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QUESTION 01:

A teacher is teaching “bayanihan”


as a good Filipino value. He use this
lesson as a way of Filipinizing the
students. This situation is an example
of _________ function of school.
a. sorting b. credentialism
c. Political d. Cultural
Integration Transmission
EXPLAINATION:
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QUESTION 02:
Schools allow students to vote and to be voted
for any elective position in the school body
organizations and clubs. Students are also allowed to
rally, campaign, and present their gov’t platform as
they are tools in preparing them to actively
participate in the election process when they are of
the voting age. This practice of the school is an
example of __________ function of school.

a. Research & Development


b. Social Control & Discipline
c. Instruction & Training
d. Political Socialization
EXPLAINATION:
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QUESTION 03:
Schools assume a “gatekeeping” function by
allowing students to go into different educational
courses based on their talents, skills, and mental
abilities. Academic-oriented ones go to Technical
Education and Skills Development Authority
(TESDA). This is an example of _____________function
of school.
a. Cultural Transmission
b. Credentialism
c. Selection & Allocation
d. Anticipatory Socialization &
Training
EXPLAINATION:
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QUESTION 04:
Diploma and Transcript of Records are proofs of
one’s educational attainment. They are used to get a
job and as an evidence of the type and amount of
education one has acquired. This function of school to
educate and recognize student’s achievement as their
proof of educational attainment is called_________.

a. Instruction & Training b. Credentialism


c. Research & Development d. Sorting &
allocation
EXPLAINATION:
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QUESTION 05:
Each student is required to follow the set
of schedules of his subjects everyday. They are
strictly prohibited from being late, to wear their
ID’s and uniforms, and to conduct themselves
based on the rules of behavior set by the school.
What function of school is described in this
example.
a. Sorting and Allocation
b. Political integration
c. Instruction & Training
d. Social Control and discipline
EXPLAINATION:
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QUESTION 06:
In the past, the entry requirement to teach in a
university is a Bachelor’s degree. Today, universities
have increased the entry requirement to Master’s
Degree. This policy of schools is one way to ensure that
university teaching positions are occupied by people
who are qualified to perform the job. In the future, it is
possible that the same entry requiremnt will progress
again. What Phenomenon called in education
a. Social Control
b. Credentialism
c. Custodial Service
d. Instruction & training
EXPLAINATION:
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QUESTION 07:
People are schooled to accept society. In
effect, people just accept the “givens” or those
that have been held true and acceptable by their
forefathers. This statement is an example of
what sociological theory explaining the function
of school.

a. Critical Theory b. Interactionist Theory

c. Functional Theory d. Conflict Theory


EXPLAINATION:
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QUESTION 08:
Teaching Social Dimensions of Education as a tool
to prepare future teachers is a way of appreciating
human differences toward making a better, just and
human world. Using this subject as an instrument to
fulfill this task is an example of _______ function of
schools.

a. Intellectual Function b. Political Function

c. Economic function d. Social Function


EXPLAINATION:
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QUESTION 09:
It refers to the role that school plays
in instilling the values and norms that
support the prevailing structure of
society, including the dominant political
idealogy. (e.g democracy)

a. Political interaction b. Political learning

c. Political agenda d. Political Socialization


EXPLAINATION:
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QUESTION 10
Keeping children during the day or
keeping them off the streets while their
parents are at work the whole day is an
example of what function of school
a. Anticipatory socialization
b. allocation
c. custodial care

d. Social control
EXPLAINATION:
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