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TEACHERS PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION 1. Which is one role of play in the pre-school and early childhood years?

A. Develops competitive spirit. B. Separates reality from fantasy. C. Increases imagination due to ex anding !no"#edge and emotiona# range. D. Develops the upper and lower limbs.

2. Student does not study at all but when the !icensure "#amination for $eachers %!"$& comes' before he ta(es the !"$' he spends one hour or more prayin) for a miracle' i.e. to pass the e#am. Which attitude towards reli)ion or *od is displayed? A. +eli)ion as fa(e $. Re#igion as magic ,. +eli)ion as authentic D. +eli)ion as real -. As a teacher' you are a rationalist. Which amon) these will be your )uidin) principle? A. . must teach the child that we can never have real (nowled)e of anythin). $. I must teAc% t%e c%i#d to de&e#o %is menta# o"ers to t%e 'u##. ,. . must teach the child so he is assured of heaven. D. . must teach the child every (nowled)e' s(ill' and value that he needs for a better future. /. All men are pretty much ali(e. .t is only by custom that they are set apart' said one 0riental philosopher. Where can this thou)ht be most inspirin)? A. .n a multi-cultural )roup of learners $. In mu#ti(cu#tura# and %eterogeneous grou s o' #earners and indigenous eo #es) grou ,. .n a class composed of indi)enous peoples D. .n hetero)eneous class of learners 1. $eacher A discovered that his pupils are very )ood in dramati2in). Which tool must have helped him discover his pupils3 stren)th? A. 4ortfolio assessment $. Per'ormance test ,. 5ournal entry D. 4aper-and-pencil test 6. 7SA$ and 7"A$ results are interpreted a)ainst set mastery level. $his means that 7SA$ and 7"A$ fall under 8888888888.

A. intelli)ence test B. aptitude test ,. criterion(re'erenced test



D. norm-referenced test 9. .n a social studies class' $eacher . presents a morally ambi)uous situation and as(s his students what they would do. 0n whose theory is $eacher .3s techni:ue based?

A. ;ohlber) B. $andura ,. 4ia)et D. Bruner

<. Which is a sound classroom mana)ement practice?

A. Avoid establishin) routines B. Esta-#is% routines 'or a## dai#. needs and tas!s. ,. Apply rules and policies on a case to case basis. D. Apply reactive approach to discipline.
=. A si#th )rade twelve-year old boy comes from a dysfunctional family and has been abused and ne)lected. >e has been to two orphana)es and three different elementary schools. $he student can decode on the second )rade level' but he can comprehend orally material at the fourth or fifth )rade level. $he most probable cause?s of this student3s readin) problem is?are 8888888888.

A. emotional factors B. poor teachin) ,. neuro#ogica# 'actors D. immaturity

1@. $eacher A teaches to his pupils that pleasure is not the hi)hest )ood. $eacher3s teachin) is a)ainst what philosophy?

A. +ealism B. Hedonism ,. "picureanism D. "mpiricism

11. With which )oals of educational institutions as provided for by the ,onstitution is the development of wor( s(ills ali)ned?

A. $o develop moral character B. $o teach the duties of citi2enship ,. $o inculcate love of country D. To de&e#o &ocationa# e''icienc.
12. Direct instruction is for facts' rules' and actions as indirect instruction is for 8888888888' 8888888888' 8888888888.

A. hypotheses' verified data and conclusions B. concepts' patterns and abstractions ,. conce ts/ rocesses and genera#i0ations

D. )uesses' data and conclusions

1-. $o elicit more student3s response' $eacher * made use of covert responses. Which one did she 70$ do?

A. She had the students write their response privately. B. S%e s%o"ed t%e correct ans"ers on t%e o&er%ead a'ter
t%e students %a&e "ritten t%eir res onses.

,. She had the students write their responses privately then

called each of them.


D. She refrained from Bud)in) on the student3s responses.

1/. What should you do if a parent who is concerned about a )rade his child received compared to another student3s )rade' demands to see both students3 )rades?

A. +efuse to show either record. B. S%o" -ot% records to %im. ,. +efuse to show any record without e#pressin) permission
from principal. D. Show only his child3s records.

11. 5ohn Watson saidCDen are built not born.What does this statement point to?

A. $he ineffectiveness of trainin) on a person3s development. B. T%e e''ect o' en&ironmenta# stimu#ation on a erson)s
de&e#o ment. ,. $he absence of )enetic influence on a person3s development D. $he effect of heredity.

16. A )uest spea(er in one )raduation rites told his audienceC E+eminder' you are what you choose to be.E $he )uest spea(er is more of a?an 8888888888.

A. realistic B. pra)matist ,. idealist D. existentia#ist

19. $he best way for a )uidance counselor to be)in to develop study s(ills and habits in underachievin) student would be to 8888888888.

A. have these underachievin) students observe the study

habits of e#cellin) students B. encourage students to ta#! a-out stud. %a-its 'rom t%eir o"n ex eriences ,. have them view film strips about various study approaches D. )ive out a list of effective study approaches 1<. 4rincipal , shares this thou)ht with his teachersCSubBect matter should help students understand and appreciate themselves as uni:ue individuals who accept complete responsibility for their thou)hts' feelin)s' and actions.From which philosophy is this thou)ht based?

A. 4erennialism B. "ssentialism ,. Existentia#ism D. 4ro)ressivism

1=. $he search for related literature by accessin) several databases by the use of a telephone line to connect a computer library with other computers that have database is termed 8888888888.

A. compact disc search B. manual search ,. on(#ine searc% D. computer search


2@. $eacher W wants to review and chec( on the lesson of the previous day? Which one will be most reliable?

A. >avin) students identify difficult homewor( problems. B. >avin) students correct each other3s wor(. ,. Sam #ing t%e understanding o' a 'e" students. D. "#plicitly reviewin) the tas(-relevant information
necessary for the day3s lesson. 21. Durin) the Spanish period' what was?were the medium?media of instruction in schools?

A. $he Gernacular B. "n)lish ,. Spanish D. S anis% and t%e 1ernacu#ar

22. With indirect instruction in mind' which does 70$ belon) to the )roup?

A. Pro-#em so#&ing B. !ecture-recitation ,. .nductive reasonin) D. Discovery

2-. . combined several subBect areas in order to focus on a sin)le concept for inter-disciplinary teachin). Which strate)y?method did . use?

A. 4roblem-entered learnin) B. $hematic instruction ,. +eadin)-writin) activity D. Unit met%od

2/. +ead the followin) then answer the :uestion $"A,>"+C .7 W>A$ WAHS 0$>"+ $>A7 $>" 4"+.0D., $AB!" D.*>$ W" 4+"D.,$ $>" A7D.S,0G"+"D "!"D"7$S? B0BBHC W" ,0A!D *0$0 $>" D007 A7D S"" .F $>"+" A+" S0D" "!"D"7$S $>"+" W" D073$ >AG". B"$$HC W" ,0A!D D.* D0W7 .7$0 $>" ,"7$"+ 0F $>" "A+$> A7D S"" .F W" F.7D A7H 0F $>" D.SS.7* "!"D"7$S. +.,;HC W" ,0A!D S$ADH D"B+.S F+0D $>" D"$"0+.$"S .F W" ,A7 F.7D A7H. $"A,>"+C $>0S" A+" A!! *00D A7SW"+S. BA$ W>A$ .F $>0S" "I,A+S.07S $0 $>" D007' $0 $>" ,"7$"+ 0F $>" "A+$>' 0+ $0 F.7D D"$"0+.$"S W"+" $00 ,0S$!H A7D $.D"

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A. fact B. concept ,. direct D. closed


21. .n his second item analysis' $eacher > found out that more from the lower )roup )ot the test item K 6 correctly. $his means that the test item 8888888888.

A. has a ne)ative discriminatin) power B. %as a #o"er &a#idit. ,. has a positive discriminatin) power D. has a hi)h reability
26. For ma#imum interaction' a teacher ou)ht to avoid 8888888888 :uestions.

A. informational B. rhetorical ,. #eading D. diver)ent

29. $he teacher3s first tas( in the selection of media in teachin) is to determine the 888888.

A. choice of the students B. availability of the media ,. o-2ecti&es o' t%e #esson D. techni:ue to be used
2<. 4rincipal B tells her teachers that trainin) in the humanities is most important. $o which educational philosophy does he adhere?

A. Existentia#ism B. 4erennialism ,. 4ro)ressivism D. "ssentialism

2=. Who amon) the followin) needs less verbal counselin) but needs more concrete and operational forms of assistance? $he child who 8888888888.

A. has mental retardation B. %as attention(de'icit disorder ,. has learnin) disability D. has conduct disorder
-@. After )ivin) an input on a )ood para)raph' $eacher W as(s her students to rate a )iven para)raph alon) the elements of a )ood para)raph. $he students3 tas( is in level of 8888888888

A. application B. ana#.sis ,. evaluation D. synthesis

-1. .n the 4reamble of the ,ode of "thics of 4rofessional $eachers' which is 70$ said of teachers?

A. LET assers B. Duly licensed professionals ,. 4ossess di)nity and reputation D. With hi)h-moral values as well as technical and
professional competence


-2. Study this )roup of tests which was administered with the followin) results' then answer the :uestion. SubB ect Dath 4hys ics "n)li sh Dea n 16 SD 1@ /1 <@ +onnels3s Score /= 16 -1 1@=

.n which subBect%s& did +onnel perform most poorly in relation to the )roup3s performance?

A. Eng#is% B. "n)lish and Dath ,. Dath D. 4hysics

--. $eacher *3s lesson obBective has somethin) to do with the s(ill of synthesi2in)? Which behavioral term is most appropriate?

A. $est B. Assess ,. Appraise D. T%eori0e

-/. Standard deviation is to variability as mean is to 8888888888.

A. coefficient of correlation B. centra# tendenc. ,. discrimination inde# D. level of difficulty

-1. .f you a)ree with +i2al on how you can contribute to our nation3s redemption' which should you wor( for?

A. 0penin) our doors to forei)n influence B. U grading t%e 3ua#it. o' t%e Fi#i ino t%roug%
education ,. Stabili2in) the political situation D. *ainin) economic recovery -6. $eacher $ tau)ht a lesson denotin) ownership by means of possessives. >e first introduced the rule' then )ave e#amples' followed by class e#ercises' then bac( to the rule before he moved into the second rule. Which presentin) techni:ue did he use?

A. ,ombinatorial B. ,omparative ,. Part("%o#e D. Se:uence

-9. $heft of school e:uipment li(e tv' computer' etc. by teena)ers in the community itself is becomin) a common phenomenon. What does this incident si)nify?

A. 4revalence of poverty in the community. B. .nability of school to hire security )uards. ,. Deprivation of Filipino schools. D. Communit.)s #ac! o' sense o' co(o"ners%i .


-<. As a teacher' what do you do when you en)a)e yourself in maBor tas( analysis? A. $est if learnin) reached hi)her level thin(in) s(ills. $. $rea!do"n a com #ex tas! into su-(s!i##s. , . D e t e r m i n e t h e l e v e l o f t h i n ( i n ) i n v o l v e d . D . + e v i s e l e s s o n o b B

e c t i v e s . -=. With-it-ness' accordin) to ;ounin' is one of the characterestics of an effective classroom mana)er. Which phrase )oes with it? A. >ave hands that write fast. B . > a v e e y e s o n t h e b a c ( o f y o u r h e a d s . , . > a v e a m o u t h

r e a d y t o s p e a ( . D. Ha&e minds ac!ed "it% !no"#edge. /@. +uben is very attached to his mother and +uth to her father. .n what developmental sta)e are they accordin) to Freudian psycholo)ical theory? A. Oedi a# stage B .
! a t e n t s t a ) e , . A n a l s t a ) e D. 4re-)enital sta)e

/1. $eacher H does norm-referenced interpretation of scores. Which of the followin) does she do? A. She describes )roup performanc e in relation to a level of mastery set. B. She uses a specified

content as its frame of reference. C. S%e com ares e&er. indi&idua# students) scores "it% ot%ers) scores. D. She describes what should be their performance. /2. As a teacher' you are a reconstructionist. Which amon) these will be your )uidin) principle? A. I must teac% t%e c%i#d e&er. !no"#edge/ s!i##/ and &a#ue t%at %e needs 'or a -etter 'uture. B. . mus t teac h the chil d to dev elop his men tal pow ers to the full. ,. . mus t teac h the chil d so he is assu red of hea ven. D. . must teach the child that we can never have real (nowled)e of anythin). /-. From whom do we owe the theory of deductive interference as illustrated in syllo)isms? A. P#ato B. Scorates ,. Aristotle D. 4ytha)oras //. $eacher B en)a)es her students with information for thorou)h understandin) for meanin) and for competent application. Which principle )overns $eacher B3s practice? A. ,ontructivist B. *estalt ,. Behaviorist

D. Cogniti&ist


/1. What was the most prominent educational issue of the mid 1=<@s?

A. $i#ingua# Education B. Galues "ducation ,. Accountability D. Dainstreamin)

/6. A teacher?student is held responsible for his actions because s?he 8888888888.

A. has instincts B. is mature ,. %as a c%oice D. has reason

/9. For which may you use the direct instruction method?

A. Become aware of the pollutants around us. B. Appreciate Dilton3s 4aradise !ost. ,. Use a microsco e ro er#.. D. Distin)uish war from a))ression.
/<. $he concepts of trust vs. maturity' autonomy vs. selfdoubt' and initiative vs. )uilt are most closely related with the wor(s of 8888888888.

A. Eri!son B. 4ia)et ,. Freud D. 5un)

/=. What measure of central tendency does the number 16 represent in the followin) dataC 1/' 11' 19' 16' 1=' 2@' 16' 1/' 16?

A. Dode B. Dedian ,. 4ode and median D. Dean

1@. $he principle of individual differences re:uires teachers to 8888888888.

A. )ive )reater attention to )ifted learners B. ro&ide 'or a &ariet. o' #earning acti&ities ,. treat all learners ali(e while in the classroom D. prepare modules for slow learners in class
11. Which of the followin) propositions is attributed to 4lato?

A. $ruth is relative to a particular time and place. B. >uman bein)s create their own truths.

,. Learning is t%e disco&er. o' trut% as Iatent ideas are

-roug%t to consciousness. D. Sense perception is the most accurate )uide to (nowled)e.


12. Which is one characteristic of an effective classroom mana)ement? A. It 3uic!#. and uno-trusi&e#. redirects mis-e%a&ior once it occurs. B. .t teaches dependence on others for self-control. , . . t r e s p e c t s c u l t u r a l n o r m s o f a l i m i t e d ) r o u p s t u d e n t s . D . S

t r a t e ) i e s a r e s i m p l e e n o u ) h t o b e u s e d c o n s i s t e n t l y . 1-. 0ut of - distracters in a multiple choice test item' namely B' ,' and D' no pupil chose D as answer. $his implies that D is 8888888888 A. an ine''ecti&e distracter B. a va)ue distracter , .
a n e f f e c

t i v e d i s t r a c t e r D . a p l a u s i b l e d i s t r a c t e r

1/. . drew learners into several content areas and encoura)ed them to solve a comple# :uestion for interdisciplinary teachin). Which strate)y did . use? A. Pro-#em(centered #earning B. Anit method , . + e a d i n ) w r i t i n ) a

c t i v i t y D . $ h e m a t i c i n s t r u c t i o n 11. Galue clarification as a strate)y in Galues "ducation classes is anchored on which philosophy? A. "#istentialism B. ,hristian philosophy C. Idea#ism D. >edonism 16. $eacher A is a teacher of "n)lish as a Second !an)ua)e. She uses vocabulary cards' fill-in-the-blan( sentences' dialo)ues' dictation and writin) e#cercises in teachin) a lesson about )rocery shoppin). Based on this information' which of the followin) is a valid conclusion? A. $he teacher is applyin) Bloom3s hierachy of co)nitive learnin). $. T%e teac%er is teac%ing in a &ariet. o' "a.s -ecause not a## students #earn in t%e same manner. ,. $he teacher wants to ma(e herteac hiri) easier by havin) less tal(. D. $he teacher is emphas i2in)

readin) and writin) s(ills. 19. .f teacher has to as( more hi)her-order :uestions' he has to as( more 8888888888 :uestions. A . c l o s e d B . f a c t ,. concept D. con&ergent 1<. Are percentile ran(s the same as percenta)e correct? A. .t cannot be determined unless scores are )iven. B. .t cannot be determined unless the number of e#aminees is )iven. C. No D. Hes


1=. Which method has been proven to be effective in courses that stress ac:uisition of (nowled)e?

A. Socratic method B. ,ooperative learnin) ,. 4aster. #earning D. .ndirect instruction

6@. A teacher3s summary of a lesson serves the followin) functions' "I,"4$

A. it lin(s the parts of the lesson B. #t -rings toget%er t%e in'ormation t%at %as -een

,. it ma(es provisions for full participation of students. D. it clinches the basic ideas or concepts of the lesson.
61. Which is a true foundation of the social order?

A. 0bedient citi2enry B. T%e reci rocation o' rig%ts and duties ,. Stron) political leadership D. ":uitable distribution of wealth
62. Which one can enhance the comparability of )rades?

A. Using common con&ersion ta-#e 'or trans#ating test

scores in to ratings

B. Formulatin) tests that vary from one teacher to

another ,. Allowin) individual teachers to determine factors for ratin) D. .ndividual teachers )ivin) wei)hts to factors considered for ratin) 6-. Who amon) the followin) puts more emphasis on core re:uirements' lon)er school day' lon)er academic year and more challen)in) te#tboo(s?

A. 4erennialist B. Essentia#ist ,. 4ro)ressivist D. "#istentialist

6/. Which test has broad samplin) of topics as stren)th?

A. 0bBective test B. Short answer test ,. Essa. test D. 4roblem type

61. +ead this :uestionC>ow will you present the layers of the earth to your class?$his is a :uestion that

A. directs B. leads the student to evaluate ,. assesses co)nition D. ro-es creati&e t%in!ing


66. .n ;rathwohl3s affective domain of obBectives' which of the followin) is the lowest level of affective behavior? A. Galuin) B. ,haracteri2ation ,. +espondin) D. Organi0ation 69. +odel is very aloof and cold in his relationships with his classmates. Which basic )oal must haye not been attained by +odel durin) his developmental years' accordin) to "ri(son3s theory on psycholo)ical development? A. Autonomy $. Trust ,. .nitiative D. *enerativity 6<. $wo students are )iven the W.S" ... 0ne has a full scale .J of =1' while the other has an .J of 1@=. Which conclusion can be drawn? A. T%e second student %as signi'icant#. %ig%er inte##ectua# a-i#it. B. $he first student is probably below avera)e' while the second has above avera)e potential ,. Both students are functionin) in the avera)e ran)e of intellectual ability D. Another .J test should be )iven to truly assess their intellectual potential 6=. $o come closer to the truth we need to)o bac( to the thin)s themselves.$his is the advice of the A. behaviorists $. %enomeno#ogists ,. idealists D. pra)matists 9@. Which )uideline in test construction is 70$ observed in this test itemC 5ose +i2al wrote 8888888888. A. $he central problem should be pac(ed in the stem. $. T%ere must -e on#. one correct ans"er. , . A l t e r n a t i v e s

m u s t h a v e ) r a m m a t i c a l p a r a l l e l i s m . D . $ h e a l t e r n a t e s m u s t b e p l a u s i b l e

. 91. .n what way can teachers uphold the hi)hest possible standards of :uality education? A. $. continua##. im ro&ing t%emse#&es ersona##. and ro'essiona##. B. By wearin) e#pensive clothes to chan)e people3s poor perception of teachers ,. By wor(in) out undeserved promotions D. By puttin) down other professions to lift the status of teachin) 92. "ach teacher is said to be a trustee of the cultural and educational herita)e of the nation and is' under obli)ation to transmit to learners such herita)e. Which practice ma(es him fulfill such obli)ation? A. Ase the latest instructional technolo)y. B .
0 b s e r v e c o n t i n u i n ) p r o f e s s i o n a l e d u c a t

i o n . , . A s e i n t e r a c t i v e t e a c h i n ) s t r a t e ) i e s . D. Stud. t%e #i'e o' Fi#i ino %eroes.



9-. Studies in the areas of neurosciences disclosed that the human brain has limitless capacity. What does this imply?

A. Some pupils are admittedly not capable of learnin). B. "very pupil has his own native ability and his learnin)
is limited to this nativeabilty. ,. E&er. c%i#d is a otentia# genius. D. 4upils can possibly reach a point where they have learned everythin). 9/. .n a treatment for alcoholism' +amil was made to drin( an alcoholic bevera)e and then made to in)est a dru) that produces nausea. "ventually' he was nauseated at the si)ht and smell of alcohol and stopped drin(in) alcoho! Which theory e#plains this?

A. 0perant conditionin) B. Social !earnin) $heory ,. Associati&e Learning D. Attribution $heory

91. $he followin) are used in writin) performance obBectives' "I,"4$

A. de#ineate B. dia)ram ,. inte)rate D. comprehend

96. Which )uideline must be observed in the use of promptin) to shape the correct performance of your students?

A. Use t%e #east intrusi&e rom t 'irst. B. Ase all prompts available. ,. Ase the most intrusive prompt first. D. +efrain from usin) prompts.
99. 0n whose philosophy was A. S. 7eil3s Summerhill' one of the most e#perimental schools' based?

A. Rousseau B. 4estalo22i ,. Dontessori D. 5ohn !oc(e

9<. E.n the li)ht of the facts presented' what is most li(ely to happen when ... ?E is a sample thou)ht :uestion on

A. in'erring B. )enerali2in)

,. synthesi2in) D. Bustifyin)
9=. Which applies when s(ewness is 2ero?

A. Dean is )reater than the median B. Dedian is )reater than mean ,. Scores have three modes D. Scores are norma##. distri-uted


<@. Whose influence is the education pro)ram that puts emphasis on self-development. throu)h the classics' music' and rituals? A. $udd%a B. Dohammed ,. ,onfucius D. !ao $su <1. Which is an appropriate way to mana)e off-tas( behavior? A. Da(e eye contact. B. Stop your class activity to correct a child who is no lon)er on tas(. ,. Dove closer to the child. D. Redirect a c%i#d)s attention to tas! and c%ec! %is rogress to ma!e sure %e is continuing to "or!. <2. .n ;rathwohl3s ta#onomy of obBectives in the affective' which is most authentic? A. ,haracteri2ation B. 0r)ani2ation ,. +espondin) D. 1a#uing <-. Study this )roup of tests which was administered with the followin) results' then answer the :uestion. SubB ect Dath 4hys ics "n)li sh Dea n 16 SD 1@ /1 <@ +onnels3s Score /= 16 -1 1@=

.n which subBect%s& were the scores most homo)enous?

A. Dath B. "n)lish ,. 4hysics D. P%.sics and 4at%

</. We encounter people whose prayer )oes li(e thisC E0 *od' if there is a *odL save my soul' if . have a soulE From whom is this prayer?

A. Stoic B. "mpiricist ,. Agnostic D. S(eptic

<1. $he test item E*roup the followin) items accordin) to shapeE is a thou)ht test item on 8888888888.

A. creatin) B. c#assi'.ing ,. )enerali2in) D. comparin)


<6. $eacher B is a teacher of "n)lish as a Second !an)ua)e. She uses vocabulary cards' fill-in-the-blan( sentences' dictation and writin) e#ercises in teachin) a lesson about )rocery shoppin). Based on this information' which of the followin) is a valid conclusion? A. T%e teac%er is rein'orcing #earning -. gi&ing t%e same in'ormation in/ a &ariet. o' met%ods. B. $he teach er is applyi n) Bloo m3s hierac hy of co)nit ive learni n). ,. $he teach er wants to do less tal(. D. $he teacher is emphasi2in) listenin) and spea(in) s(ills. <9. What is the mean of this score distributionC /' 1' 6' 9' <' =' 1@? A. 5 B. 6 ,. <.1 D. 9.1 <<. $eacher 4 wants to develop the s(ill of synthesi2in) in her pupils. Which one will she do? A. As! %er students to 'ormu#ate a genera#i0ation 'rom t%e data s%o"n in gra %s. B. As( her students to answer :uestions be)innin) withWhat if ... ,. $ell her pupils to state data presented in )raphs. D. Directs her students to as( :uestions on the parts of the lesson not understood. <=. Bruner3s theory on intellectual development moves from enactive to iconic and symbolic sta)es. .n which sta)e%s& are dia)rams helpful to accompany verbal information? A. "nactive and iconic $. S.m-o#ic , . S y

m b o l i c a n d e n a c t i v e D . . c o n i c =@. Which holds true to standardi2ed tests? A . $ h e y a r e u s e d f o r c o m p a r a t i v e p u r p o

s e s B . $ h e y a r e a d m i n i s t e r e d d i f f e r e n t l y C. T%e. are scored according to di''erent standards D. $hey are used for assi)nin) )rades =1. An effective classroom mana)er uses low-profile classroom control. Which is a low-profile classroom techni:ue? A. 7ote to parents B . A f t e r s c h o o l d e t e n

t i o n , . W i t h d r a w a l o f p r i v i l e ) e s D. Raising t%e itc% o' t%e &oice =2. Which type of report refers toon-the-spotdescription of some incident' episode or occurrence that is bein) observed and recorded as bein) of possible si)nificance?
A . A u t o b i o ) r a p h i c a l r e p o r t B .

B i o ) r a p h i c a l r e p o r t C. 1a#ue and interest re ort D. Anecdotal report


=-. By what name is .ndirect instruction the Socratic method also (nown? A . D a s t e r y l e a r n i n ) B . . n d i r e c t D e t h o d , . D o r r i s o n m e t h o d D. 6uestioning met%od

=/. $eacher A (nows of the ille)al activities of a nei)hbor but (eeps :uiet in order not to be involved in any investi)ation.

Which foundational principle of morality does $eacher A fail to apply? A . $ h e e n d d o e s n o t B u s t i f y t h e m e a n s . B . $ h e p r i n c i p l e o f d o u b l e e f

f e c t C. A#"a.s do "%at is rig%t. D. Between two evils' do the lesser evil. =1. What should a teacher do for students in his class who are not on )rade level? A. 7i&e t%em materia#s on t%eir #e&e# and #et t%em "or! at a ace t%at is reasona-#e 'ort%em/ to -ring t%em u to a grade #e&e#. B. *ive them the same wor( as the other students' because they will absorb as much as they are capable of. ,. *ive them the same wor( as the other students' not much' so that they won3t feel embarrassed. D. *ive them wor( on the level of the other students and wor( a little above the classmates level to challen)e them. =6. A child who )ets punished for stealin) candy may not steal a)ain immediately. But this does not mean that the child may not steal a)ain. Based on $horndi(e3s theory on punishment and learnin)' this shows that 8888888888
A . p u n i s h m e n t s t r e n ) t h e n s a r e s p o n s e B .

p u n i s h m e n t r e m o v e s a r e s p o n s e C. unis%ment does not remo&e a res onse D. punishment wea(ens a response

=9. >elpin) in the development of )raduates who arema(aDiyosis an influence of A. naturalistic morality $. c#assica# C%ristian mora#it. , . s i t u a t i o n a l m o r a l i t y D . d i a

l e c t i c a l m o r a l i t y =<. $eacher > )ave her first-)rade class a pa)e with a story in which pictures ta(e the place of some words. Which method did she use?

A. $he whole lan)ua)e approach B. T%e S au#ding met%od ,. $he rebus method D. $he lan)ua)e e#perience approach
==. Soc e#hibits fear response to freely roamin) do)s but does not show fear when a do) is on a leash or confined to a pen. Which conditionin) process is illustrated

A. *enerali2ation B. "#tinction ,. Ac:uisition D. Discrimination



1@@. $eachers often complain of numerous non-teachin) assi)nments that adversely' affect their teachin). Does this mean that teachers must be preoccupied only with teachin)?

A. Hes' if they are )iven other assi)nments' Bustice demands

that they be properly compensated.

B. Hes' because other community leaders' not teachers' are

tas(ed to leadin community activities. ,. NO/ -ecause e&er. teac%er is ex ected to ro&ide #eaders%i and initiati&e in acti&ities 'or -etterment o' communities. D. Hes' because teachin) is enou)h full time Bob.