d. Multiple choice
c. Determining the cut off score
d. Determine the effectiveness of distracters 81. What does a conservative Filipino student experience when she
71. The first thing to do in constructing a periodic test is for a teacher migrates to the United States and witness for herself public display of
to. affection?
a. decide on the type of test to conduct a. Acculturation b. Culture shock
b. go back to her instructional objective c. Colonial mentality d. Enculturation
c. decide on the number of items for the test
d. study the content 82. In what way can teachers uphold the highest possible standards of
quality education?
72. The strengthening of liberal education which includes classical a. By working out undeserved promotions.
literature in the curriculum is based on the thought of the b. By putting down other professions to lift the status of teaching
a. rationalists b. hedonists c. Wearing expensive clothes to change people’s poor perception of
c. humanists d. stoics teachers
d. By continually improving themselves personally and
73. Which statement of human right is CORRECT? professionally
a. Human rights are unlimited.
b. Human right is a moral power not a physical power. 83. Which learning activity is most appropriate if teacher’s focus is
c. All human rights are inalienable. attitudinal change?
d. Human right is might. a. Field trip b. Role play
c. Game d. Exhibit
74. Which is an example of an alienable right?
a. Right to possess a house through inheritance 84. Which questioning practice promotes more class interaction?
c. Right to alms a. Asking rhetorical questions.
b. right to life b. Focusing on convergent actions.
d. Right to marry c. Focusing in divergent questions.
d. Calling a student to answer before asking the question.
75. It is an area of philosophy which deals on the nature of knowledge
and the best methods of teaching is 85. Which holds true to norm- reference testing?
a. Epistemology b. Metaphysics a. comparing individual’s performance to the average
c. Ethics d. Aesthetics performance of a group
b. Determining tasks that reflect instructional objectives
76. To occupy a government position, one has to pass an examination c. Constructing test items in term of instructional objective
on Confucian thought. From whom did this influence come? d. Identifying an acceptable level of mastery in advance
a. Hebrews b. Chinese
c. Hindus d. Greeks 86. The mode of a score distribution is 25. This means that
a. twenty- five is the average of the score distribution.
77. Who was a strong supporter of inclusive education and “education b. twenty- five is the score that occurs least.
c. twenty- five (25) is the score that occurs most
for all” concept?
d. there is no score of 25.
a. Dewey b. Hegel
c. Rousseau d. Kung- fu- tsu
87. If a teacher gets the difference between the highest and lowest
78. A son put a time bomb in the luggage of his mother who took it score, he obtains the ________
a. range b. standard deviation
abroad a Philippine airline. The bomb exploded while the airplane was
c. level of difficulty d. median
in flight killing the mother and forty other passengers. Although the
motive of the criminal act was never revealed by the son, he aroused 88. Which one described the percentile rank of a given score?
suspicion, when he named himself beneficiary to an insurance policy a. The percent of cases of a distribution within the given score
b. The percent of cases of a distribution above the given score
c. The percent of cases of a distribution below and above a given score a. Inductive b. Deductive
d. The percent of cases of a distribution below the given score c. Transductive d. Interactive

89. To the rationalist, which is the highest faculty of a man? PROF.ED TEST 2
a. Senses b. Reason
c. Emotion d. Will 1. A stage in which stones implements were polished and keenly
sharpened, thus being made for superior to their earlier prototypes;
90. The index of difficulty of a particular test is .10. What does this shelter was created out of materials converted from their natural state
mean? My student’s ___________. into blocks, beams or boards.
a. found the test item was neither easy nor difficult a. Eolithic b. Neolithic
b. performed very well against expectation c. Paleolithic d. Primitive
c. were hard up in that item
d. gained mastery over that item 2. Whose educational theorist states that within the consciousness of
the individual, within the moral nature of man is to be found the
91. Jose reads WAS for SAW or D for P or B. from his reading determination of the aim of life and purpose of education?
behavior, one can say that Jose suffers from ___________. a. Aristotle b. Plato
a. dysgraphia b. dyslexia c. Socrates d. Quintillan
c. dysphasia d. dyspraxia
3. To whom do Filipinos owe the widespread Philippine educational
92. If you want a child to eliminate an undesirable behavior, punish him. system today?
a. The first Filipino political leader’s c. The Japanese
This in accordance with Thorndike’s law of ____________.
b. The Americans d. The Spaniards
a. multiple response b. reinforcement
c. exercise d. effect 4. The aim of this education is for the salvation of individual souls
through moral physical disciplines and self- desire.
93. In which cognitive development stage is a child unable to a. Scholasticism b. Monasticism
distinguish between his own perspective and someone else’s? c. Chivalric education d. Humanism
a. Pre- operational stage c. Sensorimotor stage
b. Concrete operational stage d. Formal- operational 5. A movement based on the belief that education should be concerned
with actualities of life, in effect it was a form of protest against the
94. Which developmental stage is sometimes called the pre- school formalism of humanist and the religious reformers.
years? a. Reformation Movement c. Realist Movement
a. Middle childhood b. Adolescence b. Idealist Movement d. Humanism Movement
c. Early childhood d. Late Infancy
6. Branches of Philosophy that deals with the problems of values that
95. According to Piaget’s theory, in which developmental stage can the include ethical, aesthetic, religious and social values.
child do symbolic thinking and go beyond the connection of sensory a. Logic b. Axiology
information and physical action? c. Epistemology d. Metaphysics
a. Pre- operational b. Concrete operational
7. An act that requires education graduates to take a licensure test
c. Formal operational d. Sensorimotor
under the supervision of the PRC.
a. R.A. No. 7722 b. R.A. No. 7784
96. In which competency do the students find greatest difficulty? In the
c. R.A. No. 7836 d. R.A. No. 4670
item with the difficulty index of __________.
a. .10 b. 90 8. It refers to the quantitative changes in an individual as he progress in
c. 1.0 d. .50 chronological age.
a. Development b. Growth
97. What psychological principle is invoked when a teacher connects c. Education d. Maturation
the new lesson to the one just completed so that the student may gain
a holistic view of the subject? 9. Believes that child’s cognitive development follows a well- defines
a. Conceptualization b. Recognition sequence of stage whereby they acquire structures and schemes that
c. Stimulation d. Apperception enable them to deal with the world.
a. Jean Piaget b. Sigmund Freud
98. Which teaching method is intended primarily for skill and concept c. Erik Erikson d. Laurence Kohlberg
mastery by way of practice?
a. Project b. Supervised study 10. A process of creating a new scheme after an individual’s interaction
c. Drill d. Review with the environment.
a. Equilibration b. Accommodation
99. What is the possible effect of an overcrowded curriculum? c. Assimilation d. Maturation
a. In- depth learning tends to be given greater emphasis
b. Lifelong learning skills tend to be fully developed 11. In what level of Moral Development which judgments are based on
c. There is lack of personal analysis and reflection on major the norms of expectations of the group?
concepts a. Post- conventional morality c. Theory of moral development
d. There is greater concept of understanding b. Pre- conventional morality d. Conventional morality

100. Teacher D begins her lesson with concrete life experiences then 12. The theory where in association between a conditioned stimulus a
leads her students to abstraction. Which method does she employ? response is strengthened by repeated presentation with the
unconditional stimulus.
a. Connectionism theory c. Operant conditioning
b. Classical Conditioning d. Social Learning theory

13. Factors affect learning that made through the use of audio- visual 25. Experimentation in Science laboratory classes is an example of
aids, review, drills and other means is _________. a. Cognitive Learning
a. Motivation b. Extinction b. Sensory Motor Learning
c. Reinforcement d. Interest c. Affective Learning
d. Association Learning
14. Learning is strengthened if it results to satisfaction but weakened if
it results to annoyance is _________. 26. Learning which involves acquisition of attitudes, ideas, judgment
a. Law of Effect b. Law of Exercise and knowledge concerning values that may result from experience.
c. Law of Readiness d. all of the above a. Problem- solving Learning b. Association Learning
c. Affective Learning d. Cognitive Learning
15. Whose thought is this: “Although there is an external world from
which human beings acquire sensory in formation, ideas originate from 27. One way of studying the human mind is through looking into one’s
the workings of the mind.” own self find out his own conscious feelings or sensations.
a. Rationalist b. Existentialist a. Introspection b. Psychoanalysis
c. Empiricist d. Pragmatist c. Behaviorism d. Imagination

16. It is the study of man’s pre- history through the buried remains of 28. His theory focused on the problem of what people do with
ancient culture, skeletal remnants of human beings. information to achieve generalized in sights.
a. Anthropology b. Archeology a. Kohler b. Brunner
c. Ethnology d. Ethnography c. Kohlberg d. Watson

17. It is the strong ideas of right and wrong which embody the moral 29. How a child talks or gestures which have been learned from models
views of the group. he has been exposed to is an example of.
a. Folkways b. Culture a. Insight Learning
c. Taboo d. Mores c. Instrumental Conceptualism
b. Social Learning Theory
18. It is the belief in supernatural spirits who are presumably interfering d. Programmed Learning
with the man’s affairs.
a. Animism b. Fatalism 30. The desire or tendency of people who went to be with other people
c. Euphemism d. Rationalism particularly people of their own kind is.
a. Group b. Gregariousness(sociability)
19. It is the desire to be accepted by his fellowmen for what he is and to c. Association d. Social Group
be treated according to his status.
a. Pakikisama b. Go- between 31. It is an example of the Law of Effect.
c. social acceptance d. Hiya a. constant repetition of reciting a poem
b. learning to read
20. If you believe that the child’s mind in TABULA RASA, in what c. reviewing a lessons
process will you engage the child to learn? d. tendency to repeat and learn to interpret the poem taught
a. Sensory impressions b. Reasoning
c. Reflections d. Metacognition 32. The philosophical doctrine that emphasizes the role of experience
rather than the role of reason as the source of knowledge.
21. A pre- school child says: “That tree pushed the leaf off, and it fell a. Pragmatism b. Empiricism/Pragmatism
down.” This shows that the pre- school child believes that inanimate c. Progressivism d. Functionalism
objects have lifelike qualities and are capable of action. This belief is
called ______ 33. Believes in the doctrine that there is an indispensable common core
a. symbolism b. animation of culture that can be identified and should be taught to all with
c. realism d. animism religious standards of achievements.
a. Idealism b. Existentialism
22. Stage when at the onset of puberty, feelings is directed toward c. Empiricism d. Essentialism
other persons of opposite sex.
a. Latency Stage b. Genital 34. His aim of education is individual not a preparation for but
c. Anal Stage d. Phallic Stage participation in the life around the individual.
a. Froebel b. Spencer
23. A theory which describes how the intellect develops and comes to c. Herbart d. Pestalozzi
know and understand the world.
a. Psychological Theory 35. Which philosophy approves of a teacher who lectures most of the
c. Psychoanalysis Theory time and requires his students to memorize the rules of grammar?
b. Theory of Moral Development a. Pragmatism b. Existentialism
d. Cognitive Theory c. Realism d. Idealism

24. Stage in cognitive development was children begin to learn symbols 36. Which of the following abilities is stressed by humanistic education?
system and concepts, acquire concepts and learn to add and subtract. a. Enjoy the great works of man such as the classics.
a. Formal Operation Stage b. Learn the different philosophies of education.
c. Concrete Operation Stage c. Make man distinctly civilized, educated and refined.
b. Pre- operation Stage d. Develop men into a thinking individual.
d. Sensory Motor Stage
37. Which of the following is an example of linguistic over extension
that a 2- year old might make?
a. saying “bye- bye” to indicate that he or she wants to go out
b. pointing to a cat and saying “doggie” 49. Which of the following is NOT a guidance role of the classroom
c. repeating certain syllables, such as “ma- m a- ma” teacher?
d. reversing word order, such as “want it, paper” a. Psychological Test Administrator
c. Human Potential Discoverer
38. “Sometimes it may better to make wrong decisions when a decision b. Listener- Adviser
is urgent to make a “right” decision too late” a thought encourage by d. Total Development Facilitator
a. Rationalist b. Progressivist 50. How many classroom teacher help a learner client regain self-
c. Realist d. Existentialist confidence after going through a personal crisis?
a. Assign him as peer counselor
39. Which among the following objectives in the psychomotor domain is b. Recommend him for transfer to another class
the highest in level? c. Make solutions to future problems readily available
a. To contract a muscle d. Provide him with continued understanding and support
c. To distinguish distant and close sound
b. To run a 100- meter dash 51. Which stage of the counseling process does decision- making takes
d. To dance the basic steps of the waltz place?
a. Establishing rapport
40. Which instructional aids pupils to perform? c. Acting on the concerns
a. Mock- up b. Film b. Focusing on concerns
c. Pantomime d. Comic books d. Closure or termination

41. Which of the following best describes counseling as a profession? 52. Which type of test would yield significant data for a region- wide
a. Help- oriented b. Problem- focused assessment of school performance?
c. Teaching – related d. Process- directed a. Aptitude b. Achievement
c. Evaluation d. Placement
42. The person extending professional assistance to another during the
counseling process is referred to as. 53. Ms. Tapla is designing a Values Formation Program for a group of
a. counselor b. psychologist high school students. Which type of test should she use to assess the
c. teacher counselor d. clinical psychologist needs of the target participants?
a. Interest Test b. Aptitude Test
43. The developmental focus of the guidance process suggests that it. c. Intelligence Test d. Personality Test
a. Follows definite phases and stages
c. Is characterized by varied changes 54. If the school guidance program is highly academic oriented, the
b. Entails much time and effort _________ principle is not properly observed.
d. Facilitates changes in all aspects a. Holistic Development
b. Confidentiality of information
44. Which of the following qualifications may best ensure the c. Independence in Decision- Making
professional competence of the school counseling personnel? d. Adherence to Professional Standards
a. Work experience b. Educational Training
c. Length of service d. Honors and awards 55. In line with the principle of professional competence, it is the
responsibility of the counseling team members to.
45. How may education and guidance support and complement each a. stand up for the basic rights
other to the learner’s advantage? b. enhance their counseling skills
a. Designating teachers to guidance position c. respect the worth and dignity of the client
b. Assigning guidance responsibilities to teachers d. observe strictly the professional standards
c. Consulting students in guidance program planning
d. Integrating guidance and counseling in daily 56. What should a classroom teacher do if a learner with a serious
lessons emotional problem seeks his/her assistance?
a. Personally handle the case
46. The enhancement of the learner’s decision making skills is b. Refer the learner to the school counselor
premised on the belief that he/she has the right and capability to. c. Consult the principal to what course of action to take
a. formulate life goals d. Tell the learner’s parents to bring him/her to a psychologist outside
c. receive maximum assistance the school
b. make independent choices
d. develop potentials to the optimum 57. Which of the following best describes the individual inventory
service of the guidance program?
47. When a teacher consistently fuses problem solving and coping a. The administration of psychological test to the clients
skills in her teaching guidance that is likely to be reinforced is the b. The means of assessing the guidance needs of the target clients
________ area. d. The process of gathering, organizing, and utilizing pertinent
a. academic b. career data about the clients
c. personal d. co- curricular
58. Why should a needs assessment survey be undertaken before
48. As essential guidance service that deals with monitoring counseling planning the school guidance program?
cases as well as school graduates is called. a. It is integral part of program planning
a. counseling b. information b. It provides for the total development of the target clientele
c. placement d. follow- up
c. It ensures the relevance and meaningfulness of the guidance a. evaluate b. analyze
program c. synthesize d. recall
d. It contributes to the comprehensiveness of the program goals and
activities 71. In what level of objective in the affective domain is this objective: To
59. Which of the following characteristics of the classroom teacher is contribute to the discussion by asking questions.
most instrumental in her being a key member of the school guidance a. Organization b. Receiving
team? c. Responding d. Valuing
a. Experience c. Educational Background
b. Personal qualities d. Close contact with Learners 72. Which activity is best suited to summarize a lesson at the end?
a. Ask students to interpret a cartoon related to the lesson.
60. Which of the following appraisal techniques would be most useful b. Present a medical summary
with a big number of desired respondents? c. Administer a short Quiz
a. Interview b. Observation d. Give as homework
c. Questionnaire d. Autobiography
73. What is the best way to handle a situation when a teacher realize
61. The use of drills in the classroom is rooted on Thorndike’s law of that her planned lesson were inadequate?
a. Belongingness b. Readiness a. Send the students to the library to read related topics
c. Exercise d. Effect b. Tell the students to prepare for the next subject
c. Give the students an essay for the remaining period
62. Which is NOT a basic component of a lesson plan? d. Provide more exercises on the major points of the lesson.
a. Evaluation b. Assignment
c. Resources d. Content 74. After reading “The Horse and the Red Hen, teacher asked the
students this question: “What is the best thing to be according to the
63. Teacher V teaches the pupils to find the main idea, sequence Horse”? Under what level of comprehension does this question fall?
events, find the details, and read creatively and critically. What skills a. Interpretation b. Literal comprehension
does Teacher V teach? c. Integration d. Critical evaluation
a. Utilizing skills b. Study skills
c. Comprehension skills d. Word recognition skills 75. Which of the following is the most important contribution of Gestalt
psychology to the theories of learning?
64. Which one can help student develop the habit of critical thinking? a. Use of multimedia approaches
a. Asking low level questions c. Importance of the reinforcement in the learning process
b. A willingness to suspend judgment until sufficient evidence is b. Cognitive insight
represented d. Concept of readiness in learning
c. Asking convergent questions
d. Blind obedience to authority 76. Which is a popular teaching- learning approach found in the
Philippine schools were classrooms are generally self- contained,
65. Teacher wants his pupils to master the skill in adding unlike teacher is the focal point and reference, and the pupils are taught the
fractions. Which method should he use? basic skills- reading, writing, and counting?
a. Unit Method b. Drill Method a. Situational approach
c. Laboratory Method d. Discovery Method c. Montessori approach
b. Traditional approach
66. In the K- W- L technique K stands for what the pupil already knows, d. eclectic approach
W for he wants to know and L for what he
a. failed to learn b. he likes to learn 77. Which learning principle marks the highlight of Multiple
c. needs to learn d. learned Intelligences?
a. Learning is static and permanent
67. Teacher Z shows a histogram on Filipino population growth from b. Intelligence is not measured in one form
1990 to 2001. Seeing the pattern of growth, pupil is asked to tell what c. Cognitive theory is stressed in learning
will happen in the next two years. What skill are the pupils asked to d. People have different I.Q level
a. Inferring b. Predicting 78. The teacher provides various learning activities and methods in her
c. Intrapolating d. Drawing teaching so that diverse needs and interest of learners are met. Which
principle of learning did she consider?
68. Which questioning technique would be appropriate for inductive a. Learning by doing c. Multiple intelligence
lessons? b. Cognitive development stages d. Cooperative learning
a. Use questions requiring only memory responses
b. Expect participation only among the more motivated students 79. A student has just learned a particular formula to make math
c. Involve students actively in the questioning process problem solve. She tries it with another problem and succeeds at it. So,
d. As a teacher, you ask no questions this student is even more encouraged to discover easier ways to solve
math problems. Which of Thorndike’s law is depicted in the situation?
69. Bryan has had difficulty getting the right solution to a problem in a. Readiness b. Effect
algebra. Suddenly he “saw” how solve to problem. Which of the c. Repetition d. Practice
following explains this situation? 80. Teacher Jen begins her lesson with concrete life experiences then
a. Revelation b. Insight leads the students to abstractions. Which method did she employ?
c. Retention d. Memory a. Transductive b. Inductive
c. Deductive d. Interactive
70. After a lessons on AIDS, the students are asked to summarize the
lesson in one long sentence by answering: Who; Does what?; When?;
Why? This assessment technique evaluates student’s ability to.
81. Teacher B discovered that her pupils are weak in comprehension.
To further determine in which particular skill(s) her pupils are weak 91. A generally accepted principle use as a basis for the whole process
which test should Teacher B give? of teaching
a. Aptitude Test b. Placement Test a. method b. technique c. strategy
c. Diagnostic Test d. Standardized Test d. approach
82. Which the following supports the idea that teaching is a human 92. When does effective teaching takes place?
activity? a. There is interaction between teacher and students
a. The teacher’s job is quite enormous which includes b. Students perform well in the given tasks
the selection of the instructional units, lesson plans c. Knowledge has been imparted
and methods to be used. d. Desirable changes are evident in the learner’s behavior
b. Teacher provides students the facilities and necessary skills
needed to develop their maximum potential 93. A vehicle on the street hit a 10- year- old pupil when he requested
c. Teaching is just helping students understand how they grow by his teacher to leave the class and buy for her snacks at Jollibee.
change and most of all the how and why of their behavior. Does the teacher become liable for the incident?
d. The teacher should be well acquainted on the nature of the a. Yes, because the incident happen within her official time.
learner, subject matter and instructional material b. Yes, because that is her responsibility
c. No, because the pupil did not watch for his safety
83. Which of the following is NOT an example of a teacher’s non- d. No, because that was an incident and it happened to anyone
verbal communication?
a. eye contact b. gestures 94. You found out that one of your pupils is not attending your class for
c. pauses d. voice almost a month now. What is the most ideal for you to do?
a. Conduct a home visit c. Ignore the situation
84. Good teaching is accepting responsibility for helping to make the b. Drop her in the class d. Write a letter to his/her parents
journey as interesting, as rewarding and as exciting as possible. This
proves that teaching demands? 95. The parents of your pupil wanted to see the scores of their child in
a. rest and relaxation your class record. Can you refuse the parents to see the records of
c. efficiency in service their child?
b. interest in the profession a. Yes, because it’s your right
d. deeper commitment c. No, because parents have their own right
b. Yes, because it’s your personal document
85. Which of the following is NOT true about the professional qualities d. No, because class record is a public document
of a teacher?
a. Seldom comes on time 96. A teacher is a model of virtues. How can this be shown?
b. Provides quality instructions to the students a. The teacher is hopping from one relationship to another
c. Knowledgeable of the subject matter he/she teaches b. The teacher devoted her time for her job with excellence
d. Teachers who truly love children can imbue with the love for learning c. The teacher touches the lives of her students
d. The teacher seriously maintained a structure of power and trust
86. Which of the following lesson plan objectives needs improvement?
a. To explain the life cycle of a butterfly. 97. Which of the following practices is unethical for a teacher?
b. To dramatize situation showing humility a. The teacher observes mobility of her profession.
c. To define terms in about evolution comprehensively. b. The teacher cast her vote during national and local elections
d. To develop scientific attitudes and apply scientific processes c. The teacher can claim money from the services rendered by
of thinking. his colleagues
d. a teacher organizes remedial program for students with learning
87. To make the lesson meaningful, systematic and motivating, difficulty
teachers’ example should be:
a. based on higher- level skills 98. One of the students was attracted and fell in love with the teacher.
c. interesting aided with illustrations What is the best option the teachers do n his situation?
b. easy, simple and understandable a. Impose disciplinary action
d. relevant to students’ experience and knowledge c. Call the attention of the student’s parents
b. Accept student’s feelings
88. What law of learning when a review of the past lesson is conducted d. Listen to the student and make her understand both
before the discussion of the new lesson? situations
a. Law of exercise
c. Law of Readiness 99. What will happen if there is NO Code of Ethics in the teaching
b. Law of Effect profession?
a. Teaching becomes a hit- and- miss- profession
89. Charles dances well. He knows how something works and he fixes b. Refinement of the dignity of the teaching profession
things without asking for help. Based on Gardner’s theory of multiple c. Integrity of the teaching profession will be elevated to a certain level.
intelligence under what intelligence is she strong? d. Respect of the Human Dignity is missing
a. Musical b. Spatial
c. Kinesthetic d. Intrapersonal 100. Most of the fresh graduates are deployed to teach in the rural
areas than in the lowland villages of the towns and cities. What is the
90. A parent regarding the grades of his son confronted you. If you are rationale behind this practice?
the teacher, what will be the best thing for you to do? a. They are young and healthy
a. send them to the principal c. For them to experience trials in teaching
b. show all the records of the child b. They are active and realistic to take risk
c. compare the results of the child to other students d. For them to find future partners in life
d. tell the parents that your computation is correct and final
101. The child fainted in your class because she has not eaten her d. Philippine Constitution of 1987
breakfast. What is the best thing for you to do in this situation?
a. Ignore the situation 113. What type of validity is needed if a test must course objective and
c. Give the child food scopes?
b. Comfort the child a. Content b. Concurrent
d. Call the parent c. Criterion d. Construct
102. Who perpetuated the idea that reason is superior to experience as
a source of knowledge, thus schools must develop human reason? 114. Which applies when there are extreme scores?
a. Humanist b. Stoics a. The median will not be very reliable measure of central tendency
c. Hedonists d. Rationalists b. The mode will be the most reliable measure of central tendency
c. There is no reliable measure of central tendency
103. Faith, hope, and love are values now and forever whether they will d. The mean will not be very reliable measure of central
be valued by people or not. Upon what philosophy is this anchored? tendency
a. Idealism b. Existentialism
c. Realism d. Pragmatism 115. What does a negatively skewed score contribution imply?
a. The scores congregate on the left side of the normal contribution
104. When teachers are convinced that it is best to teach students the curve
skill to adapt to change since change is the only thing permanent in this b. The scores are widespread
world, they subscribe to the philosophy of c. The students must be academically poor
a. Realism b. Existentialism d. The score congregate on the right side of the normal
c. Pragmatism d. Idealism contribution curve

105. The old adage “Do not do to others what you want others do to 116. The more in direct the classroom instruction, the more
you” is a teaching of ______________ it is.
a. Lao Tse b. Confucius a. Topic- focused b. Student- centered
c. Mohammad d. Buddha c. Teacher- centered d. Individualized

106. If the student is encouraged to develop himself to the fullest, which 117. Which terms to the act of educating a child with special education
of Maslow’s hierarchy of needs should be satisfied? needs partially in a special education classroom and partially in regular
a. safely needs b. Physiological needs classroom?
c. Belongingness d. Self- actualization a. Mainstreaming b. Inclusion
c. Individualization d. Head Start
107. Which is unethical for teachers to do?
a. obeying the legitimate policy of the school administration 118. It is good to give students challenging and creative tasks because
b. cordial relation parents a. development is aided by stimulation
c. refusing to serve in worthwhile neighborhood activities as these will b. the development of individual is unique
adversely affect her teaching c. development is effective by cultural changes
d. conferring with the next of kin about the problems and needs d. development is the individual’s choice
of a student 119. The process of one’s thinking to develop critical thinking is known
as _________.
108. Which characteristic of a good test will pupils will assured of when a. Metacognition b. Hypothesizing
a teacher constructs a table of specification for test construction c. Reflection d. Meditation
a. Scorability b. Reliability 120. It is an intensive investigation of a particular individual, institution,
c. Economy d. Content validity community or any group considered as a unit which includes the
development, adjustment, remedial or corrective procedures that
109. Which of the following is the most important contribution of Gestalt suitably follow diagnosis of the causes of maladjustment or of favorable
psychology to the theories of learning? behaviors.
a. Cognitive insights a. Experimental b. Descriptive
c. Concept of readiness c. Historical d. Case- study
b. Use of the multimedia approaches
d. Importance of reinforcement in the learning process 121. Which of the following test is used as a basis in giving grades or
110. Which of the following could produce more than one value? a. Mastery b. Formative
a. mean b. mode c. Summative d. Post test
c. median d. mean of grouped data
122. It is the process of judging an attribute based on certain goals or
111. Which statement on test result interpretation is CORRECT? standards.
a. a raw score by itself is meaningful a. Counseling b. Measuring
b. A student’s score is a final indication of his ability c. Evaluating d. Testing
c. The use of statistical technique gives meaning to pupil’s
score 123. Which of the following criteria is the most important in test
d. Test scores do not in any way reflect teacher’s effectiveness construction?
a. Preparation of Table of Specification
112. This embodies the teacher’s duties and responsibilities as well as b. Items must jive with the objectives
the proper behavior in performing them? c. Arrange events in occurrence
a. Code of Ethics for teachers d. The stem should contain the central problem
b. Magna Carta for Public School Teachers
c. Bill of Rights
124. Which of the following type of test is not advisable to be used as a a. Mean and mode b. Mode
diagnostic test? c. Median d. Mean
a. Multiple choice b. Short response
c. essays d. true false 136. The inclusion of the study of Rizal and other national heroes in the
school curriculum in order to inculcate love of country is based on
125. Why should negative terms be avoided in the stem of multiple a(an).
choice items? a. pragmatist philosophy
a. They may be overlooked c. idealist philosophy
c. It increase the length of the stem b. existentialist philosophy
b. It increases the difficulty of scoring d. realist philosophy
d. They make the construction of alternatives more difficult
137. What concept of education makes every individual a useful citizen
126. It is equivalent to the average score of the group or class? to the state?
a. Mean b. Median a. Conformity b. Security
c. Mode d. Standard Deviation c. Humanitarianism d. Utilitarianism

127. The result of the item analysis showed that item no. 4 has a 138. It is an area of philosophy which on the nature of knowledge and
discrimination index of 0.67. What could be true about this item? the best method of teaching is.
a. Difficult b. Valid a. Epistemology b. Ethics
c. Easy d. Average c. Metaphysics d. Aesthetics

128. What is the norm of a test? 139. A test is considered reliable if

a. The mean of grouping scores a. it is easy to score
b. The standard of for adequate performance c. It is consistent and stable
c. The standard deviation of a group of scores b. it served the purpose for which it is constructed
d. The typical performance of a certain group of individuals who d. it is easy to administer
took the test
140. Which is an element of norm- referenced grading?
129. Which of the following is the most important stage in testing a. the student’s pat performance
process? b. an absolute standard
a. Constructing test items c. the performance of the group
c. Improving test items d. what constitutes a perfect score
b. Establishing test reliability
d. Interpreting test result 141. Mario obtained an NSAT percentile rank of 80. This indicates that
a. He surpassed in performance 80% of her fellow examinees
130. What does a Table of Specification establish? b. He got a score of 80
a. construct validity c. He surpassed in performance 20% of her fellow examinees
c. content validity and construct validity d. He answered 80 items correctly
b. content related validity and criterion reference
d. content validity and content related validity 142. In the problem- solving method of teaching, which is the primary
role of the teacher?
131. Aura Vivian is one- half standard deviation above the mean of his a. Director b. Clarifier
group in arithmetic and one standard deviation above in spelling. What c. Lecturer d. Judge
does this imply?
a. she excels both in spelling and arithmetic 143. Which element should be present for brainstorming to be
b. She is better in arithmetic than in spelling effective?
c. She does not excel in spelling nor in arithmetic a. Lax atmosphere
d. She is better in spelling than in arithmetic c. Teacher’s use of “put down” strategy
b. Teacher’s non- judgmental attitude
132. Given the scores 1,3,3,3,5,5,6,6,6 and 10, the mode(s) is (are) d. Threatening atmosphere
a. 3 b. 3 and 6
c. 5 d. 6 144. Which is a selective reading technique meant at getting important
facts very fast?
133. NSAT and NEAT results are interpreted against set mastery level. a. Silent reading b. Skim reading
This means that NSAT and NEAT fall under? c. Oral reading d. scanning
a. criterion- reference test
c. aptitude test 145. The study type of reading exercises gives practice in.
b. intelligence test a. picking out the main ideas
d. norm- reference test b. all sorts of study methods
c. reading skills needed in other subjects
134. These are significant in formation about a student, gathered d. recognizing the precise meaning of words
through the use of various techniques, assembled, summarize and
organized in such a way that they may be used effectively. What is 146. Which is the best reason why Mr. Cruz begins a lesson in Math by
referred to? checking and reviewing on the previous day’s assignment practice and
a. Cumulative record b. Case studies drills?
c. Test profiles d. personnel inventory a. Prepare the students for the mastery test
b. Make learning interesting and enjoyable for students
135. Which measure(s) of central tendency is (are) most appropriate c. Check if parents guide their children in the making of assignment
when the score distribution is badly skewed?
d. Make sure that the students understand the pre- requisite 158. Which guideline in test construction is NOT observed in this test
skills of the lesson item?
147. The test item “Group the following items according to shape” is a a. The length of the blank suggests the answer
thought question on. b. The central problem is not packed in the stem
a. creating b. generalizing c. It is open to more than one correct answer
c. comparing d. classifying d. The blank is at the end of the question

148. Which one should teacher B use if he wants to teach to pupils the
relationship among details? 159. Which is a characteristic of infused or integrated instruction?
a. Journal entries b. Story frame a. Does not allow deviation from intended objective
c. Graphic organizers d. Learning log b. Includes all thinking process from low level to high level
c. Exclude related topics
149. “What I hear, I forget. What I see I remember. What I do, I d. Confines itself to higher level thinking process
understand.” This means that pupils learn best when they.
a. learn independently c. watch TV 160. Your teacher is of the opinion that the world and everything in it
b. work with groups are ever changing and so teaches you the skill to cope with change
d. take active part in the learning process which is his governing
a. Existentialism b. Realism
150. Which is a type of graph in which lines represent each score or set c. Idealism d. Experimentalism
of scores
a. Scattergram b. Histogram 161. To be an effective classroom manager teacher must be friendly
c. Frequency polygon d. Scatterplot but at the same time be
a. highly demanding b. business- like
151. Which statement about Median is CORRECT? c. rigid d. buddy- buddy
a. It is a measure of variability
b. It is the most stable measure of central tendency 162. What percent of the cases in a set of measure lie before the third
c. It is the 50 th percentile quartile or Q3?
d. It is significantly affected by extreme score a. 25% b. 50%
c. 75% d. 65%
152. The strongest disadvantage of the alternate- response type of test
is 163. At the end of periodical examination, Ms. Ramos administered a
a. the demand for critical thinking summative test in Filipino. After scoring the test papers she assigned
b. the absence of analysis grades to each test score such as 95, 90, 85, 80 etc. What process did
c. the encouragement of rote memory Ms. Ramos use?
d. the high possibility of guessing a. Ranking b. Computation
c. Measurement d. Evaluation
153. A child who gets punished by stealing candy may not steal again
immediately. But this does not mean that the child may not steal again. 164. Teacher subscribes to the idealist philosophy. Which type of
Based on Thorndike’s theory on punishment and learning, this shows knowledge will most likely advance? Knowledge arrived at through
that a. trial and error b. concrete experience
a. Punishment strengthens a response c. experimenting d. reasoning
b. Punishment removes a response
c. Punishment does not remove a response 165. The commonly used question- and- answer method that includes
d. Punishment weakens a response debate and discussion in consonance with the method of
a. Confucius b. Plato
154. The use of process approach gives the students the opportunity to c. Aristotle d. Socrates
a. learn how to learn
c. apply the scientific method 166. Which word is acceptable in the writing of performance
b. make use of laboratory apparatus objectives?
d. learn on their own a. Appreciate b. Think
c. Understand d. Demonstrate
155. Which type of test measures higher order thinking skills?
a. Enumeration b. Matching 167. Median is to point as standard deviation is to ____________.
c. Completion d. Analogy a. area b. volume
c. distance d. square
156. It is necessary that the parts of a lesson plan from the first to the
last have. 168. What measure of position is appropriate when the distribution is
a. completeness b. conciseness skewed?
c. symmetry d. coherence a. Mean b. Stanine
c. Z- value d. Percentile rank
157. What can be said of Jones who obtained a score of 75 in a
grammar Test? 169. In the context of the theory on multiple intelligence, one weakness
a. He perform better than 75% of his classmates of the paper- pencil test is
b. He answered 75 items correctly a. it utilizes so much time
c. He got a raw score of 75 b. it puts the non- linguistically intelligent at a disadvantage
d. He answered 75% of the test items correctly c. it lacks reliability
d. it is not easy to administer
170. Like a TV, the computer has a 184. Who among the following that viewed individual man and his
a. Disk drive b. Keyboard native state as at war with himself?
c. Screen d. CPU a. William James b. Karl Marx
c. Immanuel Kant d. Thomas Hobbes
171. Which assessment tool shows evidence of student’s writing skills?
a. Project b. Portfolio 185. The school of philosophy that maintain that powers developed an
c. Critiquing sessions d. daily journal any faculty by the study of a school subject can be used equally well in
any other subjects or to meet any other experience in life is ________
172. Ian’s raw of score in the Filipino class is 23 which is equal to the a. communism b. disciplinism
70th percentile. What does this imply? c. idealism d. realism
a. 70% of Ian’s classmates got a score lower than 23.
b. Ian’s score is higher than 23% of his classmates. 186. “Since the labor of many workers is required to support a simple
c. 70% of Ian’s classmate got a score of above 23. capitalist, members of the capitalist class are parasites living at the
d. Ian’s score is higher than 23 of his classmates. expense of the workers who are being exploited.” This was the
observation of _________
173. Which of the following measures is more affected by an extreme a. Max Wertheimer b. Karl Marx
score? c. George Hegel d. Thomas Malthus
a. Semi- interquartile range c. mode
b. Median d. Mean 187. The theory of hedonism is fallacious because sex.
a. has a higher purpose c. essential to pleasure
174. Which is another name for collaborative learning? b. is an end in itself d. basically for pleasure
a. Interactive learning c. cooperative learning
b. Team building d. Integrated learning 188. What theory stresses the idea that good is that which administers
to the temporal welfare and happiness of man, bad which abstracts or
175. He believes that we acquire knowledge of our world through our hinders retards this happiness?
senses. He’s also the pioneer of the inductive and scientific method. a. Kantian theory b. Utilitarianism
a. John Comenius b. Johann Pestalozzi c. Hedonism d. Communism
c. Jean Piaget d. John Locke
189. Republic Act No. 6713 is an act of.
176. Which one should teacher AVOID to produce an environment a. establishing anti- violence against women and their children
conducive for learning? b. providing for free public secondary education
a. Tests b. Seat plan c. creating Commission on Higher Education
c. Individual competition d. Games d. establishing a code of conduct and ethical standards for
public officials and employee
177. If teacher wants to test student’s ability to organize ideas, which
type of test should she formulate? 190. What is the most convenient style of solving conflicts on the part of
a. Technical problem type b. Essay a manager or any person in authority?
c. Short answer type d. Multiple- choice type a. accommodative b. collaborative
c. competitive d. compromising
178. The inclusion of Logic in the curriculum is perhaps an influence of
the importance of logic that ________ stressed. 191. What school of philosophy believes that truth is that which works
a. St. Augustine b. The Humanists and successful in solving problem?
c. The Hedonists d. The Scholastics a. communism b. positivism
c. pragmatism d. personalism
179. Why are test norms established? To have basis for: 192. All of the following serve as grounds for legal separation except
a. computing grades c. identifying pupil’s ___________
b. establishing learning goals d. interpreting test results a. repeated physical violence
c. faithfulness and exclusiveness
180. The focus of social philosophy among societal orders, institutions, b. attempt to corrupt
structures, system, functions and processes is the d. respondent’s bigamy
a. progress b. deterioration
c. destiny d. morality 193. One of the following concretely illustrates the responsibility of a
teacher as a trustee.
181. Social philosophy differs from social sciences because of the fact a. gives assignments for more practice
that the latter is limited to b. waits for the informed parents to pick up their child in
a. searching for values c. scholastic understanding moments of danger
b. observable phenomena d. interpretative living c. teaches children to do their assignments
d. sells instructional materials to children
182. Which of the following demonstrates human existence as
fundamentally social? 194. Which of the following is not true of graft and corruption?
a. needs for others b. personal creating a. It lessens allegiance and loyalty
c. historic of character d. all of the above b. It impairs national economic planning
c. It causes wasteful depletion of resources
183. A philosophy based primarily on science and scientific discoveries d. The culprit are easily identified, apprehended and prosecuted
a. positivism b. realism 195. Republic Act No. 3019 is known as:
c. liberalism d. pragmatism a. Anti- violence against women and their children
b. Code of Conduct for Government officials and Employees
c. Anti- Graft and Corrupt practice Act
d. The Family Code of the Philippines
6. The government’s educational program on _____made the
196. The theory that states that man has the responsibility to take care Philippine Education Placement Test accessible for adults and
of his environment is known as: out-of-school-youth.
a. Extensionism b. Exhibitionism A. Equitable Access C. Quality and relevance
c. Liberalism d. Essentialism B. Quality D. Relevance

7. College students are required to take a constitution course for

197. Professionalism on the part of the Government officials and them to ____.
employees does not mean: A. Develop students into responsible and thinking
a. performing and discharging duties with the highest degree of students.
excellence B. Acquaint students with the historical development of
b. working less intelligently when salary is low the Philippine Constitution
c. entrance with the public service with utmost devotion C. Make students experts in terms of Philippine
d. discouraging wrong perception of government employee’s role Constitution
D. Prepare the students for law making.
198. The idea that man is free and deserves to be punished for the evil
he freely commits comes from: 8. _____ supports equitable access but on the other hand, quality
a. Plato b. Aristotle might be compromised.
c. Thomas Aquinas d. Socrates A. Open admission C. Deregulated tuition fee
B. School accreditation D. Selective retention
199. Which of the following is a good guide in choosing values? C.
a. education over early marriage 9. Educational institutions’ effort of developing work skills inside the
b. opportunity over common good school are aimed at _____.
c. family first before public service A. Developing moral character
d. devotion to move idol over worthwhile hobby B. Inculcating love of country
C. Teaching the duties of citizenship
200. To solve moral ambiguity among us Filipinos, we must: D. Developing vocational efficiency
a. excuse ourselves whenever we do wrong
b. blame our government for not doing anything about it 10. In Piaget’s concrete operational stage, a teacher should provide
c. be aware and responsible about the problem ____.
d. be comfortable with the present state affairs A. Activities for hypothesis formulation
B. Learning activities that involve problems of
PROF.ED TEST 3 classification and order
1. A student knows that the examination week is approaching, but C. Activities for evaluation purposes.
instead of studying, he chose to spend his time playing computer D. Stimulating environment with ample objects to play
games. On the examination day itself, He opted to pray for with
miracles rather than studying. Which attitude towards religion is
displayed? Miracles rather than studying which attitude towards 11. Interpersonal intelligence is best shown by a student who ____.
religion is displayed? A. Works on his/her own
A. Religion as Fake C. Religion as authentic B. Keeps interest to himself/herself
B. Religion as Magic D. Religion as real C. Seeks out a classmate for help when problem
2. ___ is/are used as medium/media of instruction in schools during D. Spends time meditating
the Spanish era.
A. The vernacular 12. A student is finding it hard to read. When the guidance counselor
B. English traced the child’s history, the counselor was able to find out that
C. Spanish the student came a dysfunctional family, aside from that, the child
D. Spanish and the vernacular was abused and neglected. What could have caused the
student’s reading disability?
3. The use of the integrated approach in both secondary and A. Emotional factors C. Neurological factors
primary level subjects is a result of the implementation of the B. Poor teaching D. Immaturity
A. Program for Decentralized Education 13. A child was punished for cheating in an exam. For sure the child
B. School- based management wont cheat again in short span of time, but this does not
C. Basic Education Curriculum guarantee that the child won’t cheat ever again Based on
D. School First Initiative Thorndike’s theory on punishment and learning, this shows
4. What government program allows students who are not A. Punishment strengthens a response
accommodated in community public schools to enroll in private B. Punishment doesn’t remove a response
school at the government’s expense? C. Punishment removes response
A. Government Assistance Program D. Punishment weakens a response
B. Study now Pay later
C. Educational Service Contract System 14. Laughing at a two-year old child who uttered a bad word is not a
D. National Scholarship Program proper thing to do because in this stage of the child’s life, the child
5. _____was the 1980’s foremost educational issue. A. Considering the views of other
A. Bilingual Education C. Accountability B. Socializing
B. Values Education D. Mainstreaming C. Distinguishing sex differences
D. Distinguishing right from wrong C. No, abortion is immoral.
D. Yes, it is better to prevent the child from coming into the
15. “Men are built not born.” This quotation by John Watson states world who will suffer very much due to the absence of a
that______. father
A. The ineffectiveness of training on a person’s development
B. The effect of environmental stimulation on a person’s
development 26. This constitutional provision is the full and partial integration of the
C. The absence of genetic influence on a person’s capable deaf and blind students in the classroom.
development A. Creating scholarship for poor and deserving students.
D. The effect of heredity B. Academic freedom
C. Providing citizenship and vocational training to adult citizens
16. A child who is cold towards the people around him might have and out-of-school youths.
failed to attain what basic goal based on Erikson’s theory on D. Protecting and promoting the right of all citizens to
psychological development? quality education.
A. Autonomy C. Initiative
B. Trust D. Mistrust 27. The difference between Christian and Muslim marriage, the
C. former being monogamous and the latter being polygamous is
17. A boy is closer to his mother and a girl is closer to her father. called _____.
These instances are under ______. A. Ethical Relativism C. Acculturation
A. Oedipal Complex C. Phallic stage B. Enculturation D. Cultural relativism
B. Latent stage D. Pre-genital stage
28. A perfect duty is exemplified:
18. ______ are rights that cannot be renounced because they needed A. Supporting a poor but deserving student school
for a person to fulfill his/her primordial obligations. B. Donating an amount for noble project.
A. Perfect rights C. Acquired rights C. Paying the worker the wages agreed upon.
B. Alienable rights D. Inalienable rights D. Giving alms to the needy

19. A grade 1 pupil likes to play with his friends, but gets angry when 29. Teachers are tasked with so many things to do aside from
defeated. Piaget’s theory states that this pupil is under what teaching. Sometimes these tasks adversely affect their teaching.
developmental stage? Does this mean that teachers should be only preoccupied with
A. Concrete operation C. Formal Operation teaching?
B. Sensory motor D. Pre-operation A. Yes, if they are given other assignments justice demands
that they be properly compensated.
20. Which describes Philippine education during the Spanish regime? B. No, because every teacher is expected to provide
A. Establishment of a normal school leadership and initiative in activities for betterment of
B. Vernacular as medium of instruction
C. Separation of church and state
C. Yes, because other community leaders, not teachers, are
D. Emphasis on religious instruction
tasked to lead in community activities
21. Some Filipino teachers are sent abroad to study. We call D. Yes, because teaching is enough full time job
A. Insulares C. Peninsulares 30. The brain’s left hemisphere is involved in _____function.
B. Pensionados D. Reformists A. Intuitive C. Nonverbal
B. Visual D. Logical
22. Jose Rizal said that national redemption can be achieved by
______. 31. The Professional Teachers Code of Ethics does not cover ____.
a. Gaining economic recovery A. Teachers in the tertiary level
b. Stabilizing political situation B. All full time or part time public and private school teachers
c. Opening our doors to foreign influence and administrators
d. Upgrading the quality of the Filipinos through C. Teachers in all educational institutions at the pre-school,
education elementary and secondary levels.
D. Teachers of academic, vocational, special, technical or non-
23. A foreign who studying here in the Philippines was turned-off by formal institutions
the Filipinos’ lack of punctuality and poor word choice
A. Ethnocentrism C. Xenocentrism 32. _____ is the start of Education in human rights.
B. Colonial mentality D. Culture shock A. Loving others
B. Caring for others
24. If you are a wise voter, you would vote ____. C. Liking others
A. A candidate who has the making of a public servant D. Respects towards others
B. A neighbor who is closest to you in times of need
C. A candidate who helped you by giving cash 33. This is the objective of the continuous progression scheme that
D. A godfather who gave your father a job was introduced in the elementary level in the school year 1970 to
25. A pregnant, unmarried woman aborted her baby to avoid A. Mastery of three r’s
disgrace. Is she morally justified to do that? B. Mass promotion
A. No, the unborn child cannot be made to suffer the C. Pupils progression according to capacity
consequences of the sins of his/her parents. D. Access to education
B. Yes, it can save her and the child from disgrace when he
grows up. 34. Schema theory states that:
A. We learn by the process of conditioning 46. This is a Filipino trait that involves practicing values in different
B. We are passive learners regions and social groups.
C. We organize what we learn according to patterns A. Crab mentality
D. We are totally conditioned by our environment. B. Procrastination
C. “Kanya-kanya” mentality
35. If one asked to develop himself to the fullest, what need is he D. Existential intelligence
trying to satisfy according to Maslow’s hierarchy of needs?
A. Safety needs C. Belongingness 47. In the Philippine culture, the term “bahala na” implies:
B. Physiological needs D. Self-actualization A. Lack of self-reliance
B. Lack of foresight
36. Filipinization is violated if: C. Willingness to take risks
A. An educational institution is owned by a corporation of which D. Indolence
40% of the capital is owned by Filipino Citizens.
B. An educational institution owned by a religious order 48. Who is the forerunner of the presence of the Language
C. An American serving as president of the educational Acquisition Device?
institution. A. Watson C. Chomsky
D. An Educational institution owned by a charitable institution. B. Gardner D. Piaget
37. Education during the American regime can be characterized as: 49. A teacher rewards a child for doing things correctly. This
A. Religious C. Filipinistic
technique is called:
B. Centralized D. Decentralized
A. Conditioning C. Chaining
B. Fading D. Reinforcement
38. According to the Republic Act 7836 the licensure exam for
teachers is with: 50. Erikson said that children aged 3-5 is most likely:
A. CHED C. DECS A. Mischievous C. Lazy
B. PRC D. Civil Service Commission B. Ego-centric D. Altruistic
39. Libel violates what particular human rights? 51. Erikson labeled children who are two years of age as “terrible two”
A. The right to one’s own life
B. The right to make a livelihood
A. They are inquisitive C. they Are playful
C. The right to one’s honor
B. They are sickly D. They are assertive
D. The right to property
52. A person who is friendly and has a capacity to make people laugh
41. We owe today’s widespread Philippine educational system to:
A. The first Filipino political leaders possess:
B. The Japanese A. Naturalistic intelligence
C. The Americans B. Intrapersonal intelligence
D. The Spaniards C. Spatial intelligence
D. Interpersonal intelligence
42. Thomasites are:
A. The soldiers who doubted the success of the public 53. A child who always fights with his/her classmates, who has a very
educational system to be set in the Philippines short attention span, and who has frequent tantrums is believed to
B. The first American teacher recruits to help establish the be suffering from:
public educational system in the Philippines. A. Mental retardation
C. The first religious group who came to the Philippines B. Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
on board the US transport named Thomas. C. Down’s syndrome
D. The devotees of St. Thomas Aquinas who came to D. Learning disability
54. When is a teacher prejudicial against a learner?
43. During the American regime, they named the American soldiers, A. When she refuses a pupil with a slight physical
who were recruited to help set the public educational system, as disability in class.
Thomasites because: B. When she makes a farsighted pupil to sit at the back.
A. They arrived here during the feast of St. Thomas C. When she makes a nearsighted pupil to sit in front.
B. They first taught at UST D. When she considers multiple intelligences in the choice of
C. They were devotees of St. Thomas Aquinas her teaching strategies.
D. They disembarked from the CIS Transport called
Thomas 55. The effectiveness of learning is based on the fulfillment of the
basic needs in the hierarchy of needs. This is based on the theory
44. The following functions are done by the brain’s right hemisphere of _____.
except: A. Rogers C. Horney
A. Nonverbal functions C. Detail-oriented function B. Murray D. Maslow
B. Intuitive functions D. Visual function
56. _____ are the first American teachers in the Philippines.
45. The right brain involves _____ functions. A. Graduates of the Philippine Normal School
A. Visual. Intuitive, Logical B. Soldiers
B. Visual, Nonverbal, Logical C. Missionaries
C. Visual, Intuitive, Nonverbal D. Thomasites
D. Visual, Logical, Detail-oriented
57. Utilizing both sides of the brain is important in achieving holistic 68. Contrary to Freud’s concept that the primary motivation of human
learning; cognitive and affective, and the logical along with the behavior is sexual in nature, Erikson’s is ______ in nature.
____. A. Social C. Physical
A. Behavioral C. Musical B. Cultural D. Biological
B. Intuitive D. Rational
70. _____ is described by Freud as the component(s) of personality
58. Philippine Education during the Revolutionary period was focused that is concerned with the idea of right or wrong.
on the: A. Superego C. Id
A. Mastery of the Spanish language B. Super-ego and ego D. Ego
B. Mastery of basic skills
C. Strengthening of the moral fiber of the people 71. What idea about age is not right?
D. Establishment of nationhood A. Chronological age is different from biological and
psychological age
59. The government controls, regulates and supervises which schools? B. Chronological age, biological age, psychological and age
A. Public, private sectarian and non-sectarian schools are related
B. Private schools C. Psychological age and social age are two different things
C. Public schools D. Chorological age is the same as biological and
D. Sectarian and non-sectarian schools psychological age

60. _____ was adopted to provide universal access to basic learning, 72. _____ reflects the teachers’ understanding of development as
and to eradicate literacy. results of maturation and learning.
A. “Paaralan-sa-bawat-Baranggay” A. Patience when dealing with the slower ones
B. Values Education Framework B. Creativity with the classroom strategies or task
C. Education for All C. Fairness when giving grades or school marks
D. Science and Education Development Plan D. Cheerfulness and enthusiasm when discussing

61. A student with Attention Deficit Disorder exhibits: 73. ______ is Erikson’s, Piaget’s and Freud’s thought about play.
A. Care for his/her personal things A. Contributes to the child’s mastery of his physical and
B. Complete work before shifting to another social environment
C. Impatient while waiting for his/her turn during games B. Makes a child’s life so enjoyable that he will tend to hate
D. Excessively quite school life late
C. Prepares a child for an excellent academic performance in
62. Which among the statements below is true about Human Rights? formal schooling
A. Human rights are unlimited D. Develops in the child highly competitive attitude because of
B. All human rights are inalienable the nature of play
C. Human rights is a moral power not a physical power
D. Human right is might 74. A student has been staring at a puzzle. He/She is figuring out how
to solve it and suddenly, an idea flashed in the student’s mind
63. A child with ADHD is characterized by: and excitedly she was able to learn how to solve the puzzle.
A. Inability to read C. Poor health This exemplifies ______.
B. Inattention D. Inability to spell A. Metacognition C. Analytical learning
B. Insight learning D. Trial and error learning
64. ______ embodies a teacher’s duties and responsibilities as well as
the proper decorum in performing them. 75. The importance of providing free public education for both in
A. Code of Ethics for Teachers primary and secondary levels is highlighted in Article XIV section
B. Bill of Rights
2. This is needed because:
C. Magna Carta for Public School teachers
A. Elementary and Secondary school provides formal
D. Philippine Constitution of 1987
B. These levels provide the foundation for life functions
65. A child treats his friends highly aggressive. The reason behind this
and roles
attitude is his past experiences with his father who is also highly C. No one goes to college without passing the grade and high
aggressive. This is demonstrated on what theory? schools
A. Social cognitive theory D. A few people cannot afford the expensive quality of private
B. Operant conditioning schools
C. Cognitive development theory
D. Classical conditioning 77. A teacher attempting to develop a student’s metacognitive skills
teaches the students to:
66. Based on Jung’s Psychological theory, a child who is shy and A. Recall past lesson
prefers to be alone falls under what classification? B. Formulate hypothesis
A. Extrovert C. Paranoid C. Visualize
B. Ambivert D. Introvert D. Think about their thinking

67. ______ puts emphasis on the importance of sensitive periods in 78. A teacher maximizes the cognitive development of students by
development. having an environment that gives multisensory stimulation. In
A. Ecological theory C. psychoanalytic theory this situation, the teacher’s role is:
B. Social Cognitive theory D. Ethnological theory A. Molder of character
B. Dispenser of knowledge
C. Facilitator of learning A. A learner’s application of what she has learned is
D. Evaluator of learning necessary
B. A learner’s interest in art is commendable
79. According to Friedrich Froebel, education should awaken the child’s C. A learner’s acquisition of information is sufficient
dormant potentials and develop them in the best way possible. D. A learner’s acquisition of information is not important
This showcases the teacher’s role as:
A. Molder of character 91. Student’s initiative is stifled by:
B. Dispenser of Knowledge A. Rationalism C. “Utang na loob”
C. Facilitator of learning B. Extreme authoritarianism D. “Bahala na”
D. Evaluator of learning
92. A piece of music may sound sad, but when each note is played,
80. An adolescent exhibits what common characteristics? there is nothing sad about it. This is based on the doctrine that
A. Reasonable and secure says:
B. Slow but steady physical growth A. The whole experience is equal to the sum of its parts
C. Feels intense emotions and sense of disequilibrium B. The whole experience is more than the sum of its
D. Passive and obedient parts
C. The whole of experience is less than the sum of its parts
82. The school director emphasizes the necessity of clean and green D. The whole of experience is not in any way related to the
environment to contribute to effective teaching and learning. sum of its parts
This is an example of:
A. Providing an atmosphere conducive to learning 93. Unlike the Spanish, Americans taught us there _____.
B. Utilize educational technology A. Government C. Language
C. Providing adequate physical facilities B. Art D. Religion
D. Establish rapport between teachers and pupils
94. As envisioned by the Department of Education, a Filipino learner
83. A child with ADHD exhibits the following characteristics except: should be:
A. Hyperactivity C. Inattention A. Makabayan, makasarili, makakalikasan, at maka-Diyos
B. Focus D. Impulsivity B. Makabayan, makatao, makahalaman, at maka-Diyos
C. Makabayan, makakaragatan, makatao, at mak-Diyos
84. They say that rights and duties are correlative. This statement D. Makabayan, makatao, makakalikasan, at maka-Diyos
A. Right and duties regulate the relationship of men in society 96. Which among the words below does not prevent the emergence of
B. Each right carries with it one or several corresponding duties truth which the learners and teachers are in search of?
C. Rights and duties ultimate come from God A. Mindset C. Open mind
D. Rights and duties arise from the natural law B. Mask D. Defense

85. According to Jocano, ___________ is the strength of the Filipino 97. A research was conducted about the future dreams of Filipino
people children. Nobody said that they want to be a citizen of another
A. Sense of commitment to nationalistic ideals country. This finding shows _____.
B. Sense of humor A. Inferiority of other nationalities
C. Sense of historical or national identity B. Superiority of other nationalities
D. Sense of national pride C. Superiority of the Filipino
D. Filipinos’ sense of national pride
86. Teacher’s Professionalism Act is ___________.
A. RA 7836 C. RA 7722 98. Confucius supports _____ when he said that there should be no
B. RA 4670 D. RA 9293 distinction of classes in education.
A Moral recovery program C. Education for all
87. Instincts are under what mental dimension? B. Back to Basics D. Values education
A. Ego and super-ego C. Id
B. Ego D. Super-ego 99. The curriculum is designed this way to provide for individual
88. A child cannot do ____________, according to Piaget’s concrete
A. Some degree of flexibility is provided
operational stage. B. Minimum learning competencies are included
A. Doing mentally what was just physically done C. Realistic and meaningful experiences are provided
B. Reasoning applied to specific example D. Social skills are emphasized.
C. Classifying objects into different sets
D. Imagining the steps necessary to complete an algebraic 100. What a teacher should do if students are misbehaving in class?
equation A. Send the misbehaving pupils to the guidance counselor
B. Involve the whole class in setting rules of conduct in the
89. What should teachers teach students to eradicate bullying among
whole class
kids in school? C. Make a report to the parents about their children’s
A. Full development of talents
B. Respect for the dignity of persons
D. Set the rules for the class to observe
C. Athletic skills
101. Is it moral if someone will put up a school in a far barrio in order to
D. Full development of physical power
90. Education is the acquisition of the art and the utilization of get votes for an unworthy candidate?
A. No, the candidate is undeserving
knowledge. This statement means:
B. Yes, the votes were in exchange for the school built
C. Yes, it was his duty to strategize for his candidacy B. Edward Paparazzi D. Johann Herbart
D. No, his motive was not meant for a good effect
115. Jean Jacques Rousseau said that everyone is essentially good.
102. _____ introduced the idea of “child’s garden” or Kindergarten. This view can help a teacher when
A. Maria Montessori ______.
C. Friedrich Froebel A. Dealing with misbehaving students
B. Edward Paparazzi C. Teaching the students some values
D. John Locke B. Helping the fast learners in class
D. Knowing the students potentials
103. If a teacher believes in the concept of education that makes every
individual a useful citizen to the state, then, he is influenced by the 116. A teacher only teaches whenever she wants it. What does she
concept of: lack?
A. Conformity C. Humanitarianism A. Emotional intelligence
B. Security D. Utilitarianism C. Competence
B. Integrity and accountability
104. Teenagers stealing school equipment is becoming a common D. Intelligence
problem in community schools. What is the implication of this incident?
A. Inability of schools to hire security guards 117. The way the students learn is as important as what they learn. For
B. Prevalence of poverty in the community this particular idea, what statement is important?
C. Deprivation of Filipino schools . A. Knowing how to solve problem
D. Community’s lack of co-ownership B. Determining the given
C. Getting the right answer to the word problem
105. What is an inappropriate method in teaching young children? D. Solving the problem within the time limit
A. Individual differences are expected and accepted
B. Isolates skill development 118. When a boy scout said “Bahala na” before jumping into a pool to
C. Integrated teaching-learning
save a drowning child, what attitude was exemplified?
D. Positive guidance technique
A. A daring attitude
C. A daring attitude combined with “pagmamalasakit”
106. What statement would inspire fresh graduate to cling unto his
B. A “segurista attitude”
ideals on being a teacher?
D. An I don’t care attitude
A. Introduction of educational innovations
B. Pressure of work
119. If you are a principal and one of your teachers is not acting the
C. Support of living models
D. High salary way he should be, how would you address this problem?
A. Explain to the pupils that there are some things that adults
107. Based on the results of the survey conducted by Hirsch-Pasek, et can do but children can’t
al in 1989, there are harmful effects caused by giving highly B. Be tolerant about the teacher’s behavior
C. In writing, express disapproval of the unbecoming behavior
academically oriented early childhood education program. What is a
of the teacher
proper recommendation to solve this issue?
D. Talk to the teacher about the importance of being
A. Give children the total freedom to do as they please inside
consistent in one’s action and in the rules of discipline
the classroom
B. Do not give assessment activities for pre-school students enforced inside the classroom.
C. Plan engaging academic lessons
D. Do not engaged students in highly structured direct 120. The provision on ________ enables the blind and deaf students
instruction in pre-school to partially or fully integrate inside the Classroom.
A. Academic freedom for students and teachers
109. _______ is the weakness of the Montessori approach. B. Providing vocational training to adult citizens and out of
A. Foster development of the cognitive skills school youths
C. Emphasizes verbal interaction C. Creating scholarship for poor and deserving student
B. Foster independence D. Protecting and promoting the right of all citizens to
D. Neglects children’s social development quality education

111. What is a primitive view about the pupil/student? 121. A teacher compiled the outputs of her peers and put her name as
A. Active participant C. Empty vessel the author. Which is unprofessional in her action?
B. Hypotheses generator D. Module builder A. Not giving credit to others for their work
B. Failing to correct what appears to be unprofessional conduct
112. The concept of Karma originated from: C. Giving due credit to others for their work
A. Hebrews C. Greeks D. Holding inviolate all confidential information concerning
B. Hindus D. Chinese associates

113. A government position could only be occupied upon passing a 126. How does peer group influence adolescence?
state examination on Confucian thought. This is an influence from the: A. Allows the young to free him from too much
A. Hebrews C. Hindus dependence on the family
B. Chinese D. Greeks B. Allows the young to stay away from home
C. Stops the learning and development of social roles
114. ____ introduced kindergarten: D. Provides the adolescence the time to make unwise
A. Maria Montessori C. Friedrich Froebel decisions
learning. Teaching should therefore be primarily directed
127. Which of the following explains why the plateau phenomenon towards the ______________.
often found in human being does NOT exist in animal a. use of effective media technology
learning experiments? b. systematic formulation of methods
a. Animals are unable to profit from errors. c. promotion of the child’s social unconsciousness
b. Animals are unable to spurt in learning. d. development of the child from within
c. Animals have weak incentive in learning.
d. The incentive in animal learning is constant. 136. Due to mismatch of manpower and high rate of unemployment,
trained Filipino professionals seek employment in foreign
128. Heredity has a part in determining intelligence. Which of the lands. This refers to the problem of ___________.
following statements support this principle? a. disadvantage workers
a. Environment affects both fraternal and identical twins. b. Filipino domestic workers
b. Intelligence hinges in physical structure. c. Filipino overseas workers
c. Intelligence is determined partly in pre-natal nutrition. d. brain-drain
d. Identical twins are more alike than fraternal
twins. 137. When an adolescent combines ability to see deductive and
inductive reasoning in constructing realistic rules that he can
129. Terman’s studies of superior children show that in moral and respect and live by how does he perceive his environment?
personal traits the superiority is significantly marked. What A. He sees the world and himself through the eyes of other
does this suggest to the teacher? people
A. Provide this group with more experiences in school outside B. He interprets events from a limited view
of moral and personal. C. He sees events apart from himself and other people
B. Expose this group to moral and personal experiences. D. He views the world from his own perspective
C. Distribute the activities of this group equally between moral
and personal. 138. Which of these statements in TRUE regarding the indoctrination
D. Limit the experience of this group to personal growth. of a child in making decisions?
a. This will facilitate the child’s ability to make decisions.
130. The Educational Act of 1982 expressly granted to institutions of b. This will make him dependent on the thinking of others.
higher learning the freedom to determine on academic c. This will give him an opportunity to make right decisions at
grounds who shall be admitted to study, who may teach and an early stage.
what shall be the subject of the study and research. This d. This will enhance his ability to think and decide.
refers to _________.
A. academic freedom C. institutional freedom 139. This 18th century doctrine advocates for education in accordance
B. educational freedom D. constitutional freedom with nature Educator who hold this view stressed that in
learning the child should be _____________.
131. Human development follows a pattern. Which of the following a. trained in accordance with the standards set by the teacher
demonstrates this theory? b. naturally disciplined for him to concentrate more
A. In a Geography class, children learn the different provinces c. subjected to a specific regimen or training
ahead of their own town. d. allowed to develop according to his own inner impulses and
B. Petra names sampaguita, roses and camia before learning inclinations
the word flower.
C. In Mathematics learners know division ahead of additions. 140. Social development means that acquisition of the ability to behave
D. A child learns the word ANIMALS before he can be in accordance with ______.
name dog, cat, goat and cow. A. social insights C. universal norms
B. stereotyped behavior D. social expectations
132. Who introduced the technique of sign drawing of a man as a
measure of intelligence? 141. Which of these contributions was the idea advanced by “Gestalt”
A. Binet B. Aristotle psychologists?
C. Herbert D. Goodenough a. The best method of learning is through “conditioning”.
b. Each “faculty” of the brain must be provided with
133. How does a teacher demonstrate that the course of human appropriate exercise.
development can be influenced positively by manipulating c. The individual reacts to a total environment.
some aspects of the internal and external development? d. A particular stimulus will lead to a specific response.
a. Providing learners with a set of routine activities to be
followed strictly. 142. In content, this movement initiated a systematic objective analysis
b. Providing learners with a variety of enriched of curriculum materials in order to determine scientifically
learning materials and aids for the different what should be taught. This refers to ______________.
subjects. A. Social experimentalism C. Developmentalism
c. Arranging the seats in such a way that every learner B. Rationalism D. Scientific determinism
feels comfortable.
d. Keeping the room well-ventilated, orderly and clean. 143. Which of the current classroom practices is influenced by
Skinner’s operant conditioning?
134. With whose philosophy was pragmatism identified? a. Connection between stimulus and response
A. Binet B. Pestalozzi b. Involuntary response to a stimulus
C. Terman D. Dewey c. Progression of subordinate learning
d. Reinforcement of correct practices
135. The psychological developmentalist made the child the center of
the educational process through application of its law of 144. Development tasks are to be learned by the individual at each
stage of development. If these tasks are not developed at an
early stage, this may cause problems in later years. Arrange a. By a well-balanced development of mind, body and soul
the following tasks according to the stages when they occur b. By giving more focus on vocational education
in one’s life span. c. By emphasis on physical education
I. Acquiring a set of values and an ethical system. d. By adopting the philosophy “know thyself”.
II. Developing conscience, morality and a scale of values.
III. Learning to distinguish right from wrong. 152. The principles of individual differences require teachers to
IV. Taking on civic responsibility. ________.
A. III, I, II, IV B. II, IV, I, III a. prepare modules for slow learner in the class
C. III,II,I,IV D. I, II, III, IV b. give more attention to the gifted students
c. provide varied learning activities to suit individual needs
145. To strengthen teacher education the Teacher Education Council d. treat all learners alike while in the classroom
created under R.A. No. 7764 will choose a private or public
college engaged in pre-service continuing formal and non- 153. Which of the following would you consider MOST indicative of
formal education of teachers in strategic places in each actual maladjustment of students?
region of the country, based on certain criteria. This will be a. Finding fault with the work of his classmate
called___________. b. Spending his entire allowance each week on science fiction
a. Department of Teacher Education paperbacks.
b. Teacher education Center of Excellence c. Inviting his classmates to eating places in an attempt to
c. Teacher Education Commission make popular
d. Commission on Teacher Education d. Failing to take care of school properties

146. This system of learning includes ways and methods which are 154. In which of the following teacher task is knowledge of children’s
used in preserving and building certain traditions within affective development of LEAST signification?
cultural communities. This refers to _________. a. Understanding the emotionally-based cases of pupil
a. indigenous learning system behavior
b. cultural learning system b. Helping children overcome negative emotions
c. non-formal learning system c. Sampling of classroom activities that generate excitement
d. multi-level learning system and happiness
d. Exploring one’s own emotional reactions to various types of
147. The environment must be interactive to facilitate learning. Which pupil behavior.
of the following situation is an example of this?
a. The class goes out and discovers the habitats of insects. 155. Which of the following demonstrates that education and culture
b. The teachers show posters of the habitat of insects. tends to be cyclist?
c. The class copies a list of facts concerning the habitat of a. Culture is transmitted by the school system, and the
insects. classroom becomes the place of transmission.
d. The teacher lectures on the habitat of insects. b. The school is shaped by culture and culture in turn is
influenced by the school.
148. In teaching the major classifications of plants and animal, which of c. The school functions primarily as a transmitter of
the following will be MOST effective? culture and is a change agent.
a. Memorize the plants and animals under each classification. d. The school becomes an avenue by which individual
b. Invite a speaker to lecture on this subject. learn their culture.
c. List down all plants and animals under each classification.
d. Let the children discover the characteristics of plants and 156. Which of the following statements regarding muscular
animals under each classification. development justify the selection of perspective contestant
for an intercollegiate tournament in weight lifting from the
high school group?
149. The Gabaldon Act in the Philippine Assembly helps greatly in the a. It continuous to grow reaching its peak at age 20.
expansion program of the educational system by b. It depends upon the proportion of muscles and fate
_____________. which stabilizes after age 20.
a. authorizing the levy of taxes for school purposes c. It reaches its peak at age 17 and stabilizes at age 20.
b. providing local funds for educational facilities d. It reaches full maturation after age 20.
c. providing for a highly centralized system of administering the
public schools 157. Which of the following illustrates the Christian perspective of
d. appropriating a large sum for the construction of schools democracy in education?
a. Education controlled by the government
150. Children in the early childhood stage consider teachers and b. Equal opportunities of educating men and women
parents as authorities and models. What does this c. Education subsidized by the government
statement imply? d. Education of all human beings without distinction of
a. Teachers and parents should serve as role models at all race, social, economic or political status of life
b. Parent-teacher conference should always be an activity in 158. Learning increase directly in proportion to the extent to which the
school. learner is wholly bound up in his task. How does a teacher
c. Teachers should demand complete obedience from the show this in her lesson? The teacher gives lessons
learners in school. that_______________.
d. Parents should enforce strict discipline at home and a. have significance and worth to the child
teachers in school. b. are easy to comprehend
c. portray complex ideas
151. How can the Athenian ideal of education of forming a cultural soul d. are fictitious to appear in their imagination
in a graceful and symmetrical body be achieved?
159. Why are some administrators slow in accepting computers in their B. appropriate behavior and proper rewards
school inspite of its efficiency and effectiveness in the C. public concerns of education
overall management? Which of these statements below are D. poor behavior and use of immediate punishment
likely to be the reason?
I. The cost of hardware is high 170. Freedom in a democracy as applied in the classroom
II. Computer literate teachers are few means________.
III. Programs needed to run the computer are not A. teacher’s freedom with restraint
available. B. pupil’s freedom to reason out their side of the question
A. II and III only B. I and II only C. teacher’s freedom to do anything that he pleases
C. I and III only D. I, II and III D. teacher’s freedom to plan classroom activities the way
she sees fit
160. Which of the following behavior indicates that the child has
developed conventional maturity? The behavior is based on 171. Which of the following characteristics should an innovator
____________. consider in advocating change?
a. personal decisions based on his satisfaction a. The direction must come under scrutiny of and control by
b. the desire to avoid severe physical punishment by a intelligence and reason.
superior authority b. Changes occur at different levels of operation as well as at
c. internalized ideals to avoid self-condemnation rather than different levels of conceptualization.
social censure c. All of these.
d. the expectations of the group or society in general to gain d. Change takes place at various rates.
171. In what of these activities will the success of the teacher in the
161. A child in his early childhood must be provided manipulative classroom depend?
materials to develop _____. a. He can steer and guide pupils properly.
A. reading readiness skill C. pre-handwriting skills b. He employs various techniques she learns from books.
B. social skills D. numeration skills c. He implements suggestions on how to manage a class.
d. He makes decisions.
162. In each stage of development a psycho-social crisis occurs. This
view is spoused by _______. 172. What is Piaget’s practical implication in the field of education?
A. Freud B. Erickson A. Cognitive growth is independent of accommodation
C. Piaget D. Thorndike and assimilation.
B. Emphasis on children thinking should be on the
166. Those who teach children at the late childhood stage be products rather than the process.
more attentive and patient with their numerous, endless, and C. Individual differences should be overlooked and accept
often curious queries because ________. that all children pass through all stages at equal rates.
A. The questions need not be answered as long as the D. Children cannot apply cognitive skills for which they
teacher listens. are not developmentally ready.
B. At this age children enjoy listening more than talking.
C. This stage of development is the “questioning stage” 173. Piaget views the adolescents as a thinker. When confronted with
D. Children at this stage are more prone to tease and a complex problem involving alternate solutions, with a number of
irritate their teacher variables, the adolescent can ________.
A. Solve the complex problem without isolating the
167. How is curriculum designed to provide for individual B. pretend that the problem has been solved without even
C. think of ways to avoid the complex problem
A. providing realistic and meaningful experiences
D. mentally isolate the variable and try systematic
B. including minimum essentials in each subject area
combinations to arrive at the proper solution
C. emphasizing social organization and procedures
D. making decision for some degree of flexibility
174. Reducing certain class activities into routinely work helps to make
teaching more effective. Which of these reasons is the MOST
168. Which of the following teacher behavior BEST illustrates an
appropriate for this?
instance in which the teacher provided the students of A. It gives teachers and learners time to do more
facilitative instructional feedback? important task.
A. Teacher B graded the student’s composition by B. It provides learners valuable training and sharing of
marking them “Pass” or “Fail”. He requested that the ideas in doing routine training.
students who failed repeat their work. C. It enables teachers and learners to spend more time
B. Teacher D gave a department test in history. with each other.
C. Teacher C gave a spelling test. Words missed by a
number of students appeared in the next test. 175. Self-confidence in learning is best achieved when the teacher
D. Teacher A walked around the classroom watching the gives a child _________.
learner do their work. She watches each student go A. assignment that will challenge his best efforts.
through the process praising those who did it correctly B. work that are of interest to him.
and showing others how to correct their use of faulty C. tasks that are easy to accomplish
procedures. D. necessary decision to perform tasks successfully

169. What does good teaching require the teacher to be MOST 176. Which of the following is the most positive factor of programmed
alert to? instruction from the standpoint of teaching?
A. family background of student A. It is based on technological process
B. It frees the teacher to do things besides teaching A. Grade just to be different.
C. It provides the students with immediate feedback. B. Emphasize respect for evidence
D. It is as effective and more economical as teachers. C. Emphasize objectively
D. Represent the best thinking and effort
177. The development of modern complex devices such as TV.,
overhead projectors, video tapes, slide projectors, etc., is 185. Which of the following assumptions is based on principles of child
significant to teaching and learning because _________. development?
a. materials which are commonplace have become obsolete. A. Children should be expected to reach the average
b. the teacher is provided with more tools which adds achievement for their age group.
dimensions to his teaching. B. Children may differ in rate of growth.
c. teaching devices that must have been improvised and be C. Children’s learning styles are unstable until early
replaced adolescence.
d. the teacher can show that she is up-to-date in her teaching D. The growth patterns of children cannot be predicted.

178. Psychologists have stressed the importance of feedback in 186. How should the penalty of an offending student be imposed by
motivating people. Which of these is the best feedback? the teacher?
A. Correcting the papers immediately and calling A. Penalty should be retributive and based solely upon
attention to good answers made by students. the offense.
B. Returning graded papers and calling attention to B. Administer the penalty immediately.
mistakes made by students. C. Adjust the penalty to the motive behind the offense.
C. Returning graded papers to pupils with comments D. Penalty should be served to give the offender a lesson.
written on them.
D. Posting on the bulletin board a list of students with 187. A continuous program of in-service education in the skills is
their grades ranked from highest to lowest necessary to implement the innovation because ___________.
a. it is not possible to provide a program of in-service
179. Young children have trouble attending to more than one event at education on a one-shot basis.
a time. This is a principle that affects auditory perception. Which b. in the years ahead, there will be many sources of changes
of the following implications for teaching can be derived from the in the curriculum.
principle? c. It takes time to convince teachers to implement such
A. The teacher should set up lessons where accuracy is innovation
rewarded. d. Of continuous teacher turn over.
B. The teacher should determine the pupil’s readiness
before a new lesson is introduced. 188. Who among these students will generally BEST demonstrate
C. The teacher should have everyone’s attention when reading comprehension?
she is giving instruction. A. One who has read a selection silently
D. The teacher should help the pupils develop devices to B. One who has read aloud to another student
aid recall. C. One who has engaged in reading aloud to the class
D. One who has read aloud to the teacher
180. The Ultimate aim of good classroom management is to
__________. 189. Repetition may facilitate the learning process when the repetitions
A. establish conditions that make possible effortless are ________.
teaching and learning A. undertaken in different settings
B. set up condition that brings about effective teaching B. kept as short as possible
and learning C. given in the same form each time
C. secure conformity to rules with ease D. Spared in such a way that there is short interval
D. remove the physical conditions in the room that between repetitions
distract children’s attention
190. A child’s mental development is clearly revealed in his _______.
181. One of the distant features of childhood is the increase of motor A. ability to deal with abstract objects
coordination and body control. In view of this, teacher should B. ability to deal with reality
___________. C. capacity to remember things
A. guard against too much physical exhaustion D. ability to use language
B. set rules children should observe in playing
C. not forget that children have unique growth pattern 191. Learning experiences in social studies can be taught in three
D. make available for the children various play equipment primary ways EXCEPT one. Which is this?
A. Experience which provide opportunity for the
182. A child needs enough challenge and stimuli in his surroundings to development of group skills attitudes and procedures.
trigger additional development of his ___________. B. Experiences which divert the attitude of the learner
A. Interest B. intelligence C. Experiences which develop necessary skills in the
C. potentialities D. social/emotional development individual
D. Experiences which increase knowledge and
183. The tendency to imitate elders is very strong in the early understanding of social studies concepts and
childhood stage. Teachers should therefore be very good generalization
A. facilitators of learning C. role models 192. According to Freud’s psychoanalytic point of view, guilt develops
B. disciplinarians D. counselors when a child _______.
a. turns unconsciously his pent up feelings towards himself
184. In the evaluation approach, the following are correct EXCEPT b. suppress his feelings to his works
one. Which is this? c. sublimate consciously thru arts
d. identifies himself to adults he admires
200. As a teacher, it is important to view instruction from distinct
193. After the test in Araling Panlipunan, the pupils corrected their own advantage points _______.
work. Their grades were not recorded. The pupils referred to their A. that which proceeds the actual events of instruction
books for the correct answers. What is the advantage of this B. the instructional situation itself
procedure to the learners? C. the subject matter one has to teach
a. Attention was directed to learning itself, not grades. D. that which follows instruction
b. Cooperation was developed when pupils compared
c. The learners lost their fear of grades.
d. Undue competition was eliminated. 1. The _____________ method id used when the learners are made to
observe things in a certain place like the market.
194. Which is the MOST valid statement concerning the aim of a a. participatory b. case study
lesson? c. simulation d. field trip
a. Each child should be ask to write the aim of each lesson in
his notebook daily. 2. The recommended method to use if the teacher wishes each learner
b. The teacher should write the aim at the blackboard at the
to concentrate in learning a topic so that his skills are properly
beginning of each lesson.
c. The teacher should announce at the beginning of each assessed is
period the aim of the lesson a. semantic webbing b. independent study
d. The aim should be an outgrowth of and developed from the c. role playing d. field trip
3. The _____________ method is observed when we wish the pupils
195. Concepts are generally learned in sequence according to the learn from real life situation dilemmas.
learner’s stage of cognitive development. Below are some a. simulation b. lecture
concepts. Arrange them in the order they come. c. textbook d. observation
A. Mother puts away a new bag. I know the bag still exists.
B. A gallon is more than a liter of water. 4. The ___________ method is used to make the learners study in
C. If 8 is to 16, 16 to 32, 32 to 64. detail a specific thing, person or place not known to them.
D. Night is when there is no sun; there are moon and stars a. case study b. participatory
instead. c. project d. field trip

A. A-C-B-D B. A-D-B-C 5. Which of the following method will you use to verify a certain findings
C. B-C-D-A D. A-C-D-B and to make the learners handle apparatuses properly?
a. textbook method b. laboratory method
196. Bossing defines lesson plan as “a statement of achievements to c. field trip method d. project method
be realized and the specific means by which these are to be
attained as a result of activities engaged in day by day under the 6. The ___________ method is utilized if the learners are trained to do
guidance of the teacher.” creative products.
a. Lessons are means of acquiring desirable habits, attitudes a. project b. case study
and skills. c. field trip d. simulation
b. Attention is focused on the learner rather than on the subject
matter itself. 7. If the materials are dangerous for the learners to handle, which of the
c. Knowledge is an end in itself. following methods will you use?
d. The spotlight is on the child with the teacher in the a. textbook b. group discussion
background serving as guide. c. lecture- demonstration d. eclectic

197. Which of these statements provide the BEST reason for the use 8. Which method is used to develop scientific inquiry among the
of dramatization in the classroom? learners?
a. It allows the teacher to see psychodrama as a psychological a. project b. case study
tool. c. problem solving d. simulation
b. Children enjoy character portrayal
c. It allows children to make moral statement in the class. 9. The __________ method is used to find out the learner’s knowledge
d. It enables students to learn cooperative self-expression.
about a certain topic assigned to them.
a. independent study b. textbook
198. The theory of “identical elements” in learning holds that transfer is
c. lecture d. question and answer
facilitated when the _______.
A. development task is easily identified
10. The __________ approach is utilized when the learners are trained
B. teacher uses different teaching devices
C. learner has a mastery of specific responses to ask intelligent questions.
D. experience is similar to the application situation a. process b. discovery
c. inquiry d. value certification
199. A supervised study lesson is one whose purpose is to teach
children how to study a given subject effectively. In the supervised 11. If you wish to relate a subject matter to one of the four principle of
study lesson _________. learning, the ____________ approach should be used.
a. the guidance takes place in the classroom a. multidisciplinary b. interdisciplinary
b. the pupil is taught the technique of learning. c. conceptual d. integration
c. The teacher acts as guide in the various study procedures.
d. Guidance is one a one to one correspondent
12. The ____________ approach is used if the teacher wishes to solve 25. Which of the following method is used if the teacher wishes each
a problem being met in the school. one in the classroom to participate in analyzing an issue?
a. mastery b. integration a. small group discussion b. independent study
c. action learning d. value clarification c. debate d. experimentation

13. You wish to make the learners learn or internalize fully a subject 26. The ________ method is used when the teacher wishes the
matter to be taught to them. Which of the following will you need? learners to see the relationships of concepts and sub- concepts.
a. integrated b. multi- media a. observation b. independent study
c. mastery d. multi- disciplinary c. question and answer d. semantic webbing

14. Which of the following approaches will be used if you wish to relate 27. Which of the following methods if used, has the greatest appeal and
a particular subject to all disciplines of learning? security to the learners?
a. multi- disciplinary b. a. project b. question and answer
interdisciplinary c. participatory d. dramatization
c. value clarification d. integration
28. Which of the following methods will one uses if the learners are
15. To enable the learners to learn by their own pace of growth, asked to find out the problem prevailing in their community?
____________ approach is used. a. project b. question and answer
a. inquiry b. discovery c. reporting d. survey
c. mastery d. modular
29. The ___________ method is used when the learners are asked to
16. The ___________ approach is observed when the learners want to get the opinions of concerned people regarding an issue of which they
meet the criterion level of success act set by the teachers. have knowledge of
a. Mastery learning b. Interdisciplinary a. value clarification b. interview
c. Conceptual d. Modular c. case study d. research
30. Which of the following is a meaningful school situation for the
17. Which approach is used to emphasize the skill in forming
conclusions? a. a lesson involving much attention
a. Multidisciplinary b. Interdisciplinary b. a lesson relating to the lived experience of the child
c. Conceptual d. Inquiry c. an activity which can direct bearing on his future
d. a story containing words that he already comprehends
18. Which of the following approaches is used to include issues
confronting the society? 31. When accepting to teach skill in problem- solving, a strong
a. Integration b. Interdisciplinary emphasis should be placed on the
c. Conceptual d. Inquiry a. use of imaginary problem in life
b. role of facts related to the learner’s experience
19. The __________ approach is used to make the learners enunciate c. role of individual maturation
their feelings or attitudes about certain issues. d. the proper classification of data and facts
a. value clarification b. mastery
c. integration d. interdisciplinary 32. Concomitant learning is
a. learning given in advice
20. The _________ method is used if the learners are to use their b. learning acquired not directly aimed at
senses effectively. c. requires learning situation in the classroom
a. textbook b. lecture demonstration d. the product of sophisticated planning
c. observation d. independent study
33. The use of audio visual teaching aids
21. Which of the following methods will be used if we wish the learners a. should be avoided when teaching concepts
to study a table/graph correctly? b. make it difficult to capitalize on pupil participation
a. chart analysis b. debate c. act largely supplanting verbal instruction
c. problem solving d. simulation d. assist mainly those who are visual minded

22. The __________ is used if the pupils are asked to prioritize certain 34. Which of the following explains why visual aids should be used in
actions or things. teaching?
a. simulation b. chart analysis a. it goes beyond the basic material
c. observation d. rank order b. it makes experiences more concrete
c. it arouses pupil’s participation
23. To make the learners decide which issues are acceptable to them 4. it reduces the cost of instruction
or not, the ___________ method should be utilized.
35. Methods and materials in high school, as contrasted to elementary
a. debate b. participatory
c. field trip d. simulation school should be
a. more varied because growth increases difference
24. The proper method to use to make the learners study how ants live b. more varied because of small classes
c. more uniform because the students are more mature
is the ____________ method.
a. participatory b. textbook
36. Which of the following is the best test for effective motivation?
c. experiment d. observation a. getting high grades
b. continued pursuit for the subject after the work has been a. it serves as a means to help pupils investigate science
evaluated phenomena.
c. paying attention and responding in class activity b. it is the activity which is most preferred by pupils.
d. conscientious preparation of lesson plans on the part of the c. it is done without a pre- learning
teacher d. it is used to reinforce knowledge by making it
37. Of the following, which do you think is the most difficult situation to
face? 47. Which of the following about experiments and demonstrations is not
a. how to provide for individual differences true?
b. how to find supplementary materials a. they should be planned carefully and exactly
c. what do you do with a problem learner b. necessary materials should be collected in advance
d. how to interpret test data c. they should not be tried out in advance
d. precautions should be given to the students
38. Compared with the teacher, teaching machines are least adopted to 48. All of the following statements about field trip is true except
improve student a. it is used to introduced or arose interest of the pupils
a. skill in interpersonal functioning b. . it is primarily done to fulfill the interest of the pupils
b. interest in machine c. it is a means to find the answers to questions and
c. mathematical skills problems in science
d. language development d. it makes use of all the senses of the students
39. Coupled with ordinary teaching situations, the use of programmed
instruction makes group activities. 49. In teaching characteristics of a thing, which of the following
a. impossible b. more productive methods is most appropriate?
c. more appropriate d. unnecessary a. discussion b. research
c. observation d. lecture
40. Why is programmed learning and machine teaching most interest to
teachers at present? 50. In the selection of a method of teaching, which of the following
a. because of public recognition should not be considered?
b. its unquestionable preventive aspects a. nature and learners
c. because of regency of their time c. parents and aspirations
d. due to appropriateness to learning principles b. availability of materials
d. subject matter
41. Which of the following would be the teacher observe in order to
make teaching functional in the classroom? 51. Which of the following objectives state a criterion level of success?
a. get and used the latest science equipment a. heat and water
b. visit museum and science centers b. assembles the materials in five minutes
c. use inexpensive and locally made equipment c. answers the questions given in the book
d. read modern books in science d. differentiates between good and bad materials

42. In which of the following steps of the lesson are the students given 52. For advanced pupils, what kind of activity should be given after the
the chance to manipulate materials? lesson is taught?
a. abstraction and comparison a. corrective activity c. reinforcement activity
b. exploration and discovery b. interest activity d. enrichment activity
c. preparation and discovery
d. evaluation 53. In leading the students to formulate generalizations, what kind of
question should be asked?
43. Which of the following activity appeals most to the learners? a. evaluation question c. hypothetical question
a. reading books, magazines and pamphlets b. rote- memory question d. focusing question
b. performing experiments
c. making reports or surveys 54. In order to keep the teacher from talking “too much” without
d. listening resource persons
diminishing her role as a guide during the class discussion, which of the
44. When attempting to teach skill in problem- solving, a strong following would be appropriated?
a. assign pupils leaders to take charge of the class
emphasis should be placed on the
b. use some silent signals or non-verbal cues
a. role of facts related to pupil’s experience
c. require those who would like to talk to say
b. acquisition of facts
c. use of imaginary problems something
d. classification of data d. talk only if the pupils are ready to listen

56. Which of the following justify the giving of formative test? 55. Which of the following is not true when using the discovery
a. to find out the interest of the learners approach?
b. to find out if the students can formulate a. the teacher uses many materials
generalizations b. the step in inductive method is used
c. to find out if the students know how to follow directions c. the lesson taught is evaluated
d. to find out if the pupils understood the concept d. the teacher begins the lesson by telling what the students are
expected to learn
46. Which of the following is true with regard to demonstration as one
way of presenting a lesson in social science? 56. The selection of subject matter in teaching depends on the
following sources:
a. The learner, with his emotional, intellectual, and physical d. give students time to think before answering
needs 63. Generally before planning activities and experiences for his class,
b. The environment, both natural and man – made, in which what would the teacher do first?
the learner lives a. give a diagnostic test
c. The science, especially biology, chemistry, physics, and c. consult the principal about his class
astronomy, and b. identify the resources of the community
d. The total school programs, as it relates to the needs of d. review the past lesson
society for informed citizens, capable of participating in
64. Which of the following activities should a teacher vide to his pupils
social living.
a. answers A, B, and C who need more practice to learn the skills?
a. review b. practice
c. answers A, C, and D
c. drill d. seatwork
b. answers B, C, and D
d. answers A, B, C, and D 65. If you recall, there are four variables in the teaching learning
process: the teacher, the nature of the subject matter, the learner and
57. On the current trends in teaching, the following are given:
a. Greater emphasis on deductive development of concepts the
a. references b. materials to use
and principle through the discovery of problem- solving
c. learning process d. objectives
b. A shift away teacher demonstration as a prime method of
66. Miss W reviews past lessons before introducing the new. She tries
teaching and toward pupil experimentation
to establish continuity in learning and obviously she upholds s the
c. A movement toward more pupil- teacher planned
principle of ___________.
experiments and away from simple manipulation directed by
a. cause and effect b. motivation
detailed instruction c. retention d. apperception
d. Increased use of audio- visual instructional by small groups
or by individual students 67. Logically a teacher delegates some of her responsibilities to the
a. answers A, B, and D whole class. He has an attendance monitor, pupils in charge of
c. Social Learning distributing and collecting materials. The teacher is good in
b. answers B, C, and D a. classroom management c. development of values
d. Behavioristic Learning b. application of theories d. instructional planning

58. Usually, children learn mainly by observation. By doing this, they 68. The teacher who maintains disciplines and sustains interest of the
can get the information they need and incorporate it in the schemata. student’s in spite of the big number of pupils in her class is said to be
Which theory of learning is observed? skilled in the ______________ aspect of classroom management.
a. Cognitive learning c. Social learning a. group focus c. with- it
b. Humanistic learning d. Behavioristic learning b. movement management d. overlapping activities

59. By and large educational authorities agree that character is 69. All of the following are characteristics of a good question except
“caught” and not “taught”. What is the rationale for this? a. requires brief and direct answers
a. Character is generally dependent on reasoning and intelligent b. stimulates students to think
thinking c. calls for straightforward response
b. Character is inborn and therefore it resists changes d. appropriate to its purpose
c. Character is generally dependent on what are seen and
experienced 70. In solving problems in Mathematics, at times these questions are
d. Character is developed through the process of trial and error asked: “What is given? “What is asked?” and “What process will you
use?” These type of questions are
60. Miss X gives this activity to her pupils for ten minutes after the a. diagnostic b. thought- provoking
discussion of a lesson to help them transfer new information into long- c. recall d. analytical
term memory and relate them with the old lessons. What do you call
this activity? 71. Logically, how can a teacher maintain the standard of quality and
a. drill b. practice effectiveness of audio- visual materials in her room?
c. motivation d. review a. by following closely the correct procedure in presenting them
b. by constantly using them whenever possible
61. If a teacher discovers a mathematically- gifted child in her class, c. by having various types of materials
what best arrangements will be observed? d. by continuously evaluating the revising materials
a. provide him with enrichment activities
b. let him teach the slow learners 72. It is stated that audio- visual aids complement teaching to make
c. place him in a special class perception more quickly and clearly. Why?
d. accelerate him to the next grade level a. they present programmed information
b. they present multi- sensory experience
62. Accordingly, one of the disadvantages of the recitation strategy is c. they provide verbal and symbolic experiences
that it does not encourage understanding of information. How can the d. they make information readily available
teachers improve the strategy?
73. A new teacher wants to prepare instructional material focusing
a. ask many questions about the topic
b. ask thought- provoking questions informal activities with goals, rules and rewards. Which of the following
c. assign study topics beforehand can she prepare without necessarily spending money?
a. puppets b. games
c. drawings d. plays 83. Mr. XW provides his class with experience which is abstractions of
the real world involving objects, processes or situations with goals,
74. The first task in the selection of media in teaching is to determine rules and rewards. Obviously, the ___________ approach is used by
the him.
a. choice of the students c. techniques to be used a. Discussion b. Role Playing
b. availability of the media c. Activity d. Simulation
d. strategies and techniques
84. Mr. Cruz is tired on his discussion method of teaching, so he tried a
75. It is accepted practice that in preparing a lesson for a day, the
new one. The class invited resource persons and after their talks, the
setting of objectives is followed by the selection of _________ to
class was required to participate. This is called __________.
achieve the objectives. a. Debate b. Symposium
a. activities and references c. Round table conference d. Brainstorming
c. group leaders and members
b. methods and procedures 85. What method is used when a large number of imaginative ideas or
d. strategies and techniques
solutions to open- ended problems are elicited from a group of
76. To you, which of these skills is basic and necessary in all individuals who are encouraged to expand their thinking beyond the
investigate activities of the learners? routine sort of suggestions?
a. inferring b. comparing a. Buzz session b. Brainstorming
c. Fish bowl technique d. Critiquing session
c. observing d. measuring
86. What method is resorted to by teachers to students who need more
77. What is the reason why learning activities should be carefully
closely monitored practice and drills before they can proceed to other
a. the accomplishment of the objectives depends on it task? Corrective feedback is provided for them to grasp the materials
b. the learner’s skill and attitudes are developed and avoid frustrations?
c. they are centered In the children’s energies a. Programmed b. Independent Study
d. the teacher’s ability to plan is tested c. Remedial d. Self- directed

78. Which of the following is manifested if there are available textbooks 87. Miss Santos grouped her class into small group of 3 to 4 members
and materials for every learner? each. Each group was given time to discuss the problems. Reporters
a. improvement of quality education from each group presented the solutions to the given problems to the
b. development of study skills whole class. This technique is called
c. encouragement of the student to study a. Buzz session b. Fish Bowl Technique
d. improvement of school and community relation c. Forum d. Simulation

79. In your new class, you observed that pupils answer even when not 88. What method is used when a teacher provides various exercises
called, about “Ma’am” to get your attention, and laugh whenever with increasing difficulty to her class and the students are very
someone commits mistakes. What should you do to stop this receptive?
malpractice? a. story grammar, structural
a. involve the whole class in setting rules to conduct for the class c. multi- level
b. write the parents about their children’s misbehavior b. diagnostic perspective
c. send the pupils who are misbehaving to the guidance counselor d. dimensional
d. set the rules for the class to observe
89. An experienced teacher of the school is requested to assist and
80. During a typhoon, your room was one of those damaged and you help the inexperienced teachers. This strategy is called ____________
were advised to hold classes on the stage. What should you do to a. peer teaching b. pair teaching
manage the class? c. peer coaching d. team teaching
a. create the most conducive and comfortable setting out of the 90. Logically, both review and practice are necessary to reinforce
situation retention of what has been learned. The latter is most useful in the
b. instruct other pupils not to loiter a. changing of attitudes
c. post a sign “Class Going On” so as not to disrupt classes c. comparisons of concepts learned
d. arrange the pupils to the left side of the stage b. understanding of vague concepts
d. mastery skills
81. What can you do to adapt yourself to the technological advances in
teaching and learning? 91. You will be assigned to another school after the second grading
a. encourage my co- teachers to make use of them period. You will:
b. do away with the traditional methods a. leave important completed school records to the principal
c. learn and apply the technology b. report at once to the principal at the said school
d. be acquainted with the new technology c. ask your co- teacher next to your room to complete your records
d. ask the principal to complete all your records
82. How does the Department of Education respond primarily to the
changes occurring in the modern world? 92. A new co- teacher of yours comes terribly ill and could not teach her
a. by simplifying administrative function class. The principal is not in the school as he is attending a whole day
b. by establishing schools in every barangay meeting in another district. You will:
c. by modifying the curriculum a. tell her to go home and dismiss her class
d. by giving more emphasis on teacher’s roles
b. combine her class to your class 5. A teacher is said to be “trustee of the cultural and educational
c. refer the matter to the teacher in charge of the school heritage of the nation and is under obligation to transmit to
whenever the principal is out learners such heritage”. Which practice makes the teacher fulfill
d. ask the assistant principal to teach her class such obligation?
a. Use interactive teaching strategies.
93. You were required eight hours to work although your official time is b. Use the latest educational technology.
only six hours. c. Observe continuing professional education
a. leave the school when the principal is not watching d. As a class, study the life of Filipino heroes.
b. entertain the principal in her office
c. gossip with your close friends 6. Which actions show that political factors affect schools as agents
d. find something useful to do within the school building to of change?
complete the required eight hours I. The strengthening of the teaching of English in Philippines
94. The barangay chairman needs you to lecture to the barrio youths II. The introduction of mandated subjects such as Rizal in the
but you have a class. curriculum
a. tell him you cannot make it III. The practice of mainstreaming
b. tell him to look after your class so that you can do what he is IV. The turnover of day care centers for DSWD to DepEd for
a. I and III c. II and III
c. bring your class to the Barrio Hall
d. refer matter to your principal for appropriate action b. I and II d. II and IV

95. This is conflict of procedures to follow and responsibilities and 7. For more efficient and effective management of school as agents
of change, one proposal is for the DepEd to cluster remote stand-
functions as regards the issuance of records in your school. Which of
alone schools under one lead school head. Which factor has the
the following will you suggest immediately? strongest influence on this proposal?
a. a workflow chart c. action office a. Psychological c. Geographical
b. organizational chart d. grievance/complaint office
b. Historical d. Social

8. What does the acronym EFA imply for schools?

a. The acceptance of exclusive schools for boys and for girls.
1. You are very much interested in a quality professional b. The stress on the superiority of formal education over that of
development program for teachers. What characteristic should alternative learning system.
you look for? c. Practice of inclusive education
a. Prescribe by top educational teachers d. The concentration on formal education system
b. Dependent on the availability of funds
c. Required for renewal of professional license 9. The wide acceptance of “bottom up” management style has
d. Responsive to identified teacher’s needs. influenced schools to practice which management practice?
a. Exclusion of politicians from the pool of guest speakers
2. To ensure high standards of teachers’ personal and professional during graduation exercises.
development, which of the following measures must be b. Prescription of what ought to be done from the Center
implemented? Office.
I. A school head plans the professional development of his/her c. Involvement of students, parents, teachers, and
teachers. community in school planning
II. Every teacher formulates his/her own professional d. Allowing schools to do what they think is best
development plan 10. Large class size in congested cities is a common problem in our
III. The implementation of what is learned in a training must be public schools. Which measure/s have schools taken to offset the
monitored. effects of large class?
a. I only II and III I. The deployment of more teachers
b. I and III d. II only II. The implementation of 1:1 pupil textbook ratio
III. The conduct of morning and afternoon sessions
3. As a community leader, which of the following should a teacher a. I, II and III c. III only
NOT do? b. I and II d. II only
a. Support effort of the community to improve their status in
life. 11. The failure of independent study with most Filipino students may
b. Make herself aloof to ensure that her decisions will be attributed to students’:
not be influenced by the community politics. a. unpreparedness from schooling
c. Solicit donation from philanthropists in the community. b. ambivalence
d. Play an active part in the activities of the community. c. high degree of independence
d. high degree of independence on authority
4. In a highly pluralistic society, what type of learning environment is
the responsibility of the teacher? 12. The schooling incidents in school campuses abroad have made
I. Safe school to rethink the curriculum. Which is believed to counteract
II. Gender-biased such incidents and so is being introduced in schools?
III. Secure I. Inclusion of socio-emotional teaching
a. I and II c. II only II. The emphasis on the concept of competition against self
and not against others
b. I, II and II I d. I and III
III. Focus on academic achievement and productivity
a. I and III c. I and II
b. II and III d. I, II and III 21. Which pillar of learning is aimed at the holistic development of
man and his complete fulfillment?
13. Widespread abuse of Mother Earth prompted schools to teach a. Learning to be
sustainable development. Which one does this prove about b. Learning to know
schools? c. Learning to live together
a. The curricula of schools are centered on Mother Earth. d. Learning to do
b. Schools can easily integrate sustained development in
their curriculum. 22. Material development at the expense of human development
c. Sustained development cannot be effectively taught in the points to the need to do more in school.
classroom. a. “Learning to do”
d. Environment factors influence the school as an agent of b. “Learning to know”
change. c. “Learning to live together”
d. “Learning to be”
14. A father tells his daughter “You are a woman. You are meant for
the home and so for you, going to school is not necessary.” Is the 23. A student complains to you about his failing grade. When you
father CORRECT? recomputed you found out that you committed an error in this
a. It depends on the place when the daughter and the father grade computation. Your decision is not accept the erroneous
live. computation before the student and so leave the failing grade as
b. Yes, women are meant to be a mother only. is for fear that you may lose credibility. Is this morally right?
c. No. today women can take on the jobs of men. a. No, the reason for not accepting the error before the
d. No, there is gender equality in education. students in flimsy.
b. No, the end does not justify the means
15. Is there a legal basis for increasing the teacher’s starting salary to c. Yes, the end justifies the means
P18,000 an months? d. Yes, as a teacher you must maintain your credibility
a. No, it is a gift to teachers from Congress
b. Yes, R.A 7836 24. Which violate(s) the principle of respect?
c. No, it is simply an act of benevolence from President GMA I. Teacher A tells her students that what Teacher B taught is
d. Yes, the Phil. Constitution wrong.
II. To retaliate, Teacher B advises students not to enroll in
16. As provided for the Educational Act of 1982, how are the Teacher A’s class.
institutions of learning encourage to set higher standards of III. Teacher C secretly gives way to a special favor (e.g. add 2
equality over the minimum standards required for state points to grade) requested by student A, who is vying for
recognition? honors.
a. Granting of Special Permit a. II and III c. I and II
b. Academic freedom b. I, II and III d. I and III
c. Continuing Professional Education
d. Voluntary accreditation 25. Which is/are in accordance with the principle of pedagogical
17. Despite of opposition from some school official, DepEd has I. Communication of objectives of the course to students
continuously enforced the “no collection of fees” policy during II. Awareness of alternative instruction strategies
enrolment period in public schools. In this policy in accordance III. Selection of appropriate methods of instruction
with EFA goals? a. I and III c. III only
a. No, it violates the mandate of equality education b. I, II and III d. II and III
b. Yes, it somewhat eliminates gender disparities
c. Yes, it supports equitable access to basic education 26. With a death threat over his head, Teacher D is directed to pass
d. No. it does not support parent of adult education an undeserving student. Which will a utilitarianist do?
a. Pass the student, why suffer the threat?
18. “Specialization is knowing more and more about less and less”. b. Don’t pass him; live by your principle of justice. You will get
Hence, it is better to be a generalist, claims Teacher F. Which reward, if not in this life, in the next.
Philosophy does Teacher F. subscribe to? c. Pass the student. That will be of use to the student,
a. Existentialism c. Essentialism his parents and you.
b. Perennialism d. Progressivism d. Don’t pass him. You surely will not like someone to give you
a death threat in other to pass.
19. Mencius believed that all people are born good. This thought on
the innate goodness of people makes it easier to our 27. Teacher A knows of the illegal activities of a neighbor but keeps
pupils. quiet in order not to be involved in any investigation. Which
a. teach c. like foundational principle of morality does Teacher A fail to apply?
b. Respect d. motivate a. The end does not justify the means
b. The end justifies the means
20. The specialization requires of every professional teacher for c. Always do what is right
him/her to be competent is in line with which pillar of learning? d. Between two evils, do the lesser evil
a. Learning to know
b. Learning to be 28. To earn units for promotion, a teacher pays her fee but does not
c. Learning to live together attend class at all. Does this constitute professional growth?
d. Learning to do a. Not immediately but yes after promotion
b. It depends on the school she is enrolled in
c. No, it is simply earning MA units for promotion
d. Yes, just enrolling in an MA program is already professional a. URL
growth b. Browser
c. Welcome page
29. If a teacher asks more higher-order questions, he has to ask more d. World Wide Web
a. fact c. convergent 39. Which characteristics must be primary considered as a choice of
b. close d. concept instructional aids?
a. Stimulate and maintain students interests
30. Misdemeanor has a “ripple effect”. This implies that as a b. Suited to the lesson objectives
classroom manager, a teacher c. Updated and relevant to Filipino setting
a. reinforces positive behavior d. New and skillfully made
b. responds to misbehavior promptly
c. is consistent in her classroom management practice 40. You can exhibit referent power on the first day of school by
d. count 1 to 10 before she deals with a misbehaving student a. telling them the importance of good grades
b. giving your students a sense of belongingness and
31. Based on Edgar Dale’s “Cone of Experience”, which activity is acceptance
farthest from the real thing? c. making them feel you know what you are taking about
a. Watching demo c. Video disc d. reminding your students your authority over them again and
b. Attending exhibit d. Viewing images again

32. The students of Teacher Y scan an electronic encyclopedia, view 41. I would like to use a model to emphasize particular part. Which of
a film on subject, or look at related topics at the touch of a button these would be MOST appropriate?
right there in the classroom. Which device/s des teacher Y’s class a. Realia c. Stimulation
have? b. Audio recording d. Mock up
a. Teaching machines
b. CD 42. What must a teacher do to ensure orderly transitions between
c. Video disc activities?
d. Videotaped lesson a. Allow time for the students to socialize in between activities
b. Have the materials ready at the start of the activity
33. Which is an INAPPROPIATE way to manage off-task behavior? c. Assign fewer exercise to fill the allotted time
a. Redirect a child’s attention to task and check his progress to d. Wait for students who lag behind
make sure he is continuing work
b. Make eye contact to communicate what you wish to 43. The task of setting up routine activities for effective classroom
communicate management is a task that a teacher should undertake
c. Move closer to the child to make him feel your presence a. as soon as the students have adjusted to their schedules
d. Stop your class activity to correct a child who is no b. on the very first day of school
longer on task c. every day at the start of the session
d. every homeroom day
34. To be an effective classroom manager, a teacher must be friendly
but must at the same time be . 44. Teacher S uses the low-profile classroom control technique most
a. confident c. analytical of the time. What does this imply?
b. strict d. buddy-buddy a. She is reactive in her disciplinary orientation
b. She manages pupils personalities
35. Which software is needed when one wants to perform automatic c. She reacts severely to a misbehaving student
calculations on numerical data? d. She stops misbehaving without disrupting lesson flow
a. Database
b. Spreadsheet Program 45. When teacher tries to elicit clarification on a student response or
c. Microsoft Word solicits additional information, which of these should be use?
d. Microsoft Powerpoint a. Directing c. Structuring
b. Probing d. Cross examining
36. Which of the following questions must be considered in evaluating
teacher-made materials? 46. Which priority criterion should guide a teacher in the choice of
a. Is the material new? instructional devices?
b. Does the material simulate individualism? a. Novelty c. Attractiveness
c. Is the material expensive? b. Cost d. Appropriateness

37. Kounin claims that “with-it-ness” is one of the characteristics of an 47. Which learning activity is MOST appropriate if a teacher’s focus is
effective classroom manager. What is one sign of “with-it-ness”? attitudinal change?
a. Giving attention to students who are having difficulty with a. Fieldtrip c. Role play
school work b. Exhibit d. Game
b. Seeing only a portion of the class but intensively
c. Knowing where instructional materials are kept 48. Teacher H strives to draw participation of every student into her
d. Aware of what’s happening in all parts of the classroom discussion. Which of these student needs is she trying
classroom to address? The need to .
a. shoe one’s oral abilities to the rest of the class
38. Which of these is one of the ways by which the internet enables b. feel significant and be part of a group
people to browse documents connected by hypertext links? c. get everything and be part of a group
d. be creative a. Interaction is a must, but not necessarily face to-face
49. Instead of teacher giving this comment a student response. b. Student’s success depends on the success of the group
“You’re on the wrong track!” what should be teacher do? c. Student’s individuality evaluates how effectively their
a. Change the question to an easier one group worked.
b. Redirect the question by calling another student to d. The accountability for learning is on the group not on the
recite individual
c. Probe to redirect the response into a more productive area
d. Pause, ask the question, lecture, then ask the question 57. What principle is violated by overusing the chalkboard, as though
again it is the only education technology available?
a. Isolated use c. Variety
50. If curriculum is designed following the traditional approach, which b. Flexibility d. Uniformity
feature(s) apply(ies)?
I. The aims of the curriculum are set by professionals and 58. Which statement applies a CORRECTLY to Edgar Dale’s ”Cone
experts of Experience”
II. Interested groups (teachers, students, communities) are a. The farther you are from the base, the more direct the
assumed to agree with the aims of the curriculum learning experience becomes.
III. Consensus building in not necessary b. The farther you are from the bottom, the more direct the
a. III only c. I, II learning experience becomes.
b. I, II, III d. I, III c. The closer you are from the base, the more indirect the
learning experience becomes
51. I want my student to develop the ability to look at a problem from d. The closer you are from the base, the more direct the
various perspectives. Which approach will be MOST fit? learning experience becomes
a. Behaviorist approach
b. Computer-based Education 59. “When more senses are stimulated, teaching and learning
c. Modular approach become more effective.” What is an application of this principle?
d. Cognitive approach a. Appeal to student’s sense of imagination
b. Use multisensory aids
52. One’s approach to teaching is influenced by Howard Gardner’s MI c. Make your students touch the instructional material
Theory. What is he/she challenged to do? d. Use audiovisual aids because the eyes and the eras are the
I. To come up with 9 different ways of approaching lesson to most important senses in learning.
cater to the 9 multiple intelligence
II. To develop all student’s skill in all nine intelligences 60. Which is a classroom application of the theory of “operant
III. To provide worthwhile activities that acknowledge individual conditioning”?
difference in children a. Help student see the connectedness of facts, concepts, and
a. I, II and III c. II only principles
b. II, III d. III only b. Create a classroom atmosphere that elicits relaxation
c. Reinforce a good behavior to increase the likelihood
53. If my approach to my lesson is behaviorist, what features will that the learner will repeat the response
dominate my lesson? d. Make students learn by operating manipulative
I. Copying notes III. Lecturing
II. Reasoning IV. Demonstration 61. TEACHER: Why is the process called photosynthesis?
a. III, IV c. I, II, III, IV STUDENT: I don’t know
b. I, III, IV d. II, III, IV Which questioning technique should be the teacher use?
a. Clarification c. Prompting
54. You practice inclusive education. Which of these applies to you? b. Multiple response d. Concept review
I. You accept every student as full and valued member of the
class and school community 62. Here is the test item.
II. Your special attention is on learners with specific learning or “From the data presented in the table, form
social needs generalizations that are supported by the data”.
III. Your address the needs of the class as a whole within the Under what type of question does this item fall?
context of the learners with specific learning or social needs a. Convergent c. Application
a. II only c. I only b. Evaluative d. Divergent
b. I and II d. I and III
63. I want to teach concepts, patterns and abstractions. Which
55. School curriculum reflects the world’s economic and political method will be MOST appropriate?
integration and industrialization. What does this point in a. Discovery c. Direct instruction
curriculum development?
b. Indirect instruction d. Problem solving
a. The trend towards the classical approach to curriculum
development 64. Teacher A teaches English as a Second Language. She uses
b. The trend toward the globalization and localization vocabulary cards, fill-in-the-blanks sentences, dialogues, and
c. The trend toward participatory curriculum development dictation and writing exercises in teaching a lesson about grocery
d. The shift in the paradigm of curriculum development shopping. Based on this information, which of the following is a
from a process-oriented to a product-oriented one valid conclusion?
a. The teacher wants to make her teaching easier by having
56. You choose cooperative learning as a teaching approach. What les talk
thought is impressed on your students? b. The teacher emphasizing reading and writing skills
c. The teacher is teaching in a variety of ways because not all c. Learning math as applied to situations, such as being
students learn in the same manner a tool of science
d. The teacher is applying Bloom’s hierarchy of cognitive d. solving problems by applying learned formulas
73. After the reading of a selection in the class, which of these
65. Teacher A an experienced teacher, does daily review of past activities can enhance student’s creativity?
lessons in order to I. Reader’s theater
a. introduce a new lesson II. Reading aloud
b. reflect on how he presented the previous lessons III. Silent reading
c. provide his pupils with a sense of continuity a. I and II c. I only
d. determine who among his pupils are studying b. II only d. III only

66. I combined several subject areas in order to focus on a single 74. Teacher C, a Reading teacher, advised the class to “read between
concept for interdisciplinary teaching. Which strategy did I use? the lines”. What does she want her pupils to do?
a. Reading-writing activity a. Make an educated guess
b. Thematic introduction b. Determine what is meant by what is stated
c. Unit method c. Apply the information read
d. Problem-centered learning d. Describe the characters in the story

67. To teach the democratic process to the pupils, Biag Elementary 75. To nurture students’ creativity, which activity should a teacher
School decided that the election of class officers shall be AVOID?
patterned after local elections. There are qualifications set for a. Ask “what if…” questions
candidates, limited period for campaign and rules for posting b. Ask divergent thinking questions
campaign materials, etc. Which of the following did the school c. Emphasize the need to give right answers
use? d. Be open to “out-of-this-world” ideas
a. Symposium c. Role playing
b. Simulation d. Philips 66 76. Teacher R wants to develop his student’s creativity. Which type of
questions will be MOST appropriate?
68. Which are effective methods in teaching student critical reading a. Synthesis questions
skills? b. Fact questions
I. Interpret editorial c. “What if….” questions
II. Read and interpret three different movie reviews d. Analysis questions
III. Read a position paper and deduce underlying assumptions
of the position papers 77. In my attempt to develop creative thinking skills, I want to test
a. II and III c. I and II fluency of ideas. Which activity for my students will be MOST
b. I and III d. I, II and III appropriate?
a. Solve this math problem
69. Here is a test item b. List animals covered with hair in 1 minute
“The improvement of basic education should be the c. Solve this puzzle
top priority of the Philippine government. Defend or d. Compare pictures 1 and 2. Where are the differences?
refute this position”.
Under what type of question does this test item 78. You want your students to answer the questions at the end of a
fall? reading lesson. “What did I learn?”, “What still puzzle me?”, “What
a. Low-level c. Analysis did I enjoy, hate accomplish in the class today”? , “How did I learn
b. Evaluative d. Convergent from the lesson?” Which of the following are you asking them to
a. Work on an assignment
70. When I teach, I often engage in brainstorming. Which do I avoid? b. Make journal entry
a. Break down barriers c. Work on a drill
b. Increase creativity d. Apply what they learned
c. Generate many ideas
d. Selectively involves pupils 79. After reading an essay, Teacher B wants to help sharpen her
students’ ability to interpret. Which of these activities will be most
71. Teacher S teaches a lesson in which students must recognize that appropriate?
¼ is the same 0.25. They use this relationship to determine that a. Drawing conclusions
0.15 and 0.20 are slightly less than ¼. Which of the following b. Making inferences
concept/s is/are being taught?
c. Getting the main idea
a. Numeration skills
d. Listing facts separately from opinion
b. Place value of decimals
c. Numeration skills of decimals and relationships between 80. A man and his son are driving in a car. The car crashes into a
fractions and decimals tree, killing the father and seriously injury his son. At the hospital,
d. Relationship between fraction and decimals the boy needs to have surgery. Looking at the boy, the doctor
says (telling the truth),”I cannot operate on him. He is my son.
72. What is the best way to develop math concept? How can this be?
a. Solving problems using multiple approaches ASWER: The doctor is the boy’s mother.
b. Solving problems by looking for correct answer The above brain twister helps develop critical
reading skills. Which activity was used?
a. Comparing a. Environmentalism c. Cognitivism
b. Classifying b. Behaviorism d. Constructivism
c. Inferring meaning
d. Looking for cause and effect 89. Bandura’s social learning theory, states that children often imitate
those who
81. Research says that mastery experiences increase confidence and I. have substantial influence over their lives
willingness to try similar or more challenging tasks as reading. II. belong their peer group
What does this imply for children’s reading performance? III. belong to other races
a. Children who have not mastered the basic skills are more IV. are successful and seem admired
likely to be motivated to read in order to gain mastery over a. IV only c. I and II
basic skills. b. I and IV d. II and IV
b. Children who have mastered basic skills are more likely to
be less motivated to read because they get fed up with too 90. According to Erikson, what years are critical for the development
much reading. of self-confidence?
c. Children who have a high sense of self-confidence are not a. High school years
necessarily those who can read b. College years
d. Children who have gained mastery over basic skills c. Preschool years
are more motivated to read d. Elementary school years

82. The value that students put on reading is critical to their success. 91. Which of the following does NOT describe the development of
In what way/s can teachers inculcate his value for reading? children aged 11 to 13?
I. Sharing the excitement of read-aloud a. They exhibit increased objectivity in thinking
II. Showing their passion for reading b. They shift from impulsivity to adaptive ability
III. Being rewarded to demonstrate the value of reading c. Sex difference in IQ become more evident
a. II and III c. I, II and III d. They show abstract thinking and judgment
b. I and II d. II only
92. Teacher H begins a lesson on tumbling, demonstrating front and
83. Bruner’s theory on intellectual development moves from enactive back somersaults in slow motion and physically guiding his
to iconic and symbolic stages. Applying Bruner’s theory. How students through the correct movements. As his students become
would you teach? more skillful, he stands back from the man and gives verbal
a. Be interactive in approach feedback about how to improve. With Vygotsky’s theory in mind,
b. Begin with the abstract what did Teacher H do?
c. Begin with the concrete a. Apprenticeship
d. do direct instruction b. Guided participation
c. Peer interaction
84. A person who has painful experiences at the dentist’s office may d. Scaffolding
become fearful at the mere sight of the dentist’s office building.
Which theory can explain this? 93. What does Gagne’s hierarchy theory propose for effective
a. Generalization instruction?
b. Operant Conditioning a. Be concerned with the socio-emotional climate in the
c. Attribution theory classroom
d. Classical conditioning b. Teach beginning with the concrete
c. Sequence instruction
85. Which is/are the basic assumption/s of behaviorists? d. Reward good behavior
I. The mind of newborn child is a blank state.
II. all behaviors are determined by environmental events 94. William Glasser’s control theory states that behavior is inspired by
III. The child has a certain degree of freedom not to allow what satisfies a person’s want at any given time. What then must
himself to be shaped by his environment. a teacher do to motivate students to learn?
a. III only c. II only a. Make teaching-leaning interactive
b. I and II d. I and II b. Avoid giving assignments
c. Organize a curriculum in a spiral manner
86. If a student is encourage to develop himself to the fullest and d. Make schoolwork relevant to students’ basic human
must satisfy his hierarchy of needs, the highest needs to satisfy needs.
according to Maslow is .
a. psychological need c. belongingness 95. Soc exhibit fear response to freely roaming dogs but does not
b. self-actualization d. safety needs show fear when a dog is on a leash or confined to a pen. Which
conditioning process is illustrated?
87. In a Social studies class. Teacher I presents a morally ambiguous a. extinction c. acquisition
situation and asks student what they would do. On whose theory b. generalization d. discrimination
is Teacher I’s technique based?
a. Bandura c. Kohberg 96. Based on Freud’s theory, which operate/s when a student strikes
b. Piaget d. Bruner a classmate at the height of anger?
a. Ego c. Id and Ego interact
88. Teacher F is convinced that whatever a student performs a b. Id d. Superego
desired behavior, provide reinforcement and soon the student
learns to perform the behavior on his own. On which principle is
Teacher F’s conviction based?
97. Bernadette enjoyed the roller coaster when he and her family II. Exclusive
went to Enchanted Kingdom. The mere sight of a roller coaster III. Gender-sensitive
gets her excited. Which theory explains Bernadette’s behavior? a. I only c. I and III
a. Operant conditioning b. III only d. II and III
b. Social learning theory
c. Attribution theory 105. Which of the following steps should be completed first in planning
d. Pavlovian conditioning an achievement test?
a. Define the instructional objective
98. According to Freud, with which should one be concerned if he/she b. Set up a table of specialization
has to develop in the students a correct sense of right and wrong? c. Select the types of test items to use
I. Super-ego II. Ego III. Id d. Decide on the length of the test
a. I and II c. I
b. II d. III 106. The computed r from scores in Math and Science in 0.92. What
does this mean?
99. When small children call animals “dog”, what process is illustrated a. Math score is positive related to Science score
on Piaget’s cognitive development theory? b. The higher the Math score, the lower the Science score
a. reversion c. accommodation c. Math score is not in any way related to Science score
b. assimilation d. conservation d. Science score is slightly related to math score

100. Researchers found that when a child is engaged in a learning 107. Which types of test is most appropriate if Teacher Y wants to
experience a number of areas of the brain are simultaneously measure student’s ability to organize thoughts and ideas?
activated. Which of the following is/are implication/s of this a. Short answer type of test
research finding? b. Extended response essay
I. Make use of field trips, guest speakers c. Modified alternative response
II. Do multicultural units of study d. Limited response essay
III. Stick to the “left brain and right brain” approach
a. I and III c. I and II 108. With assessment of affective learning in mind, which does NOT
b. I only d. II only belong to the group?
a. Cloze test c. Reflective writing
101. Which appropriate teaching practice flows from this research b. Moral dilemma d. Diary entry
finding on the brain: “The brain’s emotional center is tied into its
ability to learn”. 109. I want to test student’s synthesizing skills. Which has the highest
a. Establish the discipline of being judgmental in attitude diagnostic value?
b. Come up with highly competitive games where winners will a. multiple choice test c. Essay test
feel happy b. Performance test d. Completion test
c. Tell the students to participate in class activities or else
won’t receive plus points in class recitation 110.
d. Create a learning environment that encourages is an example of a leafy
students to explore their feeling and ideas freely
Why is this test item poor?
102. Research on Piagetian tasks indicates that thinking becomes I. The test item does not pose a problem to the examinee
more logical and abstract as children reach the formal operations II. There are variety of possible correct answer to this item
stage. What is an educational implication of this finding? III. the language used in the question is not precise
a. Engage children in analogical reasoning as early as IV. The blank is near the beginning of a sentence
preschool to train them for higher order thinking skills A. I and III
(HOTS) B. II and IV
b. Learners who are not capable of logical reasoning from C. I and IV
ages 8 to 11 lag behind in their cognitive development D. I and II
c. Let children be children
d. Expect hypothetical reasoning for learners between
12 to 15 years of age

103. Research says: “People tend to attribute their successes to 111.

internal causes and their failures to external causes. “Based on What follows is a multiple choice type of
this finding, what should be taught to students for them to be
genuinely motivated to succeed? test.
a. Tell them the research finding when applied will make them
genuinely motivated Some test items .
b. Convince them that genuine motivation is the only factor that
matters for a person to succeed a. are too difficult
c. Make them realize that failure is a part of life
b. are objective
d. Make them realize that both success and failure are more a
function of internal causes. c. are poorly constructed
d. have multiple defensible answers
104. Which characterize/s a learning environment that promotes
fairness among learners of various cultures, family background
and gender? What makes the multiple choice type of test poor?
I. Inclusive a. The options are not grammatically connected to the stem
b. The stem fails to present a problem b. Average
c. There are grammatical clues c. Needs Improvement
d. The options are not parallel d. Above average

112. If a teacher wants to measure her students’ ability to discriminate, 120. Use the inbox below to answer the question that follows:
which of these is an appropriate type of test item as implied by the Percentage Grades for Final Examination
a. “Outline the Chapter on The Cell”.
b. “Summarize the lesson yesterday”.
c. “Group the following items according to shape”.
d. “State a set of principle that can explain the following 40 70 80 90 100
events”. Which of the following statement is TRUE about the plot of
grades above?
113. A test item has a difficult index of 0.89 and a discrimination index a. The median is a score of 80 and the range is 60.
of 0.44. What should the teacher do? b. The median is a score of 70 and the range is 60.
a. Reject the item c. The median is a score of 80 and the range is 20.
b. Retain the item d. The median is a score of 70 and the range is 20.
c. Make it a bonus item
d. Make it a bonus item and reject it 121. Which can be said of Arielle who obtained a score of 75 out of
100 items in a Grammar objective test?
114. Which form of assessment is consistent with the saying “The a. She performed better than 25% of her classmates
proof of the pudding is in the eating”. b. She answered 75 items in the test correctly
a. Contrived c. Traditional c. Her rating is 75
b. Authentic d. Indirect d. She answered 75% of the test items correctly

115. Who is best admired for outstanding

122. The criterion of success in Teacher D’s objective is that “the pupils
contribution to world peace? must be able to spell 90% of the words correctly”. Ana and 24
others in the class spelled only 40 out of 50 words correctly while
a. Kissinger c. Kennedy the rest scored 45 and above. This means that Teacher D
b. Clinton d. Mother Teresa a. attained her lesson objective
b. did not attain her lesson objective because of the pupils’
What is WRONG with this item? lack of attention
a. Item is overly specific c. failed to attain her lesson objective as far as the 25
b. Content is trivial pupils are concerned
c. Test item is option-based d. attained her lesson objective because of her effective
d. There is a cue to the right answer spelling drill

116. Student’s score were as follows: 82, 83, 84, 86, 88, 84, 83, 85. 123. If the scores of your test follow a negatively skewed score
The score 86 is the. distribution, what should you do?
a. mode c. median Find out ?
b. average d. mean a. why your items were easy
b. why most of the scores are high
117. Which text form would you choose if you want to have a valid and c. why most of the scores are low
reliable test based on the table below? d. why some pupils scored high

Test Form Validity Index Reliability Index 124. Principal A is talking about “grading on the curve” in a faculty
A .47 .68 meeting. What does this expression refer to?
B .87 .57 a. A student mark compares his achievement to his effort.
C .20 .86 b. A student’s grade or mark depends on how his
D .40 .41 achievement compares with the achievement of other
E .63 .07 students in a class.
c. A student’s grade determines whether or not a student
a. A only c. A and D attains a defined standard of achievement
b. B only d. B and E d. A student mark tells how closely he is achieving to his
118. A mathematicians test was given to all Grade V pupils to
determine the contestants for the Math Quiz Bee. Which statistical 125. Which tests determine whether students accept responsibility for
measure should be used to identify the top 15? their own behavior or pass on responsibility for their own behavior
a. Mean percentage score to other people?
b. Quartile Deviation a. Thematic tests
c. Percentile Rank b. Sentence-completion tests
d. Percentage Score c. Stylistic test
d. Locus-of-control tests
119. Nellie’s score is within x±1 SD. To which of the following groups
does she belong? 126. Which of the one weakness of self-supporting personality
a. Below average checklists?
a. Many personality measures have built-in lie scales d. Teaching-posttest
b. They lack stability
c. They may not get true information because individuals 134. Teacher A likes to show how the launching of spaceships takes
can hide or disguise feelings place. Which of the following materials available is most fit?
d. They have poor internal consistency a. Model c. Replica
b. Mock-up d. Realia
127. Which of these can measure awareness of values?
a. Sociogram 135. Teacher B likes to concretize the abstract concepts of an atom.
b. Moral dilemmas She came up with a concrete presentation of the atom by using
c. Projective techniques wire and plastic balls. How would you classify Teacher B’s visual
d. Rating scales aids?
a. Chart c. Model
128. Marking on a normative basis means that b. Replica d. Realia
a. the normal distribution curve should be followed
b. some should fall Situation 3- After reading and paraphrasing Robert frost’s
c. some get high marks “Stopping by the Wood on a snowy Evening”. Mr. Sales asked the
d. the grading is based on a present criteria
class to share any insight derived from the poem.
129. Which process enhances the comparability of grades?
136. The class was asked to share their insights about the poem. The
a. Using a table specifications
ability to come up with an insight stems from the ability to
b. Determining the level of difficulty of the tests
a. analyze the parts of a whole
c. Giving more HOTS (higher order thinking skills)
b. evaluate the worthiness of a thing
d. Constructing departmentalized examinations for each
c. relate and organize things and ideas
subject area.
d. comprehend the subject that is being studied
Situation 1- In a faculty meeting, the principal told his 137. To ask the class any insight derived from the poem is based on
teacher: “We need to improve our school performance in the theory of
the National Achievement Test. What should we do? a. realism c. conditioning
b. behaviorism d. constructivism
The teacher gave varied answers as follows:
138. On which assumption about the learner is Mr. Marquez’s act of
1. Let’s give incentives and rewards to students who asking the class to share their insight based?
a. Learners are like empty receptacles waiting to be filled up
get a rating of 85%
b. Learners are meant to interact with one another
2. Let’s teach them to accept complete c. Learners have multiple intelligence and varied learning
responsibility for their performance styles
3. Let’s make the school environment conducive for d. Learners are producers of knowledge not only passive
learning recipients of information
4. Let’s make use of the experimental methods of
teaching Situation 4- Principal E wants her teachers to
apply constructivism in teaching
130. Which response/s come/s from a behaviorist?
a. #2 and #4 c. #3 and #4 139. On which assumption/s is the principal’s action anchored?
b. #1 and #2 d. #1 and #3 I. Students learn by personally constructing meaning of
what is taught.
131. On which educational philosophy is response #1 anchored? II. Students construct and reconstruct meaning based on
a. Existentialism c. Progressivism experiences
b. Essentialism d. Behaviorism III. Students derive meaning from the meaning that the
teacher gives
a. II only c. I, II, and III
132. If you learned toward a progressivist philosophy, with which b. I and II d. I only
response would you agree?
a. #2 b. #3 c. #4 d. #1 140. Which materials will her teachers LEAST prefers?
a. Controversial issues
Situation 2- One principle in the utilization of b. Open-ended topics
Situation 5- Study thelaws
c. Unquestionable matching type of test then
technology of the classroom is appropriateness of d. Problem or cases
answer the 3 questions that follow:
material or activity.
141. Which concept/s of the learner will Principal E NOT accept?
I. Column
“Empty A
vessel!” Column B
133. Teacher C wants his students to master the concept of social II. “Tabula rasa”
justice. Which series of activities will be most effective? 1.
III. Equilateral triangle
Candle to be lighted A. With 3 equal sides
a. Pretest-teaching-posttest 2.a. Right
III only
triangle c. IIB.only
With 5 equal sides
b. Pretest-teaching-posttest-re-teaching for unlearned b. I only d. I and II
3. octagon C. Has 90- degree angle
c. Review-pretest-teaching-posttest 4. pentagon D. Means many
5. heptagon E. with 7 sides
6. polygon F. with 8 sides
II. It has a rating scheme
III. It limit itself to 4 levels of achievement
a. I and II
b. I and III
c. II and III
d. I, II and III

Situation 7- Study the table on item analysis for non-attractiveness

and non-plausibility of distracters based on the results of a try-out
test in Science. The letter marked with asterisk is the correct

Item No. 1 A B C D E
142. How can you make the items homogeneous?
Upper 27% 10 4 1 1 0
a. Increase the number of items in Column B
b. All items should be on polygons
Lower 27% 6 5 2 2 0
c. Remove the word triangle in items #1 and #2 in column A
d. The word “gon” must be included in column B

143. What is the main defect of this matching test? 148. The table shows that the test item analyzed
a. the matching type is an imperfect type .
b. the items are NOT homogeneous a. has a positive discrimination index
c. the items quite easy b. has a negative discrimination index
d. an obvious pattern is followed in the answering c. is extremely easy
d. is extremely difficult
144. Which should be done to improve the matching type of test?
a. Capitalize the items in Column A 149. Based on the table, which is the most effective distracter?
b. Items in Column A and B should be exchanged a. Option D
c. Drop #6 item in Column A b. Option A
d. The item in Column A should be increased c. Option C
d. Option B
Situation 6- Below the template for Scoring Rubric.
150. Based on the table, which group got more correct answer?
5-Demonstrate complete understanding of the problem. All a. Upper group
b. It cannot be determined
requirements of task are included in response
c. Lower group
d. Data are not sufficient to give an answer
4-Demonstrate considerable understanding of the problem.
All requirements of task are included

3- Demonstrate partial understanding of the problem. Most

requirements of task are included

2- Demonstrate little understanding of the problem. Many

requirements of task are missing

1- Demonstrate no understanding of the problem

0-No response/task not attempted

145. Which of these is/are essential in constructing a scoring rubric?
I. Description of criteria to serve as standard LET REVIEWER (LEGAL BASES FOR PHILIPPINE
II. Clear descriptions of performance at each level EDUCATION)
III. Levels of achievement (mastery)
IV. Rating scheme 1. Values education is offered as a separate subject in the NSEC while
a. I, II, III c. I, II, III, IV value development is ___.
b. I, II d. I only a. emphasized for creativity and productivity
b. integrated with Technology and Home Economics
146. Which statement is TRUE of the rubric? c. emphasized in Science and Technology
a. It is developmental d. integrated in all subject areas
b. It is analytical
c. It is both holistic and developmental 2. By constitutional mandate the state shall exercise reasonable
d. It is holistic supervision and regulation of all educational institutions. This means
that the state may ___.
147. Which is TRUE of the scoring rubric? a. take charge of the administration of educational institutions
I. It describes criteria of levels of achievement
b. impose minimum requirements and conditions upon d. elementary and secondary levels
which school may operate
c. set and dictate the policies of private schools 11. The recognition of teachers as persons in authority was conferred
d. Collect taxes from donations or contributions given directly to them during the ___.
for educational purposes. a. Spanish rule
b. Japanese regime
3. Rapid technological development facilities transmission of c. American rule
knowledge for educational purposes, whether formal or informal d. Commonwealth government
through media technology. This development is called ___.
a. Sine Skwela Technology 12. Section V, Article XIV of the 1986 Constitution provides that the
b. Mass Media Technology State shall assign the highest budgetary priority to education to ____
c. Distance Educational Technology a. encourage teacher to conduct more researchers and studies
d. Computer Assisted Technology on the arts and culture
b. ensure that all schools are provided with modern equipment
4. Institutions of learning are required to meet the minimum standards and facilities
for state recognition but are encouraged to set higher standards of c. attack the best available talents through adequate
quality over and above the minimum through ____ as provided in remuneration
Educational Act of 1982. d. curtail the exodus of the teachers seeking employment
a. life-long education c. formal education abroad
b. voluntary accreditation d. academic freedom
13. The primary objective of bilingual education is to prepare the
5. Which of the following is NOT provided in Education Act of 1940? learners to be ____.
a. the national support of elementary education a. proficient in Filipino and eight major dialects
b. the double-single session plan in the elementary schools b. globally competitive
c. the six-year elementary course c. proficient in English and another foreign language
d. vocational education in the public schools d. proficient in both Filipino and English

6. The primary objective in the regionalization of the educational 14. According to Magna Carta for Teachers, a teacher assigned to a
system is to ___. school ten or more kilometers from the poblacion without regular
a. encourage the undertaking of language researches in means of transportation to reach, is entitle to ___.
various regions a. a hardship allowance of 25 percent of the monthly
b. take into account local needs and condition and encourage salary as additional compensation
local development planning b. an additional compensation of 50 percent of the monthly
c. get assurance that all educational policies are implemented salary
nationwide c. service credits of one day for every five days of service
d. promote quality education at all levels and in all during the whole year
communities of the country d. the privilege of teaching only four days a week

7. These are also known as “combination classes” organized in 15. Professionalization of teachers and teaching as promulgated in
barrios/barangays where the required number of pupils of the same Presidential Decree No. 1006, defines teaching as profession
grade levels has not met the required number to make a separate class concerned with classroom institution ____.
thus the teacher apportions class time for instruction to every grade a. by teachers on full-time basis
level within class. These are ____. b. at the tertiary level in both public and private institutions
a. extension classes c. at the elementary and secondary levels in both public
b. heterogeneous classes and private schools
c. multi-grade classes d. by teachers of permanent status
d. homogenous classes
16. The Educational Act of 1982 expressly granted institutions of higher
8. Which policy of the State does the National Secondary Assessment learning the freedom to determine on academic grounds that shall be
Test (NSAT) enhance? admitted to study, who may teach and what shall be the subjects of
a. the coordination of functions and activities of education institutions study and research. This refers to ____.
b. the evaluation of the graduates of secondary schools a. academic freedom
c. the offering of scholarships to deserving students b. constitutional freedom
d. the maintenance of the highest quality of education c. educational freedom
d. institutional freedom
9. To fight illiteracy, the 1987 Constitution mandates that the state shall 17. In the Preamble of the Code of Ethics for Professional Teachers,
maintain a system of free education in elementary and high school. which of the following teacher descriptions is included in the Code of
Further it provides that ___. Ethics for Professional Teachers?
a. elementary education should be compulsory for all children a. Persons of dignity and reputation
of school age b. Duly licensed professional
b. formal and nonformal education should be compulsory c. With satisfactory teaching performance
c. elementary and high school education should be compulsory d. Passed the licensure exams for teachers
d. education at all levels should be compulsory
18. In a DECS Memorandum issued last 1998, the new name of multi-
10. According to the Constitution, the State is required to establish and grade is ___.
maintain free public and compulsory education in the ____. a. paaralan ng bahay c. escuela nueva
a. elementary level only b. friendly school d. school of the future
b. secondary level
c. secondary and tertiary levels
19. The encouragement of self-learning, independent, and out-of- a. acquaint her with principles of moral behavior,
school study programs as stated in the 1987 Constitution has given rise conduct and relationship in the practice of profession
to ___. b. make her aware of the principles and rules prescribed under
a. the clamor for a Grade VII the authority of the state
b. the conduct of NEAT and NSAT c. familiarize her with the generally customs of right living in a
c. the implementation of open universities and distance society
learning programs d. provides her a set of rules and regulation to observe in
d. institutionalization of early childhood care and development school

20. The 1987 Philippine Constitution states the following EXCEPT – 27. Ms. Shrilly Ann Regalado is newly appointed teacher. The principal
a. The National language of the Philippines is Filipino advised her to avoid any conduct, which discredits the teaching
b. The official language of the Philippines are Filipino and profession. Which of the following action will not any manner discredit
English the teaching profession?
c. Filipino is the Tagalog of the Tagalog speaking a. writing anonymous letters
provinces b. revealing confidential information to authorities
d. The government shall initiate and sustain the use of Filipino concerned
as medium of official communication and as a language of c. assigning undeserved grades
instruction in the education system d. joining social drinking and gambling session

21. A presidential body to study Philippines Education created by virtue 28. Which of the following is less evil? A teacher had to collect money
of Executive Order No. 46 during the incumbency of DECS Secretary from parents to defray expenses of an elaborate Graduation Program.
Andrew Gonzales with an aim to study Philippine Education is the ___. a. request rich parents to start the collection and serve as
a. Presidential Commission on Educational Reform model for the poor parents
b. Commission on Philippine Education b. teach children to find means and ways to get the
c. Survey Outcomes of Elementary Education amount of money needed
d. Philippine Commission to Survey Philippine Education c. ask children to deposit half of their money for recess to the
22. The Constitutional provision on language has the following aims d. present simple program to cut down on expenses
a. to make the regional dialect as auxiliary media of 29. In recent years there has been an increasing emphasis on non-
instructions in regional schools formal education. What is the major concern of non-formal education in
b. to maintain English as a second language the Philippine context?
c. to make Filipino the sole medium of instruction a. acquisition of appropriate vocational and technical skills
d. to make Filipino the national language and medium of b. dislike of white collar jobs
instruction and official communication c. eradication of illiteracy
d. love of arts in all forms
23. The introduction of non-formal education in life with the Constitution
provision on ___. 30. The Philippine Education Act of 1982 defines the areas of concern
a. protection of teachers of the three levels of the education system. Which is the mission
b. promoting the rights of all citizens to make quality of the elementary education?
education accessible to all a. an enlightened, disciplined, creative and productive
c. acceptance, affection and achievement citizen
d. affection, ability, attitudes b. modern and up-to-date methods and materials
c. an effective and efficient teacher
24. With regards to business, which does the Code of Ethics say about d. relevant and quality curriculum
a. a teacher shall maintain a good reputation with respect to 31. The main purpose of the compulsory study of the Constitution in
debts, loans and other financial matters the Philippine schools is to ___.
b. no teacher shall be financially interested in any a. prepare students for law-making
commercial venture involving textbooks and other b. acquaint students with the historical development of the
school commodities where he/she can exercise Philippine Constitution
official influence c. make constitutional experts of the students
c. no teacher shall act as an agent of textbooks and other d. develop the students into responsible, thinking
school commodities where he/she can exercise official citizens
d. a teacher may not engage in any kind of business
25. Which is ethical for a teacher to do in a situation where he/she falls 32. In the Preamble of the Code of Ethics of Professional Teachers,
in love with a student or when a student falls in love with his/her which is not mentioned about teachers?
teacher? a. possess dignity and reputation
a. the teacher advises the student to discontinue with his/her b. with high moral values as well as technical and professional
studies competence
b. the teacher resigns from his/her teaching job c. LET passers
c. the teacher avoids that learner d. duly licensed professionals
d. the teacher exercises discretion to avoid scandal and
gossip and preferential treatment of that learner 33. Whom does the Code of Ethics of Professional Teachers NOT
26. Miss Connie Cepeda is newly appointed teacher. The principal a. teachers in the tertiary level
handed a copy of the Teacher’s Code of Ethics. Which could have b. all full-time or part-time public and private school teachers
been the motive of the principal? and administrators
c. teachers in all educational institutions at the pre-school, c. Philippine education encourages voluntary accreditation.
elementary and secondary levels d. Philippine education accord rights to and imposes
d. teachers of academic, vocational, special, technical or non- duties and obligations upon school administrators or
formal institutions managers.

34. The Philippine constitution directs the teaching of religion in public 40. The State shall ensure that all the people shall be given as much
schools on the following conditions EXCEPT as possible equal chance of obtaining an education and cultured
a. option is expressed in writing life. This statement means:
b. without cost to the government a. Philippine education provides equal access to cultural
c. with cost shouldered by the parents or guardians opportunities.
d. given only at the option of parents or guardians b. Philippine education recognizes academic freedom.
c. Philippine education encourages voluntary accreditation.
35. The adoption of national language directed by the Philippine d. Philippine education accord rights to and imposes duties
Constitution is designed primarily to – and obligations upon school administrators or managers.
a. facilitate communication among diverse linguistic
groups 41. The Educational Act of 1982 otherwise known as B.P. Blg. 232, in
b. do away from colonial mentality Sec. 29, encourages intended official approval for institution and
c. officially adopt Tagalog as national language programs which desire to meet standards of quality over and
d. counteract elitism above the minimum requirements for State recognition.
a. Philippine education provides equal access to cultural
36. What statement is FALSE with reference to Section 1 and Section opportunities.
2, Article XIV of the 1987 Constitution? b. Philippine education recognizes academic freedom.
a. Quality education is a privilege in so far as all citizens c. Philippine education encourages voluntary
are concerned. accreditation.
b. Public education in the elementary is free and compulsory. d. Philippine education accord rights to and imposes duties
c. Scholarship grants, student loan programs, subsidies and and obligations upon school administrators or managers.
other incentives to deserving students in both public and
private schools. 42. Which of the following is a right granted to parents as provided in
d. Nonformal, informal and indigenous learning, self-learning, B. P. 232, Sec. 8:1-2?
independent, and out-of-school study programs are a. The right to receive, through primarily competent instruction,
encouraged. relevant quality education in line with national goals and
e. All of these conducive to their full development as persons with human
37. What statement is FALSE with reference to the provisions of b. The right to free expression of opinion and suggestions and
Section 3, Article XIV of the 1987 Constitution? to effective channels of communications with appropriate
a. The study of the Constitution shall be included in the academic and administrative bodies of the school or
curricula of all educational institution. institution.
b. Religion shall be allowed to be taught in public elementary c. The right to organize themselves and/or with teachers
and high schools within the regular class hours. for the purpose of providing a forum for the discussion
c. Nationalism, patriotism, love of humanity, respect for human of matters relating to the school programs.
rights, and appreciation of the role of national heroes shall d. The right of institutions of higher learning top determines on
be inculcated and fostered in all schools. academic grounds that shall be admitted to study, who may
d. The rights and duties of citizenship shall be taught, teach, and what shall be the subject of the study and
ethical and moral values strengthened, moral research.
character and discipline developed, critical and
creative thinking encouraged, scientific and 43. Which of the following is a right granted to school personnel as
technological knowledge broadened, vocational provided in B. P. Blg. 232, Sec. 10:1-4?
efficiency to be promoted. a. The right to receive, through primarily competent instruction,
e. All of these relevant quality education in line with national goals and
conducive to their full development as persons with human
38. Batas Pambansa Blg. 232, Sec. 13:2 provides institutions the dignity.
freedom to determine on academic grounds that shall be admitted b. The right to free expression of opinion and
to study, who shall teach, and what shall be the subject and suggestions and to effective channels of
research. This statement means: communications with appropriate academic and
a. Philippine education provides equal access to cultural administrative bodies of the school or institution.
opportunities. c. The right to organize themselves and/or with teachers for
b. Philippine education recognizes academic freedom. the purpose of providing a forum for the discussion of
c. Philippine education encourages voluntary accreditation. matters relating to the school programs.
d. Philippine education accord rights to and imposes d. The right of institutions of higher learning top determines on
duties and obligations upon school administrators or academic grounds that shall be admitted to study, who may
managers. teach, and what shall be the subject of the study and
39. Batas Pambansa Blg. 232, Sec. 12 grants school managers the
right to be deemed persons in authority in the discharge of lawful 44. Which of the following is a right granted to schools as provided in
duties and responsibilities and shall therefore be accorded due B. P. 232, Sec. 13:1-2?
respect and protection. This statement means: a. The right to receive, through primarily competent instruction,
a. Philippine education provides equal access to cultural relevant quality education in line with national goals and
opportunities. conducive to their full development as persons with human
b. Philippine education recognizes academic freedom. dignity.
b. The right to free expression of opinion and suggestions and b. Philippine education strives to be of high quality.
to effective channels of communications with appropriate c. Philippine education recognizes the complementary roles of
academic and administrative bodies of the school or public and private educational institutions.
institution. d. Philippine education is financed by public and private funds
c. The right to organize themselves and/or with teachers for
the purpose of providing a forum for the discussion of 49. Act. No. 74, otherwise known as the Educational Act 1901,
matters relating to the school programs. passed by the Second Philippine Commission authorized the
d. The right of institutions of higher learning top establishment of private schools but did not provide for their
determines on academic grounds that shall be control and supervision. This statement means:
admitted to study, who may teach, and what shall be a. Philippine education grants university status to qualified
the subject of the study and research. colleges.
b. Philippine education strives to be of high quality.
45. Which of the following is a right granted to teachers as provided in c. Philippine education recognizes the complementary
B. P. 232, Sec. 1:1-4? roles of public and private educational institutions.
a. The right of access to his own school records, the d. Philippine education is financed by public and private funds.
confidentiality of which the school shall maintain and
observe. 50. The State sees to it that the right of all citizens to quality
b. The right to be free from compulsory assignments not education at all levels is protected and promoted. This statement
related to their duties as defined in their appointments means:
or employment contracts, unless compensated a. Philippine education grants university status to qualified
thereof, conformable to existing laws. colleges.
c. The right to be free from involuntary contributions except b. Philippine education strives to be of high quality.
those imposed by their own organizations. c. Philippine education recognizes the complementary roles of
d. The right to establish join and maintain labor organizations public and private educational institutions.
of their choice to promote their welfare and defend their d. Philippine education is financed by public and private funds.
51. The principal source of funds for financing public education is
46. What statement is FALSE with reference to Section 16 “Teachers’ taken from the one percent (1%) tax on real estate imposed by R.
Obligations” of the Batas Pambansa Blg. 232? A. No. 5447. This statement means:
a. Perform his duties to the school by discharging his a. Philippine education grants university status to qualified
responsibilities in accordance with the philosophy, goals and colleges.
objectives of the school. b. Philippine education strives to be of high quality.
b. Be accountable for the efficient and effective attainment of c. Philippine education recognizes the complementary roles of
specified learning objectives in pursuance of national public and private educational institutions.
development goals, within the limits of available school d. Philippine education is financed by public and private
resources. funds.
c. Assume the responsibility to maintain and sustain his
professional; growth and advancement and maintain 52. No educational institutions in the Philippines shall be established
professionalism in the behavior at all times. exclusively for aliens and no group of aliens shall comprise more
d. Exercise his rights responsibly in the knowledge that than one-third of the enrolment in any school. This statement
he is answerable for any infringement or violation of means:
the public welfare and of the rights of others. a. Philippine education is nationalistic.
b. Philippine education is democratic.
47. What statement is FALSE with reference to Section 14 “Duties c. Philippine education is complete, adequate, integrated and
and Responsibilities of Students” of the Batas Pambansa Blg. relevant.
232? d. Philippine education encourages regional planning.
A. Uphold the academic integrity of the school, endeavor
to achieve academic excellence and abide the rules 53. The State shall take into account regional and sectoral needs and
and regulations governing his academic conditions and shall encourage local planning in the development
responsibilities and moral integrity. of educational policies and programs. This statement means:
B. Promote and maintain the peace and tranquility of the a. Philippine education is nationalistic.
school by observing the rules of discipline, and by b. Philippine education is democratic.
exerting efforts to attain harmonious relationship with c. Philippine education is complete, adequate, integrated and
fellow students, the teaching and academic staff and relevant.
other school personnel. d. Philippine education encourages regional planning.
C. Exert his utmost to develop his potentialities for 54. What statement is FALSE with reference to Article II “The Teacher
service, particularly by undergoing an education suited and State” of the Code of Ethics of Professional Teachers?
to his abilities, in order that he may become an asset a. Every teacher shall enjoy academic freedom and shall the
to his family and to society. privilege of sharing the product of his researches and
D. Participate as an agent of constructive social, investigations, provided that, if the results are inimical to the
economic, moral intellectual, cultural and political declared policies of the state, they shall be drawn to the
change in his school and the community within proper authorities for appropriate remedial action.
the context of national policies. b. A teacher is a facilitator of learning and of the
development of the youth; he shall, therefore, render
48. Sec. 3 of Commonwealth No. 180 set the requirements for a the best services by providing an environment
private college to fulfill before it is granted university status. This conducive to such learning and growth.
statement means: c. Every teacher or school official shall actively help carry out
a. Philippine education grants university status to qualified the declared policies of the state, and shall take an oath to
colleges. this effect.
d. A teacher shall not use his position or official authority of d. at least 25% of their monthly salary
influence to coerce any other person to follow any political
course of action. 60. Which of the following phrases is NOT provided for in the
Education Act of 1940, known as Commonwealth Act No. 536?
55. What statement is FALSE with reference to Article IV “The a. public elementary education to be supported by the National
Teacher and the Profession” of the Code of Ethics of Professional Government
Teachers? b. a six-year elementary education instead of seven
a. Every teacher shall actively help insure that teaching is the c. a double-single session in the elementary grades
noblest profession, and shall manifest genuine enthusiasm d. fixed the actual teaching time of elementary
and pride in teaching as a noble calling. e. all of these
b. Every teacher shall use the teaching profession in a manner
that makes it a dignified means for earning a decent living. 61. DECS Department Order No. 25, s. 1974 requires the use of
c. Every teacher shall uphold the highest possible standards of Filipino as medium of instruction in ____.
quality education, and shall make the best preparation for a. social studies d. all of the above
the career of teaching, and shall be at his best at all times in b. character education e. none of the above
the practice of his profession. c. work education, physical and health education
d. Teachers shall, at all times, be imbued with the spirit
of professional loyalty, mutual confidence and faith in 62. Under the Magna Carta for Teachers, teachers with ____ years of
one another, self-sacrifice for the common good and service of more may be considered PBET eligible.
full cooperation with colleagues. When best interest is a. at least 10 years or more continuous service
at stakes in any controversy, teachers shall support b. at least five years or more continuous service
one another. c. seven years of service
d. three years of service
56. What statement is FALSE with reference to Article VIII “The e. none of the above
Teacher and the Learners” of the Code of Ethics of Professional
Teachers? 63. Presidential Decree 1006, otherwise known as the Decree
a. A teacher shall not accept favors or gifts from learners, their Professionalizing Teaching was promulgated to ____.
parents, or others in their behalf in exchange for requested a. regulate the practice teaching
concessions, especially if underserved, b. ensure that teacher education is of the highest quality
b. A teacher shall not inflict corporal punishment or offending c. assess prospective teachers’ knowledge, skills and
learners nor make deductions from their scholastic ratings competencies
as a punishment for acts which are clearly not manifestation d. all of the above
of poor scholarship. e. none of the above
c. In a situation where mutual attraction and subsequent love
develop between teacher and the learner, the teacher shall 64. With the promulgation of the bilingual policy of the Department of
exercise utmost professional discretion to avoid scandal, Education, Culture and Sports, what is the immediate function of
gossip, and preferential treatment of the learner. English in the schools?
d. A teacher shall maintain at all ties a dignified a. it is a tool for learning science and mathematics
personality, which could serve as model worthy of b. it is an instrument for acquiring information about the world
emulation by learners, peers and others. c. it is a means of communication with English-speaking
57. As provided in the Republic Act #4670, every teacher shall enjoy d. It is a tool for advancement in the business world
equitable safeguards at each stage of any disciplinary procedures e. All of these
and shall the following except:
a. the right to be informed in writing, of the charges 65. In accordance with the DECS Department Order No. 25, s. 1974,
b. the right to full access to the evidence in the case the use of English and Filipino as instructional media starts in
c. the right to defend himself and to be defended by a ____.
representative of his choice and/or his organization, a. Grade I d. Grade VI
adequate time being given to the teacher for the b. Grade III e. all of the above
preparations of his defense c. Grade IV
d. the right to appeal to clearly designated authorities.
e. All of these
66. The Republic Act, which lengthens the school calendar from 200
58. Whenever possible, the proper authorities shall take all steps to days to not more than 220 days to take effect in school year
enable married couples, both of whom are public school teachers, 1995-1996, is _____.
to be employed in the same locality. a. Republic Act No. 7791
a. Yes, it is provided in Republic Act #4670 b. Republic Act No. 7743
b. No, it’s against on nepotism c. Republic Act No. 7798
c. Yes, as long as they will not be in the same school d. Republic Act No. 7784
d. No, it against the provision of Republic Act #4670 e. Republic Act No. 1616

59. In areas in which teachers are exposed to hardship such as 67. The name of the Dept. of Education, Culture and Sports (DECS)
difficulty in community to the place of work or other hazards was changed to Dept. of Education (DepEd) by virtue of what
peculiar to the place of employment, as determined by the law?
Secretary of Education, they shall be compensated special a. R.A. # 9155 d. R. A. No. 2194
hardship allowance equivalent to: b. R.A. # 9411 e. R. A. No. 4670
a. at least 100% of their monthly salary c. R.A. # 9630
b. at least 75% of their monthly salary
c. at least 50% of their monthly salary
68. This landmark law bans sexual harassment in the workplace and 77. This law was approved on August 2001 and known as “An Act
in the educational institutions. Instituting a Framework of Governance for Basic Education,
a. R. A. #7977 d. Adm. Order No. 1250 Establishing Authority and Accountability, Renaming the Department of
b. Exec. Order #A-6 e. DECS Order No. 120 Education, Culture and Sports as the Department of Education.
c. R. A. #7877 a. Republic Act No. 9155
b. Republic Act No. 8047
69. Free Public Secondary Education Act of 1988 is contained in c. Republic Act No. 854
_____. d. Republic Act No. 7104
a. R. A. #6938 d. R. A. #6655
b. R.A. #6735 e. R. A. #7752 78. This law was enacted on June 8, 1940 and conferred the status of
c. R. A. 6657 “persons in authority” upon the teacher, professors, and persons
charged with the supervision of public or duly recognized private
70. Public school teachers must observe the “Dress Code” prescribed schools, colleges and universities.
by the Civil Service Commission. This practice in the line with the Code a. Commonwealth Act No. 80
of Ethical Standards for Public Official of Employees”, under b. Commonwealth Act. No. 1
Republic Act No. c. Commonwealth Act No. 578
a. 6713 b. 6731 d. Act No. 2706
c. 6741 d. 6751
e. 6171 79. This law prescribed the inclusion in the curricula of all schools, both
public and private, from elementary schools to the universities the life,
71. It is a decree, which made the observance of the flag ceremony works and writings of Jose Rizal especially to the Noli Me Tangere and
compulsory. El Filibusterismo.
a. R.A. 4670 b. Batas Pambansa Blg. 232 a. Republic Act No. 1256 as amended by R.A. No. 8491
c. R. A. 1459 d. R. A. 1265 b. Republic Act No. 1124 as repealed by R.A. No. 7722
c. Republic Act No. 6728 as amended by R.A. 8545
72. The first teacher-training school established by the Americans in the d. Republic Act No. 1425
Philippines in 1901 is the ____.
a. University of the Philippines 80. This law made the observance of the flag ceremony compulsory.
b. Philippine Normal School a. Republic Act No. 7079
c. Zamboanga Normal School b. Republic Act No. 1265
d. Cebu Normal University c. Republic Act No. 9155
e. Iloilo Normal School d. Republic Act No. 3019

73. Which of the following is a violation of R.A.7787- Anti-Sexual 81. It is an act to strengthen the regulation and supervision of the
harassment Act of 1995”? practice of teaching in the Philippines and prescribing a Licensure
a. A BEED applicant for teaching is being asked for a Examination for Teachers.
date by the superintendent, before she could be hired. a. RA 7836 d. RA 9155
b. The applicant is being asked to give P5, 000 before she b. RA 9293 e. RA 7610
could be hired. c. RA 7722
c. The applicant is being interviewed about her studies,
including her victory as a beauty title holder- Miss Cebu 82. The scope of the board examination for teachers in the elementary
Tourism 1998. level shall consist of, namely:
d. The applicant was made to clean the office. a. professional education and field of specialization
e. None of these b. general education and field of specialization
c. general education and professional education
74. An Act abolishing the National College Entrance Examination d. general education only
(NCEE), repealing for the purpose of PD No. 1467?
a. RA # 7977 d. RA # 7731 83. The scope of the board examination for teachers in the secondary
b. RA # 7323 e. RA # 7463 level shall consist of, namely:
c. RA # 7877 a. professional education and field of specialization
b. general education and field of specialization
c. general education and professional education
75. A DECS Order that implemented the Bilingual Education Policy d. general education, professional education and field of
since 1974 requiring English as a medium of instruction in Science, specialization
Math and Filipino in all other subject in elementary and secondary
school. 84. A professional license signed by the chairman of the Commission
a. DECS Order No. 25 and bearing the registration number and date of issuance thereof and
b. DECS Order No. 35 the month of expiry or renewability shall likewise be issued to every
c. DECS Order No. 38 registrant who has paid the annual registration fees for _____
d. DECS Order No. 107 consecutive years.
e. DECS Order No. 603 a. three years d. five years
b. four years e. six years
76. Vox Populi Est Supreme Lex is a Latin expression that means c. seven years
a. The Supreme Being is God 85. As provided in RA 9293, professional teachers who have not
b. No one is above the law practiced their profession for the past five (5) years shall take at least
c. The voice of the people is the supreme law twelve (12) units of education courses, consisting of at least:
d. it is the popular choice a. six (6) units of pedagogy and six (6) units of content
b. six (6) units of general education and six (6) professional 94. This embodies the teacher’s duties and responsibilities as well as
education proper behavior in performing them.
c. six (6) units of professional education and six (6) units field a. Code of Ethics for Teachers
specialization b. Magna Carta for Public School Teachers
d. twelve (12) units from any courses or subjects c. Bill of Rights
d. Philippine Constitution of 1987
86. Examinees who have failed the licensure examination for
professional teachers, with a rating of not lower than five percentage 95. Who among the following is genuinely nationalistic? The citizen
points from the passing general average rating, shall be eligible as who ___.
_____ upon issuance by the Board of a two-year special permit, a. works overseas for the education of his/her children
renewable for a non-extendible period of two (2) years. b. sings the National Anthem with all his/her heart
a. temporary teacher c. salutes the flag as it is raised during ceremony
b. para-teacher d. uses his/her skill and capital to generate jobs in the
c. substitute teacher countryside
d. permanent/regular teacher
96. Which is the most authentic proof of nationalism on the part of
87. “Special parental authority and responsibility” over the minor child in teacher?
Article 218 of the Family Code of the Philippines means – a. winning the award “Most Outstanding Teacher”
a. authority shall apply to all authorized activities whether b. utilizing every minute of the academic time for
inside or outside the premises of the school, entity of competent teaching
institution c. earning graduate degree for promotion
b. authority shall apply to all activities whether inside or outside d. being a member in the National Organization for
the premises of the school, entity of institution Professional Teachers
c. authority shall apply only to activities inside the premises of
the school, entity of institution 97. Under the present Constitution, pupils’ attendance in religious
d. none of these instruction is public elementary and high schools shall be allowed only
if ___
88. When parental authority does terminate permanently? a. the superintendent, supervisors and principals will issue an
a. upon the death of the parents instruction compelling attendance
b. upon the death of the child b. the parish priest or pastor shall authorize them in writing
c. upon emancipation of the child c. when parents shall submit written authority allowing
d. all of these their children to attend religious instruction
d. when school children have become delinquents
89. This Act refers to the “Special Protection of Children against Child e. when children made promise to behave properly
Abuse, Exploitation and Discrimination”.
a. RA 7722 c. RA 7877 98. Mr. Melgo, a public school teacher of Cantoratoy National High
b. RA 9293 d. RA 7610 School plans to pursue Master’s studies. When he is entitled to go on
e. RA 8980 study leave?
a. if his principal approves his leave
90. This is known as the “Anti-Sexual Harassment Act of 1995” b. if he has rendered seven years of service
a. RA 7722 d. RA 7877 c. if a substitute teacher is available
b. RA 9293 e. RA 7610 d. if there is a decrease in the enrollment
c. RA 8980
99. Mr. Melgo, an ineligible teacher was given a probationary
91. In education or training environment, sexual harassment is appointment in Cantoratoy National High School. When can he avail of
committed ____. permanent status?
a. against one who is under the care, custody or supervision of a. when there is a vacant permanent position
the offender b. after finishing MA in education
b. against one whose education, training, apprenticeship or c. once given the “Teacher of the Year” award
tutorship is entrusted to the offender d. after rendering at least 10 years of efficient service
c. when the sexual favor is made a condition to the giving of a
passing grade, or the granting of honors and scholarships,
or the payment of a stipend, allowance or other benefits,
privileges or considerations
d. When the sexual advances result in an intimidating, hostile
or offensive environment for the result, trainee or apprentice.
e. All of these

92. This Act is known as “Early Childhood Care and Development”

a. RA 7722 c. RA 7877
b. RA 9293 d. RA 7610
e. RA 8980

93. With Republic Act 7836 the licensure exam for teachers is with:
a. Commission on Higher Education
b. Professional Regulation Commission
c. Department of Education
d. Civil Service Commission