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1) Which statement about culture does sociologist hold?

a. people living in urban areas are highly cultured
b. the Negritoes in Central Luzon are uncultured
c. all societies have culture
d. all of the above
e. none of the above
2) The idea held by the Negritoes about nature spirits
helping them is an example of:
a. norms
d. sanction
b. belief
e. all of these
c. perception
3) The strongly held norms considered essential to the
welfare of the people and their cherished values are
called:
a. folkways
d. laws
b. belief
e. all of these
c. mores
4) When norms are formalized a governing body, they
become a. folkways
d. laws
b. belief
e. none of these
c. mores
5) The socially imposed rewards and punishments to
ensure the conformity of the members of society to its
norms are called a. laws
d. sanctions
b. folkways
e. all of these
c. mores
6) Which of the following is apart of our folkways?
a. the pamanhikan
d. all of these
b. superstitious
e. none of these
c. the ten commandments
7) The feeling of unpleasantness or disorientation when
one goes to an unfamiliar setting is:
a. culture strip
d. cultural imagination
b. skeptical receptivity e. none of these
c. culture shock
8) When one group blends and takes on
characteristics of another culture, there is ____.
a. Acculturation
d. assimilation
b. Accommodation
e. none of these
c. adaption

a. Personalism
b. Impersonalism
c. utang na loob

d. hospitality
e. none of these

12) The raw materials from which personality is fashioned
refers to:
a. genetic personalities
b. biological inheritance
c. geographical environment
d. socio-cultural environment
e. all of these
13) The basic idea off personality held by the symbolic
interactionism is that personality is the result of the
interaction.
a. heredity and environment
b. individuals mediated by symbols or language
c. the individuals and his culture
d. all of these
e. none of these
14) The process by which a child learns to conform to the
norms of the group acquires a status, plays the
corresponding role and emerges with a social self is –
a. education
d. socialization
b. enculturation
e. none of these
c. presentation of self
15) Which statement best characterizes the socialization
process?
a. the first five years of child’s life is crucial in
personality formation
b. socialization is a continuous life-long process
c. culture makes its deep influence during early
childhood
d. the church play a crucial role in the socialization
process
e. none of these
16) According to Cooley, the ability of children to visualize
themselves through the eyes of others and imagine how
they appear to others is called –
a. personality
d. superego
b. looking glass self
e. none of these
c. presentation of self

the

9) The sharing for the dignity of others and being with
them is:
a. Pakikisalamuha
d. pakikitungo
b. Pakikiisa
e. none of these
c. pakikipagkapwa
10) The obligation to repay a person for whom one has
received a favor with undefined quantification is ___.
a. Pakikisama
d. utang na loob
b. kusang loob
e. none of these
c. magandang loob
11) The occurrence of graft and corruption, nepotism and
favoritism in the Philippines if often attributed to the
value of:

17) Responding to a number of individuals in the group and
integrating the various rules or set of norms of the group
takes place in what is called the period of the –
a. looking glass self
b. reference groups
c. generalized others
d. development of the social self
e. all of these
18) Which of the following serves as the role model and
source of values and attitudes for the young?
a. school group
d. mass media
b. church group
e. none of these
c. peer group
19) Statuses which are fixed at birth by biological
characteristics over which the individuals has little
control are –
a. ascribed
d. attained
b. assigned
e. none of these

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c. achieved

c. social exchange

20) Becoming a doctor is an example of –
a. ascribed
d. attained
b. assigned
e. none of these
c. achieved
21) The basic element of social structure in Philippine
society is the –
a. friendship group
d. rural community
b. family
e. all of these
c. school
22) The totality of social organization and the complex
network of interconnected, interdependent and
overlapping social relationships refers to –
a. social groups
c. bureaucracy
b. society
d. state
e. none of these
23) In the Philippines, the adoption or borrowing of the
culture patterns and values of the Chinese by the
Filipinos and vice-versa is –
a. accommodation
c. bureaucracy
b. society
d. reciprocity
e. none of these
24) The family where one is born, reared and socialized is –
a. family orientation
d. egalitarian family
b. family of procreation
c. nuclear family

e. none of these

25) The type of residence which permits the newly married
couple to reside independently of the parents of the
bride and the groom is –
a. patrilocal
d. neolocal residence
b. matrilocal
e. none of these
c. bilocal
26) Among the Muslims, the most common type of family is

a. nuclear
d. avunculocal family
b. joint
e. none of these
c. neolocal
27) The function of religion in all culture is –
a. to provide guidance to behavior
b. perform welfare function
c. discover a road to spiritual serenity
d. perform recreation function
e. all of these

30) When we say Cebuanos are thrifty and industrious, and
Bicolanos are friendly people, we are making use –
a. stereotypes
d. prejudice
b. ethnocentrism
e. none of these
c. Epithets
31) The improvement in the quality of life, ensuring
adequate level of nutrition and suitable characteristics of
economically and politically stable societies of the West
is –
a. modernization
d.
progress
b. development
c. globalization

e. none of these

32) The movement of a person or group of persons to
another place more or less for permanent residence is –
a. migration
d. ecological movement
b. population growth
e. none of these
c. population change
33) The complex whole which includes knowledge, belief,
art, morals, laws, customs, and any other capabilities
and habits acquired by men as a member of society is –
a. religion
d. culture
b. ethnocentrism
e. none of these
c. idiosyncrasy
34) The anthropologist who discovered the tabon cave in
Palawan was –
a. Jaime Bulatao
d. Frank Lynch
b. Linda Jocano
e. Francisco Rodrigo
c. Robert Fox
35) The kinship group consisting of parents and children is
the –
a. nuclear
d. households
b. stem
e. none of these
c. extended
36) ____ is the material wealth given to the bride and her
family before marriage.
a. bride wealth
d. fetish
b. fosterage
e. all of these
c. dowry
37) Polygamy is practiced by the –
a. Muslims of southern Philippines
b. Kalingas
d. Negritos
c. Bontocs
e. Cebuanos

28) The hierarchical arrangement and establishment of
social categories that may evolve into social groups
together with statuses and their corresponding roles
refer to:
a. social ranking
d. segmentation
b. social stratification
e. none of these
c. bureaucracy

38) ___ describes the blurring and breakdown of
established rules, standards, categories, distinctions
and boundaries.
a. naturalization
d. westernization
b. postmodern
e. none of these
c. urbanization

29) The social standing of a person or group within a social
class or the whole stratification system is called –
a. status
d. social rank

39) ___ are considered as society’s standards of morality,
propriety, ethics and legality.
a. folkways
d. habits
b. values
e. all of these
c. norm

b. role

e. none of these

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40) ___ is the family in which a person is raised and born.
a. family of procreation
d. joint family
b. family of orientation
e. family size
c. extended family
41) ___ was Frank Lynch’s contribution to the study of
Filipino values. It connotes the facility of getting along
with others so as to avoid outward signs of conflicts,
even under difficult circumstances.
a. smooth interpersonal relationship
b. reciprocity
d. utang na loob
c. amor propio
e. all of these
42) ___ is a Filipino value and defined as benign taken by
one’s fellowmen for what one is or believes he is and
treated in accordance with his status, not rejected or
improperly criticized.
a. social acceptance d. bayanihan
b. pakikipagkapwa
e. none of these
c. amor propio
43) Countless popular songs tell us that for every person
there is one true love. This is an example of –
a. real culture
d. patterned evasion
b. ideal culture
e. all of these
c. subculture
44) Which of the following is a value?
a. students should not throw spitballs during
classes
b. students who cheat on examinations should be
suspended
c. all young people have a right to an education
d. college professors should not data their
students
e. all of the above
45) A rule about putting your napkins in your lap before you
start eating is an example of –
a. mores
d. laws
b. ethnocentrism
e. none of these
c. folkway
46) By taking the role of the other, George Herbert Mead
meant –
a. practicing the new role before actually taking
on that role
b. seeing an image of oneself reflected in other
people’s eyes
c. learning to play a game such as baseball by
the rules
d. learning to see things from another person’s
point of view.
e. all of these
47) One of the primary differences between peers and
parents as agents of socialization is that –
a. peers engage in open conflict
b. peer’s relations are egalitarian
c. peers and parents have different confliction
values
d. peer are more fun
e. all of these

48) Freud’s term for the part of the personality that operates
on the pleasure level, seeking immediate gratification, is
the –
a. Id
d. libido
b. Superego
e. drive
c. ego
49) Which of the following theories saw socialization as a
confrontation between the individual and society?
a. Sigmund Freud
d. Charles Horton Cooley
b. Erik Erikson
e. John Locke
c. George Herbert Mead
50) Young children “play” at being mothers and fathers,
cops and robbers, Hollywood stars and sports heroes.
All of these are examples of role playing illustrate –
a. the generalized other
b. learning to play the game
c. anticipatory socialization
d. id impulses
e. none of these
51) Which of the following is an example of an achieved
status?
a. Wife
d. being born male
b. brother
e. none of these
c. having blue eyes
52) A sick person’s obligation to stay in bed and follow
doctor’s orders is an example of his or her –
a. status
d. institution
b. role
e. none of these
c. presentation of self
53) The so-called superwoman syndrome, which holds that
a woman ought to be able to keep and raise a family
while pursuing a full-time career is an example of –
a. role strain
d. identity confusion
b. role conflict
e. all of these
c. institutionalized
54) In order to achieve control, all societies depend upon
___ which are rewards for conforming behavior and
punishment for deviant behavior –
a. informal norms
d. offenses
b. values
e. none of these
c. sanctions
55) The division of society into layers in termed as –
a. stratification
d. life chance matrix
b. status inconsistency
e. none of these
c. status defects
56) The most preferred form of marriage in human societies
is –
a. monogamy
d. polyandry
b. polygamy
e. all of these
c. bigamy
57) The function of family that has become increasingly
important in contemporary society is
a. the distribution of goods and services
b. socialization of children
c. regulation of sexual activity
d. emotional gratification
e. all of these

repetition. a game of life b. progress b. all of these c. history c. do more harm than good e. practice and imitation b. development e. a. mercy. function. metropolis d. migration d. a belief in God e. group marriage b. none of these c. instinction. a quest for visions and mystical experiences b. globalization . row or auto spare parts streets is an example of – a. a. rallies e. human ecology e. polygamy d. if a person possesses only one or two of them. the bread of life d. improvement and modification e. and ecological systems and helping the people realize their potentials is – a. rural migration e. impractical b. all of these 64) Beauty. respectively have found the ways of faith. ecological movement c. Max Weber d. political. cars. geographical changes 73) The study of population – its size. expression and problem-solving c. none of these c. a belief in the Holy Spirit 60) The process by which population is concentrated in cities is called – a. reciprocity. lineage b. festive kinship e. joint family b. hybridization e. descent c.Page 4 of 104 58) Who called religion as the opium of the people? a. the opium of the people c. plays and game or in ___ a. modernization d. raw. likely to generate more peace and harmony d. suit to contemporary world c. technology like film or radio b. values maybe effectively taught by means of inculcation and instilment. restaurants. and independence. habituation. trifurcated family e. all of these c. he/she loses a great deal of what is essential in life – a. rituals that symbolizes beliefs c. all of these c. ensuring adequate level of nutrition and suitable physical surroundings in the social. Karl Max e. indulgence. Secularization d. urbanization 61) An urban area containing a city and its surrounding suburb and forming an economic and geographic unit is called – a. On this premise. gradient 72) A change in technology and science of a society is – a. neighboring chats c. a form of harassment e. one of these c. endogamy b. a belief in spirits d. compassion. festivities d. cultivation d. population growth 75) The improvement in the quality of life. none of these 66) Values are refined in instructional materials such as stories. immigration e. Emile Durkheim 59) All religion shares which of the following characteristics? a. gratitude and obedience as opposing rigor. Innovation d. iopolis 62) Karl Max. all of these b. none of these 69) ___ refers to sexual relation with close relatives. social change b. the premise is true but the conclusion is false b. The others are – a. the premise and the conclusion are both true c. population change b. culture changes e. taboo d. demography b. deal career family d. geography 74) The movement of a person or group of persons to another place more or less for permanent residence is – a. none of these c. none of these c. neopolis e. distribution and change is – a. one of the fathers of Communism says that religion is – a. humility. agriates 70) ___ refers to that form of a family whereby married brothers with their respective families decided to live together less than one house. none of these 63) The Christian values of compassion. all of these 67) The general term used to indicate multiple marriage of any type is – a. none of these c. kinship d. community b. intensification. hope and peace in the World. Sociology d. and wealth necessary go together in principle. health. practice. sacrifices. Concentration e. Robert Bellah b. enrichment. none of these 65) In general. Give your view in terms of the following: a. Centralization d. incest e. stem family 71) The existence of university belt. the premise and the conclusion are both false e. the premise is false but the conclusion is true d. serial monogamy 68) The system of relation among the members in a society is – a. dominance b. pride.

race d. Infanthood d. comparisons can arouse the feeling of hostility and anger c. filial regression 93) The teacher can help develop self-concept among her pupils by – a. maturation b. childhood b. utang na loob 81) When one group blends and takes in the character of another culture there is – a. neutralism b. human dignity b. acculturate 84) In terms of authority. none of these c. school phobia d. punishing 94) Which of the following will not directly satisfy biological drives? a. none of these 88) There are different factors that affect intelligence. they become – a. impersonalism e. sanctions 83) In the Philippines the adoption or borrowing of the cultural patterns and values of the Chinese by the Filipino and vice-versa is – a. reproduction b. all of these e. adulthood c. brothers and sisters. all of these c. adulthood that 80) The occurrence of graft and corruption. the Filipino family and more – a. heredity and environment b. none of these 90) The individual’s basic outlooks. teachers should not compare abilities because – a. comparisons can lead to unnecessary pressures d. adoption 82) When norms are formalized by governing body. church group e. all of these 78) The basic idea of personality held by symbolic interactions is that personality is the result of the interaction between – a. human existence d. none of these 77) Which serves as the role model and source of values and attitudes for the young – a. which of these refers to the pathological conditions? a. non-social b. individuals mediated by symbols or language c. the individuals and his culture d. cultural change e. expressing confidence on the child’s capability d. laws b. all of these c. idiot b. motivation b. which impels it to activity? a. peer group a. mass media b. all of these c. folkways c. water c. school phobia d. stupid and a failure he was b. flainters d. neonate c. adolescence 92) One inherits certain traits from one’s parents but he is not the real replica of his parents. personalism d. letting the child know how bad. incentive 96) A child who is overprotected or rejected may suffer – a. This explains the principle of heredity which is the principle of – a. accommodation e. adolescence b. deviant c. the main indicator of social status is – a. land holding d. Innovation d. economic security b. adoption e. imbecile d. assimilation c. peace and practice e. gang c. technological change c. sleep 95) What term is used to refer to internal stimulus condition of the organism. experience . equilateral 85) To the middle class. uniformity d. emotion 79) The supreme and over-reaching values characterizes education is – a. heredity c. keeping quiet about the child’s limitation c. health and harmony with nature c. assimilation b.Page 5 of 104 76) The form of behavior that violate the norms and culture – a. defiant e. geographical change 87) Even among identical twins. patriarchal d. feeble-minded 91) The cycle of human development includes the following stages mentioned below. mores d. nepotism and favoritism in the Philippines is often attributed to the values of – a. values and ideals are to a great shape except during – a. oxygen d. accommodation d. motives c. hypochondriac 97) There are many factors to consider in determining the child’s readiness for learning. obsession c. variation c. brain b. lifestyle e. reprocity b. hospitality b. school group d. Which of these stages should come first? a. social change b. childhood d. moron c. Which of these is the most basic? a. acculturation d. authority 86) A change in the technology and science of a society is- 89) The lowest IQ indicated in the intelligence scale isa. every individual is unique b. matriarchal e. bilateral b. education b.

environment d. age d. repression c. intelligence 115)The period of concrete operations covers ages – a. social intelligence 106) A child who is cordial. fantasy 109) Cognitive domain refers to – a. throw and catch a ball skillful play several games is said to have – a. pouting or childish play as a means of overcoming frustrations. skills c. Stimulus response-connectionism d. using gradual induction d. with differential rates for different parts of the body c. Behaviorism c. nomadism b. size c. regression d. awarding a model d. parents’ opinions 111) The behavior of the child is to large extent dependent upon his – a. Law of use c. quality concept b. Poverty c. Which one is not a sure cause? a. Rejection d. objective tests b. standardized tests 101) During the sensorimotor period. dynamics b. approach d. thirst c. the child develops a functional understanding of many things. 1 – 2 years c. achievement tests c. security b. space and time b. suddenly by spurts of the whole d. “identity crisis” or identify vs. motor intelligence d. attitudes d. Law of annoyance d. role” confusion occurs during the ages of a. skeletal growth 119)Growth is most rapid proportionally – a. values b. causality objects d. organization 99) Learning is due to maturation and training. standardized achievement tests c. Law of effect b. Gestaltism b. giving him different work 113)Which of these provide the best reinforcement? a. Functionalism 105) A child who can execute difficult dance steps. stopping of response 108) When a younger reverts to weeping. independence 104) The most scientific school of psychology is – a. bone classification b. cluster concept 103) Which of these listed needs does not belong to the socio-genic type? a. knowledge with understanding 110)There are different ways of identifying talented and gifted children. 6 to 12 years d. from six to twelve d. scholarships c. retreat b. Structuralism b. 11 – 14 years 116)According to Erickson. Which of these does not belong to these? a. natural interest in the world 114)There are several causes of maladjustment. mechanical intelligence b. standardized intelligence tests b. motor intelligence d. personality c. abstract intelligence c. this mechanism is called – a. concentration 102) When teaching Math. emotional. in adolescence 120) Growth takes place – a. 2 – 7 years d. has a high capacity for – a. shifting him in different groups c. status d. 7 – 11 years b. Law of readiness 100) What tests are designed to measure capabilities? a. the teacher provides situations where the pupils discovered the meaning of square. attitudes and personal adjustment 98) The internationalization of ethical values refers toa. imitation to play c. 12 to 18 years b. Which of the laws is highly related to it? a. friendly and helpful with whom people like. peers b. methods and materials instruction d. character d.Page 6 of 104 c. Which of these will contribute least to such identification? a. We may then the pupils form – a. parents 112)The teacher should help the isolate by – a. biological inheritance c. use of marks b. gradually for the whole organism b. broken home b. in the pre-natal months b. mechanical intelligence b. process concept c. aptitude tests d. destruction c. 18 to 21 years 117)Learning is a matter of habit formation of “getting used to it” according to the theory of Pavlov known as – a. structural concept d. abstract intelligence c. from birth to six c. social intelligence 107) Which of the four emotional behavior patterns will be the reaction in pleasant situation? a. total immersion b. Functionalism c. 3 to 6 years c. teachers’ observations d. Gestaltism d. Conditioning 118)The best single criterion on the degree of maturity of a child is his – a. in serial order of development .

absence of shyness c. nine to twelve c. in the early and middle teens c. adds meaning to the material . are emotionally mature c. giving the child more attention b. much is forgotten b. failure in the work c. and social factors affect growth d. rebellion against authority c. of the wide range of ability c. a task only for psychiatrists 138) 129) The school causes emotional maladjustments most often by – a. are known as the glands with ducts c. education should ft the growth 122) Adolescence includes the years from – a. is loud and disorderly c. letting the child strictly alone 136) Making the child ashamed of some habitual behaviors is most likely to have effect of – a. a rather easy thing d. parental laxity b. are the major fasteners in personality The endocrine glands – a. assume mastery b. destroys school materials 127) The best way to help adolescents become socially mature is to – a. nothing is forgotten d. opposition from friends d. continue to learn on their parent 135) The most serious maladjusted child is one who – a. seeing the child is successful in what he undertakes d. hostility between members b. the snakes c. preserves our lives c. other interests. ability to get along with people b. directly control our behavior 132) Emotions can best be trained by – a. absence of inferiority complex 124) Children form gang mainly because of – a. we mean – a. eliminating desirable habit without harmful consequences b. help them feel free to do as the crowd does c. particularly in the other sex Emotions are significant because they – a. in the twenties d. a temporary improvement in conduct and attitude 137) The correction of maladjustment in an individual child is – a. six to nine b. before the teenage b. overcome inferiority feelings and pattern 128) 131) Memorization is made more effective by – a. lack of guidance 130) The native stimulus for fear is – a. avoiding all emotional stimuli d. speaking of the bad impression his conduct makes c. always stimulate thinking b. being restrained or held 134) Overprotected children will probably develop into adults who – a. his emotional. small amount is forgotten c. the dark b. thirteen to twenty-one d.Page 7 of 104 121) The different stages of the child growth should be understood because – a. an impossible task c. urge them to confide in their parents b. in the thirties 126) The gang generally disintegrates because of – a. assuming an indifference to disturbing things b. Meaningfulness and understanding d. talk back to his teachers b. causing open rebellion d. is unsocial and withdrawn from others d. attaching satisfaction to desirable emotional pattern 133) Maladjustment can often be prevented by – a. the urge to be independent 125) Delinquency reaches its peak – a. Intensity 139) Studies of the effect of summer vacation upon retention indicate that – a. a sudden or starting stimulus d. Visualization c. hard problems and lessons b. are independent and self-reliant b. twenty-one to twenty-six 123) By social intelligence. will protect other children d. of the relation of between his physical and mental status b. are glands that produces sweat perspirations d. adding a deep sense of guilt to the misbehavior c. the school prohibits it d. retention is increased and 140) The intention to remember is – a. Repetition b. are glands of internal secretions b. desire for adventure d. a very complicated and difficult matter b. inhibiting or repressing all emotions c. members becomes different in size c. membership in several organizations d. give wholesome and adequate social experiences d. are the products of the body d.

values b. beliefs. gives one a chance to show individuality b. laws. mores d. beliefs of what is good or bad. d. fusion c. people would prefer to use a telephone rather than travel. is physically inferior to animals d.A. arts. shows that one is above average in intelligence c. dynamic d. either good or bad 152) Whether we like or not. nuclear c. animals can be cultured like human beings 154) When Filipino is married to a German. are influenced by both parental sides. c. they prefer to take jeepneys rather than walk. 110 d. customs and other capabilities and habits are known as – a. this prohibition is part of the – a. breeding 155) White people usually feel superior. international culture 159) As part of modernization. does not retard forgetting d. Japanese have their own languages. 120 b. culture b. below 70 b. education c. attitudes 162) Earnings. above 130 146) The percentage of individuals classified as having an average of normal intelligence is – a. novenas in honor of their saints. socio-culture d. capacity to learn ability to control emotion ability to sustain oneself economically ability to make social contacts 144) A feeble-minded person has an IQ of – a. makes memory work monotonous d. man is superior intellectually than animals c. habits. agnosticism b. learned 153) In what sense does culture distinguished man from animals? a. lipsticks. so they decided to live their in-laws. but considered bad in the Philippines. extended d. it is impossible to find a true or pure Filipino music. increased one’s social efficiency d. unified families d. amalgamation d. socialization d. altruism d. culture diversity b. universe culture b. man develops culture. versatile people who can live whether in the Philippines or U. relative b. or as a form of thanksgiving. folktales d. 80 147) Children who are very bright tend to be – a. c. morals. dynamic-cumulative d. folkways c. dresses. what is good for them is bad for us. important or non important are better known as – a. relativism 156) Filipino Catholics celebrate fiestas. mores d. Koreans. arts. none of these 157) Sexual relations between relatives is strictly forbidden in our society. this practice is part of – a. unification b. folkways b. blacks inferior. 60 d. increases forgetting 142) A good memory has much value because it – a. culture trait c. increases retention b. this is known as cultural – a. 100 c. watches. adaptive c. 70 b. traditions b. influenced by both Western and Asian culture 161) People’s ideas. while animals behave according to their instincts b.Page 8 of 104 c. anthropology 149) Pre-marital sex is commonly practiced in Western Countries. there is a mixture or blending of two different cultures – as shown in their children’s behavior. nervous and emotionally unstable c. decrease interests c. mores d.S. bilateral b. 75 145) A gifted person has an IQ of – a. technicways c. etc. folkways c. folklore b. man although superior intellectually. culture complex 160) Pordoy and Kagidlay are newly-wed with no money to either rent or buy a house. This means that culture is – a. because. 90 d. theirs and in-laws families are now known as – a. culture shock d. increased interest and mind-set 141) Over-learning the material – a.. beautiful dresses have their – . b. sub-culture c. desirable or undesirable. dance or belief. all of these 158) Filipinos. physically small and sickly b. shy.” means that Filipinos – a. etc.fathermother b. the culture common to all people is known as – a. 50 c. diverge c. folkways c. relative 150) An American felt sick after being forced to eat “balut” by Filipinos. culture amalgamation 151) The expression “Filipinos operate or live on two levels of culture. shared b. ethnocentrism c. indicates clear thinking 143) – The most widely accepted concept of intelligence is a. 80 c. timid and unsocial d. such experience is known as – a. these new habits are known as – a. favorable endowed in more respect 148) People’ knowledge. culture is – a. this feeling of superiority is known as – a.

rapists. his parents automatically rear an individual. ethical c. Asia b.” These expression show their – a. America 176) The fossils believed to be those of the first Filipinos were found by Robert Fox in – a. Agusan del Norte 177) Which group of traders introduced Islam in the Philippines? a.O. gold or money b. waters around what is now the Philippines fell about 156 ft. he simply/humbly answered “Swerte lang. mayors. duties are a consideration of his ____ dimension. Tabon-tabon Cave. euphemism 166) The expression. congressmen are corrupt. later with his neighbors. all of these 175) As cited by researchers which gave such names as “Peking Man. social values 164) Filipinos are always conscious of what people say or think about their appearances or actions. religious c. Tabon Cave. a person is good d. helpless and do not care about the future of the country/community d.” There is great possible that the first man must have come from – a. a. supernaturalism b. Europe c. moral c. Chinese c. Malaysian b. regulations and laws. moral-ethical d. education c. driving car b. saying bad words d. below its level b. euphemism d.” This reflects the value of – a. he starts learning the culture of his family. spiritual b. both socialized 172) As a person reaches adolescence. political 169) Why did the Philippines send military troops to Cambodia? It is because – a.. “It is not what you know but whom you know that counts. peers b. social acceptance c. showing how to swim 179) Which of the following is least effective in moral instruction? a. “It’s better to cheat than to repeat. Africa d. This bad situation in our society shows the Filipinos in general are – a. if not stupid who can be bought. organizations or association. Indonesian 178) Which of the following is not a result of learning? a. Palawan c. the Philippines is against communism d. supernaturalism b. are always used by Filipinos as part of their – a. Yet when asked on his “secret” for passing the said exam. titles. uncultured.Page 9 of 104 a. the Philippines is part or a member of nation of U. still politically immature. Engr. A and C answers 174) Which of the following describes the “Pleistocene” or “Ice Age”? a.. Atty. spiritual b. particularism c. social d. “Bahala na ug ma-zero. an individual is unsocialized. the packs of glaciers which covered the earth melted as sunlight entered the atmosphere d. calling attention of children on the positive consequences of their behavior c. Hinagdanan Cave. a. becoming more independent.” reflects Filipinos’ values on – a. an individual is bad. discussing real-life moral situation and evaluating their consequences. personalism d. social values 163) Some students often says. personalism c. parents determine the behavior of their children . as Dr. in live with criminal politicians c. yet they continue to be re-elected during election s. murderers or less educated. experience 171) What is the sociological difference between on “individual” and “person”? a. praising children for displaying positive behavior d. this “ulaw” mentality is part of their desire to attain – a. church. particularlism 165) Diplomas. socialization d. utang na loob 168) Man is part of the government. having children memorize the laws/rules b. educating or training him for his roles. What does this mean? a. the ___ have the greatest influences in behavior. particularism c. personalism d. there are special abilities are dependent on the environment b. Arabs d. training b. kaloy-an sa Ginoo. school or teachers d. threatened by guns. priests 173) Most governors. This is known as – a. there is no difference between an individual and person b. particularism d. euphemism b. then the school and society’s rules. Bohol b. dili gyud ko mangodigo. moral b. the Philippines was ordered by the United States c. getting drunk c. none of these 170) Upon birth. and we promote global solidarity b. supernaturalism b..” “Java Man. educational d.N. areas of land came to the surface and became “land bridges” c. Mindoro d. Masao Cave. 180) The relation between heredity and environment is an interaction. socialized c.” others also say. familism 167) Pedro studied hard and passed the Teacher’s Board Examination.” “Australopithecus. home or parents c. person cultured.

a connection between the problem and solution d.Page 10 of 104 c. B & C 186) Bruner’s Theory of Learning points out that if a learner is to use information effectively. teacher personality b. the teacher must allow the child to look at the meaning of words in the dictionary 187) The way a child talks. describing the characters and relates the story to the pupils’ experience c. the Field Theory implies the need for emphasis on looking at the total situation at the beginning. always involve trial-and-error b. teacher must either wait for readiness or accept the present level of readiness and be satisfied with a lower learning rate in introducing any new learning experience b. reinforcing every desirable behavior d. poor teaching techniques 184) Which of the following poorly explains stimulusresponse bond? a. understanding how students learn 194) A teacher who is unable to overcome role confusion or to postpone choices leading to identity formation but attempts to resolve conflict manifests. telling them to imitate the teacher 191) All of the following statements are principles that facilitate classroom learning except: a. Which of the examples below best explains the theory? a. the teacher must translate the meaning of terms into the vernacular c. . maturation is the process of bringing the various parts of an organism to full development a. This means that: a. Cognitive field theory 193) Which of the statements below best illustrates the role of teacher as facilitator o student learning? a. teacher must wait for the readiness of her students c. telling them the “do’s” of behavior c. the learner must practice role learning c. none of these 183) All of the following are examples of psychological barriers in learning except: a. the teacher introduces the study of Chemistry by examples in a detailed analysis of a given element b. it may produce undesirable emotional side effects b. conditioned stimulus c. teachers are said to reinforce the kind of behavior they want to see through praise. unconditioned stimulus 182) To Thorndike. operant conditioning b. This is according to the theory of: connectionism operant conditioning classical conditioning social learning Thorndike’ Law of Readiness claims that the: a. smiles. teacher must accept the present level of readiness and be satisfied with the lower learning rate in introducing any new learning experience d. it must be translated into his terms. the importance of environment is dependent upon heredity d. sometimes involves trial-and-error c. the teacher tells briefly the story is all about. a situation which influences or affects the learner b. classical conditioning c. 188) 181) After the sounding of the bell is paired off a number of times with the presentation of meal powder. the learner must be motivated to learn 192) In the classroom. reward and the like. the learner must clearly perceive his goal b. d. the psychology teacher discusses first the importance of psychology in daily living d. absence of skill motive in a learning situation c. the bell alone is observed to elicit salivation response known as the: a. a learner achieving a solution 185) Applied to the general classroom situation. teacher must understand he students’ level of readiness 189) Which of the following statement below is false about punishment? a. intervening with student’s choices and actions d. a response in which the learner makes the situation c. or uses gestures may have been learned from a model he had been exposed to. calling for the proper application of a teaching method to make learning experiences meaningful c. marks. emotional blocking d. in primary reading. punished behavior may continue to occur especially when the punisher is not present 190) The best way to shape the behavior of students is by: a. b. conditional response d. Lewin’s topological theory d. directing the action of the student b. This situations exemplifies: a. learner must be psychologically and physiologically ready d. in order to effective. the teacher must strive to see a problem as the learner sees it b. never involves trial-and-error d. learning is: a. the teacher must provide more information d. exposing pupils to desirable models b. unconditional response b. it must often be in severe form d. it may actually increase the strength of an undesirable behavior c. walks. c.

etc. This situation is an example of: a. inhibitory effect c. archeology 209) The sum total of knowledge. a conditioned stimulus eventually elicits a conditioned response. disinhibitory effect b. a. the lessons from most difficult to simplest to challenge the group d. accepting them as they are and explaining that psychological changes are temporary. However. self-fulfilling prophecy d. Making them aware of their strength and weaknesses for learning b. shared by people and passed from one generation to another. barangay b. This is according to the: a. lately. Learning Theory 198) Which of the following is false about the Cognitive Field Theory? a. Operant Conditioning Theory c. or adoption. modelling effect 202) Learners who have past histories of failures and frustrations are generally observed to manifest: a. A teacher who works on a sound principle of motivation is likely to present: a. providing them activities that will enable them to experience success c. Psychology and Home Economics may best help students accept or improve their appearance by: a. a student learns because he wants to prove that he is intelligent 200) All of the following are principles that facilitate classroom learning except: a. a fear to study d. a student learns because of the use of reward and punishment c. Classical Conditioning Theory b. children are capable of using symbols to stand for objects b. juvenile delinquency b. the learner must clearly perceive the goal b. Which of the following statement below is the best example of intrinsic motivation? a. Biology.Page 11 of 104 a. . society 207) The commission of criminal or anti-social acts by the youth. d. self-concept b. cultural anthropology b. children use a language that is egocentric c. sees learning as a stimulus-response interaction b. high achievement performance c. the learner must practice role playing c. centers on the life space as source of learning d. Because of this. Sociology c. she has been seen her mother shouting at and showing aggressive behavior toward her father. encouraging them to join rewarding activities d. low achievement motivation b. gambling d. with a common habitat and interacting according to well-defined roles to maintain and protect its members and perpetuates the society. citing examples of people with pleasant appearance c. 196) All of the following statements apply to Piaget’s preoperational. marriage. self-realization 205) A conscientious teacher can best help her students demonstrate learned helplessness by: a. stage of cognitive development except: a. family c. the lesson at random to generate creativity 204) Teacher should avoid labeling pupils negatively as they may live up to these images. negative identity psychological androgyny psychological moratorium identity crises 195) Teachers in Health. This tendency to manifest negative labels into actual behaviors is a concept of attitude formation called: a. physical anthropology d. products. his physical structure is known as … a. fear of school 203) A group of accelerated Grade V pupils is expected to learn more learning task in Science than does a group of regular Grade V pupils. children are capable of solving conservation problems 197) By repeatedly pairing an unconditioned stimulus an unconditioned response. beliefs. the learner must be psychologically and physiologically ready d. the overview of all learning tasks to arouse interest for the entire lesson. the learner must be motivated to learn 201) Jane has been punished and this has adopted her aggressive behavior towards her younger brother. a student wants to learn because his goal is to graduate with honors d. c. does not emphasize reinforcement 199) Bruner’s Theory on learning states that intrinsic motivation is better than extrinsic motivation. drug addiction 208) It is the study of man as a product of evolution. government d. Reinforcement Theory d. a. prostitution c. for example is usually due to physiological changes accompanying puberty and such changes are temporary b. b. b. the lesson from the simplest to them are complex c. she has started to manifest aggressive behavior toward her younger brother. reflected self-appraisal c. giving them books on how to accept self and appearance d. children are capable of decantation d. focuses on the cognitive structure of man as basis for learning c. creating activities for them that will make them feel important 206) A social unit of persons united by kinship. skills. explaining that acne. negative effect d. a student has a desire to learn a subject because it is worth knowing b.

Charles can be classified under what psychoanalytic stage of development? a. functionalism 222) “Emotion is the primitive matrix from which all later mental powers are developed.” a. It is the study of a real differentiation of the earth surface. This school of psychology is known as . Structuralism c. Sociology b. Structuralism c. judgment. law of readiness b. aesthetic leaning b. culture b. culture c. drives c. and skills aimed at the accomplishment of a given aesthetic end or a thing of beauty is known as…. reflective. culture d. arrangement. geography 215) As defined by the American College Dictionary. sublimation 224) It is the sum total of the traits and characteristics and patterns of adjustment of an individual that sets him apart or makes him different from other individuals. message b.” This theory is known as … a. genital . such as ideals. institutions. none of these 227) This is law of learning states that “practice reinforces learning. None of the above 213) It is the totality of human activities involving creativity. humanities 214) As defined by the American College Dictionary. emotion c. speech c. a. frequent application of the stimulus c.. a. Culture d. none of these 228) This refers to the inborn automatic responses to simple localized stimulation involving particular muscles and a part of the body is known as …. reflexes b. law of effect c. aptitudes 229) Charles’ mother noticed that her son is sometimes competing with his father for her attention. gestalt psychology d. This type of learning is known as … a. James-Lange Theory c. message b. a. a. customs. behaviorism b. functionalism 221) The conception of experience at any given moment is determined by the totality of its related phases. language 212) The sacred book of the Judaism. This law of learning is known as …. it is defined as the things of social life.. ridicule of scorn d. problem-solving learning c. a. Bible b. and interrelations over the world elements is known as. arts d. Quran c. all of the above 225) It is the process of overcoming difficulties that hinder the attainment of a goal by using knowledge and skills gained from associative leaning. images or ideas and feelings. arts d. a. law of readiness b. values b. emotion c. language 211)It is a form of language in which articulate sounds or words used to convey meanings is known as a. arts 216) The stimulus-response theory believes every stimulus creates a response where activities can be measured objectively. a. latency b. delusions b. a. law of exercise d. functionalism 220) It is another system or schools of psychology that mental processes are functions or operations of the organism in its adaptation to and modification of is environment. Canon-Dana Theory b. This is known as … a. gestalt psychology d. communication d. Structuralism c. motivation d. motivation d. behaviorism b. behaviorism b. a. Structuralism c. Thoughts and feelings are symbolized so as to convey meaning in different forms of communication is known as … a. Emergency or conflict theory 223) The following are methods of eradicating undesirable emotional behavior except one: a. geography b. urges d. psychomotor learning 226) When an organism is ready to act. affective learning d. Evolutionary Theory d. language b. map c. ingenuity. Anthropology c. Torah She Bi-Khetab &Tora She-Be al Peh d. behaviorism b. law of effect c. speech c. inaction is annoying. analytical and constructive thinking are very much needed. a. values d. archeology 210) This refers to the ability to communicate with others. Personality c. disuse b.Page 12 of 104 a. communication d. hysteria 218) This refers to the arousal and maintenance of interest. toward which the people of the group have affective regard and which are considered desirable is known as … a. gestalt psychology d. delusions b. gestalt psychology d. functionalism 217) It is a stirred up state or disorganized behavior caused by a situation which the individual cannot cope with is known as … a.. action is satisfying. hysteria 219) It is system or schools of psychology that claims that experience or mental states are made of sensations. law of exercise d. etc. as shown in the character. culture c. which constitute an integrated pattern or configuration.

the teachers who were mostly friars assumed all the authority in the schools and classrooms and the students had no right but to obey their teachers. which involves a skillful or dexterous management. maturation b. cepahlocaudal c. which is considered as the transition period form childhood to adulthood. oral 230) This pattern of development states that development follows an orderly pattern that is predictable. a. progressivism c. This is in accordance with the ____. Wallace c. babyhood 240) it refers to the nurture his parents and from around him. a. babyhood c. Law of Exercise b. Bandura c. Law of Effect d. a. a. behaviorist’s c. connectionists d. allowing him to do so would be satisfying while preventing him would be annoying. infancy 237) It is a process when the sperm cell penetrates the membranes of the egg cell and is considered as the beginning of life. shyness c. Freud b. infancy b. maturation d. heredity c. early childhood b. accommodation 238) A fetus. a. Skinner 232) The child’s concept of right and wrong is based on external criteria laid down by adults during the stage of pre-conventional morality. a. bi-ovular twin d. is called ___. a. but can also be utilized as a tool for learning. B. Law of Recency b. authoritarian c. emotion d. Law of Readiness 248) A type of motivation. a. behaviorism 247) This is the law of learning states that when an organism is prepared to respond to a stimulus. F. a. Piaget d. nutrition d. Q. pre-natal period c. desire c. phallic d. parental cares 241) The stage of development is known as the questioning age or exploratory age because the child is constantly asking so many questions. development c. intrinsic d. a. Law of Belongingness c. genius b. Piaget 233) During the pre-operational stage language skill emerges and the child now uses words to represent ideas. rivalry c. perseverance d. fraternal twin c. heredity that the child receives from interaction with the people c. Lewin d. which comes from a single fertilized egg cell. Law of Effect c. fertilization 236) It is the stage of development. a. a. manipulation b. Law of Readiness 251) During the Spanish period. late childhood b. connectionism b. play d. laissez-faire . extrinsic c. conventional b. a. a.Page 13 of 104 c. Dewey 234) An individual with an I. a. rivalry 250) Danica got the highest grade in Mathematics because she studied very well in the said subject. Siamese twin b. a. Freud d. a. proximodistal 231) Classical conditioning theory is always attributed to him for his experiment concerning the dog’s salivation as a reaction to the sound of the buzzer. This is based on the idea of ____. Law of Exercise d. late childhood 242) It refers to the natural impulse possessed by men and animals. curiosity d. materialistic b. a. play b. humility b. fertilization d. moron 235) It is the process by which an organism inherits the characteristic traits of the parents. Kohlberg b. competition 244) Learning is any change in the behavior of an organism. This best illustrates ____ approach to teaching. of 110 is considered ____. average d. This is the theory attributed to ____. rivalry 243) It is one of the characteristics of Filipino learners shown by the attitude of partial inhibition of social responses especially in the presence of strangers. early childhood d. adolescence c. an activity engaged in for the enjoyment and satisfaction. a. For this. Gestalt d. phylogenetic d. adulthood d. Pavlov b. above-average c. or control of actions. uniovular twin 239) The stage of development from the time of conception to the time of birth is known as _____. Danica will be all the more motivated to study not only Mathematics but also her other subjects. Erikson c. curiosity 246) Learning is an active and dynamic process in which the learner must definitely be involved in the teachinglearning activities. mind theories 245) it is the natural impulse of the child. competition c. is the basic tenet of ____. post-natal period d. environment b. which is based on reward and punishments. psychological 249) It is the process of equaling or excelling over the work of another. a. Gestaltists b. a. a. development b. emulation b. is the main educational idea of the ____.

culture c. a. a. c. a. a. extrinsic motivation 271) it is defined as the quest for truth based on logical reasoning aside form factual observation of the nature’s multifarious phenomena. events and others. Insight b. a. intelligence ratio 258) This natural born tendency of the child. competition c.Page 14 of 104 b. which is focused on the development of the attitude. a. curiosity d. interest and emotion as well as the intangible qualities of the child. curiosity d. dates. Conditioning d. with interests’ d. Law of Exercise d. affective c. which means pattern shape or configuration. girls mature at an earlier stage than boys c. a. there are no marked difference in their time of maturity 264) This law of learning states that the response which has been exercised and rewarded most recently is the one which is most likely to occur when the organism is in a given situation. Law of Multiple Response b. generalization c. progressivism 268) Learning is further strengthened when there are similarities in the topics or subject matters to be learned. with enthusiasm 256) A six-year-old child who has a mental age of 96 has an IQ of ____. vary in difficulty 255) When the learner is well motivated. This is a good example of _____. manipulative b. She studied so hard in order to graduate as valedictorian and get her prize. Law of Effect c. Law of Effect d. Law of Belongingness c. a. morality d. affective c. occur in the same time d. mind theory 262) This law of learning states that constant repetition of any learning task strengthens learning. 132 b. philosophy c. cognitive d. 120 c. teachers should bear in mind that: a. imitation b. resourcefulness b. if one wants to sharpen his memory. psychomotor 267) This is a term. intelligence 259) it is the process of arousing the individual’s attention and interest to wards a definite goal. a. having identical elements c. a. Socratic b. This is the main idea of ____. connectionism d. intrinsic motivation b. which constitutes an integral pattern of configuration. rivalry 266) The domain of learning. Trial and Error 253) Regarding the maturation of boys and girls. a. motivation d. are different b. Law of Readiness 269) This law of learning states that a given situation usually generates various reactions from the learners. morality d. Law of Effect d. Law of Effect c. motivation d. he performs his task ___. punishment c. gestalt d. rivalry 260) This domain of learning is geared towards the development of the child’s intellectual capacity. Law of Belongingness c. Law of Readiness b.S. cognitive d. manipulative b. a. which caters to the development of skills of the child. a. sociology 272) it is an ordinance of reason formulated for the common good by the one who has charge of the society. derived quotient b. intelligence quotient or IQ d. psychomotor 263) The ability of the individual to foresee things based on knowledge and experiences and to react in advance is known as ____. competition c. 133 257) The ratio obtained by dividing mental age by chronological age times 100 is called _____. a. cognitive d. law b. emotional intelligence quotient c. with arrogance b. objectives b. Hence. with indifference c. psychomotor 261) it is believed that education is a matter of training and discipline. gestalt b. democratic d. Law of Recency 254) Transfer of learning easily takes place if the activities involved ____. learning c. This school of thought adheres to the idea that the experiences at any given moment are determined by the totality of its related phases.P. emotion b. This shows the natural tendency of children known as: a. a. boys and girls mature at the same time d. a. affective c. philosophy b. a. 130 d. Law of Exercise 265) “Values are caught and not taught. Law of Readiness 252) It is the domain. which refers to the capacity to adjust his thinking to new requirements. he must memorize names. E.” This due to the fact that children learn from what they observe from adults. Law of Frequency d. identical element b. a. girls mature at a later stage than boys’ b. Law of Exercises b. a. culture . behaviorism c. Law of Recency 270) Zsa-zsa’s father promised to by her a laptop computer if she graduated as valedictorian.

Thales 284) It is something. acted upon and enhances the creative integration and development of human personality. Saint Matthew 287) it is an Oriental religion whose main philosophy is man’s harmony with “Mother Nature. etc. Karma b.Page 15 of 104 273) A teacher can best help a withdrawn child to assert himself and win the respect of his classmates by ____. Buddhism 288) It is the belief that man’s soul is imprisoned in his earthly body and can escape only from such bondage through an endless series of birth. Taoism c. always calling him to answer questions d. is to show the power of the human intellect’” was the basic doctrine of this educator for establishing a special kind of school for children. a weighty similitude that is used to convey instruction to ignorant and inattentive listeners. Lao Tzu b. Magna Carta c. Tagore 281) Life is full of conditions. Shintoism d. utilitarianism 286) Lord. passion. between brothers. Judaism 283) “Know thyself” was the dictum of this Greek thinker who was condemned to die by drinking hemlock. The proletarians have nothing to lose but their claims they have a world to win. ethics b. a. But he must take full responsibility for the consequences that his decision might bring. acting as a role model d. a. Brahmanism c. a. Saint Duke d. Concupiscence c. ethics b. As much. Judaism b. This practice is acceptable for them but . moral rationalism c. Buddhism d. Islam 276) It is the art and science that deals with the morality of human acts. Nirvana d. a. anything that brings suffering and pain is immoral. Islam b. a. Maria Montessori 291) These are bodily appetites or tendencies like love.” a. what do you call the Sacred of Text of Hinduism? a. giving him opportunity to show his talents b. Russian Constitution b. a. Nirvana 289) “Let the ruling classes tremble at a Communistic revolution. anger. a. man is always confronted with alternative wherein he must decide based on his prudence. Transmigration d. courage to change the things I can and wisdom to know the difference was the well known prayer of ____. a. hedonism 279) If the Christian has the Bible and the Islam has the Qur’an as Holy Scriptures. Christianity c. character 285) Hitler massacred millions of people during the holocaust due to the belief advocated by Friedrich Nietzsche that the society must produce strong people and kill the weak. a. morality d. pragmatism b. a. between friends and between rules and subjects. parable b. inflicting corporal punishment c. A method of teaching that was used by Jesus Christ. Socrates b. Plato d. grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change. essentialism c. moral evolutionism d. that modify human acts. Friedrich Herbart b. dialog d. Karma b. What is the name of this philosophical belief? a. grief. Analects 280) He postulated that both human heartedness and propriety should operate in a scheme of five human relationships like between father and son. Whereas. Saint Augustin c. values c. This is the maxim of ____. logic 277) it is a short story. proverb 278) This philosophical school of thought believes that the ultimate goal of human existence is the acquisition of pleasure. a. John Amos Camenius c. encouraging him to study harder to outwit his classmates 274) The best for a teacher to impart values to his pupils is ___. moral rationalism d. is to demonstrate concentration. dialectic c. Nazism b. utilitarianism c. freedom d. Veda c. An example is the story of the Prodigal son. Communist Manifesto d. axiology d. constant repetition of actions to make them routinely b. Hinduism d. Saint Francis b. joy. moral sensism b. aesthetics c. Workingmen of all countries unite!” were the concluding statements of the ____. violence 292) Eating “sili” and other spicy food is the trademark of the Bicolonos. Confucius d. Everything that brings pleasure and delights is moral. Das Kapital 290) “To repeat is to acquire understanding. Aristotle c. a. providing him leadership roles c. Confucianism b. a. Veda c. a. Buddha c. between husband and wife. which is chosen from alternatives. a. a. ignorance b. existentialism d. utilitarianism 282) The name of this Oriental religion means submission to God. always scolding his pupils 275) “All mortal existence is characterized by suffering” is the basic premise of this Oriental philosophy. John Dewey d.

The essential of liberal education are history. b. Naturalist c. hierarchical d. Primitive education is relatively simple. 303) The ways in which primitive children learn were by observation of activities in which they would later be participants and by simple telling and demonstration on how things were done. Education is the sole business of the teacher. d. 299) What statement is NOT TRUE in so far as the contributions of Friedrich W. He formulated the principle of social participation. Egyptians c. logic and languages as intellectual subjects. Liberal education stresses moral discipline. Babylonians d. Realist education c. c. subjective 293) The passage “The Lord is my shepherd. is _____. a. Psalms 294) The formation of the alphabet for the Western World was the achievement of the ____. Realism in education 297) What statement is INCONSISTENT with what are advocated by progressive educators? a. a. Educational aims are not fixed and final.not theory but application. Realists 305) Most authorities agree that modern times began with the movement known as the Renaissance. b.Page 16 of 104 may not be as welcome to the other ethnic groups. writing and arithmetic as tool subjects. speaking. The distinct outgrowth of the Renaissance was: a. Naturalist education d. Froebel to education are concerned? a. b. venture school d. Chantry schools b. He is propounded the principle of self-activity. He formulated the doctrine of apperception. rhetoric. 301) What statement is NOT TRUE with reference to Realism in education? a. What is hard or difficult has special disciplinary value. this difference will be noted. c. d. Talmud d. d. a. I shall not want. grammar. Proverbs b. Classical Latin literature is the basis of liberal education. The cosmos that confronts the learner is continually undergoing change b. 304) Roman education emphasized the practical way of doing things aim of roman education was utilitarian . moral philosophy and eloquence. Essentialism stresses reading. d. Reformation c. scholasticism c. c. In the educational process the pupil or learner is a passive agent. Naturalism in education b. the critical examination of ideas should continue through: a. 302) What statement is unacceptable to proponents and followers of humanism in education? a. Pragmatists b. Education is development from within. Renaissance d. Primitive education is relatively complex. Humanistic education 306) Individual teachers need to begin their professional life by soul searching and knowing more about them. a. 300) What statement is NOT TRUE when it comes to the contribution of John Friedrich Herbart to education? a. The most important aspect of the professional life of a teacher therefore is a critical examination of ideas related to his life and work. d. 298) What statement is FALSE with respect to essentialism as a philosophy of education? a. c. Primitive education evolves in a purely natural ways. Phoenicians b. Romans 295) The great educational achievement of the medieval period. Primitive education evolves in a military ways. teacher’s professional career b. modern education and modern theories of education can be said to have began with this movement. the University 296) Support of the State government for the maintenance of schools was one o the notable effects of the ____. bipolar c. Progressivists d.” is taken from _____. a. The basic reality is to be found in the forces and laws of nature. The chief business of education is to cultivate the intellectual virtues of man. teacher’s changing philosophical orientation c. Education is the constant reconstruction of experience. c. All knowledge is acquired through experience. What kind of people were the Romans? a. He formulated the doctrine of interest. objective b. teacher’s philosophy in life 307) The teacher’s total philosophy of life can’t be separated from his philosophy of education or his . This only shows that value is _____. b. Pragmatic education b. Languages are used as tool subjects and a pansophic curriculum is the means to new social order. c. When primitive education is contrasted with civilized education. Essentialism is in accord with the basic philosophy of child-centered education as favored by progressives. and since education is always a reflection of the times. a. d. c. teacher’s value orientation d. b. Sense perception is the fundamental means to learning. d. Education should be devoted to the thorough study of a few subjects selected for their universal and basic importance. b. Educational concerns are focused on the supernatural world of eternity. not learning but practice. Veda c. Education is development from within. which created an academic world.

teachers. Education secures to the individual the external conditions of good life. a. education 319) When planning the program for learning what is important for the teacher to know? a. learning process. spiritual development d. morals. This value is referred to as: a. psychomotor development c. learners d. ningas cogon c. connectionism theory b. dualistic and organic view b. art. c. appreciation of ideas b. mentally and emotionally c. individual differences d. learning process. epistemological and axiological view c. In the developmental theory. knowledge and value lie in the realm of: a. development of personal habits and attitudes through informal activities most of all it should emphasize: a. religious instruction c. teachers. military discipline 310) There are three components of the educative processes. the child’s or learner’s background b. metaphysical. movistic. realistic. yet he has a strong desire for security. animism b. During this time boys and girls need very urgently. law. He wants to feel secure in the affection and regard of his peers and of adults. none of these 313) The problem of meeting adequately all the needs of a learner in education becomes the task of the teacher. Education transmits the vital elements of culture to the succeeding generation. how they affect teaching and learning. family differences b. philosophical. sickness and bad luck? This attitude enables one to accept resignation and tolerance to pain and frustrations. teachers. the teacher has to be aware of the nature and extent of the school learner’s differences. new problems arises and additional needs and wants appear. spiritual adjustment 315) According to this theory. culture c. friends. That is. non-rationalism d. For this task to be effectively accomplished. law of effect d. human activities are based on association between stimuli and responses. This is referred to as: a. utang na loob 318) It is something that grows and changes with the passage of time.Page 17 of 104 learning theory. d. This attitude that still persists is called ____. belief. These terms refers to: a. conditioning theory 316) Which of these attitudes helps the individual to endure suffering. none of these 312) What development is described in this view of Piaget? “Development involves two processes: assimilation in which an individual acquires information or knowledge accommodation where an individual creates a new scheme after his interaction with the environment. physically and socially spiritually and physically b. a. and his methods of teaching. law of readiness c. manana habit d. for views of reality. euphemism 317) This attitude denotes a sense of gratitude. This means: a. learners. the individual’s participation grows increasingly. everyone in some way has done something for someone who therefore owes him in return. customs. From his early infancy. the learner’s problems and needs . none of these 311)The adolescent wants independence. experience d. It is a complicated system of mutual obligation. community differences c. parents. social relationship d. emotional adjustment d. parents b. sociological anthropological view d. learning situation c. It is complex whole. this refers to: a. and/or capabilities and habits acquired by man as a member of society. b. 309) The curriculum of kindergarten schools emphasizes physical and mental growth. emotionally and socially d. fiesta syndrome b. Education is a continuous process. learning b. Education preserves and spreads spiritual values. This theory has bee called S – R bond. poverty. physical adjustment b. These are the: a. classmates. social adjustment c.” a. naturalist and humanistic view 308) Education seeks the self-realization of the individual through participation in the social of his family and society. sex differences 314) As the individual emerges form the sheltered life within the home toward an expanded social and physical environment. This value system comprises a work of behavior with different degrees connotation. Everybody owes a debt of gratitude to someone. a. he wants to be secured ____. which includes knowledge. which have been the concern of both psychologists and teachers. fatalism c. cognitive development affective development b.

a. the project method c. the desire to belong to the group c. d. a. and the end goal of the learning process. A and B. a. sociologists d. the child is the beginning. b. purposeful activity d. philosophical inclination 326) Who was the educational theorist who propounded the idea that “all children are born good but society makes them bad”? a. Reformation c. intrinsic motivation b. The person understands what he is talking about. psychological trend d. intellectualization d. empiricism c. d. mental discipline . realistic philosophy c. b. an eclectic tendency c. by consensus c. The child should be accepted for what he is: his personality should be respected. all of these 324) The idea that education is primarily a method of helping the individuals adjust to his environment stems from the ____. natural environment d. rational psychology b. none of these 331) What propagation devices are used by a person who presents only one side of an issue especially the side favorable to what he supports of represents? a. All the above. Humanism b. Personality is a function of the expectations of social situations. sociological influence b. Personality is a function of social situations. Personality is a function of the self. elementary education to the ___. the group and culture b. b. philosophical influence c. John Locke c. scientific foundations of education d. all of these 322) Human social life is the product of ____. all of the above 334) What are the acquired human needs that are a. meaning no two children are alike because every child has characteristics distinctly his own. psychological foundations of education b. a. abstraction 329) We owe our idea of universal. a. sociological foundations of education b. none of the above 327) What does a sense-realist or a pragmatist mean when he says that a person “talks sense”? a. The person talks about something important or significant. biological heredity c. through independent or common pupil and faculty activity b. 328) According to Herbartian psychology the chief characteristic of the mind is its power of___. assimilation c. c. a. a. conceptualization 336) The personality of education based on knowledge of the activities and development of the human mind are indicators of the influence of ___. the center. card stacking c. by building good morale d. none of the above 337) In the transfer of learning. philosophical foundations of education c. bandwagon b. Jean Jacques Rousseau b. 325) The contemporary educational view fundamentally manifests ____. The child is a unique individual. sociological bias b. All of the above 321) Which of the following groups of individual look upon education as changed behavior? a.Page 18 of 104 c. c. Thomas Habbes d. d. all of the above 320) Which of the following statements is consistent with the basic principles guiding pupil learning? a. a. idealism d. all the above 335) What is personality a function of? a. naturalistic movement d. psychological bias 333) How group integration in a school system be sustained? a. none of these 323) Kilpatrickian (referring to William Kilpatrick) is essentially associated with ___. desire to enjoy good standing in the group e. name calling 332) The tendency to regard learning as a set of processes by which an organism is modified by the responses it makes to stimuli is indicative of ___. scientific influence d. scholasticism b. the learner’s abilities and interest d. build largely around the ego? b. a. Scholasticism 330) The educational theory upholding the idea that sensory experience is the only source of knowledge is associated with ___. Renaissance d. this theory asserts that the skill or training gained in the study of one subject will improve the performance of the same skill in the study of another subject. The person talks about those that are perceived by the senses not only by the person who experience them but also by others who can verify them. desire to be accepted and loved by the group d. physiologists b. This theory is known as …. c. glittering generally d. anthropologist’s c. a.

sometimes involves trial and error c. esteem. two sperm cells entering one egg b. fetus d. at the age of one year c. James-Lange theory d. a tendency to react to others according to our motivation b. theory of identical elements d. learning sports d. It is also the need for social approval.Page 19 of 104 b. a. mentally. Evolutionary theory 342) It is the study of human behavior. maturation c. independent learning d. psychoanalytic theory 340) This refers to social drives that are acquired. growth involves growing older. self-actualization drives d. culture orientation 347) The teacher can develop self-concept among her pupils by – a. physically. consciously or unconsciously. adoption of values of older persons d. age 349) A child who is friendly. at the time of conception d. stimulus-response theory b. psychological drives c. always involves trial and error b. assigning to others negative traits we ourselves possess 356) Learning in accordance with the view of Thorndike – a. all the period of infancy 354) Identical twins caused by – a. physiologically. an infant b. Cannon-Dana theory b. motor intelligence d. mechanical intelligence b. one sperm fertilizing two eggs d. conditioning theory 339) According to this theory. learned. plateau of learning c. affective arousal theory d. hereditary capabilities c. needs of friends 353) Biological inheritance begins – a. the stimulus to activity does not come from within the individual but from outside. adjustment b. a. neonate c. biological and physiological drives b. never involves trial and error . need for love c. an eagerness to discuss personal problems c. all of the above 341) “Emotion is the primitive matrix from which all later mental powers are developed. motivation and experience 352) Which of the following is not a psychological need? a. abstract intelligence 350) A new-born baby is know as – a. the head contains a lot of fluids b. all of the above 348) What is the most basic factor to be considered in determining a child’s readiness to learn? a. power and the like. belongingness. theory of configuration 338) It is a theory of learning that a series of responses are connected until the correct response is achieved. a. two sperm cells fertilizing two eggs c. Anthropology c. theory of generalization c. experience b. a fertilized egg separate into two 355) Projection is best defined as – a. expressing confidence on the child’s capability d. culture shock d. of how a person acts and reacts under different situations. trial and error theory d. Sociology 343) Which of the following is true about human growth and development? a. learning process 346) The feeling of uneasiness or dislike against new culture is known as – a. cordial and easy to work with is showing – a. security. Philosophy b. learning curve b. human life has not fully developed 345) The period when rapid learning takes place is known as – a. or derived. prestige. the head is the most important part of the body d. while development is an increase in height and weight at all times c. cognitive field theory c. Psychology d. safety.” This theory is known as … a. keeping quite about the child’s weakness c. Emergency or conflict theory c. love. a. none of the above 344) The unborn fetus appear to be like “monsters” with abnormally large heads because – a. at the birth of the child b. enculturation c. overtly or covertly. letting the child know how bad he was b. need-drive-incentive theory b. growth is the process of ripening while development is the result of training d. methods of instruction d. need for belongingness b. growth involves physical changes while development refers to maturation b. a preemie 351) Readiness in the child involves not only maturation but also – a. social intelligence c. cue-stimulus theory c. the pattern of development follows cephalocaudal trend c. need for food d. acculturation b.

consist(s) of instincts? a. none of the above 357) The method of teaching which aims to correct errors in the past is – a. imaging the steps necessary to complete an algebraic equation 365) Which according to Jocano is strength of the Filipino people? a. verbal. sensorimotor 362) In what developmental stage is growth is most rapid? a. collaboration b. observe continuing professional education c. relating to people d. logical. He teaches when he feels like teaching and not when he does not feel like teaching. emotional intelligence b. middle childhood b.Page 20 of 104 d. one can say that Elpidio is suffering from – . study of the life of Filipino heroes b. Melgo teaches in a remote multigrade class. What two groups are present in an experimental design? c. hard up in writing and spelling b. development b. doing mentally what was just physically done c. classifying objects into different sets d. ego & superego b. a daring attitude combined with “pagmalasakit” d. deciding to follow one path only 377) If you want a child to eliminate an undesirable behavior. and superego. ego. use of interactive teaching strategies 369) What functions are associated with the left-brain? a. sense of historical or national identity d. Questioner c. a “segurista” attitude c. effect 378) Elpidio. exercise b. go on a field trip then write a response d. infancy 371) Which of the 3 – id. a daring attitude b. hyperactive 372) Which attitude does a Boy Scout who says “Bahala Na” and dives into a pool to save a drowning boy exemplify? a. Parents a pursuing in to follow a specific path b. sense of humor c. sings the National Anthem will all his heart d. reward. an elementary pupil. intuitive b. competition c. facilitator of learning b. c. visual. id 363) What characteristics of a dyslexic child? a. sense of commitment to nationalistic ideas 366) Who among the following is genuinely nationalistic? The citizen who – a. out of focus d. corrective 358) With cooperative learning is mind. read WAS for SAW or D for P or B. detail-oriented d. verbal. deciding to follow one path only 368) Each teacher is said to be a trustee of the cultural and educational heritage of the nation and is under obligation to transmit such heritage to learners. in which development stage can the child do symbolic thinking and go beyond the connection of sensory information and physical action? a. what could happen if there were no control groups? b. relating to people d. watch a movie then write a response 360) With the explosion of knowledge. verbal. attention-getter c. salutes the flag as it is raised during the flag ceremony 367) Which one may help an adolescent discover his identity? a. Judge the validity of the experimental design d. This is in accordance with Thorndike’s law of – a. Which practice makes him fulfill such obligation? a. exploring many different roles in healthy manner c. punish him. formal operational b. detail-oriented 370) According to Piaget’s theory. synergy 359) Which is more of a spatial task for a learner? a. pre-operational c. sense of national pride b. punishment d. concrete operational d. early childhood d. adolescence c. Distinguished between control and experimental groups/ c. read a book then write a response b. ego c. reasoning applied to specific example b. an “I don’t care” attitude 364) In Piaget’s concrete operational stage. independent study c. remedial c. which image of teacher is unacceptable? a. examine a statistical chart then write a response c. intuitive c. diagnostic d. teamwork d. His principal and supervisors seldom visit him. uses his skills and capital to generate jobs in the countryside 373) Dr. works overseas for the education of his children b. superego d. which does NOT belong to group? a. verbal. intuitive. omniscient teacher d. “guide on the side” 361) Which question is in the highest level of Bloom’s Taxonomy of objectives in the cognitive domain? a. From his reading behavior. what is it that children CAN NOT do? a. use of the latest instructional technology d. What trait of a good teacher does he lack? a. logical.

testing hypothesis b. dysgraphia b. babyhood is the true foundation of age ii. through time and practices. babyhood is the beginning of sex-role 380) a. Law of exercise . processing. learning is building new structures upon these previously learned d. Ben wanting to participate in class for more popularity c. a child is capable of all the following task. the teacher’s verbal communication has not be interpreted correctly by the pupils c. Based on Kohlberg’s theory of development. dysphasia d. post-conventional d. we are making use of – a. However. learning includes how pleasurable or how painful consequences of behavior change individuals behavior overtime e. 381) Which of the following are implications of growth and development principles in education? i. epithets e. babyhood is an age of decreasing dependency iv. an adolescent became ill after being exposed to influenza d. the teacher’s verbal and non-verbal messages are contradictory d. stereotypes d. babyhood is the beginning of socialization v. non-social b. culture shock c. iii Which of the following is an example of learning? a. conventional Dr. ii b. ii. seeking approval and avoiding punishment e. the teacher should endeavor to know her capacity and her home environment ii. recalling a name b. storing and receiving perceptual information c. I. seeking pleasure 387) Which of the following is a definition of learning from a behavioral perspective? a. resolving critical and conflicting psychosocial issues c. I. prejudice b. learning is change of behavior in the individual 388) Which of the following is an example of metacognitive skills? a. an infant cries when he is hungry b. dyspraxia Elpidio helps his classmates carry heavy books if their teacher sees him and so praises Elpidio. teachers should respect differences among children and youth iii. in which level of moral development is Elpidio? a. ii. she began becoming very good at it. Which conditioning theory best describes such progress? a. Gina having stomach ache before the Geometry class b. exhibiting socially acceptable behavior d. the impact of the non-verbal and verbal messages of the teacher is the same b. Melgo banged the door when he entered the classroom while the pupils waited nervously to greet him. Law of recency d. transitivity e. class inclusion d. Roel searching in the library for an assignment Aimee was not playing originally good at playing the piano when she first learned it in third grade. non-conventional c. the predictability of the patterns of development should guide curriculum makers and teachers in the sequencing and choice of learning materials e. flaunters d. eikucentrism 391) Which of this chronology characterizes the period of babyhood? i. the pupil’s perceptions of the teacher’s nonverbal behavior did not change e. Law of repetition b. a girl playing “bahay-bahayan” What is the strongest implication of the theory of classical conditioning theory of Pavlov? a. He was tense and harsh the pupils.. I. defiant 390) When we say that Ilocanos are thrifty and industrious. Which can be best explained the situation? a. pre-conventional b. learning is taking in. reading a poem aloud e. Cliff trying to earn good grades by studying d. iii d. Later. he tried to encourage t hem to participate but the children remained quite in their seats. interacting with those whose moral reasoning is at higher level b.Page 21 of 104 a. moves c. dyslexia 379) c. iii 382) 383) 384) c. babyhood is an age of rapid growth and change iii. the Tagalogs are progressive and proud. decantation 386) According to Kohlberg’s theory of moral development individual progress from stage to stage by: a. the Bicolanos are friendly. deviants e. listening skill c. learning is an observable process that individuals used to learn and to remember information b. Law of identical 385) At the end of Piaget’s concrete operational state. except: a. a student wears here “lucky” skirt during a test c. resolving conflicts c. planning and effective study strategy d. Law of practice c. baking a cake 389) The forms of behavior that violate the norms are called – a.

i. emotional expression iii. iv. babbling v. human needs theory b. high socio-economic status e. presence of nutritious food A factor that may contribute to higher incidence of child abuse in the Philippines is common acceptance of : a. male are more aggressive e. i. Dunn 401) The proponent of the psychosexual theory is: a. all of the above-statements are correct 398) A 9-year old girl is brought to the school physician’s office for a physical check up. knowledge should be based on an established research about genderrelated differences. i. Eirckson c. Eirckson c. excessive television watching e. the school is assessing: a. a. iii. psychosexual theory c. young children engage in cooperative play. and iv Which of the following factors is probably the MOST crucial to successful child rearing? a. presence of other siblings c. namely: i. Piaget d. Maslow e. iii. Piaget d. ii. ii. i. i. I. during this state the child does not play more with other children. as a general rule. Which of the following . Freud b. yelling a. male have better visual-spatial skills c. iii and iv 394) 395) 396) 397) d. Freud b. psychosocial theory e. iv and v statements about gender-related differences is correct? a. can not focus on or scan a line of print e. ii. motor development c. i. iv and v e. but also talks more with them ii. iii. play in which the yare part of the group and interact with group members iv.Page 22 of 104 typing a. Dunn 403) The theorist who believes that each stage of development has a personality crisis involving a major conflict that is critical at the time. ii. can not see small objects or letter b. play in which young children play independently beside other children rather than with them. as a social contacts increases. iv and v 393) Which chronological development below characterizes the nature of socialization during the early childhood? i. do not have binocular vision c. male excel in mathematical skills d. Iv and v c. gesturing ii. children find social contacts with members of the opposite sex more pleasurable than those with members of the same sex iii. Freud b. mastery of language c. size of the family e. inadequate parental attention b. females have greater verbal ability b. Iii. Eirckson c. economic status of the family d. mental illness c. iii. Piaget d. Iii. Maslow e. She has no history of significant problems. Eirckson c. and iv b. ii. iv and v c. and iii e. iii and iv b. presence of educational toys at home b.ii. inappropriate peer influence d. is: a. are far-sighted In teaching gender issues. social development e. at this age children engage in parallel play. Maslow e. dual-career families Some preschoolers have difficulty to read at the early stage of schooling because they: a. and v There are found chronological forms normally appearing in the development pattern of earning to talk. ii. Freud b. ii. The school nurse should explain that this behavior is a sign of:\ a. i. adult’s emotional and verbal responsiveness d. Maslow e. ii. iii and iv c. iii. and v e. Maslow e. Dunn 404) The theorist who view that the development of the mind as occurring thru adaptation to the environment via assimilation and accommodation: a. Piaget d. neurological development d. cognitive theory d. Dunn 402) The psycho-social theory was of : a. When the school nurse ask the child and mother about the child’s best friend. spanking and other physical punishment\ b. Dunn 405) Piaget is famous for this: a. too much confidence 400) The theory of human needs was authored by: a. iv and v 392) d. ii. and iv b. Piaget d. ii. emotional development 399) The mother tells the school nurse that the child is continually telling jokes and riddles to the point of driving the other family members crazy. Eirckson c. iii. during the preschool years. crying iv. i. language development b. are near sighted d. Freud b. physical growth theory d. i.

have no influence on the offspring at all d. attitude b Goal d. a. utang na loog 412) A special liking or inclination for a particular type of undertaking. irritants b. Boyet wants to take a college degree. tolerance d. Aglipay b Jose Bucaneg. are transmissible to his offspring b. which is not a hindrance for progressive learning? a Hiya c. set up norms of conduct for the members of the gang 409) a b c d Which statement is NOT needed to attain learner’s interest in learning activities? the activity must lead to practical end the activity must be within the ability of learner the activity must fill a need recognized by learner the learner must have the experience that furnish the background for the activity the the the will 410) What is the reaction of the shop teacher upon seeing the tools scattered? a that’s very kind of you b leave your tools alone c it’s all right. reappear in his future grandchildren c. Ted Buhain. Pope John Paul Ii honors the youth. and Teodoro Bacani d Jaime Cardinal Sin. gives classrooms activities to give directions to out-of-school youth activities c. you may go d return your tools to the property clerk 411) Of the following Filipino traits. Maria talks with Sofia and his family to prepare them to her demises. fair play c. Paris. Jose C.Page 23 of 104 406) The hereditary traits acquired by a person in his lifetime.” For what reason? a placing value on human life and the dignification of man b traveling extensively c initiating the celebration of the World Youth Day d waving and blessing the people at all times 421) The mutual respect and cooperation between the church and the government. In the summer of 1997. none of these 413) Boyet’s family is very poor. Pablo San Paolo and Juan C. contained in a document signed on March. Ricardo Cardinal Vidal and Jose Cardinal Sanchez 419) Pope John Paul II’s favorite expression is “Totus Tuus. He was also considered as “Man of the Century. provide the gang all the freedom it needs b. Manalo. France b Beijing. Maria believes in what principle? a death is inevitable. he has no means but to join a neighborhood notorious gang. a The Social Pact b The Mutual Friends c Church and Government Together Pact d The Pact for Mutual Respect 422) Through the World Youth Day. become recessive traits 407) What do students develop when they are given a chance to settle differences of opinion? a. 1993. It must be recognized b always do what is light c double effect principle d the means fails to justify the end 416) The Republic of the Philippines is – a is a small island b consist of 7. His father is the sole provider for the seven children. What moral principle is observed? a double standard of living b the Golden rule c do what’s right always d the means fails to justify the end 415) Maria works for a volunteer group that caters to the needs of dying individuals like Sofia. supervise gang activities d. China d. where the 11th World Youth Day held? a South Africa c.100 island and 72 million people c anew Republic d a very rich country 417) The Pope official residence in the Philippines. Sin.” which means _____ in Latin. Hu Chi Ming . a Interest c. a We’ll be with you b Man is valuable c God loves you d All I am is for the service of the Lord 420) Time magazine has featured Pope John Paul Ii as “Man of the Year” a few years ago. He is following which life principle? a Do what is right always b The means fails to justify the end c Double standard effect d The Golden Rule 414) A mother who is an OFW (Overseas Filipino Worker) regularly sends money to her family here. a Malacanang Palace b The Manila Hotel c The Apostolic Nunciature d The Convent of the Manila Cathedral 418) Who were the three Catholic princes of the Church promoted by Pope John Paul II to Cardinal positions? a Jaime Sin. and Pedro C. compadre system b Sensibility d. sociability 408) What action must schools do against teenagers “gang age?” a. Her children are enrolled in an exclusive and almost always hold parties. Julio c Jaime C. However.

j. “people don’t support you because they like you. which one of the following is NOT effective? a regard punishment to produce positive b results c reinforce good behavior with a reward d disapprove negative behavior out rightly e ignore whatever behavior is shown 438) The City of Manila is used to be the center for business and education. Sigmund Freud 428) He popularized the Connectionism and Trial and Error theories of learning.” Who was he? a Lyndon Johnson c. What mental process does the teacher develop in the practice? a thinking reflectively c. a Father Teodoro Bacani b Father Bonifacio Barroflo c Daniel Battle d Pope John Paul II 425) A former Portuguese colony. Richard Walter b Jean Piaget d. award 441) Researches established that complete coordination of motor activities is attained at – a pre-natal stage c. Poster Helgard b Edward Tolman d. a Collusion c. rote associations b logical sequence d. Leonard Mconahon b Albert Bandura d. John Kennedy b Richard Nixon d. Elpidio A. compensation b Reward d. What is the famous seal of Manila? a Combat c. It allows each member of the group to respond to the task at hand the way he/she thinks.Page 24 of 104 423) Her composition “Tell the World of His Love” became the official theme of the 1995 world Youth Day. and Julian.” “nice work” and a pat on the shoulder support what motivational principle being used? a positive motivation brings better results b negative motivation produces negative results c goals should be set d appropriate behavior is wholesome 434) Reciting the alphabet and number sequence especially in preschool. identical triplet in separate classes. a Jamie Rivera c. Achilles heel b electra complex d. Who was he? a Wolfgang Kohler c. adolescence state . he was able to theorize that insight learning is possible where the organism could reconstruct his perceptual pattern into a new one. a S. Melgo separates Julie. To restore its glorious past grandeur much effort is now channeled to develop it. social tolerance b social interaction d. Tolonsky c. a Ivan Petrovich Pavlov c. How can this period be reduced? a through motivation called extrinsic b approaches c through drill d through the use of varied learning experiences e through negligence 440) It is extended to make up for the harm done to someone. Petrovich Gang 430) What should be the proper position of the Philippine flag when displayed vertically against a wall. which was annexed by Indonesia in 1976. a East Timor c. The issue is considered still open or controversial. social respect 433) Pep actions and expressions like “you are doing well. Underwood d Froebel 429) Using chimpanzee as the study specimen. when a daughter becomes too attached to her father and consider her mother a rival – a oedipal complex c. You can count on a person’s support if you can do something for him or to him. Julio. Bill Clinton 432) Group work facilitates learning. Thorndike b William Craig c B. Australia 426) The Russian physicist whose experiment showed that certain stimuli elicited reflex action like salivation of a dog in anticipation of feeding. What is practiced here? a respect for others c. a the red is the right side b the blue is at the left side c the red is down d the blue is up 431) He was the American President who said. Abraham Maslow 427) The Swiss psychologist who gave the importance of early cognitive development through four periods in child growth and development. even done without much understanding develops remembering later. What principles of learning does he practice? a each child is unique and is given a chance to develop his identity b each child must not depend on each other c each child must be competitive d let the triplet progress as they please 436) Described by Sigmund Freud. Tricia Bellamede 424) His book “Crossing the Threshold of Hope” became a bestseller. persecution complex 437) To effect change. Dr. the flag b Merlios d. Regine Velasquez b Carol Banawa d. analysis skill 435) As a progressive principal. Bayan-Hinirang 439) Plateau of learning is the period when very little learning takes place in the child. Sri Lanka b Papua New Guinea d. a Edward C.

the teacher shows posters of animals iv. infancy 442) Children consider parents and teachers as authorities and models at the early childhood stage. II and III only b. self-concept 453) If a resilient child with superior intelligence is reared in a poor environment the probable outcome would be – a mental retardation since he is culturally deprived b great change in IQ because he is culturally deprived c no change in IQ because environmental deprivation has nothing to do with intelligence d slight change in IQ although he can overcome frustration and obstacles 454) In a classroom it is possible to see the teacher doing the following to facilitate learning. I and II only d. psychological needs 449) Which of the following will trigger additional development if a child is exposed to more challenges and stimuli in his surroundings? a Potentials c. It was found out that he did not eat her lunch. safety needs b somatotonic d. interests 450) Social stratification is greatly developed in the classroom. and D) social activities. a obedience to the teacher b special interest c peer influence d moral compulsion 448) A student collapsed in her Social Studies class. the class copies the characteristics of animals from books Which of these teacher’s activities reflects an interactive environment? a.Page 25 of 104 b childhood stage d. III only . C) cognitive activities. cultural background d. characteristics of animals iii. emotional development b Intelligence d. Which combination of abilities is maintained or enhanced? a A-B-C c. adult stage 446) Which of the following statements is TRUE regarding the level of mental maturity necessary for a learner to profit from opportunities? a it can be determined by readiness test b it may be reached at the age of seven c it varies from task d it can approximately be reached at the age of five 447) If children are cooperatively engaged with the teacher in a group project the children will discipline themselves as each member of the group exercises. Which of these activities would be an effective way of avoiding or minimizing this? a avail the influence of mass media for children of all classes b assign leadership roles to the children of the upper social class c provide limited experience to children of less privileged classes d encourage higher educational aspirations among the less privileged pupils 451) Which of these statements best explains why an athletic coach training college students for an intercollegiate tournament in weightlifting would do well to select his prospective contestants from the high school group? a muscular strength continues to grow reaching its peak at age 20 b muscular strength reaches its peak at age 17 and stabilizes at age 20 c muscular strength depends upon the proportion of muscles and fat which stabilizes after the age 20 d muscular strength reaches full maturation after the age 20 452) Which of the following most important factor classroom behavior? a Intelligence b Heredity is usually considered the in a child’s observable c. i. B and C 444) It was revealed in Terman’s studies of superior children that moral and personal trait superiority is significantly marked. the class goes out to the zoo observe the animals v. A and C b A-B-C-D d. I and IV only c. Which of these is the appropriate activity of teacher? a expose this group to moral and personal experiences b distribute the activities of this group equally between moral and personal c limit the experiences of this group to personal growth d provide this group with more experiences in school other than moral and personal 445) This is the stage when the learner becomes confused and starts to experience identity crisis. What principle is shown in this situation? a physiological need c. What does this statement imply? a parents should enforce strict discipline at home at teachers in school b teachers and parents should serve as role models at all times c teachers should demand complete obedience from the learners in school d parent-teacher conference should always be an activity in school 443) The levels and type of abilities in adolescence will be maintained or enhanced in adulthood depending on such factors as: A) education. adolescence b late childhood d. Which of these stages is it? a early childhood c. the class reads a workbook on the ii. B) experiences.

there is unity in all learning. When he does this. One is affective learning that involves – a understanding of the external world through the use of the senses b formation of concepts and ideas c acquisition of attitudes. providing learners opportunities to apply theories and principles 456) Which of these teaching is PRIMARILY directed to support the psychological developmentalist view of making the child the center of the educational process through the applications of its laws of learning? a. development of the child from within b. Which of these is TRUE? a there are marked differences between the performance of non-delinquent and delinquent children. Which of these techniques should a teacher apply to accommodate learning? a utilize concrete objects to clarify concept b make use of individualize instruction c explain the lesson very well d provide variety of educational toys 463) Psychologically. ideals. b Non-delinquent children are somewhat brighter than delinquent children c There are no significant differences between the performance of delinquent and nondelinquent children d Delinquent children are slightly brighter than non-delinquent children but not significant 466) Identical twins are more alike than fraternal twins. facilitators of learning b counselors d. cognitive-field b Vector d. systematic formulation of methods c. there are distinct types of learning that are recognized. which are used in preserving and building certain traditions within cultural communities? a indigenous learning b cultural learning c multi-level learning d non-formal learning 465) Studies revealed some findings relative to the mental abilities of delinquent and non-delinquent children. universal norms 458) Which of these theories holds that human activity is based on the interaction of stimuli and responses? a Association c. social learning 459) Manual-aesthetic activities involving attitudes and feelings are primarily expressive of emotions and values not thoughts. however. disciplinarians 462) The child can not distinguish abstracts during the sensory-motor period of development. judgment and values d acquisition of facts and information 464) Which of these systems of learning includes ways and methods. social unrest b stereotyped behavior d. Which of the following statements/principles is supported by this? a heredity has a part in determining intelligence b intelligence is determined partly by pre-natal nutrition c environment affects both fraternal and identical twins d intelligence hinges in physical structure 467) Children’s interests are generally largely dependent on their experiences. encouraging learners to memorize factual knowledge c. This is – An adolescent combines his ability to use deductive and inductive reasoning is constructing realistic rules that he can respect and live by.Page 26 of 104 455) A teacher who subscribes to the pragmatic philosophy of education believes that experience should follow learning. promotion of the child’s social unconsciousness 457) Social adjustment means the ability to behave in accordance with – a social expectations c. Teachers should therefore be very good – a role models c. requiring learners full mastery of the lessons b. how does he perceive his environment? a b c d he sees the world and himself through the eyes of other people he sees events apart from himself and other people may take place formally or informally to enable the individual to grow may take place anywhere and anytime the individual do desires 461) The tendency to imitate elders is very strong in the early childhood stage. . An example of his motor skill is – a baking a cake with background music b manipulating a bowling ball to achieve a strike c dancing and playing musical instruments d saving a board for the wall of a book cabinet 460) Freud expounded that there is a period when young boys experience rivalry with their father for their mother’s affection. use of effective media technology d. equipping learners with the basic abilities and skills d. she therefore exerts effort in – a. Which of the following is an implication of this statement? a the curriculum should provide vital experiences if the school must use its opportunities to develop interest. In her teaching.

law. a Excitation c. intensive motivator 469) The adolescence wants independence. poverty. art. He wants to feel secure in the affection and regard of his peers and of adults. belief. fatalism c. One of the systems by which men are ranked higher or lower according to the value accorded their various social roles and activities. The experience of the child reduces the area in which the school may choose to develop interests. namely food. It is a complicated system of mutual. learning b experience d. new problems arise and additional needs and wants appear.Page 27 of 104 b c d A large part of the subject matter has to be easy if they are to interesting and within the learner’s experience. This values system comprises a network of behavior with different degrees of connotation. application 468) Which of these processes can be used to prevent forgetting and unlearning? a Motivation c. The school should not develop interest outside the experience of the child. evaluation b Presentation d. clique 471) As the individual emerges from the sheltered life within the home toward an expanded social and physical environment. a social gratification c. a Motivation c. medals and the like. social stratification b social grace d. human activities are based on association between stimuli and responses. this refers to: a family differences b community differences c individual differences d sex differences 478) Sociologists have long recognized difference ingroups and have used these differences as the bases for group classification. tragedy and bad luck? This attitude enables one to accept resignation and tolerance to pain and frustrations. evaluation b Generalization d. monetary rewards. This is referred to as: a culture c. doing things together. law of effect b law of readiness d. It comes into being when two or more persons are related to one another in an intimate fellowship that involves going out together. respondent conditioning 479) Which of these attitudes helps the individual to endure suffering. which may be applied by a teacher in motivating students to learn. education 482) When planning the program for learning what is important for the teacher to know? a the child’s or learner’s background b the learner’s problems and needs c the learner’s abilities and interest d all of the above . the teacher has to be aware of the nature and extent of the school learners’ differences. yet he has a strong desire for security. It is relatively smaller in size than “gang”. which serves to reinforce the association. It is the complex whole that includes knowledge. This theory has been called the S-R bond. animism d. extensive motivator b intrinsic motivator d. giving the responses is satisfying and being prevented from doing so is annoying. spiritual adjustment 472) According to this theory. One is a force that arises from outside the individual such as honors. sickness. In the developmental theory. exchanging intimate personal matters involving emotional sentimental situations: a gang c. obligation. playmate b peer d. social differentiation 470) The problem of meeting adequately all the needs of a learner in education becomes the task of the teacher. how they affect teaching and learning. This attitude that still persists is called: a. For this task to be effectively accomplished. This force refers to: a extrinsic motivator c. Everybody owes a debt of gratitude to someone. During this time boys and girls need very urgently. law of effect b law of readiness d. he wants to be secured – a physically and socially b spiritually and physically c mentally and emotionally d emotionally and socially 477) In all social groupings members are classified according to certain criteria. This value is referred to as: a ningas cogon c. drills and review 476) There are motivations. conditioning theory 474) Pavlov’s well-known experiment demonstrated the formation or straightening of an association between salivation is a dog and the sound of a buzzer through the repeated simultaneous presentation of the buzzer with the stimulus for salivation. customs and other capabilities and habits acquired by man as a member of society. That is. a connectionism theory c. These terms refers to: a connectionism theory c. conditioning theory 473) It states that when a person is prepared to respond or act. fiesta syndrome b manana habit d. utang na loob 481) It is something that grows and changes with the passage of time. euphemism 480) This attitude denotes a sense of gratitude. a physical adjustment b social adjustment c emotional adjustment d. spontaneous recovery b Extinction d. everyone in some way had done something for someone who therefore owes him in return. which may differ according to the nature of the group. non-rationalism b. 475) It is a process in which the individuals’ attention and interest are aroused and directed toward definite goals. morals.

intrinsic motivation b purposeful activity d.Page 28 of 104 483) Which of the following statement is consistent wit the basic principles of guiding pupil learning? a the child is the beginning. experimentalists b pragmatists d. the teacher should – a provide richly varied activities in her classroom b use flexible teaching procedures c make the organization of learning experience flexible d all of the above 486) According to the traditionalist view – a education should prepare the child for adults life or life hereafter b children should be grounded in the rules of conduct which help ensure the “eternal reward” c children must adjust to the established institutions of society d all of the above 487) The process of abstraction involves – a labeling as “real” that which exists empirically b defining in terms of observable c making inferences based on the behavior of the observable d generalizing e all of the above 488) In a school where the child’s or learner’s interests are the primary concern of the teachers. brothers and sisters. every individual is unique b. all of the above 492) The idea that education is primarily a method of helping the individual adjust to his environment stems from the – a sociological foundation of education b philosophical foundation of education c scientific foundation of education d psychological foundation of education 493) The contemporary educational view fundamentally manifests – a an eclectic tendency b psychological trend c a sociological bias d a philosophical inclination 494) The tendency to regard learning as a set of processes by which an organism is modified by the responses it makes to stimuli is indicative of – a sociological influence b philosophical influence c scientific influence d psychological bias 495) What are the acquired human needs that are built largely around the ego? a the desire to belong to the group b desire to be accepted and loved by the group c desire to enjoy good standing in the group d all of the above 496) What is personality a function of a personality is a function of he expectations of social situations b personality is a function of social situations c personality is a function of the self. comparisons can arouse feelings of hostility and anger . all of the above 489) What is personality? It is – a a social respect b the totality of impressions one makes on others c something that covers values as well as aspects of behavior d all of the above 490) Human social life is the product of – a biological heredity c. and the end-goal of the learning process b the child is a unique individual. growth usually involves physical changes while development refers to learning maturation b. meaning no two children are alike because every child has characteristics distinctly his own c the child should be accepted for what he is: his personality should be respected d all of the above 484) Which of the following groups of individual look upon education as changed behavior? a Anthropologists c. growth involves learning while development is an increase in height and weight at the time c. the pattern of development starts with the head downward c. none of these 498) Why do unborn fetus and newly born babies appear to be like “monster” with abnormally large heads? This could be due to t he fact that: a. the head is the most important part of the body d. the group and culture b natural environment d. the center. d A and B 497) Human growth and development are differentiated in the sense that – a. we find school administrators who are – a progressivists c. the head consists of lot of fluids in the head b. teacher should not compare their abilities because – a. growth is the process of ripening while development is always the result of instruction and training d. human life has not fully developed yet 499) Even among identical twins. physiologists b sociologists d. all of the above 491) Kilpatrickian (referring to William Kilpatrick) is essentially associated with – a the project method c. all of the above 485) To meet individual differences of learners.

James b. ethnic ways 509) A psychological instrument used to determine hw popular or unpopular a pupil is known as – a. 6 to 12 years d. adolescence b. questionnaire 519) A type of social status which is acquired or earned by birth as in the case of the royal families handing down automatically the royal titles to their children – . early childhood c. learning process 518) Customary ways of behaving which have become habitual and repetitive to a number of individuals of a group is known as – a. association type of learning 505) Learning is a matter of habit formation of “getting used to it. late childhood d. Functionalism c. practices b. pre-conventional morality b. protectionism 508) A period when peak of learning takes place is known as – a. Thorndike 513) Which of the following is a practical application of Thorndike’s law of readiness? a. affective theory 507) Learning takes place as a whole in a form of generalization according to the theory of the – a. late childhood d. 12 to 18 years b. conventional morality c. effective type of learning c. moron 512) A person who classified the hierarchy needs of man into basic physiological needs and security. avoidance. esteem and self-actualization was – a. antagonism and even hatred – a. to avoid disagreement. in group c. early childhood c. but that do not get at the real cause is – a. Conditioning A type of psychological defense mechanism which consists of giving explanations for our behavior. informal education d. love. peer group b. Psychoanalysts 517) An intense feeling that one’s culture is more superior than other people’s is known as – a. Maslow c. This is according to the theory of – a. Roger d. pupils must be praised for their good work d. plateau of learning d. 18 to 21 years 503) In Kholberg’s moral development theory. folkways c. dull normal b. judgment about what is right or wrong is based on consequences such as punishment.” according to the theory of Pavlov known as – a. Stimulus response-connectionism d. displace hostility c. out group d. pupils must be punished for their misbehavior 514) What type of education is usually intended for outof-school which consist vocational-technical skills training? a. dislike. hydrophobia b. anecdotal record d. operant conditioning b. normal c. Gestaltists b. to maintain harmony with nature and people b. “identity crisis” or identity vs. pupils must be motivated first before my lesson starts c. learning spurts b. Sociogram c. cognitive type of learning d. in any of the stages 504) Learning how to operate and observe under a microscope is a – a. checklist b. rationalization d. pupils must be frequently exposed to drills. sensory-motor type of learning b. non-formal education b. role” confusion occurs during the ages of – a. Behaviorists d. Connectionist’s c. comparisons can lead to unnecessary pressures d. writing and calculating developed according to Havighurst? a. Gestaltism b. explanations that often seem to quite logical. strangeness. liberal education 515) A type of group which one has feeling of indifference. economic mobility an social acceptance d. ethnocentrism c. reference group 516) Which of the following describes the nature of the Philippine value system? a. adolescence b. This happens during – a. classical conditioning c. all of these 502) According to Erikson. regression 506) A person’s or animal’s learning is reinforced when there is a reward that follows after a successful act.Page 29 of 104 c. all of these 510) 500) The developmental period of “storms and stresses” when children rebel against their parents is during – a. early adulthood 501) In what development stage are the fundamental skills in reading. 3 to 6 years c. mores d. conflicts by maintaining smooth interpersonal relationship c. early adulthood 511) An IQ which range from 70 to 85 is usually believed to be in the intellectual level of – a. superior d. formal education c. repression b. cognitive theory d. learning curve c. post-conventional morality d. folktales b. xenophobia d.

law of effect b. Oxygen d. brain b. mechanical intelligence b. Middle Pleistocene period. innate status b. Which of these refers to the pathological conditions? a. the child develops a functional understanding of many things. the teacher provides situations where the pupils discovered the meaning of square. variation c. emotion 534) During the sensorimotor period. What then may the pupils form? a. retreat b. stupid. Which of the laws is highly related to it? a. concentration 535) When teaching Math. values and ideals are to a great except shape during – a. process concept c. imbecile 525) 526) c. Which of these stages should come first? a. childhood d.Page 30 of 104 a. and a failure he was. destruction c. cluster concept 521) The most significant findings of Robert Fox was the discovery of the – a. causality objects d. economic security b. school phobia c. filial regression 528) The teacher can help develop self-concept among her pupils by – a. social intelligence c. achieved status d. quality concept b. acculturation b. structural conceptd. Water c. social intelligence 539) A child who is cordial. obsession b. incentive 531) A child who is overprotected or rejected may suffer – a. space and time b. Race d. Late Pleistocene period d. Keeping quiet about the child’s limitation c. adolescence The cycle of human development includes the following stages mentioned below. sleep 536) Which of these listed needs does not belong to the sociogenic type? a. motivation b. neonate c. neutralism d. emotional attitudes and personal adjustments 522) The feelings of uneasiness. moron b. childhood b. uniformity d. imitation play c. abstract intelligence 540) Which of the four emotional behavior pattern will be the reaction in pleasant situation? a. Thirst c. Tabon skull in Palawan in 1962 b. Which of these does not belong to these? a. earned status 520) Studies of Robert Fox in 1977 tend to show that the first man reached the Philippines during the – a. maturation b. Status d. feeble-minded The individual’s basic outlooks. ascribed status c. adolescent 527) One inherits certain traits from one’s parents but he is not the real replica of his parents. Its Skull 524) The lowest IQ indicated in the intelligence scale is – a. Pre-Pleistocene period 530) What term is used to refer to internal stimulus condition of the organism. stopping of response . security b. abstract intelligence c. Infanthood d. school phobia d. culture shock d. motor intelligence d. has a high capacity for – a. 4-5 thousand years ago b. dislike against any new culture is known as – a. law of readiness 523) There are different factors that affect intelligence. Motives c. functionalism 538) A child who can execute difficult dance steps. Which of these is the most basic? a. This explains the principle of heredity which is the principle of – a. idiot d. methods and materials of instruction d. Aetas or Negritos c. friendly and helpful with whom people like. Gestaltism d. mechanical intelligence b. hypochondriac 532) There are many factors to consider in determining the child’s readiness for learning. independence 537) The most scientific school of psychology is – a. Punishing 529) Which of the following will directly satisfy biological drives? a. letting the child know how bad. Early Pleistocene period c. approach d. motor intelligence d. amalgamation 533) Learning is due to maturation and training. reproduction b. childhood b. structuralism b. enculturation c. throw and catch a ball skillful play several games is said to have – a. Working tools or implements of our ancestors d. law of use c. behaviorism c. b. Heredity c. Expressing confidence on the child’s capability punishing d. Adulthood c. disbelief. experience c. which impels it to activity? a. law of annoyance d.

Which one is not a sure cause? a. particularly in the other sex 555) The best way to help adolescents become socially mature is to – a. preserve our lives c. repression c. membership in several organizations d. in the thirties 554) The gang generally disintegrates because of – a. a sudden or starting stimulus d. desire for adventure d. bone ossification b. this mechanism is called – a. 21 to 26 551) By social intelligence we mean – a. the dark b. hard problems and lessons b. from birth to six c. in the pre-natal months b. attitude d. will protect other children d. age d. peers b. inhibiting or repressing all emotions c. in the twenties d.Page 31 of 104 541) When a younger reverts to weeping. n adolescence 548) Growth takes place – a. letting the child strictly alone 561) Overprotected children will probably develop into adults who – a. help them feel free to do as the crowd does c. rejection d. with differential rates for different parts of the body c. being restrained or held 559) Emotions can best be trained by – a. 6 to 9 c. absence of an inferiority complex 552) Children form gang mainly because of – a. give wholesome and adequate social experiences d. opposition from friends d. are the major fasters in personality 557) 547) Growth is most rapidly rapid proportionally . continue to learn on their parent 562) The most serious maladjusted child is one who – a. values b. awarding a model d. skeletal growth c. the school prohibits it d. of the wide range of ability c. of the relation of between his physical and mental status b. from six to twelve d. giving the children more attention b. hostility between members b. parents 544) Which of these provide the best reinforcement? a. broken home b. rebellion against authority The school causes emotional maladjustment most often by – a. natural interest in the world 545) There are several causes of maladjustment. pouting or childish play as means of overcoming frustrations. parental laxity b. knowledge with understanding 543) The behavior of the child is to large extent dependent upon his – a. speaking of the bad impression his conduct makes c. are emotionally mature c. size c. use of marks b. overcome inferiority feelings and pattern 556) Emotions are significant because they – a. suddenly by spurts of the whole d. 13 to 21 b. intelligence 546) The best single criterion of the degree of maturity of a child is his – a. members become indifferent in size c. avoiding all emotional stimuli d. gradually for the while organism b. always stimulate thinking b. the urge to be independent 553) Delinquency reaches its peak – a. scholarship c. urge them to confide in their parents b. a. seeing the child is successful in what he undertakes d. and social factors affect growth d. nomadism b. biological inheritance c. ability to get along with people b. environment d. assuming an indifference to disturbing things b. skills c. absence of shyness c. in the early and middle teens c. his emotional. other interests. education fir the growth 550) Adolescence includes the years from – a. poverty c. are independent and self-reliant b. snakes c. fantasy 542) Cognitive domain refers to – a. in serial order of development 549) The different stages of the child growth’s should be understood because – a. before the teenage b. are the products of the body d. lack of guidance 558) The native stimulus for fear is – a. talk back to his teachers . failure in the work c. 9 to 12 d. attaching satisfaction to desirable emotion pattern 560) Maladjustment can often be prevented by – a. regression d.

a very complicated and difficult matter b. a rather easy thing d. ability to sustain oneself economically c. what is good for them is bad for us. 120 The percentage of individuals classified as having an average of normal intelligence is – a. there is a mixture or blending of two different cultures – as shown in their children’s behavior. dynamic d. ability to make social contacts 571) A feeble-minded person has an IQ of – a. repetition b. makes memory work monotonous d. ability to control emotion d. relative b.Page 32 of 104 b. much is forgotten b. laws. increases forgetting 569) A good memory has much value because it – a. learned 579) In what sense does culture distinguish man from animal? a. versatile people who can live whether in the Philippines or USA c. meaningfulness or understanding d. are influenced by both parental sides – father-mother b. 50 c. it is impossible to find a true or pure Filipino music. nervous and emotionally unstable c.” means that Filipinos – a. culture b. adding a deep sense of guilt to the misbehavior c. dance. in unsocial and withdrawn from others d. and unsocial d. 70 b. shy. physically small and sickly b. dynamic-cumulative d. indicates clear thinking 570) The most widely accepted concept of intelligence is – a. arts. socialization d. favorably endowed in more respect 575) People’s knowledge. does nor retard forgetting d. timid. customs and other capabilities and habits known as – a. increased retention b. This means that culture is – a. because culture is – a. 100 c. influenced by both Western and Asian culture d. destroys school materials 563) 564) Making the child ashamed of some habitual behaviors is most likely to have the effect of – a. visualization c. above 130 577) The expression “Filipinos operate or live on two levels of culture. 110 573) Studies of the effect of summer vacation upon retention indicate that – a. is physically inferior to animals d. but considered bad in the Philippines. the school environment b. relative 565) Memorization is made more effective by – a. etc. intensity 566) d. his or her peers c. the home environment d. adaptive c. 90 d. fusion c. an impossible task c. retention is increased 567) The intention to remember – a. gives one a chance to show individuality b. animals can be cultured like human beings 580) When a Filipino is married to a German. either good or bad 578) Whether we like or not. increases one’s social efficiency d. 80 c. altruism d. assume mastery b. adds meaning to the material c. small amount is forgotten c. eliminating desirable habit without harmful consequences b. or belief. 75 572) A gifted person has an IQ of – a. increased interest and mind-set 568) Over-learning the material – a. man develops culture. a task only for psychiatrists b. 60 d. arts. beliefs. Diverge c. 80 574) Children who are very bright tend to be – a. education c. nothing is forgotten d. this is known as cultural – a. below 70 b. none of these 581) The greatest influence on a child – a. while animals behave according to heir instinct b. capacity to learn b. anthropology 576) Pre-marital sex is commonly practiced in Western countries. unification b. shared b. morals. causing open rebellion d. is loud and disorderly c. decreases interests c. a temporary improvement in conduct and attitude The correction of maladjustment in an individual child is – a. shows that one is above average in intelligence c. man although superior intellectually. laws. man is superior intellectually than animals c. all of the above .

a. development c. readiness b. Exercise c. sees events apart from himself and other people b. practice b. association 583) Which is more important for learning to own? a. a. is a continuous process 589) Why is indoctrinating the child by making decisions for him dangerous? a. heredity has a part in determining intelligence d. individual difference b. Effect d. certain attributers are constant. This fact indicates that ____. his/her behavior is based on ___. apperception 585) The adolescent’s powerful tool is the combined ability to use deductive and inductive reasoning in constructing realistic rules he can respect and live by. it will confuse him b. effect b. a. a. a. follows a pattern d. internalized the ideals to avoid selfcondemnation rather than a social censure d. involuntary response to a stimulus b. a. which stresses on ____. connection between stimulus and response d. it will thwart his personality d. it will develop in him negative attitudes c. personal decisions based on his/her satisfaction b. a. Readiness c. effect d. progression of subordinate learning c. varies from task to task d. reinforcement of correct response 598) Early childhood is characterized by educators as a period of morality by constraint. a. construction c. a. exercise c. uniqueness 592) Learning is strengthened if it results in satisfaction but is weakened if it leads to annoyance. it will make him dependent on the thinking of others 590) The cognitive process refers to the realization that even if things change in physical appearance. proceeds from general to specific c. This is the Law of ____. intelligence is determined partly by prenatal nutrition c. Training d. interprets events from a limited view d. conservation 591) The second basic principle of development states that the rate of the development is unique to each individual. can approximately be reached at the age of five c. can be determined by readiness test 594) In which of the following teacher tasks is knowledge of children’s effective development only of supplementary significance? a. a authorities and models b counselors and advisers . heredity 596) Identical twins are more alike in intelligence than are fraternal twins. integration d. repetition 593) The level of mental maturity necessary for a pupil to profit form opportunities to learn ___. is cephalocaudal in nature b. dynamic change c. sampling of classroom activities that generate excitement and happiness d. growth b. a. may be reached at the age of seven b. understanding one’s own emotional reactions to various types of pupil behavior b. Educators aptly termed this as the principle of ____. environment affects both fraternal and identical twins b. reservation b. This means that children in this stage consider teacher and parents as ____. Gumamela. These points to the process called _____. intelligence hinges on physical structure 597) Much of today’s classroom practices are influenced by Skinner’s operant conditioning. views the world from his own perspective c. readiness c. a. and Camia because development _____. The adolescence therefore ___. exercise d. because the muscular and neural structures are not yet ready for those skills.Page 33 of 104 582) Responses accompanied by satisfaction are more firmly connected with the situation according to the laws of – a. readiness b. This is ____. the expectations of the group or society in general to gain approval 587) What is the importance or role of the PEER GROUP in adolescence? a stops the learning and development of social roles b allows the young to stays away from home c provides the adolescent the time to make unwise decisions d allows the young to free himself from too much dependence on his parents and family 588) A child learns the world FLOWER before he can name Sampaguita. context 584) The law is based on the principle that learning is transferable. the desire to avoid severe physical punishment by a superior authority c. sees the world and himself through the eyes of other people 586) When a child develops conventional morality. variation d. understanding the emotionally-based causes of pupil behavior c. maturation d. helping children overcome negative emotions 595) Educators are aware that no amount of practice and instruction can make a four-month old child walk or speak fluently.

both social standards and internalized ideas d. Failure to do so at an earlier stage may cause problems in later stages. It was found out that he didn’t take his breakfast. the teacher should give lessons that ____. c-a-b-d c. intellectual and moral c. Id principle 610) The individual has to learn developmental tasks at each stage of development. encourage higher educational aspirations among the less privileged pupils d. the arbitrariness of social and legal conventions c. external criteria-standards of right and wrong which are laid down by authority 603) The relationship between education and culture tends to be cyclical. are easy to comprehend d. reaches its peak at age 17 and stabilize till age 20 b. . This points that ___. safety needs principle c.Page 34 of 104 c peers and playmates d facilitators and supervisors 599) Because learning increases directly in proportion to the extent to which the learner is wholly bound up in his task. provide limited experience to children of less privileged classes b. provide influence of mass media for children of all social classes c. somatotonic principle b. What psychological principle is shown in this situation? a. a. Arrange the following tasks according to the stages when they occur in one’s life span. This means that ____. have significance and worth to the child c. b-a-c-d b. emotional and moral b. Which of the following best typifies this kind of environment? a the child summarizes the section on fossils in his science textbook b the child listens to a lecture on fossils given by the teacher c the child goes out and discovers for himself some rock or fossil d the child copies a list of facts concerning fossils on the blackboard 609) A student fainted during the flag ceremony. a 3 to 6 years c. a. a. intellectual and motor d. 6 to 9 years b 9 to 12 years d. continues to grow reaching its peak at age 20 c. a developing conscience. all individuals completely reach their post conventional level of maturity b. standards/norms and expectations of the group b. a-c-b-d d. school should get children to accept or conform to society’s rule 601) Which of the following corresponds to Kohlberg’s post-conventional or principled level of moral development? a right action consists of what instrumentally satisfies one’s own needs b right action is defined by the decision of conscience in accordance with self-chosen universal ethical principles c good behavior is based on the physical consequences of action d good behavior is that which pleases or helps others or is approved by them 602) In Kohlberg’s stage 6 of Post Conventional Morality. emotional and motor 607) What would be an effective way of avoiding social stratification is the classroom? a. are fictitious to appeal to their imagination b. a the school is shaped by culture and culture in turn is influenced by the school b the school function is primarily as a transmitter of culture and is a change agent c the school becomes the avenue through which the individuals learn their culture d culture is transmitted by the school system. morality and a scale of values b learning to distinguish right from wrong c acquiring a set of values and an ethical system d taking on civic responsibility a.physiological need principle d. portray complex ideas 600) The major contribution of Kohlberg’s moral development theory is its analysis on the way in which stages of moral development are closely related to corresponding cognitive growth. individuals are able to solve more complex moral problems c. reaches fill maturity after age 20 d. depends upon the proportion of muscles and fat which stabilizes after age 20 605) Teachers should bear in mind that the period of greatest mental development is from ___. a. the individual’s judgment is based on ___. and the classroom is the place where transmission takes place 604) An athletic coach training college students for an intercollegiate tournament in weight-lifting would do well to select his prospective contestants from the high school group because muscular strength ____. 12 to 15 years 606) Which patterns of development closely parallel to the pattern for speech development? a. as cognitive growth occurs. a-b-c-d 611) Some students have pointed out that the course of human development can be influenced positively by manipulating some aspects of the internal and . assign leadership roles to the children of the upper social class 608) The environment in order to facilitate learning must be interactive. adolescents should not be exposed to contrary moral views d.

II. taking a civic responsibility III. morality and a scale of values iii. a. this will make him dependent on the thinking of others d. 6 to 9 c. portray complex ideas d. In Geography class. are easy to comprehend 613) When an adolescent combines ability to use deductive and inductive reasoning in constructing realistic rules that he can respect and live by. connection between stimulus and response d. cat. developing conscience.III. keep the room well-ventilated. progression of subordinate learning b. Herbert 620) Human development follows a pattern. this will enhance his ability to think and decide 625) How does peer group influenced adolescence? . this will facilitate the child’s ability to make decisions b. failing to take care of school properties b. How does a teacher show this in her lesson? The teacher gives lessons that ___. ahead of their own town c. finding fault wit the work of this classmate d. how does he perceived his environment? a. children learn the difference provinces b. arrange the seat in such away that every learner feels comfortable d. I. Arrange the following tasks according to the stages when they occur in one’s life span. II. universal norms d. roses and camia before learning the word flower d. III d. he sees the world and himself through the eyes of others 614) Heredity has a part in determining intelligence. provide learners with a set of routine activities to be followed strictly c. orderly and clean b. a. I. involuntary response to a stimulus 617) The psychological developmentalist made the child the center of the educational process through application of its law of learning. a b c d promotion of the child’s social unconsciousness development of the child from within use of effective media technology systematic formulation of methods 618) Which of the following would you considers MOST indicative of actual maladjustment of a student? a. IV c. this may cause problems in later years. a. II and IV 616) Which of the current classroom practices is influenced by Skinner’s operant conditioning? a. reinforcement of correct practices c. goat and cow e. IV. 12 to 15 d. One thing a teacher can do in this regard is to ___. A child learns the word ANIMALS before he can name dog . social expectations 623) Which of the following demonstrates that education and culture tend to cyclical? a the school becomes the avenue by which individual learn their culture b culture is transmitted by the school system and the classroom becomes the place of transmission c the school shaped by culture and culture in tern influence by the school d the school functions primarily as a transmitter of culture and is a change agent 624) Which of these statements is TRUE regarding the indoctrination of a child in making decision? a. have significance and worth to the child b. learning to distinguish right from wrong iv. social insights c. III. If these tasks are not developed at an early stage. Which of the following demonstrates this theory? a. 9 to 12 b. 3 to 6 622) Social development means that acquisition of the ability to behave in accordance with ____. inviting his classmates to eating places in an attempt to be popular 619) Who introduce the technique of using the drawing of a man as a measure of intelligence? a Binet c. acquiring a set of values and an ethical span ii.Page 35 of 104 external development. he views the world form his perspective b. are fictitious to appear to their imagination c. I. a. Teaching should therefore be primarily directed towards the ____. he interprets events from a limited view d. this will give hi the opportunity to make right decisions at an early stage c. i. Which of the following statements support this principle? a intelligence is determined partly by pre-natal nutrition b identical twins are more alike than fraternal twins c intelligence hinges in physical structure d environmental affects both fraternal and identical twins 615) a b Development tasks are to be learned by the individual at the each stage of development. stereotyped behavior b. In mathematics learners know division ahead of addition 621) Pre-school education is a recognition that the period of greatest mental development among individual is from ___ years. II. IV I. Good enough b Aristotle d. he sees events apart from himself and other people c. provide learners with a variety of enriched learning materials and aids for the different’ 612) Learning increase directly in proportion to the extent to which the learner is wholly bound up in his task. spending his entire allowance each week on science fiction paperbacks c. Petra names sampaguita.

understanding the emotionally-based causes of pupil behavior b. the teacher shows posters of the habitat of insects 629) Which of the following statements involving the relative mental abilities of delinquent and nondelinquent children has been supported by studies to be generally true? a there are marked differences between the performance of two groups b there are no significant difference between them c non-delinquent children are somewhat brighter than delinquent children d delinquent children are slightly but significant brighter 630) 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. What does this statement imply? a teachers and parents should serve as role models at all times b parent-teacher conference should always be an activity in school c parents should enforce strict discipline at home and teachers in school d teachers should demand complete obedience form the learners in school 628) The environment must be interactive to facilitate learning. prepare modules for slow learners in the class b. expose this group to moral and personal experience d. which are used in preserving and building certain traditions within cultural communities. the best method of learning is through “conditioning” b. keeping the room well-ventilated. provide this group with more experiences in school’s outside or moral and personal 627) Children in the early stage consider teachers and parents as authorities and models. What this suggests to the teacher? a. a cultural learning system b indigenous learning system c multi-level learning system d non-formal learning system 632) Social experimentation believes that education should develop in the learner a social motive and intelligence to enable them to help solve problems of changing society. sampling of classroom activities that generate excitement and happiness c. arranging the seats in such a way that every learner feels comfortable b. habits c. Teachers are therefore encouraged to ____. .Page 36 of 104 a b c d e stops the learning and development of social roles provides the adolescents the time to make unwise decisions allows the young to free himself from too much dependence on his family allows the young to stay away from home 626) Terman’s studies of superior children show that in moral and personal traits the superiority is significantly marked. attitudes d. skills 636) In which of the following teacher tasks is knowledge of children’s affective development of LEAST significance? a. a particular stimulus will lead to a specific response d. the individual reacts to a total environment c. reflexes b. provide varied learning activities to suit individual needs c. involve the community and discuss objectively relevant issues to guide learners in evaluating them c. In which of the following is this principle NOT applicable? a. each “faculty” of the brain must be provided with appropriate exercise 634) The principle of individual differences requires teachers to ____. the class goes out and discovers the habitat of insects d. orderly and clean 631) This system of learning includes ways and methods. the teacher lectures on the habitat of insects c. tell the learners to accept social traditions wholly because social heritage is of great value 633) Which of these contributions was the idea advanced by “Gestalt” psychologists? a. helping children overcome negative emotions d. teach the learners what to do as they know in making right decisions b. the class copies a list of facts concerning the habitat of insects b. limit the experience of this group to personal growth b. a. give more attention to he gifted students 635) All learning is bond connecting. a. influence the learners in making choices and conclusions as regards controversial issues d. providing learners with a variety of enriched learning materials and aids for different subjects d. treat all learners alike while in the classroom d. This refers to ___. which of the following situation is an example of this? a. distribute the activities of this group equally between moral and personal c. exploring one’s own emotional reactions to various types of pupil behavior 637) Which of the following behavior indicates that a child has developed conventional maturity? The behavior is based on ____. providing learners with a set of routine activities to be followed strictly c.

late childhood b. What principle is shown in this situation? a. Ms. mental retardation since he is cultural deprived b. infancy 644) Which of the following will trigger additional development if a child is exposed to more challenges and stimuli in his surroundings? a. safety needs b. psychological need 640) The levels and types of abilities present in adolescence will be maintained or enhanced in adulthood depending on such factors as: A. no change in IQ because environmental deprivation has nothing to do with intelligence d. musical c. questioning rules b. personal decisions based on his satisfaction c the expectations of the group or society in general to gain approval d internalized ideals to avoid self-condemnation rather than social censure 638) If children are cooperatively engaged with the teacher in a group project the children will discipline themselves each member of the group exercises – a. She can figure out how something works or how to fix something that is broken. they turn to empty homes after school either to sit by the television or to roam the streets 652) Moral development is early childhood characterized by __. getting started in an occupation 649) Mr. Ms. Based on Gardener’s theory of multiple intelligence what intelligence is she strong? a. they are engaged in child labor c. learning to get along with age-mates b.Page 37 of 104 a. moral compulsion 639) Che-che collapsed in her Social Studies class. acting without knowing why they do so is 653) In her teaching. inductive logic b. encourage sustained attention in an area of interest c. negative d. adolescent 642) Which of the following statements is TRUE regarding the level of mental maturity necessary for a learner to profit from opportunities? a. self-concept 647) A number of researchers found that the effects material employment on children’s achievement is ___. A and C d. it can approximately be reached at the age of five 643) Researches established that complete coordination of motor activities is attained at: a. Which of these stages is it? a. philosophical analysis d. childhood stage b. a. early childhood c. special interest d. fully established b. it can be determined by readiness test b. experiences D. it varies from task d. adolescence state d. the desire to avoid severe physical punishment by a superior authority b. they are poorly motivated school children b. logical-mathematica b. interest 645) If a resilient child with superior intelligence is reared in a poor environment the probable outcome would be___? a. A-B-C b. A-B-C-D 641) c. Esmane wants his pupils to be creative. kinesthetic intelligence d. B-C This is the stage when the learner becomes confused and starts to experience identity crises. education C. cultural background b. Breis moves from particular instances to tentative generalizations that are subjected to further verification. a. intuition 654) Which of the following is not a subject-centered curriculum? . without asking for help. heredity d. spatial intelligence 651) Which one correctly describes the phenomenon of lately children? a. somatotonic d. Which of the following will REFRAIN from doing? a. physiological needs c. emotional development b. peer influence b. develop student’s ability to recognize and analyze problems and relationships b. develop solely skill mastery 650) Alou dance well. mental change in IQ because he is culturally deprived c. cognitive activities B. a. Intelligence d. positive and negative c. intelligence c. acting out of conviction c. slight change in IQ although he can overcome frustration and obstacle 646) Which of the following is usually considered the most important factor in a child’s observable classroom behavior? a. It was found out that she did not eat her lunch. deductive logic c. they are truant school children d. obedience to the teacher c. hardly established 648) Which developmental task is expected of the adolescent according to Havighurst? skilled in games a. willful disobedience of rules d. social activities Which combination of abilities is maintained or enhanced? a. heighten the students sense of the unusual d. pre-natal stage c. early adulthood d. Breis engages herself in ___. it may be reached at the age of seven c. Potentials c. achieving new and more mature relations with age-mates of both sexes c.

schematic stage. emotional intelligence is feeling appropriately and effectively 656) The authoritarian setting in the Filipino home is reinforced by a classroom teacher who __ a. by passing of a stage of development as a result of failure to master the tasks for that stage of development 668) Which of the following statements on developmental task is wrong? a. encourages pupils to ask questions c. emotional intelligence changes less considerably than IQ through life c. child is given punishment is related to the misdeed c. entry childhood c. emotional intelligence is giving free rein to feeling b. Failure to master developmental tasks at a certain developmental stage has far reaching consequences in a person’s development 669) Based on Victor Lowenfield’s classification. a. societal pressures and individuals aspiration d. schematic stage. early childhood c. young childhood d. unfavorable social judgment d. Which of the following characterize a student with a high degree of emotional intelligence? a. early childhood and adolescence 667) Which of the following is not a hazard to the mastery of developmental tasks? a. crises when individuals pass from one stage to another c. which sequence in the developmental stages of children in art is followed? a pre-schematic stage. Home c. Filipino lack of reflection 664) Which is a danger signal of adolescent maladjustment? a prolonged treatment as children b inappropriate body-build c attraction to the opposite sex d irresponsibility as shown in neglect of studies in favor of having a good time 665) Ms. Filipino’s lack of seriousness c. scribbling stage. child has opportunity to express his/her opinion b. studies of children’s play have revealed that toy play reaches its peak during the ___. There are essential skills expected to be acquired and mastered in each developmental stage c. The mastery of developmental tasks is a result of physical maturation. child obeys blindly 662) Babyhood is often referred to as a “critical period” in the development of personality because – a changes in the personality pattern take place b at this time the foundations are laid upon which the adult personality structures will built c the brain grows and develops at such an accelerated rate during babyhood d at this time the baby is exposed to many hazards both physical and psychological 663) The tendency to emphasize so much on school beautification to the detriment of pupil’s performance illustrates the ___. middle childhood years 660) Which among the following has been said to play in irreplaceable role in the education of the young? a. obsessed with achieving at any cost d. church b. ask open-ended questions d. sense of humor c. pseudorealistic stage . adolescence b. prodded by others c. inappropriate or impossible expectations b. This is a proof of the Filipino’s ___. late childhood years c. Filipino’s loves for “porma” at the expense of substance b. early childhood years b. pseudo realistic stage. prescribes what pupils should do 657) Which stage according to Erikson is the stage of trust and mistrust? a.Page 38 of 104 a. scribbling dawning realism stage. unable to delay gratification 659) According to Hurlock. perennialist 655) Which of the following is a correct statement of emotional intelligence based on Daniel Goleman’s theory? a. babyhood d. Retirees are not expected to work on mastering certain developmental tasks b. lack of resourcefulness d. sensitive to the points of view and feeling of others b. prenatal period and early childhood d. a. subject area c. pre-natal and puberty b. community 661) Which is NOT a characteristic of democratic discipline? a. School d. is open to suggestions b. infancy 658) Daniel Goleman talks about emotional intelligence. back-to-basics d. child understand the meaning of rules d. emotional intelligence is being nice to people d. dawning realism stage b pre-schematic stage. value-oriented b. The students in her class hardly volunteer to recite and to do other learning-related tasks. Ramos is often times frustrated. lack of reflection b. Filipino’s sense of humor d. a. passivity and lack of initiative 666) Which period in the life span of an individual is characterized by growth spurt? a.

intelligence is a function of 50% heredity and 50% environment c. clarifying through inquiry d. obtaining information c. Catherine Eullo. social life of the "past” and the “far-away” c. culture is influenced by the school and the school is shaped by the culture b. Which described best the curriculum in this sociological view? a. the faster man can adjust to his environment 673) Ms. Which is not a concern of education as cultural transmission? a. a teacher in Social Studies. intelligence can be improved by exposing a child to a stimulating environment . a. post-conventional d. college students b. intelligence is more influenced by environment than hereditary factors d. intelligence is entirely heritable b. who is a firm believer of education as cultural transmission is equally interested in the following except one. What would be the emphasis of her lessons? a. culture is primarily transmitted by the school d. Medina provides her students varied activities that enable them to classify objects according to more than one variable. stage. identifying key concepts 671) Such physiological characteristics as the helplessness of nursery kinds. The development tasks can be expected to be performed by ___. strongly believes in education as agent of social and 677) The function of schooling is determined largely by the generally accepted social conception of education. historical and geographical facts Intelligence plays a significant role in learning. the social conciseness of high school students and the practical purposes of college students established that: a. education is psychologically based d. Santiago is likely to support which of the following statements? a. their economic competence makes him receptive to education b. To which of the following levels of morality according to Kohlberg does she belongs? a. education is a basic need of the individual at every level of development c. education is adjustment and adoption 672) cultural change. pre-conventional c. to serve as a boundary-maintaining structure between social classes 678) Education and culture tend to be cyclical. political history of the “great” countries d. Which of the following clearly explains this statement? a. their independence makes them more obedient c. Conventional b. the more education is not needed c the higher the intelligence. has observed that her pupils respond actively to various class activities. pre-schematic schematic stage. Why are her pupils teachable? a. past oriented d. present oriented b. culture is learned basically from the school 679) Mary Joy brings all her books to school because she wants to please the teacher and get good grades. preschoolers 681) The nature-nature controversy gave rise to conflicting theories of human development. Mrs. dawning realism pseudo realistic stage stage. rank order items in logical series and understanding that amounts of mass or liquid do not change because their shape does. changes in the learners behavior d. pre-schematic schematic stage. 670) Which is a focusing thinking skill? a. Adora Santiago. current social issues b. to serve as a boundary breaking between social classes c. to serve as an instrument to remove social status stratification d. Mrs. the individual has certain characteristics at each level of development that makes him educable b. to serve as a unifying element among social classes b. either pre-conventional or conventional 680) Following Piaget’s Theory of Cognitive Development. Which statement is untrue? a the higher the intelligence. current social issues and problems of the student’s own community b.Page 39 of 104 c d scribbling stage. the inborn curiosity of the primary school pupils. tradition oriented 675) Miss Melody San Pedro. pseudo realistic dawning realism stage scribbling stage. Aura Vivian Llapitan. What is the function of the school curriculum in a school that regards education as cultural transmission? a. elementary school children c. stage. they are more open to experience d. any of three is correct 674) In education as agent of modernization the curriculum tends to focus on well-defined orientation. a Grade One teacher. future oriented c. the greater the ability to learn b the higher the intelligence. the more accurate man can respond d the higher the intelligence. intentions or objectives c. Therefore. summarizing b. Mrs. culture influences the school function as a change agent c. stage. a grade school teacher however believes that both heredity and environment interact to facilitate the total development of her pupils. manner of making the learner function 676) Ms. high school students’ d.

In what developmental stage are the boys? a. Piaget 698) According to Erikson’s theory. prejudice 696) Which refers to the Filipino trait of practicing conflicting values in different venues and with different social groups? a. learning exercises are focused on the left side of the brain 685) Marvin. art over academics c. safety needs c. if given the choice. How may he best help his high school students develop positive attitudes towards self and others? a. inferiority of other nationalities b. critical evaluation d. altruistic . pretension d. sensorimotor d. a Grade I pupil plays with his classmates. rigidity of thought b. a. Egotism c. belongingness b. is happy when he wins in a game but sulks when he doesn’t. Both boys wanted the long but thin glass believing that it contained more. organize a seminar on personality development among adolescents 683) Jacquelyn Mendoza does not do anything in class. work creatively b. work with groups c. the children were asked to tell what they wanted to be. superiority of other nationalities d. learning exercises are focused on the right side of the brain b. as well as attitude in other people who relate to the maturing child-adolescent. acculturation b. ask them to write down their own perceptions of themselves and others c. formal operation d. Watson c. One glass is short but stout. indifferent-shy b. learning exercises involve both sides of the brain c. What is this called? a. self-actualization 692) A student passes a book report poorly written but ornately presented in a folder to make up for the poor quality of the book report content. lazy b. etc. formal operation b. art over science 693) Extreme authoritarianism is the home reinforces learners to – a. but cannot accept defeat. ethical relativism c. a. “porma” over substance b. What I see. crab mentality c. respect b. physiological needs d. Gardner d. do things on their won initiative 694) A group of Filipino children served as respondent in a research conducted. proud-progressive 684) Learning takes place best when – a.Page 40 of 104 682) Mr. willingness to take risks d. is aware of the fact the puberty brings new feelings about the self. Egocentric d. direct themselves d. superiority of the Filipino c. mischievous c. Chomsky b. concrete operation c. to be a Korean. I remember. in what developmental stage is Marvin? a. If you ask what she’d like to do she just smiles sweetly and shakes her head negatively. pre-operation 686) What is the highest level of comprehension? a. substance over “porma” d. She will only complete a task if you sit with her and continually tell her that what she is doing is correct. learning exercises are focused on cognitive objectives d. I forget. This theory is espoused by ___. Based on Piaget’s theory of cognitive development. concrete operation c. critical comprehension c. lack of foresight b. a Grade I pupil. favoritism c. to be a Japanese. encourage them to engage in worthwhile and productive activities d. Which does Marvin’s behavior indicate? a. a high school teacher. the child aged three to five is largely ___. sensorimotor b. cultural relativism 690) Marvin. another long but thin. literal comprehension 687) Mother equally divided the pineapple in two glasses for her two boys. What I do. Egocentrism d. integration b. orient them on the typical characteristics of adolescents b. Filipino lack of a sense of national pride 695) An “I thou” relationship exists between teacher and students where there is – a. What does this finding show? a. watch TV d. Which Filipino traits does this practice prove? a. I understand” This means that pupils learn best when they __. which of Maslow’s hierarchy of needs should he satisfy? a. depend on the others for direction c. semi-logical reasoning 691) If the student is encouraged to develop himself to the fullest. Rebancos. passive-dependent d. passive-antagonistic c. learn independently b. enculturation d. None of them said “to be an American. pre-operational Christian practices monogamous marriage. takes active part in the learning process 689) Both Muslim and Christian value marriage but the Muslim practices polygamous marriage while the It is easy for children to learn language because each person as Language Acquisition Device that predispose one to acquire language. indolence 697) 688) “What I hear. During her free time she sits at her desks starting into space. a. How would you describe Jacquelyn’s behavior? a.

knowledge explosion 707) For Freud. chronological age is different from biological and psychological age b. a. “No. Ilocano. and become more independent as a youth. super-ego and ego d. operant conditioning d. The child answers. more particularistic than universalistic d. paranoid b. dehumanization b. Teacher changes the shape of one of the balls and asks the child whether they still contain equal amounts of clay. a. unconscious thought d. This shows that Filipino are generally – a. more impersonal than personal 700) The information processing psychology asserts that – a. The child agrees that they are equal. cultural d. the learner is totally conditioned by environment c. fairness when giving grades or school marks d. like no other individuals. ecological theory c. cognitive development theory c. organization c. Maslow c. psychological and social age are related c. like some other individuals. early experience with parents extensively shape our development d. reasoning d. super-ego c. the longer has more. learning is an interactive process between the learner and the environment 701) Two identical balls of clay are shown to the child. the primary determinant of behavior is ____.” a. learning is purely a conditioning process d. development is not in any way colored of emotion b. physical b. like some other individuals 711) In Piaget’s theory an individual’s adjustment to new information is called ___. patience when dealing with the slower ones b. engage in fantasy play as a young child. cognition c. under what classification does he fall? a. more universalistic than particularistic b. the learner is a passive receiver of stimuli b. we have to analyze the inner workings of the mind to understand behavior 713) Which teacher’s attitude best reflects his/her understanding of development as a product of maturation? a. we analyze the symbolic meaning of behavior not focus on the behavior c. biological 708) Based on Freud’s psychoanalytic theory which component(s) of personality is (are) concerned with a sense of right and wrong? a. psychoanalytic theory b. social c. accommodation d. cheerfulness and enthusiasm when discussing 714) Which one is Piaget’s and Erikson’s thought about children’s play? a contributes to the child’s mastery of his physical and social environment b makes a child’s life so enjoyable that he will tend to hate school life later c prepares a child for an excellent academic performance in formal schooling d develops in the child a highly competitive attitude because of the nature of play 715) Miss Beth Burbon.Page 41 of 104 699) Students in school tend to group themselves by region of origin and think of themselves as first and above all as Visayan. when observed with his peers. like no other individuals b. centration b. more personal than impersonal c. biological age. social cognitive theory d. social cognitive theory b. ambivert d. Gardner . cognitive development theory c. ego 709) Which conception of age is wrong? a. conservation 702) Which theory does this demonstrate? “A young boy might observe his father’s aggressive outburst and hostile interchanges with people. ethnological theory 705) According to the cognitive theory of human development. psychological age and social are two different things d. a. Tagalog. mechanical learning d. adaptation 712) The psychoanalytic theorists believe the following EXCEPT a. Based on Jung’s psychological theory. extrovert c. a preschool teacher sees to it that the children are given opportunity to explore and work on different materials so that they will develop initiative and not guilt. like all other individuals c. id b. heredity b. like all other individuals d. brain-drain c. She is guided by the theory of – a. the young boy’s style of interaction is highly aggressive. environment 706) Which may be undesirable result of the misuse of education technology on human development? a. creativity with the classroom strategies or task c. What does this prove? Each of us develops partly – a.” What skill does the child lack? a. chronological age . the primary motivation for human behavior is sexual in nature while for Erikson it is ____. chronological age is the same as biological and psychological age 710) As humans we walk at about one year. classical conditioning 703) Jones is a shy student and prefers to be alone. introvert 704) Which theory on development puts emphasis on the importance of sensitive period in development? a. assimilation b.

e. it is present at birth b. assimilation 728) Which of these variables affects the phenomenon of parent-child bonding as proposed by Kenell and Klaus? a. schema e. sexual disturbances 718) Which of these indicates the flow of free association as minted by Sigmund Freud? a. non-working mother b. language d. none of these 730) Which of the following are major health problems in adolescents? a. alacrities depression c. Kohlberg 716) 717) d. it begins to develop during the fifth to sixth year of life d. it begins to develop at puberty e. middle adulthood 721) In the theory developed by Jean Piaget. infants’ cognitive development c. children pass through all of these psycho-sexual stages of development EXCEPT the: a. it begins to develop in late adolescence Sigmund Freud maintained that nervous are primarily a result of: a. Erikson Which of these statements true about the development of super ego according to psychoanalytic theory? a.Page 42 of 104 b. length of breastfeeding e. fondling home infants had fallen far below those in the nursing home on developmental indices d. a daughter is most likely to have traditional vocational aspirations if she has a: a. all of these 729) Major obstacles for children in creative solving of problems include: a. late adulthood b. are self-inflicted e. genital c. forgetting certain aspects of a problem c. more symptoms b. involve sensory deficits d. in the first 4 months. social interaction with other human is essential in infant development b. children in the nursing home had a higher incidence of infection that those in the fondling home because of many social contacts 726) The complex symptoms characterizes of children who are deprived of their mother or of a mother substitute during infancy and often extending into the first year of life is known as: a. childhood hizophrenia b. involve bacterial and viral infections . Para praxis b. the first unit to appear in cognitive development is: a. equilibrium e. have a sexual bases c. inadequate super ego development e. overly severe toilet training b. autism 727) Which of the following concludes the processes that allow a child to move from one stage of development to he next in Piaget’s theory of child development? a. infants in the fondling home (having less contact with other people) scored better on several developmental indices than those in the nursing home (where others visited) c.. autoerotic b. high occupational status father 720) Sequential studies of human development suggest that the growth of intelligence may continue through: a. accommodation b. fear of failure d. reaction formation d. working mother c. early childhood e. image c. all of these f. c. equilibration c. failure to understand or grasp the problem b. anal e. concept 722) According to Freud. convulsive reflex 724) In comparing health behavior of younger and older people. old age c. by 1 year. less positive health status more vulnerability to health threats decline in regular physical activity improvement of eating habits 725) In Rene Spitz’s classic study of sensory deprivation. d. it begins to develop during the first 2 years of life c. rule b. most infants in the fondling home could not walk or talk e. the pleasure principle c. primary process d. inappropriate identification c. sign of Babinski d. phallic 723) A prominent “embracing” response that can elicited in a newborn infant by a sudden change in the head position is called the: a. working father e. insufficient knowledge e. startle allows reflex e. infants’ language development b. infant carry response b. after 1 or 3 years. repression 719) According to current research. amount of crying done by infant d. reinforcement d. have a genetic bases b. primate hug c. anxiety neurosis e. older people report all these EXCEPT: a. late adolescence d. oral d. mother in a traditionally masculine occupations d. stranger anxiety d. he found all of these to be true EXCEPT that: a. resistance e.

need reduction by nursing e. normative and objective method refers to: a. Piaget c. sophisticated technique for measuring the accuracy of a persons perception pf reality c. none of these 743) Institutionalization during infancy often involves all these consequences EXCEPT: a. none of these 742) Which of these reflected Erickson’s Theory of life cycle and growth of the ego? a. as people age. the essential components of a psychotherapeutic process involves: a. but a qualitative acquisition of a different form of intelligence e. contact comfort d. interpretation of unconscious process e. apprehension b. just as is the case in childhood and adolescence. self-esteem tend to be positively influenced by: a. therapist unconditional positive regard b. autonomy versus dependence 740) The environmental factor with the most under used potential for developing cognitive and interpersonal competence in children is the: a. cultural influences are of minor importance c. sexual device is crucial in determining the development of sense of identity b. none of the above mentioned 732) 733) Harry Harlow’s work with inanimate surrogate mothers for children suggests that the early experience is critical to the ultimate development of “love” is: a. people are burdened with too many ego function 737) In Carl Roger’s personality theory. phases of development are characterized in turn by aggressive. association with persons possessing a higher sense of self-worth c. ego maturation is genetically predetermined. the belief that only homosexual and drug users gets AIDS d. smiling d. health care system e. a therapist empathy on the child c. abnormal behavioral patterns . used of “ink blot” techniques b. all of the above mentioned f. there are predominant and universal development stages in adulthood f. maternal stimulation Emotional expression involving a stereotyped sequence of fixed action patterns include: a. all of these f. predictions of behavior on the basis of data from personality tests e. the superego contains the: a. predictions of behavior on the basis of intensive interviewing d. adult cognitive changes may show quantitative reduction on an ability test. changes in adult occur in all areas of development (cognitive. Murray e. reflection of the child’s feelings d. a sense of vulnerability c. identity versus role confusion d. frequent sexual contact b. sympathetic explanations of continuous negative feedback or comparisons e. a way of reality evaluating personality rather than of simply assessing how a person behaves 735) In Erickson’s Theory.Page 43 of 104 731) College students are considered to be at risk for AIDS because of: a. there is an increasing range of differences between individuals c. poor linguistic organization during early childhood b. trust versus mistrust b. positive reinforcement b. community mental health center d. achievement. pleasure principle e. aching c. family setting c. significant development changes continue to occur throughout adulthood b. intimacy versus isolation c. initiative versus guilt e. later impairment of motor skills d. physical. reality principle b. child welfare agency 741) All of these research findings on adult development are true EXCEPT that: a. all of these 736) According to Freud. nurturance and power motives e. none of these 738) Which of these personality theorists strongly emphasized the importance of unconscious determinants? a. feedback of success and failures d. be protected form danger c. deficits in concept formation and abstract thinking c. and socialpersonal) d. affective. Freud b. Shiner d. all of these f. startle response 734) An assessment of personality. conscience d. there are eight stages characterized by crisis whose satisfactory resolution is essential d. analytic depression e. school b. all of these c. Kevin 739) Erickson views the stage of young adulthood as being best described by a crisis of: a. know flush response e. the belief that educated people are not apt to get AIDS e. ego ideal f. opportunities for favorable social comparison b.

all of these f. infants between 12 and 18 months will intentionally use a word appropriate to the situation d. adolescence 745) Stages in the child’s normal development of speech are characterized by all of these statements EXCEPT that: a. the development of guilt as a reaction to transgressions is fostered by parental warmth c. experience parental pressure to restrict food intake b. children who experience gender reassignment after the age of 2 are considered to be high-risk candidates for psychological disorders d. higher rates of infant mortality d. matches simple shapes and sizes. interpret presence of other people as a sign signal for eating e. the first words spoken are usually nouns d. infants 4 to 5 months old will repeat sounds they hear c. children between 3 and 4 years of age are able to make gender-appropriate choices to western stereotypes e. inadequate parental care c. experience parental pressure to restrict food intake b. between 1 and 6 months. childhood e. gender-related differences in play behavior are evident as early as 13 months b. and may talk about his fears d. older children are likely than younger children to judge behavior as right or wrong in terms of its reinforcement outcome e. at 4 years. between 24 and 36 months. males are generally more aggressive in their play and problem-solving activities than are females c. females 3 to 5 years old appear to be more concerned about gender-appropriate play a activities than are males of similar age 747) Which of these statements about the development of moral standards during the childhood is true? a. all of these f.Page 44 of 104 744) The most rapid increasing rate of mortality is found in: a. vowels emerge in hierarchical order between ages 3 to 7 years e. perception of similarities. most children master all consonant sounds by the age of 3 to 3 ½ years c. be blamed by their parents for weight mood d. infants invent new noises and experiment with them b. at 18 months. all of these f. begins many questions with “what”. girls are among apt to: a. fright and pain b. infancy d. communication from others concerning similarities d. only at puberty do a child’s moral standards become independent of external rewards and punishments b. middle age b. the development of moral reasoning is independent of general intellectual maturation 748) Compared with pregnant women aged 20-25. a child begins to follow simple one-part directions. eat in response to negative and positive mood c. old age c. physical and behavioral b. and infers causes from observing effects b. can give his first and last name. none of these 753) Biological changes in the adolescent years include: . at 2 years. all of these f. imitation of parental mannerisms c. none of these 749) In comparing overweight adolescent boys and girls. imitates people in his or her environment. higher rates of birth defects and mental retardation e. none of these 750) Children develop identification with a parent as a result of: a. the child begins to learn about time sequences. all of these f. attempts new solutions to old problems. pregnant adolescence are apt to: a. and may arrange several words in grammatically incorrect sentences c. attractiveness of the parent e. the child should have a vocabulary of about 1500 words 746) Research findings on early gender-role identification and behavior show that all these statements are true EXCEPT that: a. by 48 months of age. none of these 752) Which of these characterize language development is childhood? a. the child asks many “why” questions talks in sentences using four or more words. infants use 200 to 300 words in phrases and two and twoword sentences e. infants 15 to 20 weeks of age use different patterns of vocalization to identify discomforts such hunger. the child may begin many questions with “how”. absolute moral judgments than those 7 or 8 years of age d. knows the days of the week and can follow a three-step direction in proper order e. at 3 years. children of 11 or 12 years of age are more likely to make inflexible. none of these 751) Which of these patterns show cognitive skills of early childhood? a.

promising to give the desired object as soon as possible b. a. inter-individual variability is decreased with aging d. libido 759) A person who engenders intolerable amounts of hostility may become the object of excessive affection. none of these 757) A Sigmund Freud. children 7 to 9 years of age realize the inevitability of death for all living things. they are frightened of nightmare at a relatively age from 3 to 4 years e. the early childhood as the origin of emotional disorders d. repression b. reduced external stimulation. there is more age-related decline found in longitudinal methods than in cross-sectional methods c. displacement d. life style and experience play a major in retention of various cognitive functions e. the average now is under 13 years of age c. an Austrian physician is credited for originating or popularizing the following: a. no longer fell responsible for the death of others. He may conceptualize himself as: a. a growth spurt for boys with peak velocity at 12 years of age d. he may wish to use a spoon while feeding himself e. playing with him music and dance 764) Which of the following situations do children learn language skills? a. guilty d. they start when the child is able to talk b. reaction formation e. suppression c. menarche at anytime between 10 to 16 ½ years of age. none of these 758) Both sexes if preschoolers are said to place a great value on the penis. all of these f. a growth spurt for girls with peak velocity at 14 years of age b. children 5 to 6 years old fantasize that the dead person continues to experience emotion and biological function in the grave d. identity c. oedipus complex c. toddler phase constitutes the period in which the child must establish a sense of: a. responding to stimulation from familiar children and adults d. they are experienced as pleasant more often as a preschooler grows older c. the id ego and super ego e. role confusion b. It develops into a: a. ignoring his behavior. mistrusting e. separation is more apt to be experienced as synonymous with death b. remove any objects which might prove injurious e. with boys treasuring their sex organ and fearing some injury to it or attack upon it by hostile others. the child may attempt to stand c. providing an activity other than the desired object c. through the spoken word d. when being pulled to a sitting position. This is a defense mechanism called: a. between birth and 2 years of age. The wisest approach in dealing with the situation is: a. all of these f. growth of testes beginning as early as age of 9 ½ or a late age of 13 ½ and ending at anytime between ages 13 ½ and 17 years e. none of these 756) Significant changes in physiological and cognitive functioning develop with age. all of these b. all of these f. penis envy e. electra complex b. none of these c. inadequate and inferior 762) An infant at 7 months may have his psychomotor skills like: a. industry b. the classic psychoanalytic “couch” technique of retracting past experience c. and yet feel that death can be avoided e. basic trust d.Page 45 of 104 a. finds his abilities wanting and discouraged in his development of industriousness. children 3 or 4 years of age believe that a toy feels pain when it is broken c. by trials of using words appropriately . smiles and laugh aloud often. by imitating sound e. identification 760) In Erickson’s theory. uncoordinated movements of the and arm begin to progress to definite reaching and grasping b. none of these 755) Concepts of death and pain at various stages of the child development include that: a. none of these 754) This is a true statement regarding childhood dreams. none of these 763) An angry. all of these f. all of these f. intra-individually variability is decreased with aging b. the unconscious mind b. they increase in frequency as child approaches the age of 5 d. shame and doubt c. castration anxiety d. all of these f. frustrated toddler in the midst of tantrum cannot be effectively dealt with by reasoning or threats. autonomy e. Studies of aging show that: a. attracting him with another object d. initiative 761) A child entering a school age period.

is less rebellious d. flexibility with predictability c. constipation. which one could you expect Nora to exhibit or manifest? a. installation of values c. live in air environment with spiritually inclined neighbor 766) A child learning to undress sees the activity as: a. 4. is serious about self and abilities c. helpful and advisory d. You had noted irritation of the eyes. spontaneous playfulness c. 1. have a family that interacts most of the time e. compassionate and tender 776) You encountered an 11 year old drug user who is incoherent. 4. discipline should be motivated by love and should have as its objective the child’s longrange best interest b. giddy and euphoric. 1. receive little verbal instruction and socially and economically deprived b. 2. social class c. cuts out one’s attention 3. builds five-block gate from model 4. punishment c. 2. confidence e. firm and directive b. inability to achieve anything 779) Lyn. What is the best intervention or management control effective in working with substance abuse people? a. 2. change 772) A Freudian Slip. emotional. love c. receive a noisy verbal communication c. a self of self-encouragement 767) What is the correct sequence of motor activity that belongs to 4-year-old children? 1. serious attitude d. genetic vulnerability e. 3. discipline should NOT be limited to hazardous activities affecting the physical. age b. 5 c. insistence that things be done her way e. frequently receive non-verbal gestures d. regains contact of reality e. reworking c. bad breath e. denial of personal limitations b. 4. uses adult speech forms b. realizes that hand washing need to be frequent 778) Nora was diagnosed with personality disorder with compulsive traits. nose and mouth and susect inhalation abuse. means to attract one’s attention d. inability to make decisions b. repeats six-syllable sentences d. 1. has dream and nightmares b. wherein one’s true but hidden feelings or thoughts are revealed by the child is an example of what coping mechanisms: a. 5 e. 3. 3. 1. The patient will not be able to stop her compulsive washing routines until she: a. the child should know why is being disciplined and should be helped to identify acceptable alternatives to his misbehavior d. no longer needs the manage her feelings of anxiety d. ability to challenge e. and slow heartbeat. intact family d.Page 46 of 104 765) Children who consequently test low in verbal development are usually those who: a. She expresses a . regression d. 3. all of these f. 14 years old is assessed of amenorrhea. subjective and nonjudgmental e. repression e. recognizes the behavior is unrealistic c. Of the following behaviors. ineffective measures should be corrected 771) The essential foundation that must be established in the therapeutic relationship is: a. sweating c. resistance 773) Which of these factors is considered a risk factor for childhood disorder? a. a practice to one’s sexual curiosity e. accepts responsibility for facts e. none of these 770) These are all the guidelines helpful to parents and other adults in relating to young children EXCEPT: a. discipline should be consistent c. vomiting d. Which sign is most indicative of inhalant abuse? a. accomplishment b. 5 768) A 5 year old child’s verbal abilities include all these EXCEPT it: a. relation b. relation b. 4 b. 5 d. sudden fear b. hits nail head with hammer a. copies square 5. finds speech more important in peer relationships c. “bad trip” 777) Nora 10 years old is undergoing obsessivecompulsive behavior and 5 to times wash her hand in an hour’s time. inability to alter plans d. participates in conversation without monopolizing it e. guilt shows that he/she: a. throws ball overhand 2. trust d. acquires more super ego strength b. or social well-being of the child e. talks constantly 769) A 5 year old child in Erickson’s stage of initiative vs. calmness with respect 775) Paul 12 years has been addicted to prohibited drugs for 2 years now. social support 774) What are the most important skills one must have when working with adolescent in the classroom? a. 2.

quickly leave their mother’s side and explore their surroundings b. egocentrism 791) The quantitative or measurable aspect of an individual’s increase in physical measurements is: a.Page 47 of 104 distorted body image and fear of being fat. none of these 780) When family is participating in the therapy. It most likely that Angela is: a. Sara is likely to: a. what is the priority issue that must be confronted resolved? a. conversion disorder e. easily frustrated and irritable when her mother is absent c. human infants do not have well-defined critical periods for the formation of a motherinfant attachment d. The rape victim didn’t talk. encounter some difficulty in overcoming the limitation of egocentrism c. These are signs and symptoms of: a. all of these f. Wong believes that children who are not responsive to parenting during the first 2 months of life will never develop basic trust toward the world. He understands. egocentrism e. physical development d. achieve formal operational intelligence more quickly than the average child e. as long as she can breed-fed her baby. democratic b. The defense mechanism being used is: a. Obviously. critical stage d. According to Erickson. no lasting damage will be done e. insecure attachment 789) In an unfamiliar but pleasing setting. operational stage c. family c. rejecting-neglecting 785) Gilbert notices that his sausage is sliced into six pieces. depression c. plasticity b. sensorimotor e. infants with an insecure attachment to their mothers are likely to: a. regression b. temperament e. responsive parent who consistently satisfies the needs of Sara. Carol should be told that: a. rationalization d. finances e. denial e. Wong believes that this period is a(n) _____ for learning basic trust. developmental crisis b. preoccupation b. a. is withdrawn and depressed. This indicates that Gilbert has by now reached the _____ stage of development. divorce b. where her 3-year old sister is typically relaxed and fearless. egocentric e. replication . demonstrate unusually low levels of stranger anxiety e. little Sara tenaciously clings to her mother’s skirt. Psychologists would characterize the Albertson’s as _____ parents. Linda’s parents have already reported the matter to the police and initial investigation showed rape. formal operational d. outgoing and successful in her interactions with other children e. development b. abuse d. accommodation b. none of these 788) Instead of happily exploring the attractive toys located in the pediatrician’s waiting room. The two sisters are most striking different in: a. all of these f. bulimic syndrome b. maturation d. show little distress when their mothers physically leave them alone in the strange setting c. physical contact with her infant immediately after birth would not contribute to the development of mother-infant attachment c. Cushing syndrome d. habituation d. assimilation c. show indifference or hostility toward their mothers when they return after a period of absence d. unusually intelligent b. permissive c. all of these f. concrete operational 786) Dr. all of these f. none of these 784) The Albertson’s establish and enforce rules for the children to follow. They give reasons for the rules and invite their teenagers to join the discussion when new rules are being made. physical growth e. Sara most clearly shows signs of: a. Dr. infants should be left physically undisturbed during the first few hours of life so they can rest b. that his brother’s sausage is not actually any larger than his own. from a life long attitude of basic trust toward the word b. encounter some difficulty in forming an attachment to her father d. her infant daughter. repression 782) Three-year old Angela has a story of being securely attached to her mother. none of these 783) Marly is a sensitive. a. form a life-long attitude of basic trust toward the word 790) Four-year old Lynnae is usually timid and fearful. however. whereas his brother’s is sliced into nine pieces. sensorimotor stage e. authoritarian d. anxiety state c. preoccupied with maintaining close physical contact with her mother d. She was interrogated but didn’t respond. a. anorexia nervosa c. maturational span 787) Carol is stressed because post-child-birth complications prevented her from being in close physical contact with her child during its first few hours. control 781) Linda just turns 12 years old and sexually abused. conservation c.

Dunn 800) The theorist who view t hat the development of the mind as occurring thru adaptation to the environment via assimilation and accommodation: a. intimacy 804) Which of the following statements would be best for the school nurse to use when describing the onset of adolescence in boys and girls? a. initiative b. one’s mental capacity 798) The correct directions of human growth is: 1. 1. industry e. Piaget d. 3 c. or ideas. aging d. most development task are learned by school age e. social growth c. sexual growth for maturation 796) Which of the following tasks belongs to the fine motor development? a. lifts head and chest while prone b. 2. structuralism d. a. there is no specific uniform time for learning a task b. boys experience the onset of adolescence 3 to 4 years later than girls e. Maslow e. if follows a pattern 802) The school nurse discusses the eating habits of school-age children explaining to the parents that these habits are most influenced by: a. tasks occur with predictable rhythm d. Dunn 792) The qualitative or behavioral aspects of progressive adaptation to the environment is: a. purposive psychology c. behaviorism 806) The conception of experience at any given moment is determined by the totality of its related phases. life experience e.Page 48 of 104 c. which constitute an integrated pattern or configurations. tasks are learned at the same age in children c. parents encouraging their children to eat nutritious foods e. boys experience the onset of adolescence 1 to 2 years earlier than girls c. functionalism e. sexual age in aging e. autonomy c. development b. Freud b. gestalt psychology b. their attributes and the combinations. proximo-distal a. and feelings as well as analysis of these elements. environmental elements d. the atmosphere and examples provided by parents at mealtimes d. 1. disto-proximal 2. Freud b. learn to put words together c. sexual age b. images. height d. social growth 793) The process of becoming fully developed and grown is: a. the smell and the appearance of the food offered to them c. progression b. 1. Erickson 801) Learning process associated with a particular stage of development often are referred to as “developmental tasks. sits with support c. 2. gestalt psychology b. grasps and briefly hold objects and task them to mouth d. weight e. 3 The theorist who believes that each stage of development has a personality crisis in involving a major conflict that is critical at the time is: a. 4 799) d. a. functionalism e. physical development d. rolls over e. behaviorism . girls experience the onset of adolescence approximately 1 to 2 years earlier than boys d. purposive psychology c. EXCEPT: a. structuralism d. the central problem of adolescence is establishing a sense of: a. the infant relinquishes crawling for walking b.’ A characteristic of development task is that: a. girls and boys experience the onset of adolescence at approximately the same age b. stands alone 797) Growth and development are influenced by the following forces of the family. maturation e. peers b. 2 b. availability of foods 803) The school nurse discusses adolescent behavior with the parents explaining that according to Erickson. identity d. Maslow e. replication c. height capacity for growth c. replication 794) The following are measurable growth indicators. regression c. skeletal growth 795) Which of the following is an indicator of development and growth? a. cephalo-caudal 3. food preferences of their peers b. life expectancy c. Piaget d. caudo-cephalo 4. 4 e. physical growth e. Erickson c. weight increase in adulthood d. EXCEPT: a. girls experience the inset of adolescence 3 to 4 years later than boys 805) This is the point of view held by Wundt and Titchener that experience or mental states are made of sensations.

” a. aesthetic learning c. urges d. wants. none of these 821) “Going at once into water to learn how to swim. aesthetic learning c. inaction is annoying. functionalism e. aesthetic learning c. information. capacities and special aptitudes c. a. associative of learning b. aesthetic learning c. law of readiness 811) “Involves the use of muscles and bodily movements.” a. aesthetic learning c. Thorndike’s connectionism theory e.” a. law of readiness 812) “Involves the accurate and precise use of hands and feed in handling gadgets. law of readiness e. associative learning 820) “Learning based on association between stimuli and responses. gestalt theory e.” a. connectionism theory d. tools and equipments.” a. structuralism d. law of exercise e.” a. a. motor learning d. reflexes e.” a. law of theory of learning each of the following indicates: 810) “Acquisition of knowledge. machines . law of learning d. gestalt psychology b. motivation b. gestalt theory e. theory of generalization c. connectionism theory d. associative of learning b. connectionism theory d. gestalt psychology b. gestalt theory e. law of readiness 815) “Overcoming or removing difficulty to attain a goal. psychomotor learning b. cognitive learning e. aesthetic learning c. appreciation and judgments. gestalt psychology b. personality f. bodily movement coordination d. action is satisfying. behaviorism 808) Mental processes are functions or operations of the organism in its adaptation to and modification of its environment. law of readiness 817) “Coordinating the movements or reflexes of the different parts of the body to attain the desired performance of an activity. drives. connectionism theory d. facts. law of readiness c. functionalism e. manipulative dexterity d. aesthetic learning c. purposive psychology c. connectionism theory d. structuralism d. functionalism e. kind. aesthetic learning c. none of these 822) “When an organism is ready to act. a. associative of learning b. law of effect d.” a. law of readiness e. gestalt theory e. law of readiness 818) “Appreciation of the good and beautiful and abhorrence of the bad. associative of learning b. connectionism theory . associative of learning b. purposive psychology c. trial and error 814) Establishing the relationship between words and objects. law of readiness 819) “Development by reading and studying that enriches knowledge. behaviorism 809) These are inborn automatic response to simple localizes stimulation involving particular muscles and parts of the body. connectionism theory d. law of readiness 823) “Learning is strengthened if it gives satisfaction to the leaner.” a. none of these 816) “Formation of values. law of readiness Identify what type. manipulative dexterity 813) “Performing a series of solutions to a problem until the right one is found. law of learning b. between principles and situations. needs. temperament or emotion b.” a. associative of learning b. cognitive learning c. connectionism theory d. and between ides and things. cognitive learning c. gestalt theory b. associative of learning b. associative of learning b.Page 49 of 104 807) The stimulus-response theory believes every stimulus creates a response where activities can be measured objectively. motor learning g e. structuralism d. a.” a. attitudes. cognitive learning c. Psychomotor learning b.” a. purposive psychology c. aesthetic learning e. gestalt theory e.” a. ideas and concepts.

law of readiness 824) “The more a connection is repeated. theory of generalization b.” a. law of readiness 833) “Braille reading as form of learning. none of these 830) “Similar to the Gestalt theory. feudalistic education c. the stronger it becomes. theory of configuration The most important educational contribution made by the primitive people who influence our modern societies was their _____. crude sciences c. connectionism theory d. perenialism c. a. drilled upon or reviewed. personality f. none of these e. a. transformation and evaluation.” a. Positivism d. vocational education d.” a. theory of configuration b. associative of learning b. classical conditioning theory c. associative of learning b. theory of generalization d. law of readiness e. operant conditioning theory b. Existentialism e. theory of configuration e. this refers to the unified or total pattern of organization of a learning situation so that the components lose their identity. motivation 836) Which of the philosophical position could plausibly be taken to support the practice of allowing students to choose their own educational goals and experiences? a. wants. law of readiness 834) Learning how to write a story or a novel. connectionism theory d.” a. These points to ___. congenital theory d. needs. classical conditioning theory c. none of these 828) The behavior of the individual is the result of the interaction between internal forces (individual’s traits) and external forces (environment). connectionism theory 831) “Experiences in one situation can be applied in another learning situation. classical conditioning theory c. law of effect e. connectionism theory d. law of readiness c. This is achieved by ____. reflexes e. capacities and special aptitudes c.” a. upon the ringing of a bell.” a. theory of generalization c. scholastic education b. urges d. law of effect e. law of readiness 825) “The dog. putting the emphasis on physical education c. theory of generalization b. classical conditioning theory e. theory of configuration e.” a. theory of generalization b. monastic education 839) The Athenian ideal of education was the formation of a cultural soul in a graceful and symmetrical body. essentialism 837) 829) “Learning. connectionism theory d. a. classical conditioning theory c.” a. salivates whether food is presented or not. associative of learning b. law of effect e.Page 50 of 104 d. associative of learning b. initiation ceremonies and animism b. law of readiness 832) “Learning with reflex action. cognitive learning c. law of readiness 827) Use of insight and understanding in learning. connectionism theory d. classical conditioning theory c. bodily movement coordination d. theory of configuration e. classical conditioning theory c. sensory learning d. Psychomotor learning b. motor learning e.” a. religion and philosophies e. aesthetic learning c. saracenic education d. realism b. involves acquisition. gestalt theory e. body and soul . aesthetic learning c." a. a. drives. a. connectionism theory d. a well balanced development of mind. law of effect e. connectionism theory d. law of readiness 826) An individual tends to repeat a rewarding behavior or situation and avoid unpleasant ones. law of readiness 835) Furnishes explanations of mental and emotional maladjustments in terms of the inability of the individual to satisfy his own desires and emphasizes the values of mental and emotional therapy as cure for emotional cases or problems. temperament or emotion b. using the seven liberal arts b. vocational education 838) Education during this period was essentially intellectual discipline based on rational arguments.

practice the golden rule c. practice an all embracing love b. These thoughts from part of ____ philosophy. social economic or political status or the like d. Confucius c. Aristotle b. all people were free to get education b. adopting the philosophy “Know thyself” 840) 841) 842) 843) 844) 845) Which of the following illustrates the Christian perspective of democracy in education? a. pre-school b. Hebrews c. Greeks 855) Ancient Chinese education consisted of: a. St. Formal c. Hebrews c. Kung-fu-tsu b. all people shall go to heaven . Shintoism b. Hindus b. education subsidized by the government c. Socrates d. Agustine c. Plato 850) The inclusion of Logic in the curriculum is perhaps an influence of the importance of logic that ____ stressed. Buddha b. Chinese d. Hindus d. education of all human beings without distinction of race. Plato d. None of these 856) Education in ancient India was based on their caste system. love one another d. Taoism d. memorization and exact imitation of the works of Confucius mastery of mathematics and sciences c. including that of the Philippines. Confucianism c. which system was first and has remained a partner of other system of education? a. values education 848) The emphasis is given on respect and care for the aged in Value Education classes goes along with teaching of an Oriental philosopher by the name of __ a. be natural According to Confucius. a. mastery of numerous technically alphabet and languages b. The Hedonists b. Socrates 854) To occupy a government position. a. Chinese d. From whom did this influence come? a. Confucius’s teaching is in support of – a. Mohammad Which of the following ways of life refer to Taoism? a. which means: a. Aristotle b. Kung-fu-tzu c. The individual soul is part of his absolute soul. A & B answers d. Lao tsu 849) The current emphasis on the development of critical thinking by the use of philosophic methods that emphasize debate and discussion began with ___ a. Upon whose teaching is this based? a. equal opportunities of educating men and women This 18th century doctrine advocates for education in accordance with nature. Educator who holds this view stressed that in learning the child should be ____. allowed to develop according to his own inner impulses and inclinations c. what you sow you reap. Hebrew b. by force d. education for the men only e. education was informal d. education for all d. Confucius c. back-to-basics c. are words often said when Filipinos attempt to explain a misfortune perceived to be rightly deserved by someone. trained in accordance with the standards set by the teacher In the history of educational system. Informal d. a. non-formal If a ruler wants to maintain himself in power he must govern by moral power. what is the best way to rule a people and attain harmony? a. The Humanists d. one had to pass an examination of Confucian thought. moral recovery program b. Hindu 852) The law of karma. Mo tsu d. Greek c. subjected to a specific regimen or training d. Lao Tzu d. by consulting the governed c. education controlled by the government b. naturally disciplined for him to concentrate more b. Hsun tsu c. Zen Buddhism 847) Confucius asserted that in teaching there should be no distinction of classes. The Scholastics 851) Spiritual training disciplines both mind and body. This originated from the __ a. by allowing people to do as they please b. education was reserved for the upper class Brahman c. by moral example 846) The cultivation of reflective and meditative skills in teaching is an influence of – a. Chinese 853) The commonly used question-and-answer method that includes debate and discussion is in consonance with the method of ___ a. Greeks b.Page 51 of 104 d.

development of well-rounded personality e. mathematics. liberal education b. Olympics games d. Passing government examination is useless 860) Egyptian’s ancient picture – writing system is known as____. Lyceum . philosophy 864) Greeks’ first Olympic games were held to honor ____. intellectual development 863) Aside from the liberal and democratic education. physical development c. gods and goddesses c. Hieroglyphics e. religious education by Rabbis – who were teacher priest d. all of these e. Odysseus e. Vocational training. athletes’ d. Warrior class c. military academy c. c. None of these 858) Which of the following describes education in ancient Egypt? a. bible and the Talmud c. a. Artesian or Industrial class d. A & C answers e. Both Hindus and Christians emphasized religion and morality d. none of these 867) The modern Greek scholars who wandered from place to place and taught lesson for a free were known as ____. grammatists – teacher of letters d. Philosophical class b. a. embalming. democracy. all of these e. Solon c. none of these 862) Ancient Greek’s liberal education was intended for _____. eternal peace and enjoyment b. Both Hindus and Christians believe in the same God c. conversational method was used b. Who should be the guardians or rulers of the society? a. paedotribe – teacher of gymnasts c. Philosophers b. at birth. Kitharist d. Grammatists 868) Which of the following does not belong to Ancient Athenian schools? a. all of these e. palaestra b. mythology e. the child is taken cared by the mother but at the age of seven he is turned over the paidonomous d. synagogues temple schools b. in household as well. kitharist – music teacher. astronomy. authoritarian government b. a. philosophers and scientists e. freedom of thoughts. a. Both Hindus and Christians aim for unity. scriba 861) Ancient Jewish education is associated with _____. a. paedotribe c. Passing civil service exam is a requirement for employment d. Parable. Papyrus d. a.Page 52 of 104 857) There is similarity between the Hindu-philosophy and Christian religion in the sense that: a. none of these 869) Greek’s Homeric ideal was the Man of Action typified by _____. Zeus b. Hercules c. none of the above 866) Which of the following describes the Greek City of Athens? a. grammar school. military city state. religious and moral purposes b. education was a family responsibility. palaestra – gymnastic school b. harmony. Achilles d. None of these 859) Ancient China’s educational practice is comparable to the present practice in Philippines bureaucracy as: a. dead ancestors 865) Which of the following describes the Greek City of Sparta? a. all of the above e. god and goddesses 871) The school established by Plato was known as ______. expression and religion c. Every examination that an individual passed has a corresponding decoration in dresses. Sophists e. Pericles 870) Plato proposed that the society should be divided into classes of people based on their talents and intelligence. moral-spiritual development d. a. Apprenticeship method was used in teaching skills c. none of these c. music school. Greek’s contributions to the world include: a. B & C answers e. science class e. mathematics were taught in the temples d. every male child is given a pedagogues or a tutor for good and responsible citizen d. Analects of Confucius are taught in schools b. king or rulers b. all of these b.

a. Parable method b. Ecclesiastical control in the study of Seven Liberal Arts . Manual labor was emphasized as indolence was termed the enemy of the soul. Julius Caesar 880) Christianity became official religion of the Roman empire by successive decree issued by the Emperor. Plato’s trivium of grammar. military training using the biography methods c. None of these 881) “For many are called but few are chosen: is the Christ’s teaching method called ____. Respect for parents. Pompeii c. Athenians emphasized freedom. All of these e. d. Dialectic method e. rhetoric. St. b. patria protestas d. Nero d. a. and philosophy while Spartans were on physical fitness. Augustine d. Julius Caesar b. fine arts 882) A school called _ provided early Christian education for few converts. humanities c. None of these 876) Roman education focused more attention on: a. arts. None of these 878) The Roman father’s right over his children was known as: a. rhetoric. Secondary-school of the Grammaticus or Literatus c. Christianity e. Athenians emphasized physical and military warfare. a. d. c. social science d. D. All of these e. Seneca c. organization characterized by strict observance of the rules of poverty. Conversional method d. potestas dominica b. philosophy and poetry. familias reglas c. c. All of these e. c. c. Demonsthenes e. b. Divine method 874) Music.Page 53 of 104 b. Peter 886) The Seven Liberal Arts as literary heritage of monasticism exclude ____. in the filed of physics they produced. The Roman Senate d. a. and dialectic b. Constantine e. St. 885) Monastic rules were formulated by ____. manus e. Religious education included logic. discipline and military warfare. painting. Quadrivium of arithmetic. Religious education was strict. d. Proverbial or gnomic method c. while Spartans were totalitarian. arts. Athenians emphasized music. government b. None of these 884) Which of the following describes monasticism? a. Christianity d. B & C answers e. Practical education. Cicero b. St. behavioral science e. a. cosmopolitan 883) Which of the following describes medieval period. Herodutos b. studying and praying. middle age or Dark Age? a. a. emphasizing the study of orator. a. Higher education or rhetoric schools d. 476 to the beginning of the Renaissance period about 1333. Quintilian d. socialistic in nature. St. Augustus Caesar 873) Which of the following is not a contribution by the Romans? a. d. Benedict e. None of these. Catechetical c. b. Latin Language b. The Laws of the Twelve Tables c. Archimedes d. None of these 877) Which of the following is not a Roman school? a. arts. Augustus Caesar 872) Greek university of Alexandria had excellent products like Euclid in the field of geometry. Catechumenal d. Monks spent their lives in working. Refers to the span of time from the downfall of the Roman Empire in the year A. e. University of Alexandria Academy University of Athens University of Sparta 879) The greatest Roman orator who rose to power. a. chastity and obedience. geometry music and astronomy c. Elementary-school of the literature or Ludi Magister b. rigid and punishment was severe. laws. while the Spartans focused more on music. Cathedral e. John c. Cicero e. Episcopal b. a. Erasthosthenes c. Thomas Aquinas b. veritas 875) The difference between the ancient Greek Athenians and Spartans was the fact that ____. All of these e. St. dominica b. sculpture and others are often by modern societies as ____. philosophy and brings reason to faith.

guild school c. such as history. social studies and sciences d. truths scholastic claimed possessed formal value as much of their activities consisted merely of endless and profitless discussion about words and terms. was known as _____. a continuation of humanistic subjects such as history. Counter – Reformation b. especially in Catholic seminars. the invention of the printing press and other events d. ethics. establishing churches d. b. Revolution d. Buddhism based on Gantama Buddha’s teaching c. experimentation b. Anselm d. man is rational who has to use reason to support his religious beliefs c. Confucianism based on Confucius Analects d. society 899) As an offshoot of the influence of Scholasticism. education was a social discipline where a boy of noble birth had to pass the stages of page. squire. that is China under Kublai Khan c. d. education was an intellectual discipline b. St. education was for intellectual discipline through sciences and mathematics d. protecting the interests of middle class such as skilled craftsman. Contradiction 895) Catholics’ response to demands for change and liberalization of the Church practices leading to the establishment of Jesuits orders and La Salle was known as ____. a. philosophy c. science. logic. the school. nonformal school Six hundred years after birth of Christ a new religion. Thomas Aquinas c. Islam based on the Quran or Koran Holy Scripture b. St. mathematic subjects. None of these 893) Renaissance was characterized by as a ____. All of these e. fascinating stories of Marco Polo about the wealth and technology of the East. serving the royal families c. a. none of these 897) Scholasticism is a philosophy which states that ___. attitudes. a. burgher school 892) e. spiritual and rational in nature d. e. founded by Mohammed took root in Arabia. None of these 888) The foremost proponent of scholastic movement who wrote the Summa Theological that became the basis of the majority of the doctrines of the Catholic Church was ____. a. all of these e. St.Page 54 of 104 d. use of the vernacular instead of Latin ion the Church d. None of these 887) Which of the following describes Scholasticism? a. which served as a vocational school for the craft guild or skilled workers. 896) Social Transformation Religious Exaltation Institutional Development Social Reform The content of education during the reformation includes the ____. B & C e. Augustine 889) Which of the following does not describe Chivalry a. education was for the development of wellrounded personality 890) The Guild-System was established for the purpose of ____. attacking the moors as religious enemies through the “Crusades” e. a. businessmen b. religion. vocational-technical courses . These Arabs who were also known as Saracens among the moors of Spain established a religion known as _____. all of these e. and knighthood. was known as ____. education was limited to warfare and religion c. All of these e. present education. must include the following subjects in the curricula: a. a. emotion s. c. merchant school b. Reformation c. values e. a. St. man is both physical. Transformation e. a. Hinduism based on Vedas Scripture e. physical body b. chanty school d. none of these 891) Under the Guild System. the purpose of the movement was to bring reason to faith and support theology by using logic c. d. spirit or school c. which is the result of the alleged abuses of Catholic Church led by Martin Luther. natural science c. Benedict e. a. Transfiguration b. school is the only source of learning b. none of these 894) A movement. study of bible and all the skills required to understand it b. a. None of these 898) The aim of Scholastic education is to discipline man’s _____. St. Paul b. revival of ancient learning brought about the discovery of the “New World” b. intellect or mind d.

information was transmitted through ___. a. Hindu scientific and philosophical knowledge 916) The outstanding contribution to education of the early Hindu period is: a. Veda of Charms 914) Vedas are composed of collection of ancient religious wisdom. veda of psalms and verses d. Veda of Charms c. to write d. songs d. veda of psalms and verses d. preacher b. Kshatriyas b. hero 908) During the early Egyptian education. they used the hieroglyphics form of writing. the gift of Nile. Veda of Sacred Formulas b. Greece c. cuneiform writing b. decimal system of arithmetical notation 905) Egypt. a. They worshipped the sun god. Brahmas 906) The Egyptians were polytheistic. The government of Egypt was autocratic. there was no reading or writing. Hindu scientific and philosophical knowledge 913) Vedas are composed of collection of ancient religious wisdom. geometrical measurement and surveying d. Hindu scientific and philosophical knowledge c. a. Ra or Amon Ra c. to read b. decimal system of arithmetical notation 910) Vedas are composed of collection of ancient religious wisdom. which flooded the country from August to October. compilation of ethics. aware c. free development of all human capacities . customs and traditions b. kitharist 907) During the early Egyptian education. Veda of Chants d. The Greek words “glypho” a. sacred b. Veda of psalms and verses b. started the rudiments of education from which evolved the modern educational systems c. ____. Hindu scientific and philosophical knowledge c. namlulu c.Page 55 of 104 e. Veda of Charms 915) Vedas are composed of collection of ancient religious wisdom. administration of civil service examination b. “ Sama Veda” means: a. customs and traditions b. head c. however. is situated in the in the northern part of the African continent. to carve c. customs and traditions d. geometrical measurement and surveying d. ummia d. Veda of Sacred Formulas b. Pariahs d. The river flows into the Mediterranean Sea. they used the hieroglyphics form of writing. namlulu b. villain d. teacher d. Veda of Charms c. Ancient Egypt was a desert country watered only by the Nile River. community service 900) The present military training for our schools came from ___. a. Sparta b. ruled by a king called ___. Veda of psalms and verses b. word of mouth c. The Greek words “hieros” a. Veda of Charms c. cuneiform writing b. compilation of ethics. a. all of the above 903) Among the aims of Sumerian education was to train the learners to be good and to do good things especially to their god and to humanity called ___. Hindu scientific and philosophical knowledge 912) Vedas are composed of collection of ancient religious wisdom. “ Yajur Veda” means: a. Veda of Psalm and Verses d. a. Their organization was tribal not political. warrior 902) During the primitive education. which is. “The Code of Manu” means: a. Rome 901) Life among primitive or tribal people was very simple. started the rudiments of education from which evolved the modern educational systems c. “Rig Veda” means: a. compilation of ethics. their ___ is usually the oldest or the wisest among members of the clan. “ Atharva Veda” means a. Hindu scientific and philosophical knowledge 911)Vedas are composed of collection of ancient religious wisdom. Osiris d. Athens c. leaving behind a very rich black earth. Veda of Charms c. Veda of Psalms and Verses d. Pharoah ` c. ra or amon ra b. to see 909) The outstanding contribution to education of the early Egyptian period is: a. Seth 904) The outstanding contribution to education by the Sumerian period is: a. ceremonial rites b. “The Angas” means: a.

Epicurean School b. Muslim 924) The word Islam is the infinitive of the Arabic verb aslama which means: a. School of Philosophy c. Epicurean School 929) Greek’s Iliad and Odyssey were the famous mythology written by: a. Socrates b. Ancient Roman education d. School of the Academy 928) To occupy a government position. School of Lyceum d. Which of these countries already practiced the type of education. decimal system of arithmetical notation 917) The basic of philosophy of early Chinese education was based on the writings of ____ and other Chinese philosophers. Ancient Oriental education c. University of Athens b. which is the forerunner of vocational education today? a. Achilles c. Egypt d. Mao Tse Tung b. From whom did this influence come? a. Chinese 921) A philosophical school established by Aristotle is known as: a. give the students freedom to express ideas in any way c. Socrates 918) A philosophical school established by Socrates where the inductive method was mainly used is known as: a. the universal is implanted in the object and the universal is comprehended by the mind of man after the object. Hindus b. Muhammad d. Confucius c. a. a. reward the good students and punish the misbehaving ones A philosophical school formed by the fusion of the Socrates School of Philosophy and the Isocratic School of Rhetorics is known as: a. India b. Hebrews c. Greece c. Thomas Aquinas c. University of Athens d. use of the vernacular as a tool of teaching b. China 933) Which of these can best describe the essence of ancient education in India? d. School of the Lyceum c. Plato c. As a teacher. progressivism b. School of Philosophy b. Plato d. a. Epicurean School 919) 926) The following are outstanding contribution of American education except one: a. Gau Tamma c. Romulus Augustus 923) The Islam religion was founded by: a. Plato d. to worship 925) The following are some of the outstanding contribution of Muslim education to the present educational system. School of the Lyceum c. consider your students as capable of independence learning b. Greeks . School of the Lyceum 920) A philosophical school established by Plato is known as: a. one had to pas s an examination on Confucian thought. to believe b. how can you show your being democratic? a. replacing the roman numerals with figures borrowed from the Hindus d. School of the Academy b.Page 56 of 104 c. close coordination between theory and practice 927) The Greek’s legacy to the world is democracy. Abelard b. Mohammed b. algebra and trigonometry in the field of mathematics c. provided the foundation of modern academic freedom d. Herodotus 930) The most famous sophist who said that “man is the measure of all things” was: a. using the laboratory and experimental method in the teaching of science d. to surrender b. Seneca 931) The root of the present system of formal education can be traced to the ancient times. Anselm d. Early Christian education 932) Vocational education responds to the need of middle level manpower and skilled labor in any society. School of the Academy c. University of Athens d. graduate school c. democratic education d. Aristotle e. Homer 922) The two camps were reconciled by ____ when he wrote in his Summa Theologiae. School of Academy d. treat everyone fairly in terms of learning opportunities d. Protagoras d. Ancient Greek education b. to praise c. Which of the ancient education accounts started formal education? a.

200-year-old tomb of Qin Shihuang shows much of China emperor extreme security. Greek b. Humanistic education c. love of nature 934) Which of these ancient Oriental philosophies stressed harmony with nature? a. by adapting the philosophy “know thyself” c. which adheres to the motto “To the greater glory of God. Athens Tutoring of learners is now practiced in our school provided it is not done by their own teacher but by an outsider. Make man distinctly civilized. Egyptians c. as what you wan others do unto to you”? a. Paolo Freire d. Buddhism d. religious discipline b. Greek 948) d. Roman 946) d. by giving more focus on health education b. Rationalism 935) The type of education was more of an intellectual discipline. They were: a. was handed down to Moses from Yahweh. Egyptians This type of ancient education was characterized by creative activity and logical thinking. use of reason c. Develop man into a thinking individual 943) The Athenian ideal of education is to form a cultural in a graceful and symmetrical body. body and soul 944) Basic education includes secondary education. a. the Almighty God. Roman This 2. Realistic d. They also became the first greatest sportsmen. Which of these Western philosophies influenced this practiced? a. Benedictines The present military training in our school curriculum is an influence of – a. love and hate can go together c. It gave us culture and enlightenment. Maria Montessori c. Hinduism 936) It is the belief of the Jewish people that the Torah. Sparta 942) 947) d.” a. Herbart Spencer b. a. Reformation 945) 937) The application of scientific knowledge to affair of daily life was the dominant theme of their early education. Rome Which of the following abilities is stressed by humanistic education? a. What did this imply before in their ancient education? a. John Henry Newman Which of these religious orders who were still and still are active in education. social stratification b.Page 57 of 104 a. Greeks b. love begets love. d. Greece c. educated and refined d. Buddhism d. liberation from sin c. Hinduism b. Franciscans 941) b. This type of ancient education is known as: a. Religious conformity d. Pedro Poveda b. Tiannamen Square b. Athenian b. Jesuits c. Learn the different philosophies in education d. Bhudda Temple Which of the following could be an off shoot of Confucius “Golden Rule” Do unto others. education for ethical life d. the Law. John Amos Comenius 939) 940) Which of these modern educators criticized traditional education describing it as the “pedagogy of the oppressed”? a. Athenian They were practical people who successfully managed their everyday affairs. Dominicans b. Enjoy the great works of man such as the classics b. Terra Cotta c. Great Wall 949) d. Monasticism b. Romans d. c. Taoism c. education as an apostolate b. hate begets violence b. Which of the following contributed to the establishment of secondary schools? a. Romans c. Jainism c. Arabs/Saracens 938) Which of these modern educators advocated a child centered education exemplified in his work Emile? a. Jewish d. Spartans b. by improving emphasis on physical education d. John Locke c. Jean Jacques Rousseau d. How can this be achieved? a. Which people are referred here? a. They developed the virtues essential to the exercise of their rights and the discharge of their duties and obligations. love conquers all e. by a well-balanced development of mind. Spartan c. love your enemies d. Egyptian c. The purpose of this movement was to bring reason to faith and support theology by using logic. Their education was utilitarian and emphasized the practical application of learned theories. none of these . Scholasticism c.

music. Greeks/Romans Which of the following practices characterizes humanism as an educational development? a. such wide experience was not necessary according to Quintilian. None of these 959) With few available books. arts. Athenian education mainly prepared the learners for war. Athenian education did not impose any form of discipline. c. 956) Which of the following characterizes Chinese education? a. both a and b 955) Egyptian education was highly practical and empirical. but. d. Chinese e. d. Introduction of Christian religion in Philippine schools d. Values Education 951) Aristotle’s philosophy on Realism calls for the emphasis of teaching: a.Page 58 of 104 950) Following Socrates’ philosophy of Idealism. Primitive people d. 961) The Athenian ideal of education is to develop a cultural soul in a graceful and symmetrical body. By giving more emphasis on health education b. Science and Technology d. This would be influenced made by the: a. None of these c. Cicero believed that the orator should have wide experience to be able to convince people. By providing more situations for the development of values c. Muslims c. not Socratic method 954) The early Roman education aimed at the development of vir bonus. b. while Quintilian. Mathematics d. b. b. c. dictation. Vocational Education b. Vocational education e. memorization. while the Athenian education aimed at full rounded development. Give more focus to physical education d. Why? a. teachers emphasize the teaching of: a. body and soul 962) Which one is contrary to the truth about the early Filipinos education? a. painting and others. d. Establishment of sectarian colleges and universities b. but. b. Submissiveness to the demands imposed by church authorities c. recitation and memorization c. Both believed in memory and moralizing. Spartan education mainly prepared the learners for war. To Cicero. c. not the good worker d. How can this be achieved? a. It was a venue for military training. Why? 960) Both Cicero and Quintilian believed in the development of the ideal person. It involved the study of subjects that could be applied in their daily life. languages. a good orator must also be a man of integrity. Have a well–balanced development of mind. Interest in human nature and revival of the classics b. c. while the Spartan education aimed at full rounded development. while Quintilian believed otherwise. Character. 957) The Athenian system of education would have closer resemblance to the present–day education than Spartan education. Every individual progressed beyond the mentor’s ability and skill. Cicero believed in the development of the ability to speak and persuade people. Back–to–basics and revival of the arts 953) Which of the following is Spaniards greatest contribution to Philippine education? a. None of these 958) 952) Modern education always offers general courses like Math. Propagation of Spanish language c. the good soldier. . the good soldier. A and C e. memorization and Socratic method d. what was important was to be able to persuade people through speech. dictation. the orator. It was a venue for military training. Every activity was aimed for survival and for security reasons. In which aspect did their ideas differ? a. Moral. Science/Nature study a. Printing of books and salvation of the souls d. the use of Latin as the medium of instruction b. ethical. while Spartan education imposed discipline that was cruel and very harsh. Participation of the young rituals and ceremonies and in incidental apprenticeship to the activities of the family and tribe. logical education b. It provided the modern world with basic foundations of education and other subjects. It aimed at preparing men to know God and to live peacefully among their fellows. the monastic schools resorted to: a. Every home is a virtual school. Both Athenian and Spartan education emphasized physical training to the neglect of intellectual training. It emphasized total submission to the state. the man possessing all virtues essential for the exercise of his rights and the discharge of his duties and obligations c. Social Science e. c. which meant: a. b. Aimed at selecting and training people for public service c. Spiritual. while. Hindus b. d. the good citizen. the good worker b.

Chinese 974) What methods of teaching were used in both disciplinism and rationalism? a. b. Which would be given least emphasis as a result of the influence of nationalism in education? a. imagination. There was to be homework. music as an essential part of the curricula d. Use of punishment as a motive for learning d. He knows the rules and regulations of the school he is currently connected with. democratic teachers b. are words often said when Filipinos attempt to explain a misfortune perceived to be rightly deserved by someone.Page 59 of 104 d. converted to the other ideas and then mastered. Nothing was to be done for the pupil if he could do it himself c. 963) Which of the following educational practices was not included in Da Feltre’s educational contributions? a. perception and motor dexterity Which of the following contributions of the realists to educational methods would you consider a scientific? a. b. upon birth. education involves the use of memory. Use of Spanish language John Dewey’s emphasis in education was on the development of an individual capable of reflective thinking. It attempted to give supporting authority to the intellect. memorization and imitation d. b. Training the mind and the body c. The child’s mind can be enriched through experience. 973) The law of karma. Mass education b. The child’s mind. developing the capacities of the child through a continual interaction with his environment c. education for intellectual aristocracy 969) Rousseau’s principle of individualization points out that: a. It tried to justify faith by reason and logic. He has a grasp of the strategies he will apply in teaching the course. observation and experimentation c. study of the 3Rs 965) 966) 967) 968) Which of the following is considered as the greatest contribution of the Spaniards to our country in terms of education along the aspect of moral development? a. which necessarily employs perception through the senses. c. All of the above. English language c. A balance between mental and physical activity c. which grows larger as a child gets older. Every parent was a teacher. exposition and exhortation 975) The maxim “Know Thyself” was popularized by Socrates. b. Words must not be repeated. d. d. which connotes: a. Which of the following is not in accordance with this movement? a. Education consists of training the mind by imposing appropriate discipline. is like a blank sheet. what do you sow. c. 970) Which of the following summarizes John Locke’s “tabula rasa” theory? a. Social distinction c. meditation and contemplation e. Hindus d. d. Spread of Christianity d. Nothing and allow nothing to be done. d. 976) The first kindergarten also known as “a garden where children could grow” was the product of research by: . c. Public schools d. the teaching of history and geography c. Learning starts from senses. sense-based b. c. It aimed to substantiate theology by logic. The child is allowed to grow naturally. Hebrews c. 971) Scholasticism tried to rationalize the doctrine of the Church. He is aware of his strengths and weaknesses. Inclusion of play in the curriculum and developing the power to think 964) Which of the following is the greatest contribution of the Americans to the Philippine education system? a. The individual knows about the subject matter of the course. Which of the following statements do you think would aptly describe it? a. d. creation of a common language b. you reap. It limited itself to scientific and empirical activities. d. 972) Herbart’s principle of apperception postulated that: a. Greeks b. In learning. capabilities and skills in teaching the course. Adapting the work of the individual to his needs and capacities b. b. Learning new knowledge can be facilitated by recalling related old or previous learning. Knowledge an only be had with genuine interest. b. Everything must be learned first in the mother tongue. focus should be on a single idea. being able to solve the problems he faces individually and in group b. Each child was to develop according to his own nature. that learning takes place when the child is ready for it d. This originated from the – a.

Developmentalism c. education may take place anywhere and anytime the individual so desires . existence means self-choice and selfdetermination d. Realism d. Realism b. regular homework. an existentialist b. education controlled by the state c. education takes place in the school where the individual is exposed to specific. a. each man shapes his own life and destiny 991) “Life is what you make it”. Teacher B’s thinking is quite. Henry Barnard d. they try to make learning as meaningful to the learner as possible. She plans activities and structures her teaching in such manner that her students and develops her uniqueness. Dewey d. Which theory does she uphold? a. this movement initiated a systematic objective analysis of curriculum materials in order to determine scientifically what should be taught. Pragmatic c. Terman 983) philosophy was pragmatism c. Pragmatism 985) Who among the following believes that learning requires disciplined attention. John Dewey’s With whose ideas is the development of contemporary curriculum program in elementary education primarily associated? a. Pragmatism c. education is never completed and goes on throughout life d. an idealist c. and respect for legitimate authority? a. philosophical analyst 992) Ms. a pragmatist d. Constantino subscribe? a. Progressivist 986) Teacher B is concerned with conceptual matters since reality is mental. Pestalozzi Education is a continuous process of experiencing and of receiving or reorganizing experiences. equal education for men and women b. Aristotle’s d. self contained experiences b. Rationalism b. Teacher A is more of ___. Hence. age. Melgo emphasizes to his students the importance of deep personal reflection on one’s commitments and choices. Perennialist c. idealist b. Realism 989) Teacher A believes that creation of knowledge is by way of the learner’s interaction with their environment. Idealism b. rank. selfcontained experiences 978) 979) 980) 981) Democracy in education from the Christian perspective is viewed as ___. race. Reconstructionalist d. Existential b. a realist 990) Which of the following does not refer to existentialism? a. Plato’s c. according to John Dewey. education may take place informally to enable the individual to grow 984) Ms. Horace Mann In content. Essentialist b. Idealistic 987) Who among the following stressed the processes of experience and problem solving? a. Melgo subscribes to which philosophy? a. Realistic d. Social experimentalism 982) With whose identified? a. Dr. Realist d. Dewey d. Margarette Cassi is a firm believer of Roussean theory that education should be c. Existentialism d.Page 60 of 104 a. social existence means anarchy and violence b. Which of the following situations is apt to happen in education as influenced Dewey’s philosophy? a. existentialism b. make take place formally or informally to enable the individual to grow d. existence means creativity and uniqueness c. John Dewey b. Rousseau d. Perennialism c. Plato c. Existentialist c. a. What you become is up to you. social economic or political status Education entrepreneurs are beginning to realize the significance of pre-school education in terms of their influence to later training. Existentialism c. Whose philosophy of education is most apt in this particular situation? a. is never completed and goes on throughout life c. Idealism d. a. This refers to ____. essentialism 993) Ms. Froebel 977) According to John Deweys “education is a continuous process of experiencing and revising or reorganizing experiences. Pestalozzi c. a.” This means that education ___. Constantino regards the student as a spiritual entity and as part of the larger spiritual universe. may take place anywhere and anytime the individual so desires b. a. Scientific determinism d. To what philosophy does Ms. takes place in the school where the individual is exposed to specific. Herbart b. This thought comes from the – a. Emmanuel Kant’s b. Aristotle b. Edward Thorndike c. Rochelle Esteban views her students as a unique and responsible individual. education is subsidized by the state d. education of all human beings without distinction of sex. Hegel 988) Dr. Binet b.

everything in this world is tentative. a series of means and ends d. Existentialist c. Cassi do? a. Progressivism d. existentialism b. Edward Thorndike b. positivist d.Page 61 of 104 according to nature. Which trait is illustrated B’s behavior? a. reconstructionism 997) Values Education is an additional subject in the Philippine New Secondary Curriculum. teach thoroughly” said one philosopher. hedonists d. that the mind is passive and receptive d. Jean Piaget b. particularism 1006) Jones. realism b. down syndrome c. Geraldine Saladas is pragmatic teacher. learning disability 1007) The strengthening of liberal education which includes classical literature in the curriculum is based on the though of ___. Essentialism c. Which educational philosophy justifies this change in the curriculum? a. essentialism b. existentialism b. Which of the following ideas will she reject? a. rationalism c. a. morality is for persons c. education goes on throughout life c. Johann Pestalozzi d. that what word best is true John Dewey regarded education as a continuous process of experiencing and reorganizing experience. anytime d. She is suffering from – a. attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder d. essentialist b. rationalist c. existentialism d. William James d. perennialist 1003) “Approach every pupil as she/he is without allowing yourself to be influenced by your foreknowledge of his/her home background” is an advice from – a. Progressivism d. c. mental retardation b. which of the following will Ms. progressivism 998) John Dewey advocates which of the following? a. John Locke 1011) He introduced the kindergarten or “child’s garden” to the educational system – . reconstructionism 1001) “Do not teach too many subjects. The primary reason behind the advice is to insure that teachers – a. John Dewey c. humanists b. something is true if it works b. education takes place formally with the teacher The Philippine Elementary School Curriculum (NESC) gives greater emphasis on the development of basic skills specially the 3 R’s. realist b. existentialist 1005) After having been humiliated by his teacher. His also the pioneer of the inductive and scientific method. Realism d. idealism b. cover all the PELC’S/PSLC’s relate their lessons to their student’s daily life avoid failing grades avoid spoon feeding their students 1002) The back-to-basic curriculum is in essence a (an) ____ curriculum. She also has frequent tantrums. Which statement explains best his ideas? a. rationalist c. Progressivist d. b. pragmatism c. experimentalism 1000) On which theory is the logical sequencing of curriculum based? a. education continues anywhere. Which is his governing philosophy? a. student B evaluates that teacher very poorly despite teacher’s excellent performance. She refused to be disciplined and was to focus in class only for a very short time. was removed from her class for frequent fights with other children. personalism b. that knowledge is produced by a transaction between man and his environment b. stoics 1008) Which philosophy approves of a teacher who lectures most of the time and requires his students to memorize the rules of grammar? a. treat the child as a “noble savage” c. Amos Comenius 1010) He believes that we acquire knowledge of our world thorough our senses. what is right or wrong depends on the situation 999) Your teacher is of the opinion that the world and everything in it are ever changing and so teaches you the skill to cope with change. What is the philosophical basis for this? a. d. a. impersonalism d. Perennialism c. progressivist d. To be in accord with nature. the values must alter as culture and societies must change c. treat the child according to the laws of growth and development 994) 995) 996) Ms. What you teach. Humanism c. treat the child as though he was little adult d. age 7. treat the child as little adults b. education takes place in school b. existentialist-phenomenologist 1004) Sometimes it may better to make wrong decisions when a decision is urgent to make a “right” decision too late” a thought encouraged by the – a. essentialist b. rationalists c. Existentialism c. a. Reconstructionism d. John Comenius c. idealism 1009) The most popular among the pragmatist is – a.

every person must have access to education b. empiricist c. pragmatist 1018) If you believe that the child’s mind in TABULA RASA. reflections b. Upon what philosophy is this anchored? a. progressivist 1015) 1020) 1021) According to the existentialist. high salary 1016) People have ideas about the world and they learn these ideas by reflecting upon them. Jean Jacques Rousseau d. rationalist c. humanism b. knowledge is derived from reason without the aid of the senses d. Irving Babbit . sensory impressions c. to assist the learner clarify his/her value priorities through self-analysis d. essentialism d. neglects children’s social development 1023) Honesty remains a value even if nobody in an organization values it. naturalism 1026) The inclusion of the study of Rizal and other national heroes in the school curriculum in order to inculcate love of country is base on a (an) – a. Edward Paparazzi d. John Dewey b. emphasize verbal interaction d. John Comenius b. rationalist d. rationalists and idealists c. Pragmatism 1029) His philosophy advocated a classical type of liberal education or the study of the humanities. to reveal the Wisdom of Ages such as those contained in the Bible/Koran c. metacognition 1019) Which does the empiricist emphasize? a. Idealism c. thus schools must develop human reason? a. idealist d.” a. reasoning d.. Humanists c. to tell. Hedonists b. rationalists and naturalists d. a. Curriculum correlation is a concept wherein subjects should be taught so it relates to other subjects. Johan Herbart c. introduction of educational innovations b. every person is in the same predicament and has the same possibilities. Jean Jacques Rousseau b. Johann Herbart 1012) 1013) 1014) c. Irving Babbit c. ethics d. John Dewey 1030) d. a. What does this imply? a. naturalist c. support of living models c. Hermann Ebbinghaus d. Plato c. existentialist d. metaphysics b. rationalists and empiricists 1025) Progressivism considers the nature of the child. experience is the only source of knowledge b. a. fosters development of the cognitive skills b. to expose the learner to up-to-date information about Science and Math b. Which one will most likely inspire her cling to her idealism? a. reconstructionist b. aesthetics A fresh graduate is usually idealistic. pragmatism c. interpret. This pronouncement comes from the mouth of a (an) ____. Rationalists 1028) Faith. rationalist b. empiricist b. and love are values now and forever whether people will value them or not. Realism b. hope. Which philosophy does NOT relate to this? a. in what processes will you engage the child to learn? a. every person must go to college 1024) Which groups of philosophers have opposite views? a. originate from the working of the mind. epistemology c. information is interpreted by the mind Which of the following best describes the role of a teacher from a perennialist perspective? a. every person must go through the same form of education d. realist philosophy 1027) Who perpetuated the idea that reason is superior to experience as a source of knowledge. pressure of work d. Existentialism d. existentialist philosophy c. knowledge arises from the mind c. or analyze complete information to the students “Do not trust the senses since ideas arrived at only by reason” is an advice from the ____. existentialist d. rationalists and existentialist b. pragmatist c. idealist philosophy d. Andrew Mc Birch It is an area of philosophy which deals on the nature of knowledge and the best methods of teaching is – a. ideas. according to the ____. Stoics d. foster independence c. The proponent of this concept is – a. Maria Montessori Friedrich Froebel b. Aristotle Whose philosophy expounded the concept of the Laboratory School? a. every person must choose to go to college c. existentialist b. pragmatist 1017) Whose thought is this: “Although there is an external world from which human beings acquire sensory information.Page 62 of 104 a. a. empiricist 1022) Which is a weakness of the Montessori approach? a. pragmatist philosophy b.

Andres Bonifacio d. Confucius c. they try to make learning as meaningful to the learner as possible. William James 1044) d. Muhammad b. John Dewey’s 1039) The philosophy of adult education was conceived by: a. Jose Rizal b. Plato b. that of entering into relation with its environment. Hegel 1038) 1043) “Knowledge that is best for use in life is also best for the development of power. Da Feltre c.” This educational philosophy has been advocated by _____. Plato’s d.” “Education is a social process. Rizal d. Spinoza b. He is considered as one of the pioneer thinkers of education.” This educational philosophy has been promoted by _____ where he was also considered as one of the pioneer thinkers of education. Mao Tse Tung Educators have realized the significance of preschool education. Bonifacio Who pointed out that “education is life itself?” a. Aristotle’s c. Herbart “Doctrine of apperception. Berkeley b. Tagore 1041) b.” “Knowledge is instrumental. This is according to: a. Socrates Who expounded the need to study the child carefully for individualized instruction? a. Plato b. a. Erasmus 1033) d. Jesus Christ d. Gandhi 1042) d. Thorndike b. Herbart d.” “Education is growth.” “Mind is a unity. Sun Yat-Sen d. a. and all these things shall be added unto you.” “Education is a continuous reconstruction of experience. Leibniz c. Boccacio c. Emmanuel Kant’s d. and His righteousness. Boccacio b.” “Play. as we experienced it. Ascham b. a. Confucius c. Erasmus 1035) 1037) b. Rousseau 1045) The “Golden Rule” was popularized by a Chinese philosopher and teacher nameda. Aristotle c. Confucius b. Gaffud c. Spencer 1046) “Self-activity as the means of development. a. De la Salle c. John Locke b. Gandhi Who among these Filipino philosophers contributed MOST to the nationalistic tint in our education system? a. John Dewey “Mental activity is functional.” This educational philosophy has been promoted by _____ where he was also considered as one of the pioneer thinkers of education. a. Socrates The idea of Practical Arts and Home Economics subjects for boys is the philosophy of ___. Socrates c. Spencer b. . Hence. Confucius b. Froebel d. Whose philosophy of education is most apt in this particular situation? a.” “Importance of science in the curriculum.Page 63 of 104 1031) 1032) Whose philosophy influenced the present emphasis on Character Education and Values Education in our school system? a.” This educational philosophy has been promoted by _____ where he was also considered as one of the pioneer thinkers of education. Confucius c. Petrach 1034) He suggested that competition and award should be used to motivate people. a. Mencius c. Apolinario Mabini d. John Dewey d.” Emphasis on physical education.” “Process of education determined by the nature of the child.” “It is the consequences that make the choice good or bad. Tagore 1036) The world.” This educational philosophy has been promoted by _____ where he was also considered as one of the pioneer thinkers of education. depends on how the mind perceive. Jose Laurel c. spontaneous activity. possessing by one power. William James c.” This educational philosophy has been promoted by _____ where he was also considered as one of the pioneer thinkers of education. a. Buddha “Education is life. Comenius 1047) d. Dewey “But seek ye first the kingdom of God.” “Education should be scientific. Tagore 1040) d. Herbart c. Locke c. Aristotle d. Gandhi b. Da Feltre Whose philosophy inspired the inclusion of Physical Education in the curriculum and the replacement of lectures with textbooks? a. manual and industrial development utilized to promote self-realization.

” This educational philosophy has been promoted by _____ where he was also considered as one of the pioneer thinkers of education. Locke 1049) 1050) 1051) 1052) 1053) d.” This educational philosophy has been promoted by _____ where he was also considered as one of the pioneer thinkers of education.” This educational philosophy has been promoted by _____ where he was also considered as one of the pioneer thinkers of education. Herbart d. Locke 1054) d. a. Aristotle d.’ “The function of education is to determine what each individual is by nature fitted to do. a. Comenius b.” “Train for character. Knowledge is virtue.” This educational philosophy has been promoted by _____ where he was also considered as one of the pioneer thinkers of education. not ideas but the performance. a. Pestalozzi c. Francois Rabelais b. Socrates c. Copernicus . Martin Luther b.” “Adaptation of education to the form of government. a. Spencer 1055) The following are pragmatic philosophers except one: a.” “The child. Chaldaic. conducted a school survey in Germany. Plato b. Martin Luther 1059) d. Martin Luther b.” “Use of objects in teaching.Page 64 of 104 a. Rousseau “Tabula rasa” or “blank paper” theory – a child is born with a blank mind (neither good nor bad).” “Use of instinctive tendencies as the starting point of education.” “Social and individual interests should be harmonized. Copernicus This verbal realist proposed a very comprehensive curriculum composed of a wide range of physical exercises. He was: a.” “Social justice (give what is due to d. history. Socrates c. Aristotle d. Pestalozzi c. Rousseau “Development of the child according to his nature. Pestalozzi c. Soren Kierkegaard c.” “Both sexes should be included in education. intellectual readings form ancient literature in science.” “All education should be founded upon the laws of natural development of the child. He is: a. a. nailed his ninety-five theses at the door of his church at Wittenburg in 1517 airing his criticisms against the Catholic Church. Rousseau “The end of life is knowledge. probably the first school survey in the world. James c. Melanchthon b. Ricky Martin d. the important factor in education. Comenius b. Mohammad c.” “Formal discipline (training gained in one area can be applied in another area). mathematics. Rousseau He was a member of the Catholic clergy and professor of philosophy at the University of Wittenburg. Locke whom it is due). a. Pestalozzi c.” “Follow the order of nature. is the highest function.” This educational philosophy has been promoted by _____ where he was also considered as one of the pioneer thinkers of education.’ “Man’s life is rational and universal. John Milton d. Mohammad c.” “Emphasis on method and technique of teaching. Spencer 1056) “Each person should devote his life to that which he is best fitted to do. Plato b.” “Objective and scientific not introspective method of education.” This educational philosophy has been promoted by _____ where he was also considered as one of the pioneer thinkers of education. Comenius b. Comenius b. Sturm c. Spencer educational He was known as the greatest scholar among the German school organizers. Greek. sports and games.” “The end of education is not knowledge lane.” “Education can shape the pupil according to the will of the teacher. Know thyself. and came out with the socalled Saxony plan. or knowledge expressed in action. but the union of the intellect and the will.” This educational philosophy has been promoted by _____ where he was also considered as one of the pioneer thinkers of education. Locke “Virtue is not possession of knowledge but state of the will. Hebrew. Jesuits 1058) d. a. Pestalozzi b. instrumental music. and astronomy and literature in Latin. Juan Luis Vives c. Rousseau “Development of the whole man. Ricky Martin 1057) He was known as the first modern educational reformer to advocate compulsory education. William James 1048) “Education as the process of organized growth.” “Reality. a.” “A man should live a simple life. Aristotle d.” “Intellectual aristocracy (the rule of the intellectual elite). a. Socrates c. Schiller b. Jesuits d. Plato b. Dewey d. and Arabic languages. the Bible and religious exercises.

” This is a Filipino philosophy of education postulated by ____. Plato b. Mulcaster b. Mabini c. religion and physical education for the military. working and studying according to thy ability. a. Jean Jacques Rousseau c. Hecker Textbook was also considered as an important agency of education. Mulcaster b. know thyself for the unexamined life is not worth living. Bacon c. Rizal b. Jean Jacques Rousseau c. Hecker The following are great educational philosophers who espoused sense realism except one a. John Locke d. Rousseau The Father of Existentialism: a. Schiller educational 1076) “Education should appeal to the child’s natural interests. philosophy. social science. Francis Bacon 1070) b. a. John Milton 1061) One of the agencies of education during the sense realism is the “model educational institution for scientific investigations.” This principle has been advocated by: a. Hebrew. Hecker It is a secondary school known as “Realschule” where pure and applied science dominated the curriculum.” says – a. Schiller c. Comenius 1064) 1073) d. He is: a. Mulcaster He is the foremost champion of formal discipline. Richard Mulcaster b. morality. John Locke b. Bacon c.” This principle has been postulated by: a.” This principle has been postulated by: a. John Locke d. Rafael Palma 1078) d. This school was established by: a. Herbert of Cherbury c. natural science. Wolfgang Ratke d. Ratke b. Aristotle 1074) 1066) “Children must be studied thoroughly and their innate abilities respected. Comenius c. William James “The school is the book which is written the future of the nations.” This school was drawn up: a.Page 65 of 104 1060) This verbal realist advocated the study of ancient learning and classics in Latin. Comenius c. Syrian and Italian. Jorge Bacobo “Thou shalt cultivate the special gifts which had bee granted thee. d. Bacon d. Heraclitus d. secondary schools and university. Comenius An Englishman that advances the idea that the mind of a child at birth is a blank tablet upon which are printed or inscribed all the experiences of the child acquired through his senses. a. Dewey d. Bacon c. This is according to: a. Francis Bacon The end of life is knowledge. He believed that the process of acquiring d. Mulcaster 1067) 1069) d. Richard Mulcaster 1063) d. Greek. Bacon d. Rousseau The staunchest advocate of progressivism in education was: a. Juan Luis Vives c. Comenius 1062) d. James b. Mulcaster b. Francis Bacon 1071) The following are well-known rationalist except one: a. Mulcaster b. John Locke c. Ratke b. Francis Bacon d. Soren Kierkegaard b. knowledge is virtue. Dewey 1065) d. Show us the schools of a people and we will tell you what those people are. Bacon c. Copernicus d. Wolfgang Ratke b. James b. Pestalozzi c. Ratke Bacon 1075) The following are pragmatic philosophers except one: a. Richard Mulcaster b. He is: a. Chaldaic. Socrates c. Francois Rabelais knowledge is more important than the knowledge acquired. Baron Gottfried Wilhelm von Leibnitz b. never leaving the path of righteousness and justice in order to attain thine . Richard Mulcaster b. John Locke c. Hecker Another agencies education during the sense realism is the “six-year vernacular elementary schools for all boys and girls. Comenius c. Baruch Spinoza 1072) He was Frenchman and has been considered as the outstanding champion of naturalism. Comenius c. Herbart 1077) d. Mulcaster 1068) “All learning should follow the course of nature. This school has been postulated by: a.

play and exercise for learning purposes. Rousseau c.” Reading for content and for syntax. and happiness for all people. Raul Magsaysay b. efficiency. T. and (3) possession of the elements of conduct that are the accomplishments of culture and morality. Pardo de Tavera d. make use of the games. and made use of reference books. adapt schoolwork to the abilities and interests of pupils. learning should proceed from known to unknown. or verbal realists d. Francis Bacon 1090) “Give man dominance over things. Benigno Aquino d. all learning is to be made pleasant. Juan Luis Vives c. Camilo Osias c. Francois Rabelais 1086) b. Jose Rizal b. Francis Bacon 1091) “Developed a natural method of teaching. spirit of tolerance. Manuel L. Venancio Trinidad c. Wolgang Ratke c. These idea or philosophy is postulated by ____.” This is a Filipino philosophy of education advocated by ____.” This is a Filipino philosophy of education postulated by ____. particularly in the rural areas. Juan Luis Vives c. a. He used the inductive method of learning. Comenius d. (2) knowledge of the part and current events. Martin Luther b. all of these f. Manuel Quezon d. Ferdinand Marcos “Education should develop personality. Michael Montaigne “The aim of learning was the development of the whole man. a. John Milton 1085) d. Ferdinand Marcos c.Page 66 of 104 own perfection.” This is a Filipino philosophy of education postulated by ____. reasoning substituted for rote learning. Pardo de Tavera 1079) learning facilitated through natural activities. T. John Milton 1087) The following are humanistic except: a. John Amos Comenius 1083) 1084) d. as in the promotion of their won personal or individual well-being. Richard Mulcaster b. learning should start from the senses. Mabini “Our education should instill love for work.” These ideas or philosophies of education are coming from _____.” This is a Filipino philosophy of education postulated by ____. Wolgang Ratke d.” The teacher should study each pupil individually. nothing is to be learned by rote. These ideas or philosophies of education were postulated by ____. a. H. Richard Mulcaster b.” These ideas or philosophies were postulated by _____. John Amos Comenius d. a. Francisco Benetiz “Education should aim to develop men and women who are as deeply concerned in the development and uplift of our communities. a. a. a. a. and practice of thrift. John Amos Comenius d. Wolgang Ratke c. respect for law. a. Wolgang Ratke c. Richard Mulcaster b. Francis Bacon 1089) “The ultimate goal of education was eternal happiness with God and education should prepare for the activities of life through knowledge. Francis Bacon . and learning by the senses first and then exploration. Juan Manuel b.” These ideas or philosophies of education were postulated by ____. Venancio Trinidad b. Quezon c. Francis Bacon c.” These ideas or philosophies of education were advanced by ____.” This is a Filipino philosophy of education advocated by ____. Wolgang Ratke c. Rafael Palma 1081) “Education must secure freedom. Rafael Palma “Education was to prepare for actual living. Richard Mulcaster b. hold quarterly conferences of teachers to thoroughly assess pupil’s progress. Francisco Benetiz c. a. Francois Rebalais d. John Amos Comenius d. Venancio Trinidad b. Francois Rabelais b. a. Manuel Laya 1082) d. repetition must be done as often as possible. Jorge Bacobo b. use of resource person in the classroom. a.” This is a Filipino philosophy of education postulated by ____. none of these 1088) “Children must be studied thoroughly and their innate abilities respected. discussion and lectures by academic authorities. love of peace. Richard Mulcaster d.” It is the incidental method of teaching. H. Raul Roco 1080) “To my humble way of thinking education has for its supreme and overshadowing aim the formulation of a sound and noble outlook of life. Francisco Balagtas c. These idea or philosophy is advanced ____. John Milton e. Pestalozzi b. a. Rafael Palma “The qualities that distinguish the educated Filipinos of today are (1) power to do.

Gottfried Wilheim von Leinbniz In his aim to “psychologized education” he combined physical. and the process is participating in-group and social activities. These ideas or philosophy of education was postulated by ____. a. John A German religious reformer. Richard Mulcaster b. moral. Rene Descartes d. He was ____.” whose theories and knowledge and political life are still widely felt. He was ___ a. John Heinrich Pestalozzi c. which reaches out for new ideas.” In other words. and that ideas have a dynamic force. a. Friedrich Froebel c. activities and experiences of the child. His major emphasis on helping children to learn by experience and observation. Desiderius Erasmus d. making or unfolding the best in the child. gave impetus to the romantic moment by emphasizing feelings. Friedrich Froebel 1095) He was known as educational reformer and a writer. education must start with the interests. presentation. a. John Comenius c. John Comenius d. Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi d. the inaugurator of the Protestant reformation. He protested against the time devoted to study Latin and Greek and recommended a broader curriculum and physical training. Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi b. none of these 1099) His central principle was the ideas are developed in the mind through external stimuli. Prats 1102) A French philosopher. Juan Luis Vives 1101) “The school is a preparation for life. He was _____. John Amos Comenius c. the teacher’s task is to select ideas in accordance with the pupil’s background. Friedrich Froebel c. based on the premise that the growth of children corresponds to the development of culture through the ages. a. Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi d. Friedrich Froebel d. generalization and application. Johann Friedrich Herbart b. in order to develop intelligent members of democracy. John Locke He was the first to develop an educational theory based on naturalistic approach. John Locke b. the Great Didactic gives his theories and procedures of practical education.” and “the school cannot be a preparation for social life except as it produces the typical conditions of life. association. and Education by Development. Rene Descartes d. it is life. He advocated the culture-epoch theory. He was ____. John Milton 1096) 1097) 1098) An English philosopher known as “intellectual ruler of the 18th century.Page 67 of 104 1092) 1093) The following are sense realist except: a. He was ____. Vittorino Da Feltre b. Jean Jacques Rousseau 1094) rather than by verbalism and memorization. Wolgang Ratke d. John Amos Comenius d. Martin Luther b. He was ____. who defined his plan of education in Emile. who insisted on statefounded compulsory education for both sexes especially in the elementary level but also compelled parents to send their children o school. He was ____. and gradually to build ideas into a moral and intellectual structure. Francis Bacon e. John Lock Taught in the court of school of Northern Italy and was believed to be one of the first teachers to combine physical and mental activity in a school situation. He was ___ a. Johann Friedrich Herbart b. Johann Friedrich Herbart c. He was ____. of which the child’s nature is a part. Based on this principle. Jean Jacques Rousseau b. Jean Jacques Rousseau . To put his theory to practice. Jean Jacques Rousseau b. Machiavelli c. to arouse the interests of the pupils. a. John Dewey c. Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi c. Gottfried Wilheim von Leinbniz b. saw the child as an offspring of nature. Johann Friedrich Herbart d. His famous work. The function of the teacher is to promote the growth of the child as a human plant in the direction of its own inner laws of growth. He formulated a philosophy of development in his Education of Man. John Dewey c. a. all of these f. He stressed creative self-development and spontaneous activity. intellectual and manual work. John Amos Comenius 1100) His theory was based on the concept of the absolute as a creative force. Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi c. His writings represented an attack as an age of reason. John Comenius b. he formulated five formal steps of instruction: preparation. and strongly advocated the disciplinary theory of education. a. Few books have exercised such profound influence on the theory and practice of education as he attached the formal education and insisted on nature as the best guide to the educational process. John Dewey d. Pedagogic of the Kindergarten. a.

Dewey .” He said further that both boys and girls should be included in education regardless of their socio-economic status. a. Froebel c. John Dewey b. sense perception was the real foundation of knowledge and observation was to be the basis of all instruction. Michel Montaigne b. Michel Montaigne He defined education as a natural. a. This education philosophy was postulated by ____. Richard Mulcaster c. John Dewey He was an English educator-philosopher. H was ____. He was convinced of the importance of introspection. Maria Montessori c. and harmonious development of the faculties of the child. Plato c. Maria Montessori c.” He was also one of the pioneers of the autobiography. He was ____. Confucius d. He emphasizes activities like manipulation of objects and more freedom in the classroom. to produce a good person with varied interest. John Amos Comenius d. He advocated the use of vernacular in instruction to enable the child to learn other lessons. sensory and muscular skills developed through repetitive exercise and formal skills. a. John Dewey 1114) He was a German philosopher known for his contribution to moral development in education and for highly structured methodology of teaching. Socrates b. Pestalozzi b. a. Rousseau d. activities and experiences: practical skills. Rene Descartes c. a. Confucius 1110) 1112) d. Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi c. John Amos Comenius d. Jean Jacques Rousseau 1113) “Learning was spontaneous. He was ____. He was ____.” This concept of education has been postulated by ____. plays. a. He was ___. Comenius 1109) The end of knowledge is not knowledge alone.” This educational philosophy was postulated by ____.” He also postulated the golden rule for all men to follow “treat others as you wish them to treat you. symmetrical. According to him. Martin Luther d. For him. meaning that children had an inner need to work at that which interested them with the prodding of teachers or the use of rewards and punishments. John Locke d. according to him. Rene Descartes c. Michel Montaigne b. Erasmus He said “Development of moral and ethical principles to promote peace and order and to preserve human dignity. His education revolved around the child’s moral development and formulation of desirable habits. the attainment of truth should be guided by reason and the mind is capable of obtaining and formulating reason. the chief aim of education was moral development. and of communicating one’s self-knowledge to others. Moreover. a.” His method consists of harnessing the power of the mind with a special set of rulers. song and work. He believed that the aim of every educational activity was the search for truth. Johann Friedrich Herbart d. of examining one’s own experiences in order to determine values and rules of conduct. John Amos Comenius He was a follower of Pestalozzi and later came an administrator in the kindergarten school where he applied the principles of Pestalozzi. Aristotle He said “development of the whole man before he becomes professional. He was also known as the “Father of Kindergarten. Aristotle “Man is by nature good and virtuous. Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi c. The curriculum included games. a. He emphasized mastery through repetition and memorization. Jean Jacques Rousseau He was a French essayist and thinker regarded as the “Father of Modern Essay. According to him. Herbart b. Socrates b. a.” He was ____. Erasmus b. Pestalozzi b. a. Herbart b. Dewey He was a German sense realist. a.” whose first task was to work out his “rational scheme.” He was ____.Page 68 of 104 1103) 1104) 1105) 1106) 1107) He was the “Father of Modern Philosophy. a. His most important contribution to education was his concept that teachers must respect the individuality of every child and must base discipline upon love. He was ____. It is knowledge expression in action. “Effective learning is done through the use of vernacular” and postulated the use of visual aids in classroom teaching. John Amos Comenius b. Froebel 1108) d.” He was ____. He insisted upon the necessity of method upon systematic and orderly thinking. Rene Descartes d. It is the union of the innate intellect of the individual and his will. Everything is good as it comes from the hand of the author nature. Plato c. Rousseau 1111) d. He placed great emphasis on self-activity among children. Wolfgang Ratke c. Rousseau d. The curricula included three major types. Comenius b. Confucius c.

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1115)

“Knowledge acquired that is best for use in life is
also best for the development of power. He
opposed to free public education; those who
really want an education should work hard to
acquire the means to attain it.” This philosophical
thought has been postulated by ____.
a. Locke
c. Comenius
b. Dewey

1116)

One of the agencies of education during the
sense realism is the “model educational
institution for scientific investigations.” This
school was drawn up:
a. Bacon
c. Mulcaster
b. Comenius

1117)

d. Hecker

The following are great educational philosophers
who espoused sense realism except one
a. John Locke
c. Richard Mulcaster
b. Francis Bacon

1121)

d. Hecker

It is a secondary school known as “Realschule”
where pure and applied science dominated the
curriculum. This school was established by:
a. Bacon
c. Mulcaster
b. Comenius

1120)

d. Hecker

Textbook was also considered as an important
agency of education. This is according to:
a. Bacon
c. Mulcaster
b. Comenius

1119)

d. Hecker

Another agencies education during the sense
realism is the “six-year vernacular elementary
schools for all boys and girls, secondary schools
and university. This school has been advocated
by:
a. Bacon
c. Mulcaster
b. Comenius

1118)

d. Spencer

d. Wolfgang Ratke

“Children must be studied thoroughly and their
innate abilities respected.” This principle has
been advocated by:
a. Comenius
c. Ratke
b. Bacon
d. Mulcaster

1122) “Education should appeal to the child’s natural
interests.” This principle has been advocated by:
a. Comenius
c. Ratke
b. Bacon
d. Mulcaster
1123)

1124)

“All learning should follow the course of nature.”
This principle has been advocated by:
a. Comenius
c. Ratke
b. Bacon
d. Mulcaster
The use of inductive method of learning has been
advocated by:
a. Comenius
c. Ratke

b. Bacon

d. Mulcaster

1125) He is the foremost champion of formal discipline.
He believed that the process of acquiring
knowledge is more important than the knowledge
acquired. He is:
a. John Locke
c. Richard Mulcaster
b. Francis Bacon

d. Wolfgang Ratke

1126) The following are well-known rationalist except one:
a. Baron Gottfried Wilhelm von Leibnitz
b. John Locke
c. Herbert of Cherbury
d. Baruch Spinoza
1127) He was Frenchman and has been considered as
the outstanding champion of naturalism.
a. Jean Jacques Rousseau c. John Locke
b. Richard Mulcaster

d. Francis Bacon

1128) The following are the outstanding contribution of
sense realism to our present educational system
except one:
a. the emphasis on science in the curriculum
b. use of vernacular in teaching
c. the teaching of science by the laboratory
method
d. formal discipline as an educational process
1129) It is one of the types of education in the formal
discipline where it is primarily for the
development of wise conduct, good breeding,
and the control of desires by reason. This type of
education is known as:
a. physical education
b. physical education
c. intellectual education
d. aristocracy of intelligence
1130) One of the types of education in formal discipline
that develops the mental power to acquire
knowledge, not to increase knowledge by itself.
a. moral education
b. intellectual education
c. physical education
d. liberal education
1131) All except one are John Locke’s three steps in
learning.
a. sense learning, memorization, reasoning
b. reasoning, sense learning, memorization
c. memorization, reasoning, sense learning
d. sense learning, reasoning, memorization
1132) It is a philosophical doctrine, which advocated that
reason can be a source of knowledge and that
truth can best be established by a process of
deduction from a priori principle independent of
experience.

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a. humanism

c. rationalism

c. preservation of natural goodness and virtue

b. disciplinism

d. realism

d. all of the above

1133) All except one are aims of rationalism.
a. intellectual freedom
b. living a life guided by reason
c. aristocracy of intelligence
d. good habit formation
1134) The following are agencies of education during the
rationalism period except one:
a. secondary and higher schools
b. cathedral schools
c. encyclopedia
d. fashionable salons
1135) The rationalists believed that mental processes
were the impression made by objects upon the
mind through the senses. So they taught by the
inductive method. This method instruction during
this period is known as:
a. inductive method c. deductive method
b. science-based

1140) According to Rousseau, “individual should be
liberated from the impositions of the state, the
Church, and the aristocratic society.” This aim of
naturalism is known as:
a. creation of new society
b. preservation of individual freedom
c. preservation of natural goodness and virtue
d. all of the above
1141) “The development of all the endowments of a child.
He opposed to specialization because, according
to him, this would make some men dependent
upon other men.” This is one of the many types
of education that Rousseau pushes which is
known as:
a. democratic and universal education
b. intellectual education
c. moral education

d. application of reason
d. general education

1136) The rationalist always applied the test of reason to
every phase of activity or life and rejected those
that did not meet the test. This method
instruction during this period is known as:
a. inductive method c. deductive method
b. science-based

d. application of reason

1137) The following are the outstanding contribution of
rationalism to our present educational system is:
a. the emphasis on science in the curriculum

1142) Rousseau wanted to educate the child morally the
natural way, that is, the child should not be
punished by other people for his untoward acts
but by the results of his acts.” This type of
naturalism education is known as:
a. democratic and universal education
b. intellectual education
c. moral education
d. general education

b. use of vernacular in teaching
c. training of creative thinking and reasoning
d. none of the above
1138) According to Rousseau, “man by nature is good
and virtuous. He wanted that the goodness and
virtue in man be developed unhampered by the
artificialities of the type of society current during
his time.” This aim of naturalism is known as:
a. creation of new society
b. preservation of individual freedom
c. preservation of natural goodness and virtue
d. all of the above
1139) According to Rousseau, “there should be simplicity,
liberty, equality, and fraternity for all, a society in
which the individual could attain his fullest
fulfillment as a natural man.” This aim of
naturalism is known as:
a. creation of new society
b. preservation of individual freedom

1143) Rousseau said that education is a natural right of
all freemen and since all children are free and
equal, they should receive the same kind or type
of education. The rich and the poor should be
educated together in the same way. This type of
naturalism education is known as:
a. religious education
b. general education
c. intellectual education
d. democratic and universal education
1144) Rousseau did not approve the use of textbooks in
intellectual learning. The learner had to learn
through the use of senses. This type of
naturalism education is known as:
a. religious education
b. general education
c. intellectual education
d. democratic and universal education
1145) The following are three modern principles of
teaching as established by Rousseau except
one:
a. principle of growth
b. principle of pupil activity

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c. principle of individualization

a. Juan Luis Vives

c.

d. principle of discipline

b. John Milton

d. Copernicus

1146) Rousseau divided stages of growth of the child. He
said, “the child is still capable of right reasoning
and hence, his feelings are dominant in
determining his actions.” This stage of growth is
in the:
a. infancy
c. childhood
b. boyhood

d. adolescence

1147) The following are disadvantages of naturalism as
advocated by Rousseau if it is used today except
one:
a. the use of textbooks
b. not suitable for big classes
c. tutorial system is expensive
d. order of nature
1148) He was a member of the Catholic clergy and
professor of philosophy at he University of
Wittenburg, nailed his ninety-five theses at the
door of his church at Wittenburg in 1517 airing
his criticisms against the Catholic Church. He
was:
a. Mohammad
c. Martin Luther
b. Jesuits

d. Ricky Martin

1149) He was known as the greatest scholar among the
German school organizers, conducted a school
survey in Germany, probably the first school
survey in the world, and came out with the socalled Saxony plan.
a. Sturm
c. Melanchthon
b. Martin Luther

d. Copernicus

1150) This verbal realist advocated the study of the
vernacular as a national language and Latin as a
universal language. According to him, the study
of language should be based on usage. He is:
a. Juan Luis Vives
c. Francois Rabelais
b. John Milton

d. Copernicus

1151) This verbal realist proposed a very comprehensive
curriculum composed of a wide range of physical
exercises, sports and games, the Bible and
religious exercises, instrumental music,
intellectual readings form ancient literature in
science, history, mathematics, and astronomy
and literature in Latin, Greek, Hebrew, Chaldaic,
and Arabic languages. He is:
a. Juan Luis Vives
c. Francois Rabelais
b. John Milton

d. Copernicus

1152) This verbal realist advocated the study of ancient
learning and classics in Latin, Greek, Hebrew,
Chaldaic, Syrian and Italian; natural science,
social science, philosophy, morality, religion and
physical education for the military. He is:

Francois

Rabelais

1153) The only way to solve the problem of
disagreements and speculations regarding
“obtuse questions,” is to inquire seriously into the
nature of human understanding and shows from
an exact analysis of its powers and capacity that
is by no means fitted such remote and obtuse
subjects. This philosophy is postulated by –
a. David Hume
b. Jean Jacques Rousseau
c. Baruch Spinoza
d. Gottfried Wilheim von Leinbniz
1154) His brilliant philosophical treatises among which the
most renowned in his Levithian, a book on social
and political philosophy.
He was deeply
impressed by the precision of science and above
all by the certainty of scientific knowledge. He
was –
a. Rene Descartes c. Thomas Hobbes
b. John Locke
d. Francis Bacon
1155) “Turned to description of the joys and sorrows for
natural man, expressing deep dimension of
feeling as opposed to the brittle logic of doctrine.”
This theory of knowledge was postulated by –
a. Boccacio
c. Montaigne
b. Petrarch
d. Machiavelli
1156) His central criticism was that learning has stagnant.
He learned three distempers of learning:
fantastical learning – man’s concern
themselves with words, emphasizing text,
languages and style; contentious learning – it
begins with fixed positions or points of view taken
by earlier thinker, and these views are used as
the starting points in contentious argumentations;
and delicate learning – wherein earlier authors
who claimed more knowledge that can be
proved, are accepted by readers as knowing as
much as they claim, and this account for as the
dictator of science. This theory of knowledge
was postulated by –
a. Thomas Hobbes
b. Jean Jacques Rousseau
c Gottfried Wilheim von Leinbniz
d. Francis Bacon
1157) It is a body of doctrine with reference to some
political and cultural plan together with the
devices for putting it into operation
a. nationalism
c. ideology
b. patriotism

d. communism

1158) This term applies to the position that education
should be concerned with the actualities of life.
a. naturalism
c. realism
b. idealism

d. existentialism

anthropology a. realism 1177) It consists of transcendent universals. a. a. realism b. sociology 1165) This deals with the first principles. metaphysics b. sociology 1164) It is a systematic and logical explanation of the nature. humanism d. axiology d. nationalism b. psychology c. psychology c. the origin and essence of things. psychology c. realism d. disciplinism d. existentialism 1172) This refers the branch of philosophy concerned with the systematic treatment of the relationship of ideas. aesthetics. ethics 1166) This deals with knowledge and with ways of knowing. naturalism d. disciplinism d. rationalism d. essentialism c. developmentalism d. which advocated that reason can be a source of knowledge and that truth can best be established by a process of deduction from a priori principle independent of experience. 1174) It is a philosophy of life concerned with the education that emphasized the realities of life. travel. anthropology 1161) c. philosophy b. a. philosophy 1170) It is theory that the way of life concerned with the fullest realization of the human life. forms. humanism b. spiritualism c. ethics 1168) It is theory concerned with the careful study of the child. or ideals. axiology d. a. a. an attempt at a universal explanation of the nature of things. a. metaphysics b. psychology c. a. and purposeful. sense realism 1160) It is the science that seeks to organize and systematize all fields of knowledge as means of understanding and interpreting the totality of reality. a. developmentalism 1175) It is a body of doctrine with reference to some political and cultural plan together with the devices for putting it into operation a. It stressed modern languages. a. a. which deals with beauty and ugliness. a child-centered point of view. rationalism b. communism 1176) It is a philosophical doctrine. metaphysics b. It also involves the belief that there exists. epistemology c. in the universe. patriotism d. sociology It refers to the attempt to give a reasoned conception of the universe and man’s place in it. on which all finite beings and activities human knowledge and . epistemology c. psychology c. epistemology c. rationalism c. which are the objects of true knowledge. which claimed that the mind of the child at birth is a tabula rasa or blank tablet. humanism b. logic 1173) It is educational theory based on a doctrine that opposed that was artificial. sociology 1163) It is a search for a comprehensive view of nature. existence. an order of form which are real. rationalism c. rationalism c. idealism b. a. a. good and evil. philosophy b. anthropology b. educational realism d. the causes and end of things. a. self-moving. ideology c. eternal. philosophy b. social realism b. verbal realism c. philosophy b. intelligible. including human beings. realism d. humanism b. a. anthropology d. and study of contemporary institutions. developmentalism 1169) It is a doctrine that advocated the disciplinary theory of education. purposes and relationship of things. disciplinism c.Page 72 of 104 1159) It is an autocratic educational movement where it held education should equip the student for a happy and successful life as a man of the world. naturalism c. realism b. idealism b. realism 1171) It is a philosophy of education that proclaimed the spiritual nature of man. anthropology d. sociology 1162) It refers to a worldview or a reasoned conception of the whole cosmos. meanings and purposes of human life. This also includes the idea of what is right and what is wrong. disciplinism d. axiology d. self-explanatory. and a life-view or doctrine of values. rationalism d. ulterior to all finite existence. a. a. realism d. ethics 1167) This deals with purposes and values.

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morality, are dependent both for their existence
and for their meaning.
a. naturalism
b. realism
c. pragmatism

d. idealism

1178) This view that the whole of reality is nature. There
is no area, knowledge, or experience to which
the methods of dealing with nature may be
extended. This philosophy subordinates mind to
matter and holds that ultimate reality is material.
a. existentialism
b. essentialism
c. naturalism

d. progressivism

1179) It is a tendency, movement, or more or less definite
system of thought in which stress is placed upon
practical consequences and values as standards
for explicating philosophic concepts, and as tests
for determinating their value and truth.
a. pragmatism
b. humanism
c. realism

d. naturalism

1180) It is a kind of pragmatism, which stresses thought
as an instrument and its function as adapting the
human organism to its environment.
a. functionalism
b.
instrumentalism
c. humanism

d. realism

1181) This educational philosophy has a dual purpose: to
educate the individual for his life here on earth
and to prepare him for his life beyond. It is
considered as the ultimate aim of education in
Christian perfection in t his life as prerequisite to
the life beyond.
a. naturalism
b.
supernaturalism
c. humanism

d. pragmatism

1182) This philosophy of education places spiritual things
over and above worldly things. Man is both
matter and spirit and his spiritual will must prevail
over his materials and wordily desires for him to
avoid sinning and for him to attain spiritual
perfection.
a. naturalism
b.
supernaturalism
c. humanism
d. pragmatism
1183) This refers to as the doctrine where an
indispensable common core of culture
knowledge, skills, attitudes, ideals, etc. can be
identified.
The core should be taught
systematically to the learners who should
maintain a rigorous standard of achievement.
a. existentialism
b. essentialism
c. naturalism

d. progressivism

1184) This theory holds that universals are independent
of antecedent to, and more real than the specific
individual instances in which t hey are
manifested. This theory is very similar to, if
exactly the same as Platonic idealism.

a. functionalism

b.

c. humanism

d. realism

instrumentalism

1185) This philosophy of education is dominated by the
technological experimental advancement which
have so powerfully shaped our modern culture; it
is concerned with recognizing change and
adjusting thorough the use of the scientific
method; it concentrates on present problems
rather than on the application of a priori principles
to the solution of present problems.
a. existentialism
b. essentialism
c. naturalism

d. progressivism

1186) Another feature of this philosophy of education is
that it considers the child as the center of the
education process. The aims of education are
formulated in accordance with interest and well
being of the child. The curriculum is constructed
to suit the intellectual capacities and other
characteristics of the child.
a. existentialism
b. essentialism
c. naturalism

d. progressivism

1187) Another feature of this philosophy of education is
that it emphasizes learning by doing. The child
must participate in all learning activities.
a. existentialism
b. essentialism
c. naturalism

d. progressivism

1188) This philosophy of education puts emphasis on
uniqueness of the individual. Man functions,
grows, develops, makes choices, suffers,
experiences intense feelings, and faces God as
an individual.
a. essentialism
b. existentialism
c. progressivism

d. realism

1189) Education is the process of developing awareness
about the freedom of choice and the meaning
and responsibility for one’s choice. This is
philosophy of education is known as:
a. essentialism
b. existentialism
c. progressivism
d. idealism
1190) It is believe that schools should originate policies
and progress, which would bring about reform of
the social order, and teachers, should use their
power to lead the young in the program of social
reform. They agree that educational philosophies
are culturally based and grow out of a specific
cultural pattern conditioned by living at a given
time in particular place. This is philosophy of
education is known as:
a. essentialism
b. philosophical analysis
c. reconstructionism

d. progressivism

1191) This philosophy of education left a legacy
characterized by: “Emphasis on the child as the

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learner, rather on the subject matter;” “Stress on
activities and experiences, rather than on
textbook reliance and memorization;” and
“Absence of fear and punishment for disciplinary
purposes.” . This is philosophy of education is
known as:
a. essentialism
b. philosophical analysis
c. reconstructionism d. progressivism
1192) It is a philosophy of education that proclaims the
spiritual nature of men and the universe. Its
basic viewpoint stresses the human spirit, soul or
mind as the most important element in life. It
holds that the good, true and beautiful are
permanently part of their structure of a related,
coherent, orderly and unchanging universe. This
is philosophy of education is known as:
a. idealism
b. essentialism
c. existentialism
1193)

d. progressivism

This refers to the universal elements of man that
are unchanging regardless of time, place and
circumstances. It us these universals that make
up the elements in the education of man.
Education implies teaching, teaching implies
knowledge, knowledge is truth and truth is the
same everywhere. This is philosophy of
education is known as:
a. idealism
b. realism
c. progressivism

d. reconstructionism

1194) This philosophy of education believes that each
child follows a logical pattern of growth
development and that education must be attuned
to these natural patterns. This is philosophy of
education is known as:
a. Naturalism
b. realism
c. pragmatism

d. existentialism

1195) Possession of a philosophy of education makes an
educator –
a. a mechanical follower of routine
b. an easy victim of “educational fad”
c. an intelligent member of the profession
d. an expert in selecting subject matter
1196) Education has been derived from the Latin word
“educate” which means to –
a. guide and direct
b. discipline and control
c. nourish, bring up, to train
d. reflect and meditate
1197) Philosophy of education refers to –
a. reflective points of view on education
b. goals and objectives of education
c. mission statement of education
d. update education

1198) Idealism when applied to education emphasizes
that –
a. material aspect of life
b. spiritual nature of nature
c. scientific facts
d. objective reality
1199) The philosophy of idealism as expounded by Plato,
means that –
a. ideas, “forms” or universals come ahead of
particular
b. things existing in man’s world
c. ideas are so real and enduring that objects
of senses are reflecting or non-permanent
as compared to them
d. physical objects are only imperfect
embodiment of ideas
e. all of these
1200) Realism as a philosophy was expounded by
Aristotle in manner –
a. nature of things whose existence needs not to
be proven is the starting point for
philosophizing
b. material thing have their own nature, come
into existence due to various causes
c. the first cause is known as the Prime Mover
and who is himself unmoved
d. all of these
1201) Which of the following is John Dewey’s pragmatic
education philosophy?
a. education is life
b. education is growth and social process
c. education is continuous reconstruction of
experience
d. all of these
1202) Which of the following explain the maim ideas of
Scholasticism?
a. man is both physical and spiritual being that
is, with body and soul
b. man is rational being who knows what is
right or wrong
c. when there is conflict between reason and
faith, the latter should prevail
d. all of these
1203) Pragmatism could be best explained in this manner

a. to determine the meaning of any idea, put
into practice in the objective world of
actualities and whatever its consequences
prove to be, these constitute the meaning of
idea
b. to determine the meaning of any idea, you to
rely on your personal, subjective views
c. to determine the meaning of any idea, you to
rely on your personal, objective views
d. none of these
1204) Pragmatism, when applied to education,
emphasizes the –
a. permanent truth
b. that truth is man-made, that there is nothing
permanent, everything changes

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c. future of society
d. ultimate reality of anxieties and death
e. none of these
1205) Pragmatism rely most on the –
a. introspection method c. deductive method
b. experimental method d. speculative method
1206) Humanism holds that –
a. the aim of education is man’s perfection so
that he can live a truly human life
b. man is both matter and spirit and has to live
by his reason and will
c. man’s perfection is achieved through
disciplining the material aspect of his lie for
spiritual supremacy
d. all of these
1207) Existentialism, as a philosophy states that –
a. reality is a matter of individual’s own making
based on his free choices and decisions
b. the world is fundamentally absurd without
any purpose that life’s significance is only
found in what a person gives to his life
c. man cannot escape the reality of anxieties
and death
d. all of these
1208) Essentialism holds that the aim of education is –
a. mastery of science and technology
b. adjustment of the child to his world by
equipping with the basic knowledge, skills,
attitudes, ideals of cultures which are fixed
and universal
c. complete development of critical and
creative mind
d. pure spiritual and moral development
1209) When applied to education, existentialism
considers the –
a. importance of values and religious education
b. uniqueness, freedom of choices and
experience of man
c. undesirable traits of man
d. all of these
1210) Of the following stage of human development
theories that is a culminating stage?
a. Erikson’s conflict between initiative and guilt
b. Freud anal stage
c. Piaget’s formal operational stage
d. Holophrastic speech
e. Kohlberg’s punishment-obedience morality
orientation
1211) Which of the following describe a common
philosophy of life among simple Filipinos?
a. to strive for more material progress at any
cost
b. to be proud of one’s success
c. to maintain harmony with God and man
d. to be completely humble and submissive to
others
1212) The belief that the aims of education should be
arranged in the order of their contribution to

human survival is closely associated with which
of the following?
a. the utilitarian of Spencer
b. the naturalism of Rousseau
c. the realism of Thomas Aquinas
d. the pragmatism of Dewey
e. the humanism of Erasmus
1213) Which of the philosophical position could plausibly
be taken to support the practice of allowing
students to choose their own educational goals
and experiences?
a. Positivism c. Essentialism e. Perenialism
b. Existentialism
d. Realism
1214) The teacher uses a variety of instructional materials
with different groups of students and expects
students largely to direct their own learning.
Students are encouraged to select their own
topics for learning, devise their own activities and
group themselves according to their interests.
The teacher usually works with individual or small
groups of students throughout the school day.
According to the description of the
educational values of the teacher appear to be
most reflective of which of the following:
a. Behaviorism
b. Humanism
c. Structuralism
d. Traditionalism
e. Positivism
1215) The essence of education is reason and intuition.
This implies that education should concentrate
on developing the rational faculty since man’s
most distinctive characteristics is his ability to
reason. It follows that education should employ
methods of mental discipline and the teacher
should be an authority of his subject matter.
Which educational theory adheres to this
position?
a. Existentialism
b. Perenialism
c. Essentialism

d. Progressivism

1216) The classroom viewed as a miniature society where
pupils engage in problem-solving activities
reflective of the personal and social experiences
of the children. The emphasis of the classroom
is on the acquisition of skills, which can help
them solve own real-life problems. Which
educational theory is referred to here?
a. Progressivism
b. Idealism
c. Existentialism

d. Naturalism

1217) The school should provide for group thinking in a
democratic atmosphere that fosters cooperative
learning rather than competitive learning.
Scientific methods of inquiry complement such
atmosphere in the student quest for shared
experiences. Which theory advocates this view?
a. Progressivism
b. Essentialism
c. Existentialism
d. Perenialism

Idealism 1222) The curriculum should concentrate on the basis such as reading. pupils learn though imitation. Which theory prescribes this view? a. Realism b. to include humanities in the secondary level. In the use oft his model. and arithmetic in the elementary. This implies that the state should provide for schools so those children will have access to education and satisfy this basic need and exercise of their right. though the reconstruction experience. Existentialism 1220) The philosophy believes that ideas are innate to the individual. Existentialism c. Essentialism c. Induction c. the former would setup situations in the classroom where the learner can develop these aspects of his individuality. Naturalism d. Perennialism d. Realism c. Existentialism d. Essentialism d. Pragmatism . Pragmatism 1227) Children need a passionate encounter with perennial problems of life. The teacher participation is very minimal because the pupils dominate the class activities. Idealism 1226) Education is considered both a basic need and right of citizens. writing. Existentialism d. Pragmatism c. Naturalism c. Which philosophy advocates this belief? a. Idealism c. The model also distinguishes “denotative” from “connotative” concepts. Essentialism c. Idealism c. Perenialism c. free choosing. Idealism c. initial educative experience should contribute to succeeding more effective experience. Reality. Language Analysis d. Existentialism 1228) One of the distinctive view of cosmology is – a. The character of learning. Progressivism c. Realism d. Which theory recommends this method of education? a. the anguish of freedom. the reality of choices. Naturalism c. Existentialism b. Progressivism d. the agony and joy of love. Realism b. and even the inevitability of death. Realism d. Deduction d. Skepticism b. and responsible individual made of intellect and emotion. Whose belief is this education? a. Pluralism 1230) Reasoning from particulars to a general conclusion is called – a. Henderson’s model in teaching of concepts. Pragmatism b. Language Analysis d. Language Analysis b. Idealism b. Which school of thought underlies this belief? a.Page 76 of 104 1218) Growth. Which theory recommends this type of curriculum? a. effort and discipline. Which is the principal exponent of this role of the teacher? a. Hence. Naturalism 1221) It’s proponents advocate devising paradigms in the educative process like Kenneth B. Empirical researchers should be done on the effectiveness of teaching and teachers. Essentialism 1225) The teacher is the personification of reality in the classroom. Perennialism b. Reconstructionism 1223) Teacher should constantly examine and reexamine their strategies and techniques in the classroom. What theory underlies this nature of the learner? a. Existentialism b. Revelation 1231) One of the theories of education whose basic principle is “existence precedes essence” is called – a. and expansion and continuation of the basics. Agnosticism d. as implied here episodic. is regarded as a creation of the Absolute Mind. the consequences of actions. Both beautiful and ugly or the positive and negative sides of life should be stressed in the educative process. Essentialism b. Existentialism b. the true essence of the Socratic dialogue (questioning method) is analogous to midwifery -to-wring ideas from the learner. Idealism d. In effect. Which theory recommends this type of educative process? a. All of these 1229) A questioning attitude toward the possibility of having any knowledge – a. Which philosophy advocates this goal of education? a. Realism 1224) Education should be “active” and related to the needs and interest of the learners. Dualism c. Education should lead to more education. Realism 1219) When teacher view the learner as a unique. is the nature. the context of this concept must be taken fully into account because it may otherwise change the meaning of the name given the concept. and should be open-ended goal of education. interest. Idealism b. Evolutionism b. Perennialism d. The teacher should be emulated. Rationalization b. in this belief. Learning occurs amidst movements and activities.

functionalism b. existentialism b. a. Perennialism b. a. a. if exactly the same as Platonic idealism. suffers. Spiritualism c. naturalism d. it is concerned with recognizing change and adjusting thorough the use of the scientific method. a. Emergency Theory b. or more or less definite system of thought in which stress is placed upon practical consequences and values as standards for explicating philosophic concepts. Essentialism c. should form the basis of one’s education. skills. progressivism 1238) It is a tendency. Pragmatism 1233) A theory founded on the belief that the body of knowledge. Double Aspect Theory 1235) Man has the power of choice and is capable of genuine initiative. ideals. humanism considered as the ultimate aim of education in Christian perfection in t his life as prerequisite to the life beyond. or ideals. naturalism d. Progressivism d. a. instrumentalism c. and purposeful. eternal. . idealism 1237) This view that the whole of reality is nature. Determinism b. are dependent both for their existence and for their meaning. etc. humanism d. idealism 1236) It consists of transcendent universals. attitudes. pragmatism 1242) This refers to as the doctrine where an indispensable common core of culture knowledge. realism 1244) This philosophy of education is dominated by the technological experimental advancement which have so powerfully shaped our modern culture. naturalism 1239) it is a kind of pragmatism. The aims of education are formulated in accordance with interest and well being of the child. movement. The curriculum is constructed to suit the intellectual capacities and other characteristics of the child. essentialism c. or experience to which the methods of dealing with nature may be extended. a. supernaturalism c. This philosophy subordinates mind to matter and holds that ultimate reality is material.” a. which has endured through time and space. The child must participate in all learning activities. pragmatism 1241) This philosophy of education places spiritual things over and above worldly things. naturalism d. Man is both matter and spirit and his spiritual will must prevail over his materials and wordily desires for him to avoid sinning and for him to attain spiritual perfection. a. existentialism b. and more real than the specific individual instances in which t hey are manifested. essentialism c. naturalism b. a. pragmatism d. self-moving. which stresses thought as an instrument and its function as adapting the human organism to its environment. progressivism 1246) Another feature of this philosophy of education is that it emphasizes learning by doing. naturalism b. existentialism b. self-explanatory. develops. progressivism 1243) This theory holds that universals are independent of antecedent to. There is no area. existentialism b. humanism d. essentialism c. a. a. which are the objects of true knowledge. Existentialism b. It is c. knowledge. supernaturalism d. humanism c. ulterior to all finite existence. on which all finite beings and activities human knowledge and morality. progressivism 1245) Another feature of this philosophy of education is that it considers the child as the center of the education process. an order of form which are real. Free Will d. and as tests for determination their value and truth. a. The core should be taught systematically to the learners who should maintain a rigorous standard of achievement. essentialism c. a. This theory is very similar to. intelligible. Essentialism 1234) Mind and body are two aspects of a fundamental reality whose nature is unknown – a. grows. pragmatism b. realism d. functionalism b. realism c. a. Man functions. Parallelism d. realism 1240) This educational philosophy has a dual purpose: to educate the individual for his life here on earth and to prepare him for his life beyond. forms. Pragmatism c. can be identified. naturalism d.Page 77 of 104 1232) An educational theory. instrumentalism c. which is sometimes referred to as “experimentation. existentialism b. Creativism c. Idealism d. It also involves the belief that there exists. naturalism d. it concentrates on present problems rather than on the application of a priori principles to the solution of present problems. naturalism b. essentialism c. makes choices. humanism d. progressivism 1247) This philosophy of education puts emphasis on uniqueness of the individual.

mathematics. 1. Essentialism d.Page 78 of 104 experiences intense feelings. rather than competitive lesson learning d. schooling requires discipline and a respect for legitimate authority d. none of these 1250) Perennialism represents a conservative theoretical view cantered in the authority of tradition and the classis. cooperative learning.” What philosophy does statement correlate? a. 4. principles and theories. 3. existentialism c. 4. it is man’s unexpressed feelings. 5 above b. 2. epistemology 1256) If one wants to become a physician. stress activities and experiences. Axiology c. and 6 d. judgments and convictions d. truth is universal and does not depend on the circumstances of place.all of these f. 3. objective reality 1254) Which of the following give much importance to the teacher’s role in society? 1. rather than on the subject matter. scientific facts d. learning requires hard work and disciplined attention e. emphasis on the child as the learner. Idealist 5. time or person b. truth can be found in the great work of civilization d. e . Logic d. These principles are: The Principle of Growth The Principles of Student Activity The Principle of individualization The Principle of Child Readiness The Principle of Child Development The Principles of Real Objective Existence a. b. Pragmatist 2. a. it is the sum total of the behavior tendencies of a person from a specific stimulus b. 2. none of these 1252) Which of the following is an application of the philosophy of Naturalism in Education? a. and 6 b. and 3 c. rather than on textbook reliance and memorization c. and faces God as an individual. Among its major educational principles are: a. English and foreign languages c. 4. What philosophy of education this situation suggested? a. essentialism b. a good education involves a search for an understanding of the truth c. education must accept the learner’s conduct good or bad 1253) Idealism when applied to education emphasis the: a. materials aspects of life b. education must change the learner’s nature b. 3. 4. Reconstructionism c. metaphysics e. 4 1255) What branch of philosophy where on asks “how do we acquire knowledge”? a. and 5 1249) Progressive education left a legacy characterized by: a. It serves as an inventory of practices. Humanism d. supernaturalism 1257) The explanation “man is both matter and spirit and his natural will must prevail over his materials and worldly desires for him to avoid sins. which guides his actions c. 5. 1. 1. 5 d. progressivism d. nature of the universe c. 3. ontology b. Essentialism 1258) Which of the following sentences expresses a broader meaning of philosophy? a. education is a liberal exercise that develops the intellect e. Pragmatism c. education must encourage superstition part of nature d. 1. 5 e. Eastern Philosophers 4. realism 1248) Rousseau established three great principles of teaching that formed the basis of the reforms of Pestalozzi. the elementary school curriculum should aim to cultivate basis tool skills that contribute to literacy and mastery of arithmetical computation b. science. 2. 2. it is a man’s beliefs and views about the world. 2. then he must take up medicine in medical school. 1. all of these f. 3. education must conform to the natural processes of growth and development c. the secondary curriculum should cultivate competencies in history. Theism b. 1 & 5 only c. Realists a. all of these 1251) Among the common themes found in the essentialist point of view are: a. spiritual. Supernaturalism e. absence of fear punishment for disciplinary purposes e. it is man’s empirical observation which influence education 1259) What do you think is the reason why the role of philosophy of education has been strongly endorsed? a. humanism e. 4. . realism b. Herbart and Froebel. Communists 3.

It serves as punitive device for those who cannot conform to ideal educational practices. Which method of teaching in contemporary education is similar to this? a. d. Absence of Method of Teaching d. John Locke who believes that a child’s mind is blank state d. which says that every child is naturally fit for a task in life? a. Character education should emphasize selfcontrol and tolerance c. Comenius who believes that a child is essentially evil but rectified through education 1270) Zen Buddhism as a philosophy prized intuition rather than intellectual discovery. It serves as a means to enlighten what has been found unsound educational practice. which means those students. which is speculative? a. particularly. which means that teachers in higher education institutions must use their expertise to teach the truth. Socialized recitation d. The teacher should develop teaching materials that are adaptable in all school subjects. a. which states that child. d. Character education should include military discipline 1267) Buddha spent much of his life and teaching and directing his disciples using proper sequence of ideas. Presence of equity and access in education 1265) In what way will the Bhagavad—Gita as a philosophy coincides with the education philosophy of idealism? a. Inductive method 1268) The Confucian ideal of the superior individual was one who lives a life of rightness. One evil cannot rectify by another evil—Jose Rizal c. c. The teacher should develop varied experiences that are commensurate to the developmental levels of other pupils. It serves as a common denominator when diversities and conflicting educational practices arise. can move on in their lesson by their own pace. Religion is more important than education c. What do you think is the adverse effect of this on education? . Academic freedom. A crime cannot be expiated by vain lamentation— Jose Rizal d. The teacher should assign pupils to groups for their socialization. Froebel who believes that a person is a social being c. c. is essentially evil but he is rectified through education. Being educated was a question of conduct and character b. 1264) Why is the Caste System of India contrary to democracy? a. Reality is mind and body. Character education should lead students to industry and thrift b. b. Reality is atom. Through education our Motherland will receive light— Jose Rizal 1263) What kind of education will result if it is patterned after Indian philosophy. thus education is memorization d. Being educated was a question of wealth and power c. What does this means? a. 1262) Which statement is parallel to Comenius view of the nature of the child. his being opposed to untouchability and his being an advocate of equal rights of women in reflected is the school practices in the Philippines today? a. b.Page 79 of 104 b. Being educated was a question of birth 1269) Taoism of Lao-Tzu as a philosophy states that people were originally happy but suffer now as a result of the changes brought by civilization. Student bookkeeping. d. thus education is contractual c. d. Absence of social mobility through education b. b. which means that poor but deserving students must get full financial support for their education. Progressive scholarship. Being educated was a question of rank and status d. Little learning is a dangerous thing—Juan Luna b. Character education should develop subjective values. Pupil’s objective observations will be encouraged. thus education is experimental 1266) Which of those is an example of Mahatma Gandhi’s Theory of Non-violence? a. Which one parallels this? a. c. Reality is spirit. Superstitious beliefs will be treated as valid as scientific findings. The teacher should prepare learning tasks that will serve as follow-up for further learning. thus education is tutorial b. 1261) Which of the following educational implications is called for Plato’s view about the nature of the child. 1260) Which of Gandhi’s philosophy. Reality is nature. Access and equity which means that school must be open to all regardless of race and status. Deductive Method c. c. Teachers will be inclined to use experimentation as method of teaching. Debate b. Truths are testable. Rousseau who believed that a child is essentially good but he is corrupted by society b. d. virtue and propriety.

such as striking the head. in his book. including the teacher plays vital role in the pupils learning c. Communicative competence method d. Oral tradition and reading of sacred literature 1277) Which of these is NOT true about philosophy of education and the teacher? a. The environment. unaware of subject or object. Learning is organization of values and attitudes c. Idealism 1282) This Western philosophy has affinity for precision and order. God may be viewed as a loving Father b. Oral discourse and dialectic d. What do you think was the method? a. Naturalism d. Alphabetic-phonetic method b. God may be viewed as a reverend authority d. Structural analysis method c. in his book THE REPUBLIC stated that every person should serve where his talents fit. Leaders gather together the thoughts of the day in the form of sutras. Learning will take place even without the teacher b. The desire for order and precision has been imbibed by Filipino educators as manifested in such contemporary school practices as ringing bells. To develop the person to the maximum of his capacity b. Pragmatism b. Regardless of status in life one can raise his career by using his abilities to the maximum c. Increase the teacher’s awareness of his life and career b. To provide education for religiosity 1279) Rousseau. set time periods for . What prohibition in the Philippines Education System parallels this? a. To provide subsidy to the needy. Emile tried to convince people that a child be educated in the environment of the home. d. Children lack self-confidence d. God can inspire the teacher as he manages the learning process 1274) For western thinkers. Contrary to what he believes is his philosophy 1278) What do you think makes democracy as philosophy better than communism? Democracy aims a. Yoga. What is its educational implication? a. Which concept of education parallels this thinking? a. which required commentaries to make them intelligible. Learning is behavioral change b. Eastern philosophy is spiritual in her approach to development d. For the Eastern philosophers’ progress may mean nonattachment and the development of one’s inner being. Cultivates a wide range of interest. b. It is still very popular in our school but now in the form of informal dialectic as in questioning and discussion sessions. Learning is experiencing life d. Teacher makes decisions and act accordingly c. It was widely used throughout the Middle Ages particularly by Christian educators. God may be viewed as a protector of all c. Physical exercise during class sessions b. Top position should be occupied by the rich 1281) The dialectic method was believed to be the best method of learning by this philosophy because it was regarded as a critical method of thinking. Existentialism c. Eastern philosophy is concerned about ethics and aesthetics b. All of these 1275) Eastern philosophy states that one cannot live a good life unless he is transformed. especially the learning language. Western philosophy equates development with economic progress c. Which philosophy is closely associated with this method? a. One’s economic status determines his profession b. The bright should serve the bright and poor should serve the poor d. All of these 1273) One of the philosophers of Christian church was St. What educational implications may be made from this concept in teaching? a. Sources of authority in education may not be acknowledged b. Learning is acquisition of facts and information 1276) In terms of curriculum and methods how does Eastern philosophy differ from Western philosophy? Which one belongs to Western philosophy? a. c. progress is measured in terms of better jobs and more practical and efficient social system. Thomas Aquinas who wrote “De Magistro” which considers that the teacher as the secondary cause of learning. Which one is close to both Eastern and Western thoughts? a. What education implications may be derived from this? a. Corporal punishment in the classroom d. in which the mind enters a trance where it is emptied of all content. The pupils themselves are responsible for their learning as they interact with the environment d. d. Learning is more of gut feeling rather that analysis 1271) The Zen method includes physical violence. Objectivity in the appraisal of knowledge c. All of these 1272) One of the fundamental concepts of Judaism is the belief that God cares for the world and all its creatures. To develop the person to become a citizen who can be called to defend his country from invaders c.Page 80 of 104 a. Natural method 1280) Plato. Ice breakers in between lessons c.

Greater participation for the learner’s b. pupils in particular and people in general would come to realize that there are forces and laws that govern their life. which type of knowledge is appealed to by this method? a. Pragmatism 1283) The civil service examination for entry to government position and to the various professions is popularly perceived as fitting culmination of one’s formal education in our country today. Which philosophy has advocated such practices? a. Rational knowledge d. and that their free will or choices have no power to control or change them. Confucianism c. Islam 1287) Teacher-student relationship is given much emphasis in our schools. Which Eastern philosophy has influenced us in this attitude? a. Experimental theory d. Correspondence theory c. line-staff from of administration organization. has built up their negative attitude toward education. While the practice does not really approximate the real method. Principle of integration b. Teacher domination of activities . India d. Islam b. Theory of verifiability d. He would discard traditional ones in favor of modern practices. Formal instruction pattern c. It has its origin in a country considered to have nurtured to the world’s human culture. Confucianism d. Rationalism d. Scholasticism b. As in Kantian moral philosophy an ancient Oriental sage has advocated a universal maxim of human conduct. China 1284) Though it is not yet widespread. Buddhism d. Correspondence theory c. a Greek mathematicism. Buddhism d. the activity is rooted in a certain epistemological theory. Realism c. Buddhism c. Coherence theory b. Which concept or principle is referred to here? a. Empirical knowledge b. Which theory is referred to here? a. Which theory is involved here? a. Experimental theory 1290) When the teacher presents objects and asks the pupils to describe them in terms of qualities perceived through the use of the senses. departmentalization in the higher educational level. Intuitionism c. Hinduism c. course scheduling. Coherence theory b. As an elder. Which is one is considered a progressivist reform in methodology/ a. Japan c. the Filipino teacher is expected to be similarly treated by her pupils. Categorical imperative 1289) When the teacher leads the class to conduct a scientific inquiry to test its observations of a certain phenomenon. some teachers employ this Oriental method of yoga to instill discipline and order in the class. Which ancient Eastern philosophy has greatly contributed to this tradition? a. Confucianism 1288) Through their varied experiences in life and lessons in school. Hinduism b. Buddhism c. Judaism b. Appetitive principle c. a teacher leads the class to learn a mathematical truth discovered thousands of years ago by Pythagoras. Islam d. Islam 1286) The fatalistic attitude of many Filipinos particularly the disadvantages families. Revelationism b. Which theory of knowledge is primarily involved in these learning tasks? a. Shintoism 1285) The teaching of rules of conduct in the classroom and their classroom and their application in the home and community has been the influence of an ancient Eastern philosophy. Strict eternal discipline d. Idealism d.Page 81 of 104 study. his methodology is consisted with this epistemological concept. Initiative knowledge 1292) When the leader leads the class to discover truth by relating parts of the whole as in the case of most truths in formal sciences like logic and mathematics. Most of their science lessons would confirm this philosophical concept. They do not consider education as if factor for social mobility or a sound investment in human resource development. Empiricism 1291) In another instance. Pragmatic theory 1293) A teacher who subscribes to the progressivist theory of education would embrace certain reforms in connection with methodology. some teachers resort it to for this purpose? a. Saudi Arabia b. prepackaged curriculum materials. This evidence of the personalistic element of Filipino culture is carried over to schools from our legacy of a closely-knit family structure where there is respected and loyalty to elders. Which philosophy is referred to here? a. increasing specialization in curriculum. daily lesson plan. Which country is referred to here? a. Authoritative knowledge c. Principle of determination d. Hinduism b. the class is strictly adhering to certain theory of truth.

Realism d. Pragmatism 1298) The curriculum is a means of forming desirable habits. In the use of this model. Which is the principal exponent of this role of the Teacher? a. the teacher here offers knowledge. Existentialism d. The model also distinguishes “connotative” concept. His/hers is the task of perfecting mind. as a great philosopher advised they way to do this is to tell the learner as little as possible and induce him to discover as much as possible. he gives his views without asking the class to accept them. Henderson’s model in the teaching of concepts. Naturalism c. At times he/she becomes the very father or mother of the pupil’s soul. Pragmatism 1305) Student needs a passionate encounter with the perennial problems of the life. Reconstructionism 1301) Teachers should constantly examine or re-examine their strategies and techniques in the classroom. Perennialism c. in this belief. The objectives of the curriculum are habits or tendencies to acquire use. The teacher is an authority b. First.” Most of his knowledge is based on what he discovers in his own active relations with things and people. Idealism c. that is such that if arouses in the learner an active quest for information and for production of new ideas. Naturalism b. Empirical researchers should be done on the effectiveness of teaching and teachers. the highest form of existence in the common. Secondly. Idealism a. Which theory prescribes this view? a. Idealism c. More often then not. pupils learn through imitation. effort. Pragmatism 1299) Its proponents advocate devising in the education process like Kenneth H. Idealism 1300) The curriculum should concentrate on the basic such reading. the class accepts the teacher’s stand because it is well-studied one. reality. Idealism 1304) Education is considered both a basic need and right of citizens. Perennialism c. Pragmatism b. Perennialism d. the agony and joy . Idealism b. Reconstructionism 1302) Education should be active and related to the needs and interests of the learners. 1296) The teacher should be a fellow worker with God in perfecting man. Which theory recommends this type of the curriculum? a. Essentialism b. The teacher is to be emulated. The teacher is directive 1295) There is a universally accepted principle that “the child educates himself in great measure. In effect. How is the teacher described in this role? a. and discipline. Language Analysis c. Which theory advocates this view of the curriculum? 1303) The teacher is a personification of reality in the classroom. Learning experiences should be drawn from the personal and social experiences of the learner d. Naturalism d. The teacher is nondirective c. and expansion and continuation of the basics to include humanities in the secondary level. Beside. Existentialism b. Which theory recommends this method of education? a. Progressivism c. Education should be based on needs and interest of the learner b. The teacher is a model to be emulated d. writing and arithmetic in the elementary. To which school of thought do these ideas belong? a. Pragmatism 1297) According to one of its popular exponents. Learning occurs amidst movements and activities. Which philosophy advocates this belief? a. Essentialism b. Realism b. Existentialism d. Education should engage the spontaneous self-activity and volition of the learner c. Realism b. If asked to present his views on a controversial issue. Existentialism d. Essentialism d. This implies that the state should provide for schools so that children will have access to education and satisfy this basic need and exercise their right. Naturalism d. What educational concept supports this view? a. Education is a lightly personal process that involves the learner alone. it is the educator’s responsibility to see equally two things in the problem-solving method. Essentialism b. is regarded as a creation of the Absolute Mind. Realism c. It is suggested that the way to form these habits is by mastery of organized subject matter. The class can either accept or reject the teacher’s views. Essentialism d. Which theory advocates this role of the teacher? a. the context of the concept must be taken fully into account because it may otherwise change the meaning of the name given the concept. Realism c. Which theory recommends this type of educative process? a. interest.Page 82 of 104 1294) The existentialist position in teaching is that the teacher need not be a successful teacher but an honest one. and enjoy truth. that the problem grows not of the condition of the experience being had I the present and that is within the capacity of the students. The teacher’s participation is very minimal because the pupils dominate the class activities.

school-centered . Nationalism 1307) The curriculum should include only those. Naturalism 1315) The essence of education is reason and intuition. Essentialism c. Essentialism d. Essentialism c. Essentialism 1306) This Philosophy believes that ideas are innate to the individual. Realism c. Essentialism b. Which educational theory is referred to here? a. Reconstructionalism b. What theory underlies this nature of the learner? a. This belief stems from the view that education starts from the home with parents as the first teachers. the consequences of actions. Which educational theory adheres to this position? a. through the reconstruction of experiences. Idealism d. Idealism d. and is continued in the school. Idealism b. Idealism b. which can help them solve own real-life problems. Whose belief is this in education? a. subject-centered c. Naturalism d. Idealism d. The end viewers to effect change in the community to make it a better place to live in. Essentialism d. Language Analysis c. The emphasis in this classroom is on the acquisition of skills. Which theory recommends this educative process? a. Realism 1308) Teachers regard themselves as surrogate parents along the “loco parents” principle. This implies that parents have the primary responsibility of educating their children. society-centered b. It follows that education should employ methods of mental discipline and the teacher should be an authority of his subject matter. Essentialism b. the former would set up situation in the classroom where the learner can develop these aspects of his individuality. With theory prescribes this nature of the curriculum? a. Pragmatism d. Which school of thought underlies this belief? a. and sets out to effect the solution in the community to eradicate the problem. Realism b. Realism 1313) When a teacher views the learner as a unique free choosing and responsible individual made us of intellect and emotion. Essentialism b. and even the inevitability of death. Progressivism 1316) Which education philosophy emphasizes adjustment to and ever changing society? a.Page 83 of 104 of life. a social institution that should provide sustained guidance and protection to the young learner. Progressivism b. Reconstructionism c. Idealism b. Progressivism c. Perennialism 1312) Growth. Realism d. is the nature. Existentialism 1314) The classroom is viewed as a miniature society where pupils engage in problem-solving activities reflective of the personal and social experiences of the children. history and mathematics with the sciences of the physical word. Reconstructionism d. Education should lead to more education. Essentialism 1317) How do you describe the curriculum in a realistic school? a. the true essence of the Socratic dialoguem dialogue (questioning method) is analogous to midwifery—to out ideas from the learner. such curriculum contains virtues that are deemed universal and unchanging. Which theory advocates this role of teacher? a. Both the beautiful and ugly of the positive and negative sides of life should be stressed in the educative process. Which philosophy advocates this goal of education? a. discuss various means of solving it. to choose fro themselves whether or not to accept them the teacher’s role is to offer knowledge. This implies that education should concentrate on developing the rational faculty since man’s most distinctive characteristic is his ability is his ability to reason. and should be open-minded goal of education. Perennialism d. Which theory advocates this view? a. The character of learning as implied here is episodic. Pragmatism d. Which school of thought espouses this nature of education? a. Perennialism d. Realism c. Hence. society-centered d. the anguish of freedom. Existentialism 1311) The school provide for group thinking in a democratic atmosphere at that foster cooperative learning than competitive learning. arrives at a consensus on the means of solving the problems. the reality of choice. Existentialism c. Pragmatism b. initial educative experience should contribute to a succeeding more effective experience. Realism c. Progressivism b. Scientific methods of inquiry compliment such atmosphere in the student’s quest for shared experience. Existentialism 1310) The class identifies a social or economic problem requiring an urgent solution. Perennialism c. Existentialism c. Idealism b. which have survived the test and combine the symbols and ideas of literature. Existentialism c. Idealism 1309) The teacher presents principles and values and the reason for them encouraging students to examine them in order to choose for themselves whether or not to accept them.

In which learning activities will her students engage? a. collect taxes from donations or contributions given directly for educational purposes. emphasized in Science and Technology d. Montessori Herbart. it serves as basis in making decision c. The pupils are exposed to manipulate activities c. d. Both emphasize on learning by doing c. Flores believes that is very necessary for the students to know the laws of nature because these will help them solve their problem. take charge of the administration of educational institutions b. Pestalozzi. RA No. life-long education c. 1332) Rapid technological development facilities transmission of knowledge for educational purposes. Computer Assisted Technology 1333) Institutions of learning are required to meet the minimum standards for state recognition but are encouraged to set higher standards of quality over and above the minimum through ____ as provided in Educational Act of 1982. Montessori Froebel. Rousseau. By using motivation techniques b. Ratke 1327) Miss Cruz believes that “what is true today may no longer be true tomorrow. Avila is a Realistic teacher. Distance Educational Technology d. What could be his education philosophy? a. In what respect are they similar? a. academic freedom b. Pragmatism and Perennialism 1319) Mr. observation and imitation 1322) Mrs. 7743 1331) By constitutional mandate the state shall exercise reasonable supervision and regulation of all educational institutions. Both emphasize on recalling and instruction 1321) Mr. What could be her basic educational philosophy? a. RA No. whether formal or informal through media technology. By letting the learner apply what they learned 1326) Who were the educational philosophers who gave much consideration to the learner? . 5447 b. municipal. voluntary accreditation d. it develops her self-concept and esteem 1324) What is a distinct-feature of Montessori education? a.” What learning objective will she stress? a. Realism d. RA No. Mass Media Technology c. Discussion of controversial issues 1329) Value education is offered as a separate subject in the NSEC while value development is ___. Pragmatism b. Progressivism c. Reyes is a pragmatic teacher what could be her major or outstanding characteristic? a. How does a teacher apply it? a. integrated in all subject areas 1330) Aside from the appropriation by Congress for the support of public education ____ was enacted to aid provincial. Ratke Confucius. By making the learner formulate generalization d. Master of subject d. Idealism a. Hands-on activities d. Authority in the classroom c. It allows her to become credible d. integrated with Technology and Home Economics c. a. Pragmatism d. This means that the state may ___. Visiting poor communities c. Development of thinking skills b. set and dictate the policies of private schools d. Sine Skwela Technology b. Development of moral character c. Plato. Essentialism and Perennialism b. Both emphasize the development of self b. Socially aware 1328) Mrs. impose minimum requirements and conditions upon which school may operate c. Model of moral and intellectual b. Essentialism 1323) Why does a teacher need to have a philosophy of education? a. 7784 c. emphasized for creativity and productivity b. Essentialism and Progressivism d. The pupils study their lesson at the same time b. city and barrio schools. The pupils are given more opportunities to learn through competition 1325) Herbert stressed the principle of apperception. a. 7731 d. RA No.Page 84 of 104 1318) Which group of teacher will favor the transmission of subject matter? a. Both emphasize on the importance of knowledge d. a. Vela puts so much importance on discipline and values development. b. Acquisition of information 1320) Mrs. The pupils are encourage to emulate others d. Idealism c. It makes her knowledgeable b. Acquisition of knowledge d. formal education b. By reviewing the learner about concepts related to the present lesson c. a. This development is called ___. c. Pragmatism and Progressivism c. Progressivism b. a. Cruz is a realist teacher while Miss David is a pragmatic teacher.

take into account local needs and condition and encourage local development planning c. formal and nonformal education should be compulsory c. homogenous classes Which policy of the State does the National Secondary Assessment Test (NSAT) enhance? a. get assurance that all educational policies are implemented nationwide d. extension classes b. a. a. education at all levels should be compulsory 1339) According to the Constitution.Page 85 of 104 1334) 1335) 1336) 1337) 1338) Which of the following is NOT provided in Education Act of 1940? a. a. proficient in Filipino and eight major dialects b. integrated in all subjects c. multi-grade classes d. a. National Secondary Achievement Test d. attack the best available talents through adequate remuneration d. c. service credits of one day for every five days of service during the whole year d. the national support of elementary education b. a. a teacher assigned to a school ten or more kilometers from the poblacion without regular means of transportation to reach. continuing. emphasized for creativity and productivity d. b. National Elementary Achievement Test b. Teacher Education Center of Excellence c. secondary and tertiary levels d. the evaluation of the graduates of secondary schools c. heterogeneous classes c. ensure that all schools are provided with modern equipment and facilities c. vocational education in the public schools The primary objective in the regionalization of the educational system is to ___. elementary education should be compulsory for all children of school age b. is entitle to ___. the State is required to establish and maintain free public and compulsory education in the ____. a hardship allowance of 25 percent of the monthly salary as additional compensation b. emphasized in Science and Technology 1346) To strengthen teacher education the Teacher Education Council created under RA No. 7764 will choose a private or public college engaged in pre-service. d. New Elementary School Curriculum 1345) Values education in the NSEC is offered as a separate subject as values development in the NSEC is ___. Department of Teacher Education b. globally competitive c. Commission on Teacher Education . elementary and secondary levels 1340) The recognition of teachers as persons in authority was conferred to them during the ___. the maintenance of the highest quality of education To fight illiteracy. a. the six-year elementary course d. These are ____. the privilege of teaching only four days a week 1344) The operation “Return to the Basics” saw its embodiment in the ____. elementary and high school education should be compulsory d. proficient in both Filipino and English 1343) According to Magna Carta for Teachers. integrated with Technology and Home Economics b. encourage teacher to conduct more researchers and studies on the arts and culture b. proficient in English and another foreign language d. a. Article XIV of the 1986 Constitution provides that the State shall assign the highest budgetary priority to education to ____ a. a. New Secondary Education Curriculum c. the coordination of functions and activities of education institutions b. an additional compensation of 50 percent of the monthly salary c. This will be called ____ a. the double-single session plan in the elementary schools c. formal and non-formal education of teachers in strategic places in each region of the country based on certain criteria. elementary level only b. the offering of scholarships to deserving students d. Further it provides that ___. the 1987 Constitution mandates that the state shall maintain a system of free education in elementary and high school. Spanish rule Japanese regime American rule Commonwealth government 1341) Section V. curtail the exodus of the teachers seeking employment abroad 1342) The primary objective of bilingual education is to prepare the learners to be ____. secondary level c. encourage the undertaking of language researches in various regions b. a. promote quality education at all levels and in all communities of the country These are also known as “combination classes” organized in barrios/barangays where the required number of pupils of the same grade levels has not met the required number to make a separate class thus the teacher apportions class time for instruction to every grade level within class.

school of the future 1352) The encouragement of self-learning. 46 during the incumbency of DECS Secretary Andrew Gonzales with an aim to study Philippine Education is the ___. a. Presidential Commission on Educational Reform b. This refers to ____. educational freedom d. to maintain English as a second language c. protection of teachers b. affection. the teacher resigns from his/her teaching job c. independent. the new name of multi-grade is ___. the conduct of NEAT and NSAT c. a teacher shall maintain a good reputation with respect to debts. no teacher shall be financially interested in any commercial venture involving textbooks and other school commodities where he/she can exercise official influence c. the coordination of functions and activities of education institutions Professionalization of teachers and teaching as promulgated in Presidential Decree No. paaralan ng bahay c. the teacher exercises discretion to avoid scandal and gossip and preferential treatment of that learner . a. the maintenance of the highest quality of education b. a. a. the evaluation of elementary grade graduates c. who may teach and what shall be the subjects of study and research. a teacher may not engage in any kind of business 1358) Which is ethical for a teacher to do in a situation where he/she falls in love with a student or when a student falls in love with his/her teacher? a. the teacher advises the student to discontinue with his/her studies b. a. With satisfactory teaching performance d. promoting the rights of all citizens to make quality education accessible to all c. at the tertiary level in both public and private institutions c. acceptance. loans and other financial matters b. Filipino is the Tagalog of the Tagalog speaking provinces d.Page 86 of 104 d. escuela nueva b. Philippine Commission to Survey Philippine Education 1355) The Constitutional provision on language has the following aims EXCEPT – a. to make Filipino the national language and medium of instruction and official communication 1356) The introduction of nonformal education in life with the Constitution provision on ___. Persons of dignity and reputation b. the revision of elementary education curriculum to make it responsible to the needs of the time d. Passed the licensure exams for teachers 1351) In a DECS Memorandum issued last 1998. which of the following teacher descriptions is included in the Code of Ethics for Professional Teachers? a. defines teaching as profession concerned with classroom institution ____. the teacher avoids that learner d. institutionalization of early childhood care and development 1353) The 1987 Philippine Constitution states the following EXCEPT – a. and out-of-school study programs as stated in the 1987 Constitution has given rise to ___. the implementation of open universities and distance learning programs d. affection and achievement d. the clamor for a Grade VII b. constitutional freedom c. attitudes 1357) With regards to business. at the elementary and secondary levels in both public and private schools d. by teachers on full-time basis b. ability. friendly school d. institutional freedom In the Preamble of the Code of Ethics for Professional Teachers. Survey Outcomes of Elementary Education d. to make Filipino the sole medium of instruction d. The official language of the Philippines are Filipino and English c. to make the regional dialect as auxiliary media of instructions in regional schools b. by teachers of permanent status The Educational Act of 1982 expressly granted institutions of higher learning the freedom to determine on academic grounds that shall be admitted to study. academic freedom b. no teacher shall act as an agent of textbooks and other school commodities where he/she can exercise official influence d. Duly licensed professional c. a. The National language of the Philippines is Filipino b. 1006. Teacher Education Commission 1347) 1348) 1349) 1350) Which policy of the State does the administration of the National Elementary Achievement Test (NEAT) enhance? a. The government shall initiate and sustain the use of Filipino as medium of official communication and as a language of instruction in the education system 1354) A presidential body to study Philippines Education created by virtue of Executive Order No. Commission on Philippine Education c. which does the Code of Ethics say about teachers? a.

make constitutional experts of the students d. The principal advised her to avoid any conduct. eradication of illiteracy d.at maka-Diyos c. acquaint students with the historical development of the Philippine Constitution c. makatao. elementary and secondary levels d. teachers of academic. which have corresponding responsibility. allow your husband a once a week completely free night out with his own friends b. conduct and relationship in the practice of profession b. an effective and efficient teacher d. familiarize her with the generally customs of right living in a society d. makabayan. possess dignity and reputation b. Which of the following action will not any manner discredit the teaching profession? a. a. makabayan. Science and Math 1370) The Filipino learner envisioned by the Department of Education is one who is imbued with the desirable values of a person who is – a. Filipino. which is not mentioned about teachers? a. insists on going together on your once a week free night together d. Which could have been the motive of the principal? a. writing anonymous letters b. vocational. dislike of white collar jobs c. teach children to find means and ways to get the amount of money needed c. development of a sense of nationhood d. technical or non-formal institutions 1369) In the most recent curriculum introduced in 2002. disciplined. Filipino. ask your husband to give you once a week. makakalikasan. at maka-Diyos b. relevant and quality curriculum and 1365) Which of the following is a value thrust of the New Elementary Education? a. at maka-Diyos d. refuse your husband request for a once a weeknight out Which of the following is less evil? A teacher had to collect money from parents to defray expenses of an elaborate Graduation Program. an enlightened. makakaragatan. acquaint her with principles of moral behavior. which discredits the teaching profession. a similar completely free night out with friends c. Science and Math d. makatao. makahalaman. with high moral values as well as technical and professional competence c. acquisition of appropriate vocational and technical skills b. develop the students into responsible. duly licensed professionals 1368) Whom does the Code of Ethics of Professional Teachers NOT cover? a. ask children to deposit half of their money for recess to the teacher d. teachers in all educational institutions at the pre-school. Which situation reflects balance of rights and authority? a. provides her a set of rules and regulation to observe in school Ms. integrates English. The principal handed a copy of the Teacher’s Code of Ethics. thinking citizens 1367) In the Preamble of the Code of Ethics of Professional Teachers. singles out Values Education b. compartmentalizes subject excluding English. serves as a practice environment for holistic learning c. make her aware of the principles and rules prescribed under the authority of the state c. assigning undeserved grades d. creative and productive citizen b. revealing confidential information to authorities concerned c. all full-time or part-time public and private school teachers and administrators c. Shrilly Ann Regalado is newly appointed teacher. extension and deepening of social concerns c. preservation of democratic values 1366) The main purpose of the compulsory study of the Constitution in the Philippine schools is to ___. more integrated . modern and up-to-date methods materials c. makabayan. makakalikasan. prepare students for law-making b. makatao. present simple program to cut down on expenses 1363) In recent years there has been an increasing emphasis on non-formal education. Makabayan is a subject – a. a. makabayan. teachers in the tertiary level b. pursuit of higher intellectual and moral values b. at maka-Diyos 1371) Which is NOT a characteristic of the 2002 Basic education Curriculum? a. LET passers d. request rich parents to start the collection and serve as model for the poor parents b. Which is the mission of the elementary education? a. special. love of arts in all forms 1364) The Philippine Education Act of 1982 defines the areas of concern of the three levels of the education system. What is the major concern of non-formal education in the Philippine context? a.Page 87 of 104 1359) 1360) 1361) 1362) Miss Connie Cepeda is newly appointed teacher. makasarili. joining social drinking and gambling session As a teacher you enjoy certain rights.

Equal access to cultural opportunities is ensured through the educational system. “paaralan-sa-bawat-barangay” b. All of these 1380) What statement is NOT TRUE with reference to Section 4. d. the official languages of the Philippines are Filipino and English. critical and creative thinking encouraged. The rights and duties of citizenship shall be taught. without exception. It shall be further developed and enriched on the basis of existing Philippine and other languages. c. d. respect for human rights. and out-of-school study programs are encouraged. b. Article XIV of the 1987 Constitution? a. e. Quality education is a privilege in so far as all citizens are concerned. The evolution of a Filipino national cultural based on one ethnic culture shall be fostered. The study of the Constitution shall be included in the curricula of all educational institution. Nationalism. All of these 1378) What statement is False with reference to Section 6 and 7 of Article XIV of the 1987 Constitution? a. shall be established exclusively for aliens and no group of aliens shall comprise more . s. Article XIV of the 1987 Constitution? a. e. values education framework d. The control and administration of educational institution shall be vested in the citizen of the Philippines. c. education for all c. Considering that science and technology are essential for national development. All educational institutions are mandated to undertake regular sports activities throughout the country. Bilingual education is defined operationally as the separate use of Filipino and English as media of instruction in definite subject areas. health education and physical education. with cost shouldered by the parents or guardians d. 1974? a. counteract elitism 1375) 1376) What statement is FALSE with reference to Section 1 and Section 2. c. No educational institution. b. Religion shall be allowed to be taught in public elementary and high schools within the regular class hours. The national language of the Philippines is Filipino. do away from colonial mentality c. c. without cost to the government c. science and education development plan 1373) The Philippine constitution directs the teaching of religion in public schools on the following conditions EXCEPT – a. d. love of humanity. e. Public education in the elementary is free and compulsory. c. e. Filipino shall be used as medium of instruction in social studies. facilitate communication among diverse linguistic groups b. English shall remain as medium. d. English and Filipino shall be taught as language subjects in all grades in the elementary and secondary schools. 25. For purposes of communication and instruction. b. subsidies and other incentives to deserving students in both public and private schools. scientific and technological knowledge broadened. moral character and discipline developed. option is expressed in writing b. All of these What statement is FALSE with reference to the provisions of Section 3. independent. patriotism. e. b. worked education. more holistic d. The use of Filipino as a medium of official communication and as language of instruction in the educational system is an executive prerogative.Page 88 of 104 b. makes use of interdisciplinary approach 1372) Which program was adopted to provide universal access to basic education to eradicate illiteracy? a. Spanish and Arabic shall be promoted on a vocabulary and optional basis. the State shall give priority to science and technology education. All of these 1377) What statement is FALSE with reference to the implementing guidelines the policy on bilingual education as contained in Department Order No. and appreciation of the role of national heroes shall be inculcated and fostered in all schools. officially adopt Tagalog as national language d. Arabic shall be used in areas where necessary. science. All of these 1379) What statement is FALSE with regard to the provisions of Section 10-19 of Article XIV of the 1986 Constitution? a. d. informal and indigenous learning. more compartmentalized c. Scholarship grants. student loan programs. Nonformal. b. vocational efficiency to be promoted. except in those schools using the vernacular. English and Filipino are used as media of instruction in Grade I in all schools. b. given only at the option of parents or guardians 1374) The adoption of national language directed by the Philippine Constitution is designed primarily to – a. Article XIV of the 1987 Constitution? a. self-learning. ethical and moral values strengthened.

d. relevant quality education in line with national goals and conducive to their full development as persons with human dignity. Philippine education accord rights to and imposes duties and obligations upon school administrators or managers.P. 232. c. c. Blg. the State shall assign the highest budgetary priority to education and ensure that teaching will retain its rightful share of the best available talents through adequate remuneration and others means of job satisfaction and fulfillment. The right to receive. Philippine education recognizes academic freedom. Philippine education provides equal access to cultural opportunities. c. 29. Sec. relevant quality education in line with national goals and conducive to their full development as persons with human dignity. Blg. b. 13:2 provides institutions the freedom to determine on academic grounds that shall be admitted to study. d. 1383) The State shall ensure that all the people shall be given as much as possible equal chance of obtaining an education and cultured life. 1382) Batas Pambansa Blg. b. and what shall be the subject of the study and research. Sec. Philippine education encourages voluntary accreditation. b. 1385) Which of the following is a right granted to students as provided in B. 232. a. 232. c. in Sec. Philippine education recognizes academic freedom. Philippine education provides equal access to cultural opportunities. through primarily competent instruction. Philippine education encourages voluntary accreditation. b. The right to organize themselves and/or with teachers for the purpose of providing a forum for the discussion of matters relating to the school programs. e. All of these 1381) Batas Pambansa Blg. who may teach.Page 89 of 104 than one-third of the enrolment in any school. Academic freedom shall be enjoyed in all institutions of higher learning. 8:1-2? a. 10:1-4? a. and what shall be the subject and research. c. 1387) Which of the following is a right granted to school personnel as provided in B. Philippine education accord rights to and imposes duties and obligations upon school administrators or managers. b. P. Philippine education encourages voluntary accreditation. The right to receive. 232. who may teach. Philippine education encourages voluntary accreditation. 32. through primarily competent instruction. The State shall enhance the right of teachers to professional advancement. The right to organize themselves and/or with teachers for the purpose of providing a forum for the discussion of matters relating to the school programs. 1386) Which of the following is a right granted to parents as provided in B. Sec. d. d. b. The right of institutions of higher learning top determines on academic grounds that shall be admitted to study. d. c. P. The right to receive. 9:1-9? a. Philippine education accord rights to and imposes duties and obligations upon school administrators or managers. The right to free expression of opinion and suggestions and to effective channels of communications with appropriate academic and administrative bodies of the school or institution. and what shall be the subject of the study and research. The right to free expression of opinion and suggestions and to effective channels of communications with appropriate academic . encourages intended official approval for institution and programs which desire to meet standards of quality over and above the minimum requirements for State recognition. The right to free expression of opinion and suggestions and to effective channels of communications with appropriate academic and administrative bodies of the school or institution. d. This statement means: a. P. Sec. Philippine education provides equal access to cultural opportunities. Philippine education recognizes academic freedom. This statement means: a. b. d. 12 grants school managers the right to be deemed persons in authority in the discharge of lawful duties and responsibilities and shall therefore be accorded due respect and protection. relevant quality education in line with national goals and conducive to their full development as persons with human dignity. 232. The right of institutions of higher learning top determines on academic grounds that shall be admitted to study. who shall teach. This statement means: a. Philippine education provides equal access to cultural opportunities. through primarily competent instruction. Philippine education accord rights to and imposes duties and obligations upon school administrators or managers. Philippine education recognizes academic freedom. c. 1384) The Educational Act of 1982 otherwise known as B. Sec.

c. . d. 180 set the requirements for a private college to fulfill before it is granted university status. This statement means: a. The right of institutions of higher learning top determines on academic grounds that shall be admitted to study. Sec. passed by the Second Philippine Commission authorized the establishment of private schools but did not provide for their control and supervision. Exert his utmost to develop his potentialities for service. Assume the responsibility to maintain and sustain his professional. c. The right of institutions of higher learning top determines on academic grounds that shall be admitted to study. b. This statement means: a. Promote and maintain the peace and tranquility of the school by observing the rules of discipline. and what shall be the subject of the study and research. Philippine education grants university status to qualified colleges. b. 1394) The State sees to it that the right of all citizens to quality education at all levels is protected and promoted. goals and objectives of the school. b. The right of access to his own school records. Philippine education recognizes the complementary roles of public and private educational institutions. and what shall be the subject of the study and research. Participate as an agent of constructive social. 1390) What statement is FALSE with reference to Section 16 “Teachers’ Obligations” of the Batas Pambansa Blg. d. within the limits of available school resources. conformable to existing laws. 232? a. d. 232. d. through primarily competent instruction. The right to free expression of opinion and suggestions and to effective channels of communications with appropriate academic and administrative bodies of the school or institution. P. 3 of Commonwealth No. Be accountable for the efficient and effective attainment of specified learning objectives in pursuance of national development goals. Philippine education is financed by public and private funds. c. 232? a. cultural and political change in his school and the community within the context of national policies. Philippine education grants university status to qualified colleges. who may teach. Exercise his rights responsibly in the knowledge that he is answerable for any infringement or violation of the public welfare and of the rights of others. Philippine education strives to be of high quality. b. otherwise known as the Educational Act 1901. The right to be free from involuntary contributions except those imposed by their own organizations. c. relevant quality education in line with national goals and conducive to their full development as persons with human dignity. the confidentiality of which the school shall maintain and observe. Philippine education strives to be of high quality. 1391) What statement is FALSE with reference to Section 14 “Duties and Responsibilities of Students” of the Batas Pambansa Blg. who may teach. endeavor to achieve academic excellence and abide the rules and regulations governing his academic responsibilities and moral integrity. Uphold the academic integrity of the school. The right to be free from compulsory assignments not related to their duties as defined in their appointments or employment contracts. The right to establish join and maintain labor organizations of their choice to promote their welfare and defend their interests. 1:1-4? a. Philippine education grants university status to qualified colleges. c. The right to organize themselves and/or with teachers for the purpose of providing a forum for the discussion of matters relating to the school programs. Philippine education recognizes the complementary roles of public and private educational institutions. 232. moral intellectual. c. growth and advancement and maintain professionalism in the behavior at all times. d. P. unless compensated thereof. 74. 1389) Which of the following is a right granted to teachers as provided in B. The right to receive. No. particularly by undergoing an education suited to his abilities. d. in order that he may become an asset to his family and to society. 1392) Sec. economic. b. Philippine education is financed by public and private funds. Perform his duties to the school by discharging his responsibilities in accordance with the philosophy. 1388) Which of the following is a right granted to schools as provided in B. 1393) Act. b. c. This statement means: a.Page 90 of 104 and administrative bodies of the school or institution. and by exerting efforts to attain harmonious relationship with fellow students. 13:1-2? a. d. Sec. The right to organize themselves and/or with teachers for the purpose of providing a forum for the discussion of matters relating to the school programs. the teaching and academic staff and other school personnel.

This statement means: a. 1400) The State is supposed to establish. Philippine education is democratic. if the results are inimical to the declared policies of the state. adequate and integrated system of education relevant to the needs of all the people and society. . b. Philippine education is nationalistic. Philippine education is democratic. Philippine education recognizes the complementary roles of public and private educational institutions. d. Philippine education is democratic. Philippine education encourages regional planning. integrated and relevant. or others in their . Philippine education is complete. poll surveys 1397) No educational institutions in the Philippines shall be established exclusively for aliens and no group of aliens shall comprise more than onethird of the enrolment in any school. d. c. there limitations to freedom to publish. The State is trying its best to reach all children in spite of the shortage of funds. their parents. b. d. and shall manifest genuine enthusiasm and pride in teaching as a noble calling. No. Every teacher or school official shall actively help carry out the declared policies of the state. Philippine education is democratic. 5447. selfsacrifice for the common good and full cooperation with colleagues. Philippine education strives to be of high quality. provided that. d. Philippine education is nationalistic. d. Philippine education encourages regional planning. 1398) Education should be accessible to all. they shall be drawn to the proper authorities for appropriate remedial action. A teacher is a facilitator of learning and of the development of the youth. adequate. adequate. b. be imbued with the spirit of professional loyalty. Philippine education is complete. adequate. Philippine education is financed by public and private funds. Teachers shall. Every teacher shall enjoy academic freedom and shall the privilege of sharing the product of his researches and investigations. Philippine education is nationalistic. b. b. b. Philippine education is nationalistic. Philippine education is financed by public and private funds. at all times.Page 91 of 104 b. teachers shall support one another. maintain. a. This statement means a. mutual confidence and faith in one another. A. c. 1395) The principal source of funds for financing public education is taken from the one percent (1%) tax on real estate imposed by R. Philippine education strives to be of high quality. 1401) What statement is FALSE with reference to Article II “The Teacher and State” of the Code of Ethics of Professional Teachers? a. c. 1403) What statement is FALSE with reference to Article VIII “The Teacher and the Learners” of the Code of Ethics of Professional Teachers? a. c. the Revised Penal code of the Philippines prohibits the publication of the following except one. When best interest is at stakes in any controversy. 1396) Philippine education allows publications in the school campus. However. and shall take an oath to this effect. A teacher shall not accept favors or gifts from learners. he shall. A teacher shall not use his position or official authority of influence to coerce any other person to follow any political course of action. 1399) The State shall take into account regional and sectoral needs and conditions and shall encourage local planning in the development of educational policies and programs. Philippine education is complete. c. This statement means: a. Inciting the people to rebellion b. Philippine education grants university status to qualified colleges. b. Philippine education recognizes the complementary roles of public and private educational institutions. Libelous remarks c. d. adequate. integrated and relevant. Philippine education is complete. Every teacher shall actively help insure that teaching is the noblest profession. This statement means: a. c. therefore. render the best services by providing an environment conducive to such learning and growth. integrated and relevant. Every teacher shall use the teaching profession in a manner that makes it a dignified means for earning a decent living. For instance. and support a complete. c. c. Philippine education encourages regional planning. This statement means: a. and shall make the best preparation for the career of teaching. and shall be at his best at all times in the practice of his profession. Every teacher shall uphold the highest possible standards of quality education. 1402) What statement is FALSE with reference to Article IV “The Teacher and the Profession” of the Code of Ethics of Professional Teachers? a. d. Philippine education encourages regional planning. d. Obscene publications and exhibitions d. integrated and relevant.

or employed directly or indirectly. e. they shall be compensated special hardship allowance equivalent to: a. No. as long as they will not be in the same school d. both of whom are public school teachers. a. All of these 1409) What statement is inconsistent with one of the provisions of Republic Act No. a teacher entitled to a study leave not exceeding one school year often ten years of service. A teacher shall not inflict corporal punishment or offending learners nor make deductions from their scholastic ratings as a punishment for acts which are clearly not manifestation of poor scholarship. of the charges b. b. In a situation where mutual attraction and subsequent love develop between teacher and the learner. fixed the actual teaching time of elementary e. all of the above 1405) Whenever possible. paid. 4670. benefit. d. it’s against on nepotism c. All of these 1408) What is the primary purpose of the creation of barangay schools? a. No. c. To serve the purpose of a Constitutional provisions. at least 100% of their monthly salary b. Principal of the public high school nearest to it administers a barangay high school. known as Commonwealth Act No. A barangay high school may be opened on the basis of the petition of the parents of fifty students. Yes. the teacher shall exercise utmost professional discretion to avoid scandal. it is provided in Republic Act #4670 b. no public money or property shall ever be appropriated. denomination. as determined by the Secretary of Education. public elementary education to be supported by the National Government b. especially if underserved. the right to full access to he evidence in the case c. c. it against the provision of Republic Act #4670 1406) In areas in which teachers are exposed to hardship such as difficulty in community to the place of work or other hazards peculiar to the place of employment. d. 1974 requires the use of Filipino as medium of instruction in ____. every teacher shall enjoy security of tenure. d. to be employed in the same locality. A barangay school is authorized to open only within a three kilometers radius of any existing high school d. b. otherwise known as the Magna Carta for Public School Teachers? a. the right to appeal to clearly designated authorities. the right to be informed in writing. there should be a law that shall be made respecting an establishment of religion b. All of these c. e. 1404) As provided in the Republic Act #4670. and preferential treatment of the learner. for the use. or support of any sect. gossip. 25. All of these 1410) Which statement is TRUE with respect to the meaning of the principle of separation of Church and State? a. . at least 50% of their monthly salary d. a six-year elementary education instead of seven c. To cater to the needs for education of the barangay residents. church. to give equal opportunities for secondary education to all Filipino youth. peers and others. sectarian institution. no teacher shall be transferred without his consent c. or system of religion c. applied. a double-single session in the elementary grades d. actual teaching is limited to six hours b. a. every teacher shall enjoy equitable safeguards at each stage of any disciplinary procedures and shall the following except: a. A teacher shall maintain at all ties a dignified personality. adequate time being given to the teacher for the preparations of his defense d. which could serve as model worthy of emulation by learners. the state can punish a person for entertaining or professing religious beliefs or disbeliefs 1411) Which of the following phrases is NOT provided for in the Education Act of 1940. at least 75% of their monthly salary c. all of these 1412) DECS Department Order No. 536? a. all persons are encouraged to take part in any activity of the church and profess their belief d. To make community development a reality. s. social studies d. Yes. at least 25% oft their monthly salary 1407) What statement is NOT TRUE in the case of barangay high schools? a.Page 92 of 104 behalf in exchange for requested concessions. the proper authorities shall take all steps to enable married couples. the right to defend himself and to be defended by a representative of his choice and/or his organization. e. e. barangay high schools are established to provide all Filipino equal opportunities for high school education b.

Republic Act No. All of these In accordance with the DECS Department Order No. it is a means of communication with Englishspeaking people.A.Page 93 of 104 b. 7784 e. what is the immediate function of English in the schools? a. all of the above e. . 7791 b. R.A. 4670 c. City of Manila b. Order No. Department of Education. A. of Education. #7977 d. Laguna d. R. a. Revised Secondary Education Curriculum 1414) 1415) According to Presidential Decree 1006 and it’s implementing Memorandum No. promoting the economic and social welfare of all teaching and non-teaching personnel. all of the above e. 120 c. of Education (DepEd) by virtue of what law? a. Exec. 1250 b. #7877 1426) Free Public Secondary Education Act of 1988 is contained in _____. at least five years or more continuous service c. establishing teachers’ cooperatives and other income generating activities c. character education e. 1977 of the National for Teachers. s. R. none of the above 1416) 1417) With the promulgation of the bilingual policy of the Department of Education. a. 1974. Grade VI b.A.” a. Culture and Sports (DECS) was changed to Dept. intellectual property d. work education. a. none of these Presidential Decree 1006. A. R. which lengthens the school calendar from 200 days to not more than 220 days to take effect in school year 1995-1996. Revised Elementary Education Curriculum d. Cebu City e. freedom of expression b. DECS Order No. a. Republic Act No. establishes and joins organization c. Order #A-6 e. ensure that teacher education is of the highest quality c. R. 1. Grade IV 1418) Department of Education Memorandum No. Republic Act No. Grade I d. RA 7687 1422) The Republic Act. Civil Service Commission b. A. Culture and Sports. National Educational Testing and Research Center d. skills and competencies d. none of the above Under the Magna Carta for Teachers. # 9411 e. Culture and Sports c. R. a. but puts more emphasis on the mastery of learning. otherwise known as the Decree Professionalizing Teaching was promulgated to ____. jointly administered by all of the above e. it is a tool for learning science and mathematics b. all of the above c. is _____. Adm. Nueva Ecija 1425) This landmark law bans sexual harassment in the workplace and in the educational institutions. City of Baguio c. at least 10 years or more continuous service b. # 9155 d. harnessing available manpower and material resources toward productive endeavors d. R. RA 7722 d. d. s. Republic Act No. assess prospective teachers’ knowledge. # 9630 1424) Known as the Philippines’ “Science City. academic freedom 1421) The Commission on Higher Education was established by _____. No. RA 1452 b. New Secondary Education Curriculum c. RA 7796 e. 2194 b. three years of service e. PBET is administered by _____. it is an instrument for acquiring information about the world c. stage strike and protests e. Republic Act No. No. none of the above c. Grade III e. a. the use of English and Filipino as instructional media starts in ____. a. 7798 d. 280 is aimed at _____. b. none of the above 1419) This curriculum has fewer learning areas. regulate the practice teaching b. It is a tool for advancement in the business world e. Los Baños. teachers with ____ years of service of more may be considered PBET eligible. 1616 1423) The name of the Dept. a. 1420) Which is the following is not a right of the teachers? a. 25. seven years of service d. RA 7743 c. A. Muñoz. physical and health education 1413) a. 7743 c. New Elementary School Curriculum b.

R.Page 94 of 104 a. R. #6735 e. 1467? a. e. 3019 c. RA # 7877 1438) A DECS Order that implemented the Bilingual Education Policy since 1974 requiring English as a medium of instruction in Science. emphasis on voluntary accreditation of programs c. it is the popular choice .A. 6731 c. A. The voice of the people is the supreme law d. identifying certain colleges as “centers of excellence” with corresponding funding and responsibilities b. RA # 7463 c. R. R. provided that the teacher possesses the minimum qualifications for the position. R. priority shall be given to bonafide residents of the barangays. A. RA # 7977 d. which made the observance of the flag ceremony compulsory. A. RA # 8190 d. b. a. Math and Filipino in all other subject in elementary and secondary school. 4991 e. Philippine Normal School Zamboanga Normal School Cebu Normal University Iloilo Normal School 1432) Which of the following is being demanded by the CHED? a. c. R. R. MEC Order No. #6655 b. s. creation of specialists to evaluate programs d. Order # 308 d. R. a.A. all of these 1433) Which of the following is a violation of R. Order #1052 1435) In the appointment or assignment of teachers to public elementary or secondary schools. 3029 b. under Republic Act No. A. 603 1439) This Order prescribed that “any student. University of the Philippines b. 6171 1429) Anti-graft and Corrupt Practices Act is under _____. 38 d. 25 b. R. A. s. 6741 d. 4670 b. RA # 6850 c. college or school who impedes.A. 6751 e. or defeats the right and obligation of a teacher or professor to teach his subject or the right of a student to attend his classes shall be subject to disciplinary action without prejudice to the criminal liability of the offender. DECS Order No. DECS Order No. No one is above the law c. The Supreme Being is God b. prevents. #7752 c. 1980 1440) Vox Populi Est Supreme Lex is a Latin expression that means what? a. s. including her victory as a beauty title holder. 1265 1431) The first teacher-training school established by the Americans in the Philippines in 1901 is the ____. A. a. d. R. RA 8876 c. teacher. #9165 b. The applicant is being asked to give P5. DECS Order No. RA # 7731 b. #6938 d. obstructs. a.A. e. d. 22. MEC Order No. municipality or city or province where the school is located. 7752 c. RA # 6735 e. A.7787Anti-Sexual harassment Act of 1995”? a. 9135 1428) Public school teachers must observe the “Dress Code” prescribed by the Civil Service Commission. DECS Order No. 35 c. 1980 b. 34. 232 c. 34. 3051 d. R. Adm.A. None of these 1434) This law grants paternity leave of absence with full pay for male employees in both public and private sector for the first four (4) deliveries of their legitimate spouses. A. R. R. R. This practice in the line with the Code of Ethical Standards for Public Official of Employees”. 34. RA # 8190 b. R. 1980 e.A. 34. 1980 d. Department Order No. RA # 6713 e. DECS Order No. R. RA # 6657 1436) A law the requires that every school division should organize special classes for children with special needs. a. Administrative Order No. 107 e. 5919 1430) It is a decree. Batas Pambansa Blg. granting autonomy to accredited private schools e. professor. RA # 7323 e. before she could be hired. PD # 603 1437) An Act abolishing the National College Entrance Examination (NCEE). Exec. 6713 b. A. 9155 d.Miss Cebu Tourism 1998. 000 before she could be hired. a. A. RA # 1265 d. a. R. s. The applicant was made to clean the office.A. c. RA # 6655 b. 1980 c. R. repealing for the purpose of PD No. Executive Order No.A. A. a. 9145 e. A. 6657 1427) The governance Basic Education Act of 2001 is under ____. 1459 d. s. RA 8187 b. RA # 7624 c. A BEED applicant for teaching is being asked for a date by the superintendent. officer or employee of a university. The applicant is being interviewed about her studies. a.

7796 1446) This law provided for the granting of civil service eligibility to all government employees who are holding provisional or temporary status who have rendered a total of at least seven (7) years of efficient and dedicated service. 6850 d. general education and field of specialization c.A. 6728 as amended by R. professional education and field of specialization b. Republic Act No. priority shall be given to bonafide residents of the barangays. Republic Act No. Presidential Decree No. No. a. 8190 b. Act No. 1256 as amended by R. RA 9293 e. both public and private. Culture and Sports as the Department of Education. All of the above 1444) This law was enacted on June 8. Redefine minimum campestral credit hours to conform to time allocations c. 7624 c. 1006 d. namely: a. 7836. Republic Act. Republic Act No.e. Republic Act No. a. Teaching d. Establishing Authority and Accountability. Commonwealth Act. 854 d. 4670 b. Republic Act No. Republic Act No. Republic Act No. general education and professional education d. Republic Act No 9163 b. 7797 1449) This law made the observance of the flag ceremony compulsory. Republic Act No. 907 c. a. RA 7836 e. Republic Act No. 1940 and conferred the status of “persons in authority” upon the teacher. a. Republic Act No. 7104 1447) This law grants civil service eligibility to all honor graduates (i. 8047 c. Learning 1452) The scope of the board examination for teachers in the elementary level shall consist of. municipality or city or province where the school is located.A. Commonwealth Act No. Commonwealth Act No. No. 1 c. colleges and universities of good standing starting school year 1972-1973.Page 95 of 104 1441) This law was approved on January 23. Republic Act No. from elementary schools to the universities the life. Liberalize tertiary regulation and encourage alternative mechanisms for monitoring quality of high education e. Permit student who did basic education abroad and finished at least ten years to enter college f. 4670 b. Teachers c. Republic Act No. general education only . colleges and universities. 7722 c. this term refers to the profession concerned primarily with classroom instruction at the elementary and secondary levels in accordance with the curriculum prescribed by the Department of Education. Republic Act No. 59 1443) To improve the quality of tertiary education the following must be undertaken: a.A. Republic Act no.A. 7731 d. Republic Act No. a. Republic Act No. cum laude) of four year or longer courses from schools. CHED Order No.) and similar two-year general education courses d. RA 7722 1451) According to Republic Act No. 1124 as repealed by R. a. magna cum laude. Republic Act No. 1425 1448) This law provides in the appointment or assignment of teachers to public elementary or secondary schools. whether on parttime or full-time basis in the private or public schools. Revive Associate in Arts (A. Culture and Sports. and persons charged with the supervision of public or duly recognized private schools. Republic Act No. 2706 1445) This law prescribed the inclusion in the curricula of all schools. RA 9155 b. a. works and writings of Jose Rizal especially to the Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo. provided that the teacher possesses the minimum qualification for the position. 8491 c. 8525 d. 7077 and Presidential Decree No. 2002 which establishes the National Service Training Program for tertiary level students and amended Republic Act No. a. 8545 d. Renaming the Department of Education. Republic Act No. Presidential Decree No. summa cum laude. 1265 c. 80 b. Republic Act No. None of the above g. a. 7079 b. Encourage flexibility in curricular construction and simplify minimum academic and physical facilities standards b. Republic Act No. Principals b. 3155 b. Republic Act No. a. 8491 b. 1706. professors. Republic Act No. No. 578 d. 3019 1450) It is an act to strengthen the regulation and supervision of the practice of teaching in the Philippines and prescribing a Licensure Examination for Teachers. RA 7610 c. 9155 d. 7722 1442) This law was approved on August 2001 and known as “An Act Instituting a Framework of Governance for Basic Education. 7323 c.

RA 8980 1462) In education or training environment. parental authority may also be suspended if the parent or the person exercising the following. Executive Order No. twelve (12) units from any courses or subjects 1456) Examinees who have failed the licensure examination for professional teachers. authority shall apply to all activities whether inside or outside the premises of the school. six years e. All of these 1463) This Act is known as “Early Childhood Care and Development” a. Executive Order No. RA 7722 c. professional education and field of specialization b. three years c. 123 e. privileges or considerations d. against one whose education. none of these 1458) When parental authority does permanently? a. counsel or example c. namely: a. a. hostile or offensive environment for the result. five years b. authority shall apply only to activities inside the premises of the school. gives the child corrupting orders. or the granting of honors and scholarships. upon the death of the parents b. custody or supervision of the offender b. compel the child to beg d. e. or the payment of a stipend. deal the child with tender loving care 1460) This Act refers to the Special Protection of Children Against Child Abuse. trainee or apprentice. para-teacher c. RA 7877 b. Executive Order No. RA 9293 d. shall be eligible as _____ upon issuance by the Board of a two-year special permit. a. against one who is under the care. RA 7722 c. four years d. RA 9293 d. six (6) units of professional education and six (6) units field specialization d. general education and professional education d. upon emancipation of the child d. treats the child with excessive harshness or cruelty b. 231 of the Family Code of the Philippines. six (6) units of pedagogy and six (6) units of content courses b. general education and field of specialization c. RA 7610 e. RA 7877 b. entity of institution d.Page 96 of 104 1453) 1454) 1455) The scope of the board examination for teachers in the secondary level shall consist of. with a rating of not lower than five percentage points from the passing general average rating. 456 1465) With Republic Act 7836 the licensure exam for teachers is with: a. authority shall apply to all authorized activities whether inside or outside the premises of the school. permanent/regular teacher 1457) “Special parental authority and responsibility” over the minor child in Article 218 of the Family Code of the Philippines means – a. general education. training. apprenticeship or tutorship is entrusted to the offender c. a. RA 7722 c. allowance or other benefits. RA 8980 1461) This is known as the “Anti-Sexual Harassment Act of 1995” a. professional education and field of specialization A professional license signed by the chairman of the Commission and bearing the registration number and date of issuance thereof and the month of expiry or renewability shall likewise be issued to every registrant who has paid the annual registration fees for _____ consecutive years. a. Commission on Higher Education terminate . consisting of at least: a. RA 7610 e. professional teachers who have not practiced their profession for the past five (5) years shall take at least twelve (12) units of education courses. RA 8980 1464) This is an Order renaming the Bureau of NonFormal Education to Bureau of Alternative Learning System a. 365 c. all of these 1459) Pursuant to Art. a. 653 b. upon the death of the child c. RA 9293 d. subject the child or allows him to be subjected to acts of lasciviousness e. when the sexual favor is made a condition to the giving of a passing grade. except. Executive Order No. seven years As provided in RA 9293. entity of institution b. 356 d. sexual harassment is committed ____. Exploitation and Discrimination. RA 7610 e. when the sexual advances result in an intimidating. RA 7877 b. six (6) units of general education and six (6) professional education c. temporary teacher b. Executive Order No. entity of institution c. renewable for a nonextendible period of two (2) years. substitute teacher d.

No. Melgo upholds his freedom to discuss topics within his field of expertise without fear of being persecuted. no teacher shall be transferred without his consent c. Magna Carta for Public School Teachers c. No. stays the Code of Ethics. when he considers multiple intelligence in the choice of his teaching strategies 1469) 1470) 1471) Who among the following is genuinely nationalistic? The citizen who ___. d. Right to grow professionally b. student loan programs. 9-A 1476) What statement is inconsistent with one of the provision of Republic Act No. e. utilizing every minute of the academic time for competent teaching c. sings the National Anthem with all his/her heart c. 6-A b. teacher engaged in actual classroom instruction shall be required to render more than six hours actual classroom teaching b. and outof-school study programs are encouraged. supervisors and principals will issue an instruction compelling attendance b. scholarship grants. uses his/her skill and capital to generate jobs in the countryside Which is the most authentic proof of nationalism on the part of teacher? a. informal and indigenous learning. take at least 18 units in education 1474) What can be filed against a principal or teacher who is a paramour? a. No. a. otherwise known as the Magna Carta for Public School Teachers? a. Professional Regulation Commission c. when school children have become delinquents e. public education in the elementary is free and compulsory b. Academic Freedom d. pursue a Master’s degree in Biology b. Article XIV of the 1987 Constitution? a. works overseas for the education of his/her children b. winning the award “Most Outstanding Teacher” b. a teacher is entitled to a study leave not exceeding one school year 1477) Which of the following is not a right of public school teachers? a. pupils’ attendance in religious instruction is public elementary and high schools shall be allowed only if ___ a. Based on Magna Carta for public School Teachers. infidelity c. Bill of Rights d. bigamy d. every teacher shall enjoy security of tenure d. the parish priest or pastor shall authorize them in writing c. immorality b. non-formal. 4670. when he makes a nearsighted pupil sit in front d. a. freedom of expression . earn five-year experience as Biologist d. a. salutes the flag as it is raised during ceremony d.Page 97 of 104 b. when he makes a farsighted pupil sit at the back c. independent. when children made promise to behave properly 1473) Miss Melgo is a BS Biology graduate and is intending to teach in a public high school. Department of Education d. the superintendent. This is known as: a. 7-A c. Code of Ethics for Teachers 1472) Under the present Constitution. known as Presidential Decree ____. 8-A d. No. when the refuses a pupil with a slight physical disability in class b. When a teacher prejudiced against any learner? a. start teaching in a private school c. earning graduate degree for promotion d. being a member in the National Organization for Professional Teachers What statement is FALSE with reference to Section 1 and Section 2. subsidies and other incentives to deserving students in both public and private schools d. Right to Suffrage c. national development goals were stated in Education Act of 1972. All of these c. what she should do to qualify? a. self-learning. moral defamation 1475) During the Marcos era. Freedom of speech 1468) Under no circumstances shall a teacher be prejudiced discriminatory against any learner. quality education is privilege in sop far as all citizens are concerned b. Civil Service Commission 1466) This embodies the teacher’s duties and responsibilities as well as proper behavior in performing them. when parents shall submit written authority allowing their children to attend religious instruction d. Philippine Constitution of 1987 1467) Dr.

accessible. a hardship allowance of 25 percent of the monthly salary as additional compensation b. after finishing MA in education c. CHED c. the State is required to establish and maintain free public and compulsory education in the ____.” This is the declaration of policy of ____. establishes and joins organizations 1483) “it is hereby declared to be the policy of the government to ensure. a. proficient in both Filipino and English 1488) According to Magna Carta for Teachers. TESDA d. if his principal approves his leave b. TESDA d. 6-A “It is hereby declared the policy of the State to protect and promote the right of all citizens to quality basic education and to make such education accessible to all by providing all Filipino children a free and compulsory education in elementary level and free education in the high school level. DepEd b. Presidential Decree No. the 1987 Constitution mandates that the state shall maintain a system of free education in elementary and high school. Presidential Decree No. Presidential Decree No. a. service credits of one day for every five days of service during the whole year . a teacher assigned to a school ten or more kilometers from the poblacion without regular means of transportation to reach. 6-A “it is hereby declared that policy of the State to provide relevant. Article XIV of the 1986 Constitution provides that the State shall assign the highest budgetary priority to education to ____ a. the education of high-level and middle-level professionals. once given the “Teacher of the Year” award d. CHED c. a. is entitle to ___. elementary and secondary levels 1486) Section V. f a substitute teacher is available d. CHED c. Melgo. ensure that all schools are provided with modern equipment and facilities c. globally competitive c. DepEd b. an additional compensation of 50 percent of the monthly salary c.” This is the declaration of policy of ____. When can he avail of permanent status? a. when there is a vacant permanent position b. academic freedom 1478) Mr. the development of responsible and effective leadership. a. formal and nonformal education should be compulsory c. elementary level only c. education at all levels should be compulsory 1485) According to the Constitution. 6-A 1484) To fight illiteracy. DepEd b. TESDA d. a. Further it provides that ___. within context of a free and democratic system maximum contribution of the educational system to his attainment of the following national development goals. after rendering at least 10 years of efficient service 1480) 1481) 1482) “The State shall ensure and protect academic freedom and shall promote its exercise and the observance for the continuing intellectual growth. stage a strike and protests e. an ineligible teacher was given a probationary appointment in Cantoratoy National High School.” This is the declaration of policy of ____. When he is entitled to go on study leave? a. intellectual property d. if there is a decrease in the enrollment 1479) Mr. a. attack the best available talents through adequate remuneration d. proficient in Filipino and eight major dialects b. a. Presidential Decree No. if he has rendered seven years of service c. secondary level c. curtail the exodus of the teachers seeking employment abroad 1487) The primary objective of bilingual education is to prepare the learners to be ____. a. proficient in English and another foreign language d. Melgo.Page 98 of 104 b. a public school teacher of Cantoratoy National High School plans to pursue Master’s studies. CHED c. 6-A b. TESDA d. elementary and high school education should be compulsory d. DepEd b. secondary and tertiary levels d. elementary education should be compulsory for all children of school age b. the advancement of learning and research. encourage teacher to conduct more researchers and studies on the arts and culture b. and the enrichment of our historical and cultural heritage. high quality and efficient technical education and skills development in support of the development of high quality Filipino middle-level manpower responsive to and in accordance with the Philippine development goals and priorities.” This is the declaration of policy of ____.

This refers to ____. a. The National language of the Philippines is Filipino b. passed the licensure exam for teachers 1493) 1494) The 1987 Philippine Constitution states the following EXCEPT – a. with satisfactory teaching performance d. affection. conduct and relationship in the practice of profession b. The official language of the Philippines are Filipino and English c. the privilege of teaching only four days a week 1489) To strengthen teacher education the Teacher Education Council created under RA No. Commission on Teacher Education e. academic freedom b. a teacher may not engage in any kind of business 1498) Which is ethical for a teacher to do in a situation where he/she falls in love with a student or when a student falls in love with his/her teacher? a. loans and other financial matters b. by teachers of permanent status 1491) The Educational Act of 1982 expressly granted institutions of higher learning the freedom to determine on academic grounds that shall be admitted to study. constitutional freedom c.Page 99 of 104 d. affection and achievement e. to make the regional dialect as auxiliary media of instructions in regional schools b. which of the following teacher descriptions is included in the Code of Ethics for Professional Teachers? a. Department of Teacher Education b. the teacher advises the student to discontinue with his/her studies b. Educational freedom d. how are the institutions of learning encouraged to set . This will be called ____ a. by teachers on full-time basis b. The government shall initiate and sustain the use of Filipino as medium of official communication and as a language of instruction in the education system As provided for in the Education Act of 1982. to make Filipino the national language and medium of instruction and official communication 1496) The introduction of nonformal education in life with the Constitution provision on ___. ability. Commission on Teacher Education c. acquaint her with principles of moral behavior. which does the Code of Ethics say about teachers? a. a. d. academic freedom b. at the tertiary level in both public and private institutions c. continuing professional education c. to maintain English as a second language c. continuing. no teacher shall act as an agent of textbooks and other school commodities where he/she can exercise official influence d. Teacher Education Center of Excellence higher standards of quality over and above the minimum required for state recognition? a. attitudes 1497) With regards to business. provides her a set of rules and regulation to observe in school d. acceptance. who may teach and what shall be the subjects of study and research. the teacher exercises discretion to avoid scandal and gossip and preferential treatment of that learner 1499) Miss Connie Cepeda is newly appointed teacher. institutional freedom 1492) In the Preamble of the Code of Ethics for Professional Teachers. a teacher shall maintain a good reputation with respect to debts. promoting the rights of all citizens c. no teacher shall be financially interested in any commercial venture involving textbooks and other school commodities where he/she can exercise official influence c. Teacher Education Commission 1490) Professionalization of teachers and teaching as promulgated in Presidential Decree No. formal education d. to make quality education accessible to all d. The principal handed a copy of the Teacher’s Code of Ethics. Which could have been the motive of the principal? a. 7764 will choose a private or public college engaged in pre-service. Duly licensed professional c. the teacher resigns from his/her teaching job c. formal and non-formal education of teachers in strategic places in each region of the country based on certain criteria. defines teaching as profession concerned with classroom institution ____. at the elementary and secondary levels in both public and private schools d. protection of teachers b. make her aware of the principles and rules prescribed under the authority of the state c. 1006. familiarize her with the generally customs of right living in a society d. Persons of dignity and reputation b. voluntary accreditation 1495) The Constitutional provision on language has the following aims EXCEPT – a. Filipino is the official language of the Tagalog speaking provinces d. the teacher avoids that learner d. a. to make Filipino the sole medium of instruction d.

and we become afraid. the social sciences and the humanistic discipline. These sentences. when we think of a test. Read each sentence carefully and choose which one should be the first sentence. D. Republic Act No. will make a well-organized paragraph. which should be: __ 1. 4. D In the early 1900’s Ivan Pavlov. D We hear a squeaky sound in a dark room. __ __ __ __ 1. a. 8187 Part III – Paragraph Organization Direction: If the above sentences are to be arranged in the best order. A Eventually. C An unconditioned response takes place when the dog salivates at the sight of food. B The other one is when information comes to us through our senses. and we feel a sense of defeat. and so on. A Through psychoanalysis. Republic Act No. C The brain then screens out the information so that we are able to understand it. while. the first in the paragraph? the last in the paragraph? the second in the paragraph? the third in the paragraph? A. C. If the above sentences are to be arranged in the best order. To illustrate the principle of conditioned response type of learning. 3. which should be: __ 1. And he will be able to analyze whether educational programs are geared towards the right direction. when properly arranged in correct order. the dog salivated merely at the sound of the bell as it had been conditioned to correlate the bell with the food. C. Republic Act No. 2. D Human beings perceive things through the help of the following senses: Taste. the second. the fifth in the paragraph? 4. E One-Way of arousing reaction is by thoughts.Page 100 of 104 E 1500) This law grants the paternity leave of absence with full pay to male employee in both public and private sector for the first four (4) deliveries of the legitimate spouses. A. the fourth in the paragraph? __ 2. B The eyes send a signal to the brain telling the stimulus is present. . 4. D The dog naturally salivated at the sight of food. C He can do an evaluative analysis of the government program. the second in the paragraph? __ 3. 8190 d. If the above sentences are to be arranged in the best order. touch. B This knowledge places him in a position where he can relate anthropology with other sciences. he perceives it. 7687 b. a conditioned response results when salivation takes place at the sound of the bell. E When one sees a fire with his eyes. 2. the Russian psychologist conducted a series of experiments with dogs. the third in the paragraph? __ 2. which should be: 2. D Start here: 1. the fourth in the paragraph? __ 4. A The teacher should know the relation of biological sciences. Republic Act No. 3. A Likewise. B. E. the second in the paragraph? __ 3. the last in the paragraph? 3. the third statement in the paragraph? the last statement in the paragraph? the first statement in the paragraph? the fourth statement in the paragraph? If the above sentences are to be arranged in the best order. the first in the paragraph? __ 5. B. an individual can be made to remember his repressed thoughts and feelings and later change his behavior to solve a problem. we are to take for what we are not ready to take. B He believed that one tends to suppress thoughts or memories that other people seem to disapprove of. B A bell is rung every time food was offered. hearing and smell. C Emotional reactions can be aroused in two separate ways. sight. which should be: A B C D ANSWER: 1. 8047 c. A Through our sense organs information is gathered about the world around us. For each number below there are four or five sentences. Example 1.

C In this way. __ __ __ 1. unreasonable arguments. which should be: __ __ __ Looking forward to the occasion with eagerness. A B Suddenly the rain comes. the last in the paragraph? 3. the fourth in the paragraph? 3. which should be: If the above sentences are to be arranged in the best order. Logic is the science of reasoning. the love of the Father is not in him. the second in the paragraph? 2. the third in the paragraph? 2. neither the things that is in the world. though he is . “Love not the world. the first in the paragraph? 8. the fourth in the paragraph? A B C Logic can help one think more clearly. the third in the paragraph? 2. D It can help one find or resist arguments from the unsound ones. If the above sentences are to be arranged in the best order. the last in the paragraph? 2. __ __ __ 1. He makes preparations for it and is D A patient will not cooperate. C If a whale faces danger. an Austrian doctor who explored the way the human mind worked. which should be: 10. hypnotism is often used to help doctors and dentists in their work. the last in the paragraph? 2. Freud believed that these repressed thoughts greatly affect a person’s behavior. the information is taught again. __ __ __ 1. If the above sentences are to be arranged in the best order. 5. D C D E Some animals act in very intelligent and extraordinary ways. B It utilizes one of several kinds of teaching machines that provide a question for the learner to answer. the second in the paragraph? Not everyone can be hypnotized against his will. another question is given by the machine. but they can be persuasive although they are not correct. the second in the paragraph? A If the answer given the learner is wrong.Page 101 of 104 C D Psychoanalysis started with the work of Sigmund Freud. the fourth in the paragraph? A Surgery can be performed to a person even without anesthetics through hypnosis. C Today. the third in the paragraph? 3. D Programmed learning is one new teaching method. Fallacies are incorrect. They are capable of telling each other what to do merely by talking to each other in their language. and then the question is repeated. but is of the world. which should be: 1. which should be: 6. the third in the paragraph? 2. which should be: 7. the student is helped by giving him another chance if he is wrong in his first attempt. it communicates with other whales for help. E But if the answer is correct. A B He’s disappointed and experiences displeasures. 9. D. the third in the paragraph? 3. C If any man had the world. Whales can “talk” to each other by whistling and clicking sounds. E If the above sentences are to be arranged in the best order. the last in the paragraph? A And the world passes away. E It is a way of separating sound arguments from the unsound ones. If the above sentences are to be arranged in the best order. If the above sentences are to be arranged in the best order. the second in the paragraph? 3. But he who does the will of God abodes forever. Carlos is going to a party. 1 John 2:15-17 B __ __ __ 1. the first in the paragraph? 3. Whales can even work together to get over a complicated job which one whale may fail to do. B For all that is in the world is not of the Father. __ __ __ 1.

If the above sentences are to be arranged in the best order. __ __ __ __ 1. B C D 1. her young brother rushes in with a glass of chocolate and bumps against her. which should be: 13. 24 If the above sentences are to be arranged in the best order. and where thieves do not break through not steal. blood rushes to her head as she lifts her hand and strikes her brother with her fist. the fourth in the paragraph? 2. C You cannot serve God and mammon. the fourth in the paragraph? 2. which should be: 14. the first in the paragraph? A There is a surge of anger within Carla. 2. C Her heart beats faster.Page 102 of 104 under hypnosis. If the above sentences are to be arranged in the best order. 11. spilling of the contents of the glass on her new dress. 4. C A high grade or a good pay is one kind of motivation. the toy might not be seen by the baby. But while doctors were trying to help people with body illnesses. __ __ __ __ 1. A Watch a child grabs his toy and pulls it toward him if he sees it. But when hidden under a blanket. those people with mental illness was not so lucky. waiting for her escort to pick her up. which should be: If the above sentences are to be arranged in the best order. the first in the paragraph? 2. 2. E No man can serve two masters: for neither will he hate the one. D Thus. which should be: __ __ __ __ __ __ 15. the third in the paragraph? A For thousand years of years. the second in the paragraph? 3. 3. For instance. B Carla is all dressed-up for a party. B Most psychologists agree that people learn faster if they have some kind of motivations to learn. the third in the paragraph? A Thereon you may dislike people with a moustache and not know why. 3. the first in the paragraph? 3. the second in the paragraph? 2. __ __ __ 1. the last in the paragraph? Educational psychologists are people who study the nature of learning. E This it a sign of extreme anger. which should be: the second in the paragraph? the last in the paragraph? the third in the paragraph? the fourth in the paragraph? the fifth in the paragraph? the first in the paragraph? the fourth in the paragraph? the last in the paragraph? . mental illness has been plaguing man since the beginning. nor love the other or love one. D Source: Matthew 6:19-21. people who had mental illness were feared at or ignored. D Suddenly. which should be: 16. in the past. 12. D But lay up for yourselves treasures in heaven where neither moth nor rust doth corrupt. Mentally ill people then were punished for they were regarded as witches and were controlled by devil spirits. you may have been hurt or embarrassed by someone with a moustache. Like all sorts of sicknesses of the body. and despise the other. B Reasoning is dependent on memory in that one remembers things from those he Oftentimes the satisfaction one gets from learning is a kind of motivation. __ __ __ A 1. B “Lay not up yourselves treasure upon the earth where moth and rust doth corrupt and where thieves break through the steal. there will be your heart is also. if he is made to do something against his will. A For where your treasure is. B C Unconscious thoughts are thoughts you are not aware of which bring out emotional reactions. your hatred of be moustachepeople is triggered by some unconscious thoughts. the second in the paragraph? 3. If the above sentences are to be arranged in the best order. the second in the paragraph? 3. 4. If the above sentences are to be arranged in the best order. 1.

C A full-term infant is one who is born when the gestation is completed. the gestation period is more or less 280 days. the last in the paragraph? 2. which should be: 18. C This is an instant paralyzing fear. We “cry” automatically in order to protect and cleanse our eyes. Animals with eyes towards the front of their head. C D E __ __ __ 1. or nine months. horses. B In the latter type. A person’s ability to reason out develops and increases as he grows up in a good environment. and most insects. saw unexpectedly a snake on his path. the second in the paragraph? 3. D Animals differ in t he way they see things around. E Juan. the second in the paragraph? 3. which should be: __ __ __ 1. which should be: 21. the first in the paragraph? A The tears “wash” away the irritating substance. may see something glistening. C This is optical illusion. B He was petrified and shivered with fear. If the above sentences are to be arranged in the best order. E Take a thirsty traveler who rushes to a well (mirage) and discovers that there is not water in it. the last in the paragraph? A He wanted to run but he could not move. D Illusion is a false perception where the imagination gives to an object qualities that does not really belong to it. If the above sentences are to be arranged in the best order. the first in the paragraph? A For human beings. the second in the paragraph? 3. they see all of their surroundings. the last in the paragraph? A Unlike those whose eyes are on-the sides of their heads. This shows that a baby’s reasoning ability has not develop far enough for him to figure out a way of getting back his toy.Page 103 of 104 draws conclusions from. If the above sentences are to be arranged in the best . can only see about half of its surroundings. which should be: 17. E If the above sentences are to be arranged in the best order. D Premature babies are those born before the full term of their mother’s pregnancy. like the men and predatory birds. the last in the paragraph? 2. which should be: 20. B They are able to survive only when given special cares or placed in the incubator. the infant is fully prepared to be outside of his mother’s womb. while taking a stroll in the rice fields. a person parched with thirst. they are protected by tear flow. the second in the paragraph? 2. the fields of vision overlap (binocular vision) C Each eye covers a different field of vision. the fourth in the paragraph? 3. __ __ __ 1. Reasoning is the mental process of making conclusions from gathered facts and observations that one has made. the first in the paragraph? A In the desert. C This volatile substance is irritating to the eyes. 19. such as fishes. D He wanted to shout for help but felt a constricting band around his throat. slithering toward him. B The mirage is caused by the rays of the sun striking the sand and the refraction of these rays. __ __ __ 1. B Onion gives off a volatile substance when it’s sliced. E At the termination of the nine months. If the above sentences are to be arranged in the best order. __ __ __ 1. like a pool of water. Have you noticed how onions make us cry without our feeling sad at all? D E F If the above sentences are to be arranged in the best order. the fourth in the paragraph? 2. When the irritation reaches our eyes. the fourth in the paragraph? 2. the third in the paragraph? 3.

2. the second sentence will be 2. If the above sentences are to be arranged in the best order. the third sentence should be 3. 3. the last sentence is the first sentence is the second sentence is the third sentence is 25. the last in the paragraph? 3. the first in the paragraph? 2. If the above sentences are to be arranged in the best order. which should be: __ __ __ 1. B If any damage is found. the third in the paragraph? A In case of earthquake keep calm. C Practicing those virtues daily is difficult. B After the main earthquake. the second sentence will be 2. stay put. the first sentence should be A A new typhoon reclassification has been given by PAG-ASA. which should be: __ __ __ __ 1. A Jesus is the role model. __ __ __ 1. Location of exists and entrances must be familiar to everybody. B Repentance and forgiveness are essential to marriage. If the above sentences are to be arranged in the best order.Page 104 of 104 order. the last sentence will be 3. the last sentence should be 2. which should be: 23. C Planning for action is key to effective disaster control. If the above sentences are to be arranged in the best order. __ __ __ 1. turn off main switch or valve. the third sentence will be . C Classes in elementary and secondary level are automatically suspended when Signal #3 is raised. D When you are in the topmost floor. stay away from unstable objects. which should be: 22. the third sentence will be 3. D We need the divine help to do this. which should be: 24. __ __ __ 1. D However. school heads can call off classes at any time when flooding or any danger in school area is eminent. the last sentence will be A Since falling objects cause injuries place heavy objects in low places. 4. C D Earthquake drill must be conducted in schools and places of work. B Know the locations of first aid and fire extinguisher.