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EASY

Easy 1 of 10

Which of the following govern the newborn’s


movements, which are automatic and beyond the
newborn’s control?
a. fine motor skills
b. gross motor skills
c. reflexes
d. dependent movements
 C
Easy 2 of 10

What term is used to refer to those times during the day


when children move from one activity to the next?
a. routines
b. schedule
c. transitions
d. time table
 C
Easy 3 of 10

Understanding, comprehension and logical perspective


are developed ________.
a. spiritually
b. social ly
c. intellectually
d. physically
 C
Easy 4 of 10

Tests that require only one


correct answer. It is difficult
to construct but easy to
check.
a. Objectives Tests
b. Rubrics
c. Subjective Tests
 A
Easy 5 of 10

Who stated that curriculum evaluation is a


process done in order to gather data that
enables one to decide whether to accept,
change, and eliminate the whole curriculum
of a textbook?
a. Ornstein and Hunkins
b. McNeil
c. Gay
d. Oliva
 A
Easy 6 of 10

This is a type of test where two options


or choices are provided.
a. Simple Recall Tests
b. Multiple Choice Tests
c. Alternative Response Tests
d. Matching Type Tests
 C
Easy 7 of 10

Which of the following republic acts contain the special


protection of children against child abuse, exploitation and
discrimination act?

a. RA 7610
b. RA 7836
c. RA 9293
d. 10533
 A
Easy 8 of 10

Introduced an array of sensory materials for differently-


abled children.
a. Jean Piaget
b. Maria Montessori
c. Howard Gardner
d. Jean Jacques Rousseau
 B
Easy 9 of 10

Development follows an orderly, step by step process, it


is said to be _____.
a. evolving
b. complicated
c. unique
d. sequential
 D
Easy 10 of 10

A compilation of the experiences as


authentic learning outcomes presented
with evidence and reflections.
a. Checklists
b. Rubrics
c. Rating Scale
d. Portfolio
 D
AVERAGE
Average 1 of 10

The Mainstreaming Law states that every child is entitled


to an education in _____.
a. an individualized curriculum
b. an extensive active experiences
c. a least restrictive environment
d. an effective learning environment
 C
Average 2 of 10

All of the following are considered importance of Child


Development EXCEPT:
a. Provides practical guidance for parents, teachers
and child-care providers
b. Enable society to support healthy growth
c. Gives full control in an individual
d. Contributes to self-understanding
 C
Average 3 of 10

Which of the following should be the first thing to


consider when rearranging the classroom
environment?
a. Distinguish between the child’s and the adult’s
environments
b. Space must be easy to supervise.
c. Materials must be accessible and easy to use.
d. How the environment communicates messages
about appropriate behaviors.
 D
Average 4 of 10

For quality professional development, teachers must consider


the NCBTS, which are the established standards for good
teaching in the Philippines. What is meant by the acronym
NCBTS?

A. National Competency-Based Teacher Standards


B. National Competency-Based Teaching Standards
C. National Competency Basic Teacher Standards
D. National Competency Basic Teaching Standards
 A
Average 5 of 10

In this center, children can actively explore materials


that help develop scientific and conceptual
understandings, such as shape, size, number and
volume.
a. Library and Literacy Center
b. Discovery and Science Center
c. Manipulation and Math Center
d. Block Center
 C
Average 6 of 10

All are reasons for curriculum evaluation


except:
a. to identify the strengths and
weaknesses of an existing curriculum
that will be the basis of the intended
plan, design or implementation
b. to monitor and supervise the
progress of teachers and students by
suggesting appropriate methods and
 B

Average 7 of 10

Assesses needs and problems in


the context for decision makers to
determine the goals and objectives
of the program / curriculum.
a. Context Evaluation
b. Process Evaluation
c. Input Evaluation
d. Product Evaluation
 A
Average 8 of 10

All of the following are strands of learning environment


EXCEPT –

A. Learner safety and security


B. Promotion of previous learning
C. Positive use of ICT
D. Management of learner behavior
 C
Average 9 of 10

When children investigate what the objects can do and


inspect its properties, children are in the process of
_____.
a. exploration
b. representational use
c. imaginative use
d. nonrepresentational use
 D
Average 10 of 10

According to the supporters of Superhero play, children


can safely play at being in control of their life and gain
mastery over their feelings. This is an issue on _____.
a. Sex Role Stereotyping
b. Power and Control
c. Reality vs. Fantasy
d. Violence and Aggression
 C
DIFFICULT
Difficult 1 of 5

A four-year old manifesting fear of being left with the


teacher and classmates may be helped by all except
a. arranging for the child to observe others who show
fear in the feared situation
b. insisting that he/she is already old enough to meet
the challenge of school
c. promoting familiarity with the teachers and
classmates
d. allowing time for the child to feel at ease with the
teachers and classmates.
 B
Difficult 2 of 5

The class of Ms. Mayuga is always unruly and chaotic.


What must be the reason for this problem?
a. she does not follow the rules and policies of the
school
b. she has not established her classroom routines and
procedures
c. she has not established rapport with her students

d. she has personality problems


 B
Difficult 3 of 5

A teacher left the class on time to attend to her next


subject. A pupil ran and accidentally broke her arm?
You are the next teacher in that class, what must you
do?
a. Attend immediately to the pupil.
b. Report the matter to the principal.
c. Call the parents of the pupils
d. All of the above.
 B
Difficult 4 of 5

These are large buildings, developed in the 1970’s,


planned around pods or divisions that housed various
grade levels or “families”
a. Egg Box Concept
b. Collapsible Walls
c. Open-Spaced Classrooms
d. Home School Buildings
 A
Difficult 5 of 5

The relevance and responsiveness of learning programs is


best depicted in what domain of PPST?
A. Diversity of Learners
B.Community of Linkages and Professional Engagement
C. Curriculum and Planning
D. Content Knowledge and Pedagogy.
 C
CLINCHER
CLINCHER 1

The desire and tendency of people to want to be with


other people, particularly people of their own kind.
a. philosophy
b. gregariousness
c. attachment
d. sympathy
 B
CLINCHER 2

Teacher’s role when he/she includes concrete objects,


though-provoking questions and active participation in
the music activity.
a. motivator
b. planner
c. co-participant
d. observer
 A
CLINCHER 3

Which of the following does not help teachers realize


play’s potential for multicultural education?
a. Accept children’s cultural differences.
b. Help children explore their cultural backgrounds
through appropriate play centers and materials.
c. Be particularly sensitive to gender and racial issues
as children enact familiar roles.
d. Allow children to enact roles and work through
frightening experiences.
 D
CLINCHER 4

The incomplete statement or


direct question is called the
_____.
a. Alternatives
b. Stem
c. Decoys
d. Stimulus Material
 B
CLINCHER 5

Occurs when children adopt the actions, feelings,


thoughts and behaviors of people in particular situations.
a. play
b. enactment
c. musicality
d. creative arts
 B