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POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINESCOLLEGE OF EDUCATION
Sta. Mesa, Manila
BTED 3300-PRINCIPLES AND STRATEGIES OF TEACHINGName:
______________________________ 
Course/Year/Section
: _______________ 
Date:
 
 __________ Instructor:
___________________ 
Score:
____________________ 
I. MULTIPLE CHOICE (20 Items)Directions:
Write the correct answer on the space provided in each item.
USE CAPITAL LETTERS ONLY.
 ____ 1. These are chief guides to make teaching and learning more effective and productive. A. methods C. strategiesB. principles D. techniques ____ 2. These principles involve the nature of the child, his psychological and physiological endowmentswhich make education possible. A. Ending principles C. Starting principlesB. Guiding principles D. Learning principles ____3. This refers to the educational aims, goals, objectives and outcomes of the whole educationalsystem to which teaching and learning are directed. A. Starting principles C. Guiding principlesB. Ending principles D. Learning principles ____ 4. This refers to the procedure, methods of instruction or techniques by which teachers andstudents may work together to accomplish the goals of education. A. Learning principles C. Guiding principlesB. Ending principles D. Starting principles ____ 5. The general aims or the aims embodied by the Constitution and DepEd are called A. sociological aims C. philosophical aimsB. psychological aims D. anthropological aims ____ 6. The immediate aims of education which refers to the growth and development of the learners arecalled A. philosophical aims C. anthropological aimsB. psychological aims D. sociological aims ____ 7. The method or way of doing things is referred to as A. principles C. techniquesB. strategies D. objectives ____ 8. The acquisition of behavior pattern through experience A. Teaching C. ThinkingB. Learning D. Analyzing ____ 9. It is defined as the right kind of personality in action and a product of experiences throughlessons from success and failure. A. knowledge C. analysisB. comprehension D. common sense ____ 10. The organized, purposeful and deliberate efforts to bring out certain desirable results ends inan individual is called A. Teaching C. AnalyzingB. Learning D. Evaluating ____ 11. This refers to the intangible characteristics a good teacher must posess A. personal qualities C. professional qualitiesB. social qualities D. organizational qualities ____12. These refers to the qualities that a good teacher must possess in terms of their competenciesand skills A. social qualities C. organizational qualitiesB. personal qualities D. professional qualities
 ____ 13. A personal quality of good teacher that refers to his/her ability to understand each child’s
interest and skills A. sincerity C. stabilityB. sympathy D. efficiency ____ 14. A good teacher must understand and must have a positive outlook towards his job is a qualityof understanding of  A. the learners C. other branches of learningB. principles of teaching D. the pride of teaching as a profession ____ 15. This refers to the college education needed to become a teacher  A. in-service education C. post-graduate educationB. pre-service education D. general education
 
 ____ 16. Students’ ta
king up education refers the areas of learning that focuses on their field of specialization. A. general education C. professional educationB. subject-matter education D. in-service education ____ 17. This refers to the subjects taken up by students of education in order to broaden their knowledge on their specialized field. A. professional education C. subject-matter educationB. general education D. vocational education ____ 18. Subject area that education students study to understand educational and psychologicalprocesses as well as teaching pedagogy A. general education C. professional educationB. subject matter education D. pre-service education ____ 19. Activities that teachers already in the field participate to enhance their competencies and keepabreast with the latest trends and issues in education. A. post-graduate education C. post-baccalaureate educationB. in-service education D. pre-service education ____ 20. Under the progressive school, the learning environment centers on the A. subjects C .studentsB. teachers D. none of these
II. COMPLETION (10 Items)Directions:
Write your answer in the space provided in each item to make the statement correct.(CHOICES: sympathetic, guiding, cooperative, diagnoses, democratic, suggestive, psychological,evaluation, purposeful, remedial),1. Good teaching involves skill in _______________ learning. Teachers should direct the learnersand encourage them toward effort in learning.2. Good teaching is kindly and _______________. Teachers must understand each child and welldeposed to his pupils, both the brilliant and the backward.3. Good teaching is _______________. Teachers provide devices and techniques for learners whohave difficulties in understanding the lesson before proceeding to next competency.4. Good teaching is _________________. Teacher must ensure that the learners understand thegoals and motives of teaching.5. Good teaching _______________ difficulties. Teachers must always recognize the learningdifficulties of the learners and remedying it.6. Good teaching is governed by________________ Principles. Teachers must recognize individualworth and dignity of human personality. The learning environment must be governed by love andunderstanding on the part of the teacher.7. Good teaching is ________________ rather than logical. The learner is the center of theeducative process and his needs, interest and abilities are taken into consideration whenplanning for teaching.8. Good teaching is _______________. The teacher gives his students the abundant opportunity inthe educative process.9. Good teaching considers _______________ as an integral part of teaching.10. Good teaching is _______________. The teacher has thought out his problem carefully inadvance. He has made due allowance for the necessity for change but he has the main featuresof his activity.
 
LECTURE SEMINARQUESTION-AND-ANSWER ROLE PLAYINGINDUCTIVE PROBLEM-SOLVINGDRILL DEMONSTRATIONDEDUCTIVE MASTERY LEARNINGLABORATORY TECHNIQUE APPRECIATION LEARNINGDEBATE PROGRAMMED INSTRUCTIONDISCUSSION OBSERVATIONAL LEARNINGASSOCIATIVE LEARNING FIELD-TRIPPROJECT TECHNIQUE AUTHORITATIVEDEVELOPMENTAL EXPOSITORYRESEARCH TECHNIQUE SOCIALIZED RECITATIONPANEL DISCUSSIONUNIT METHODMODULE LEARNING
III. IDENTIFICATION (25 Items)Directions:
Read the statement carefully. Choose among the word/words inside the box that bestdescribes the statement. Write your answer on the space provided in each item.
  ____________ 
1. Teaching methods and techniques that centers on the subject matter and the teacher isregarded as the source of knowledge.
 ____________ 
2. Lessons are presented by a subject matter expert or recognized figure in his/her field. ____________3. It is a process wherein students start with a general idea to arrive to more specificideas.
 ____________ 
4. This method starts with a series of specific examples of the concept or principle to belearned and ends with a generalization.
 ____________ 
5.
This method encourages active participation of the learners by shaping the learner’s
personality in accordance to the norms of society.
 ____________ 
6. A group of five or six students assigned by the teacher to discuss the subject for deliberation in the class.
 ____________ 
7. Also known as the Morrisonian technique, it is a process in which the subject contentsare grouped based on their relevance and cognitive relationship.
 ____________ 
8. Students learn from their teacher through imitation by presenting the lesson usingactual tools, equipments, materials etc. to accomplish the desired outcome.
 ____________ 
9. This method is a purposeful and constructive activity executed by the students usingreal-life situations and utilization of physical materials.
 ____________ 
10. A teaching approach by which students are taken into a more natural and realisticenvironment to gather firsthand information through direct contact with the subject.
 ____________ 
11. A teaching technique by which a problem or issues are presented to the students anddiscuss their arguments in a formal manner.
 ____________ 
12. Teaching approach that is spontaneous in nature, acting out certain problems or situations in a natural setting.
 ____________ 
13. This method deals with learning new experiences by gathering facts and informationthrough investigation and experimentation.
 ____________ 
14. It is an extensive study of a typical or common case to make the concepts gatheredand analyzed as basis for comparison in investigating similar cases.
 ____________ 
15. In this teaching approach, the lesson is presented step by step or sequential manner wherein the student must grasp the idea before proceeding to the next step.
 ____________ 
16. An instructional method that is self-pacing, the students progresses at his own rateusing a structured and well-planned material.
 ____________ 
17. The teacher directs a variety of group-based instructional techniques, with frequentand specific feedback by using diagnostic, formative tests, as well as regularly correcting mistakesstudents make along their learning path.
 ____________ 
18. An efficient tool in teaching for mastery of certain facts and information particularly theacquisition of skills.
 ____________ 
19. These teaching methods are student-centered and the activities are directed to them,taking into consideration their abilities, talents and skills.
 ____________ 
20. Learning activities are aimed for understanding as well as enjoyment of the learners
 ____________ 
21. Learning activities are aimed for the development of skills that involves the applicationof physical movements.
 ____________ 
22. The learner is attempting to record in the mind the meaning of things so that whenthese things are met again they are recognized having meaning.
 ____________ 
23. A teaching principle that states that students can learn by imitating or observinganother person or a model.

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