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Part I – Multiple Choice. Write the letter(s) that corresponds to your best choice in your answer sheet. If ever none of the choices is right, write the correct answer. 1. A student knows that the examination week is approaching, but instead of studying, he chose to spend his time playing computer games. On the examination day itself, He opted to pray for miracles rather than studying. Which attitude towards religion is displayed? Miracles rather than studying which attitude towards religion is displayed? A. Religion as Fake C. Religion as authentic B. Religion as Magic D. Religion as real 2. ___ is/are used as medium/media of instruction in schools during the Spanish era. A. The vernacular C. Spanish B. English D. Spanish and the vernacular 3. The use of the integrated approach in both secondary and primary level subjects is a result of the implementation of the _____. A. Program for Decentralized Education C. Basic Education Curriculum, B. School- based management D. School First Initiative 4. What government program allows students who are not accommodated in community public schools to enroll in private school at the government’s expense? A. Government Assistance Program C. Educational Service Contract System, B. Study now Pay later D. National Scholarship Program 5. _____was the 1980’s foremost educational issue. A. Bilingual Education B. Values Education C. Accountability D. Mainstreaming

6. The government’s educational program on _____made the Philippine Education Placement Test accessible for adults and out-of-school-youth. A. Equitable Access C. Quality and relevance B. Quality D. Relevance 7. College students are required to take a constitution course for them to ____. A. Develop students into responsible and thinking students. B. Acquaint students with the historical development of the Philippine Constitution C. Make students experts in terms of Philippine Constitution D. Prepare the students for law making. 8. _____ supports equitable access but on the other hand, quality might be compromised. A. Open admission C. Deregulated tuition fee hike B. School accreditation D. Selective retention 9. Educational institutions’ effort of developing work skills inside the school are aimed at _____. A. Developing moral character C. Inculcating love of country B. Teaching the duties of citizenship D. Developing vocational efficiency 10. In Piaget’s concrete operational stage, a teacher should provide ____. A. Activities for hypothesis formulation B. Learning activities that involve problems of classification and order C. Activities for evaluation purposes. D. Stimulating environment with ample objects to play with 11. Interpersonal intelligence is best shown by a student who ____. A. Works on his/her own B. Keeps interest to himself/herself C. Seeks out a classmate for help when problem occurs D. Spends time meditating 12. A student is finding it hard to read. When the guidance counselor traced the child’s history, the counselor was able to find out that the student came a dysfunctional family, aside from that, the child was abused and neglected. What could have caused the student’s reading disability? A. Emotional factors C. Neurological factors B. Poor teaching D. Immaturity

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13. A child was punished for cheating in an exam. For sure the child wont cheat again in short span of time, but this does not guarantee that the child won’t cheat ever again Based on Thorndike’s theory on punishment and learning, this shows that______. A. Punishment strengthens a response C. Punishment doesn’t remove a response B. Punishment removes response D. Punishment weakens a response 14. Laughing at a two-year old child who uttered a bad word is not a proper thing to do because in this stage of the child’s life, the child is______ A. Considering the views of other C. Socializing B. Distinguishing sex differences D. Distinguishing right from wrong 15. “Men are built not born.” This quotation by John Watson states that______. A. The ineffectiveness of training on a person’s development B. The effect of environmental stimulation on a person’s development C. The absence of genetic influence on a person’s development D. The effect of heredity 16. A child who is cold towards the people around him might have failed to attain what basic goal based on Erikson’s theory on psychological development? A. Autonomy C. Initiative B. Trust D. Mistrust 17. A boy is closer to his mother and a girl is closer to her father. These instances are under ______. A. Oedipal Complex C. Phallic stage B. Latent stage D. Pre-genital stage 18. ______ are rights that cannot be renounced because they needed for a person to fulfill his/her primordial obligations. A. Perfect rights C. Acquired rights B. Alienable rights D. Inalienable rights 19. A grade 1 pupil likes to play with his friends, but gets angry when defeated. Piaget’s theory states that this pupil is under what developmental stage? A. Concrete operation C. Formal Operation B. Sensor motor D. Pre-operation 20. Which describes Philippine education during the Spanish regime? A. Establishment of a normal school C. Vernacular as medium of instruction B. Separation of church and state D. Emphasis on religious instruction 21. Some Filipino teachers are sent abroad to study. We call them_____. A. Insulares C. Peninsulares B. Pensionados D. Reformists 22. Jose Rizal said that national redemption can be achieved by ______. A. Gaining economic recovery B. Stabilizing political situation C. Opening our doors to foreign influence D. Upgrading the quality of the Filipinos through education 23. A foreign who studying here in the Philippines was turned-off by the Filipinos’ lack of punctuality and poor word choice A. Ethnocentrism C. Xenocentrism B. Colonial mentality Culture shock 24. If you are a wise voter, you would vote ____. A. A candidate who has the making of a public servant B. A neighbor who is closest to you in times of need C. A candidate who helped you by giving cash D. A godfather who gave your father a job 25. A pregnant, unmarried woman aborted her baby to avoid disgrace. Is she morally justified to do that? A. No, the unborn child cannot be made to suffer the consequences of the sins of his/her parents. B. Yes, it can save her and the child from disgrace when he grows up. C. No, abortion is immoral.

The difference between Christian and Muslim marriage. If one asked to develop himself to the fullest. A. . Nonverbal D. Belongingness B. A. A perfect duty is exemplified: A. Imitation 37. if they are given other assignments justice demands that they be properly compensated. Fear of something that was caused by a painful experiences in the past is an example of: A.Page 3 of 28 D. Teachers of academic. because every teacher is expected to provide leadership and initiative in activities for betterment of communities. A. Mass promotion B. D. Intuitive B. elementary and secondary levels. Caring for others D. Ethical Relativism C. Academic freedom C. Operant conditioning B. Yes. Mastery of three r’s C. Donating an amount for noble project. An Educational institution owned by a charitable institution. Pupils progression according to capacity D. Physiological needs D. An educational institution is owned by a corporation of which 40% of the capital is owned by Filipino Citizens. B. This is the objective of the continuous progression scheme that was introduced in the elementary level in the school year 1970 to 1971. are tasked to lead in community activities D. the former being monogamous and the later being polygamous is called _____. Classical conditioning D. _____ is the start of Education in human rights. because other community leaders. C. The brain’s left hemisphere is involved in _____function. D. 30. Creating scholarship for poor and deserving students. Sometimes these tasks adversely affect their teaching. C. Supporting a poor but deserving student school. A. Yes. Access to education 34. The Professional Teachers Code of Ethics does not cover ____. We organize what we learn according to patterns D. Self-actualization 36. not teachers. special. An educational institution owned by a religious order An American serving as president of the educational institution. Yes. Protecting and promoting the right of all citizens to quality education. All full time or part time public and private school teachers and administrators C. Teachers are tasked with so many things to do aside from teaching. Acculturation B. Paying the worker the wages agreed upon. Teachers in the tertiary level B. it is better to prevent the child from coming into the world who will suffer very much due to the absence of a father 26. D. 35. Loving others B. A. Teachers in all educational institutions at the pre-school. Safety needs C. Insight C. Liking others C. Enculturation D. 27. Cultural relativism 28. technical or non-formal institutions 32. Logical 31. B. Providing citizenship and vocational training to adult citizens and out-of-school youths. because teaching is enough full time job. Schema theory states that: A. Visual C. Giving alms to the needy 29. D. Yes. C. We learn by the process of conditioning B. This constitutional provision is the full and partial integration of the capable deaf and blind students in the classroom. No. B. A. what need is he trying to satisfy according to Maslow’s hierarchy of needs? A. B. vocational. Respects towards others 33. Does this mean that teachers should be only preoccupied with teaching? A. Filipinization is violated if: A. We are totally conditioned by our environment. We are passive learners C.

Thomasites are: A. Lack of foresight D. they named the American soldiers. Thomas Aquinas D. the term “bahala na” implies: A. they Are playful B. Thomas B. This is a Filipino trait that involves practicing values in different regions and social groups. The right to one’s honor C. Ego-centric C. the educational system is centralized. Decentralized B – During American regime. A person who is friendly and has a capacity to make people laugh possess: . Conditioning C. The right to property 41. Chaining B. The first American teacher recruits to help establish the public educational system in the Philippines. as Thomasites because: A. The Spaniards 42. Detail-oriented 46. Thomas Aquinas who came to evangelize. Crab mentality C. Lack of self reliance B. The following functions are done by the brain’s right hemisphere except: A. who were recruited to help set the public educational system. Visual. Intuitive functions D. Mischievous B. Altruistic 51. Logical D. The right brain involves _____ functions. A teacher rewards a child for doing things correctly. They arrived here during the feast of St. They first taught at UST C. Visual. C. The first religious group who came to the Philippines on board the US transport named Thomas. Indolence 48. Erikson said that children aged 3-5 is most likely: A. D. The devotees of St. Education during the American regime can be characterized as: A. Visual. The first Filipino political leaders C. Reinforcement 50. Piaget 49. Intuitive. This technique is called: A. Visual. A. In the Philippine culture. Logical B. Logical.Page 4 of 28 38. They are inquisitive C. Who is the forerunner of the presence of the Language Acquisition Device? A. According to the Republic Act 7836 the licensure exam for teachers is with: A. Centralized D. Civil Service Commission 40. Nonverbal C. DECS B. Fading D. They are assertive 52. During the American regime. PRC D. Filipinistic B. The right to one’s own life B. The soldiers who doubted the success of the public educational system to be set in the Philippines B. Detail-oriented function B. Gardner D. The Japanese B. Willingness to take risks C. The Americans D. They are sickly D. 39. They were devotees of St. Nonverbal. Visual function 45. They disembarked from the CIS Transport called Thomas 44. The right to make a livelihood D. Lazy D. CHED C. Erikson labeled children who are two years of age as “terrible two” because_____. A. “Kanya-kanya” mentality D. Chomsky B. Procrastination B. We owe today’s widespread Philippine educational system to: A. Nonverbal functions C. 43. Libel violates what particular human rights? A. A. Existential intelligence 47. Intuitive. Religious C. Watson C.

C. Inability to read B. Operant conditioning B. A. A child with ADHD is characterized by: A. The effectiveness of learning is based on the fulfillment of the basic needs in the hierarchy of needs. 55. Philippine Education during the Revolutionary period was focused on the: A. and non sectarian schools C. The government controls. Complete work before shifting to another D. Horney B. regulates and supervises which schools? A. Intuitive D. “Paaralan-sa-bawat-Baranggay” C. who has a very short attention span. Social cognitive theory C. Down’s syndrome D. Education for All D. cognitive and affective. B. Human rights is a moral power not a physical power 63. Behavioral C. Naturalistic intelligence Spatial intelligence C. and to eradicate literacy. Mastery of basic skills B. _____ was adopted to provide universal access to basic learning. Utilizing both sides of the brain is important in achieving holistic learning. Thomasites 57. A child who always fight with his/her classmates. private sectarian. Graduates of the Philippine Normal School C. Human right is might C. A. Establishment of nationhood 59. Mastery of the Spanish language C. Inattention C. A student with Attention Deficit Disorder exhibits: A. D. and the logical along with the ____. Mental retardation C. Values Education Framework B. Cognitive development theory D. Learning disability 54. a child who is shy and prefers to be alone falls under what classification? A. Extrovert C. Rogers C. Excessively quite C. Interpersonal intelligence 53. and who has frequent tantrums is believed to be suffering from: A. ______ embodies a teacher’s duties and responsibilities as well as the proper decorum in performing them. When is a teacher prejudicial against a learner? A. _____ are the first American teachers in the Philippines. Rational 58. Strengthening of the moral fiber of the people D. Private schools B. Human rights are unlimited B. When she makes a nearsighted pupil to sit in front. Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder B. Based on Jung’s Psychological theory. A. Code of Ethics for Teachers C. This is demonstrated on what theory? A. B. A. When she refuses a pupil with a slight physical disability in class. Magna Carta for Public School teachers D. A. Poor health D. Public schools D.Page 5 of 28 A. Philippine Constitution of 1987 65. This is based on the theory of _____. Inability to spell 64. Intrapersonal intelligence D. A child treats his friends highly aggressive. Science and Education Development Plan 61. Classical conditioning 66. The reason behind this attitude is his past experiences with his father who is also highly aggressive. Maslow 56. Public. All human rights are inalienable D. Impatient while waiting for his/her turn during games 62. Paranoid . Musical B. Bill of Rights B. Missionaries D. Murray D. When she makes a farsighted pupil to sit at the back. When she considers multiple intelligences in the choice of her teaching strategies. Sectarian and non sectarian schools 60. Care for his/her personal things B. Soldiers B. Which among the statements below is true about Human Rights? A.

biological age. A. Social Cognitive theory D. Psychological age and social age are two different things D. Insight learning D. Superego C. Elementary and Secondary school provides formal education B. Recall past lesson C. Piaget’s and Freud’s thought about play. Super-ego and ego D. A. A teacher attempting to develop a student’s metacognitive skills teaches the students to: A. Develops in the child highly competitive attitude because of the nature of play 74. Discourage the child in using his left hand 70. Introvert 67. A. Ecological theory C. He/She is figuring out how to solve it and suddenly. A. Rights and duties arise from the natural law 77. Train the left handed child to use both right and left hands C. Physical B. When we say that rights and duties are correlative. Patience when dealing with the slower ones B. In this situation. Evaluator of learning . This exemplifies ______. psychoanalytic theory B. Think about their thinking 78. Dispenser of knowledge B. Lately. Train the child with left-hand tendency to use the right B. Biological 69. The importance of providing free public education for both in primary and secondary levels is highlighted in Article XIV section 2. A. Id B.Page 6 of 28 B. Prepares a child for an excellent academic performance in formal schooling D. No one goes to college without passing the grade and high schools D. Makes a child’s life so enjoyable that he will tend to hate school life later C. psychological and age are related C. ______ puts emphasis on the importance of sensitive periods in development. Ethnological theory 68. Cultural D. the teacher’s role is: A. What idea about age is not right? A. Right and duties regulate the relationship of men in society B. This is needed because: A. A. Contributes to the child’s mastery of his physical and social environment B. A. Social C. an idea flashed in the student’s mind and excitedly she was able to learn how to solve the puzzle. Chorological age is the same as biological and psychological age 72. Formulate hypothesis B. Facilitator of learning D. Rights and duties ultimate come from God D. _____ is described by Freud as the component(s) of personality that is concerned with the idea of right or wrong. _____ reflects the teachers’ understanding of development as results of maturation and learning. Fairness when giving grades or school marks D. A student has been staring at a puzzle. Metacognition C. Ego 71. A few people cannot afford the expensive quality of private schools 76. Cheerfulness and enthusiasm when discussing 73. Chronological age. Erikson’s is ______ in nature. authorities’ advice parents of left handed children to: A. Contrary to Freud’s concept that the primary motivation of human behavior is sexual in nature. Allow children to use the hand they want D. Analytical learning B. ______ is Erikson’s. Molder of character C. Trial and error learning 75. A teacher maximizes the cognitive development of students by having an environment that gives multisensorial stimulation. Each right carries with it one or several corresponding duties C. we meant that_______________. Ambivert D. Creativity with the classroom strategies or task C. These levels provide the foundation for life functions and roles C. Visualize D. Chronological age is different from biological and psychological age B.

Facilitator of learning D. Full development of physical power 90. Sense of humor B. there is nothing sad about it. Ego and super-ego B. Passive and obedient 81. Reasonable and secure B. Focus C. According to Friedrich Froebel. Establish rapport between teachers and pupils 83. A piece of music may sound sad. ___________ is the strength of the Filipino people A. Rationalism B. RA 4670 87. A learner’s interest in art is commendable C. but when each note is played. This showcases the teacher’s role as: A. An adolescent exhibits what common characteristics? A.Page 7 of 28 79. most students absent themselves especially during planting seasons. education should awaken the child’s dormant potentials and develop them in the best way possible. This statement means: A. Providing an atmosphere conducive to learning C. Rights and duties arise from the natural law 85. In rural areas. Extreme authoritarianism C. Feels intense emotions and sense of disequilibrium C. Super-ego 88. Athletic skills D. Teacher’s Professionalism Act is ___________. Inattention D. They say that rights and duties are correlative. RA 9293 C. Imagining the steps necessary to complete an algebraic equation 89. Sense of national pride 86. Education is the acquisition of the art and the utilization of knowledge. Dispenser of Knowledge B. Student’s initiative is stifled by: A. Sense of historical or national identity D. Giving lecture to parents on the importance of schooling D. Refusing readmission of pupils who have been absent for long B. Utilize educational technology B. A child with ADHD exhibits the following characteristics except: A. What could be an innovative solution to this problem? A. Respect for the dignity of persons B. A. RA 7722 D. “Bahala na” 92. Providing adequate physical facilities D. Slow but steady physical growth D. Rights and duties ultimate come from God D. The school director emphasizes the necessity of clean and green environment to contribute to effective teaching and learning. RA 7836 B. A learner’s acquisition of information is sufficient D. Instincts are under what mental dimension? A. This statement means: A. Hyperactivity B. Classifying objects into different sets D. A. Id D. “Utang na loob” D. A learner’s acquisition of information is not important 91. Right and duties regulate the relationship of men in society B. This is based on the doctrine that says: . Ego C. Keeping a record of absences for information 82. Full development of talents C. A child cannot do ____________. according to Piaget’s concrete operational stage. Observance of seasonal school calendar C. Impulsivity 84. Sense of commitment to nationalistic ideals C. Reasoning applied to specific example C. According to Jocano. Doing mentally what was just physically done B. A learner’s application of what she has learned is necessary B. What should teachers teach students to eradicate bullying among kids in school? A. Each right carries with it one or several corresponding duties C. Evaluator of learning 80. Molder of character C. This is an example of: A.

Filipinos’ sense of national pride 98. Unlike the Spanish. Friedrich Froebel D. Language D. B. at mak-Diyos D. No. Social skills are emphasized. Which among the words below does not prevent the emergence of truth which the learners and teachers are in search of? A. If a teacher believes in the concept of education that makes every individual a useful citizen to the state. Teamwork D. Inferiority of other nationalities C. Religiously 96. What is the implication of this incidents? A. . makatao. John Locke 103. Back to Basics D. Values education 99. A Moral recovery program C. Inability of schools to hire security guards C. C. Mask D. Mindset C. Positive guidance technique . Makabayan. 100. the candidate is undeserving B. Open mind B. Community’s lack of co-ownership 105. makasarili. Integrated teaching-learning C. makakaragatan. A. his motive was not meant for a good effect 102. Government B. at maka-Diyos 95.Page 8 of 28 A. A research was conducted about the future dreams of Filipino children. Art 94. The whole experience is equal to the sum of its parts The whole experience is more than the sum of its parts The whole of experience is less than the sum of its parts The whole of experience is not in any way related to the sum of its parts C. Yes. Initiative B. Confucius supports _____ when he said that there should be no distinction of classes in education. Defense 97. Is it moral if someone will put up a school in a far barrio in order to get votes for an unworthy candidate? A. As envisioned by the Department of Education. makakalikasan. A. at maka-Diyos B. Conformity C. Makabayan. A. he is influenced by the concept of: A. A. A. Flexibility C. at maka-Diyos C. Superiority of other nationalities B. Some degree of flexibility is provided C. No. “Pataasan ng ihi” – this quote debunks ______. Individual differences are expected and accepted B. This finding shows _____. Makabayan. Security D. Utilitarianism 104. Prevalence of poverty in the community B. Makabayan. Superiority of the Filipino D. makakalikasan. Religion 93. Minimum learning competencies are included B. Deprivation of Filipino schools D. Teenagers stealing school equipment is becoming a common problem in community schools. Humanitarianism B. Maria Montessori B. Education for all B. makatao. Isolates skill development D. D. then. a Filipino learner should be: A. makatao. Send the misbehaving pupils to the guidance counselor B. Make a report to the parents about their children’s misbehavior D. _____ introduced the idea of “child’s garden” or Kindergarten. Americans taught us there _____. The curriculum is designed this way to provide for individual differences. Involve the whole class in setting rules of conduct in the whole class C. Realistic and meaningful experiences are provided D. Set the rules for the class to observe 101. the votes were in exchange for the school built C. What a teacher should do if students are misbehaving in class? A. it was his duty to strategize for his candidacy D. Edward Paparazzi C. makahalaman. What is an inappropriate method in teaching young children? A. Nobody said that they want to be a citizen of another country. Yes.

Helping the fast learners in class D. Emphasizes verbal interaction D. Empty vessel D. What is a primitive view about the pupil/student? A. Foster development of the cognitive skills B. knowing the students potentials 116. Metacognition 109. A student did not study but spent one hour in the church praying to pass the exam. Religion as magic D. If a teacher believes that a child’s mind in TABULA RASA. Chinese D. An I don’t care attitude 119. Maria Montessori B. What does she lack? A. there are harmful effects caused by giving highly academically oriented early childhood education program. Determining the given B. Reasoning D. _______ is the weakness of the Montessori approach. This view can help a teacher when ______.Page 9 of 28 106. Neglects children’s social development 110. A daring attitude combined with “pagmamalasakit” B. Module builder C. If you are a principal and one of your teachers is not acting the way he should be. . Religion as fake C. Hypotheses generator 112. . Teaching the students some values B. A. Hebrews B. . Support of living models D. The way the students learn is as important as what they learn. A daring attitude C. High salary 107. A government position could only be occupied upon passing a state examination on Confucian thought. Foster independence C. Do not engaged students in highly structured direct instruction in pre-school 108. A teacher only teaches whenever she wants it. Based on the results of the survey conducted by Hirsch-Pasek. ____ introduced kindergarten: A. Integrity and accountability D. Religion as authentic 111. . then the teacher will most likely to engage the students in ______ process for them to learn. how would you address this problem? . Sensory impressions C. The concept of Karma originated from: A. Hindus C. When a boy scout said “Bahala na” before jumping into a pool to save a drowning child. A “segurista attitude” D. What is a proper recommendation to solve this issue? A. Greeks D. Hindus B. This is an influence from the: A. Dealing with misbehaving students C. Intelligence 117. Emotional intelligence C. Give children the total freedom to do as they please inside the classroom B. Competence B. A. Hebrews C. This concept displays what attitude towards God and religion? A. what attitude was exemplified? A. Active participant B. Greeks 114. Jean Jacques Rousseau said that everyone is essentially good. A. Plan engaging academic lessons D. Johann Herbart 115. What statement would inspire fresh graduate to cling unto his ideals on being a teacher? A. what statement is important? A. Religion as real B. For this particular idea. Pressure of work B. Friedrich Froebel D. Do not give assessment activities for pre-school students C. Edward Paparazzi C. Chinese 113. Solving the problem within the time limit 118. Reflection B. et al in 1989. Getting the right answer to the word problem D. Introduction of educational innovations C. Knowing how to solve problem C.

secondary level only 1. Ningas Kugon D. By pointing out the advantages of joining the teaching profession D. or non-formal institutions B. A. A. According to the Constitution. Teachers in academic. This is an example of: A. The Code of Ethics of Professional teachers covers everyone except: A. C. A teacher compiled the outputs of her peers and put her name as the author. A. C. Sense of Hiya B. By working for the promotion in the system B. D. Protecting and promoting the right of all citizens to quality education 121. Providing vocational training to adult citizens and out of school youths C. elementary level only B. Teachers in all educational institutions at the pre-school. Giving due credit to others for their work D. 3. Academic freedom for students and teachers B. Not giving credit to others for their work B. Animals have weak incentive in learning. Be tolerant about the teacher’s behavior C. Explain to the pupils that there are some things that adults can do but children can’t B. Substance over porma 125. Teachers in tertiary level D. elementary and secondary levels C. Animals are unable to spurt in learning. the State is required to establish and maintain free public and compulsory education in the __________. a student wrapped his project with nice ornaments. How can a teacher uphold the high standard of the teaching profession? A. D. In writing. B. B. Intelligence is determined partly in pre-natal nutrition. The incentive in animal learning is constant. Animals are unable to profit from errors. 120. 2. elementary and secondary levels How does peer group influence adolescence? Allows the young to free himself from too much dependence on the family Allows the young to stay away from home Stops the learning and development of social roles Provides the adolescence the time to make unwise decisions Which of the following explains why the plateau phenomenon often found in human being does NOT exist in animal learning experiments? A. By good grooming to change people’s poor perception of teachers 123. C. Identical twins are more alike than fraternal twins. Environment affects both fraternal and identical twins. Intelligence hinges in physical structure. Because of the poor writing and content of the project. All full time public and private school teachers and administrators C – Teachers in the tertiary level are not covered in the Code of Ethics for Professional Teachers. By continuously improving themselves personally and professionally C. Which of the following statements support this principle? A. Heredity has a part in determining intelligence. The provision on ________ enables the blind and deaf students to partially or fully integrate inside the Classroom. . D. C. Talk to the teacher about the importance of being consistent in one’s action and in the rules of discipline enforced inside the classroom. Failing to correct what appears to be unprofessional conduct C. Which is unprofessional? in her action? A. technical.Page 10 of 28 A. vocational. Holding inviolate all confidential information concerning associates 122. Porma over substance C. secondary and tertiary levels D. 124. special. Creating scholarship for poor and deserving students D. express disapproval of the unbecoming behavior of the teacher D. B.

cat. A. Filipino domestic workers B. This refers to _________. This will enhance his ability to think and decide. B. A child learns the word ANIMALS before he can be name dog. C. 12. Which of the following demonstrates this theory? A. Filipino overseas workers D. Binet B. This will make him dependent on the thinking of others. Petra names sampaguita. A. C. 7. 11. Providing learners with a set of routine activities to be followed strictly. . He sees events apart from himself and other people D. What does this suggest to the teacher? A. systematic formulation of methods C. 9. who may teach and what shall be the subject of the study and research. The psychological developmentalist made the child the center of the educational process through application of its law of learning. disadvantage workers C. He interprets events from a limited view C. This will facilitate the child’s ability to make decisions. This will give him an opportunity to make right decisions at an early stage. Who introduced the technique of sign drawing of a man as a measure of intelligence? A. development of the child from within Due to mismatch of manpower and high rate of unemployment. Limit the experience of this group to personal growth. curtail the exodus of teachers seeking employment abroad With whose philosophy was pragmatism identified? A. roses and camia before learning the word flower. goat and cow. academic freedom C. promotion of the child’s social unconsciousness D. B. use of effective media technology B. Goodenough How does a teacher demonstrate that the course of human development can be influenced positively by manipulating some aspects of the internal and external development? A. D. A. A. D. trained Filipino professionals seek employment in foreign lands. Terman’s studies of superior children show that in moral and personal traits the superiority is significantly marked. Herbert D. The Educational Act of 1982 expressly granted to institutions of higher learning the freedom to determine on academic grounds who shall be admitted to study. ensure that all schools are provided with modern equipment and facilities B. He views the world from his own perspective Which of these statements in TRUE regarding the indoctrination of a child in making decisions? A. Expose this group to moral and personal experiences. constitutional freedom Human development follows a pattern. In Mathematics learners know division ahead of additions. 8. Keeping the room well-ventilated. Article of the 1986 Constitution provides that State shall assign the highest budgetary priority to education to ________. 13. Aristotle C. Arranging the seats in such a way that every learner feels comfortable. Pestalozzi C. encourage teachers to conduct more researchers and studies on the arts and culture C. Provide this group with more experiences in school outside of moral and personal. D. institutional freedom B. 10. 6. Section V. attract the best available talents to adequate renumeration D. Binet B. He sees the world and himself through the eyes of other people B. B. Providing learners with a variety of enriched learning materials and aids for the different subjects. In a Geography class. D. Teaching should therefore be primarily directed towards the ______________. B. C. children learn the different provinces ahead of their own town. 14.Page 11 of 28 4. This refers to the problem of ___________. Terman D. C. Distribute the activities of this group equally between moral and personal. brain-drain When an adolescent combines ability to see deductive and inductive reasoning in constructing realistic rules that he can respect and live by how does he perceive his environment? A. Dewey 5. orderly and clean. educational freedom D.

This 18th century doctrine advocates for education in accordance with nature Educator who hold this view stressed that in learning the child should be _____________. Progression of subordinate learning D. subjected to a specific regimen or training D. A. 22. 7764 will choose a private or public college engaged in pre-service continuing formal and non-formal education of teachers in strategic places in each region of the country. The teachers show posters of the habitat of insects. 19. The evaluation of the elementary grade graduates Which of the current classroom practices is influenced by Skinner’s operant conditioning? A. C. non-formal learning system D.I. 18. C. III. Acquiring a set of values and an ethical system. The class copies a list of facts concerning the habitat of insects. Each “faculty” of the brain must be provided with appropriate exercise. stereotyped behavior D. Involuntary response to a stimulus C. indigenous learning system C. This refers to _________. III C. IV. Teacher education Center of Excellence B. Teacher Education Commission D. A. I. Which of the following situation is an example of this? A. this movement initiated a systematic objective analysis of curriculum materials in order to determine scientifically what should be taught. social insights C. Connection between stimulus and response B. In content. Rationalism D. A. D. 20. 17. III. I. The best method of learning is through “conditioning”. emphasized in Science and Technology D.IV D. A. Taking on civic responsibility. The revision of elementary education curriculum to make it responsive to the needs of time D. Department of Teacher Education C.A. The class goes out and discovers the habitats of insects. II. universal norms B. A. Scientific determinism Which policy of the State does the administration of the National Elementary Achievement Test (NEAT) enhance? A. A. morality and a scale of values. Developing conscience. allowed to develop according to his own inner impulses and inclinations Social development means that acquisition of the ability to behave in accordance with ______. Developmentalism B. cultural learning system B. I. B. II. 21. . IV. naturally disciplined for him to concentrate more C. social expectations Which of these contributions was the idea advanced by “Gestalt” psychologists? A. II. Social experimentalism C. II. IV To strengthen teacher education the Teacher Education Council created under R. trained in accordance with the standards set by the teacher B. This will be called___________. 23. A particular stimulus will lead to a specific response. Commission on Teacher Education This system of learning includes ways and methods which are used in preserving and building certain traditions within cultural communities. Arrange the following tasks according to the stages when they occur in ones life span. 24. integrated with Technology and Home Economics B. Reinforcement of correct practices Development tasks are to be learned by the individual at each stage of development.Page 12 of 28 15. based on certain criteria.II. B. Learning to distinguish right from wrong. IV B. integrated in all subject areas C. The coordination o functions and activities of educational institutions B. this may cause problems in later years. III. 16. No. I. 25. The individual reacts to a total environment. If these tasks are not developed at an early stage. The teacher lectures on the habitat of insects. D. III. emphasized for creativity and productivity The environment must be interactive to facilitate learning. A. This refers to ______________. The maintenance of the highest quality of education C. multi-level learning system Values Education in the NSEC is offered as a separate subjects as values development in the NSEC is___________.

A. public assemblies C. Article XIV of the Constitution states that academic freedom shall be enjoyed in _________. A. National Elementary Achievement Test C. A. By emphasis on physical education D. The school is shaped by culture and culture in turn is influenced by the school. B. Section 5. body and soul B. National Secondary Achievement Test Children in the early childhood stage consider teachers and parents as authorities and models. A. 33. which of the following will be MOST effective? A. Finding fault with the work of his classmate B. The school becomes an avenue by which individual learn their culture. In teaching the major classifications of plants and animal. C. a teacher assigned to a school ten or more kilometers from the poblacion without a regular means of transportation to reach it. state colleges and universities B. The Gabaldon Act in the Philippine Assembly helps greatly in the expansion program of the educational system by _____________. authorizing the levy of taxes for school purposes B. Parents should enforce strict discipline at home and teachers in school. Sampling of classroom activities that generate excitement and happiness D. What does this statement imply? A. . Invite a speaker to lecture on this subject. Culture is transmitted by the school system. all institutions of higher learning D. B. 28. A. By giving more focus on vocational education C. Failing to take care of school properties In which of the following teacher task is knowledge of children’s affective development of LEAST signification? A. The school functions primarily as a transmitter of culture and is a change agent. appropriating a large sum for the construction of schools The operation “Return to the Basic” saw its embodiment in the ________. Spending his entire allowance each week on science fiction paperbacks. service credit of one day for every five days of service during the whole year B. an additional compensation of 50 percent of the monthly salary D. Teachers and parents should serve as role models at all times.5 percent of the monthly salary as additional compensation C. provide varied learning activities to suit individual needs D. The principles of individual differences require teachers to ________. give more attention to the gifted students C. and the classroom becomes the place of transmission. all level of learning According to Magna Carta for teachers. New Elementary School Curriculum D. D. By adopting the philosophy “know thyself”. Helping children overcome negative emotions C. D. List down all plants and animals under each classification. C. By a well-balanced development of mind. Let the children discover the characteristics of plants and animals under each classification. How can the Athenian ideal of education of forming a cultural soul in a graceful and symmetrical body be achieved? A. prepare modules for slow learner in the class B. Inviting his classmates to eating places in an attempt to make popular D. a hardship allowance of 2. C. Exploring one’s own emotional reactions to various types of pupil behavior. Teachers should demand complete obedience from the learners in school. the privilege of teaching only four days a week 27. B. 29. Memorize the plants and animals under each classification. C. E. 34. treat all learners alike while in the classroom Which of the following would you consider MOST indicative of actual maladjustment of a students? A. providing local funds for educational facilities C. 36. Parent-teacher conference should always be an activity in school.Page 13 of 28 26. 31. Which of the following demonstrates that education and culture tends to be cyclist? A. 30. is entitled to __________. D. providing for a highly centralized system of administering the public schools D. Understanding the emotionally-based cases of pupil behavior B. 32. New Secondary Education Curriculum B. 35.

economic or political status of life Learning increase directly in proportion to the extent to which the learner is wholly bound up in his task. Children at this stage are more prone to tease and irritate their teacher How is curriculum designed to provide for individual differences? A. At this age children enjoy listening more than talking. 41. Education controlled by the government B. I. social skills D.Page 14 of 28 37. B. It reaches its peak at age 17 and stabilizes at age 20. Teacher B graded the students composition by marking them “Pass” or “Fail”. C. social. are fictitious to appear in their imagination Why are some administrators slow in accepting computers in their school inspite of its efficiency and effectiveness in the overall management? Which of these statements below are likely to be the reason? I. A. all children of school age C. the desire to avoid severe physical punishment by a superior authority C. Equal opportunities of educating men and women C. numeration skills In each stage of development a psycho-social crisis occurs. Free and compulsory education as mandated in the 1987 Constitution holds true for ____________. The cost of hardware is high II. are easy to comprehend C. D. 38. Programs needed to run the computer are not available. 42. Which of the following statements regarding muscular development justify the selection of perspective contestant for an intercollegiate tournament in weight lifting from the high school group? A. making decision for some degree of flexibility Which of the following teacher behavior BEST illustrates an instance in which the teacher provided the students of facilitative instructional feedback? A. 46. A. How does a teacher show this in her lesson? The teacher gives lessons that_______________. I and III only D. II and III Which of the following behavior indicates that the child has developed conventional maturity? The behavior is based on ____________. Computer literate teachers are few III. Piaget D. This view is spoused by _______. the expectations of the group or society in general to gain approval A child in his early childhood must be provided manipulative materials to develop _____. 40. This stage of development is the “questioning stage” D. He requested that the students who failed repeat their work. C. The questions need not be answered as long as the teacher listens. Freud B. Words missed by a number of students appeared in the next test. emphasizing social organization and procedures D. Grade VI pupils B. internalized ideals to avoid self condemnation rather than social censure D. Teacher C gave a spelling test. Thorndike Those who teach children at the late childhood stage be more attentive and patient with their numerous. It depends upon the proportion of muscles and fate which stabilizes after age 20. 43. A. reading readiness skill C. 45. 44. Erickson C. and often curious queries because ________. providing realistic and meaningful experiences B. A. C. 39. B. Education subsidized by the government D. It reaches full maturation after age 20. personal decisions based on his satisfaction B. elementary and secondary education D. It continuous to grow reaching its peak at age 20. Education of all human beings without distinction of race. II and III only B. A. A. A. endless. Teacher D gave a department test in history. . including minimum essentials in each subject area C. Education in the primary grades Which of the following illustrates the Christian perspective of democracy in education? A. portray complex ideas D. have significance and worth to the child B. 47. I and II only C. B. pre-handwriting skills B.

family background of student C. 51. Individual differences should be overlooked and accept that all children pass through all stages at equal rates. C. materials which are commonplace have become obsolete. Self-confidence in learning is best achieved when the teacher gives a child _________. The development of modern complex devices such as TV. It provides the students with immediate feedback. appropriate behavior and proper rewards B. B. It is as effective and more economical as teachers. Cognitive growth is independent of accommodation and assimilation. 52. She watches each student go through the process praising those who did it correctly and showing others how to correct their use of faulty procedures. think of ways to avoid the complex problem D. B. poor behavior and use of immediate punishment Freedom in a democracy as applied in the classroom means________. solve the complex problem without isolating the variables. public concerns of education D. Which of these is the best feedback? A. C. work that are of interest to him. 53. 58. Correcting the papers immediately and calling attention to good answers made by students. It frees the teacher to do things besides teaching C. overhead projectors. Change takes place at various rates. assignment that will challenge his best efforts. Teacher A walked around the classroom watching the learner do their work. with a number of variables. All of these. Emphasis on children thinking should be on the products rather than the process. slide projectors. the teacher can show that she is up-to-date in her teaching Psychologists have stressed the importance of feedback in motivating people. necessary decision to perform tasks successfully Which of the following is the most positive factor of programmed instruction from the standpoint of teaching? A.. Piaget views the adolescents as a thinker. B. B. teaching devices that must have been improvised and be replaced D. A. He makes decisions. C. He can steer and guide pupils properly. 50. Which of these reasons is the MOST appropriate for this? A. A. video tapes. D. Children cannot apply cognitive skills for which they are not developmentally ready. Changes occur at different levels of operation as well as at different levels of conceptualization. 55. It provides learners valuable training and sharing of ideas in doing routine training. 54. is significant to teaching and learning because _________. He implements suggestions on how to manage a class. etc. It is based on technological process B. C. When confronted with a complex problem involving alternate solutions. pupil’s freedom to reason out their side of the question C.Page 15 of 28 D. The direction must come under scrutiny of and control by intelligence and reason. In what of these activities will the success of the teacher in the classroom depend? A. A. What does good teaching require the teacher to be MOST alert to? A. teacher’s freedom to do anything that he pleases D. A. What is Piaget’s practical implication in the field of education? A. 49. B.. pretend that the problem has been solved without even trying C. It gives teachers and learners time to do more important task. tasks that are easy to accomplish D. D. teacher’s freedom to plan classroom activities the way she sees fit Which of the following characteristics should an innovator consider in advocating change? A. . 57. B. B. mentally isolate the variable and try systematic combinations to arrive at the proper solution Reducing certain class activities into routinary work helps to make teaching more effective. C. C. He employs various techniques she learns from books. 56. teacher’s freedom with restraint B. D. D. the teacher is provided with more tools which adds dimensions to his teaching. It enables teachers and learners to spend more time with each other. 48. the adolescent can ________.

A. in the years ahead. C. This is a principle that affects auditory perception. Emphasize respect for evidence B. undertaken in different settings B. 61. The teacher should have everyone’s attention when she is giving instruction. The teacher should help the pupils develop devices to aid recall. Which of the following implications for teaching can be derived from the principle? A. teacher should ___________. The teacher should determine the pupil’s readiness before a new lesson is introduced. kept as short as possible C. there will be many sources of changes in the curriculum. D. Who among these students will generally BEST demonstrate reading comprehension? A. A. Of continuous teacher turn over. remove the physical conditions in the room that distract children’s attention One of the distant features of childhood is the increase of motor coordination and body control. It takes time to convince teachers to implement such innovation D. make available for the children various play equipment A child needs enough challenge and stimuli in his surroundings to trigger additional development of his ___________. One who has engaged in reading aloud to the class D. The Ultimate aim of good classroom management is to __________. Which is this? A. Children should be expected to reach the average achievement for their age group. Grade just to be different. Adjust the penalty to the motive behind the offense. Penalty should be served to give the offender a lesson. A. B. Children may differ in rate of growth. D. potentialities D. One who ahs read aloud to another student C. it is not possible to provide a program of in-service education on a one-shot basis. role models B. 62. A. Returning graded papers to pupils with comments written on them. 66. B. set up condition that brings about effective teaching and learning C. 64. 67. Teachers should therefore be very good __________. C. Penalty should be retributive and based solely upon the offense. 69. 65. 68. set rules children should observe in playing C. C. given in the same form each time 60. C. Interest B. A. Administer the penalty immediately. Emphasize objectively D. B. D. social/emotional development The tendency to imitate elders is very strong in the early childhood stage. Represent the best thinking and effort Which of the following assumptions is based on principles of child development? A. not forget that children have unique growth pattern D. The teacher should set up lessons where accuracy is rewarded. facilitators of learning C. C. Young children have trouble attending to more than one event at a time. In view of this. One who has read a selection silently B. intelligence C.Page 16 of 28 B. A continuous program of in-service education in the skills is necessary to implement the innovation because ___________. A. counselors In the evaluation approach. Posting on the bulletin board a list of students with their grades ranked from highest to lowest 59. The growth patterns of children cannot be predicted. Children’s learning styles are unstable until early adolescence. guard against too much physical exhaustion B. One who has read aloud to the teacher Repetition may facilitate the learning process when the repetitions are ________. the following are correct EXCEPT one. Returning graded papers and calling attention to mistakes made by students. D. How should the penalty of an offending student be imposed by the teacher? A. B. disciplinarians D. establish conditions that make possible effortless teaching and learning B. . 63. secure conformity to rules with ease D. C.

Arrange them in the order they come. suppress his feelings to his works C. D. D. C. Cooperation was developed when pupils compared answers.Page 17 of 28 D. Mother puts away a new bag. If 8 is to 16. It enables students to learn cooperative self-expression. D. experience is similar to the application situation A supervised study lesson is one whose purpose is to teach children how to study a given subject effectively. B. The spotlight is on the child with the teacher in the background serving as guide. A. B. Which is the MOST valid statement concerning the aim of a lesson? A. B. Bossing defines lesson plan as “a statement of achievements to 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 guidance of the teacher. ability to deal with reality B. Each child should be ask to write the aim of each lesson in his notebook daily. A. Which of these statements provide the BEST reason for the use of dramatization in the classroom? A. A child’s mental development is clearly revealed in his _______.” A. Experiences which increase knowledge and understanding of social studies concepts and generalization According to Freud’s psychoanalytic point of view. The learners lost their fear of grades. 32 to 64. B. capacity to remember things D. Experiences which divert the attitude of the learner C. D. C. turns unconsciously his pent up feelings towards himself B. development task is easily identified B. Knowledge is an end in itself. The teacher should announce at the beginning of each period the aim of the lesson. I know the bag still exists. the pupils corrected their own work. Which is this? A. It allows the teacher to see psychodrama as a psychological tool. Concepts are generally learned in sequence according to the learner’s stage of cognitive development. A. The teacher acts as guide in the various study procedures. The aim should be an outgrowth of and developed from the motivations. 78. Below are some concepts. the pupil is taught the technique of learning. A-C-D-B 71. Attention was directed to learning itself. The pupils referred to their books for the correct answers. 74. C. B. It allows children to make moral statement in the class. Undue competition was eliminated. Lessons are means of acquiring desirable habits. B-C-D-A D. guilt develops when a child _______. Attention is focused on the learner rather than on the subject matter itself. ability to deal with abstract objects C. Guidance is one a one to one correspondent 77. identifies himself to adults he admires After the test in Araling Panlipunan. 75. teacher uses different teaching devices C. their grades were not recorded. What is the advantage of this procedure to the learners? A. A-C-B-D 76. Night is when there is no sun. Spared in such a way that there is short interval between repetitions 70. A. the guidance takes place in the classroom B. . D. A. Experiences which develop necessary skills in the individual D. Experience which provide opportunity for the development of group skills attitudes and procedures. there are moon and stars instead. ability to use language Learning experiences in social studies can be taught in three primary ways EXCEPT one. The teacher should write the aim at the blackboard at the beginning of each lesson. 73. B. sublimate consciously thru arts D. The theory of “identical elements” in learning holds that transfer is facilitated when the _______. In the supervised study lesson _________. C. Children enjoy character portrayal C. A-D-B-C C. not grades. 16 to 32. D. learner has a mastery of specific responses D. A. C. 79. 72. A gallon is more than a liter of water. B. attitudes and skills.

89. social In using individualized instruction. 82. that which follows instruction If this needs is not met the adolescent tends to be critical and always tries to find fault. This is the need __________. which is the LEAST valuable way for a teacher to present a new lesson? A. how should the teacher begin? A. for material security D. To be creative C. teacher’s providing rich experiences D. A. early childhood stage D. Hand out a step-by-step outline of the lesson An observer can say that a classroom is well managed if learners _______. A.Audio-visual aids are used in classroom teaching to _____________. adolescent stage The way a child talks. it is important to view instruction from distinct advantage points _______. 88. Developed and overview of the subject D. evaluate the teaching-learning outcome C. the instructional situation itself C. identify the controlled and manipulated variables present at the situation B. provide continuity in the learning process D. 86. A. how should audiovisual aids be used? A. questions and problems that challenge thinking Mrs. What students’ need is she trying to address? A. insight D. A. This is the ___________. the subject matter one has to teach D. late childhood stage B. interpret data recorded based on previous experiences 81. A. as a part of a planned lesson This is the stage when the learner becomes confuse and start to experience identity crisis. Elicit an explanation of the importance of the subject C. A. are earnestly engaged in the activities that lead to the realization of a desired goal. To feel significant and be a part of a large group D. as a stimulus to promote learning D.Page 18 of 28 80. identify the abilities of the learners B. Reyes attempts every student into her classroom discussion. pursue their tasks without inhibitions B. walks or manifest gestures may have been learned from models he had exposed to. 91. One of the chief responsibilities of the teacher in the use of the method is to _________. 85. by disciplining children and focusing their attention on a subject C. to belong Of the following. Are under the control and supervision of the teacher D. 87. present the activities needed in the lessons D. 90. prepare the necessary materials Concept formation starts with the ________________. to reward outstanding scholastic achiever B. cognitive B. As a teacher. 83. use of audiovisual materials for meaning C. Observe silence as they go about their activities As an effective learning tool. provide the proper setting for problem-solving within the students can discover solutions to the problem at hand C. Explore some interest already possessed by the learner B. To show their oral activities to the rest of the class The discovery approach refers to an inductive method of guiding pupils to discuss and organize ideas and processes by themselves. C. To get everything into the open B. help make learning more permanent . 84. that which proceeds the actual events of instruction B. for adventureB. affective C. early adulthood stage C. child’s ability to develop a general idea as he goes over his experiences B. A. arouse and sustain student’s interest B. for recognition C. This explains ________learning. A.

98. Which of the following is the most important purpose for using achievement test? To measure the _______________. 4 D. problem identification B. What can the teacher conclude about the item? A.30 STANDARD DEVIATION 8. 5 Which of the items below will measures this objective. Use it in a sentence B. multiple choice Which of the following statement about the use of test is the best? A. preparing a table of specification C. educational and vocational aptitude D. 101. D. 103. Which of the different types of test cover a wide variety of objectives? A. What percent is this? B. inclusion in the item any word that must otherwise be repeated in each response. 2 C. Tricia ate ¾ of a pie. In a multiple-choice test. “The student would be able to solve word problems using percent. 100. The item is a very difficult one. essay B. The item can highly discriminate between the poor and the bright students. 99.02 = 20 percent TRUE or FALSE C. Grades should follow a strict curve D. all of these 92. A. quality and quantity of previous learning C. C. Statistical treatment D. A. 96. Teacher’s right kind of interest in her pupils and in their schoolwork C. matching C. 3 B. writing the test items D. Care of routine factors and classroom discipline B. Grades should respect quality and quantity of performance. plausibility and the attractiveness of the item B. Select the correct meaning C. true-false 93. CLASS A N 40 Performance in Mathematics Test MEAN 57. 94. A.5 92 95 91. Development of children’s attitude towards school rules and regulations. The item is a moderately difficult one. Is 0. Identify its part of speech 102. B. How much is left? D.5 93. D.41 and a difficulty index of 35. Which of the following are aspects of classroom management? A.5 A. quality and quantity of previous teaching What rank should be assigned to 92 in the following distribution of grade point averages of seven candidates for the Honor Roll? 97. help clarify important concepts D.Page 19 of 28 C. The most difficult and significant stage in research work is ________. 97. Juan correctly answered 8 out of 12 questions on a test. An item has a discrimination index of 0. inclusion of items irrelevant clues such as the use in the correct answer of a word found in the stem C. The item cannot discriminate between the poor and bright students. Grades should be used as incentives C.” A. subjects of the study C. Define the word D. keeping the options brief indicates _________. non-inclusion of options that mean the same The first step in constructing test is __________ A. Teacher’s ability to handle snags in classroom activities and concern for her pupils D. outlining the subject matter content of the test B. capacity for future learning B. 95. defining the objective D.5 90. research methods To test if the student knows what a particular word mean which of the following is best for her to ask the student to do? A.92 . Grades should reward effort B. Maria received a 90 percent on her test.

C and D showed about the same performance C. standard deviation D.08 58. A group of score whose range of scores fall within the 68. Probable success in a given course C. C. A. Juan noticed that one of his students is a drug dependent.85 10. variance Below are objectives stated differently. B. A group of score with two different scores with the same lowest frequency. The stem should contain the central problem. D. 110. B. the teacher should be able to indicate a language problem characteristic of learning disabled children Which of the following describes a bi-modal distribution? A. A group of scores whose range of scores fall within the mean + 1 s. An individual’s general knowledge B. Point out that her son obtained low marks in previous curricular year. 109. the test that was administered to them possesses what type of validity? A.12 58. After reading this unit. Predictive D. Ignore the problem. B. Report the problem to the principal for proper action. which of these should the teacher do? A. 112. transfer of training 107. Class D did better than Class C D. Class D showed the best performance B. Items should be congruent with the objectives. C. Promote all pupils in the elementary schools. Ask the parent if she has supervised her son’s homework. 108. D. what can you say about the four classes in the above table? A. the teacher should be able to give two types of retention problems associated with learning disabled children.26% of the normal curve. Classes A and B have about the same performance 104. A group of scores with two different scores with the same highest frequency. Juan do? A. class interval B. Strengthen the foundation in elementary education. Carefully study the complete school record of her son and present these to the parent. what does “reciprocal modification” refer to? A. the teacher should be able to write clear behavioral objectives related to learning disabled children. Exposed elementary grade pupils to varied experiences.d. D. After reading this unit. D.28 Using the mean as basis for comparison. Studies show that children who make exceptionally good records in elementary grades also make superior in high school. 106. 111. the teacher should have a greater sensitivity to the characteristics of learning disabled children.25 10. C. Level of efficiency of an individual D. Mr. Construct B. Which of these criteria is the most important in test construction? A. 105. forgetting B. D. After completing this unit. After reading this unit. B. physiological limit C. D.Page 20 of 28 B C D 35 40 39 57. of the normal curve.17 11. Tell the parent that many students in the class are failing. C. 113. Evident. Which one is stated as affective objective? A. Concurrent Which of the following does an aptitude test attempt to predict? A. range C. An individual capacity for improvement without training When a parent makes an appointment to visit a teacher to complain the progress of her son. In psychology. Talk to the boy’s parent for rehabilitation purposes. Report the student to the rehabilitation center. Students who make higher scores in a college entrance examination generally get better marks in college than those who got lower scores in the same year. What does this suggest? A. B. . conditioned reflex The simplest measure of the spread of scores is the __________. Increase the appropriation for elementary schooling. What should Mr. Content C. Classes B. C. B.

B. Increased capacity for self-direction Which of the following is the BEST way to deal with a 12-year-old boy who feels inferior to his peers? A. target individuals D. 121. 123. One will be ranked 1 and the other 2. The given information is not sufficient to make any interpretation about Susan’s performance. experimental C. target individual and time. indicating weak points as area for improvement C. Read it carefully and identify the element in capital letters. D. A. 118. the grade system adopted in our schools is appropriate in ______. “Given a list of five passages. performance level B. it is prescriptive C. 122. One will be ranked 1 and the other 1. you will find an objective.” A. Questions can be directed towards either convergent or divergent thinking. B. . The child is the center of all activities and the school is nothing. historical B. Consider the following data: Total number of items Susan’s score Mean Standard deviation TEST IN ALGEBRA TEST IN BIOLOGY 80 100 74 94 50 70 12 10 What can you say about Susan’s performance relative to other test takers? A. Options should be almost of the same length. 119. What should be the rank of each score? A. identifying strong points for reinforcement purposes In the achievement test of 1.5 C. Standard score A completely stated objective should contain the following elements: object. 117. it calls for varied responses B. Both will be ranked 1. there is only one correct answer D. A. A. casual-comparative A teacher using the results of a formative evaluation can ________. behavior. Which of these terms cannot be used by itself to interpret individual score on an intelligent test? A. appraising present achievement and potential B. Susan performed better in Biology than in Algebra D. 124. It is directed towards diverging thinking if _________. Interest of any individual must always give way before those of the group of which he is member. Stanine C. Maximum achievements within the limit of their capacity B. object Generally speaking. Need to conform to school regulations C. Provide tasks which he can master with little difficulty. Mastery of subject matter D. 120. give remedial instruction D. all of these Guidance is a part of a teacher’s role. improve his instruction B. performance level. after discussion. D. 114.5 B. 116. Susan performed better in Algebra than in Biology. C. compare his students relative standing in class C. Supposing a researcher wants to answer the question: “Will sing high ability students to tutor low ability students increase the language skill of all students involved?” What research method is appropriate to use? A. A table of specification should be prepared.50 items two students obtained the highest score of 143. Interests of the school are supreme and must be maintained. Percentile D. the behavior is not observable Problems of discipline and class management should be considered in the light of which the following principles? A. C. Interests of the school and the individual pupil is identical. EIGHTY-FIVE PERCENT (85%) OF THE STUDENTS will identify correctly three of the passages which means compassion. D. Both will be ranked 1. behavior C. 115. Standard deviation B.Page 21 of 28 C. conditions. Below. Which of the following aspects to be promoted among students is the PRIMARY objective of the guidance? A. Susan performed equally well in both. descriptive D. predicting success in the field of work and employment D.

133. 25 126. Provide a basis for sectioning pupils C. 132. range between highest and lowest scores D. 50 Which of the following is a limitation of the true-false type of objective test? A. acquaint children of the different industries B. 127. manipulated by the researcher C. help children find jobs suited for them D.Page 22 of 28 B. A. Give the students special assignments and varied activities in class. Test will show who is more cultured. Some culture do better on tests than others. 134. two or more ideas can be elicited B. Arrange situations carefully in which he will be obliged to show leadership C. 125. Young people join clubs only if they are not accepted by the gang. essay B. Which of the following can be classified as an evaluate question? A. expose children in the world of work and appreciate them Which of the following is the MOST valid reason for keeping pupil personal record? A. What measure would you do to keep him in the class? A. Are you in favor of legalizing divorce in our country? In testing which of the following is referred to as cultural bias? A. D. 136. present in the control group Which of the following is a good example of a cognitive objective? A. predicted as the outcome D. Send him to the school’s guidance counselor C. 128. The club is potentially longer-lived than the gang. Provide data for educational research D. Clubs will not function adequately in a given neighborhood where gangs already exist. What can be done to preserve our lakes and forest? D. 10 B. D. How would you distinguish a Filipino from a Chinese? B. influence by a dependent variable B. Modified true-false Research has shown that neighborhood gangs tend to be more adhesive than groups of the same age in formal clubs or agencies. Test items are more familiar with some culture C. Referral to community agencies B. What percentage of a distribution of students falls into the highest quartile? A. Multiple-choiceD. Accept his manifestation of lack of self-confidence sympathetically. 129. . What is your concept of morality C. 131. answers come into a regular pattern or sequence C. B. Change your teaching strategy B. B. Completion C. Call for his parents and inform him of his behavior D. Cultured people do better on tests. You found out that your student sneaks out his classroom during class hours and goes to the library to read the Encyclopedia and other reading materials. standard deviation B. Tell him how irrational his feelings are. A. D. Which is the implication that you can deduce in this findings? A. 130. For guidance of pupils and improve instructions Which is the most obvious and familiar way of reporting variability? A. standard error of the mean Which type of test can assess the student’s ability to organize and express his ideas? A. 15 C. assist children in the world of work C. distribution of raw scores C. The activities of the gang meets the needs of its member better than those of the club do. To develop feelings of adequacy in beginning a new tasks D. proportion of true or false statement are given D. 135. minor details receive as much credit as significant details Career guidance lessons can be integrated in any subject in the grade school to ______. In an experiment the characteristic of an independent variable is that it is _______. C.

A new test of reading vocabulary was administered to a random to a sample of 3. in terms of instructional planning. A desirable and objective measure of a student’s academic progress indicates _______. 144. The test is valid but not reliable C. and Mrs. B. B. Confiscate his test paper and report him to the examination supervisor. 139. Motion him to keep quiet and watch for him after the examination. Ignore him but let him feel that you saw him. 146. When pupils who are low scores answered more items correctly than the high scores. valid but not reliable D. and Mrs. Many tests given in short intervals are superior in terms of learning and retention to one long examination. The correlation of the scores from the two test administrations was 27. Instead of using objective test to facilitate learning it is best to give groups of cooperative students cooperative learning projects. To make judgment on the basis of general principles D. Which of the following is emphasized by Carl Rogers and Abraham Maslow in their theory of socialization? A. Which of the following statements is TRUE about the text? A. Standardized test C. B. When can an item be said to have positive discriminating power? A. Tell both employers of your offers and whoever can increase the pay will be your choice. D. Announce to all the examinees the name of the cheater. Mr. From the information given the most defensible conclusion to be drawn is that the test is __________. D. 138. Several long tests given per term facilitate learning and retention D. Summative test B.65. C. Mr. Pineda censor all their only daughter’s suitors. insignificantly reliable C. Which of the following will you do to an examinee you caught cheating and who offered you a certain sum of money to keep quiet? A. the status of his achievement at a given time C. When the pupils who answered incorrectly got higher total score in the test than those who answered it correctly. reliable and valid A test in English contained a validity index of 0. . To be aware of the ten pieces of art that have shaped history 137. B. Follow the “first come first serve” basis. When the pupils who answered correctly got higher total score in the test than those who answered it incorrectly. You were approach to give advice on the matter. Which of the following is the best situation wherein you can balance rights and authority? A. The test is not valid but reliable B. Pineda choose a life-partner for their only daughter. Accept the offer in Saudi Arabia. Conditioning creates a part in social skills. B. 145. People grow toward the goal of self-actualization. which of the following uses of test is best applied in the classroom? A. To be able to identify the major goods and services produced in the Philippines C. The test is valid and reliable D. C. When there is no significant difference between the general achievement of pupils who answered it correctly. Mr. the amount of change in his achievement over a given period of time B. C. insignificantly valid B. save and send part of your income to your folks. Essay tests have higher reliability tan objective examination C. D. the difference between present achievement and potential achievement Which of the following test measures the learner’s attainment of specific objectives at the end of a given period of time? A.000 third grade pupils and readministered two weeks later. Criterion-referenced test According to research. the profile of present achievement D. 142. 140. Norm-referenced test D. C. Which of the following will you advice? A. Pineda allow all their only daughter’s suitor to come and go as she pleases. 141. C. Conflicts during different stages of development have to be resolved. Accept the teaching position in your province where you can share your own service to your own countrymen. B. D. eligible. and Mrs. 143. A.Page 23 of 28 B. needs advice in which job opening to accept: domestic helper in Saudi Arabia with $350 monthly compensation or to teach on a distant barrio in her own province. Modeling plays a part in determining social skills. The test is not valid and not reliable A BSEE graduate.59 and a reliability index of 0. A.

Jose Rizal B. The establishment of the secondary school type was one of the greatest contributions of what type of education? A. D. Hereunder are philosophies of education. B. B. D. B. B. Mr. 156. Reassuring the parent that many retarded children have compensatory talents that many normal children do not have. C. Humanism II. C. Skinner C. Ask from the other members what was agreed upon in that meeting. II and IV What code of conduct is violated in relation of the teacher and his associates when the principal reprimands a teacher in front of her pupils? A. Realistic D. Dewey D. D. 154. Apologize for the incident and give your reason. She shortens each uniform a bit. of all justice and all activities? A. 155. Get his service record and performance rating and promote him if meritorious. D. D. A higher institution of learning requires all staff to wear national dress on Foundation Day. B. Roque ordered Roberto to re-compute the solution of a problem he missed during the examination. Choose the best measure which a school official may resort in case of a subordinate. 152. The practice of some in authority to protect overstaying aliens for a fee. Humanistic C. Whose philosophy states that God should be worshipped according to the dictate of one’s conscience and loved above all things for the Creator is the foundation of all truth. Recommend for dismissal the subordinate without a definite written contract. D. I and III C. Disciplinism Which of the following situation is less evil? A dressmaker for ready-to-wear school uniform is competing with other dressmaker in price. Mr.Page 24 of 28 D. Montessori Which of the following situations will manage conflicting situations to bring out values enhancing nationhood? A. Roque requires to stay after class to clean the room for his failure to solve a Math problem. Pineda Caution their only daughter’ choice of a boyfriend. 149. Explaining that the situation was thorough and objective and that reality must be accepted no matter how unpleasant. Letting worker’s plight in foreign-controlled companies although miserable and immoral as in motels and other similar establishments remains unchecked. C. hired by a previous official. Have a definite written contract be made specifying the terms and conditions under which the subordinate is to work. Send a proxy who will at the same time apologize for you and explain the reason for not coming. and Mrs. Mr. Pregmatism A. Every teacher has the right to present his side of any accusation. II and IV B. Acknowledging how the parents might feel and attempting to alleviate such feelings of guilt that may be present by suggesting things the parents can do to help the child. She was called upon to interpret the findings to the parent. 153. C. 150. Idealism IV. 147. A psychologist made a complete diagnostic study of the case. 157. who is without necessary definite written contract specifying the terms and conditions which the subordinate it to work? A. II and III D. Captain because of a valid reason? A. Reassuring the parent that the medical profession has recently embarked on a promising program of research that may discover means of improving the child’s condition. She intentionally misfit the uniform and charge extra for the repair. Which of the following will she do to meet the parent’s resistant attitude? A. 151. It is often very difficult for the parents of a mentally retarded child to accept their child’s retardation. . Apolinario Mabini Which of the following is the best situation wherein you can balance rights and authority? A. A call the subordinate in his private office and inquires his relationship with previous official who hired him. Emilio Jacinto C. Whose philosophy suggest that life and education should be interrelated and that schools should emulate life experiences as much as possible? A. Mr. Realism III. Roque suggested a tutor to Roberto after getting a failing mark in the Math examination. C. Which of these philosophies would require a teacher to take a direct and active role in the learning process? I. Mr. A. Which of the following will you do if you cannot attend an appointment with the Brgy. Herbert B. C. Forget the incident since there are many members who will attend. 148. She has additional payment after the uniform has been used. Andres Bonifacio D. Rationalism B. Letting or helping convicted aliens to escape captivity for a fee. She uses inferior kind of cloth. B. Roque gave Roberto five more problems to solve after getting a failing mark in a Math exam.

A school official should not make any false accusation against his teachers. Romero insist sitting with the couple everytime his 17-year-old daughter entertains suitors in their house. Act No. 163. B. Mrs. Emilio Aguinaldo C. 166. Educational Decree of 1863 From which philosophy is humanism attributed to? A. Her sister. Mrs. Mr. Emilio Aguinaldo D. C. Which of the following is the best situation where in you can balance rights and authority? A. C. 169. de la Rosa chooses the gown her daughter will wear to her debut. 184. 170. . Thank her sister for the thoughtfulness. Try his best to encourage the parent to talk the problem over with the teacher concerned. Jose Rizal D. de la Rosa insists that her daughter will wear the same gown that Mrs. 168. de la Rosa consults her daughter on the gown her daughter will wear for her debut. Idealism B. Science C. Apolinario Mabini B. Many of the modern science trace their origin this science which is the oldest and most comprehensive of all the studies known to man. Romero denies his 17-year-old daughter’s request to go out with friends. Quezon B. Tell her sister that teachers now are highly paid. C. The intellectual development which found interest in the human nature through the revival of the classics is _________. Which of the following should a teacher do with a parent’s compliant against other teachers? A. Romero insists chaperoning his 17-year-old daughter Liza himself. No criticism of an associate should be made in the present of pupils or students. Which is it? A. Which of the following will Miss Reyes consider if she wants to manifest values enhancing nationhood? A. Philosophy Which of the following situation is less evil? A Carenderia owner who wants to make big profits takes pride in her low-cost food. D. D. Mr. Mrs. C. 162. D. Accept the offer and send assistance to the community. Royal Decree of December 20. everytime Liza wants to go out with friends. Pregmatism D. 167. Mr. D. She cooks inferior kinds of foods. de la Rosa doesn’t care whatever style of gown her daughter chooses for her debut. She boils and reboils tougher cuts of meats and bones for her soups. Every teacher and school official should transact all official business through channels.Page 25 of 28 B. D. The education is the indispensable requisite to freedom and that every citizen is entitled to acquire education is whose philosophy? A. Realism C. Tell her sister that the service she is extending to her community is very compensatory. Emilio Aguinaldo C. Antonio Isidro Which of the following is the best situation wherein you can balance rights and authority? A. Jose Rizal D. 161. an immigrant in Canada offered her a high-paying job. Who among these philosophers use his writings to show the social ills in his country? A. Crescencio Peralta B. A. 165. Ideology B. Manuel Roxas You are teaching in an elite school with an air-conditioning unit. which of the following will be the most appropriate to consider? 164. C. Mrs. Manuel L. 159. Mr. B. Metaphysics D. D. Try to depend the teacher and put the blame on the pupil. Humanism 160. Garcia C. Miss Reyes is a teacher who is very much respected in her community. Side the parent and tell other things against the teacher being complained. 158. A. B. She has helped improved the community and the barangay officials depend much on her assistance. B. Aware of the present economic condition of the country. Carlos P. de la Rosa wore during her debut. 1985 B. B. Which of the following became the corner stone of democracy in this country? A. Try to encourage the parent to see the principal and lay the problem to him. realism D. nationalism C. Who among the Philippine Presidents signed this act? A. Monroe education Survey of 1929 C. C. disciplinism The American regime popularized mass education in the Philippines. Andres Bonifacio The Institute of National Language was established through the enactment of Commonwealth Act No. Romero insists a chaperon everytime his daughter Liza asks permission to attend parties. recycles left-over food. humanism B. 74 of the Philippine Commission in 1901 D. She uses loose or separated vegetable leaves for her vegetable dishes.

Situation 1 – A neighboring municipality of Katapatan. It is the duty of the teacher to take good care of all school properties and equipment. To cut down the electric consumption. Rama carefully examined the damage done to a newly bought hammer than attend to Ryan. An existentialist D. Bruner D. His survey includes the violations committed in different areas. D. defines teaching as a profession concerned with classroom institution ________. Right to own life Euthanasia A. Cut-off the air-conditioning of classrooms on certain days. 172. A. Mayor Karunungan. Right to life B. Right to work Contraception A. C. Piaget Which of the following is the best situation wherein you can balance rights and authority? A. D. 1006. Right to worship D. by teachers on full-time basis 183. What human rights were violated if the offense are as follows: Religious persecution A. Cooperation between students and teachers should be developed for harmonious relationship. A humanist B. 171. A progressivist With whom is the Cumulative Learning School Model mostly associated? A. B. Right to work B. 9 o 12 D. 6 to 9 C. 176. sets an “ironing day” schedule for her boarders. Direct parent to another teacher. a landlady. Right to worship B. 179. Right to form family D. Mrs. D. at the elementary and secondary levels in both public and private schools C. Accept the offer with a discount. Accept the offer but do the tutoring at home C. by teachers of permanent status B. The welfare of the pupil/student should be the first and foremost concern of the teacher. A. Right to worship Environmental pollution A. 177. Sison. Sison charges a higher electric bill to boarders who use more electricity B. Right to work D. 3 to 6 Professionalization of teachers and teaching as promulgated in Presidential Decree no. Right to own property C. Right to form family Racial Discrimination A. Mrs. D. Right to own property Pre-school education is a recognition that the period of greatest mental development among individual is from __________ years. B. 12 to 15 B. He looked into different aspects of human rights violations. An essentialist C. Right to life C. B. conducted also a survey. Students cannot be made to sacrifice and recite in warm classrooms. 181. What human rights were violated in his municipality? Sterilization A. 173. Right to life D. Right to own property B. 182. Sison forbids the use of electric fans and other electric appliances to boarders to cut down electric consumption. What relationship between a teacher and a student was violated when Mr. Right to worship D. C. 180. Who among the following would most likely approve a subject-centered curriculum? A. at the tertiary level in both public and private school institutions D. B. Sison does not mind her boarders excessive use of electric appliance for fear that they may transfer to other boarding houses. Air conditioning is such a small matter that saving on it could hardly affect the economy. Which of the following will you do if a parent of one of your failing pupils asks you to tutor her daughter in consideration of a certain amount of money which you badly need? A. Savings on cutting down the air-conditioning could be spent on other worthwhile activities. 178. Right to own property B. C. Right to work C. Montessori B. Gagne C. Right to worship Situation 2 – Te municipal Mayor of Katapatan is conducting a survey on human rights abuses in his municipality. one of the boys in his carpentry class who slipped and fell from the ladder while repairing the roof of their shop? A. . 175.Page 26 of 28 A. Right to life C. Right to worship C. Direct the parent to another teacher for tutoring. Right to life 174. Right to life D. but ask for a commission. Mrs. Mrs. Right to work C. There should be a good and harmonious relationship between teachers and students.

mentally. Teachers may vote and exercise their constitutional rights but may not use heir position to influence other people. 194. John Dewey D. Aristotle C. Every teacher must be physically. Article XIV of the Constitution states that academic freedom shall be enjoyed in __________. Edward Thorndike B. B. C. honesty. 190. What provision in the Code of ethical Standards does sickly Miss Miranda violate when she goes to school even late and not feeling well? A. C. proficient in both Filipino and English Which of the following is the best situation wherein you can balance rights and authority? A. In which of the following is this principle NOT applicable? A. A. D.Page 27 of 28 184. Behaviorism II. A teacher patiently and diligently explains to a below average child how to manipulate a simple machine. II only C. 197. C. 188. Every teacher must sincerely believe in and endeavor to help carry out the declared policy of the state. Luna insists on having a weekly “night-out” with her friends. Syria D. Henry Barnard C. Goodenough D. . Grade VI pupils C. and morally fit to teach. A teacher allows a below average child to find out himself how to manipulate a simple machine. Herbert With whose ideas is the development of contemporary curriculum program in elementary education PRIMARILY associated? A. 193. Mrs. D. A teacher tells below average pupil to tell his parents to get a tutor to teach him how to manipulate simple machine. Pleasure attained while buying expensive clothes at your favorite shopping mall. all levels of learning C. Greece Which of the following pleasures is morally good? A. views the consequences of behavior as regulator and controller of an individual’s action? I. 185. Luna insists going along with her husband during his once a wee “night-out”. Cognitivism A. A. 186. What teacher relationship illustrates Director Guevarra’s refusal to use pressure on his teacher to join a certain religious group? A. 192. C. public assemblies B. A wealthy couple divided the share of a convicted son’s inheritance among their other children. education in the primary grades B. Which of these. A wealthy couple reluctantly give the share of inheritance to their convicted son on he device of their lawyer. Rome B. A wealthy couple refuses to give the share of a convicted son’s inheritance. A wealthy couple gave to charity the share of inheritance of a convicted son. Luna gives her husband his once a week “night-out”. Mrs. 195. skills D. Mrs. The Teacher and the State Which of the following is the best situation wherein you can balance responsibility and accountability? A. I and III only The system of apprenticeship or cadet training was patterned after what country’s philosophy of education? A. Horace Mann Free and compulsory education as mandated in the 1987 constitution holds true for ___. state colleges and universities D. 196. Mrs. Humanism III. reflexes C. Which of the following is the best situation wherein you can balance rights and authority? A. proficient in Filipino and in eight major dialects C. D. 191. A teacher asks a brighter child to teach a below average pupil how to manipulate a simple machine. attitudes B. and punctuality in the performance of one’s duty. Devotion to duty. The Teacher and His Associate C. 187. I only D. habits Section 5. Egypt C. all institutions of higher learning The primary objective of bilingual education is to prepare learners to be ________. B. A. all children of school age D. B. The Teacher and the Community B. Luna refuses her husband’s once a week “night-out”. The Teacher and His Superiors D. Binet B. Who introduced the technique of using the drawing of a man as a measure of intelligence? A. Below are some motivational theories needed by teachers. elementary and secondary education All learning is bond connecting. III only B. 189. D. proficient in English and other foreign language D. B. globally competitive B.

A teacher scolds a boy who dribbles the ball in the classroom and sends him to the gym to practice there. Secondary Schools D. D. . Non-formal classes C. Encourage him to keep quiet so as not to harm your friends. B. there is a time when one’s interest overshadows discipline D.Page 28 of 28 B. C. Tell him to go to the authorities and report the matter. discipline is any part of a game and must be observed 199. D. The influence of humanism is reflected in the establishment of ________. A. Pleasure attained while watching a favorite basketball team win. basketball is a game that has to be played outdoor B. This teacher wants this boy to be aware that ______________. Tell him to call a radio broadcaster and air it. Pleasure attained while watching a new-born baby grow day by day. Tertiary Schools What will you do if someone confided to you an anomaly which will implicate people close to you? A. C. 200. 198. Distance Education B. Encourage the one who confided to you to seek the services of a lawyer. Pleasure attained while watching a comedy film or presentation. A. there is a proper place for every activity C.

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