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LET REVIEWER JULY 2014 : PRINCIPLES AND STRATEGIES OF TEACHING


PRINCIPLES AND STRATEGIES OF TEACHING

For effective classroom management, when should the teacher undertake the task
of setting up routing activities?
1. every homeroom day
2. everyday at the start of the session
3. as soon as the students have adjusted to their schedules
4. On the very first day of school
The laboratory method is an example of a process approach because:
1. The teacher has to provide all the materials for the activity.
2. The students directly experience the learning process
3. The students are required to follow a series of goal-oriented steps.
4. There is always a product produced at the end of the period.
During recitation, the teacher should not:
a. correct her students grammatical and pronunciation errors.
b. make fun of her student mistakes
c. discourage answers in class
d. Let another teacher substitute for her that day
I want to teach concepts, patterns and abstractions. Which method is most
appropriate?
a. indirect instruction
b. discovery
c. direct instruction
d. problem solving
Why should a teacher not use direct instruction all the time?
a. It requires much time.
b. It requires use of many supplementary materials
c. It is generally effective only in the teaching of concepts and abstractions
d. It reduces student's engagement in learning.

In the traditional method of teaching, the classroom teacher was the sole
transmitter of knowledge. In the modern method, the teacher serves as the :
a. Facilitator of knowledge
b. surrogate parent
c.friend to the pupils
d. defender of children's rights
If the teacher does not know anything about the lesson she should:
a. resign because she has no business being a teacher.
b. try to look up information about the topic
c. bluff her way out
d. let another teacher substitute for her that day
The laboratory method is an example of a process approach because:
a. The teacher has to provide all the materials for the activity.
b. The students directly experience the learning process
c. The students are required to follow a series of goal-oriented steps.
d.There is always a product produced at the end of the period.
During recitation, teacher should be reminded that....
a. practice makes perfect
b. promoting should never be allowed
c. emphasis must be given to grammar more than the content of the students
answer.
d. Only the answer of the brighter students should be considered
Which of these techniques is being featured teacher A encourages her students to
participate actively in class discussion by making them answer questions allow
student to call on one another recite and wait for their turn to ask or answer?
1. socialize recitation
2. graded recitation
3. open forum
4. panel discussion
The social studies teacher plans to present a political situation that is very close to
reality particularly the role of mayor and counselor or a barangay captain. What
strategy is the most appropriate?
a. Lecture
b. Discussion
c. Reporting

d. Simulation

a.

What encourages the child to think, rationalize and make proper decisions?
drill

b.

Appreciation lesson

c.

Memorization

d.

Problem- oriented strategies

2.
The following except one are the factors that determine the choice of a
method. Which is the exception?
a.

nature of the learners

b.

school equipment and facilities

c.

educational background of the teacher

d.

Subject matter

3.

How well a teacher tells a story depends on:

a.

Techniques

c. the method used

b.

the plot

d. classroom

4.

Which of the following statements is correct?

a.

Method is synonymous with technique

b.

A device is a teaching method

c.

Method can be standardized

d.

There is no single best method

5.

When a teacher reviews a lesson, she is utilizing the law of:

a.

Readiness

b.

exercise

c. effect
d. multiple response

6.

In which situation is the law of readiness best applied?

a.

The teacher gives the aims of the lessons to be taken up

b.

The teacher announces he subject matter at the start of the period

c.

The teacher waits or the children to be ready before teaching her lesson

d.

The teacher presents a song, related to the lesson

7.

Which of the glowing is not an in the inductive method

a.

To delay judgments until truth is given

b.

To enable pupils discover important truths for themselves.

c.
To help student/pupil to carry out an investigation by themselves independent
of the teacher
d.

To make relationship of ideas clear to pupils

8.
In the inductive method, what does the child do during the comparison and
abstraction step?
a.
b.

Recalls information and directs himself to the activities to be accomplished


Perceives the common element present in the cases given

c.

Applies the principles learned to other problems or exercises

d.

Draw conclusion in his own words

9.

The deductive method uses the following steps:

a.

statement of the problem, generalization, inference, verification

b.

statement of the problem, inference , generalization, verification

c.

inference, statement of the problem, generalization, verification

d.

inference, statement of the problem, verification, generalization

10.

In reality, the type of study method is:

a.

an inductive procedure

b.

a deductive procedure

c.

a traditional method

d.

a question and answer method

Which one will most likely increase student participation?


1. Feeling or emotions are not permitted in the classroom
2. The group leader allows quiet members to remain silent.
3. The teacher models good listening habit.

4. Repeat directions over and over until everyone listens


Which is the best indicator of a well-managed class?
1. The listener pursue their tasks without inhibition
2. THe learners are controlled by the teacher
3. The learners blindly obey teacher's instructions
4. THe learners are earnestly engaged in an activity that leads them to
realize the stated goal
Which of the following teacher behaviors may not enhance the development of high
level thinking skill?
1. encouraging credibility as criterion
2. asking convergent questions
3. making students aware of their mental process
4. Teaching for meaning
For effective classroom management, when should the teacher undertake the task
of setting up routing activities?
1. every homeroom day
2. everyday at the start of the session
3. as soon as the students have adjusted to their schedules
4. On the very first day of school
Which is the ultimate aim of classroom management?
1. To remove the physical conditions in the room that distracts children's attention
2. To set up conditions that brings about effective teaching and learning.
3. To secure conforminty to rules with ease
4. To make children realize that they cannot doe everything they want
Which does not fall under extrapolation?
1. inferring
2. predicting
3. concluding
4. observing