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Simple Recall:

Fill-in the blanks with the correct answer.


1. To be a competent teacher we need to produce or make our students with clear and wider
understanding and also the appreciation of ideal and values that inspire all learners to
achieve the highest peak of human aspiration is called Production.

2. Social Maladjustment or more precisely oppositional defiant or conduct disordered


typically display a persistent pattern of willful refusal to meet minimum standards of
conduct.

3. Special children with special needs may have mild learning disabilities or profound
cognitive impairment; they may have food allergies or terminal illness.

4. Extrinsic Motivation is geared toward external rewards and reinforces.

5. Intrinsic Motivation is geared toward internal rewards and reinforces.

6. The teacher directly tells or shows or demonstrates what is to be taught is called Direct
Teaching Approach.

7. The students are expected to construct knowledge and meaning out for what they are
taught by connecting them to prior experience is called Constructivist Approach.

8. The teacher facilitates the learning process by allowing the learner to be engaged in the
learning is called Indirect-Guided Approach.

9. The teacher deposits knowledge into the empty minds of students for students to
commit to memory is called Banking Approach.

10. Intrapersonal refers to things that go on exclusively within one person.


Multiple choice:
Encircle the correct answer.
1. with special needs may have mild learning disabilities or profound
cognitive impairment; they may have food allergies or terminal illness.
a. Special children
b. Gifted Children
c. Disable Children
d. Handicap Children
e. None of the above
2. The teacher is perceived to be only reliable source of information in contrast to the learner-
centered approach.
a. Teacher-Centered Approach
b. Learner-Centered Approach
c. Integrated Approach
d. Disciplinary Approach
e. None of the above
3. It makes the teacher connects what he/she teaches to other lessons on the same subject
(intradisciplinary) or connects his/her lessons with other subjects thus making his/her
approach interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary.
a. Teacher-Centered Approach
b. Learner-Centered Approach
c. Integrated Approach
d. Disciplinary Approach
e. None of the above
4. In which it is premised on the belief that the learner is also an important resource because
he/she too knows something and is therefore capable of sharing something.
a. Teacher-Centered Approach
b. Learner-Centered Approach
c. Integrated Approach
d. Disciplinary Approach
e. None of the above
5. It limits the teacher to discussing his/ her lessons within the boundary of his/her subject.
a. Teacher-Centered Approach
b. Learner-Centered Approach
c. Integrated Approach
d. Disciplinary Approach
e. None of the above
6. Subject matter gains primacy over that of the learner.
a. Subject Matter-Centered Approach
b. Collaborative Approach
c. Individualistic Approach
d. Teacher Dominated Approach
e. None of the above
7. It will welcome group work, teamwork, partnerships, and group discussions.
a. Subject Matter-Centered Approach
b. Collaborative Approach
c. Individualistic Approach
d. Teacher Dominated Approach
e. None of the above
8. In this approach, only the teachers voice is heard. He/she is the sole dispenser of
information.
a. Subject Matter-Centered Approach
b. Collaborative Approach
c. Individualistic Approach
d. Teacher Dominated Approach
e. None of the above
9. It wants the individual students to work by themselves.
a. Subject Matter-Centered Approach
b. Collaborative Approach
c. Individualistic Approach
d. Teacher Dominated Approach
e. None of the above
10. In this approach, an interactive classroom will have more student talk and less teacher talk.
Students are given the opportunity to interact with teacher and with other students.
a. Subject Matter-Centered Approach
b. Collaborative Approach
c. Individualistic Approach
d. Interactive Approach
e. None of the above
Matching Type:
Find the connection or relation of every item in column A into column B by making a line
from one column to another.

Column A Column B
1. SPEAK TO PEOPLE a. Always have an energy to extent our
2. SMILE AT PEOPLE services to our community.
3. CALL PEOPLE BY NAME b. Dont judge others easily. Know the truth
4. BE FRIENDLY AND HELPFUL first before you speak.
5. BE CORDIAL c. Respect other peoples feelings at all
6. BE GENUINELY INTERESTED IN times.
PEOPLE d. Think before you criticize
7. BE GENEROUS WITH PRAISE e. You can always be friends with everyone
8. BE CONSIDERATE WITH THE as long as you try.
FEELINGS OF OTHER f. Always be politely pleasant and friendly to
9. BE THOUGHTFUL OF THE everyone.
OPINION OF OTHER g. No man is an island indeed. So be friendly
10. BE ALERT TO GIVE SERVICE and helpful at all times because maybe
when you will experience hardships and
trials, your friends will help you get through
it.
h. It is indeed the sweetest music than we can
hear. Calling people by name makes your
relationship with other people more
connected as if you really know him.
i. Smile is a very priceless gift that we can
give to someone and received from others.
j. It is very nice to greet other people. Talk to
them nicely and always be courteous.
Enumeration:
Answer the following questions.
1. What are the Different factors affecting Intrapersonal Relationship?
Gender and gender roles
Socioeconomic of labor and prepolions of fairness
Parental expectations
Sleep Disturbance
Relationship Factors

2. What are different types of Interpersonal Relationship?


Romantic relationship
Friendship
Family
Professional communication

3. Give the 10 modules for the strategies of teaching


Module 1: Teaching and Learning
Module 2: Classroom Management and Discipline
Module 3: Types of Students and Teacher Discipline
Module 4: Measurement and Evaluation
Module 5: Instructional Objectives
Module 6: Instructional Methods
Module 7: Instructional Materials
Module 8: Instructional Technology
Module 9: Grouping for Instructions
Module 10: Module on Effective Teacher

4. Give the 2 types of instructional materials


Traditional instructional materials
Technological media

5. Give at least 5 examples of Traditional instructional materials


Blackboards and chalks
Text books
Charts, pictures and posters
Maps, Atlas and globes
Flashcards, flip cards and worksheets
6. What are the factors on how to be an effective teacher?
Knowledgeable
Skillful
Values-oriented
7. What are the guidelines in the preparing instructional materials for teaching?
Purpose
Define Objectives
Content
Diversity
Guide Learners
Evaluate Result
Flexibility

8. Give at least 5 Different Approaches on Teaching


Disciplinary Approach
Subject Matter-Centered Approach
Collaborative Approach
Teacher Dominated Approach
Individualistic Approach

9. What are3 different approaches on Learning


The Behaviorist Approach
The Cognitive Approach
The Humanist Approach

10. Types of Motivation


Extrinsic
Intrinsic
Essay:
How is teaching a science and an art of employing strategies and tactics to achieve a
goal?
A teacher cannot be effective unless they are able to integrate both the science and
the art of teaching. One may be a teacher, but if they are unable to communicate their
knowledge effectively, they cannot impart that knowledge onto his/her students. How will a
teacher impart his/her knowledge and understanding to his/her students if the teacher
his/herself doesnt have any knowledge and understanding at all? Conversely, one may be
an excellent speaker, that ables to mesmerize an audience, yet he/she needs to have a
knowledge of the subject matter, learning theories and teaching strategies, as well as an
understanding of the needs of his/her own students in order to gain the trust that is essential
to creating an effective learning environment.

The science of teaching is the accumulation of information and the improvement of teaching
practices based on the information gained. The accumulation of information can be viewed
on three levels. The most basic set of information would be the acquiring of knowledge in
ones subject area in order to be able to teach it. Without it, there is nothing to teach.
Note: (This answer only serves as an example.)