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Professional Education (Proponents) -------------------------------------------------------------

1.Welhelm Wundt=Father of modern psychology


2.Sigmund Freud=Father of psychoanalysis,psycho sexual Theory
3.Johann Heinrich=Father of education andpedagogy
4.Ivan Pavlov=classical conditioning
5.Burrhus F. Skinner=operant conditioning(instrument)
6.Edward Lee Thorndike=Law of learning (law ofreadiness, law of exercise & law of
effect)
7.Albert Bandura=social cognitive learningtheory(Modelling)
8.David Ausubel=meaningful learning
9.Jerome Bruner=Discovery Learning,SpiralCurriculum
10.Wolfgang,Kohler,Kurt Kuffka,MaxWertheimer=Gestalt Theory
11.Kurt Levin=life space concept
12.Kohler=problem solving by Insight
13.Urie Brofenbrenner=Ecological Theory
14.Sandra Bem=Gender Schema Theory
15.Howard Gardner=Theory of multipleintelligence
16.Elliot Turriel=Social Domain Theory
17.Robert Sternberg=TriarchicTheoryIntelligence
18.Lawrence Kohlberg=Moral DevelopmentTheory
19.Erik Erikson=Psychosocial DevelopmentTheory
20.Ma. Montessori= Transfer of Learning
21.Edward Paul Torrance=Creative ProblemSolving
22.Chomsky=Linguistic Aquisition Development(LAD)
23.Jean Piaget=Cognitive Learning Theory
24.John Watson=Behavioral Theory
25.Edward Tolman=Purposive Behaviorism
26.Bernard Weiner=Attribution Theory
27.Daniel Goleman=Emotional Intelligence
28. Ebbinghaus = law of forgetting
29. John locke = association
30. Thorndike = belongingness
31. Peterson = intent to know
32. Weiner = attribution theory
33. David McClelland = need achievement theory
34. Murray = need achievement
35. Victor Vroom = expectancy theory
36. Vygotsky = sociocultural theory
NOTABLE NAMES IN EDUCATION

Socrates - "know thy self"


Plato - wrote the "Republic"
Aristotle - Father of Moderm Sciences
Cicero - Wrote the "ORATORE"
Quintillian - Wrote " Institution Oratoria" he was a famous grammaticus
Anselm - father of scholasticism
Abelard - spearheaded Conceptualism
St Thomas Aquinas - wrote " Summa Theologiae"
Erasmus - suggested that education be in accordance with the needs of society
he was a humanist who advocated the importance of studying the character of the
child.
Ascham - wrote the "Schoolmaster" condemning brutal punishment in English
schools during his Time
John Amos Comenius - father of modern education, he wrote the first picture
book "Orbis Sensualium Pictus".
Francis Bacon - wrote "The New Atlantis"
Mulcaster - said that "Education should be in accordance with nature.
John Locke - " tabula rasa" ( blank slate)
Jean Jacques Rosseau - wrote " Emile" ( Education should be in accordance with
the nature of the child)
Pestallozi - defined education as natural, symmetrical and harmonious
development of the faculties of the child.
Herbart - conceived education as aimed towards the development of morality
and virtue. He is famous for the Herbatian Method in psychology.
Froebel - father of kindergarten
John Dewey - " Education is not a preparation for life, it is life ".
St John Baptiste de la Salle - patron saint of teachers
Maria Montessori - advocated the child-centered education and prepared
environment
PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION
CHILD AND ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT
KEY
1. According to Erikson, identity and role
confusion occurs during
A. Elementary Years C. College years
B. High school years D. Pre school years
2. According to Jerome Bruner, learning is a
simultaneous process of acquisition,
transformation and_______________.
A. Evaluation C. Metacognition
B. Question D. Education
3. Who among the following developed the Social
Learning Theory?
A. Bandura C. Bruner
B. Kohlberg D. Skinner
4. When a teacher present a morally ambiguous
situation to his students and ask them what to
do, the teachers technique is based on the
theory of
A. Bandura C. Kohlberg
B. Piaget D. Bruner
5. According to Maslow, the highest of the need
in the Hierarchy of Needs theory is
A. Psychological need C. belongingn
B. Self actualization D. Safety
6. Based on Freuds theory, which operates when
a person is in the height of anger?
A. Ego C. Id and ego
B. Superego D. Id
7. Operant conditioning can be applied to
classroom by
A. Connecting facts and concepts
B. Fostering conducive learning environment
C. Using reinforcement
D. Using manipulative devices
8. Women should not study since they will be
marrying soon. If a father tells his daughter this,
can we consider his premise morally right?
A. Depends on the family social status
B. Yes, women are mean for the home
C. No, women can perform just like men
D. No, there is gender equality in education
9. In Piagets concrete operational stage,
teacher Maritel should provide_______________.
A. Activities of hypothesis formulation
B. Learning activities that involve problems of
classification and order
C. Activities for evaluation purposes
D. Stimulating environment with ample objects to
play with
10. A student is finding it hard to read. When the
guidance counselor traced the childs history, the
counselor was able to find out that the student
came from a dysfunctional family, aside from
that, the child was abused and neglected. What
could have caused the students reading
disability?
A. Emotional Factors C. Neurological factors
B. Poor teaching D. Immaturity
11. A child was punished for cheating in an
exam. For sure the child wont cheat again in
short span of time, but this does not guarantee
that the child wont cheat ever again Based on
Thorndikes theory on punishment and learning,
this shows that ______________.
A. Punishment strengthens a response
B. Punishment removes response
C. Punishment doesnt remove a response
D. Punishment weakens a response
12. Laughing at a two-year-old child who uttered
a bad word is not a proper thing to do because
in this stage of the childs, the child
is_______________.
A. Considering the views of others
B. Distinguishing sex references
C. Socializing
D. Distinguishing right from wrong
13. According to Sigmund Freud, the main
proponent of Psychoanalytic Theory, the
superego is mainly concerned with
A. The resolution of conflict within the self
B. The finding of greater satisfaction
C. The idea of right and wrong
D. The development of healthy psyche
14. Modeling is a teaching rooted on_____________
_________ learning theory.
A. Bandura C. Thorndike
B. Skinner D. Bruner
15. Teacher Marissa would like to employ
Operant Conditioning on her students to increase
the probabilities of greater participation during
discussion. It is highly possible that teacher
Marissa will
A. Put more emphasis on sharing and
consistently guide them to new ideas
B. Allow them to think about thinking
C. Give a star token to those who will
participate
D. Let them exercise metacognitive approaches
to better understand the topic
16. One of the traits of many students is putting
more emphasis on porma over substance. This
is likely to be shown when
A. A written report was submitted by a student
with shabby cover but comprehensive content
B. A written report was submitted by a student
using perfumed stationary but poor content
C. A written report was submitted by a student
two days ahead of time
D. A written report was submitted by a student
two days late
17. Providing variety of learning activities to
students is a characteristic of a teacher who
understand the principle of
A. Reward as a potential means of increasing
the participation
B. Proactive teaching as a modern technique of
teaching
C. Facilitating learning with emphasis on
individual differences
D. Allowing the student to be exposed to various
teaching techniques
18. The best example of Operant Conditioning
among the following is
A. Connecting facts and concepts
B. Fostering conducive learning environment
C. Using reinforcement
D. Using manipulative devices
19. A child receives a STAR STAMP after
correctly completing his task. The child always
tries to complete all tasks correctly for him to
have a stamp once again. What is being shown in
the situation?
A. Associative learning C. Operant Conditioning
B. Classicalconditioning D. Pavlovian
conditioning
conditioning D. Pavlovian
conditioning
URRICULUM DEVELOPMENT
CA /Rationalization
Direction: Choose the letter of the CORRECT answer in a given question.

Godbless Teachers

CORRECT ANSWER
1. Teacher Ybiel aims her students toward the holistic development. Teacher Ybiel
is?
A. Progressivist
B. Essentialist
C. Idealist
D. Realist
RATIONALE: Progressivist-holistic development, consider ID, learner-centered,
curriculum is flexible
Essentialist-value-centered
Idealist-preservation of one's freedom
Realist-actualities of life, face the real world, natural phenomena
2. The teachers have th right to teach students how to think but not what to think,
this anchored in what philosophy?
A. Idealism
B. Existentialism
C. Essentialism
D. Pragmatism
RATIONALE: Existentialism-enable man to make choices in life, teach students how
to think but not to what to think
Idealism-preservation of one's freedom
Essentialism- back to basics, value centered
Pragmatism-education must be useful to society, practical, beneficial
3. He introduced a curriculum for individual and societal development?
A. Erasmus
B. Da Feltre
C.Dewey
D. Luther
RATIONALE: Dewey-democratic education (curriculum for individual and social
development)
Erasmus-liberal education, individualized instruction
Da Feltre-educate boys by used of games
Luther-reformation
4. It guided the child toward maturity within the context of social group.
A. Subject-Centered Curriculum
B. Child-Centered Curriculum
C. Experience Curriculum
D. Problem-Centered Curriculum
RATIONALE: Problem-centered-child maturity within the context of social group
Subject-centered-learner is expected to acquire
Child-centered-child is the center ot educative process
Experience-curriculum- immediate interest and needs of a child
5. Also called Area-of-Living Curriculum.
A. Core Curriculum
B. Learner-Centered Curriculum
C.Broad-fields Curriculum
D. Correlated Curriculum
RATIONALE: Core Curriculum-area of live curriculum
Learner-centered-experience and content around the life of child
Broad-fields curriculum-combined specific areas into larger fields
Correlated Curriculum-teaching similar topic into two or more subjects
6. It is a primary curricula renamed Social Science to Social Studies?
A. Primary Grade Curriculum of 1904
B. Primary Curriculum for SY 1936-1937
C. Primary Curriculum of 1913
D. Primary Curriculum of 1910
RATIONALE: Primary Grade Curriculum of 1904-3 grade for primary course; mental,
physical, moral
Primary Curriculum 1913-GMRC
Primary Curriculum of 1910-industrial work for development of community
7. All of the following are the basic tool subjects, EXCEPT?
A. Filipino
B. Mathematics
C. MAPEH
D. English
RATIONALE: Basic tool subjects;English, Math, Filipino, Science
8. It is a learning area that serves as a "Laboratory of Life"?
A. TLE
B. Home Economics
C. Values Education
D. MAKABAYAN
RATIONALE: MAKABAYAN is general term, it includes; TLE, MAPEH, VALUES
EDUCATION, SOCIAL STUDIES
Home Economics is under TLE
9. It aims to prepare the child to face the real world?
A. Realism
B. Essentialism
C. Idealism
D. Pragmatism
RATIONALE: Realism-real world, actualities of life
Essentialism-basic
Idealism-anything in your mind (absolute true)
Pragmatism-pracical
10. It aims to develop the inherent power of the learner?
A. Realism
B. Reconstructionism
C. Pragmatism
D. Existentialism
RATIONALE: Reconstructionism-aims to develop inherent power of the learner,
espoused a critical re-examination, transform the society
Realism-actualities of life, real world
Pragmatism-practical
Existentialism-freedom of choice
Source:
He is considered the father of counseling in the Philippines?
a. Father Bulatao
b. Sinfroso Padilla
c. Dean Rose Clemenia
d. Sigmund Freud
GENERAL SCIENCE with answer key.. 1-100
POST TEST
Multiple Choices:
1. These are living things that use sunlight, chlorophyll, water and carbon dioxide to
produce food.
a. Autotrophs c. Heterotrophs
b. Consumers d. Food chain
2. It is describe as the lifeline of the body. IT is the bodys pickup and delivery
system.
a. Blood c. circulatory system
b. nervous system d. heart
3. It carries the oxygen-rich blood to the head, arms, and chest and down to the
waist and the legs.
a. heart c. aorta
b. ventricles d. arteries
4. They are the transmitters of message from the different parts of the body to the
brain and vice versa.
a. spinal cord c. brain
b. neurons or nerve cells d. arteries
5. Which part of the brain controls the following activities: breathing, blood
pressure, heart rate, alertness?
a. brainstem c. cerebrum
b. hypothalamus d. spinal cord
6. Refers to a sequence of organism in a community that constitutes a feeding
chain.
a. photosynthesis c. consumers
b. ecosystem d. food chain
7. Is a group of interacting plants, animals and human in a particular area?
a. ecological community c. living organism
b. environment d. food chain
8. Excessive presence of carbon dioxide in the air, trapping heat near the earths
surface causing a rise in temperature in the environment.
a. El Nino c. Deforestation
b. Greenhouse Effect d. Weather disturbance
9. The Earths shield against suns harmful radiation.
a. Atmosphere c. Ozone layer
b. Air d. Forest
10. The use of product containing ______ is discouraged because they contribute to
the depletion of_____.
a. Chlorofluorocarbon-solar radiation
b. Gas-ozone layer
c. Ozone layer air
d. Chlorofluorocarbon-ozone layer
11. What causes high and low tides?
a. Earths rotation on its axis
b. Moons gravitational pull
c. Suns solar energy
d. Earths gravitational pull
12. How is coral a tool formed?
a. Volcanic eruption
b. Corals growing around a volcanic island
c. Underwater bedrock formations
d. Earthquake
13. What is a long shore drift?
a. Movement of sand and shingles along the coast
b. Sand bars
c. Accumulation of sad at the river mouth
d. Island formed by volcanic eruptions
14. How does an occlusion form?
a. Cold air moving up from the ground
b. Cold front pushing warm air up of the ground
c. Unbalance electrical reaction in the air
d. Cold and warm air mixing in the atmosphere
15. What is a eat haze?
a. A reflection caused by pollutants in the air
b. A distorted image resulting from the bending o suns light rays by changes in air
temperature
c. A movement o warm air over a vast expanse of land
d. Caused by extremely high temperature common in dessert areas
16. What sort of rock formation do the worlds greatest mountain ranges consist of?
a. Magma c. Fold eruptions
b. Chalk deposit d. Slip formation
17. What is the fore that wears down mountains?
a. Earthquake c. Volcanic eruptions
b. Erosion d. Deforestation
18. How are volcanic island formed?
a. Collision of two oceanic plates
b. Cooling of lava by seawater
c. Volcanic eruptions
d. Accumulation of corals
19. When the Theory of plate Tectonics was generally accepted?
a. 1900s c. 1950s
b. 1930s d. 1980s
20. The weathering away of rocks by water, wind and ice.
a. Denudation c. Volcanic rock
b. Erosion d. Metamorphic rock
21. How do hormones work?
a. By releasing adrenaline
b. By controlling cell chemistry
c. By regulating water loss
d. By controlling blood pressure
22. Name the male and female sex hormones
a. Sperm cell & Ovum c. Chromosomes
b. Testosterone d. Red & white blood cells
23. The unit of measurement of energy in a given an mount of food
a. Pound c. Olfactory system
b. Kilo d. calorie
24. Nitrogen compounds known as the building blocks of proteins
25. The growth of roots towards water is an example of?
a. Chemotropism c. Hydrotropism
b. Geotropism d. Phototropism
26. DNA means
a. Data nurturing analysis c. Deoxyribonucleic acid
b. Deoxytribonucleic acid d. Deotrixyl nucleic acid
27. What are the three products of oxygen when it has been burned?
a. Water, carbon dioxide and air
b. Energy, water and carbon dioxide
c. Energy, carbon and oxide
d. Energy, air and water
28. In flowering plants, fertilization happens in the?
a. Pollen tube c. Ovules
b. Stamen d. Pollen grain
29. The development of egg without fertilization
a. Mitosis c. Spermatogenesis
b. Parthenogenesis d. Mitochondria
30. Which of the following is a source of energy needed for photosynthesis?
a. Water c. Light
b. Soil d. Fertilizer
31. Chemistry is primarily concerned with the composition and changes of?
a. Nature c. Man
b. Matter d. Earth
32. A scientific theory is
a. A hypothesis not yet subjected to experimental test
b. An idea that correctly predict the result
c. An imagination
d. A guess
33. Which of the following units of measure is equivalent to cubic centimeter?
a. Milligram c. Millimeter
b. Milliliter d. Centiliter
34. Which of the following is NOT a compound?
a. acetic acid c. magnesium
b. alcohol d. Zinc Oxide
35. The easier the atom to receive electrons is measured by its?
a. Elecrtonegativity c. Number of shells
b. Atomic radius d. Valence electrons
36. The willingness o an atom to receive electron is measured by its?
a. Electronegativity c. Atomic size
b. Ionization potential d. Electron affinity
37. A molecule is said to be polar or dipole if?
a. Its positive and negative charges are at different places
b. It possesses polar bonds
c. Its polar bond have unsymmetrical charge distribution
d. All of the above
38. Which of the following is NOT a physical property of water?
a. freezing point at 0 degree C
b. boiling point at 100 degrees C
c. its heat of fusion at 80 cal/g.
d. its density at 4 degrees at 1 lb/cu. Ft
39. Which of the following statements is true?
a. Molecular weight does not influence boiling and melting point of a substance
b. Boiling and melting point tend to increase with molecular weight
c. Boiling and melting point tend to decrease with molecular weight
d. None o the above
40. A Mole is the amount of substance or a mass of a substance that contains?
a. 6.02 x 1023 particles c. 6.02 x 1023 particles
b. 60.2 x 1023 particles d. 60.2x 1023 particles
41. It is the measure of the amount of matter in an object
a. Weight c. Volume
b. Mass d. Quantity
42. It is the distance traveled by the body per unit time and tell how fast or slow the
body moves
a. Velocity c. Acceleration
b. Speed d. None of the above
43. The rate of change of the distance traveled per unit time in a stated direction
a. Velocity c. Acceleration
b. Speed d. None of the above
44. This law states that the force acting upon an object is equal to the product o the
mass and acceleration of the object
a. Newtons 2nd law of motion
b. Newtons 3rd law of motion
c. Newtons 1st law of motion
d. None of the amount
45. When a force is applied to a body, several effects are possible. Which one of the
following effect CANT occur?
a. the body rotates
b. the body changes direction
c. the body increase its mass
d. the body changes shape
46. It is the reluctance of the object to change either its state of rest or uniform
motion in a straight line
a. Force c. Inertia
b. Friction d. Motion
47. This law states that energy cannot be created nor destroyed but only changes
from one form to another
a. Energy law
b. Kinetic Theory of Matter
c. Law of Conservation Energy
d. None of the above
48. This law states that matter is made up of a large number of molecules which are
in continuous motion
a. Boyless Law c. Law of Conservation Energy
b. Kinetic Theory d. None of the above
49. The lowest possible temperature that a substance can reach
a. Freezing point c. Steam point
b. Absolute Zero d. Threshold
50. It is the amount of heat required to raise the temperature of kg. of a substance
by degree C
a. Calorie c. Specific heat capacity
b. Watt d. Joule
WORK HARD, DREAM HARDER
science and health
ANSWER KEYS
1 a 51 b
2 c 52 d
3 d 53 a
4 b 54 c
5 a 55 d
6 d 56 c
7 a 57 d
8 b 58 b
9 c 59 c
10 d 60 a
11 b 61 b
12 b 62 c
13 a 63 d
14 b 64 b
15 b 65 d
16 c 66 c
17 b 67 b
18 a 68 c
19 c 69 c
20 b 70 b
21 b 71 b
22 b 72 b
23 d 73 c
24 d 74 d
25 c 75 a
26 c 76 b
27 b 77 d
28 c 78 a
29 b 79 b
30 c 80 d
31 b 81 b
32 a 82 a
33 b 83 b
34 c 84 c
35 d 85 b
36 d 86 a
37 b 87 c
38 b 88 a
39 b 89 b
40 c 90 a
41 b 91 c
42 b 92 d
43 c 93 a
44 a 94 c
45 c 95 a
46 d 96 c
47 b 97 b
48 b 98 d
49 b 99 a
50 c 100 a
51. The relationship of give-and-take of living organism in the biosphere is a balance
of nature called________.
a. universal relationship
b. symbiotic relationship
c. spontaneous relationship
d. abiogenetic relationship
52. Process of removing excess odor in water.
a. sedimentation c. distillation
b. chlorination d. aeration
53. Which of the following statement is CORRECT?
a. As altitude increases, atmospheric pressures corresponding
b. Throughout the available space, gas tends to contract
c. Equal chances are always given to all in life
d. Shadow is formed when a colored object is projected against the wall
54. The earth rotates on its axis from west to east. This causes the sun to _______?
a. appear with a fiery orange color
b. cause the appearance of solar eclipse
c. rise room the east and sets in the west
d. emit solar radiation
55. One of these planets has the greatest gravitational pull. Which one is it?
a. Mars b. Earth c. Mercury d. Jupiter
56. It is the law which explains why one can pull a piece without topping a glass in a
quick motion.
a. energy in motion c. law of inertia
b. gravity d. force
57. Which of the following is NOT a source of energy?
a. water c. geothermal heat
b. nuclear d. inertia at rest
58. Which instrument will one use to convert mechanical energy to electrical
energy?
a. rotor b. generator c. motor d. circuit
59. Suns energy is generated by?
a. nuclear fission
b. sun enacting with gravity
c. nuclear fusion reaction
d. reaction with magnetic field
60. Application of energy is called _______?
a. work c. kinetics
b. inertia d. simulation
61. The falling of any form of water from the air to the earths surface
a. Condensation c. Water vapor
b. Precipitation d. Rainwater
62. The part of the atmosphere that filters the ultraviolet rays of the sun
a. stratosphere c. Ozone layer
b. Troposphere d. Ionosphere
63. The point in the earths orbit nearest to the sun
a. Solstice c. Aphelion
b. Eclipse d. Perihelion
64. A property of minerals which gives off rays of light when exposed to ultraviolet
light.
a. Luminescence c. Radiation
b. Phosphorescence d. Fluorescence
65. Which process involves chemical weathering?
a. Carbonation c. Hydration
b. Oxidation d. All of the above
66. How long does it take for the earth to complete one rotation
a. 365 days c. 24 hours
b. 30 days d. 12 hours
67. What is the principal function of gravity in the universe?
a. Provision for energy
b. Keeps the stars and other heavenly bodies in orbit
c. Causes movement in space
d. Part of universal design
68. What does the word monsoon mean?
a. Moon will soon come c. Seasons
b. Rains d. Wet weather
69. Its discovery enable geologist to date rocks accurately
a. layering c. Radioactivity
b. Evolutionary staging d. Carbon-dating
70. It occurs when the earth is between the sun and the moon, with the earths
shadow cast over the moon.
a. Total eclipse c. Eclipse
b. Lunar eclipse d. Partial Eclipse
71. Male and female reproductive part of a flower
a. Pollen grains and ovules c. Pollen grains and pistil
b. Stamen and pistil d. Stamen and ovules
72. In the human body, the cell that most nearly resembles a one-celled animals
a. Red Blood cell c. Nerve cell
b. White Blood cell d. Antibodies
73. The main energy source of a plant-eating animals
a. Glucose b. Starch c. Cellulose d. Glycogen
74. These are cellular secretions which help regulate the breakdown and buildup of
various substance in the body
a. Enzymes c. Plasma
b. Amino Acids d. Hormones
75. It is the energy source of the cell which it uses for growing, reproducing and
other activities
a. Adenosine Triphosphate c. Chloroplast
b. Amino Acids d. Sunlight
76. It is a segment of DNA molecule which controls the appearance of a given trait
a. Chromosomes c. Gametes
b. Genes d. Zygotes
77. Group of similar cells performing similar functions together
a. Organs b. System c. Nucleus d. Tissue
78. The diffusion of water through a semi permeable membrane
a. osmosis c. Transfusion
b. permeability d. Capillary
79. It shows the complex food relationship of organism in a given area and the
cyclic flow of food through organisms
a. Food chain c. Food pyramid
b. Food web d. Biological cycle
80. Which of the following does NOT occur to both respiration and fermentation?
a. energy is released
b. sugar is broken down
c. carbon dioxide is produced
d. alcohol is formed
81. Energy removal is best illustrated in
a. boiling of liquid substances
b. changing water to ice
c. changing water to stem
d. none of the above
82. Refers to the maximum amount of solute expressed in grams that can be
dissolved in 100 grams of water at a specific temperature
a. Solubility c. Molarity
b. Stability d. Molality
83. Compounds with the same molecular formula but with different structural
formulas
a. Cellulose c. Polymers
b. Isomers d. Monomers
84. The most penetrating type of radiation given of by radioactive elements
a. Alpha particle c. Gamma particle
b. Beta particle d. None of the above
85. The basic unit for expressing the masses o individual atoms
a. Atomic number c. Nucleus
b. Atomic mass unit d. Atomic weight
86. A substance that speeds up a chemical reaction without itself undergoing a
chemical change
a. catalyst c. Electrolytes
b. Enhancer d. Ionizer
87. The temperature at which the vapor pressure of the liquid is equal to the
pressure of the surroundings atmosphere
a. Melting point c. Boiling Point
b. Critical point d. None of the above
88. the warming of the earths surface due to an increase in atmospheric carbon
dioxide
a. Greenhouse effect c. Atmospheric pressure
b. Ozone d. El Nino phenomena
89. Describe the force of gravity on an object
a. mass c. capacity
b. weight d. pressure
90. When gaseous molecules are compressed, they tend to?
a. increase in volume c. repel each other
b. decrease in volume d.attract and liquefy
91. It is the union of two light nucleus to form a heavier nucleus, resulting in a mass
defect and release of energy
a. Radiation c. Nuclear Fusion
b. Nuclear Fission d. Radioactivity
92. Which of the following statements is a characteristic of an electronic spectrum?
a. They all travel at the same speed in fire space
b. The exhibit diffraction and interference phenomena
c. They follow the laws of refraction and reflection
d. All of the above
93. The term RADAR is derived from the phrase?
a. Radiation Detection and Ranging
b. Radiation Diffusion and Ranging
c. Radio Diffraction and Resolution
d. Radiation Diffraction and Resolution
94. A material whose ability to conduct electricity lies between those of conductors
and insulators
a. Integrated Circuits c. Semiconductors
b. Silicon Chips d. Insulators
95. LASER is derived from the phrase?
a. Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation
b. Light Application by Simulated Emission of Radiation
c. Light Amplification by Simulated Ejection of Radiation
d. None of the above
96. What is the color of a transparent substance?
a. The color of the light it absorbs
b. The color of light it reflects
c. The color of light it transmit
d. The color of light it refracts
97. What is a rotating electromagnetic called?
a. Motor b. Rotor c. Phasor d. Sensor
98. What happens with the centripetal force when sped is doubled?
a. remains the same c. triples
b. force is increase 4x d. force is doubled
99. What is an electrochemical cell in which the reacting materials can be renewed
by the use o reverse current
a. Storage cell c. Fuel cell
b. Primary cells d. Chemical cell
100. What will make an object move in a circular path?
a. Central force c. Frictional force
b. Gravitational d. Electromagnetic force
LET REVIEWER: EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY
1.Which of the following statements has a very limited definition of educational
technology?
a. It is a profession composed of various job categories.
b. It refers to the computers used for teaching and learning.
c. It includes audiovisual materials, interactive multimedia and self-instructional
materials.
d. It is the development, application and evaluation of system, techniques and aids
to improve human learning
Answer: B
2. Which of the following statements is correct about the domains of educational
technology?
a. Design is the production stage while development is the planning stage.
b. Both the design and development are the planning stage.
c. Evaluation is synonymous with implementation.
d. Utilization is the action phase.
Answer: D
3. Ms. Gomez is planning to integrate technology in her Mathematics class. Which of
the following would be the logical steps in doing this?
I. Set the objectives
II. Analyze the learners
III. Utilize the materials with showmanship
IV. Evaluate the performance of the students
a. I, II, III, IV
b. II, I, III, IV
c. I, II, IV, III
d. II, I, IV, III
Answer: B
4. Which of the following is a limitation of models and real objects in teaching and
learning?
a. They pose problems on storage
b. They make learning more concrete.
c. They provide hands-on learning experiences.
d. They are readily available in the environment, around school and in the home.
Answer: A
5. Which group of technologies has the highest degree of concreteness?
a. Realia and computer
b. Video, picture and television
c. Digital video, film, versatile compact disc
d. Book, imaginative literature, programmed instruction
Answer: A
6. Mrs. Del Prado placed text together with the relevant graphics on the same page
in her multimedia presentation. Which principle did she apply?
a. Split attention
b. Spatial contiguity
c. Cost effectiveness
d. Communication effectiveness
Answer: A
7. Mrs. Olivarez presented real samples of rocks in her General Science class. What
principle did she apply?
a. Appropriateness
b. Authenticity
c. Responsiveness
d. Simplicity
Answer: B
8.Which is the best reason why teachers state the objectives before using
instructional media?
a. To secure materials
b. To prepare the materials beforehand.
c. To determine which media to use best.
d. To be able to practice how to operate the equipment
Answer: C
9. Which of the following should Mr. Rivera primarily consider in determining the
teaching-learning objectives and use of instructional media?
a. The assessment tool to be used
b. The learning activities
c. The learner
d. The teacher
Answer: B
10. Which of the following technologies provide iconic experiences to students/
children?
a. Video and books
b. Pictures and videos
c. Radio and recording
d. Modules and periodicals
Answer: B
11. Which of these technologies used in the classroom are arranged from the most
symbolic to multisensory?
a. Real objects, print, audio-visual materials and visual materials
b. Visual materials, audio visual materials, print and computers
c. Visual materials, print, audio-visual materials and realia
d. Print, audio-visual materials, computers and realia
Answer: D
12. Which of the following is inappropriate in using printed visuals such as charts,
graphs and drawings?
a. Provide written or verbal cues to highlight important aspect of visuals
b. Present the instructional materials simultaneously
c. Use materials that everyone can see
d. Make the presentation suspenseful
Answer: B
13. Susan wants to learn more English. Specifically, she wants to improve her
listening skills. She has a CD player, a tape recorder and has internet access. As an
English teacher, what do you suggest?
I. CDs with English listening drills
II. Tapes with English listening drills
III. Internet website such as Go4English, English Language Listening Lab or Randall's
listening Lab
a. I and II
b. II and III
c. I or III
d. I, II and III
Answer: D
14. Which of the following statements is incorrect about the contributions of
technology to student learning?
a. The quality of learning can be improved.
b. The delivery of instruction can be more interesting.
c. The method of teaching and learning becomes more interactive.
d. The role of the teacher can be changed into knowledge dispenser.
Answer: D
15. Mr. Tarnate, an ICT teacher takes into account technology standards to address
the needs of the students and help them adapt with the changing society and
technology Which of the following standards is an exception?
a. Creativity and innovation
b. Research and information literacy
c. Model digital-age work and learning
d. Technology operations and concepts
Answer: C
16. Ms. Vinluan, a computer teacher demonstrates understanding of local and
global issues and exhibits ethical and legal use of information and communications
technology tools. Which is true about her?
a. She models digital-age work and learning
b. She facilitates and inspires student
PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION
CHILD AND ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT
KEY
1. According to Erikson, identity and role
confusion occurs during
A. Elementary Years C. College years
B. High school years D. Pre school years
2. According to Jerome Bruner, learning is a
simultaneous process of acquisition,
transformation and_______________.
A. Evaluation C. Metacognition
B. Question D. Education
3. Who among the following developed the Social
Learning Theory?
A. Bandura C. Bruner
B. Kohlberg D. Skinner
4. When a teacher present a morally ambiguous
situation to his students and ask them what to
do, the teachers technique is based on the
theory of
A. Bandura C. Kohlberg
B. Piaget D. Bruner
5. According to Maslow, the highest of the need
in the Hierarchy of Needs theory is
A. Psychological need C. belongingn
B. Self actualization D. Safety
6. Based on Freuds theory, which operates when
a person is in the height of anger?
A. Ego C. Id and ego
B. Superego D. Id
7. Operant conditioning can be applied to
classroom by
A. Connecting facts and concepts
B. Fostering conducive learning environment
C. Using reinforcement
D. Using manipulative devices
8. Women should not study since they will be
marrying soon. If a father tells his daughter this,
can we consider his premise morally right?
A. Depends on the family social status
B. Yes, women are mean for the home
C. No, women can perform just like men
D. No, there is gender equality in education
9. In Piagets concrete operational stage,
teacher Maritel should provide_______________.
A. Activities of hypothesis formulation
B. Learning activities that involve problems of
classification and order
C. Activities for evaluation purposes
D. Stimulating environment with ample objects to
play with
10. A student is finding it hard to read. When the
guidance counselor traced the childs history, the
counselor was able to find out that the student
came from a dysfunctional family, aside from
that, the child was abused and neglected. What
could have caused the students reading
disability?
A. Emotional Factors C. Neurological factors
B. Poor teaching D. Immaturity
11. A child was punished for cheating in an
exam. For sure the child wont cheat again in
short span of time, but this does not guarantee
that the child wont cheat ever again Based on
Thorndikes theory on punishment and learning,
this shows that ______________.
A. Punishment strengthens a response
B. Punishment removes response
C. Punishment doesnt remove a response
D. Punishment weakens a response
12. Laughing at a two-year-old child who uttered
a bad word is not a proper thing to do because
in this stage of the childs, the child
is_______________.
A. Considering the views of others
B. Distinguishing sex references
C. Socializing
D. Distinguishing right from wrong
13. According to Sigmund Freud, the main
proponent of Psychoanalytic Theory, the
superego is mainly concerned with
A. The resolution of conflict within the self
B. The finding of greater satisfaction
C. The idea of right and wrong
D. The development of healthy psyche
14. Modeling is a teaching rooted on_____________
_________ learning theory.
A. Bandura C. Thorndike
B. Skinner D. Bruner
15. Teacher Marissa would like to employ
Operant Conditioning on her students to increase
the probabilities of greater participation during
discussion. It is highly possible that teacher
Marissa will
A. Put more emphasis on sharing and
consistently guide them to new ideas
B. Allow them to think about thinking
C. Give a star token to those who will
participate
D. Let them exercise metacognitive approaches
to better understand the topic
16. One of the traits of many students is putting
more emphasis on porma over substance. This
is likely to be shown when
A. A written report was submitted by a student
with shabby cover but comprehensive content
B. A written report was submitted by a student
using perfumed stationary but poor content
C. A written report was submitted by a student
two days ahead of time
D. A written report was submitted by a student
two days late
17. Providing variety of learning activities to
students is a characteristic of a teacher who
understand the principle of
A. Reward as a potential means of increasing
the participation
B. Proactive teaching as a modern technique of
teaching
C. Facilitating learning with emphasis on
individual differences
D. Allowing the student to be exposed to various
teaching techniques
18. The best example of Operant Conditioning
among the following is
A. Connecting facts and concepts
B. Fostering conducive learning environment
C. Using reinforcement
D. Using manipulative devices
19. A child receives a STAR STAMP after
correctly completing his task. The child always
tries to complete all tasks correctly for him to
have a stamp once again. What is being shown in
the situation?
A. Associative learning C. Operant Conditioning
B. Classical conditioning D. Pavlovian
conditioning
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SOCIAL STUDIES with keys
1) The culture of the Ilocanos can easily be felt through their ants dance known as
________.
a. Balitaw
b. Dandansoy
c. Mahinhin
d. Kinnotan
2) The "La Liga Filipina" was a concrete evidence of Rizal's desire to ________.
I. Unite the entire Philippine archipelago
II. Fight violence and injustice
III. Revolt against the Spaniards
a. I and II
b. II and III
c. I, II and III
d. I and III
3) It refers to the full and fair equivalent of the property taken from its owner by the
expropriator and the gauge for computation is not the taker's gain but the owner's
loss. In order for the payment to be "just", it must be real, substantial, full, and
ample; made within a reasonable time from the taking of the property.
a. Property
b. Public Use
c. Eminent Domain
d. Just Compensation
4) In Northeast Luzon, the longest river in the country originates from the
mountains of Quirino and Nueva Vizcaya and drains the whole Cagayan Valley
existing through the town of Aparri and Cagayan. What is the name of this river?
a. Agno River
b. Abra River
c. Pampanga River
d. Rio Grande de Cagayan
5) A sociological research method that approaches social phenomena through
quantifiable evidence, and often relies on statistical analysis of many cases to
create valid and reliable general claims.
a. Qualitative design
b. Quantitative design
c. Normative
d. Formative
6) Cooperatives can eventually put up banks of their own. What are the evidences
of their successes?
a. Many banks in Metro Manila and Central Luzon started out as cooperatives.
b. Most of the rural banks started out as cooperatives.
c. Cooperatives are not heavily taxed.
d. Opening of rural bank is allowed on a cooperative concept.
7) When a combination of independent business organizations form to regulate
production, pricing and marketing of goods by the members, which term applies?
a. Cartel
b. Monopoly
c. Depression
d. Inflation
8) What right and duty do Filipinos exercise when they participate in ratfying a
proposed constitution?
a. Citizenship
b. Habeas Corpus
c. Suffrage
d. Bill of Rights
9) Martial law remained in force until 1981 under Procalamation # ________.
a. 1081
b. 1425
c. 9994
d. 7610
10) The process by which a person learns the requirments of the culture by which
he or she is surrounded, and acquired values and behaviors that are appropriate or
necessary in that culture is called ________.
a. Assimilation
b. Enculturation
c. Cultural Relativism
d. Acculturation
11) The exchange of cultural features that results when groups of individuals from
different culture come into continuous first-hand contact. The original cultural
patterns of wither or both groups may be altered, but the groups remain distinct.
a. Assimilation
b. Enculturation
c. Cultural Relativism
d. Acculturation
12) The Commander of the American and Filipino forces in Bataan was ________.
a. Gen. Arthur MacArthur
b. Gen. Douglas MacArthur
c. Gen. Jonathan Wright
d. Gen. Edward King
13) The first Americal Civil Governor was ________.
a. William Howard Taft
b. Wesley Meritt
c. Arthur MacArthur
d. Murray Bartlet
14) This is a collection of traditional courtship song in Mexican-Spanish tradition
based on the habanera rhythm.
a. Harana
b. Kundiman
c. Jazz
d. Modern
15) It is characterized by shared experiences and mutual responsibilities.
a. Gesellschaft
b. Gemeinchaft
c. Enculturation
d. Acculturation
16) It features the exchange of goods, money and services.
a. Gesellschaft
b. Gemeinchaft
c. Enculturation
d. Acculturation
17) One of the advantages of presidential system of government is ________.
a. The principle of the separation of powers and checks and balances is observed.
b. Unity of authority
c. It cuts sosts and redundancy in lawmaking.
d. It promotes strong political party.
18) The fulfillment of the collective needs to the human species, including global
society, is to pursue ________.
a. public interests
b. common good
c. justice
d. political will
19) This is the determination of the government to relate to what is perceived as
beneficial to public interests acts to implement its decision on such in order to
achieve a better future for its citizens.
a. public interests
b. common good
c. justice
d. political will
20) Those provinces that were pacified and were already recognizing Spanish rule
were called ________.
a. Alcadias
b. Alcalde mayor
c. Indulto de Comercio
d. Corregimientos
21) The military provinces that were unpacified during the Spanish period were
called ________.
a. Alcadia
b. Alcalde mayor
c. Indulto de Comercio
d. Corregimientos
22) During the Spanish period, this refers to the privelege of the provincial Governor
to engage in trade.
a. Alcadia
b. Alcalde mayor
c. Indulto de Comercio
d. Corregimientos
23) What form of government did we have when President Aguinaldo proclaimed the
Philippine Independence on June 12, 1898?
a. Dictatorial
b. Revolutionary
c. Freedom
d. Presidential
24) The longest revolt in Philippine History is called the ________.
a. Dagohoy revolt
b. Diego Silang revolt
c. Gabriela Silang revolt
d. Palaris revolt
25) The most devastating typhoon in 2009, with a damage of $1.09 billion and 747
fatalities was known as ________.
a. Reming
b. Milenyo
c. Ondoy
d. Habagat
26) Violation of human rights is a violation of the _________ of the person.
a. dignity
b. intelligence
c. will
d. freedom
27) The Law that led to the granting of ten-year transition period is called?
a. Hare-Hawes Cutting Bill
b. Tydings-McDuffies Law
c. Parity Rights
d. Independence Law
28) Republic Act 9994 is also known as the ________.
a. Anti-Child Abuse Law
b. K-12 Act
c. Expanded Senior Citizen's Act
d. Prison Modernization Law
29) What is the very foundation of genuine peace and reconciliation?
a. Happiness
b. Joy
c. Confrontation
d. Social justice
30) This is the location of the island known as the "Isla de Pintados" by the
Spaniards.
a. Luzon
b. Visayas
c. Mindanao
d. Isla Verla
31) What was our government under the 1935 Constitution?
a. Revolutionary
b. Monarchy
c. Commonwealth
d. Military
32) In economics, ________ is a rise in the general level of prices of goods and
services in an economy over a period of time.
a. inflation
b. mercantilism
c. depression
d. free trade
33) A UNESCO World heritage site in Ilocos Norte is ________.
a. Bangui Windmills
b. Paoay Church
c. Currimao Rock Formations
d. Pagudpud
34) The author of "Flora de Filipinas circa 1837, the botanical illustrations of plant
specimens that grew into the Philippine herbarium is ________.
a. Governor Polavieja
b. Padre Emmanuel Gonzales
c. Padre Manuel Blanco
d. Governor Narciso Claveria
35) The Philippines was ruled by Spain through the ________ until 1814.
a. Cuba
b. Puerto Rico
c. Viceroy of Mexico
d. Guam
36) This is a guarantee given by the Constitution to certain units of government
where their approved annual appropriations shall be automatically and regularly
released.
a. General Appropriations Act
b. Fiscal Autonomy
c. Fiscal Discipline
d. Internal Revenue Allocations
37) Which order of government correctly sequences what happened during the
American regime?
a. Civil, Military, Commonwealth
b. Military, Civil, Commonwealth
c. Civil, Commonwealth, Military
d. Military, Commonwealth, Civil
38) Which order of presidents correctly applies to Philippine history.
I. Carlos P. Garcia
II. Ramon Magsaysay
III. Elpidio Quirino
IV. Manuel Roxas
a. III, I, II, IV
b. IV, II, I, III
c. III, II, IV, I
d. IV, III, II, I
39) In whose presidency was the famous MIRACLE RICE produced?
a. Ferdinand Marcos
b. Fidel Ramos
c. Joseph Estrada
d. Gloria Arroyo
40) After the Second World War, which emerged as new powers?
a. China and USA
b. Japan and USA
c. Germany and USSR
d. USA and USSR
41) The employees of ABC Review Center wants to associate, pool their savings, and
use the fund as soon as possible to grant loans to members and capitalized and
operate the canteen of the said Review Center. What type of cooperative will they
organize and register?
a. Service cooperative
b. Producer's cooperative
c. Consumer cooperative
d. Credit cooperative
42) One of the tyoes of positive economics that collects and presents data that can
describe the phenomena is ________.
a. Descriptive economics
b. Economic theory
c. Growth
d. Stability
43) The complex set of relationships within agricultural sector and between tenure
structure, production structure, and the structure of supporting services is called
________.
a. Land Reform
b. Agrarian Structure
c. Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Law
d. Agrarian Reform Measures
44) The earliest mode of economic life in human history according to Karl Marx is
called ________.
a. Enlighted self-interest
b. Reciprocity
c. Primitive Communism
d. Agricultural
45) Refers to any liability to pay money arising out of a contract, express or implied.
a. Poll Tax
b. Tax
c. Debt
d. Debtors
46) The state of entire subjection of one person to the will of another is called
________.
a. Peonage
b. Slavery
c. Suppressed
d. Depressed
47) It means that when a person is charged with an offense and the case is
terminated either by acquittal or conviction or in any other manner without the
express consent of the accused, the latter cannot again be charged with the same
or identical offense.
a. Writ of Habeas Corpus
b. Righ against illegal detention
c. Writ of Amparo
d. Right against double jeopardy
48) The families of victims of extrajudicial killgs and enforced disappearances can
invoke the writ when the right to life, liberty or security of a person is violated or
threathened with violation by an unlawful act or omission of a public official or
employee or of a private individual or entity.
a. Writ of Habeas Corpus
b. Righ against illegal detention
c. Writ of Amparo
d. Right against double jeopardy
49) This court shall have jurisdiction over civil and criminal cases involving graft and
corruption practices and such offenses committed by public officers and employees
in relation to their offices as may be determined by law.
a. Court of Appeals
b. Supreme Court
c. Regional Trial Court
d. Sandiganbayan
50) These are the only officials removable by Impeachment.
a. The President, Vice-President, members of the Supreme Court, members of the
Constitutional Commissions, and the Ombudsman.
b. The President, Vice-President, members of the Supreme Court, members of the
Constitutional Commissions, and the Senators.
c. The President, Vice-President, members of the Supreme Court, members of the
Constitutional Commissions, and the members of the House of Representatives.
d. The President, Vice-President, members of the Supreme Court, members of the
Constitutional Commissions, and the members of the House of Representatives, the
Senators, and the Ombudsman.
ANSWERS:
1. D
2. A
3. D
4. D
5. B - Quantitative research focuses on analysis of numeric data.
6. B
7. A - A cartel is a formal agreement among competing firms.
8. C
9. A
10. B
11. D
12. D
13. A
14. A
15. B - Gemeinchaft generally translated as "Community".
16. A - Gesellschaft means "Society".
17. A
18. A
19. D
20. A
21. D
22. C
23. A - The Dictatorial Government lasted for only 3 months from May 24 to June 23,
1898. On June 23, Aguinaldo established the Revolutionary Government.
24. A
25. C
26. A
27. B
28. C
29. D
30. B
31. C
32. A
33. B
34. C
35. C
36. B
37. B
38. D
39. A
40. D
41. D
42. A
43. B
44. C
45. C
46. B
47. D
48. C
49. D
50. A
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NATURAL SCIENCE
1) Which of the following BEST demonstrates the greenhouse principle?
a. A heated aquarium
b. A car with rolled-up windows
c. A microwave oven
d. A solar battery-powered calculator
2) Which law of force and motion explains this occurrence, when a rocket is
propelled upward by the powerful downward discharge of exhaust gases?
a. Universal Gravitation
b. Action and Reaction
c. Applied Force
d. Inertia
3) Why does a pendulum in a grandfather clock once set in motion continue to
swing, thereby regulating the clock's movement? This is due to the Law of:
a. Universal Gravitation
b. Action and Reaction
c. Applied Force
d. Inertia
4) Why does a bullet when discharged into the air eventually fall to the ground? This
is due to the Law of:
a. Universal Gravitation
b. Applied Force
c. Inertia
d. Action and Reaction
5) Which of the following will occur if a cold bottle of soda is left open on a kitchen
counter?
a. The pressure that the soda exerts on the bottle will increase.
b. The temperature of the soda will decrease.
c. The amount of dissolved carbon dioxide gas will decrease.
d. The amount of dissolved carbon dioxide gas will remain the same.
6) In an experiment, a drop of blue ink is placed on the surface of a glass of water.
In a few minutes, the drop of ink is dispersed throughout the water, turning it light
blue. The result of the experiment proves that:
a. molecules of ink and molecules of water are in constant motion.
b. heat causes the ink to disperse.
c. a new compound is formed by the combination of ink and water.
d. ink molecules have less density than water molecule.
7) Each of the following objects is designed to employ the buoyancy principle,
EXCEPT:
a. life preserver
b. kite
c. submarine
d. canoe
8) An elderly woman suffered a stroke, a restriction of blood flow to the brain. If the
stroke caused to the right side of her body to become temporarily paralyzed, she
most likely experienced a decreased blood flow to:
a. the left side of her body
b. the front of her brain
c. the left side of her brain
d. the right side of her brain
9) In an experiment, a vacuum is created when all air is removed from a tube. A
coin and bits of confetti are released in the vacuum at the same time. They fall at
the same rate and reach the bottom at the same time. The experiment proves that
I. in a vacuum, the rate of acceleration is the same for all objects regardless of
weight.
II. outside a vacuum, air resistance is what makes different objects fall at different
rates.
III. gravity has no effect at all on objects that fall in a vacuum.
a. I and II
b. I and III
c. I, II and III
d. II and III
10) New peonies, perennial plants that produce showy flowers can be propagated
from the parent plant by dividing corns that grow underground. This reproductive
form resembles a:
a. bulb
b. runner
c. seed
d. bud
11) Which antidote would have a similar effect if vinegar or citrus juice were not
available?
a. Milk
b. Raw egg white
c. Vegetable oil
d. Water
12) Which is NOT among the hazardous effects of water pollution to health?
a. The epidemic threat of hepatitis and dysentery.
b. The increase incidence of liver cancer.
c. The dumping of mercury in the sea causing blindness, brain damage, or death.
d. The presence of certain bacteria in the digestive tract causing
methemoglobinemia.
13) A tightly coiled spring demonstrate?
a. Steam energy
b. Kinetic energy
c. Potential energy
d. Chemical energy
14) Which of the following methods can all diabetics control their condition and
avoid heart disease and blindness?
I. Regulating their intake of glucose
II. Increasing the levels of insulin in the body by taking insulin injections
III. Maintaining a reasonable exercise regimen to keep weight down
a. I
b. II
c. I and II
d. I and III
15) The invention of telescope is very significant because:
a. It brightens the light coming from the stars.
b. It analyzes the composition of the planet.
c. It allows the observations of far objects.
d. It determines the age of the stars.
16) Which scientist paved the way for modern exploration by advancing the theory
that planets revolve around the sun:
a. Ptolemy
b. Aristotle
c. Copernicus
d. Harvey
17) Rottenstone, rouge, and whiting are used for _______.
a. polishing
b. sterilizing
c. cleaning
d. filling porous wood surfaces
18) The amount of light entering the eye is controlled by the ________.
a. optic nerve
b. cornea
c. iris
d. retina
19) The one that produces the quickest heat energy per pound is ________.
a. bread
b. roast beef
c. fried chicken
d. fish with butter
20) The statement that a buoyant force on a floating body is equal to the weight of
fluid displaced is known as the principle or law of ________.
a. Boyle
b. Newton
c. Archimedes
d. Bernoulli
21) Flowers that have no fragrance are usually pollinated by ________.
a. insects
b. wind
c. birds
d. small animals
22) Scientist tend to replicate the measurements during an experiment. The main
reason behind this is for them to?
a. estimate the experimental error
b. list the data in a tabulation
c. change the experimental conditions
d. find out if the equipment is working
23) Arrange the following steps in the most logical order of scientific investigation.
I. Formulate the hypothesis
II. Perform the experiment
III. State the problem
IV. Draw the generalization
a. III, II, I, IV
b. III, IV, II, I
c. III, I, II, IV
d. III, II, IV, I
24) Roger and Henry are doing their experiments; both use the same kind of
materials, same amount of different liquids, and same place where they performed
their experiment. What is the variable in the experiment?
a. Bottles
b. Amount of liquid
c. Kind of liquid
d. Place of experiment
25) What is the importance of control set-up in experimentation?
a. It will identify the variables in the experiment.
b. It will provide a basis of comparison between treated and untreated subjects.
c. It will provide a basis for measuring data.
d. It will eliminate mechanical errors in experimentations.
26) Linda formulated a hypothesis that anthurium flower will grow larger if fish bone
is added to the soil. She has two experimental plots of anthurium, one with fish
bone and the other without fish bone. Which data should she be collected to support
this hypothesis?
a. Height of anthurium plant in both plots.
b. Length of growing time in both plots.
c. Size of anthurium flower in both plots.
d. Amount of fish bone in both plots.
27) The process of comparing one quantity with the corresponding standard is
called ________.
a. Measurement
b. Formulation
c. Interpolation
d. Extrapolation
28) Which of the following relationships is CORRECT?
a. A meter is less than a kilometer.
b. A second is more than a minute.
c. A centigram is equal to a milligram.
d. A decimeter is greater than a decameter.
29) Matter is anything that has ________.
a. weight and volume
b. mass and volume
c. weight and mass
d. mass and shape
30) A student walks from home to school 3 blocks away and then returns home for
lunch. After lunch, he goes back to school. His total displacement is ________.
a. 0 blocks
b. 3 blocks
c. 6 blocks
d. 9 blocks
31) Which description below shows the fastest runner?
a. The one with the longest recorded time.
b. The one with the farthest distance travelled.
c. The one with the farthest distance travelled at longer recorded time.
d. The one with the farthest distance travelled at shorter recorded time.
32) What property of matter is involved in the sign, "Fasten Your Seat Belt"?
a. Acceleration
b. Inertia
c. Interaction
d. Impenetrability
33) Two items of similar shapes and weights are dropped simultaneously from a ten-
storey building. Which of the following statements is CORRECT about the falling rate
(acceleration) of the objects?
a. The weight of the objects has no effect on the falling rate.
b. The shape of the objects has a minor effect on the falling rate.
c. The resistance of the air has no effect on the falling rate.
d. The distance of the fall has an effect on the falling rate.
34) Which laboratory equipment/s is/are used to find whether a ring is genuine or
fake?
I. Platform balance
II. Graduated cylinder
III. Beaker
a. I only
b. II only
c. I and II only
d. I, II and III
35) Which of the following situations is true as a boat moves from salty sea to fresh
water river?
a. It sinks deeper
b. It floats higher
c. It stays at the same level
d. It moves faster
36) Which of the following is conserved when a pendulum is swinging?
a. Mass
b. Momentum
c. Energy
d. Weight
37) Which statement best explains why ice is a good refrigerant?
a. It cools by evaporation.
b. It absorbs heat while melting.
c. It conducts heat quickly.
d. It does not melt inside the rerigerator.
38) An object becoomes positively charge if it ________.
a. gains protons
b. gains electrons
c. loses protons
d. loses electrons
39) Atoms consist of three fundamental particles. What are these particles and their
charges?
a. proton (-), neutron (+), electron (neutral)
b. proton (+), netron (-), electron (neutral)
c. proton (+), neutron (neutral), electron (-)
d. proton (-), neutron (neutral), electron (+)
40) Which element in the periodic table has the Symbol "Ca"?
a. Cadmium
b. Calcium
c. Carbon
d. Californium
41) Ions are formed by ________.
a. gaining or losing electrons
b. gaining or losing protons
c. sharing protons
d. sharing electrons
42) All of the following are charcteristics of metals, EXCEPT ________.
a. good conductor
b. brittleness
c. malleability
d. ductility
43) Which is true about metalloids?
a. Have properties of both metals and non-metals.
b. Conduct electricity better than metals.
c. Conduct heat better than metals.
d. Conduct heat and electricity less effective than non-metals.
44) Which of the following is an element?
a. Water
b. Ethanol
c. Neon
d. Crude Oil
45) In a flame test, what is the color of the flame if there is a presence of boron in a
solution?
a. Brick red
b. Yellow gold
c. Royal blue
d. Bright green
46) Which warning label indicates a chemical property of the aterial being labelled?
a. Fragile
b. Handle with care
c. Shake well
d. Flammable
47) Which of the following is an example of a chemical change?
a. Melting of candle
b. Rusting of iron
c. Dissolving sugar
d. Boiling of water
48) A change in state from solid to gas without passing the liquid state is called
________.
a. Solidification
b. Evaporation
c. Condensation
d. Sublimation
49) The radiosotope which is now used in cancer radiation treatment is ________.
a. Cobalt 60
b. Uranium 238
c. Sodium 24
d. Iodine 131
50) Which radioactive radiation coming from external sources is most dangerous to
human body?
a. X-rays
b. Alpha radiation
c. Beta radiation
d. Gamma radiation
ANSWERS:
1. B
2. C
3. D
4. A
5. C
6. A
7. B
8. C
9. C
10. C
11. A
12. B
13. C
14. D
15. C
16. C
17. A
18. C
19. A
20. C
21. B
22. A
23. C
24. C - All the factors given in the experiment do not change except for the kind of
liquid as indicated by the phrase "different liquids."
25. C
26. C
27. A
28. A
29. B
30. B - Displacement is a vector, so the direction is also to be considered. When the
student returns home, the 3 blocks displacement is cancelled and going back to
school will give 3 blocks.
31. D
32. B
33. A
34. C
35. A
36. C
37. B
38. D
39. C
40. B
41. B
42. C
43. A
44. C - Ethanol and water are compounds while crude oil is a mixture.
45. D
46. D
47. B
48. D
49. A
50. D