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City of Dasmarinas, Cavite



Summer AY 2017-2018

Student Name: _____________________ Course/Yr./Section: ________________ Date Taken:_______

TEST DIRECTION: Read each item carefully. Follow the instruction in each type of test. Write legibly. NO

I. MULTIPLE CHOICE. Select the best answer. Encircle the letter of your answer. Write NA before
the number If there is no correct answer. (60 points)

1. Are you a person, someone can lean on? Are you hones and sincere in words and action? Are you
consistent in your actions and responses to different situations? What personal quality do you
A. Innovativeness B. Intelligence C. Buoyancy D. Reliability

2. Do you easily give up? Are you moody? A loner? Does pressure in work make you surrender? It is
difficult for you to succeed after you fail? Do you have poor intra personal relationship? What
quality do you lack?
A. Buoyancy B. Cooperativeness C. Reliability D. Fairness

3. Do you believe in yourself and in what you can do? Can you work alone without asking help from
others? Do you believe in the saying: “No guts, no glory”? what quality do you have?
A. Self confidence B. Innovativeness C. Compassionate D. Emotional stability

4. Are you easily upset by petty things? Do you worry lot? Do you panic when pressured? Do you often
feel that you are to be blamed? What personal quality do you lack?
A. Innovativeness B. Emotional stability C. cooperativeness D. Reliability

5. Do you have higher order thinking abilities? Do you excel in you abilities in any of Howard Gardner’s
Multiple Intelligences? Do you act quickly on problems of immediate concern? What personal
quality do you possess?
A. Innovativeness B. Compassion C. Self-Confidence D. Intelligence

6. Refers yo the ability to make sound decision,analyse, make judgement, make solutions.
A. Compassion B. Innovativeness C. Intelligence D. Reliability

7. A natural quality to empathize, to feel what others feel, to be tolerant of others.

A. Innovativeness B. Compassion C. Self-Confidence D. Intelligence
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8. Refers to the ability to be calm under pressure, cheerful and optimistic, level headed.
A. Compassion B. Intelligence C. Innovativeness D. Emotional stability

9. A natural tendency to create new things, modify existing ones, imaginative, finds solutions to
problems quickly, makes use of available materials.
A. innovativeness B. Intelligence C. Compassion D. Emotional stability

10. A natural attribute to look at both sides of the issue before making judgment, gives equal chances
for both sides to be heard, removes personal biases.
A. Buoyancy B. Reliability C. Fairness D. Cooperativeness

11. Refers to the ability to survive in difficult situation, balances life, optimistic and cheerful.
A. Buoyancy B. Reliability C. Fairness D. Cooperativeness

12. An ability to demonstrate dependability, sincerity, and honesty .

A. Fairness B. Reliability C. Buoyancy D. Cooperativeness

13. What is the right philosophy that every teacher should follow when teaching?
I. Pragmatism
II. Perennialism
III. Existentialism
A. I only B. II only C. I and II D. I, II, and III

14. Mr. Balgos Teaches science in the Junior High School. He taught the concept that sunlight is
necessary for the plants in the process of photosynthesis. Applying the philosophy of pragmatism,
Mr. Balgos should _________ .
A. Show a PowerPoint presentation of photosynthesis
B. Ask the student to bring the plant leaves in school
C. Draw the leaves of the plant and color this green
D. Ask the student to do a simple experiment about photosynthesis

15. A philosophy that believes in prior learning or what the learners already know is ___________ .
A. Essentialism B. Behaviorism C. Constructivism D. Naturalism

16. Behaviorism is a philosophy that has been anchored on the theories that relate to __________ .
I. Trial and Error
II. Stimulus and Response
III. Brain and Thinking

A. I only B. II only C. I and II D. I, II, and III

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17. The teacher’s teaching philosophy is reflected by which of the following?

I. Choice of teaching method
II. Choice of circle of friends
III. Choice of how to use leisure time

A. I only B. II only C. I and II D. I, II, and III

18. Philosophy in education where in the teacher is the sole authority in the subject matter, and it
promotes intellectual growth of learners for competence.
A. Existentialism B. Progressivism C. Essentialism D. Constructivism

19. Philosophy in education, aims to educate the rational person, cultivate intellect and the teachers
assist learners to think with reason.
A. Perennialism B. Essentialism C. Existentialism D. Progressivism

20. Philosophy in Education that promotes democratic social living and the teachers develop lifelong
A. Perennialism B. Existentialism C. Essentialism D. Progressivism

21. Philosophy in education aims to develop intrinsically motivated learners and the teacher’s role is
teaching student to learn, how to learn.
A. Constructivism B. Behaviorism C. Linguistic Philosophy D. Reconstructionism

22. Philosophy in education that develops communication skills in different languages and teacher will
provide experiential learning to learn language.
A. Constructivism B. Beh

23. Philosophy in education that modify and shape learner’s behavior and the teacher arrange
environmental conditions to change behavior.
A. Constructivism B. Behaviorism C. Linguistic Philosophy D. Reconstructionism

24. A classroom teacher comes to school early in the morning and goes home late. Officially, the
number of hours spent in school should be ___________.
A. 6 hours B. 8 hours C. 4 hours D. 3 hours

25. As required, all teachers should eat lunch at exactly 12:00 noon because it’s their noon break.
A. This statement is true
B. This statement is false
C. This statement is doubtful
D. This statement is a rule
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26. As observed, all teachers in the whole school __________ .

A. Begin classes at the same time at 8:00 AM
B. Ends classes at the same time at 5:30 PM
C. Wear the same school uniform
D. Live in the same village

27. Which of these activities is NOT required of a teacher in school?

A. Come to class on time.
B. Attend the flag ceremony
C. Attend school activities
D. Take a nap at noontime

28. Aside from teaching and guiding the learners in the classroom, a teacher has to do other things. This
one activity should be to ________ .
A. Fed the children everyday
B. See to it that the classroom is conducive for learning
C. Provide school materials for the whole year
D. Sell snacks in the classroom

29. The most challenging components of teaching in another country is ___________ .

A. Mastery of the subject matter
B. Making instructional materials
C. Adjusting to cultural differences
D. Constructing assessment tool

30. Teaching is a universal vocation. Wherever the teacher is assigned, his or her primary concern is to
________ .
A. Earn a good salary C. be the most important person
B. Make the student learn D. do self-sacrifice

31. In the 21st century, the fastest development or change that the teacher should catch up with as a
teacher is in the __________ .
I. Use of technology
II. Knowledge of globalization
III. Practice of collaboration

A. I only B. I and II only C. II and III D. I, II, and III

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32. If you are an excellent teacher here in the Philippines, you can very well teach in any ASEAN
country” this statement ________ .
A. False B. True C. an overstatement D. Cannot be determine

33. For a Filipino teacher to succeed in teaching in the country and elsewhere in the world, he or she
should _______ .
I. Master and practice the competencies of the NCBTS
II. Be multilingual and multicultural
III. Think and act both locally and globally

A. I only B. II only C. I and II D. I, II, and III

34. After the 1987 Philippine Constitution, the first legal basis to make teaching as a profession and
consider teacher are professional was _________ .
A. RA 7836
B. PD 1006
C. RA 7640
D. Code of ethics for professional teachers

35. Who among these graduates is not qualified to take the licensure examination for teachers (LET)?
A. Bachelor of Elementary Education
B. Bachelor of Agricultural Education
C. Associate in Arts
D. Bachelor of Science in Mathematics

36. All Filipino professional teachers must have EXCEPT __________ .

A. A professional teacher’s license
B. A recognize master’s degree
C. Teaching experience
D. Published research article

37. Which of the following practices is NOT allowed in the Code of the ethics for Professional Teachers?
A. Teachers shall insure that teaching upholds the highest standards
B. Teachers shall accept tutorial fees for the slow learners in her class
C. Teachers shall live with dignity in all places at all times
D. Teachers shall establish maintain cordial relations with parents

38. What should be the best description of teaching as a profession?

A. Teaching is the noblest profession
B. Teaching is a lucrative job in this country
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C. Teaching requires less preparation

D. Teaching is a passion

39. Which statement is true about the community where the school is located?
A. It is part of the learning environment
B. It is outside and so is not part of the school
C. There are no learning resources in the community
D. It serves as a school garden

40. The barangay officials if asked as a resource person can best speak on _________ ,
I. Community governance
II. Health and well being
III. Literacy program

A. I only B. II only C. I and II D. I, II, and III

41. Natural resource like rivers, lakes, mountains and hills found in the community can be used best as
resources in teaching _________ .
A. Mathematics B. Science C. English D. Physical Education

42. It is always important for a teacher to transfer learning and practices from the school to the ______.
A. Church B. Community C. City D. Sports Complex

43. The community holds high respect of a teacher if he/she is a ________.

A. Money lender B. role model C. rumor monger D. gambler

44. Refer to what you can do, accomplish, achieve or become as a result of a learning experience
A. Outcomes-Based Education
B. Intended Learning Outcomes
D. OAR Approach

45. Which assumption underlies the teacher’s use of performance objectives?

A. Not every form of learning is observable.
B. Performance objectives assure the leerier of learning.
C. Learning is defined as a change in the learner's observable performance.
D. The success of learner is based on teacher performance
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46. Which Filipino traits works against the shift in teacher’s role from teacher as a fountain of
information to teacher as facilitator
A. Authoritativeness B. Authoritarianism C. Hiya D. Pakikisama

47. If a teacher plans a constructivist lesson, what will him/her most likely to do? Plan how he can
A. Do evaluate his student’s works
B. Do reciprocal teaching
C. Lecture to his students
D. Engage his students in convergent thinking

48. 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 his governing philosophy?
A. Idealism B. Existentialism C. Experimentalism D. Realism

49. To come closer to the truth we need to go back to the things themselves. This is the advice of the
A. Behaviorist B. Phenomenologist C. Idealist D. Pragmatist

50. Who among the following puts more emphasis on core requirements, longer school days, longer
academic year and more challenging textbooks?
A. Perennialist B. Essentialist C. Progressivist D. Existentialist

51. Which guideline must be observed in the use of prompting to shape the correct performance of
your students?
A. Use the least intrusive prompt first
B. Use all the prompts available
C. Use the most intrusive prompt first
D. Refrain from using prompts

52. Value clarification as a strategy in Values Education classes anchored on which philosophy?
A. Existentialism B. Christian Philosophy C. Idealism D. Hedonism

53. Availment of the Philippines Education Placement Test (PEPT) for adults and out-of-school youths is
in support of the government’s educational program towards ___________ .
A. Equitable access B. Equality C. Equality and relevance D. Relevance

54. A teacher who equates authority with power does not __________ .
A. Shame B. Develop Respect C. retaliate D. Intimidate

55. Which schools are subject to supervision, regulation, and control by the state.
A. Public schools
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B. Sectarian and Non Sectarian Schools

C. Private Schools
D. Public, Private, Sectarian and Non Sectarian Schools

56. The free public elementary and secondary education in the country are in line with the government
effort to address educational problems of _______ .
A. Productivity
B. Relevance and quality
C. Access and quality
D. Effectiveness and Efficiency

57. “Specialization is knowing more and more about less and less. Then it is better to be a generalist”
claims Teacher F. on which philosophy does teacher F learn?
A. Essentialism B. Progressivism C. Perennialism D. Existentialism

58. What would be the belief of a perennialist about education?

A. Preparation for life B. Life itself C. Development D. changeable

59. Mrs. Flores believes that education should expose individuals to great ideas and enduring truths.
What educational philosophy does she advocate?
A. Existentialism B. Essentialism C. Progressivism D. Perennialism

60. Field study course about on becoming the 21st century teacher.
A. Field Study 1 B. Field Study 3 C. Field Study 5 D. Field Study 6

Prepared by:

Michael Adam A. Evangelista

BSED – Social Studies