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PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION 2

1. The directress of the school demanded


that teachers should encourage their
students to go beyond simple recall and
comprehension; instead she said that
students should think about thinking. If
the teachers will follow the directress
instruction, the students will develop their
skills.
A. Drill skills
B. Metacognitive skills
C. Hypothesis skills
D.
Cognitive skills
2. To show disapproval to the misbehaviour
of the student, teacher clears his throat
and looks intently at the erring student.
This classroom management style is
commonly known as:
A. Direct appeal
C. Dropping of name
B. B. Signal interference
D. Proximity control
3. The teacher feels that he is somebody
who lives in an ivory tower. This I thou
relationship between student and teacher
is shown by:
A. Prejudice towards the poor
C. Teacher is pretending he
knows everything
B. Exercising favouritism
D. Respect towards each other
4. It refers to the science of developing a
plan to attain goal and to guard against
undesirable results:
A. Teaching device
C. Method of teaching
B. Strategy of teaching
D. Technique of teaching
5. Teacher Lexy would like to compare &
contrast plant cell vs animal cell. She
would most likely use:
A. KWL chart
C. Venn diagram
B. Tree diagram
D. Fishbone diagram
6. Under the learning to do, which of the
following instrument must be acquired so
that a person can perform his work
effectively?
A. Compromise
B. Insight
C. Competence
D.
Communication
7. What do you think would be the action of
a teacher who found out and has proven
that his principal is involved in the
malversation of funds of their school?
A. Ignore
what
the
teacher
has
discovered about his action of the
principal

B. Circulate these issues and let it


become a gossip
C. Present the charge to a competent
authority
D. Malign her through an anonymous
letter
8. Teacher Maria is a new teacher. She
realizes that handling her students
misbehaviour is a very demanding aspect
of class management. In this regard, she
thought of giving up teaching. What
advice can you give her?
A. Report every students misbehaviour
to the principal
B. Agree with the class on what rules to
follow
C. Set the ground rules for the whole
class
D. None of the above
9. Teacher is an advocate of banking
concept in education, he or she viewed
student as:
A. Dormant account to be activated by
the teacher
B. Wobble account to be balanced by the
teacher
C. Clear account to be filled up by the
teacher
D. All of the above
10. During the distribution of the report card,
which of the following must be the
foremost concern of a teacher?
A. Discuss the complaints of the teachers
& classmates of the students
B. Discuss the progress as well as the
deficiencies of the student
C. Discuss the unsettled bill of the
students
D. Discuss the project of the school
11. Which of the following will best describe
the purpose of holistic education?
A. To prepare the students to meet the
challenges of schooling and society
B. To prepare the student to meet the
challenges of living and schooling
C. To prepare the students to meet the
challenges of living and society
D. All of the above
12. After finishing the degree in Education,
Teacher Liza learns that learning never
stops. In fact, she accumulates more
knowledge after leaving the portal of her
Alma Mater. This typifies what kind of
philosophy?
A. Existentialism
B.
Perennialism
C. Essentialism
D.
Progressivism
13. During the class reunion of Teacher Jinky,
she learned that most of her classmates
are successful in their fields. Also, she

found out that most of them are wealthy


because they have chosen a lucrative
profession. Confronted with this situation,
how should Teacher Jinky react?
A. Leave the event so as to avoid being
asked on her profession
B. Answer not the question concerning
the profession
C. Tell with pride that she is a teacher by
profession
D. Hide to those asked her real profession
14. Ms. Valerio is always reminded by the
principal that she has a foremost
responsibility as a teacher. Given the
following, which do you think is the main
responsibility of Ms. Valerio?
A. Asks challenging questions
C. Guides student in learning
process
B. Shares responsibility in counselling
D. Inspires students through
interesting lessons
15. What refers to the document published by
the school district that identifies rules of
behaviour that must be followed by
anyone
using
the
school
districts
computers,
network
or
internet
connection?
A. Acceptable use policy
C. Ethical use policy
B. Fair use
D. Classroom rules
16. Teacher Jane is assigned to handle a
multi-grade class. What instructional
material must be used to provide the
needs of each grade?
A. Differentiated materials
C. Materials of high level
thinking skills
B. Colourful, useful and durable materials
D.
Multisensory
materials
17. Technology is not a panacea. What does
the statement mean?
A. Technology will always be a remedy in
the learning process of the students
B. Technology is not an important factor
in the teaching and learning process
C. Technology is the answer to all the
problems of the teacher
D. Technology is not a cure-all tool for the
teacher
18. Teacher Donna wants her students to
express their opinions regarding a certain
government issue. Which of the following
can she use to do this?
A. Email
C. Forum
B. Blog
D. Group messaging system

19. In the Basic Education Curriculum in 2002,


MAKABAYAN was envisioned to be?
A. The History of life
C. The tool for the 21st century
B. The combined subject
D. The laboratory of life
20. Dr. Conchita, the provincial hospital
director, plans to attend the school board
meeting where a new high school science
curriculum will be discussed. Which level
of curriculum is shown in this situation?
A. Societal
B.
Experiential
C. Instructional
D.
Institutional
21. When instruction in the curriculum focuses
on the mastery of the content and the
evaluation that follows measures only the
knowledge
learned,
such
curriculum
design is:
A. Culture centered design
C. Learner - centered design
B. Subject - centered design
D. Problem - centered design
22. Which important elements must be
considered in Curriculum Development
according to Ralph Tyler?
I.
Learners
III.
Environment
II.
Society
IV.
Subject matter
A. I, II and IV
B. I, III and IV
C. II, III and IV
D.
I, II and III
23. When certain topics are presented in the
elementary in a manner appropriate to
grade schoolers and the same is tackled in
the high school, but on such a deeper
level, this is referred to as
A. Discipline-based curriculum
C. Classified curriculum
B. Core curriculum
D. Spiral curriculum
24. The criterion of success of teacher in his
lesson is that the students must be able
to get 85 % of the test items correctly.
Mario and 29 other students in the class
answered only 33 out of 40 items
correctly. This means that teacher:
A. Attained his lesson objective
B. Did not attain his lesson objective
because his students lack of attention
C. Did not attain his lesson objective as
far as the 30 students are concerned
D. Attained his lesson objective because
of his effective problem solving drills
25. Teacher Missy gave a test at the end of a
lesson to find out if the objectives of her

lesson have been attained. This can be


classified as:
A. Criterion referenced
C. Diagnostic assessment
B. Norm-referenced
D. Placement assessment

31. This view of education promotes that


education started from primitive people
particularly those of the tribe:
A. Creationist
B.
Evolutionist
C. Progressivist
D. Culturalist

26. A teacher constructed a matching type


test item. In her column of descriptions
are combinations of presidents, current
issues and sports. Which rule of
constructing a matching type test item
was NOT followed?
A. Arrange the options according to order
B. Description must be homogeneous
C. Options must be greater than the
descriptions
D. Description must be heterogeneous

32. This is a phenomenon in Psychology


wherein students perform better than
other students simply because they were
expected to do so:
A. With-it-ness effect
C. John Henry effect
B. Hawthorne effect
D. Rosenthal effect

27. Sams raw score in Mathematics class is


94 which equal to 97th percentile. What
does this mean?
A. 97 % of Sams classmates got a score
higher than 94
B. 97 % of Sams classmates got a score
lower than 94
C. Sams score is less than 97 % of his
classmates
D. Sams score is higher than 3% of his
classmates
28. A
portfolio
assessment
requires
a
presentation of a collection of students
work. What is the purpose of the said
activity?
I.
To showcase the current
abilities and skills of the
learners
II.
To
show
growth
and
development of the learners
III.

To evaluate the cumulative


achievement of the learners
A. I, II and III
B. I and II
C. II and III
D.
I and III
29. Teacher Riza found out that more from the
lower group got item #16 correctly in his
item analysis. This means that the test
item has:
A. Low validity
C.
Negative
discriminating
power
B. High reliability
D. Positive discriminating power
30. The analysis of variance utilizing the F-test
is the appropriate significance test to run
between:
A. Median
C. Two means only
B. Frequencies
D. Three or more means

33. Who among the following advocated that


we face a specific psychosocial dilemma at
each stage of life?
A. Sigmund Freud
C.
Lawrence
Kohlberg
B. James Coleman
D. Erik Erikson
34. How can parents foster initiative and
independence in children?
A. Restricting a childs freedom
to play, to use imagination
and to choose activities
B. Encouragement from parents
when a child plans and carries
out a task
C. Helping children develop their
identity
D. Mastering psychomotor skills
35. When a child manifest selective mutism,
self-destructive behaviour and echolalia,
the child might be showing the symptoms
of:
A. Anorexia nervosa
B.
Dyslexia
C.
Autism
D. ADHD
36. Zyra is encouraged by her parents to ask
questions, and allow her to choose
activities she will find enjoyable and
worthwhile. If this will continue, Erikson
believes that Zyra will achieve:
A. Identity
B.
Initiative
C. Industry
D. Generativity
37. What is the best thing to do when
somebody you know is dying?
A. Keep your visits short and infrequent
in order to avoid tiring that person
B. Avoid disturbing that person by not
mentioning death
C. Allow that person to talk about death
with you
D. Tell that person about the stages of
dying

38. Students were required to stay and live


with a family of Aetas in Zambales for a
week. They will do this to study the
lifestyle of the ethnic group and come up
with a report about the particular group.
The teacher will most probably rely on
what technique?
A. Practicum technique
C. Apprenticeship technique
B. Laboratory technique
D. Field study technique
39. Teacher Don invited several experts to
shed light on the topic of environmental
protection. Teacher Don
is using the
technique known as:
A. Interview
C. Panel discussion
B. Symposium
D.
Socialized
classroom
discussion
40. To improve comprehension and retention
among the students, the teachers best
option would be to use:
A. Contextual clues
C. Autodidactic activities
B. SQ3R
D. Six thinking hats

41. Edward de Bono is famous for this


instructional innovation:
A. Understanding by designs
C. Seven habits of highly
effective people
B. Graphic organizer
D. Six thinking hats
42. Which is the highest level of reading
comprehension?
A. Critical evaluation
C. Literal comprehension
B. Integration
D. Critical comprehension
43. After listening to the homily of the priest
about fidelity, Dina has a moment of
reflection. Her understanding of the value
of fidelity has become deeper as she
related this to her past experience. This
typifies which of the following?
A. Humanism
B. Constructivism
C. Existentialism
D. Behaviorism
44. Which of the following would best describe
the role of schools?
A. To educate the citizens
C. To educate the citizens to
change the society
B. To fit the citizens into the society
D. All of the above

45. How will you classify the purpose of the


school as it concerns with the training and
preparation of citizens for the world of
work?
A. Social purposes
C. Cognitive purposes
B. Political purposes
D. Economic purposes
46. What practice(s) will demonstrate the
teachers genuine concern on the learning
of students?
A. Guides students to meet their learning
goals
B. Confer progress of students to their
parents
C. Validates it learning goals were met
D. All of the above
47. With the use of computer aided software,
which can be used to organize information
about trees and planets?
A. Database
B. Desktop publishing
C. Word processing
D.
Spreadsheet
48. Ms Rosie has been in the service longer
than anyone else in her department.
However, she is also the first person to
resist in
media
utilization
in
the
classroom. What is the main reason of her
resistance?
A. Limited skills to use the new
equipment
C.
Lack
of
interest in computers
B. Limited access to computers
D. Lack of administrative
support
49. As a teacher employing the project-based
multimedia learning strategy, what are
some limitations teachers expect from the
encounter?
I.
There
is
a
need
for
extending the time to use
several media
II.
The presentation of the
product is not easy task
III.

The technology skills to


produce a product may be
lacking
A. I, II and III
B. III only
C. I and II only
D.
I only

50. Ms. Montez dreams to organize a seminar


with a known poet from another country
but she cannot afford to spend for the
transportation of the said poet. Which of
the following can she use so she wont
need to spend much?

A. Podcasting
B. Instant messaging
C. Video conferencing
D. Blogging
51. Teacher Yolly wants her students to learn
more English. Especially she wants her
students to improve her listening skills.
She has a cd player, tape recorded and an
internet connection. Which of the following
is best for her students?
A. Internet websites such as Go4English
language listening lab
B. Tapes with English listening drills
C. CDs with English listening drills
D. All of the above
52. Curriculum is defined as the total learning
experiences of the children in school.
Which part of the curriculum will assure
these experiences?
A. Curriculum assessment
C. Curriculum implementation
B. Curriculum plan
D. Curriculum evaluation
53. Every curriculum has this dimension. This
both unplanned and implicit but its
instructional effects are often evident
curriculum in the students behaviour,
values and dispositions. This dimension is
referred to as:
A. Hidden curriculum
C. Taught curriculum
B. Written curriculum
D. Supported curriculum

A. Essay
C. Multiple-choice answer
B. Completion type
D. Matching type
58. What is the meaning of TOS in the
parlance of test construction?
A. Table of specifications
C. Table of specific test
B. Table of specifies
D. Table of subject
59. To increase the difficulty of a multiplechoice test item, which of the following
should be done?
A. Make it grammatically correct
C. Make the options equal in
length
B. Make the stem short and clear
D.
Make
the
options
homogeneous
60. Which statement is NOT true about
recitation?
A. It is a form of discussion
C. Possible questions given
B. It is announced
D. Call a student before giving
question
61. When choosing an instructional aid or
device, the primary consideration of the
teacher would be:
A. Efficiency
B. Cost
C. Suitability
D.
Availability

54. The understanding by design curriculum


approach, the first consideration is about
A. Desired results
C. Teaching strategies
B. Testing knowledge
D. Learning experiences

62. Teacher Lizzie would most likely end her


goal-oriented lesson by:
A. Evaluation
C. Formulation of objectives
B. Identification of topics
D. Planning of activities

55. Who are considered community-based


stakeholders in curriculum development?
A. School boards
C. Professional organizations
B. Industry groups
D. Civic groups

63. A crisis of urgency and the attainment of


stability
according
to
Gould
are
characteristic of:
A. Early adulthood
C. Late adulthood
B. Late adolescence
D. Middle adulthood

56. Teacher Arvy wants to establish the


reliability of his test in Science. Which of
the following will he accomplish?
I.
Administer a parallel test
II.
Split the test
III.
Construct a variety of items
IV.

Administer the same test


twice
A. I, II and III
B. I, II, and IV
C. I and II
D.
I and IV
57. Teacher Mara wants to test her students
ability to formulate ideas. Which type of
test should she formulate?

64. When a persons moral choices are


determined by the direct consequences of
actions, he is most like in the stage of:
A. Pre-operational
B.
Preconventional
C. Conventional
D. Post conventional
65. Which of the following is the common life
stage among Ana, Alma and Amy?
A. Infancy
B. Old age
C. Late adolescence
D.
Later adulthood

66. Gino, a four year old boy has a problem of


occasional bedwetting. We can advise his
parents to:
A. Punish him for wet nights
B. Consider medication or psychotherapy
C. Wake him up during the night to use
the toilet
D. Limit the amount of water he drinks in
the evening
67. Which
statement best
describes a
negatively skewed score distribution?
A. The value of median is higher than the
value of mode
B. The value of mode corresponds to a
low score
C. Most examinees got low scores
D. Most examinees got high scores
68. Life stages are important according to
Erikson because:
A. Their failure to appear is evidence of
psycopathology
B. Each signal a new stage of cognitive
development
C. Each is an expression of biological
programming
D. Each involves a crisis or dilemma

69. What are the characteristics of a good


assessment instrument?
I.
Objectivity
III.
Practicality
and Efficiency
II.
A. I, II, and IV

Validity
IV. Reliability
B. I, II and III
C. I, II, III and IV
D.

II and IV
70. Which of the following choices is
considered as social force that affects the
school and the curriculum?
A. Nature of knowledge
C. Learners characteristics
B. Learners styles
D. Changes in gender roles
71. Ms. Hernandez will be absent for 2 days
because of national conference. She wants
her students to work on a certain module.
What is the fastest way of sending the
module to her students while she is away?
A. Message each of the students on a
social networking site
B. Send the module through group
instant messaging
C. Share it to all her students in her live
account
D. Email the module to her students

72. Which of the computer-based instructional


tool can help you revise written work such
as short stories and essays?
A. Spreadsheet
C. Desktop publishing
B. Word processing
D. Database
73. Teacher Krissy is a neophyte teacher. One
time a mother of one of her students
confronted her and maligned her in front
of her colleagues. How should Teacher
Krissy react on this kind of situation?
A. Wait until the emotion of the mother
subsides and invite her to discuss the
concern with the principal
B. Allow the mother to keep on maligning
Teacher Rea until her turn to do the
same in front of the students
C. Answer back the mother and malign
her too
D. Walk away, ignore the mother and
report to the principal
74. Which of the following is the political
purpose of the school
A. To teach the basic cognitive skills
B. To prepare every citizen for the world
of work
C. To foster patriotism and loyalty to the
country
D. To familiarize every citizen of their
various function in the society
75. Which of the following is a mark of a good
teacher?
A. Has the capability to implement
corporal punishment
B. Has the habit of preparing for visual
aids
C. Has the mastery of lesson
D. Has the control of the class

76. The students of Teacher Lorelie feel that


their teacher has an eyes at the back of
her head. This characteristic of the
teacher is known as:
A. With-it-ness
C. Ripple effect
B. Referent power
D. Domino effect
77. Teacher should allow his or her student to
create the rules inside the classroom to
develop a sense of:
A. Ownership
B. Discipline
C. Self-control
D.
Leadership
78. To show the social relations that exist
among the fourth year students of Mataas
Elementary School, the teacher can use:

A. Sociogram
B. Counselling
C. Group dynamics
D.
Johari Window
79. Yourick, a three year old boy lacks the
ability to control his bowel. He could be
suffering from?
A. Analism
B. Encopresis
C. Anorexia nervosa
D.
Enuresis
80. The teacher started his lesson about
addition of similar fraction by giving a
general rule on how to add similar fraction
then eventually gives examples. His
teaching technique is known as:
A. Outlining
B. Inductive
C. Deductive
D.
Transductive
81. What is one advantage of using the
project method in science teaching?
A. It requires students to present in
concrete form how a principle works
B. It requires assistance of experts on the
subject
C. It develops high-level thinking and
learning
D. It tests the students manipulative skill
82. A teacher earns the title of professional
if she/he is adjudged knowledgeable,
proficient in a variety of teaching
methodologies and exhibits a high degree
of a third component of competence which
is/are:
A. Mastery of content
C. A high degree of dexterity
B. Fairness and Objectivity
D. Ethical and Moral standards
83. When a teacher practices professional
ethics, which of the following he is NOT
likely to do?
A. Engages in gossips
B. Respects his superiors
C. Maintains cordial relationship with his
colleagues
D. Shares an outstanding outcome of
undertaking with others
84. How can a teacher enhance his/her
questioning techniques for an effective
teacher-students interaction?
A. Extend wait time until the students
responds
B. You may answer your own question if
no one can
C. Allow sufficient think time at least
seven to ten seconds
D. Immediately call another student in
case one cannot answer
85. Which type of student
commonly neglect?

do

teachers

A. Slow learner
C. Frequent absentee
B. Average
D. Genius
86. Instructional objectives in the affective
domain includes receiving, responding,
valuing and the highest level is:
A. Acceptance or preference
C. Characterization of value
system
B. Sequence or feeling of satisfaction
D.
Selective
attention
or
willingness to receive
87. Journal written by students at the
completion of a days lesson will reveal
which information that can serve as a
guide in planning the next lesson?
I.
Part of lesson
well understood
or not
II.
Topics
most
interesting
III.
Difficulties
experienced
IV.

A. I, II and III

Emotional
state
throughout
B. I and III only
C. II and IV only
D.

II only
88. Which questioning technique would be
appropriate for inductive lessons?
A. A teacher will not ask any questions
B. Questioning only the more motivated
students
C. Using questions requiring only memory
response
D. Activity involving students in the
questioning process
89. The following are characteristics of good
teaching/learning practice EXCEPT
A. Life-like
situations
introduced
as
learning experiences in classroom
B. Students are given more opportunities
to act or experience learning
C. Evaluation is made an integral part of
teaching procedures
D. People have different Intelligence
Quotient (I.Q) level
90. Which is the LEAST valuable way for a
teacher to present a new lesson?
A. Provide
an
explanation
on
the
importance of the subject
B. Explore some of existing interest by
the learner
C. Hand out a step-by-step outline of the
lesson
D. Develop an overview of the subject
91. To accomplish many good activities in a
particular class period, the teacher must

A. Use an expensive material


C. Provide unique teaching aids
B. Institute a systematic plan
D. Additional curricular activity
92. One way to encourage a student who
lacks interest in reading, to love reading is
to
A. Isolate him
C. Ask the parents to buy books
B. Provide reading materials
D. Reprimand him
93. Which of the following situations would
indicate that you, as a teacher, had been
effective in instilling discipline among your
students?
A. Students behave because an award
awaits them
B. Students have developed concern for
each other
C. Your presence results in their being
behave
D. Fear and fright resulting in good
behavior

A. Intelligence

B. Potentials
C. Emotions
D. Interest

99. Identical twins are more alike than


fraternal twins. Which of the following
statements/principles therefore is very
good?
A. Intelligence
hinges
in
physical
structure
B. Intelligence is determined partly by
pre-natal nutrition
C. Environment affects both fraternal and
identical twins
D. Heredity has a part in determining
physical appearance
100. Which of the following is the best time
for a teacher to set up routine activities
that will contribute to effective classroom
management?
A. As soon as the students have
established & adjusted their schedules
B. Daily at the start of the sessions
C. On the very first day of school
D. During each homeroom day

94. It is measurement of personality w/c is


the result by dividing mental age by the
chronological age.
A. Forecasted behaviour quotient
C. Emotional Quotient
B. Intelligence Quotient
D. Multiple Intelligence

101. What kind of strategy does teacher


employ when she recasts what is said in
order to be understood by a student?
A. Learning strategy
C. Decoding strategy
B. Questioning strategy
D. Communication strategy

95. In problem solving, which of these


strategies best reflects the principle, how
students learn maybe more important
than what they learn?
A. Determining
the
givens
and
constraints in the problem
B. Solving the problem within the given
time limit
C. Knowing steps to take to solve the
problem
D. Arriving at the right answers

102. How can a teacher avoid breakdown


and
interruptions
in
daily
class
procedures?
A. Establish routine for daily tasks
B. Punish the misbehaving student
C. Assign a leader to assist everyone
D. Allow student to make their own
regulation
103. Which guidelines should be followed to
ensure the effective use of the discovery
approach?
A. Do not accept trial and error attempts
B. Assign them the plan attacking their
own problem
C. Make sure all instructional materials
are available
D. Let students find answer to problems
by themselves

96. What is the learner said to possess when


he can use language with ease and effect
in any given situation?
A. High cognitive skills
C. Communicative competence
B. Bilingual ability
D. A photograph memory
97. Which of these techniques is best suited to
developing skill in asking and answering
questions?
A. Riddles
B. Interviews
C. Song analysis
D.
Pictorial review
98. Which of the following will trigger
additional development of a child exposed
to more challenges and stimuli in his
surroundings?

104. Studies in the area of neuroscience


disclosed that the human brain has
limitless capacity. What does this imply?
A. Every child is a potential genius
B. Some pupils are admitted not capable
of learning
C. Pupils can possibly reach a point where
they have learned everything
D. Every pupils has his own native ability,
his learning is limited to this ability

105. On which policy is R.A. 4670 known as


the Magna Carta for Public School
Teachers focused?
A. To promote and improve the social and
economic status
B. Recruitment shall take place after
training
C. Code of ethics for professional
teachers
D. Right to establish or join organizations
106. Happiness is different from pleasure in
being an abiding consequence of result
which is not destroyed even by the
presence of pain. The best illustration of
this principle is:
A. A mother giving birth
C. An engaged couple getting
married
B. A student topping the board exam
D. A jackpot winner collecting
his prize
107. Two of your students dropped out from
school without notifying the adviser and
each went to the province. The supply
officer wants you to pay the unreturned
books. What should you do?
A. Let your students contribute money to
pay for the books
B. Pay for the books so that you will be
cleared
C. Talk to the principal regarding this
matter
D. Refer this matter to the PTA president
108. A co-teacher had been gossiping with
other
teachers
about
your
husbands/wifes illicit affair with another
teacher. What will you do?
A. Talk to your husband/wife
C. Confront him/her to stop
spreading word
B. Gossip about that co-teacher
D. Ignore him/her
109. The government prescribes a higher
percentage on the administration of
educational institutions to the Filipino
citizens in order to:
A. Ensure the teaching of Filipino
C. Minimize the unemployment
problem
B. Protect the rights of the citizens
D. Produce globally competitive
graduates
110. What are the sources of ones
educational philosophy?
I.
People
and
kinds
of
relationship
II.
School and teachers in them
III.

Socio cultural environment

A. I, II and III

b. I and II only
c. II and III only
d. I

and III only


111. Which of the following abilities is
stressed by humanistic education?
A. Enjoy the great works of man such as
the classics
B. Learn the different philosophy know
thyself
C. Make man distinctly civilized, educated
and refined
D. Develop man into a thinking individual
112. Parents negatively react on play in
childrens curriculum. A teacher who
knows the importance of play would tell
the parents that:
A. Playing is a good form of exercise
B. Playing
is
a
stage
of
childs
development
C. Playing makes learning a pleasurable
experience
D. Playing is important in the childs
cognitive development
113. Which of the following situations will
manage conflict that will bring out values
of nationhood?
A. Ambush interviews of politicians
B. Distributing lands to land less tenants
C. Filipino models posing nude to
advertisers
D. Celebrating
the
centennial
of
independence
114. How can a teacher develop the value
of timeliness such as punctuality and
maximal utilization of time?
A. Avoid disruptions due to improper
behaviour
B. Rush if you are getting late for the
right time
C. Consistently
follow
schedule
for
classroom routine
D. Have a big clock installed in the
classroom for everyone guidance
115. The use of TV and film brings to the
classroom live broadcast of world events
as they happen. What are the other
advantages of using it? The students are
provided:
I.
Exciting sights and sounds
II.
Close up view of big events
III.
Most believable new source
A. I, II and III
B. I and III only
C. I and II only
D.
II and III only
116. While serving during the elections,
some trouble makers enter your precinct.
What do you think is the most appropriate
thing to do?

A. Challenge them to a duel


C. Ignore them and look
for a safe place
B. Close the precinct and go home
D. Seek the assistance
of law enforcers
117. If the teacher encounters a student
who is reluctant to attend classes, the
teacher should ____to encourage him to
go to class regularly.
A. Scold him
C. Report the matter to
the principal
B. Praise the student sincerely
D. Discuss the matter
with the parents

118. What might be done to create a


favourable
teaching
and
learning
atmosphere in class?
A. Allow student to do as they please
B. Insists on quiet and focused attention
at all times
C. Discourage questions and dissenting
opinions from students
D. Encourage participation in challenging
but achievable activities
119. The most important contribution of the
Gestalt psychology to the theories of
learning:
A. Cognitive insight
C. Concept of readiness
in learning
B. Importance of reinforcement
D. Use of the multimedia
approaches
120. Young children have a short attention
and interest span. What kinds of tasks
should the teacher give them?
A. Long but easy and interesting activities
C. Short, varied and
interesting activities
B. Easy and difficult activities
D.
Challenging
and
interesting activities
121. Which of the following tells you what
happen based on ones schema and
observation?
A. Predicting
B.
Observing
C. Experimenting
D. Describing
122. Education is a life-long process. This
simply means that education:
A. May take place anywhere & anytime
the individual so desires

B. May take place formally or informally


to enable the individual to grow
C. Is
a
continuous
process
of
experiencing
an
re-organizing
experiences
D. Takes place in the school where
individual is exposed to specific, selfcontained experiences
123. Which of the following will you
recommend to a senior high school
scholar who is impregnated by a fellow
student?
A. Direct her to an abortion clinic
C. Tell the parents about
the condition
B. Force her boyfriend to marry her
D. Stop schooling till
after she gave birth
124. The best way for a teacher to impart
values to his pupils is:
A. Constant repetition of actions to make
them routinary
B. Inflicting corporal punishment
C. Acting as a role model
D. Always scolding this pupil
125. Which of the following is an important
duty of a teacher?
A. Soliciting contributions
C. Safekeeping of the
school properties
B. Evaluating the students progress
D. Building relationships
with the students
126. A teacher who subscribes to the
pragmatic
philosophy
of
education
believes that experience should follow
learning. In her teaching, she therefore
exert efforts in:
A. Requiring learners to fully mastery of
the lesson
B. Aiding the learning to memorize
factual knowledge
C. Equipping learning with the basic
abilities and skills
D. Providing learners opportunities to
apply theories and principles
127. A parent talks with you about his sons
low grades. He showed you his quizzes,
unit test and projects. You discovered that
his name is Mel and you wrongfully put his
name on the girls list. What will you do?
A. Recognize your mistake and promise
to correct the same in the second
grading
B. Insists that you are right in grading
him
C. Refer the matter to the principal
D. Ignore the complain

128. Basic education includes secondary


education. Which of the following led to
the establishment of the secondary
school?
A. Formation
B.
Idealism
C. Humanistic
D. Realistic
129. A police officer informs you that there
has been a case of stealing within the
vicinity of the school. He asks you for the
names of some clients you believe might
have been involved. Which of the following
will you do?
A. Provide him the names of likely
suspects
B. Ask him to seek permission from the
principal
C. Remind
the
police
officer
of
confidentiality of information
D. Promise him that you will ask
information about this crime
130. Respect for honest differences
opinions in one objective of:
A. Self actualization
C. Economic self sufficiency
B. Human relationship
D. Civic responsibility

of

131. What teaching method helps the


learners draw generalization from a
discipline with the end of applying the
same to similar situations in the future?
A. Discovery approach
C. Conceptual approach
B. Process approach
D. Problem-solving approach
132. The non-verbal symbols used
maximize learning are referred to as?
A. Instructional devices
C. Field trips
B. Classroom techniques
D. Educational media

to

133. Orderly
procedure
covering
psychological processes of learning and
management through which learning is
employed by the teacher
A. Style of teaching
C. Teaching approaches
B. Teaching strategies
D. Methods of teaching
134. Free public elementary and secondary
education is in the line with the
governments
effort
to
address
educational problems of?
A. Relevance and quality
C. Effectiveness and efficiency
B. Access and equity
D. Productivity

135. When students are given a chance to


settle different opinions of discussion, they
develop
A. sociability
B.
fair
play
C. tolerance
D.
irritants

136. Which of the following is NOT a


developmental principle?
A. Numerous
studies
show
how
individuals develop
B. Development
follows
an
orderly,
predictable sequence
C. Early development is more critical than
later development
D. Presence of social expectations in early
developmental stage
137. Should a teacher involve her/his
students in planning the instructional
objectives before starting a lesson?
A. No, with cognitive objectives at the
start,
irrelevant
questions
are
formulated
B. Yes, with shared objectives, they
become self-motivated
C. Yes, they will give a tip on what
questions to ask
D. No, they will not be ready for it at the
beginning
138. Parents and teachers are considered
as authorities and model by children at
the early childhood stage. What does this
statement imply?
A. Teacher 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
a home and teachers in school
D. Teachers should demand complete
obedience from the learner in school
139. While you are teaching, the principal,
who is observing your class, stands up
and takes over in teaching the student.
What will you do?
A. Assert your rights politely to the
principal as the classroom teacher
after the class
B. Just let her take over. Anyway, she is
the principal
C. Refer this to the higher authority
D. Report this to the media
140. A student collapsed in her class. It was
found out that she did not eat her lunch.
What principle is shown in this evaluation?
A. Security need
C. Psychological need
B. Safety need
D. Physiological need

141. You have a student who is always


boasting in the class his master of the
Bible because he is a protestant. How
would you react being a Catholic?
A. Challenge him to a debate
C. Share with him your
knowledge of the Bible
B. Keep silent and respect his belief
D. Listen to him once in a while

142. Four important tasks confront the


teacher in dealing with the diagnosis and
remediation of hand writing problems. The
least important of these is:
A. That the teachers seek to prevent
children from having poor habits
B. That the teachers seek to make the
conversion to cursive writing whenever
the child is emotionally and physically
ready.
C. That the teacher seeks to motivate
each child to his highest level so that
he realizes the importance of good
handwriting.
D. That the teacher seeks to diagnose the
childrens deficiencies and use
whatever facilities are available in
order to correct poor habits.

143. Which of the following statement


is/are important in developing rubrics?
I.
Description of each criteria
to serve as standard
II.
Very clear descriptions of
performance in each level.
III.
Rating scale
IV.
Mastery levels of
achievement
A.
I only
B. I and II
C.
I, II III and IV
D. I, II
and III
144. Which of the following does NOT
belong to the group when we are talking
about projective personality test?
A. Word association test
C. Sentence completion test
B. Interview
D. Thematic apperception test
145. Which of the following can measure
awareness of values?
A. Rating scales
C. Projective technique
B. Role playing
D. Moral dilemma

146. Why should negative words be avoided


in constructing multiple choice tests?
A. It might be overlooked
C. Increase the difficulty of the
item
B. It makes the stem longer
D. More difficult to construct
147. Teacher M conducted a test in Science,
in her item 1 it is said to be nondiscriminating. What can be said about
this item?
I.
Teaching and learning is
very effective
II.
The item is very easy all
students got the correct
answer
III.
The items is very difficult,
only few got the correct
answer
A. I only
B. II only
C. II and III
D. I and II
148. All statements below are best practices
of preparing multiple choice test items,
EXCEPT
A. Use the stem as short as possible
B. Stem should be stated in positive form
C. Underline words or phrase in the stem
that give emphasis
D. Shorten the stem so that alternative
can be written longer
149. Which of the following statements is
true about bell-shaped curve distribution?
A. Most of the scores are low
C. There are more low scores
than high score
B. The scores are normally distributed
D. There are more high scores
than low scores
150. The environment is greatly abused
which is why schools emphasize the
teaching of environmental protection and
care. Which is the best practice among the
following?
A. Focus the curriculum on environment
B. Promote environmental drive in the
school thru co-curricular activities
C. Integrate sustainable development on
the curriculum
D. Sustainable development is not within
the grasp of students.