POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES COLLEGE OF EDUCATION Sta.

Mesa, Manila BTED 3300-PRINCIPLES AND STRATEGIES OF TEACHING Name: ______________________________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. strategies B. principles D. techniques ____ 2. These principles involve the nature of the child, his psychological and physiological endowments which make education possible. A. Ending principles C. Starting principles B. Guiding principles D. Learning principles ____3. This refers to the educational aims, goals, objectives and outcomes of the whole educational system to which teaching and learning are directed. A. Starting principles C. Guiding principles B. Ending principles D. Learning principles ____ 4. This refers to the procedure, methods of instruction or techniques by which teachers and students may work together to accomplish the goals of education. A. Learning principles C. Guiding principles B. 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 aims B. psychological aims D. anthropological aims ____ 6. The immediate aims of education which refers to the growth and development of the learners are called A. philosophical aims C. anthropological aims B. psychological aims D. sociological aims ____ 7. The method or way of doing things is referred to as A. principles C. techniques B. strategies D. objectives ____ 8. The acquisition of behavior pattern through experience A. Teaching C. Thinking B. Learning D. Analyzing ____ 9. It is defined as the right kind of personality in action and a product of experiences through lessons from success and failure. A. knowledge C. analysis B. comprehension D. common sense ____ 10. The organized, purposeful and deliberate efforts to bring out certain desirable results ends in an individual is called A. Teaching C. Analyzing B. Learning D. Evaluating ____ 11. This refers to the intangible characteristics a good teacher must posess A. personal qualities C. professional qualities B. social qualities D. organizational qualities ____12. These refers to the qualities that a good teacher must possess in terms of their competencies and skills A. social qualities C. organizational qualities B. 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. stability B. sympathy D. efficiency ____ 14. A good teacher must understand and must have a positive outlook towards his job is a quality of understanding of A. the learners C. other branches of learning B. 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 education B. pre-service education D. general education

____ 16. Students’ taking up education refers the areas of learning that focuses on their field of specialization. A. general education C. professional education B. 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 education B. general education D. vocational education ____ 18. Subject area that education students study to understand educational and psychological processes as well as teaching pedagogy A. general education C. professional education B. subject matter education D. pre-service education ____ 19. Activities that teachers already in the field participate to enhance their competencies and keep abreast with the latest trends and issues in education. A. post-graduate education C. post-baccalaureate education B. in-service education D. pre-service education ____ 20. Under the progressive school, the learning environment centers on the A. subjects C .students B. 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.] 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. III. IDENTIFICATION (25 Items) Directions: Read the statement carefully. Choose among the word/words inside the box that best describes the statement. Write your answer on the space provided in each item. LECTURE QUESTION-AND-ANSWER INDUCTIVE DRILL DEDUCTIVE LABORATORY TECHNIQUE DEBATE DISCUSSION ASSOCIATIVE LEARNING PROJECT TECHNIQUE DEVELOPMENTAL RESEARCH TECHNIQUE PANEL DISCUSSION MASTERY LEARNING MODULE LEARNING SEMINAR ROLE PLAYING PROBLEM-SOLVING DEMONSTRATION MASTERY LEARNING APPRECIATION LEARNING PROGRAMMED INSTRUCTION OBSERVATIONAL LEARNING FIELD-TRIP AUTHORITATIVE SEMINAR EXPOSITORY SOCIALIZED RECITATION

____________1. Teaching methods and techniques that centers on the subject matter and the teacher is regarded as the source of knowledge. ____________2. Lessons are presented by a subject matter expert or recognized figure in his/her field. ____________3. ____________4. This method starts with a series of specific examples of the concept or principle to be learned 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.

____________8. ____________9. ____________10. ____________11. ____________12. ____________13. ____________14 ____________15 ____________16. ____________17. ____________18. ____________19. ____________20. ____________21. ____________22. ____________23. ____________24. ____________25.

IV. TRUE OR FALSE (15 Items) Directions: Write TRUE if the statement is true of FALSE if the statement is false. USE CAPITAL LETTERS. Write your answer on the space provided. 1. Teachers must ensure that learners are prepared to respond or act before introducing new learning experiences.__________ 2. It is easy for teachers to recognize the wide differences in the readiness of different learners.__________ 4. Repetition of a response strengthens its connection with the stimulus.__________ 5. Mere repetition can bring mastery of certain facts or information.__________ 6. The learning of facts persist longer than learning attitudes and interests.__________ 7. Students can learn an idea(s) effectively if they can associate it with related ideas. __________ 8. The effect of learning experiences to students influences the result of learning outcomes. __________ 9. Emotional set is meant by the degree of absorption of the mind at any particular moment.__________ 10. Effective learning is incomplete without motivation.__________ 11. Reward rather than punishment is a better motivation for learning. 12. Extrinsic motivation is better than intrinsic motivation. __________ 13. Individual differences of learners must be taken into consideration when planning for motivation. __________ 14. Transfer of learning refers to the application of previously learned knowledge, skills and attitudes or values in acquisition of another. __________ 15.Vertical transfer of learning is the ability of the learner to perform simple to more complex task. __________

IV. MATCHING TYPE (10 Items) Directions: Match the items in Column A with the items in Column B. Write the letter of the correct answer on the space provided before the number. USE CAPITAL LETTERS ONLY. SET A COLUMN A ___1. ___2. ___3. ___4. ___5. ___6. ___7. ___8. ___9. ___10. COLUMN B A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H. I. J. K.

SET B COLUMN A ___1. ___2. ___3. ___4. ___5. ___6. ___7. ___8. ___9. ___10. COLUMN B A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H. I. J. K.

TABLE OF SPECIFICATION BTED 3063-Educational Systems and Current Issues

Number of Items Course Content 1. State the meaning of principles and strategies as used in teaching and learning process 2. Consider the personal and professional qualities of a teacher 3. Explain the different principles of teaching and how they relate to principles underlying the learning process 4. Identify the effective methods and techniques that facilitate teaching and learning activities 5. Determine the nature and aspects of classroom management Kn (15 %) Co (15 %) Ap (25% ) An (25 %) Sy (10 %) Ev (10 %) TOTAL Percent

1 2

2 1

2 3

3 2

1 1

1 1

10 10

10% 10%

4

3

6

6

3

3

25

25%

3

4

6

6

3

3

25

25%

2

2

4

4

2

1

15

15%

6. Explain the importance of different teaching techniques applied in different learning process.

2

2

4

4

1

2

15

15

TOTAL:

14 14 25 25 11 11 100 100%

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