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Professional Education – January 2014 c.

Conservation problem
d. Egocentrism problem
1. With R.A. 9155, to which body were all the functions, 7. According to R.A. 9155, a school head has two roles,
programs, and activities of the Department of namely administrative manager and ____.
Education related to Sports competition transferred? a. Health officer
a. Technical Education Services Department b. Instructional leader
Authority c. Facilitator
b. Philippine Sports Commission d. Guidance counselor
c. National Commission for Culture and the Arts 8. After reading and paraphrasing Robert Frost’s
d. Commission on Higher Education Stopping by the Woods on Snowy Evening , Teacher
Marko asked the class to share any insight derived
2. Parenting style influences children’s development. from the poem. In which domain in Bloom’s taxonomy
Read the following parent’s remarks for their children of objectives is the term paraphrase?
then, answer the question. a. Analysis c. Comprehension
Parent C – Tells her child: “You should do it my way or b. Application d. Synthesis
else. There is no discussion.” 9. Which characterizes a constructivist teaching-learning
Parent D – Tells her husband: “It is 10:00 PM, do you process?
know where your child is?” a. Conceptual interrelatedness
Parent E – Tells her child: “You know, you should b. Multiple perspectives
have not done that. Let’s talk about it so you can c. Authentic assessment
handle the situation better next time.” d. Passive acceptance of information
Parent F – Tells her child: “You may do what you 10. On what theory is the sequencing of instruction
want. We will always be here for you, no matter what anchored?
you do.” a. Gagne’s hierarchical theory
Which Parenting style is Authoritarian? b. B.F. Skinner’s operant conditioning theory
a. D b. F c. E d. C c. Bandura’s social learning theory
d. Thorndike’s law of effect
3. Two identical beakers A and B are presented to the 11. A common complaint of teachers about pupils is this:
child. Teacher Sonny pours the liquid from B to C “You give them assignment, the following day they
which is taller and thinner than A and B but has equal come without any. You teach them this today, asks
capacity with B. The teacher asks if the beakers A and them tomorrow and they don’t know. It is as if there is
C have the same amount of liquid. The child says nothing that you taught them at all.” Based on the
“NO” and points to C as the beaker that has more theory of information processing, what must teachers
liquid. In which cognitive developmental stage is the do to counteract pupil’s forgetting?
child? I. Punish every child who can’t give correct
a. Sensorimotor stage answers to questions.
b. Concrete operational stage II. Work for meaningful learning by connecting
c. Pre-operational stage lesson to what pupils know.
d. Formal Operational stage III. Reward every child who remembers past
lessons.
4. To determine her students’ level of moral a. III only c. II and III
development, Teacher Evangeline presents to her b. I and III d. II only
class a morally ambiguous situation and asks them
what they would do in such a situation. On whose 12. When small children call all animals “dogs”, what
theory is Teacher Evangeline’s technique based? process is illustrated, based on Piaget’s cognitive
a. Bruner development theory?
b. Kohlberg a. Assimilation c. Reversion
c. Freud b. Conservation d. Accommodation
d. Piaget
13. Based on Bandura’s theory, which conditions must be
5. According to R.A. 9155, which among the following is present for a student to learn from a model?
considered the “heart of the formal education I. Attention III. Motor reproduction
system”? II. Retention IV. Motivation
a. The pupil a. I and II c. I, II, III and IV
b. The teacher b. I, II and III d. III and IV
c. The classroom
d. The school
14. According to Tolman’s theory on purposive
6. You arrange the rows of blocks in such a way that a behaviorism, learning is goal-directed. What is its
row of 5 blocks is longer than a row of 7 blocks. If you implication to teaching?
ask which row has more, Grade 1 pupils will say that it a. Evaluate lessons based on your objective/s
is the row that makes the longer line. Based on b. Set as many objectives as you can
Piaget’s cognitive development theory, what problem c. Stick to your objectives/s no matter what happens
is illustrated? d. Make the objective/s of your lesson clear and
a. Assimilation problem specific
b. Accommodation problem
15. Which is the ideal stage of moral development? Stage d. In between pre- and post-conventional levels
of _____.
a. Social contract 22. Teacher Fatima tells her students: “You must be
b. Universal ethical principle honest at all times not only because you are afraid of
c. Law and order the punishment but more because you yourselves are
d. Good boy/good girl convinced of the value of honesty.” Based on
Kohlberg’s theory, which level of moral development
16. Cristina’s family had a family picture when she was does the teacher want her students to reach?
not yet born. Unable to see herself in the family a. Conventional level
picture, she cried despite her mother’s explanation b. Between conventional and post-conventional
that she was not yet born when the family picture was levels
taken. What does Cristina’s behavior show? c. Between pre-conventional and post-conventional
a. Limited social cognition levels
b. Egocentrism d. Post-conventional level
c. Semi-logical reasoning
d. Rigidity of thought 23. Why is babyhood referred to as a “critical period” in
personality development? Because:
17. To help a student learn to the optimum, Vygotsky a. At this time the baby is exposed to many physical
advises us to bridge the student’s present skill level and psychological hazards
and the desired skill level by ______. b. Changes in the personality pattern take place
a. Challenging c. Inspiring c. At this time the foundations are laid upon which
b. Scaffolding d. Motivating the adult personality structure will be built
d. The brain grows and develops at such an
18. Based on Piaget’s theory, what should a teacher accelerated rate during babyhood
provide in the formal operational stage?
a. Stimulating environment with ample objects to 24. It is good to give students creative learning tasks
play with because ______.
b. Games and other physical activities to develop a. Development is affected by cultural changes
motor skills b. The development of individuals is unique
c. Activities for hypothesis formulation c. Development is the individual’s choice
d. Learning activities that involve problems of d. Development is aided by stimulation
classification and ordering
25. According to Havighurst’s development tasks,
19. “Do not cheat. Cheating does not pay. If you do, you reaching and maintaining satisfactory performance in
cheat yourself” says the voiceless voice from within one’s occupational career is supposed to have been
you. In the context of Freud’s theory, which is/are at attained during ____.
work? a. Middle age and Early adulthood
a. Id c. Ego b. Middle age
b. Id and Superego d. Superego c. Old age
d. Early adulthood
20. Here are comments from School Head Carmen
regarding her observations on teacher’s practice in 26. Student Deina says: “I have to go to school on time.
lesson planning: This is what the rule says.” In what level of moral
The words “identify,” “tell” and “enumerate” are development is the student?
overused. Many times they make use of non- a. Pre-conventional
behavioral terms. Often their lesson objectives do not b. Post-conventional
include value formation and inculcation. c. Conventional
What can be inferred from the School Head’s d. Cannot be specifically determined
comments regarding teacher formulated lesson
objectives? 27. In planning for instruction, can a teacher begin with
a. Often lesson objectives are in the low level assessment?
b. Very often lesson objectives are in the cognitive a. No, it may discourage and scare the learners
domain b. Yes, determine entry knowledge or skill
c. Quite often lesson objectives describe teacher’s c. Yes, to make the class pay attention
behavior d. No, assessment is only at the end of a lesson
d. Often lesson objectives are in the psychomotor
domain 28. Which among the following is closest to the real
human digestive system for study in the classroom?
21. Sassi, a Grade I pupil is asked, “Why do you pray a. Drawing of the human digestive system on the
everyday?” Sassi answered, “Mommy said so.” Based board
on Kohlberg’s theory, in which moral development b. Model of the human digestive system
stage is Sassi? c. The human digestive system projected on an
a. Pre-convention level OHP
b. Conventional level d. Drawing of the human digestive system on a
c. In between conventional and post-conventional page of a textbook
levels
29. Here is a question: “Is the paragraph a good one?” 36. After establishing my learning objectives, what should
Evaluate. If broken down to simplify, which is the best I do to find out what my students already know and
simplification? what they do not yet know in relation to my lesson
a. Why is the paragraph a good one? Prove objectives in the cognitive domain?
b. Is the paragraph a good one? Why or Why not? a. Give a pretest
c. If you asked to evaluate something, what do you b. Study the least learned competencies in the
do? Evaluate the paragraph? National Achievement Test
d. What are the qualities of a good paragraph? c. Analyze my students’ grades last year
Does the paragraph have these qualities? d. Interview a sample of my students
37. What characterizes genuine change? Change in
30. Which one is in support of greater interaction? _____.
a. Probing a. Appearance c. Substance
b. Repeating the question b. Form d. Physical attribute
c. Not allowing a student to complete a response 38. In which strategy, can students acquire information
d. Selecting the same student respondents from various perspectives, and led to reflective
thinking and group consensus?
31. With this specific objective, to reduce fractions to their a. Debate
lowest terms, this is how the teacher developed the b. Small group discussion
lesson. c. Panel discussion
Step 1 – Teacher stated the rule on how to reduce d. Symposium
fractions to their lowest term 39. At the end of my lesson on the role of a teacher in
Step 2 – Teacher wrote 2 , 3 , 4 , 5 , 6 learning, I asked the class: “In what way is a teacher
4 6 8 10 12 an enzyme?” With this question, it engaged the class
and showed how to reduce them to 1 in _______.
2 a. Allegorical thinking
Step 3 – Teacher wrote 3 , 6 , 4 and b. Concrete thinking
9 9 12 c. Metaphorical thinking
showed how to reduce them to their lowest term. d. Symbolical thinking
Step 4 – Teacher gave this written exercise to the 40. Which must be primarily considered in the choice of
class. instructional aide?
Reduce the following fractions to their lowest terms: 3 a. Must stimulate and maintain student interest
, 7, 5, 8, 5, 4 b. Must be updated and relevant to Filipino setting
12 14 10 16 15 6 c. Must be suited to the lesson objective
Did the lesson begin with concrete experience then d. Must be new and skillfully made
developed into the abstract? 41. For lesson clarity and effective retention, which should
a. No a teacher observe, according to Bruner’s theory?
b. Yes, a little a. Begin teaching at the concrete level but go
c. Yes, by way of the examples given by the teacher beyond it by reaching the abstract
d. Yes, the pupils were involved in arriving at the b. Use purely verbal symbols in teaching
rule on reducing fractions to their lowest terms c. Start at the concrete level and end there
32. I want to compare two concepts. Which technique is d. End teaching with verbal symbols
most appropriate? 42. Is it advisable to use realias all the time?
a. Attribute wheel a. No, for the sake of variety of instructional
b. K-W-L techniques materials
c. Venn diagram b. No, only when feasible
d. Spider web organizer c. Yes, because there is no substitute for realias
33. Which activity should a teacher have more for his d. Yes, because it is the real thing
students if he wants them to develop logical- 43. I want my students to look at the issues on the call for
mathematical thinking? President Arroyo to step down from several
a. Focus group discussion perspectives. Which activity is most fitting?
b. Problem solving a. Cross examination c. Symposium
c. Games b. Panel discussion d. Debate
d. Small group discussion 44. I intended to inculcate in my students the value of
order and cleanliness. I begin my lesson by asking
34. I want to use a pre-teaching strategy that will them to share their experiences about the dirtiest and
immediately engage my students in the content and the cleanest place they have seen and how they felt
will enable me to get an insight into how students think about them. From there I lead them to the
and feel about the topic. Which is most appropriate? consequences of dirty and clean home of
a. K-W-L chart c. Graphic surroundings. In my lesson development plan, how do
organizer I proceed?
b. Story boarding d. Document analysis a. Transductively c. Deductively
35. For a discussion of a topic from various perspectives, b. Inductively d. Concretely
it is best to hold a ______.
a. Debate c. Panel discussion 45. Teacher Neri wants to develop the ability of sound
b. Brainstorming d. Symposium judgment in his students. Which of the following
questions should he ask?
a. What is the essayist saying about judging other b. Two groups composed of two persons each
people? c. One, the person and himself
b. With the elements of a good paragraph in mind, d. Four
which one is best written? 54. When I teach skills that are critical to the learning of
c. Why is there so much poverty in a country where the next topics, what should I employ?
there is plenty of natural resources? a. Direct instruction
d. Of the characters in the story, with whom do you b. Mastery learning
identify yourself? c. Socratic method
d. Cooperative learning
46. The teacher is the first audio-visual aid in the 55. I want my students to have mastery learning of a basic
classroom. What does this imply? topic. Which can help?
a. You take care that you follow the fashion or else a. Drill
students won’t listen to you b. Socratic method and drill
b. Your physical appearance and voice should be c. Morrisonian technique and drill
such that students are helped to learn d. Socratic method
c. Make good use of the radio and TV in the 56. Teacher Feng wanted to teach the pupils the skill of
classroom cross stretching. Her check-up quiz was a written test
d. Include singing in your teaching method on the steps of cross stitching. What characteristic of a
good test does it lack?
47. I used the gumamela flower, a complete flower, to a. Predictive validity
teach the parts of a flower. Which method did I use? b. Objectivity
a. Demonstration method c. Reliability
b. Type-study method d. Content validity
c. Drill method 57. In the parlance of test construction, what does TOS
d. Laboratory method mean?
a. Table of Specification
48. A teacher would use a standardized test ______. b. Team of Specifications
a. To serve as a unit test c. Table of Specifics
b. To serve as a final examination d. Terms of Specifications
c. To engage in easy scoring 58. If I favor “assessment for learning,” which will I do
d. To compare her students to national norms most likely?
49. Other than finding out how well the course I. Conduct a pre-test results
competencies were met, Teacher Kathy also wants to II. Teach based on pre-test results
know her students’ performance when compared with III. Give specific feedback to students
other students in the country. What is Teacher Kathy IV. Conduct peer tutoring for students in need of help
interested to do? a. I, II and IV c. I, II and III
a. Formative evaluation b. II, III and IV d. I, II, III and IV
b. Authentic evaluation 59. After a lesson on the atom, the students were asked to
c. Norm-referenced evaluation work on a physical model of the atom to determine
d. Criterion-referenced evaluation learning. For which group of students is building an
50. I want to help my students retain new information. atom model intended?
Which one will I use? a. Interpersonality intelligent
a. Questions c. Games b. Kinesthetically intelligent
b. Mnemonics d. Simulations c. Mathematically intelligent
51. I want to use a diagram to compare the traditional and d. Linguistically intelligent
authentic modes of assessment. Which one is most 60. If I want to develop creative thinking in my students,
fit? which one/s should I use?
a. Affinity diagram I. Problem solving
b. Tree diagram II. Brainstorming
c. Venn diagram III. Dramatics
d. Fishbone diagram a. I and II c. III only
b. II only d. I, II and II
52. A big story in your local newspaper. You want to use
the headlines as an inquiry device. To increase 61. Which is/are effective method/s in teaching students
student participation, you might begin by ____. critical reading skills?
a. Asking one to read the news story and interpret a. Read and interpret three different movie reviews
what he read after b. Interpret editorials about a particular subject from
b. Asking the class to infer connotations and three different newspaper
denotations from the headline c. Distinguish fiction from non-fiction materials
c. Explaining what you believe to be the underlying d. Interpret editorials and read and interpret three
causes different movie reviews
d. Describing the background of the story as you
know it 62. I want to present the characteristics features of a
53. If a triadic interaction includes three (3) persons, how constructivist approach. What should I use?
many persons are included in a dyadic interaction? a. Fishbone diagram
a. Two b. Venn diagram
c. Narrative frame b. Reflect what caused it
d. Attribute wheel c. Force yourself to learn
63. If all of your students in your class passed the pretest, d. Rest
what should you do? 73. What can be said if student performance in a
a. Administer the posttest positively skewed scores distribution?
b. Go through the unit as usual because it is part of a. Most students performed well
the syllabus b. Most students performed poorly
c. Go through the lesson quickly in order not to skip c. Almost all students had averaged performance
any d. A few students performed excellently
d. Go on to the next unit 74. A number of test items in a test are said to be non-
64. Teacher Vicky shows her students a picture of people discriminating? What conclusion/s can be drawn?
in thick jackets. Then she asks them to tell her the I. Teaching or learning was very good.
kind of climate when the picture was taken. If she asks II. The item is so easy that anyone could get it right.
5 questions of this kind and her students do not get III. The item is so difficult that nobody could get it.
them, it is safe to conclude that pupils are quite weak a. II only c. III only
in the skill of _______. b. I and II d. II and III
a. Analyzing c. Synthesizing 75. A test item has a difficulty index of 0.51 and a
b. Inferring d. Generalizing discrimination index of 0.25. What should the teacher
65. Which must go with self-assessment for it to be do?
effective? a. Revise the item
a. Scoring rubric b. Retain the item
b. Consensus of evaluation results from teacher and c. Make it a bonus item
student d. Reject the item
c. External monitor 76. The difficulty index of a test item is 1. This means that
d. Public display of results of self-evaluation _____________.
66. Which group of scores is most varied? The group with a. The test item is a quality item
________. b. The test is very difficult
a. 0.90 SD c. 0.10 SD c. The test is very easy
b. 0.50 SD d. 0.75 SD d. Nobody got the item correctly
67. The main purpose in administering a pretest and a 77. If the compound range is low, this means that
posttest to students is to _____. _____________.
a. Measure gains in learning a. The students performed very well in the test
b. Measure the value of the material taught b. The difference between the highest and the
c. Keep adequate records lowest score is low
d. Accustom the students to frequent testing c. The difference between the highest and the
68. Assessment is said to be authentic when the teacher lowest score is high
________. d. The students performed very poorly in the test
a. Consider students’ suggestion in teaching 78. What is the mastery level of a school division in a 100-
b. Gives valid and reliable paper-and-pencil test item test with a mean of 55?
c. Gives students real-life task to accomplish a. 42% b. 55% c. 45% d.
d. Includes parents in the determination of 50%
assessment procedures 79. A negative discrimination index means that
69. The following are computed means of a hundred-item ____________.
test: Physical science, 38; Math, 52; English, 33. a. The test item has low reliability
Based on the data, which is true? b. More from the lower group answered the test
a. The examinees seem to be very good in Physical item correctly
Science c. The test item could not discriminate between the
b. The Math test appears to be the easiest among lower and upper groups
the three d. More from the upper group got the item correctly
c. The examinees seem to excel in English 80. In an entrance examination, student Anna’s Percentile
d. The English test appears to be the easiest among is 25 (P25). Based on this Percentile rank, which is
the three likely to happen?
70. An examinee whose score is within x + 1 SD belongs a. Student Anna will be admitted
to which of the following groups? b. Student Anna will not be admitted
a. Above average c. Student Anna has 50-50 percent chance to be
b. Average admitted
c. Below average d. Student Anna has 75 percent chance to be
d. Needs improvement admitted
71. Which is true of a bimodal distribution? 81. What does a percentile rank of 62 mean?
a. The scores are neither high nor low a. It is the student’s score in the test
b. The group has two different groups b. The student answered sixty-two (62%) of the
c. The score are high items correctly
d. The score are low c. The student’s score is higher than 62 percent of
72. When you reach the “plateau of learning”, what should all students who took the test
you do? d. Sixty-two percent (62%) of those who took the
a. Forget about learning test scored higher than the individual
82. What does the computer have in common with the may still miss the radiance of the sunset.” Which type
TV? of education should be emphasized as implied by
a. Key board c. Screen Martin Luther King Jr.?
b. File d. Disk drive a. Science and education
83. Which depicts in graphic form the social relations b. Vocational education
present in a group? c. Liberal education
a. Interest inventory d. Technical education
b. Sociogram
c. Anecdotal record 93. Computer-assisted instruction is an offshoot of the
d. Johari’s window theory of _____.
84. Planned ignoring, signal interference, and proximity a. J. Piaget c. B.F. Skinner
control are techniques used in _____. b. J. Brunner d. J. Watson
a. Managing temper tantrums 94. The use of varied teaching and testing strategies on
b. Managing surface behavior account of students’ multiple intelligences is in line
c. Operant conditioning with the thoughts of ______.
d. Life-space interviewing a. Daniel Goleman
85. What should you do to get the child’s attention when b. Jean Piaget
she/he is distracted by an object in the room? c. Howard Gardner
I. Call him by his name and tell him to pay attention d. Benjamin Bloom
II. Put away the distracting influence
III. Involve him in helping with an activity 95. Applying Confucius’s teachings, how would hiring
a. I and II c. II and III personnel select the most fit in government positions?
b. I and III d. I, II and III a. By record evaluation done by an accrediting body
86. Which practice in our present educational system is in b. By government examinations
line with Plato’s thought that “nothing learned under c. By accreditation
compulsion stays with the mind”? d. By merit system
a. Clarification of school policies and classroom 96. “Moral example has a greater effect on pupils’
rules on Day 1 discipline than laws and codes of punishment” is an
b. Presentation of standards of performance in the advice of teachers from _________.
learner a. Confucius c. Lao tzu
c. Making the teaching-learning process interesting b. Mohammed d. Mencius
d. Involving the learner in the determination of 97. “The principle of spontaneity against artificiality will
learning goals make you accomplish something. Leave nature to
87. In Values Education, faith, hope, and love are believed itself and you will have harmony” is an active advice
to be permanent values whether they be valued by from the _____.
people or not. Upon what philosophy is this anchored? a. Hindu c. Shintoist
a. Realism c. Idealism b. Taoist d. Buddhist
b. Existentialism d. Pragmatism 98. The significance of liberal education in holistic
88. In the schools, we teach realities that cannot be development of students is supported by _____.
verified by the senses like an Invisible God or Allah. a. Perennialism
Whose beliefs does this practice negate? b. Pragmatism
a. Stoicists’ c. Skeptics’ c. Confucian teaching
b. Rationalists’ d. Empiricists’ d. Perennialism and Confucian philosophy
89. Which emphasized on non-violence as the path to true
peace as discussed in peace education? 99. Is a sick teacher, the only one assigned in a remote
a. Taoism c. Hinduism school, excused from her teaching duty?
b. Buddhism d. Shintoism a. No, she is the only one assigned in that school
90. I make full use of the question-and-answer as a model b. Yes, teaching is a demanding job
for discussion. From whom is this question-and- c. Yes, she is sick
answer method? d. No, she must abide by her contract
a. Socrates c. Aristotle 100. What is a demonstration of your authority as a
b. Kant d. Plato professional teacher?
a. You make your pupils run errands for you
91. A wife who loves her husband dearly becomes so b. You decide on how to teach a particular lesson
jealous that in a moment of savage rage, kills him. Is c. You absent from class to enjoy your leave
the wife morally responsible and why? even without prior notice
a. Not necessarily. Antecedent passion may d. You select to teach only those lessons which
completely destroy freedom and consequently you have mastered
moral responsibility 101. Which statement on true authority is wrong?
b. Yes, she killed her husband simply because of a. It sets an example
jealousy b. It seeks its own satisfaction and privilege
c. It depends on the case of the wife’s jealousy c. It acts in the best interest of others
d. It depends on the mental health of the wife d. Its goal is to help, form, and guide others
102. When a teacher teaches the idea that it is wrong to
92. Martin Luther King Jr. once said, “Man may think that Filipino lifestyle, products and ideas are
understand all about the rotation of the earth but he
inferior to those of other nationalities, he fights write and secretly distribute copies of your
against ______. anonymous letter against your fellow teacher. What
a. Acculturation c. Ethnocentrism should have been done instead?
b. Xenocentrism d. Culture shock a. If the charge is valid; present such charge
103. Teacher Lolita, a teacher for forty years, refuses to under oath before your school head
attend seminars. She claims that her forty years of b. Ask a third party to write the anonymous letter
teaching is more than all the seminars she is asked to prevent yourself from being involved
to attend. Is her actuation and thinking in c. Talk to the married man with whom she is
accordance with the Code of Ethics for Professional having illicit affair
Teachers? d. Secretly give the anonymous letter only to the
a. No, a professional teacher, regardless of two people concerned
teaching experience, ought to go through 109. Teachers often complain of numerous non-teaching
continuing professional education assignments that adversely affect their teaching.
b. No, non-attendance to seminars means no Does this mean that teachers must be pre-occupied
professional growth only with their teaching?
c. Yes, because she has taught for forty years a. Yes, because teaching is enough full time job
and may have mastered the trade b. Yes, if they are given other assignments,
d. Yes, provided she has an excellent justice demands that they be properly
performance rating compensated
c. No, because every teacher is expected to
104. A principal asked her good teachers to write provide leadership in activities for the
modular lessons in Science, and then she had them betterment of the communities where they live
published with her name printed as author. Which is and work
unethical in this case? d. No, they are also baby sitters especially in the
a. She was the exclusive beneficiary of the pre-school
royalty from the modules 110. My right ends where the rights of others begin.
b. She burdened her teachers with work not What does this mean?
related to teaching a. Rights are not absolute
c. She had the modular lessons published when b. Rights are alienable
they were worth publishing c. Rights are inalienable
d. She got the merit which was due for her d. Rights are absolute
teacher-writers 111. History books used in the schools are replete with
events portraying defeats and weaknesses of the
105. Is it ethical on the part of the teacher to proselyte in Filipino people. In the spirit of nationalism, how
her classroom every Friday? should you tackle them in the classroom?
a. Yes, that strengthens values education a. Present them as they are and tell the class to
b. Yes, that is religious instruction which is accept reality
allowed by the Constitution b. Present the facts and use them as means to
c. No, a teacher shall not engage in the teach and inspire your class
promotion of his/her religious interest in the c. Present the facts and express your feelings of
classroom regret
d. No, proselyting is no longer necessary in this d. Present the facts including those people
age responsible for the failures or for those who
contributed
106. Which can promote national pride among 112. Should an association of teachers obey a Supreme
pupils/students? Court’s decision even if it conflict with its interest
I. Studying the lives of outstanding and opinions?
Filipinos here and abroad a. No
II. Reading the lives of saints of the Church b. Yes
III. Studying Philippine history with emphasis on c. Yes, provided they can make a bargain
the victories and greatness of the Filipino d. No, as a minority group they have the right to
people express their rejection
a. I, II, III c. I & II 113. A teacher does not agree with the selective
b. III only d. I only retention policy of the school and she openly talks
107. Why is the exodus of Filipino professionals against it in her classes. Is her behavior ethical?
described as “brain drain”? a. Yes, provided she got the permission from her
I. Those who go abroad are usually the superior to talk against the policy
better b. No, it is her duty to faithfully carry it out even if
II. Filipino professionals serve other countries she does not agree
instead c. No, in fact she is quite confused and passes
III. They contribute to nation building through their on her confusion to others
dollar remittances d. Yes, she is entitled to her opinion just as
a. I, II, III b. I only c. II only d. I & II everybody is
108. You want to report on a colleague's act of 114. If you have a problem with another teacher, the first
immorality. You don't have the courage to confront step towards resolution should be for you to:
her. To end her illicit affair with a married man you a. Talk directly with the teacher involved
b. Ask your fellow teachers to intercede on your d. Up to the second phase of the lesson only
behalf CASE #2 – In a faculty recollection, the teachers were
c. Ask your fellow teachers for their suggestions asked to share their thoughts of the learner, their primary
d. Discuss it with your principal customer. What follow is the gist of what were shared:
115. What is ethical for you to do if deep within your Teacher A - “The learner is a product of his environment.
heart you do not agree with the school policy on Sometimes he has no choice. He is determined by his
student absences? environment.”
a. Be vocal about your feeling and opinion Teacher B - “The learner can choose what he can become
against the policy despite his environment.”
b. Understand the policy and support the school Teacher C - “The learner is a social being who learns well
in its implementation through an active interplay with other.”
c. Argue with your superior to convince him to Teacher D - “The learner is a rational being. Schools
change the policy should develop his rational and moral powers.”
d. Keep your feeling to yourself but make 121. Whose philosophical concept is that of Teacher A?
insinuations that you are against it while you a. Rationalist c. Existentialist
teach b. Behaviorist d. Progressivist
CASE #1 – Mrs. Domingo developed a lesson on the 122. Teacher B's response comes from the mouth of
concept of fraction this way: First, she presented one pizza, a/an:
and then asked a pupil to cut it into two. She called one a. Behaviorist c. Essentialist
part of the pizza 1/2 and the two parts of 2/2. Then she wrote b. Existentialist d. Perennialist
1
/2 and 2/2 on the board. She proceeded to ask another pupil 123. If you agree with Teacher C, you are more of a/an:
to divide the half parts of the cake into two again, and then a. Perennialist c. Essentialist
wrote 1/2, 2/4 and 3/4. Then she used the model of fractions b. Rationalist d. Progressivist
(wooden circles) divided into 2, 3 and 4 show 1/2, 1/4, 1/3, 2/4. 124. If you identify yourself with Teacher D, you adhere
Then she went back to the fractions she wrote on the to what philosophy?
board. She asked her pupils for the meaning of 1/2, 1/3, 1/4, a. Progressivist c. Existentialist
2
/4 . b. Behaviorist d. Perennialist
116. Did Mrs. Domingo follow Bruner's three stage 125. Whose response denies man's free will?
development of knowledge? a. Teacher A c. Teacher D
a. Yes b. Teacher C d. Teacher B
b. No CASE #3 – School Head Amilia wants her teachers to be
c. Only in the first stage constructivist in their teaching orientation.
d. Cannot be determined because the lesson was 126. Which material will her teachers most likely use?
not developed fully a. Facts c. Time-tested principles
117. In the context of Bruner's principle of knowledge b. Hypotheses d. Laws
representation, which is the enactive phase of the 127. Which material will her teachers most likely avoid?
lesson on fractions? a. Unquestionable laws
a. Presenting the pizza and cutting it into two and b. Open-ended topics
four c. Problems or cases
b. Using the model of fractions d. Controversial issues
c. Writing the fractions 1/2, 1/4 and 1/3 on the 128. On which assumption/s is/are the principal's action
board anchored?
d. Asking the meaning of 1/2, 1/4 and 1/3 I. Students learn by personally
118. Would it be easier to understand and retain the constructing meaning of what is taught
concept of fractions if Mrs. Domingo began the II. Students construct and reconstruct meanings
lesson on fractions with the meaning of 1/2, 1/3, 1/4, based on experiences
etc.? III. Students derive meaning from the meaning
a. Yes, provided we proceed to the concrete that teacher gives
b. No, for better learning we proceed from the a. I only c. I and II
concrete to the abstract b. I and III d. II only
c. It depends on the teaching skills of the 129. Which does School Head Amilia want her teachers
teacher to do?
d. Yes, provided we include a concrete a. Require their students to come up with a
application of the abstract construct of the lesson
119. Which part of the lesson is the symbolic stage? b. Make their students derive meaning from what
a. Using the model of fractions is presented
b. Dividing the pizza further into four c. Let their students construct meaningful
c. Dividing the pizza into two sentences based on the lesson
d. Writing the fractions 1/2, 1/4, 1/3, 2/4 on the board d. Give the meaning of what they present in class
120. Does the development of the lesson on fraction 130. Which one should her teachers then avoid?
conform to the bottom-up arrangement of the Students':
learning experiences in Edgar Dale's Cone of a. Reflection
Experience? b. Self-directed learning
a. No c. Memorization of facts for testing
b. Cannot be determined d. Inquiry
c. Yes
CASE #4 – On the first day of school, Teacher Yveta 8. Are the families presented well at water conservation?
oriented her class on procedures to be observed in passing Why or why not?
papers, getting textbooks from and returning the same on 9. What generalization can you draw about water
the bookshelf, leaving the room for necessity, and consumption and size of families?
conducting group work. She arranged the chairs in such a 136. Is there any convergent question from #1 to #8?
way that students can interact and can move around a. Yes, question #4
without unnecessarily distracting those seated. She b. Yes, question #7
involved the class in the formulation of rules to ensure c. Yes, question #8
punctuality, order and cleanliness in the classroom. d. None
131. On what belief is Teacher Yveta's management 137. Which question technique/s of Mr. Santo do(es) not
practice anchored? enhance interaction?
a. Classroom rules need to be imposed for I. Asking high-level questions
order's sake II. Calling only on those who raised their hands
b. The classroom environment affects learning III. Calling on someone before asking the question
a. II and III c. III only
c. A teacher must lord her power over her b. I and II d. I and III
students to be an effective classroom manager 138. Which statement on “wait time” is correct?
d. A reactive classroom management style is a. The higher the level of the question, the longer
effective the wait time
132. Teacher Yveta involved her students in the b. Wait time turns off slow thinking students
formulation of class rules. Which describes her c. For quality response, “what” and “why”
classroom management style? questions require equal wait time
a. Benevolent c. Democratic d. Wait time discourages the brighter group of
b. Authoritarian d. Laissez-faire students
133. Which adjective appropriately describes Teacher 139. To connect the lesson on water conservation to the
Yveta as a classroom manager? life of the students, which question is most
a. Proactive c. Reactive appropriate?
b. Modern d. Traditional a. How can you help conserve water?
134. Was it sound classroom management practice for b. Based on you observations, in what ways for
Teacher Yveta to have involved the students in the people contribute to water wastage?
formulation of class rules? c. What maybe the reason why even if Family B
a. No, it weakens the teacher's authority over her is not as big as Family C, it consumes much
students more water than Family C?
b. Yes, it makes students feel a sense of d. Among the families, who contributes most to
ownership of the rules water conservation?
c. Yes, it lessens a teacher's work 140. Were all the questions of Mr. Santo divergent?
d. No, it is a students' act of usurpation of a. Yes c. No
teacher’s power b. No, except #4 d. Yes, except #1
135. Which assumption underlies Teacher Yveta's
classroom management practice? CASE #6 – With a topic on the human circulatory system,
a. Classroom routines are boring and will work Teacher Jan formulated the following lesson objectives:
when imposed 1. Given a model of the human circulatory system, the
b. Classroom routines leave more time for class student must be able to understand the route of blood
instruction circulation
c. Students need to be treated like adults to 2. After discussing the process of blood circulation, the
learn responsibility teacher must be able to lead the pupils in enumerating
d. Teacher's personality is a critical factor in circulatory system-related diseases and in citing the
classroom discipline causes and prevention of such diseases.
141. Is objective #1 in accordance with the principles of
CASE #5 – Mr. Santo's lesson was on water conservation. lesson objective formulation?
He presented a graph that compared water consumption of a. No, the word “understand” is not a behavioral
small and big families. Before he asked any of the term
questions, he asked someone to stand up to give an b. No, it is not attainable
answer. He called only on those who raised their hands. c. Yes, “understand” is an action word
The questions he asked were: d. Yes, it is very specific
1. What do you see in the graph? 142. How can you improve objective #2?
2. How do you compare the water consumption of small a. Remove the phrase “After discussing the
and big families? process of blood circulation.”
3. Why do most of the big families consume more water b. Formulate it from the learner's point of view
than the smaller families? c. Cut it short; the statement is quite long
4. Do all the small families consume less water than the d. No need to improve on it
big families? Explain your answer. 143. Do both objectives include a criterion of success, an
5. In your opinion, why does one small family consume element of a lesson objective cited by Robert
more water than one big family? Mager?
6. In what ways is water wasted? a. Only objective #1 has
7. What are ways of conserving water? b. Only objective #2 has
c. No, they don't b. Associationist d. Humanist
d. Yes, they do 152. Which philosophy approves of a teacher who lectures
144. Is objective #2 in accordance with the principles of most of the time and requires his students to
lesson objective formulation? memorize the rules of grammar?
a. No, it does not describe pupils' learning a. Existentialism c. Pragmatism
behavior b. Realism d. Idealism
b. Yes, it is formulated from the point of view of 153. Teacher Nikka wants to check prior knowledge of her
the teacher pupils about water pollution. She writes the main topic
c. No, it is very broad water pollution in the center of the chalkboard and
d. Yes, it describes teacher's teaching activity encircles it. Then, she ask the pupils to provide
145. Which one is the measurable learning behavior in information that can be clustered around the main
objective #1? topic. Which technique did the teacher employ?
a. Able to understand a. Vocabulary building
b. Route of blood circulation b. Semantic mapping
c. To understand c. Demonstration
d. None d. Deductive teaching
154. The current emphasis on the development of critical
CASE #7 – Teacher Fantina has a hard time getting the thinking by the use of philosophic methods that
attention of her class. When she checks for understanding emphasize debate and discussion began with:
of the lesson after a usual forty-five minute lecture, she a. Aristotle c. Confucius
finds out that only one or two can answer her questions. b. Socrates d. Plato
This has become a pattern so one time, when the class 155. Which refers to a single word or phrase that tells the
could not answer, she gave a test. computer to do something with a program or file?
146. What does the inattentiveness of most of Teacher a. Computer program c. Computer language
Fantina's students confirm? b. Password d. Command
a. The “ripple effect” of behavior 156. In instructional planning, which among these three;
b. The lack of academic preparation of some unit plan, course plan, lesson plan is most specific?
teachers _________ plan.
c. The strange behaviors of today's students a. Course c.
d. The stubbornness of student groups Resources
b. Unit d. Lesson
147. Which method in dealing with classroom 157. The first American teachers on the Philippines were:
management problem is better than that of Teacher a. Missionaries
Fantina? b. Soldiers
a. Low level force and private communication c. Graduates of the normal school
b. Low level force and public communication d. Elementary graduates
c. High level force and private communication 158. By which process do children become participating
d. High level force and public communication and functioning members of society by fitting into an
148. Can the inattentiveness of Teacher Fantina's class organized way to life?
be attributed to her use of the lecture method? a. Socialization c. Accommodation
a. Yes, if the lecture was not interactive b. Acculturation d. Assimilation
b. Yes, if Teacher Fantina is an experienced 159. What is the mean of this score distribution 4, 5, 6, 7, 8,
teacher 9, 10?
c. No, if the students are intelligent a. 7.5 b. 8.5 c. 6 d. 7
d. Cannot be determined 160. Which is a teaching approach for kindergartens that
149. With the principles of learning in mind, which one makes real world experiences of the child the focal
can help Teacher Fantina solve her student point of educational stimulation?
disciplinary problem? a. Situation approach
a. Call on their first names b. Traditional approach
b. Do interactive teaching c. Montessori approach
c. Change seat plan of the class d. Eclectic approach
d. Assign monitors in class 161. Which among the following graphic organizers used
150. Which act of Teacher Fantina is contrary to the helps to show events in chronological order?
principles of teaching? a. Time line and story map
a. Asking questions to check for understanding b. Time line and cycle
c. Series of events chart and story map
b. Giving a lecture d. Time line and series of events chart
c. Checking for understanding of the lesson in
the process of teaching 162. Which schools are subject to supervision, regulation
d. Giving a test to discipline the class and control by the state?
151. Teacher Leon gives his students opportunities to be a. Public, private sectarian and non-sectarian
creative because of his conviction that much learning schools
results from the need to express creativity. On which b. Public schools
theory is Teacher Leon’s conviction anchored? c. Sectarian and non-sectarian schools
______ theory d. Private schools
a. Behaviorist c. Cognitive
163. Which among following can help student development a. Questioning
the habit of critical thinking? b. Inductive reasoning
a. Blind obedience of authority c. Modeling
b. A willingness to suspend judgment until d. Interactive teaching
sufficient evidence is presented 173. Which program is DepEd’s vehicle in mobilizing
c. Asking convergent questions support from the private and non-government sectors
d. Asking low level questions to support programs based on DepEd’s menu of
assistance packages?
164. Teacher Nelda wants to develop in her pupils a. Chili-Friendly-School System
comprehension skills. What order of skills will she b. Adopt-A-School-Program
develop? c. Every Child A Reader Program
I. Literal comprehension d. Brigada Eskwela
II. Interpretation 174. Researchers gave rats a dose of 3-m butyl phthalide
III. Critical evaluation and measured changes in the rats blood pressure.
IV. Integration This statement is best classified as
a. II-III-IV-I c. I-II-III-IV a. Experiment c. Hypothesis
b. III-IV-I-II d. IV-III-II-I b. Prediction d. Finding
165. An integrative, conceptual approach introduced by
Roldan that has as its highest levels in the 175. The right hemisphere of the brain is involved with the
development of _____ thinking skills. following functions except:
a. Interpretative c. Critical a. Visual functions
b. Creative d. Literal b. Nonverbal functions
166. If a student thinks about thinking, he is involved in the c. Intuitive functions
process called ________. d. Detail-oriented functions
a. Higher order thinking 176. To build a sense of pride among Filipino youth, which
b. Metacognition should be done?
c. Critical thinking a. Re-study our history from the perspective of
d. Creative thinking our colonizer
167. The use of drills in the classroom is rooted on b. Re-study our history and stress on our
Thorndike’s law of: achievements as a people
a. Readiness c. Exercise c. Replace the study of folklores and myths
b. Effect d. with technical subjects
Belongingness d. Set aside the study of local history
168. The following are some drill techniques, except:
a. Challenging students to be above the level 177. Which is in accordance with the “with-it-ness” principle
of the class of classroom management of Kounin?
b. Asking pupils to repeat answers a. Students agree to disagree in class
c. Giving short quiz and having students grade discussions
papers b. Teacher is fully aware of what is happening
d. Assigning exercises from a workbook in his classroom
169. The process of task analysis ends up in the c. Student is with his teacher in everything he
formulation of: teaches
a. Instructional objectives d. Both parents and teachers are involved in
b. Enabling objectives the education of children
c. Goals of learning
d. Behavioral objectives 178. Below are questions that must be considered in
developing appropriate learning activity experiences
170. For city-bred students to think that their culture is except one. Which is it?
better than those from the province is a concrete a. Can experiences benefit the pupils?
example of ____. b. Do the experiences save the pupils from
a. Ethical relativism c. Cultural relativism learning difficulties?
b. Ethnocentrism d. Xenocentrism c. Are the experiences in accordance with the
171. Who were the Thomasites? patterns of pupils?
a. The first American teachers that help in d. Do the experiences encourage pupils to
establishing the public educational system in inquire further?
the Philippines 179. Which is a characteristic of an imperfect type of
b. The soldiers who doubted the success of the matching test?
public educational system to be set in the a. An item may have no answer at all
Philippines b. An answer may be repeated
c. The first religious group who came to the c. There are two or more distracters
Philippines on board the US transports d. The items in the right and left columns are
Thomas equal in number
d. The devotees to St. Thomas Aquinas who 180. Which is a proactive management practice?
came to evangelize a. Tell them that you enforce the rules on
172. Which teaching activity is founded on Bandura's social everyone, no exception
learning theory?
b. Set and clarify your rules and expectation on c. Access and quality
Day 1 d. Effectiveness and efficiency
c. Punish the misbehaving pupils in the 190. Here are raw scores in a quiz 97, 95, 85, 83, 77, 75,
presence of their classmates 50, 10, 5, 2, 1. To get a picture of the group’s
d. Stress on penalty for every violation performance which measure of central tendency is
181. “Specialization is knowing more and more about less most reliable?
and less. Then it is better to be a generalist,” claims a. Median
Teacher Patty. On which philosophy does Teacher b. Mode
Patty learn? c. Mean
a. Essentialism c. Perennialism d. None, it is best to look at the individual
b. Progressivism d. Existentialism scores
182. I like to develop the synthesizing skills of my students.
Which one should I do? 191. Which objective in the affective domain is the lowest
a. Ask my students to formulate a level?
generalization from the data shown in the a. To accumulate examples of authenticity
graphs b. To support viewpoints against abortion
b. Direct my students to point out which part of c. To respond positively to a comment
the graph are right and which part is wrong d. To formulate criteria for honestly
c. Ask my students to answer the questions 192. “Using the six descriptions of elements of good short
beginning with “what if” story, IDENTIFY IN WRITING THE SHORT STORY
d. Tell my students to state data presented in BY O. HENRY, with complete accuracy.” The words in
the graph capital letters are referred to as the ____________.
183. To reach out to clientele who cannot be in the a. Criterion of success
classroom for one reason or another, which of the b. Condition
following was established? c. Performance statement
a. Informal d. Minimum acceptable performance
b. Special education (SPED)
c. Pre-school education 193. You have presented a lesson on animal protective
d. Alternative learning delivery system coloration. At the end, you ask if there are any
184. Tira enjoys games like scrabble, anagrams and questions. There are none. You can take this to mean
password. Which type of intelligence is strong in Tira? that ______.
a. Interpersonal intelligence a. The students are not interested in the lesson
b. Linguistic intelligence b. You need to ask specific questions to elicit
c. Logical and mathematical intelligence responses
d. Spatial intelligence c. The students did not understand what you
185. Teacher Milla observes cleanliness and order in the were talking about
classroom to create a conducive atmosphere for d. The students understood everything you
learning. On which theory is her practice based? presented
a. Psychoanalysis 194. Teacher Vina feels offended by her supervisor’s
b. Gestalt psychology unfavorable comments after a classroom supervision.
c. Behaviorism She concludes that her supervisor does not like her.
d. Humanistic psychology Which Filipino trait is demonstrated by Teacher Vina?
186. Which learning principles is the essence of Gardner’s a. Extreme family-centeredness
theory of multiple intelligences? b. Extreme personalism
a. Almost all learners are linguistically c. “Kanya-kanya” syndrome
intelligent d. Superficial religiously
b. Intelligence is not measured on one form 195. Teachers are encouraged to make use of authentic
c. Learners have different IQ level assessments such as:
d. Learners have static IQ a. De-contextualized drills
187. Who asserted that children must be given the b. Unrealistic performances
opportunity to explore and work on different materials c. Answering multiple choices test items
so that they will develop the sense of initiative instead d. Real world application of lessons learned
of guilt? 196. What does the principle of individual difference require
a. Kohlberg c. Maslow teachers to do?
b. Erickson d. Gardner a. Give less attention to gifted learners
188. Teacher Ada uses direct instruction strategy. Which b. Provide for a variety of learning activities
will she first do? c. Treat all learners alike while teaching
a. Presenting and structuring d. Prepare modules for slow learners in class
b. Independent practice
c. Guided student practice 197. The source of energy responsible for life on earth is
d. Reviewing the previous day’s work the ______.
189. The free public elementary and secondary educations a. Moon c. Star
in the country are in the line with the government effort b. Wind d. Sun
to address educational problems of _________. 198. Which quotation goes with a proactive approach to
a. Productivity discipline?
b. Relevance and quality
a. “An ounce of prevention is better than a b. RA 4670 d. RA 9263
pound of cure.” 206. The State shall protect and promote the right of
b. “Do not make a mountain out of a molehill.” citizens to quality education at all levels. Which
c. “Walk your talk.” government program is in support of this?
d. “Do not smile until Christmas.” a. Exclusion of children with special needs
from the formal system
199. I’d like to test whether a student knows what a b. Free elementary and secondary education
particular word means. What should I ask the student c. Deregulated tuition fee hike
to do? d. Re-introduction of the NEAT and NSAT
a. Give the word a tune then sing it 207. The American Teachers who were recruited to help
b. Define the word set the public educational system in the Philippines
c. Spell the word and identify its part of speech during the American regime were called Thomasite’s
d. Give the etymology of the word because:
a. They were devotees of St. Thomas Aquinas
200. Study this matching type of test. Then answer the b. They disembarked from the CIS Transport
question below. called Thomas
1. Measure of a. Mean c. They first taught at the University of Sto.
relationship b. Standard Deviation Tomas
2. Measure of central c. Rho d. They arrived in the Philippines on the feast
tendency d. T-ratio of St. Tomas
3. Binet-Simon e. Intelligence testing 208. Zazha exhibits fear response to freely roaming dogs
4. Statistical test of movement but does not show fear when a dog is on a leash or
mean difference confined to a pen. Which conditioning process is
5. Measure of illustrated?
variability a. Generalization c. Discrimination
Which among the following is a way to improve the b. Acquisition d. Extinction
above matching test? 209. The Filipino learner envisioned by the Department of
a. Add five items in both columns Education is one who is imbued with the desirable
b. Add one or two items in the right column values of person who is:
c. Add ten items in both columns to make the test a. Makabayan, makatao, makakalikasan at
more comprehensive maka-Diyos
d. Add one or two items in the left column b. Makabayan, makatao, makahalaman, at
maka-Diyos
201. A teacher’s quarrel with a parent makes her develop a c. Makabayan, makasarili, makakalikasan, at
feeling of prejudice against the parent’s child. The maka-Diyos
teacher’s unfavorable treatment of the child is an d. Makabayan, makakaragatan, makatao, at
influence of what Filipino trait? maka-Diyos
a. Lack of self-reflection 210. The right hemisphere of the brain is involved with the
b. Extreme personalism following function except:
c. Extreme family-centeredness a. Intuitive functions
d. “Sakop-mentality” b. Nonverbal functions
c. Visual functions
202. In the context of grading, what is referred to as d. Detail-oriented functions
teacher’s generosity error? A teacher _______. 211. What function is associated with the right brain?
a. Rewards students who perform well a. Visual, non-verbal, logical
b. In overgenerous with praise b. Visual, intuitive, non-verbal
c. Has a tendency to give high grades as c. Visual, intuitive, logical
compare to the rest d. Visual, logical, detail-oriented
d. Gives way to students’ bargain for no more 212. Principal Connie tells her teachers that training in the
quiz humanities is most important. To which education
203. For mastery learning and in line with outcome-based philosophy does he adhere?
evaluation model which element should be present? a. Existentialism c. Essentialism
a. Inclusion of non-performance objectives b. Progressivism d. Perennialism
b. Construction of criterion-referenced tests 213. Behavior followed by pleasant consequences will be
c. Construction of norm-referenced tests strengthened and will be more likely to occur in the
d. Non-provision of independent learning future. Behavior followed by unpleasant
204. Which statement about standard deviation is correct? consequences will be weakened and will be less likely
a. The higher the standard deviation the more to be repeated in the future. Which one is explained?
spread the scores are a. Freud’s psychoanalytic theory
b. The lower the standard deviation the more b. Thorndike’s law of effect
spread the scores are c. B.F. Skinner’s Operant conditioning theory
c. The higher the standard deviation the less d. Bandura’s social learning theory
spread the scores are 214. Theft of school equipment like TV, computer, etc. by
d. It is a measure of central tendency people on the community itself is becoming a common
205. What is the Teacher’s Professionalism Act? phenomenon. What does this signify?
a. RA 7836 c. RA 7722 a. Prevalence of poverty in the community
b. Inability of school to hire security guards c. The human digestive system projected on
c. Deprivation of Filipino schools an OHP
d. Community’s lack of sense of co-ownership d. Drawing of human digestive system on a
215. The main purpose of compulsory study of the page of a textbook
Constitution is to _____. 224. Which one is in support of greater interaction?
a. Develop students into responsible, thinking a. Repeating the question
citizen b. Not allowing a student to complete a
b. Acquaint students with the historical response
development of the Philippine Constitution c. Probing
c. Make constitutional experts of the students d. Selecting the same student respondents
d. Prepare students for law-making 225. Which is/are effective methods/s in teaching students
216. Which goals of educational institution, as provided for critical reading skills?
by the Constitution, is the development of work skills a. Interpret editorials about a particular subject
aligned? from three different newspapers
a. To develop moral character b. Read and interpret three different movie
b. To develop vocational efficiency reviews
c. To teach the duties of citizenship c. Distinguish fiction from non-fiction materials
d. To inculcate love of country d. Interpret editorials and read and interpret
217. Complete this analogy: three different movie reviews
Spanish period: moral and religious person. 226. Which is true of a bimodal score distribution?
American period: _______ a. The group tested has two different groups
b. The scores are neither high nor low
a. Productive citizen c. Patriotic citizen c. The scores are high
b. Self-reliant citizen d. Caring citizen d. The scores are low
218. Who is remembered for his famous quotation? “My 227. What is the mastery level of school in a 100 item test
loyalty to may party ends where my loyalty to my with a mean of 55?
country begins.” a. 42% b. 50% c. 45% d. 55%
a. Carlos P. Garcia c. Manuel L.
Quezon 228. Who stressed the idea that students cannot learn if
b. Ferdinand Marcos d. Manuel Roxas their basic needs are not first met?
219. Here is a question: “Is the paragraph a good one? a. Thorndike
Evaluate.” If broken down to simplify, which is the best b. Maslow
simplification? c. Wertheimer
a. Is the paragraph a good one? Why or why d. Operant conditioning
not?
b. Why is the paragraph a good one? Prove 229. A person, who has had painful experience as the
c. If you asked to evaluate something, what do dentist’s office, may become fearful at the mere sight
you do? Evaluate the paragraph of the dentist’s office building. What theory can explain
d. What are the qualities of a good paragraph? this?
Does the paragraph have these qualities? a. Attribution theory
220. Manunulat ang tatay mo kaya sa personal mong b. Classical conditioning
kagustuhan makasunod sa kanyang mga yapak, c. Generalization
magsusulat ka. Ano ang kahulugan ng pagsusulat? d. Operant conditioning
a. Proseso na nagsisimula sa idea o
karanasan 230. I want my students to have mastery learning of a basic
b. Makalikha ng mga salita, pangungusap at topic. Which of the following can help?
talata a. Socratic method and drill
c. Kakayahan ng tao na makapagtala o b. Drill
makapagimprenta ng malinaw c. Socratic method
d. Pagpili ng paksa at pagsasaliksik d. None of the above
221. Anong bahagi ng pananalita ang nasa malaking titik? 231. As a teacher you are a skeptic. Which among these
Malungkot ANG MGA nagtapos na wala pang trabaho. will be your guiding principle?
a. Pananda c. Pariralang pantukoy a. I must teach the child to the fullest
b. Pang-ukol d. Pangatnig b. I must teach the child every knowledge, skill, and
222. Which is NOT a characteristic of education during the value that he needs for a better future
pre-Spanish era? c. I must teach the child that we can never have real
a. Vocational training-oriented knowledge of anything
b. Structured d. I must teach the child so he is assured
c. Unstructured 232. With forms of prompting in mind, which group is
d. Informal arranged from least to most instructive prompting?
223. Which is closest to the real human digestive system a. Verbal, physical, gestural
for study in the classroom? b. Verbal, gestural, physical
a. Model of the human digestive system c. Gestural, physical, verbal
b. Drawing of the human digestive system on d. Physical, gestural, verbal
the board 233. In which way does heredity affect the development of
the learner?
a. By providing equal potential to all I. You accept every student as full and valued
b. By making acquired traits hereditary member of the class and school community
c. By compensating for what environment fails II. Your special attention is on learners with specific
to develop learning or social needs
d. By placing limits beyond which the learner III. You address the needs of the class as a whole
cannot develop within the context of the learners with specific
234. In writing performance objectives, which word is not learning or social needs
acceptable? a. II only c. I only
a. Integrate c. Manipulate b. I and II d. I and III
b. Delineate d. Comprehend 244. Which will be the most authentic assessment tool for
235. For which lesson objective will a teacher use the direct an instructional objective on working with and relating
instruction method? to people?
a. Distinguish war from aggression a. Organizing a community project
b. Appreciate Milton’s Paradise Lost b. Writing articles on working and relating to
c. Use a microscope properly people
d. Become aware of the pollutants in the c. Home visitation
environment d. Conducting mock election
236. To encourage introspection, which teaching method is 245. Here is a test item:
MOST appropriate? “From the data presented in the table, form
a. Cognitive c. Process generalizations that are supported by the data.” Under
b. Reflective d. Cooperative learning what type of question does this item fall?
237. With indirect instruction in mind, which does not a. Convergent c. Application
belong to the group? b. Evaluative d. Divergent
a. Lecture-recitation 246. I want to teach concepts, patterns, and abstractions.
b. Experiential method Which method will be most appropriate?
c. Inductive method a. Discovery c. Direct instruction
d. Discovery method b. Indirect instruction d. Problem solving
238. A master teacher is the resource speaker in an in- 247. We are very much interested in a quality professional
service training. He presented the situated learning development program for teachers. What
theory and encouraged his colleagues to apply the characteristic should we look for?
same in class. Which of the following did he not a. Required for renewal of professional license
encourage his colleagues to do? b. Prescribed by top educational leader
a. Apprenticeship c. Responsive to identified teacher’s needs
b. Decontextualized teaching d. Dependent on the availability of funds
c. Learning as it normally occurs 248. What principle is violated by overusing the
d. Authentic problem solving chalkboards, as though it is the only education
239. I want to engage my students in small group technology available?
discussions. Which topic lends itself to a lively a. Isolated use c. Variety
discussion? b. Flexibility d. Uniformity
a. The exclusion of Pluto as a planet 249. Which statement applies correctly to Edgar Dale’s
b. The meaning of the law of supply and “CONE of experience”?
demand a. The farther you are from the base, the more
c. The law of inertia direct the learning experience becomes
d. Rules on subject-verb agreement b. The farther you are from the bottom, the
240. Teacher Joshua discovered that his pupils are weak in more direct the learning experience
comprehension. To further in which particular skill(s) becomes
his pupils are weak, which test should Teacher Joshua c. The close you are to the base, the more
give? indirect the learning experience become
a. Standardized test c. Placement d. The closer you are to the base, the more
b. Aptitude test d. Diagnostic direct the learning experience becomes
241. The students of Teacher Kath scan an electronic 250. To teach the democratic process to the pupils.
encyclopedia, view a film on the subject, or look at Santo Domingo Elementary School decided that the
related topics at the touch of a button right there in the election of class officers shall be patterned after
classroom. Which devices does teacher Kath’s class local elections. There are qualities set for
have? candidates, limited period for campaign, rules for
a. Videotape lesson c. Video disc posting campaign materials, etc. Which of the
b. Teaching machine d. CD following did the school use?
242. If my approach to my lesson is behaviorist, what a. Symposium c. Role playing
features will dominate my lesson? b. Simulation d. Philips 66
I. Lecturing III. Reasoning 251. Which of the following are effective methods in
II. Copying notes IV. Demonstration teaching student critical reading skills?
a. III, IV c. I, II, III, I. Interpret editorials
IV II. Read and interpret three different movie
b. I, III, IV d. II, III, IV reviews
243. You practice inclusive education. Which of these III. Read a position paper and deduce underlying
applies to you? assumptions of the position papers
a. II and III c. I and II 259. Bruner’s theory on intellectual development moves
b. I and III d. I, II and III from enactive to iconic and symbolic stages.
252. Here is a test item: Applying Bruner’s theory, how would you teach?
“The improvement of basic education should be the a. Begin with the abstract
top priority of the Philippine government. Defend b. Be interactive in approach
and refute the position.” c. Begin with the concrete
Under what type of question does this test item fall? d. Do direct instruction
a. Low-level c. Analysis
b. Evaluative d. Convergent 260. Teacher Nene asked this question: “What
253. Teacher Jenny teaches a lesson in which students conclusion can you draw based on your
must recognize that ¼ is the same as 0.25. They observation?” Nobody raised a hand so she asked
use this relationship to determine that 0.15 and 0.20 another question: “Based on what you observe,
are slightly less than ¼. Which of the following what can you now say about the reaction of plants
concept/s is/are being taught? to light.” What did Teacher Nene do?
a. Numeration skills a. Redirecting c. Repeating
b. Place value of decimals b. Probing d. Rephrasing
c. Numeration skills for decimal and relationship
between fractions and decimals 261. Under no circumstance shall a teacher be
d. Relationship between fractions and decimals prejudiced nor discriminatory against any learner
254. To nurture student’s creativity, which activity should according to the Code of Ethics. When is a teacher
the teacher avoid? prejudice against any learner?
a. Ask “what if” questions a. When he makes a nearsighted pupil sit at the
b. Ask divergent thinking questions front
c. Emphasize the need to give right answer b. When he considers multiple intelligences in the
d. Be open to “out-of-this world” ideas choice of his teaching strategies
c. When he makes a farsighted pupil sit at the
255. After reading an essay, Teacher Bebe wants to help back
sharpen her students’ ability to interpret. Which of d. When he refuses a pupil with a slight physical
these activities will be most appropriate? disability in class
a. Drawing conclusions
b. Making inferences 262. Which learning activity is most appropriate if
c. Getting the main idea teacher’s focus in attitudinal change?
d. Listing facts separately from opinion a. Role play c. Exhibit
b. Field trip d. Game
256. What is the best way to develop math concepts? 263. The mode of a score distribution is 25. This means
a. Solving problems using multiple approaches that:
b. Solving problems by looking for correct answer a. There is no score of 25
c. Learning math as applied to situations such as b. Twenty five (25) is the score that occurs most
being a tool of science c. Twenty five is the average of the score
d. Solving problems by applying learned formulas distribution
257. Teacher Cita, an experienced teacher, does daily d. Twenty five is the score that occurs least
review of past lessons in order to ________. 264. The following characterize a child-centered
a. Provide her pupils with a sense of continuity kindergarten except:
b. Introduce a new lesson a. Focus on the education of the whole child
c. Reflect on how she presented the previous b. Importance of play in development
lesson c. Extreme orientation on academic
d. Determine who among her pupils are studying d. Emphasis on individual uniqueness
265. As a classroom manager, how can you exhibit
258. Research says that mastery experiences increase expert power on the first day of school?
confidence and willingness to try similar or more a. By citing to my students the important of good
challenging tasks such as reading. What does this grades
imply for children reading performance? b. By making my students feel my authority over
a. Children who have mastered basic skills are them
more likely to be less motivated to read c. By making them feel a sense of
because they get fed up with too much reading belongingness and acceptance
b. Children who have not mastered the basic d. By making my students feel I know what I am
skills are more likely to be motivated to read in talking about
order to gain mastery over basic skills 266. Which may help an adolescent discover his
c. Children who have a high sense of self- identity?
confidence are not necessarily those who can a. Parents pushing in to follow a specific path
read b. Relating to people
d. Children who have gained mastery over basic c. Decision to follow one path only
skills are more motivate to read d. Exploring many different roles in a healthy
manner
267. Which terms refers to a teacher helping a colleague
grow professionally?
a. Technology transfer Which statistical measure should be used to identify
b. Peer mentoring the top 15?
c. Facilitating a. Percentage score
d. Independent study b. Mean percentage score
268. What primary criterion should guide a teacher in the c. Quartile score
choice of instructional devices? d. Percentile score
a. Novelty c. Appropriateness 277. Which is the true foundation of the social order?
b. Cost d. Attractiveness a. Strong, political leadership
269. Some of your students don’t seem to like you as b. The reciprocation of rights and duties
their teacher. If you will regard the situation, on the c. Equitable distribution of wealth
level of the ego, what will you most likely think d. Obedient citizenry
about? 278. With which is true authority equated?
a. Why should I care if they like me or not a. Service c. Suppression
b. To hell with them b. Power d. Coercion
c. What’s wrong have I done to deserve this? 279. The following are sound specific purposes of
d. What is it about me that they do not like? questions except:
270. Which of the following is considered a peripheral a. To stimulate learners to ask questions
device? b. To call the attention of an inattentive student
a. Printer c. CPU c. To arouse interest and curiosity
b. Keyboard d. Monitor d. To teach via student answers
271. Which questioning practice will promote more class 280. What is not a sound purpose in making questions?
interaction? a. To remind students of a procedure
a. Asking rhetorical question b. To probe deeper after an answer is given
b. Rejecting wrong answer c. To encourage self-reflection
c. Focusing on convergent question d. To discipline a bully in class
d. Asking divergent question 281. A student passes a book report written but ornately
272. For grades to be (made) valid indicators of students’ presented in a folder to make up for the poor quality
achievements, which process should be observed? of the book content. Which Filipino trait does this
a. Adopting letter grades such as A, B, C, D practice prove?
b. Explaining the meaning of grades a. Art over science
c. Defining the course objectives as intended b. Art over academic
learning outcomes c. Substance over “porma”
d. Giving objective type of test d. “Porma” over substance
273. The claim of a benefactor to the gratitude of his 282. Which one should a teacher avoid to produce an
protégé is an example of a (an): environment conducive for learning?
a. Acquired right c. Imperfect right a. Games c. Tests
b. Perfect right d. Alienable right b. Seat plan d. Individual competition
274. Which appropriate teaching practice flows from this 283. Between pursuing a college course where there is
research finding on the brain: “The brain’s no demand and a vocational course which is highly
emotional center is tied its ability to learn.” in demand, the Filipino usually opts for the college
a. Create a learning environment that encourages course. Which Filipino trait is shown?
students to explore their feelings and ideas a. Interest to obtain a skill
freely b. Penchant for a college diploma
b. Come up with highly competitive games where c. Desire for entrepreneurship
winners will feel happily d. Appreciation of manual labor
c. Establish this discipline of being judgmental 284. Which of the following does extreme
in attitude authoritarianism in the home reinforce in pupils?
d. Tell the students to participate in class a. Sense of initiative
activities or else they won’t receive plus points b. Dependence on other for direction
in class recitation c. Ability for self-direction
275. Research on Piagetian tasks indicates that thinking d. Creativity in work
becomes more logical and abstract as children 285. Teacher Bart wants his students to master the
reach the formal operations stage. What is an concept of social justice. Which series of activities
educational implication of this finding? will be most effective?
a. Expect hypothetical reasoning for learners a. Pre-teaching > posttest > re-teaching of
between 12 to 15 years of age unlearned concept > posttest
b. Learners who are not capable of logical b. Pre-test > teaching > posttest
reasoning from ages 8 to 11 behind in their c. Review > pretest > teaching > posttest
cognitive development d. Teaching > posttest
c. Engage children in analogical reasoning as 286. To provide for individual differences how is
early as preschool to train them for higher curriculum designed?
order thinking skills (HOTS) a. Minimum learning competencies are included
d. Let children be children b. Realistic and meaningful experiences are
276. A mathematics test was given to all Grade V pupils provided
to determine the contestants for the math quiz bee. c. Some degree of flexibility is provided
d. Social skills are emphasized
287. Which types of play is most characteristic of a four- 296. Kounin claims “with-it-ness” is one of the
to six-year-old child? characteristics of an effective classroom manager.
a. Solitary and onlooker plays Which among the following is a sign of “with-it-
b. Associative and cooperative plays ness”?
c. Associative and onlookers plays a. Giving attention to students having difficulty
d. Cooperative and solitary plays with school work
288. How can you exhibit referent power on the first day b. Seeing only a portion of the class but
of school? intensively
a. By making the students feel you know what c. Knowing where instructional materials are
you are talking about kept
b. By telling them the importance of good grades d. Aware of what’s happening in all part of the
c. By reminding your students your authority classroom
over them again and again 297. In the K-W-L technique, K stands for what the pupils
d. By giving your students a sense of belonging already knows, W for what he wants to know and L
and acceptance for what he:
289. To ensure that all Filipino children are functionally a. Learned c. Failed to learn
literate, which mechanism is meant to reach out to b. He like to learn d. Needs to learn
children who are far from a school? 298. When a significantly greater number from the lower
a. A school in every barangay group gets a test item correctly, this implies that the
b. Multi-grade classroom test item:
c. Mobile teacher a. Is not highly reliable
d. Sine’s skwela b. Is not very valid
290. Referring to the characteristics of the latest Basic c. Is highly reliable
Educational Curriculum which does not belong to d. Is very valid
the group? 299. Which statement about guidance is false?
a. More flexible a. The classroom teacher is not part of the school
b. Less prescriptive guidance program since she is not trained to
c. More compartmentalized be a guidance counselor
d. More integrated b. Guidance embraces curriculum, teaching,
291. If student’s inappropriate behavior is low level or supervision and all other activities in school
mild and that it appears that the misbehavior will not c. Guidance is a function of the entire school
spread to others, it is sometimes best for the d. A guidance program is inherent in every school
teacher not to take notice of it. What influence 300. A teacher should not be a slave of his lesson plan.
technique is this? This means that:
a. Planned ignoring a. A teacher must be willing to depart from her
b. Antiseptic bouncing lesson plan if students are interested in
c. Proximity control something other than her intended lesson
d. Signal interference b. A lesson plan must be followed by a teacher
292. Which among the following objectives in the no matter what
psychomotor domain is highest in level? c. A teacher must be ready to depart from her
a. To distinguish distant and close sounds lesson plan if she remembers something more
b. To contract a muscle interesting than what she earlier planned
c. To run a 100-meter dash d. Teacher is the best lesson plan designer
d. To dance the basic steps of the waltz 301. With a death threat over her head, Teacher Donita is
293. Which material consists of instructional units that directed to pass an undeserving student. What will a
cater to varying mental level pupils? utilitarianist do?
a. Plantilia a. Pass the student, why suffer the threat?
b. Multi-level materials b. Pass the student. That will be of use to the
c. Multi-grade materials student, his parents and you
d. Minimum learning competencies c. Don’t pass him; live by your principle of justice.
294. Which statement on counseling is false? You will get reward, if not in this life, in the next
a. For counseling to be successful, the counselee d. Don’t pass him. You surely will not like someone
is willing to participate in the process to give you a death threat in order to pass
b. The ultimate goal of counseling is greater 302. Teacher Alessandra knows of the illegal activities of a
happiness on the part of the counselee neighbor but keeps quiet in order not to be involved in
c. Counseling is the program that includes any investigation. Which foundational principle of
guidance morality does Teacher Alessandra fail to apply?
d. The school counselor is primarily responsible a. Always do what is right
of counseling b. The end does not justify the means
295. Arianna describes Teacher Monica as “fair, caring c. The end justifies the means
and approachable.” Which power does Teacher d. Between two evils, do the lesser evil
Monica possess? 303. You are very much interested in a quality professional
a. Legitimate power development program for teachers. What
b. Expert power characteristic should you look for?
c. Referent power a. Prescribe by top educational teachers
d. Reward power b. Responsive to identified teacher’s needs
c. Dependent on the availability of funds school head. Which factor has the strongest influence
d. Required for renewal of professional license on this proposal?
304. To ensure high standards of teachers’ personal and a. Psychological c. Geographical
professional development, which of the following b. Historical d. Social
measures must be implemented? 312. What does the acronym EFA imply for schools?
I. A school head plans the professional a. The acceptance of exclusive schools for boys
development of his/her teachers. and for girls
II. Every teacher formulates his/her own b. The stress on the superiority of formal education
professional development plan. over that of alternative learning system
III. The implementation of what is learned in training c. Practice of inclusive education
must be monitored. d. The concentration on formal education system
a. I only c. II and III
b. I and III d. II only 313. The wide acceptance of “bottom up” management
305. As a community leader, which of the following should style has influenced schools to practice which
a teacher not do? management practice?
a. Solicit donation from philanthropists in the a. Exclusion of politicians from the pool of guest
community speakers during graduation exercises
b. Support effort of the community to improve their b. Prescription of what ought to be done from the
status in life Center Office
c. Make herself aloof to ensure that her decisions c. Involvement of students, parents, teachers, and
will not be influenced by the community politics community in school planning
d. Play an active part in the activities of the d. Allowing schools to do what they think is best
community 314. Material development at the expense of human
306. In a highly pluralistic society, what type of learning development points to the need to do more in school.
environment is the responsibility of the teacher? This is base on which pillar of learning?
I. Safe III. a. Learning to do
Secure b. Learning to know
II. Gender-biased c. Learning to live together
a. I and II c. II only d. Learning to be
b. I, II and III d. I and III
307. A teacher is said to be “trustee of the cultural and 315. The schooling incidents in school campuses abroad
educational heritage of the nation and is under have made school to rethink the curriculum. Which is
obligation to transmit to learners such heritage”. Which believed to counteract such incidents and so is being
practice makes the teacher fulfill such obligation? introduced in schools?
a. Use interactive teaching strategies I. Inclusion of socio-emotional teaching
b. As a class, study the life of Filipino heroes II. The emphasis on the concept of competition
c. Use the latest educational technology against self and not against others
d. Observe continuing professional education III. Focus on academic achievement and productivity
a. I and III c. I and II
308. Large class size in congested cities is a common b. II and III d. I, II and III
problem in our public schools. Which measure/s have
schools taken to offset the effects of large class? 316. The specialization requires of every professional
I. The deployment of more teachers teacher for him/her to be competent is in line with
II. The implementation of 1:1 pupil textbook ratio which pillar of learning?
III. The conduct of morning and afternoon sessions a. Learning to know
a. I, II and III c. III only b. Learning to be
b. I and II d. II only c. Learning to live together
309. The failure of independent study with most Filipino d. Learning to do
students may be attributed to students’? 317. Widespread abuse of Mother Earth prompted schools
a. Unpreparedness for schooling to teach sustainable development. Which one does
b. Ambivalence this prove about schools?
c. High degree of independence a. The curricula of schools are centered on Mother
d. High degree of independence on authority Earth
b. Environment factors influence the school as an
310. The following are characteristics of interdisciplinary agent of change
teaching except: c. Schools can easily integrate sustained
a. Allows learners to see connectedness between development in their curriculum
things d. Sustained development cannot be effectively
b. Provides learning opportunities in a real-world taught in the classroom
context 318. Which pillar of learning is aimed at the holistic
c. Eliminates boundaries between content area development of man and his complete fulfillment?
d. Discussion from a single perspective a. Learning to live together
311. For more efficient and effective management of school b. Learning to be
as agents of change, one proposal is for the DepEd to c. Learning to know
cluster remote stand-alone schools under one lead d. Learning to do
319. A father tells his daughter “You are a woman. You are III. Teacher Catherine secretly gives way to a special
meant for the home and so for you, going to school is favor (e.g. add 2 points to grade) requested by
not necessary.” Is the father correct? student Alex who is vying for honors.
a. It depends on the place where the daughter and a. II and III c. I and II
the father live b. I, II and III d. I and III
b. No, there is gender equality in education 327. Which is/are in accordance with the principle of
c. Yes, women are meant to be a mother only pedagogical competence?
d. No, today women can take on the jobs of men I. Communication of objectives of the course to
student.
320. Is there a legal basis for increasing the teacher’s II. Awareness of alternative instruction strategies.
starting salary to PHP18,000 a months? III. Selection of appropriate methods of instruction.
a. No, it is a gift to teachers from Congress a. I and III c. III only
b. Yes, R.A 7836 b. I, II and III d. II and III
c. Yes, the Philippine Constitution 328. To earn units for promotion, Teacher Flora pays her
d. No, it is simply an act of benevolence from fee but does not attend class at all. Does this
President GMA constitute professional growth?
321. As provided for the Educational Act of 1982, how are a. Not immediately but yes after promotion
the institutions of learning encouraged setting higher b. No, it is simply earning MA units for promotion
standards of equality over the minimum standards c. It depends on the school she is enrolled in
required for state recognition? d. Yes, just enrolling in an MA program is already
a. Voluntary accreditation professional growth
b. Continuing Professional Education 329. If Teacher Analiza asks more higher-order questions,
c. Granting of Special Permit she has to ask more ________ questions.
d. Academic freedom a. fact c. convergent
b. close d. concept
322. Despite of opposition from some school official, 330. Misdemeanor has a “ripple effect.” This implies that as
DepEd has continuously enforced the “no collection of a classroom manager, a teacher:
fees” policy during enrolment period in public schools. a. reinforces positive behavior
In this policy in accordance with EFA goals? b. responds to misbehavior promptly
a. No, it violates the mandate of equality education c. is consistent in her classroom management
b. Yes, it somewhat eliminates gender disparities practice
c. Yes, it supports equitable access to basic d. count 1 to 10 before she deals with a
education misbehaving student
d. No, it does not support parent of adult education 331. Based on Edgar Dale’s “Cone of Experience,” which
activity is farthest from the real thing?
323. “Specialization is knowing more and more about less a. Watching demo c. Video disc
and less.” Hence, it is better to be a generalist, claims b. Attending exhibit d. Viewing images
Teacher Fonda. Which Philosophy does Teacher 332. The students of Teacher Yue scan an electronic
Fonda subscribe to? encyclopedia, view a film on subject, or look at related
a. Existentialism c. Essentialism topics at the touch of a button right there in the
b. Perennialism d. Progressivism classroom. Which device/s does teacher Yue’s class
have?
324. Mencius believed that all people are born good. This a. Teaching machines
thought on the innate goodness of people makes it b. CD
easier to ________ our pupils. c. Video disc
a. teach c. like d. Videotaped lesson
b. respect d. motivate 333. Which is an inappropriate way to manage off-task
325. A student complains to you about his failing grade. behavior?
When you recomputed you found out that you a. Redirect a child’s attention to task and check his
committed an error in his grade computation. Your progress to make sure he is continuing work
decision is not to accept the erroneous computation b. Stop your class activity to correct a child who is
before the student and so leave the failing grade as is no longer on task
for fear that you may lose credibility. Is this morally c. Make eye contact to communicate what you wish
right? to communicate
a. No, the reason for not accepting the error before d. Move closer to the child to make him feel your
the students is flimsy presence
b. No, the end does not justify the means 334. When Teacher Pearl tries to elicit clarification on a
c. Yes, the end justifies the means student response or solicits additional information,
d. Yes, as a teacher you must maintain your which of these should be use?
credibility a. Directing c. Structuring
326. Which violate(s) the principle of respect? b. Probing d. Cross examining
I. Teacher Ana tells her students that what Teacher 335. Which priority criterion should guide a teacher in the
Beth taught is wrong. choice of instructional devices?
II. To retaliate, Teacher Beth advises students not a. Novelty c. Attractiveness
to enroll in Teacher Ana’s class. b. Cost d. Appropriateness
336. Which learning activity is most appropriate if a 346. What must Teacher Luke do to ensure orderly
teacher’s focus is attitudinal change? transitions between activities?
a. Fieldtrip c. Role play a. Have the materials ready at the start of the
b. Exhibit d. Game activity
337. Teacher Hannah strives to draw participation of every b. Allow time for the students to socialize in
student into her classroom discussion. Which of these between activities
student needs is she trying to address? The need to c. Assign fewer exercise to fill the allotted time
_______. d. Wait for students who lag behind
a. feel significant and be part of a group 347. The task of setting up routine activities for effective
b. show one’s oral abilities to the rest of the class classroom management is a task that a teacher
c. get everything and be part of a group should undertake:
d. be creative a. as soon as the students have adjusted to their
338. To be an effective classroom manager, a teacher must schedules
be friendly but must at the same time be _________. b. on the very first day of school
a. confident c. analytical c. every day at the start of the session
b. business-like d. buddy-buddy d. every homeroom day

339. Which software is needed when one wants to perform 348. What principle is violated by overusing the chalkboard,
automatic calculations on numerical data? as though it is the only education technology
a. Database available?
b. Spreadsheet Program a. Isolated use c. Variety
c. Microsoft Word b. Flexibility d. Uniformity
d. Microsoft Powerpoint
349. Teacher Sandra uses the low-profile classroom control
340. Which of the following questions must be considered technique most of the time. What does this imply?
in evaluating teacher-made materials? a. She is reactive in her disciplinary orientation
a. In the material new? b. She manages pupils personalities
b. Does the material simulate individualism? c. She reacts severely to a misbehaving student
c. Is the material expensive? d. She stops misbehaving without disrupting lesson
d. Is the material cheap? flow
341. Kounin claims that “with-it-ness” is one of the
characteristics of an effective classroom manager. 350. If curriculum is designed following the traditional
What is one sign of “with-it-ness”? approach, which feature(s) apply(ies)?
a. Giving attention to students who are having I. The aims of the curriculum are set by
difficulty with school work professionals and experts.
b. Aware of what’s happening in all parts of the II. Interested groups (teachers, students,
classroom communities) are assumed to agree with the
c. Seeing only a portion of the class but intensively aims of the curriculum.
d. Knowing where instructional materials are kept III. Consensus building in not necessary.
a. III only c. I and II
342. Which of these is one of the ways by which the b. I, II and III d. I and III
internet enables people to browse documents
connected by hypertext links? 351. If you make use of the indirect instruction method, you
a. URL c. Welcome page begin your lesson with:
b. Browser d. World Wide Web a. Guided practice
343. Which characteristics must be primarily considered as b. A review of previous day’s work
a choice of instructional aides? c. Advance organizers that provide an overall
a. Stimulate and maintain students interests picture of the lesson
b. Suited to the lesson objectives d. Independent
c. Updated and relevant to Filipino setting
d. New and skillfully made 352. One’s approach to teaching is influenced by Howard
344. You can exhibit referent power on the first day of Gardner’s MI Theory. What is he/she challenged to
school by __________. do?
a. telling them the importance of good grades I. To come up with 9 different ways of approaching
b. giving your students a sense of belongingness lesson to cater to the 9 multiple intelligence
and acceptance II. To develop all student’s skill in all nine
c. making them feel you know what you are talking intelligences
about III. To provide worthwhile activities that acknowledge
d. reminding your students your authority over them individual difference in children
again and again a. I, II and III c. II only
345. I would like to use a model to emphasize particular b. II and III d. III only
part. Which of these would be most appropriate?
a. Regalia c. Stimulation 353. If my approach to my lesson is behaviorist, what
b. Audio recording d. Mock up features will dominate my lesson?
I. Copying notes III. Lecturing
II. Reasoning IV. Demonstration
a. III, IV c. I, II, III, IV STUDENT: I don’t know.
b. I, III, IV d. II, III, IV Which questioning technique should be the teacher be
354. You practice inclusive education. Which of these using?
applies to you? a. Clarification c. Prompting
I. You accept every student as full and valued b. Multiple response d. Concept review
member of the class and school community
II. Your special attention is on learners with specific 361. Here is the test item.
learning or social needs “From the data presented in the table, form
III. Your address the needs of the class as a whole generalizations that are supported by the data”.
within the context of the learners with specific Under what type of question does this item fall?
learning or social needs a. Convergent c. Application
a. II only c. I only b. Evaluative d. Divergent
b. I and II d. I and III
355. School curriculum reflects the world’s economic and 362. I want to teach concepts, patterns and abstractions.
political integration and industrialization. What does Which method will be most appropriate?
these points in curriculum development? a. Discovery c. Direct instruction
a. The trend towards the classical approach to b. Indirect instruction d. Problem solving
curriculum development
b. The trend towards the globalization and 363. Teacher Atilla teaches English as a Second
localization Language. She uses vocabulary cards, fill-in-the-
c. The trend towards participatory curriculum blanks sentences, dialogues, dictation and writing
development exercises in teaching a lesson about grocery
d. The shift in the paradigm of curriculum shopping. Based on this information, which of the
development from a process-oriented to a following is a valid conclusion?
product-oriented one a. The teacher wants to make her teaching easier
356. You choose cooperative learning as a teaching by having less talk
approach. What thought is impressed on your b. The teacher emphasizing reading and writing
students? skills
a. Interaction is a must, but not necessarily face to- c. The teacher is applying Bloom’s hierarchy of
face interaction cognitive learning
b. Student’s success depends on the success of the d. The teacher is teaching in a variety of ways
group because not all students learn in the same
c. Student’s individuality evaluates how effectively manner
their group worked
d. The accountability for learning is on the group not 364. Teacher Georgina, an experienced teacher, does daily
on the individual review of past lessons in order to:
357. Which statement applies correctly to Edgar Dale’s a. introduce a new lesson
“Cone of Experience”? b. reflect on how she presented the previous
a. The farther you are from the base, the more lessons
direct the learning experience becomes c. provide her pupils with a sense of continuity
b. The farther you are from the bottom, the more d. determine who among her pupils are studying
direct the learning experience becomes
c. The closer you are from the base, the more 365. I combined several subject areas in order to focus on
indirect the learning experience becomes a single concept for interdisciplinary teaching. Which
d. The closer you are from the base, the more direct strategy did I use?
the learning experience becomes a. Reading-writing activity
358. “When more senses are stimulated, teaching and b. Thematic introduction
learning become more effective.” What is an c. Unit method
application of this principle? d. Problem-centered learning
a. Appeal to student’s sense of imagination
b. Use multisensory aids 366. To teach the democratic process to the pupils,
c. Make your students touch the instructional Batongmalaki Elementary School decided that the
material election of class officers shall be patterned after local
d. Use audiovisual aids because the eyes and the elections. There are qualifications set for candidates,
ears are the most important senses in learning limited period for campaign and rules for posting
359. Which is a classroom application of the theory of campaign materials, etc. Which of the following did the
“operant conditioning”? school use?
a. Help student see the connectedness of facts, a. Symposium c. Pole playing
concepts, and principles b. Simulation d. Philips 66
b. Create a classroom atmosphere that elicits 367. Which among the following are effective methods in
relaxation teaching student critical reading skills?
c. Reinforce a good behavior to increase the I. Interpret editorial
likelihood that the learner will repeat the response II. Read and interpret three different movie reviews
d. Make students learn by operating manipulatively III. Read a position paper and deduce underlying
360. Read the following teacher-student situation. assumptions of the position papers
TEACHER: Why is the process called photosynthesis? a. II and III c. I and II
b. I and III d. I, II and III 377. According to Freud, with which should one be
368. Here is a test item: concerned if he/she has to develop in the students a
“The improvement of basic education should be the correct sense of right and wrong?
top priority of the Philippine government. Defend or I. Super-ego II. Ego III. Id
refute this position.” a. I and II c. I
Under what type of question does this test item fall? b. II d. III
a. Low-level c. Analysis 378. When small children call animals “dog”, what process
b. Evaluative d. Convergent is illustrated on Piaget’s cognitive development
369. When I teach, I often engage in brainstorming. Which theory?
do I avoid? a. Reversion c. Accommodation
a. Break down barriers b. Assimilation d. Conservation
b. Selectively involves pupils 379. Researchers found that when a child is engaged in a
c. Increase creativity learning experience a number of areas of the brain are
d. Generate many ideas simultaneously activated. Which of the following is/are
370. Teacher Sammy teaches a lesson in which students implication/s of this research finding?
must recognize that ¼ is the same as 0.25. He use I. Make use of field trips and guest speakers
this relationship to determine that 0.15 and 0.20 are II. Do multicultural units of study
slightly less than ¼. Which of the following concept/s III. Stick to the “left brain and right brain” approach
is/are being taught? a. I and III c. I and II
a. Numeration skills of decimals and relationships b. I only d. II only
between fractions and decimals 380. My problem is there are too many topics to cover and I
b. Numeration skills may not able to finish before classes end in March.
c. Place value of decimals Which approach when used can help solve my
d. Relationship between fraction and decimals problem?
371. What is the best way to develop math concept? a. Thematic c. Experimental approach
a. Solving problems using multiple approaches b. Constructive d. Direct instruction
b. Solving problems by looking for correct answer 381. You want your students to answer the questions at the
c. Learning math as applied to situations, such as end of a reading lesson. “What did I learn?”, “What still
being a tool of science puzzles me?”, “What did I enjoy, hate and accomplish
d. Solving problems by applying learned formulas in the class today?” and “How did I learn from the
372. After the reading of a selection in the class, which of lesson?”.Which of the following are you asking them to
these activities can enhance students’ creativity? do?
I. Reader’s theater a. Work on an assignment
II. Reading aloud b. Make journal entry
III. Silent reading c. Work on a drill
a. I and II c. I only d. Apply what they learned
b. II only d. III only 382. William Glasser’s control theory states that behavior is
373. Teacher Carlo, a Reading teacher, advised the class inspired by what satisfies a person want at any given
to “read between the lines”. What does she want his time. What then must a teacher do to motivate
pupils to do? students to learn?
a. Determine what is meant by what is stated a. Make schoolwork relevant to students’ basic
b. Make an educated guess human needs
c. Apply the information being read b. Make teaching-leaning interactive
d. Describe the characters in the story c. Avoid giving assignments
374. To nurture students’ creativity, which activity should a d. Organize a curriculum in a spiral manner
teacher avoid? 383. Nadia exhibit fear response to freely roaming dogs but
a. Ask “What if…” questions does not show fear when a dog is on a leash or
b. Emphasize the need to give right answers confined to a pen. Which conditioning process is
c. Ask divergent thinking questions illustrated?
d. Be open to “out-of-this-world” ideas a. Extinction c. Acquisition
375. Teacher Rodel wants to develop his students’ b. Generalization d. Discrimination
creativity. Which type of questions will be most 384. Based on Freud’s theory, which operate/s when a
appropriate? student strikes a classmate at the height of anger?
a. Synthesis questions a. Ego c. Id and Ego interact
b. Fact questions b. Id d. Superego
c. “What if…” questions 385. After reading an essay. Teacher Beatrice wants to
d. Analysis questions help sharpen her students’ ability to interpret. Which of
376. Floramay enjoyed the roller coaster when she and her these activities will be most appropriate?
family went to Disneyland. The mere sight of a roller a. Drawing conclusions
coaster gets her excited. Which theory explains b. Making inferences
Floramay’s behavior? c. Getting the main idea
a. Operant conditioning d. Listing facts separately from opinion
b. Pavlovian conditioning 386. Read the following then answer the question. A man
c. Social learning theory and his son are driving in a car. The car crashes into a
d. Attribution theory tree, killing the father and seriously injury his son. At
the hospital, the boy needs to have surgery. Looking
at the boy, the doctor says (telling the truth), “I cannot 394. Teacher Violy is convinced that whenever a student
operate on him. He is my son. How can this be? performs a desired behavior, provide reinforcement
ANSWER: The doctor is the boy’s mother. and soon the student learns to perform the behavior
The above brain twister helps develop critical reading on his own. On which principle is Teacher Violy’s
skills. Which activity was used? conviction based?
a. Comparing c. Inferring meaning a. Environmentalism c. Cognitivism
b. Classifying d. Looking for cause and effect b. Behaviorism d. Constructivism
387. Research says that mastery experiences increase 395. In Bandura’s social learning theory, it states that
confidence and willingness to try similar or more children often imitate those who:
challenging tasks as reading. What does this imply for I. have substantial influence over their lives
children’s reading performance? II. belong their peer group
a. Children who have not mastered the basic skills III. belong to other race
are more likely to be motivated to read in order to IV. are successful and seem admired
gain mastery over basic skills a. IV only c. I and II
b. Children who have mastered basic skills are b. I and IV d. II and IV
more likely to be less motivated to read because 396. According to Erikson, what years are critical for the
they get fed up with too much reading development of self-confidence?
c. Children who have gained mastery over basic a. High school years
skills are more motivated to read b. Elementary school years
d. Children who have a high sense of self- c. College years
confidence are not necessarily those who can d. Preschool years
read 397. Which of the following does not describe the
388. The value that students put on reading is critical to development of children aged 11 to 13?
their success. In what way/s can teachers inculcate a. They exhibit increased objectivity in thinking
his value for reading? b. Sex difference in IQ become more evident
I. Sharing the excitement of read-aloud c. They shift from impulsivity to adaptive ability
II. Showing their passion for reading d. They show abstract thinking and judgment
III. Being rewarded to demonstrate the value of 398. Teacher Henry begins a lesson on tumbling,
reading demonstrating front and back somersaults in slow
a. II and III c. I, II and III motion and physically guiding his students through the
b. I and II d. II only correct movements. As his students become more
389. Bruner’s theory on intellectual development moves skillful, he stands back from the man and gives verbal
from enactive to iconic and symbolic stages. Applying feedback about how to improve. With Vygotsky’s
Bruner’s theory. How would you teach? theory in mind, what did Teacher Henry do?
a. Be interactive in approach a. Apprenticeship c. Peer interaction
b. Begin with the abstract b. Guided participation d. Scaffolding
c. Begin with the concrete 399. What does Gagne’s hierarchy theory propose for
d. Do direct instruction effective instruction?
390. A person who has painful experiences at the dentist’s a. Be concerned with the socio-emotional climate in
office may become fearful at the mere sight of the the classroom
dentist’s office building. Which theory can explain this? b. Sequence instruction
a. Generalization c. Teach beginning with the concrete
b. Operant Conditioning d. Reward good behavior
c. Attribution theory 400. Which appropriate teaching practice flows from this
d. Classical conditioning research finding on the brain: “The brain’s
391. Which is/are the basic assumption/s of behaviorists? emotional center is tied into its ability to learn”.
I. The mind of newborn child is a blank state a. Establish the discipline of being judgmental in
II. All behaviors are determined by environmental attitude
events b. Come up with highly competitive games where
III. The child has a certain degree of freedom not to winners will feel happy
allow himself to be shaped by his environment c. Create a learning environment that encourages
a. III only c. II only students to explore their feeling and ideas
b. I and II d. I and III freely
392. If a student is encourage to develop himself to the d. Tell the students to participate in class
fullest and must satisfy his hierarchy of needs, the activities or else won’t receive plus points in
highest needs to satisfy according to Maslow is class recitation
________.
a. Psychological need c. Belongingness 401. Research on Piagetian tasks indicates that thinking
b. Self-actualization d. Safety needs becomes more logical and abstract as children
393. In a Social Studies class. Teacher Ina presents a reach the formal operation stage. What is an
morally ambiguous situation and asks student what educational implication of this finding?
they would do. On whose theory is Teacher Ina’s a. Engage children in analogical reasoning as
technique based? early as preschool to train them for higher
a. Bandura c. Kohlberg order thinking skills (HOTS)
b. Piaget d. Bruner
b. Learners who are not capable of logical
reasoning from ages 8 to 11 lag behind in their
cognitive development
c. Let children be children Why is this test item poor?
d. Expect hypothetical reasoning for learners I. The test item does not pose a problem
between 12 to 15 years of age to the examinee
II. There are variety of possible correct answer to
402. Research says: “People tend to attribute their this item
successes to internal causes and their failures to III. The language used in the question is not
external causes.” Based on this finding, what should precise
be taught to students for them to be genuinely IV. The blank is near the beginning of a sentence
motivated to succeed? a. I and III c. I and IV
a. Tell them the research finding when applied b. II and IV d. I and II
will make them genuinely motivated
b. Convince them that genuine motivation is the 410. Joanne’s score is within x±1 SD. To which of the
only factor that matters for a person to succeed following groups does she belong?
c. Make them realize that failure is a part of life a. Below average
d. Make them realize that both success and b. Average
failure are more a function of internal causes c. Needs Improvement
d. Above average
403. Which characterize/s a learning environment that 411. Here is a test item:
promotes fairness among learners of various
cultures, family background and gender? What follows is a multiple choice type of
I. Inclusive III. Gender- test. Some test items _________.
sensitive
II. Exclusive a. are too difficult
a. I only c. I and III b. are objective
b. III only d. II and III c. are poorly constructed
d. have multiple defensible answers
404. Which of the following steps should be completed
first in planning an achievement test? What makes the multiple choice type of test poor?
a. Define the instructional objective a. The options are not grammatically connected
b. Set up a table of specialization to the stem
c. Select the types of test items to use b. The stem fails to present a problem
d. Decide on the length of the test c. There are grammatical clues
405. The computed r for scores in Math and Science is d. The options are not parallel
0.92. What does this mean? 412. If Teacher Betty wants to measure her students’
a. Math score is positive related to Science score ability to discriminate, which of these is an
b. The higher the Math score, the lower the appropriate type of test item as implied by the
Science score direction?
c. Math score is not in any way related to a. “Outline the Chapter on The Cell.”
Science score b. “Summarize the lesson yesterday.”
d. Science score is slightly related to Math score c. “Group the following items according to
shape.”
406. Which types of test is most appropriate if Teacher d. “State a set of principle that can explain the
Yanny wants to measure student’s ability to following events.”
organize thoughts and ideas?
a. Short answer type of test 413. A test item has a difficult index of 0.89 and a
b. Extended response essay discrimination index of 0.44. What should the
c. Modified alternative response teacher do?
d. Limited response essay a. Reject the item
b. Revise the item
407. If I want to hone my student’s meta-cognitive ability, c. Make it a bonus item
which is most fit? d. Make it a bonus item and reject it
a. Drill c. Brainstorming
b. Debate d. Journaling 414. Which form of assessment is consistent with the
saying “The proof of the pudding is in the eating.”
408. I want to test student’s synthesizing skills. Which a. Contrived c. Traditional
has the highest diagnostic value? b. Authentic d. Indirect
a. Multiple choice test
b. Performance test 415. Here is a test item:
c. Essay test
d. Completion test Who is best admired for outstanding
contribution to world peace?
409. Here is a test item:
_________ is an example of a a. Kissinger c. Kennedy
leafy vegetable. b. Clinton d. Mother Teresa
correctly while the rest scored 45 and above. This
means that Teacher Butch _____________.
a. attained his lesson objective
What is WRONG with this item? b. failed to attain his lesson objective as far as
a. Item is overly specific the 25 pupils are concerned
b. Content is trivial c. did not attain his lesson objective because of
c. Test item is option-based the pupils’ lack of attention
d. There is a cue to the right answer d. attained his lesson objective because of his
effective spelling drill
416. A student’s score were as follows: 82, 83, 84, 86, 422. Which of these can measure awareness of values?
88, 84, 83, 85. The score 84 is the: a. Sociogram
a. Mode c. Median b. Moral dilemmas
b. Average d. Mean c. Projective techniques
d. Rating scales
417. Which text form would you choose if you want to 423. Marking on a normative basis means that:
have a valid and reliable test based on the table a. the normal distribution curve should be
below? followed
b. some should fall
Test Form Validity Index Reliability Index c. some get high marks
d. the grading is based on a present criteria
A .47 .68 424. Which process enhances the comparability of
B .87 .57 grades?
C .20 .86 a. Using a table specifications
D .40 .41 b. Determining the level of difficulty of the tests
E .63 .07 c. Giving more HOTS (higher order thinking
a. A only c. A and D skills)
b. B only d. B and E d. Constructing departmentalized exams for each
subject area.
418. A mathematician’s test was given to all Grade V 425. If the scores of your test follow a negatively skewed
pupils to determine the contestants for the Math score distribution, what should you do? Find out
Quiz Bee. Which statistical measure should be used __________?
to identify the top 15? a. why your items were easy
a. Mean percentage score b. why most of the scores are high
b. Quartile Deviation c. why most of the scores are low
c. Percentile Rank d. why some pupils scored high
d. Percentage Score 426. Principal Gemma is talking about “grading on the
419. Use the inbox below to answer the question that curve” in a faculty meeting. What does this
follows: expression refers to?
Percentage Grades for Final Examination a. A student’s mark compares his achievement to
his effort
b. A student’s grade or mark depends on how his
achievement compares with the achievement
40 70 80 90 of other students in a class
100 c. A student’s grade determines whether or not
Which of the following statement is true about the a student attains a defined standard of
plot of grades above? achievement
a. The median is a score of 80 and the range is d. A student’s mark tells how closely he is
60 achieving to his potential
b. The median is a score of 70 and the range is
60 427. Which tests determine whether students accept
c. The median is a score of 80 and the range is responsibility for their own behavior or pass on
20 responsibility for their own behavior to other
d. The median is a score of 70 and the range is people?
20 a. Locus-of-control tests
420. Which can be said of Nina who obtained a score of b. Thematic tests
75 out of 100 items in a Grammar objective test? c. Stylistic test
a. She performed better than 25% of her d. Sentence-completion tests
classmates
b. She answered 75 items in the test correctly 428. Which of the following is a weakness of self-
c. Her rating is 75 supporting personality checklists?
d. She answered 75% of the test items correctly a. Many personality measures have built-in lie
421. The criterion of success in Teacher Butch’s scales
objective is that “the pupils must be able to spell b. They lack stability
90% of the words correctly”. Student Dave and 24 c. They may not get true information because
others in the class spelled only 40 out of 50 words individuals can hide or disguise feelings
d. They have poor internal consistency
Situation 1. (#129-131)

In a faculty meeting, the principle told


his teacher: “We need to improve our
school performance in the National
Achievement Test. What should we do?”

The teacher gave varied answers as


follows: 435. The class was asked to share their insights about
the poem. The ability to come up with an insight
1. Let’s give incentives and rewards to stems from the ability to:
students who get a rating of 85%. a. analyze the parts of a whole
2. Let’s teach them to accept complete b. evaluate the worthiness of a thing
c. relate and organize things and ideas
responsibility for their performance.
d. comprehend the subject that is being studied
3. Let’s make the school environment 436. To ask the class any insight derived from the poem
conducive for learning. is based on the theory of:
4. Let’s make use of the experimental a. Realism c. Conditioning
b. Behaviorism d. Constructivism
methods of teaching.
437. On which assumption about the learner is Mr.
Sales’s act of asking the class to share their insight
429. Which response/s come/s from a behaviorist? based?
a. #2 and #4 c. #3 and #4 a. Learners are like empty receptacles waiting to
b. #1 and #2 d. #1 and #3 be filled up
b. Learners are meant to interact with one
430. On which educational philosophy is response #1 another
anchored? c. Learners have multiple intelligence and varied
a. Existentialism c. Progressivism learning styles
b. Essentialism d. Bahaviorism d. Learners are producers of knowledge not only
passive recipients of information
431. If you leaned toward a progressivist philosophy, with
which response would you agree? Situation 4. (#138-140)
a. #2 b. #3 c. #4 d. #1
Principal Evelyn wants her teachers to
Situation 2. (#132-134)
apply constructivism in teaching.
One principle in the utilization of
technology of the classroom is 438. On which assumption/s is the principal’s action
appropriateness of material or activity. anchored?
I. Students learn by personally
constructing meaning of what is taught
432. Teacher Wilson wants his students to master the II. Students construct and reconstruct meaning
concept of social justice. Which series of activities based on experiences
will be most effective? III. Students derive meaning from the meaning
a. Pretest-teaching-posttest that the teacher gives
b. Pretest-teaching-posttest-re-teaching for a. II only c. I, II and III
unlearned concepts-posttest b. I and II d. I only
c. Review-pretest-teaching-posttest
d. Teaching-posttest 439. Which materials will her teachers least prefers?
433. Teacher Raymund likes to show how the launching a. Controversial issues
of spaceships takes place. Which of the following b. Open-ended topics
materials available is most fit? c. Unquestionable laws
a. Model b. Mock-up c. Replica d. Realia d. Problem or cases
434. Teacher June likes to concretize the abstract 440. Which concept/s of the learner will Principal Evelyn
concepts of an atom. He came up with a concrete not accept?
presentation of the atom by using wire and plastic I. “Empty vesse!”
balls. How would you classify Teacher June’s visual II. “Tabula rasa”
aids? III. Candle to be lighted
a. Chart b. Replica c. Model d. Realia a. III only c. II only
b. I only d. I and II
Situation 3. (#135-137)

After reading and paraphrasing Robert


Frost’s “Stopping by the Wood on a
Snowy Evening.” Mr. Sales asked the
class to share any insight derived from
the poem.
444. Which of this/these is/are essential in constructing a
scoring rubric?
I. Description of criteria to serve as
standard
Situation 5. (#141-143) II. Clear descriptions of performance at each level
III. Levels of achievement (mastery)
Study the matching type of test then answer IV. Rating scheme
the 3 questions that follow: a. I, II and III c. I, II, III and IV
b. I and II d. I only
Column A Column B 445. Which statement is true of the rubric?
a. It is developmental
1. equilateral triangle A. With 3 equal b. It is analytical
sides c. It is both holistic and developmental
2. right triangle B. With 5 equal d. It is holistic
sides 446. Which is true of the scoring rubric?
3. octagon C. Has 90- degree I. It describes criteria of levels of
4. pentagon angle achievement
II. It has a rating scheme
5. heptagon D. Means many
III. It limit itself to 4 levels of achievement
6. poly E. with 7 sides
a. I and II c. II and III
F. with 8 sides b. I and III d. I, II and III
447. Which guidelines should you follow for behavior
modification to be effective?
441. How can you make the items homogeneous? a. Subject yourself to group pressure
a. Increase the number of items in Column B b. Work on several behaviors at the time for a
b. All items should be on polygons significant change
c. Remove the word triangle in items #1 and #2 c. Never use negative reinforcement
in column A d. Work on one behavior at a time
d. The word “gon” must be included in column B 448. In which phases/s of change, according to Kurt
442. What is the main defect of this matching test? Lewin, do you feel the pain?
a. The matching type is an imperfect type a. Transition c. Refreezing
b. The items are NOT homogeneous b. Unfreezing d. Transition and freezing
c. The items quite easy 449. In the writing of performance objectives for mastery
d. An obvious pattern is followed in the answering learning, what is an acceptable standard of
443. Which should be done to improve the matching type performance called?
of test? a. Behavior c. SMART
a. Capitalize the items in Column A b. Condition d. Criterion measure
b. Items in Column A and B should be exchanged 450. Why learning activities should be carefully planned?
c. Drop #6 item in Column A a. The ability of the teacher to plan is tested
d. The item in Column A should be increased b. This is expected by pupils
c. The accomplishment of objectives is
dependent on the plan
Situation 6. (#144-146) d. This is required of a teacher

Below the template for Scoring Rubric. 451. Which statement on IQ and EQ is correct?
a. EQ has a greater contribution to
performance than IQ
5 - Demonstrate complete understanding of the problem. All b. IQ has a greater contribution to performance
than EQ
requirements of task are included in the response
c. Blending of both IQ and EQ can make a
difference in performance
4 - Demonstrate considerable understanding of the problem. All d. The contribution of IQ and EQ to
requirements of task are included performance is dependent on factors like
age and gender
3 - Demonstrate partial understanding of the problem. Most
requirements of task are included 452. Teacher Nikko helped his students recall that
stalagmites grow on the “ground” while stalactites
grow on the “ceiling” of a cave by associating “G” in
2 - Demonstrate little understanding of the problem. Many stalaGmites with ground and “C” in stalaCtites with
requirements of task are missing ceiling. What did Teacher Nikko make use of it?
a. Visual aid
1 - Demonstrate no understanding of the problem b. Mnemonic device

0 - No response/task not attempted


c. Audio-visual aid a. Higher law, inalienable rights before
alienable
d. Meaning-maker device b. Wider social order, the society before the
453. “Makabayan” as a subject in the re-structured Basic individual
Education Curriculum is the “laboratory for life.” What c. Clearer title, the certain before the title
does this mean? It is in this subject where the learner d. Nobler person, God before man
____________. 461. Which skills should be taught if Teacher Joey wants to
a. Will be taught the Filipino strengths and equip his students with the skill to organize information
weaknesses gathered?
b. Will demonstrate practical knowledge and a. Note-taking, outlining, using the library
skills gained in the other subjects b. Outlining, summarizing, using the card
c. Will be taught the true concept of being catalogue
“pagkamakabayan” c. Note-taking, outlining, summarizing
d. The biographies of heroes who are d. Summarizing, note taking using the library
“makabayan” will be taught 462. Annual medical checkup required of teachers is done
454. In the faculty room everyone is talking about a teacher in the interest of:
who is torturing for a fee from her own pupil who is a. Filipino medical doctors
vying for honors. What is the professional thing for the b. Parents
other teachers to do? c. The state and of every teacher
a. Talk to the parents of the tutee. Tell them d. School administration
what teachers doing is unprofessional 463. In a study conducted, the pupils were asked which
b. Leave her alone, she might accuse you of nationality they preferred if given a choice. Majority of
meddling in her personal life the pupils wanted to be an American. In this case, in
c. Correct her and remind her torturing one’s which obligation relative to the state are schools
own pupil for a fee is unethical seemed to be failing? In their obligation to:
d. As a group, report her to the principal a. Respect for all duly constituted authorities
455. When Teacher Demi presents a set of data then asks b. Instill allegiance to the Constitution
the students to enter a conclusion, generalization or a c. Promote obedience to the laws of the state
pattern of relationship which method does she use? d. Promote national pride
a. Process approach 464. To be an effective classroom manager, teachers must
b. Type method be friendly but at the same time be:
a. Buddy-buddy
c. Unit method b. Rigid
d. Inductive inquiry method c. Business-like
456. Which individualized teaching method makes use of d. Highly demanding
workbooks, teaching machines or computers? 465. Which of the following field of Social Sciences below is
a. Project method more connected with the study of social traditions and
cultures?
a. Theology
b. Unit method
b. Psychology
c. Programmed instruction
c. Sociology
d. Inductive inquiry method
d. Anthropology
457. I want to elicit more student responses. Which one
466. When an individual or group adapts the culture of
should I avoid?
others, practice them and become habitual, this is:
a. Creating an evaluative atmosphere
a. Culture change c. Culture shock
b. Using covert responses
b. Culture lag d. Culture
c. Prompting to covert wrong answers to correct
difference
ones
467. Which appropriate teaching practice flows this
d. Giving non-threatening comments
research finding on the brain: “The brain’s emotional
458. For practice to be effective, which guideline should
center is tied into its ability to learn.”
bear in mind? Practice should _______.
a. Tell the students to participate in class
a. Be done in an evaluative atmosphere
activities or else won’t receive plus points
b. Be arranged to allow students to receive
b. Create a learning environment that
feedback
encourages students to explore their
c. Take place over a long period of time
feelings and ideas
d. Be difficult enough for students to remember and
c. Come up with highly competitive games
learn
where winners will feel happy
459. Which of the following is a practice in progressive
d. Establish the disciple of being judgmental in
education?
attitude
a. Open classroom
468. Which statement holds true to grades? Grades
b. Study of classics
_________.
c. Academic orientation
a. are exact measure of IQ and achievement
d. Cognitive education
b. are a measure of achievement
460. The workers’ rights to form unions or to strike can be
c. are necessarily a measure of students’ IQ
suppressed in times of national emergency. On what
d. are intrinsic motivation for learning
norm is this based?
469. Which practice does not fit in a classroom that c. I must teach the child that we can never
recognizes individual differences? have real knowledge of anything
a. Uniform requirements d. I must teach the child every knowledge, skill
b. Sharing from multiple perspective and value that needs for a better future
c. Accommodating student’s learning styles 478. A teacher put together the output of her colleagues in
d. Various modes of assessing learning one workshop and published it with her name as
470. Teacher Benny says: “If it is billiard that brings author. Which is unprofessional about the teacher’s
students out of the classroom, let us bring it into the behavior?
classroom. Perhaps, I can use it to teach Math.” To a. Failing to correct what appears to be
which philosophy does Teacher Benny adhere? unprofessional conduct
a. Progressivism c. Essentialism b. Giving due credit to others of their work
b. Existentialism d. Reconstructionism c. Not giving due credit to others for their work
471. “The greatest happiness lies in the contemplative use d. Holding inviolate all confidential information
of the mind”, said Plato. Therefore, let us give more concerning associates
opportunities for our students to do __________. 479. In what way can teachers uphold the highest possible
a. Social interaction c. Role playing standards of the teaching profession?
b. Introspection d. Cooperative learning a. By pointing out the advantages of joining the
472. Why is it sound to encourage students to define terms teaching profession
in their own words? Because ____________. b. By good grooming to change people’s
a. Defining the terms in their own words helps perception of teacher
them memorize the definition faster c. By continuously improving themselves
b. Students remember information better when personally and professionally
they mentally process in some way d. None of the above
c. They ought to connect the terms that they 480. To reach out to clientele who cannot be in the
learn with other terms classroom for one reason or another, which of the
d. This is one opportunity to brush up with following was established?
other terms a. Special education (SPED)
473. Pavlov is to classical conditioning as ______ is to
operant conditioning. b. Informal education
a. A. Bandura c. J. Watson c. Alternative learning delivery system
b. J. Holt d. B.F. d. Pre-school education
Skinner 481. Teacher Neil discovered that his pupils are weak in
474. You arrange the rows of blocks in such a way that a comprehension. To further determine in which
row of 5 blocks is longer than a row of 7 blocks. If you particular skills his pupils are weak; which test should
ask which row has more, Grade 1 pupils will likely say Teacher Neil give?
that it is the row that makes the longer line. Based on a. Standard Test c. Diagnostic Test
Piaget’s cognitive development theory, what problem b. Placement Test d. Aptitude Test
is illustrated? 482. In the context of multiple intelligences, which one is
a. Conservation problem the weakness of the paper-pencil test?
b. Assimilation problem a. It put non-linguistically intelligent pupils at a
c. Egocentrism problem disadvantage
d. Accommodation problem b. It requires paper and printing and is so
475. Were teachers in the Philippines required of a expensive
professional license since the establishment of the c. It utilizes so much time
Philippine educational system? d. It lacks reliability
a. No, but the equivalent of a license required 483. Out of 3 distracters in a multiple choice test item,
was a certificate in teaching namely X, Y and Z, no pupil chose Z as an answer.
b. Yes, it was required since the Americans This implies that Z is ________.
established the educational system a. An effective distracter
c. No, it was only with the effectivity of R.A. b. A plausible distracter
7836 that professional license was required c. A vague distracter
d. Yes, except for the Thomasites
476. The increase in the number of school children left by d. An ineffective distracter
OFW parents intensifies the teacher role as
______________. 484. The Thematic Appreciation Test is an example of a
a. Student’s friends (an) __________.
b. Guidance counselors a. Self-report technique
c. Facilitator of learning b. Projective technique
d. Substitute parents c. Interest inventory
477. As a teacher, you are a rationalist. Which among
these will be your guiding principle?
d. Socio-metric technique
a. I must teach the child so he is assured of
heaven
485. The following are features of the Restructure Basic
b. I must teach the child to develop his mental
Education Curriculum, except:
powers to the fullest
a. Increased time for tasks to gain mastery of
competencies
b. Interdisciplinary modes of teaching
c. Greater emphasis on content, less on the 494. Each teacher said to be a trustee of cultural and
learning process educational heritage of the nation and under obligation
d. Stronger integration of competencies and to transmit to learners such heritage. Which practice
values, across the learning area makes him fulfill such obligation?
a. Use of the latest instructional technology
486. The free public elementary and secondary education b. Study of the life of Filipino heroes
in the country is in the line with the government effort c. Use of interactive teaching strategies
to address educational problems of _______. d. Observing continuing professional education
a. access and equity 495. Writing an original essay is an example of which level
of objective in the cognitive domain?
b. relevance and quality a. Evaluation c. Analysis
c. effectiveness and efficiency b. Synthesis d. Application
d. productivity
487. The task of setting up routine activities for effective 496. Which terms refers to a teacher helping a colleague
classroom management as a task that a teacher grow professionally?
should undertake ______. a. Technology transfer
a. on the very first day of school b. Independent study
b. every day at the start of the session c. Facilitating
c. every homeroom day d. Peer mentoring
d. as soon as the students have adjusted on 497. Which terms refers to the collection of student’s
their schedule products and accomplishments for a period for
488. Teacher Honey uses direct instruction strategy. Which evaluation purposes?
will she first do? a. Anecdotal record c. Diary
a. Independent practice b. Observation report d.
b. Guided student practice Portfolio
c. Review the previous day’s work 498. To develop reasoning and speaking ability, which
d. Presenting and structuring should I use?
489. Teacher Janice observes cleanliness and order in her a. Debate c. Experiment
classroom to create a conductive atmosphere for b. Storytelling d. Role-playing
learning. On which theory is her practice based? 499. Under which type of guidance service does the
a. Behaviorism concern of schools to put students into their most
b. Psychoanalysis appropriate courses fall?
c. Gestalt psychology a. Individual inventory service
d. Humanistic psychology
490. Which activity is meant for kinesthetically intelligent b. Research service
pupils? c. Placement service
a. Independent study
d. Information service
b. Individualized study 500. After having been humiliated by his teacher, a student
c. Pantomime evaluates that teacher very poorly, despite teacher’s
d. Cooperative learning excellent performance. Which trait is illustrated by the
491. With which will the existentialist agree? The school is student’s behavior?
a place where individuals _____. a. Particularism c. Personalism
a. Listen and accept what the teacher say b. Rationalism d. Impersonalism
b. Can meet to pursue dialogue and discussion
about their lives and choices 501. Conducting follow up studies of graduates and drop
c. Can observe by using their senses to the out is a guidance service that falls under:
maximum a. Placement services
d. Can reflect on ideas b. Research service
492. Which will be the most authentic assessment tool for
an instructional objective on working with and relating c. Individual inventory services
to people? d. Counseling service
a. Writing articles on working and relating to
people
b. Organizing a community project 502. Under which assumption is portfolio assessment
c. Home visitation based?
d. Conducting mock election a. Assessment should stress the reproduction
of knowledge
493. Which physical arrangement of chairs contributes to b. An individual learner is adequately
effective classroom management? characterized by a test score
a. Sticks to the traditional chair arrangement in c. An individual learner is inadequately
the classroom characterized by a test score
b. Distinguishes teacher from students d. Portfolio assessment is dynamic
c. Makes it easier to clean the room assessment
d. Enhances classroom interaction
503. Which program was adopted to provide universal 512. The criterion of success in Teacher Edna’s objective is
access to basic education to eradicate illiteracy? that “the pupils must be able to spell 90% of the words
a. Values educational framework correctly.” Linda and other 24 students in the class
b. Education for all spelled only 40 out of 50 words correctly while the rest
c. “Paaralan sa bawat barangay” scored 45 and above. This means that Teacher Edna
d. Science and Education Development Plan ________.
504. Which schools are subject to supervision, regulation a. Did not attain her lesson objective because
and control by the state? of the pupil’s lack of attention
a. Public, Private sectarian and Non-sectarian b. Attained her lesson objective because of the
b. Sectarian and non-sectarian school pupil’s lack of attention
c. Private school c. Attained her lesson objective
d. Public schools d. Failed to attain her lesson objective as far as
505. Here is a score distribution: 98, 93, 93, 93, 90, 88, 87, the 25 pupils are concerned
85, 85, 85, 70, 51, 34, 34, 34, 20, 18, 15, 12, 9, 8, 6, 3, 513. With assessment of affective learning in mind, which
1. What is the characteristic of the score distribution? does not belong to the group?
a. Bimodal a. Moral dilemma c. Diary entry
b. Trimodal b. Reflective writing d. Cloze test
c. Skewed to the right 514. Which is true when standard deviation is big?
d. No discernible pattern a. Scores are concentrated
506. What do the school campus expression “promdi” and b. Scores are not extremes
barriotic” indicate? c. Scores are spread apart
a. The powerlessness of the poor d. The bell curve shape is steep
b. The power of the rich 515. Jan, a grade 1 pupil, is happy when he wins a game
c. Low literacy rate of the country but skulks when he doesn’t. Which concept does his
d. The prevalence of ethnocentrism behavior indicate?
507. Why is babyhood referred to as a “critical period” in a. Egotism c. Semi-logical reasoning
personally development? Because _________. b. Egocentrism d. Rigidity of thought
a. The foundation is laid upon in which the 516. The practice of non-graded instruction stems from
adult personally structure will be built ________.
b. The baby is exposed to many physical and a. Progressivism c. Existentialism
psychological hazards b. Reconstructionism d. Essentialism
c. The brain grows and develops as such 517. Theft of school equipment like TV, computer, etc. by
accelerated rate during babyhood teenagers in the community itself is becoming a
d. Changes in the personality pattern take common phenomenon. What does this incident
place signify?
508. Billy, a grade 1 pupil is asked, “Why do you pray every a. Deprivation of Filipino schools
day?” Billy answer. “Mommy said so.” Based on b. Inability of school to hire security guards
Kohlberg’s theory, in which moral development stage c. Prevalence of poverty in the community
is Billy? d. Community’s lack of sense of co-ownership
a. Pre-Conventional level 518. What does extreme authoritarianism in the home
b. Conventional level reinforce in learners?
c. Between conventional and post conventional a. Creativity in work
levels
d. Post-Conventional level b. Ability to direct themselves
509. If you plan to develop a lesson on using s-verb with c. Doing things on their own initiative
the third person singular as subject deductively, what d. Dependence on others for direction
is the first step in your lesson development outline? 519. The main purpose of compulsory study of the
a. Give sentences using s-verb form constitution is to ________.
b. Ask the students about s-verb form and third a. Make constitutional experts of the students
person singular as subject b. Develop students into responsible, thinking
c. State the rule on subject-verb agreement for citizens
third person as subject c. Prepare students for law-making
d. Conduct appropriate sentence drill d. Acquaint students with the historical
510. For lesson clarity and effective retention, which one development of the Philippine Constitution
should a teacher observes, according to Bruner’s 520. Studies in the areas of neurosciences disclosed that
theory? the human brain has limitless capacity. What does this
a. Start at the concrete level and end there imply?
b. Begin teaching at the concrete level but go a. Every child is a potential genius
beyond it by reaching the abstract b. Pupils can possibly reach a point where they
c. End teaching with verbal symbol have learned everything
d. Use purely verbal symbols in teaching c. Some pupils are admitted not capable of
511. Which activity should a teacher have more for his learning
students if he wants them to develop logical-critical d. Every pupil has his its own native ability and
thinking? his learning is limited to this native ability
a. Symposium c. Brainstorming 521. The principle of individual differences requires
b. Debate d. Panel discussion teachers to _____.
a. Treat all learners alike while in the b. Realia d. Chart
classroom
b. Prepare modules for slow learners in class 531. Teacher Bonnie likes to concretize abstract concept of
c. Give greater attention to gifted learners the water molecule. She came up with a concrete
d. Provide for a variety of learning activities presentation by using wires and plastic balls. How
522. Which assumption underlines the teacher’s use of would you classify Teacher Bonnie’s visual aid?
performance objectives? a. Replica c. Realia
a. Performance objectives assure the learner b. Chart d. Mock-
of learning up
b. Learning is defined as a change in the 532. Teacher Lenny demonstrated to the class how to
learner’s observable performance focus the microscope, after which the students were
c. The success of learners is based on teacher asked to practice. Which teacher prompting is least
performance intrusive? Teacher Lenny ________.
d. Not every form of learning is observable a. Held the hand of a student and with her hand
523. The following are used in writing performance holding the student’s hand adjusted the mirror
objective, except? b. Pointed to the mirror and made an adjusting
a. Integrate c. Diagram gesture with her hand
b. Delineate d. Comprehend c. Adjusted the mirror
524. Which is/are sign/s of the student with Attention Deficit d. Reminded the class to first adjust the mirror
Disorder?
a. Impatient while waiting for his/her turn 533. A pupil who has developed a love for reading keeps in
during games reading for his enjoyment. His motivation for reading
b. Completes work before shifting to another is:
c. Excessively quiet a. Insufficient c. Extrinsic
d. Cares for his/her personal things b. Intrinsic d. Both intrinsic and extrinsic
525. You observe that pupils answer even when not called, 534. Which educational trend is occurring in all modern
shouts MA’AM to get your attention, and laugh when societies as a result of knowledge explosion and rapid
someone commits mistakes. What should you do? social, technological and economic changes?
a. Send the misbehaving pupils to the a. Nuclear education
guidance counselor
b. Set the rules for the class to observe b. International education
c. Involve the whole class in setting rules of c. Lifelong learning
conduct for the whole class
d. Make a report to the parents about their d. Team teaching
children’s misbehavior
526. Which is the final, indispensable component of a 535. With the advent of multi-media resources and
lesson plan? computers, which is the most favorable result of the
a. Evaluation c. References optimal use of educational media technology?
b. Activity d. Assignments a. Interactive learning
527. Carlo, a grade 2 pupil, plays with his classmates but b. Increase learning
cannot accept defeat. Based on Piaget’s theory on c. Speed learning
cognitive development, in what development stage is
Carlo?
d. More interesting learning
a. Formal operation c. Pre-operational
536. Which refers to the Filipino trait of practicing conflicting
b. Concrete operation d. Sensorimotor
values in different venues and with different social
528. Which seating arrangement has been proven to be
groups?
effective for learning?
a. “Kanya-kanya” mentality
a. Flexible to suit varied activities
b. Procrastination
b. Fixed arrangement to maximize instructional
c. Existential intelligence
time
d. Crab mentality
c. Any seat arrangement to suit varied learning
537. Which of these can measure awareness of values?
styles
a. Projective techniques
d. A combination of fixed and flexible
b. Rating scales
arrangement
c. Moral dilemmas
529. Which can run counter to the encouragement you give
d. Sociogram
to your students to ask questions?
538. Which test determines whether students accept
a. Eye to eye contact
responsibility for their own behavior or pass on
responsibility for their own behavior to other people?
b. An encouraging hand gesture a. Locus-of-control tests
c. Radiant face b. Sentence-completion tests
d. Knitted eyebrows when a question is raised c. Thematic tests
d. Stylistic tests
530. Teacher Agot likes to show how the launching of
spaceships takes place. Which of the following 539. Which process enhances the comparability of grades?
materials available is most fit? a. Giving more Higher Order thinking skills
a. Mock-up c. Replica
b. Constructing departmentalized exam for 548. The teacher’s first task in the selection of media in
each subject area teaching is to determine the:
c. Determining the level of difficulty of the test a. Choice of the teacher
d. Using a table of specification b. Availability of the media
c. Technique to be used
540. Under which type of guidance service does the d. Choice of the students
concern of school to put students into their most 549. Which is the true foundation of the social order?
appropriate courses fall? a. Strong political leadership
a. Information service
b. The reciprocation of rights and duties
b. Placement service c. Equitable distribution of wealth
c. Individual inventory services d. Obedient citizen
d. Research services 550. All the examinees obtained scores below the mean.
541. The teacher’s role in the classroom according to A graphic representation of the score distribution
cognitive psychologist is to _______. will be:
a. Make the learning task easy for the learner a. Perfect normal curve
b. Dictate what to learn upon the learner b. Negatively skewed
c. Fill the minds of the learner with information c. Positively skewed
d. Help the learner connect what they know d. Leptokurtic
with new information from the teacher 551. In a normal distribution curve, a T-score of 70 is:
a. Two SDs above the mean
542. Which questioning technique would be appropriate for b. Two SDs below the mean
inductive lessons? c. One SD below the mean
a. Involve students actively in the questioning d. One SD above the mean
process 552. Which one stifles student’s initiative?
b. Expect participation only among the more a. “Bahala na”
motivated students b. “Utang na loob”
c. Use questions requiring only memory c. Rationalism
responses d. Extreme authoritarianism
d. As a teacher, you ask no questions 553. The following are trends in marking and reporting
543. Which statement is true in a bell-shaped curve? system, except:
a. There are more high scores than low scores a. Supplementing subject grades with checklist
b. Most scores are high on traits
c. The scores are normally distributed b. Conducting parent-teacher conferences as
d. The bell curve shape is steep. often as needed
544. Here is a test item: c. Raising the passing grade from 70 to 80
DISTANT : NEAR :: GENUINE : _______. d. Indicating strong points as well as those
This item is a/an _________. needing improvement
a. Analogy c. Metaphor 554. Which is a type of graph in which lines represent
b. Riddle d. each score or set of scores?
Completion a. Histogram
545. What refers to a single word or phrase that tells the b. Scatter gram
computer to do something with program or file? c. Scatter plot
a. Computer language c. d. Frequency polygon
Command 555. Which is an example of a perfect duty?
b. Computer program d. a. Paying the worker the wages agreed upon
Password b. Donating an amount for a noble project
546. Can an insane person be blamed for killing a c. Giving alms to the needy
stranger? d. Supporting a poor but deserving student to
a. Yes, because an insane person possesses school
a little degree of voluntariness 556. In what way can instructional aides enhance
b. Yes, because an insane person is not totally learning?
ignorant a. Entertain student
c. No, because of his ignorance and lack of
voluntariness b. Hold students in the classroom
d. No, because the one killed is a stranger, not c. Reinforce learning
in any way related to him d. Take the place of the teacher
547. A political boss builds a school in a distant barrio in 557. The study on types of reading exercises gives
order to get the votes for an unworthy and corrupt practice in:
candidate. Is the action of the political boss moral? a. All sorts of study methods
a. No, the candidate is undeserving b. Reading skills needed in other project
b. No, his move was not meant for good effect c. Recognizing the precise meaning of words
c. Yes, the votes were exchange for the school d. Picking out the man ideas
built
d. Yes, it was his duty to strategies for his
candidate to win
558. How students learn may be more important than d. Increase imagination due to expanding
what they learn. From this principle, which of the knowledge and emotional range
following is particularly important? 569. Teacher Joel taught a lesson denoting ownership by
a. Knowing how to solve a problem means of possessives. He first introduced the rule,
b. Solving a problem within time allotted then gave examples, followed by class exercise,
c. Getting the right answer to a word problem then back to the rule before he moved it the second
d. Determining the given rule. Which presenting technique did he use?
559. Kiko is very attached to his mother and Sharon to a. Sequential c. Comparative
her father. In what developmental stage are they b. Combinational d. Whole-Part-Whole
according to Freudian’s psychological theory? 570. For which may you use the direct instruction
a. Phallic stage c. Oedipal stage method?
b. Latent stage d. Anal stage a. Use a microscope properly
560. A student dislikes Math due to traumatic experience b. Distinguish war from aggression
in the past. Which law explains this? c. Appreciate Milton’s Paradise Lost
a. Partial activity c. Vividness d. Become aware of the pollutants around us
b. Analogy d. Disposition/Mind set 571. By what name is indirect instruction or Socratic
methods also known?
561. Which illustrates vicarious punishment? a. Questioning method
a. We feel so bad to a classmate who is punished b. Morrison method
for being tardy so we convince him go to c. Indirect method
school on time d. Mastery learning
b. Out of comparison, we volunteer to get 572. Which does not belong to the group of alternative
punished in place of a friend learning systems?
c. We charge to experience our being punished a. Multi-age grouping
d. See someone get punished for habitual b. Multi-grade grouping
tardiness. In effect, we are less likely to be c. Non-graded grouping
tardy d. Graded education
562. In instructional planning, it is necessary that the 573. Student Ben was asked to report to the Guidance
parts of the plan from the first to the last have: Office. Student Ben and his classmates at once
a. Symmetry c. Conciseness remarked. “What’s wrong?” What does this imply?
b. Coherence d. Clarity a. Reporting to a Guidance Office is often
563. If Teacher Judith has to ask more higher-order associated with misbehavior
questions, she has to ask more ________ b. Student Ben is a “problem” student
questions. c. Guidance counselors are perceived to be
a. convergent c. fact “almighty and omniscient”
b. closed d. divergent d. The parents of Students Ben must be of the
564. For maximum interaction, a teacher ought to avoid delinquent type
______ questions 574. A teacher combined several subject areas in order
a. rhetorical c. divergent to focus on a single concept for interdisciplinary
b. leading d. informational teaching. Which strategy/method did he use?
565. The military training requirements among students a. Unit method
in the secondary and tertiary levels can be traced b. Thematic instruction
as a strong influence of the: c. Problem entered learning
a. Greeks c. Chinese d. Reading-writing method
b. Romans d. Athenians 575. Which is a major advantage of curriculum-based
566. Teacher Marissa wants to review and check on the assessment?
lesson of the previous day? Which one will be most a. It tends to focus on anecdotal information on
reliable? student’s progress
a. Having students correct each other’s work b. It is based on a norm referenced measurement
b. Having students identify difficult homework model
problems c. It is informal in nature
c. Explicitly reviewing the task relevant d. It connects testing with teaching
information for the day’s lesson 576. A school Division Superintendent was
d. Sampling the understanding of a few students enthusiastically lecturing on the Accreditation
567. To promote effective practice, which guideline Program for Public Elementary Schools (APPES),
should you bear in mind? Practice should be ____. its benefits and demands. Thinking of its many
a. Difficult for students to learn a lesson demands, most of the school heads were not very
b. Arranged to allow students to receive feedback happy about it and the older one were whispering
c. Done in an evaluative atmosphere “we have very reason to retire soon.”
d. Take place over a long period of time What does this tell about the change process?
568. Which is one role of play in the pre-school and early a. People resist change for no reason
childhood years? b. People tend to resist change
a. Separates reality from fantasy c. Resistance to change is insurmountable
b. Develops the upper and lower limbs d. Leadership can affect the desired change in
c. Develop competitive spirit persons despite opposition from the persons
themselves.
577. In the problem solving method of teaching, which is b. Teachers of academic, vocational, special,
the primary role of the teacher? technical or non-formal institution
a. Clarifier c. Observer c. Teacher in the tertiary level
b. Judge d. Director d. Teacher in all educational institutions at all
578. To educate the child for freedom is to educate levels
him/her to: 587. Which of the UNESCO’s four pillars of education is
I. Respond to others most related to peace education?
II. Respond to himself/herself a. Learning to do
III. Do as he/she pleases b. Learning to know
IV. Live as he/she desires c. Learning to live
a. II and III c. I and II d. Learning to be
b. I and III d. I and IV
579. I want to engage my students in small group 588. The failure of independent study with most Filipino
discussion. Which topic lends itself to a lively students may be attributed to students’ ______.
discussion? a. high degree of independence
a. The meaning of the law of supply and demand b. ambiance
b. Rules on subject-verb agreement c. unpreparedness for schooling
c. The law of inertia d. high degree of dependence on authority
d. The exclusion of Pluto as a planet 589. When you use the overhead projector for topic
580. In which of the following would programmed presentation, point to the ______.
learning to be most likely to be found? a. OHP slide c. OHP screen
a. In a class divided into small groups b. OHP light d. Projection wall
b. Independent study 590. Where do you make the correction of your notes
c. In dyadic groups while using the overhead projector?
d. In a class where teacher tries to individualized a. On the slide
instruction b. On the overhead projector
581. A master teacher, the resource speaker in an in- c. On the projector wall
service training, presented the situated learning d. On the screen
theory and encouraged her colleagues to apply the
same in class. Which did she not encourage her 591. Authority comes from God and is meant to:
colleagues to do? a. Help those given the authority to do their task
a. Apprenticeship b. Distinguish those with authority from those
b. Learning as it normally occurs without
c. Authentic problem solving c. Be lorded over others
d. Decontextualized teaching d. Make the subjects of authority recognize their
582. Which is the ultimate aim of classroom superiors
management? 592. For a discussion of a topic from various
a. To set up condition that brings about effective perspectives, it is best to hold a/an ______.
teaching and learning a. Brainstorming c. Debate
b. To secure conformity to rules with ease b. Symposium d. Panel discussion
c. To make children realize that they cannot do
everything they want 593. A Principal tells her teacher that training in the
d. To remove the physical condition in the room humanities is most important. To which educational
583. Under which teaching strategy does a School’s philosophy does he adhere?
division practice of assigning a Girl Scout to serve a. Perennialism c. Essentialism
as Superintendent of the Day or Mayor of the Day b. Existentialism d. Progressivism
for leadership training fall? 594. Jonna, a principal, shares this thought with her
a. Panel discussion teachers. “Subject matter should help students
b. Symposium understand and appreciate themselves as unique
c. Simulation individuals who accept complete responsibility for
d. Dramatization their thoughts, feelings and action.” From which
584. Which approach makes you think of your thinking? philosophy is this though based?
a. Constructivist c. Cognitive a. Essentialism c. Progressivism
b. Metacognitive d. Integrative b. Perennialism d. Existentialism
585. The grades make valid indicators of students’ 595. Who stressed the idea that students cannot learn if
achievements. Which process should be observed? their basic needs are not first met?
a. Explaining the meaning of marks and grades a. Maslow c. Wertheimer
b. Defining the course objective as intended b. Miller d. Thorndike
learning outcomes 596. A person, who has had painful experiences at the
c. Adopting letter grades such as A, B, C and D dentist’s office, may become fearful at the mere
d. Giving objective type of tests sight of the dentist’s office building. Which theory
586. Who are not covered by the Code of Ethics of can explain this?
Professional Teachers? a. Classical conditioning
a. All full time or part time public and private b. Generalization
school teacher and administrator c. Operant conditioning
d. Attribution theory
597. One strength of an autobiography as a technique 607. The authoritarian setting in the Filipino home is
for personality appraisal is that ________. reinforced by a classroom teacher who:
a. It may be read by unauthorized people a. Is open to suggestions
b. It can replace data obtained from other data- b. Encourage pupils to ask questions
gathering technique c. Prescribes what pupils should do
c. It makes possible the presentation of intimate d. Ask open ended questions
experiences
d. It gives complete data about the author 608. Who among the following believes that learning
598. Which Millennium Development Goal (MDG) goal is requires disciplined attention, regular homework, and
related to the state’s goal for quality education? respect for legitimate authority?
a. 1 b. 2 c. 3 d. 4 a. Essentialist c. Progressivist
599. All of the following describe the development of b. Perennialist d. Reconstructionist
children aged eleven to thirteen, except: 609. The Constitutional provision on language has the
a. Sex differences in IQ become more evident following aim, except:
b. They exhibit increased objectivity in thinking a. To make Filipino the sole medium of
c. They shift from impulsivity to adaptive ability instruction
d. They show abstract thinking and judgment b. To make the regional dialect as auxiliary
600. One learns Math by building on the Math concepts media of instructions in regional school
previously learned. This is an application of: c. To maintain English as a second language
a. Constructivist c. Physiological d. To make Filipino the national Language and
b. Humanist d. S-R medium of instruction and communication
610. The tendency to emphasize so much on school
601. The singing of the National Anthem in schools is an beautification to the detriment of pupils’ performance
offshoot of the philosophy of: illustrates the:
a. Nationalism c. Naturalism a. Filipino’s lack of seriousness
b. Pragmatism d. Socialism b. Filipino’s love for “porma”
c. Filipino’s lack of reflection
602. The environment in order to facilitate learning must be d. Filipino’s sense of humor
interactive. Which of the following best typifies this
kind of environment? 611. In order to avoid disgrace, a pregnant, unmarried
a. The child listens to a lecture on fossils given woman takes drugs to induce abortion. Is she morally
by the teacher justified to do that?
b. The child goes out and discovers for himself a. Yes, it can save her and child from disgrace
some rock or fossil when he grows up
c. The child summarize the section on fossils b. No, the act of inducing abortion is bad in
in his science textbook itself
d. The child copies a list of facts concerning c. No, the unborn child cannot be made to
fossils on the blackboard suffer the consequences of the sins of his
603. Social development means the acquisition of the parents
ability to behave in accordance with: d. No, it is better to prevent the child from
a. Stereotyped behavior coming into the world who will suffer very
b. Social expectation much due to the absence of a father
c. Social insight 612. In which way does heredity affect the development of
d. Universal norms the learner?
a. By placing limits beyond which the learner
604. When an adolescent combines ability to use deductive cannot develop
and inductive reasoning in constructing realistic rules b. By providing equal potential to all
that he can respect and live by, how does he perceive c. By compensating for what environment fails
his environment? to develop
a. He views the world from his own perspective d. By blocking the influence of environment
b. He sees the world and himself through the 613. The cultivation of reflective and meditative skills in
eyes of other people teaching is an influence of:
c. He interprets events form a limited views a. Taoism c. Confucianism
d. He sees events apart from himself and other b. Shintoism d. Zed Buddhism
people
605. Who introduced the technique of using the drawing of 614. A child refuse to obey orders or displays negativism as
a man as a measure of intelligence? a development trait. How may you best handle him?
a. Aristotle c. Goodenough a. Detain him after office hours for him do to
b. Herbert d. Binet what he has been ordered to do
b. Take every opportunity to praise him for
606. Which Republic Act provides government assistance every positive attitude display
to students and teachers in private education? c. Insist on compliance to the same degree
a. RA 7784 c. RA 7836 required of pupils
b. RA 6728 d. RA 6675 d. Avoid giving him orders if you do and he
objects take back the order
615. Which term refers to the collection of students’ a. Bring food for you and your children, but
products and accomplishment for a period of always make it a point to buy in the school
evaluation purposes? canteen
a. Portfolio c. Anecdotal b. Buy all your food in the school canteen but
record request for a discount
b. Observation report d. Diary c. Bring food enough for you and your children
but do not eat in the canteen
616. For comparing and contrasting which graphic d. Buy all your food from the school canteen
organizers is most appropriate? even if you cannot afford to do every day
a. Cycle c. Story map 624. How can you help a habitual borrower of money get
b. Web d. Venn Diagram rid of his habit?
a. Let him do something for you in return for
617. Laging UMUUKILKIL sa isipan ng ama ang nasirang the money you lent him
pangako ng anak. b. Direct him to others
a. Sumasagi c. Bumubuhay c. Do not lend him anymore
b. Gumugulo d. Sumasapi d. Ask for a collateral for the cash he is loaning
618. Huwag kang maniniwala sa bulaklak ng kanyang 625. Periodic checks on student seatwork with a smile and
matamis na dila: pat on the shoulder effectively reinforce good study
a. Ito’y panunukso habit is an example of:
a. Discrimination reinforcement
b. Ito’y pambobola b. Variable-ratio schedule
c. Ito’y pagbibiro c. Continuous reinforcement
d. Ito’y pagsisinungaling d. Fixed interval and variable-interval schedule
626. A person strives to work at a given task because of a
619. If a resilient child with superior intelligence is reared in need. Which of the following situations can make a
a poor environment the probable outcome would be: person strive to meet his needs?
a. No change in IQ because environment a. Minimize the unpleasant consequences of
deprivation has nothing to do with student involvement
intelligence b. Utilize your own opinion as teacher in
b. Mental retardation since he is culturally making final decisions in the classroom
deprived c. Use unfamiliar materials as examples in
c. Slight change in IQ although he can order to initially arouse their curiosity
overcome frustration and obstacle d. Ask pupils to submit test questions or
d. Great change in IQ because he is culturally reactions which you can select topics
deprived 627. Which is not a characteristic of a democratic
620. Which of the following is usually considered the most discipline?
important factor in a child’s observable classroom a. Child has opportunity to expense his/her
behavior? opinion
a. Intelligence c. Self concept b. Child’s given punishment is related to the
b. Heredity d. Cultural background misdeed
c. Child understands the meaning of rules
621. Section 5, Article XIV, of the Constitution states that d. Child obeys blindly
academic freedom shall be enjoyed in: 628. Who among the following stressed the processes of
a. Public assemblies experience and problem solving?
a. Dewey c. Hegel
b. All institution of higher learning b. Aristotle d. Plato
c. State colleges and universities 629. Which of the following reasons of measuring student
d. All levels of learning achievement is not valid?
a. To prepare feedback on the effectiveness of
622. A teacher who subscribes to the pragmatic philosophy the learning process
of education believes that experience should follow b. To certify that students have attained a level
learning in her teaching, she therefore exerts effort in: of competence in a subject area
a. Encouraging learners to memorize factual c. To discourage students from cheating during
knowledge test and getting high scores
b. Providing learners opportunities to apply d. To motivate students to learn and master
theories and principles the materials they think will be covered by
c. Equipping learners with the basic abilities the achievement test
and skills 630. Which characterizes the perfectionist type of
d. Requiring learners full mastery of the lesson students?
a. Does not volunteer or initiate
623. As a parent and at the same time a teacher, which of b. Give up easily
the following will you do to show your cooperation to a c. Rarely complete tasks
PTA project in your school to be financed with the d. Often anxious, fearful or frustrated about
proceeds of the sales of the school canteen where quality of work
food prices are little bit higher? 631. When a school decides to work on a thematic
curriculum which should be out of the picture?
a. Peer collaboration b. Analysis d. Moral development

b. Integration 642. Which interactive teaching should be avoided?


c. Team teaching a. Using multiple response strategy
d. Competition b. Using “put down” strategy
632. Teacher Mary wants to teach her pupils the technique c. Asking more divergent questions
on reading for information. Which technique should be d. Asking more evaluative questions
used?
a. Text structure c. Story map 643. Rights which cannot be renounced or transferred
b. Prior knowledge d. SQ3R because they are necessary for the fulfillment of man’s
633. In instructional planning, which among these three: primordial obligations are called:
unit plan, course plan, lesson plan is (are) most a. Alienable rights c. Inalienable rights
specific? _________ plans. b. Perfect rights d. Acquired rights
a. Course and lesson c. Lesson 644. Which is in line with equitable access to education but
b. Course d. Unit runs counter to quality?
634. The use of drills in the classroom is rooted on a. Selective retention of students
Thorndike’s law of: b. Deregulated tuition fee hike
a. Readiness c. Effect c. Open admission
b. Exercise d. Belongingness d. Program accreditation
635. Positive interdependence as an element of 645. A negative discrimination index means that:
collaborative learning means that the students must: a. The items could not discriminate between
a. Learn to depend on each other to achieve a the lower and upper group
goal b. More from the lower group answered the
b. Depend on the diligent students test items correctly
c. Help one another in the individual test for c. More from the upper group answered the
everyone to pass test item correctly
d. Be grouped heterogeneously d. Less from the lower group got the test item
correctly
636. Which computer seems to have the most potential for
the classroom? 646. Your teacher is of the opinion that the world and
a. Mainframe computer everything in it are ever changing and so teaches you
b. Minicomputer the skill to cope with the changes. What is his
c. Microcomputer governing philosophy?
d. LPC a. Experimentation c. Realism
b. Existentialism d. Idealism
637. A teacher notices glaring wrong pronunciation of
vowel sounds among her students necessitating more 647. For brainstorming to be effective which one should be
practice. Which of the following activities would be out?
most helpful? a. Making use of the others ideas shared
a. Dictionary use c. Assignments b. Teacher’s judge mental attitude
b. Review d. Drill c. Non-threatening atmosphere
d. Openness to idea
638. What storage device is significantly more efficient in
holding information? 648. Which statement on spaced and massed learning is
a. Hard disk c. Floppy disk correct?
b. Software d. Audio cassette a. Massed learning is better than spaced
639. The Filipino tendency to resort to the easy way out learning
from a term paper as a course requirement by hiring a b. Massed learning is as effective as spaced
ghost writer or by passing a photocopied term paper learning
provide which Filipino traits? c. Spaced learning is better than massed
a. Anticipation c. Pakikisama learning
b. Ambivalence d. Lack of discipline d. Both massed learning and spaced learning
640. “No pain, no gain.” This means that: are not effective
a. One should be penitent every Friday by
carrying his cross 649. Which of the following measures should a teacher do
b. Only those willing to carry the crosses to a principal whom she would like to file a case of
imposed can share the joy of life sexual harassment without violating the relationship of
c. The more suffering in this life, the more one the teacher and her superiors?
is assured of heaven a. Write an anonymous letter to a higher
d. One should look for suffering to save school official to denounce the superior
himself/herself b. Present the case before a competent
641. Which trust on value formation is meant to help the authority and prepare to prove the charge
students make use of their thinking and scientific c. Call a parent-teacher meeting and denounce
investigation to decide on topics and questions above the superior
values? d. Encourage the other teachers and students
a. Value inculcation c. Value clarification to hold a demonstration to oust the superior
c. Provide the academic background
650. Pick out the situation that illustrates the duty of a new prerequisite to learning
teacher to the state: d. Define the goals and set the direction for
a. Take a long vacation which she firmly which education is to strive
believes she deserves after four years of 657. Which technique/s enable/s a teacher to identify and
diligent study before taking the examination eventually assists students with interpersonal
for teachers difficulties?
b. Take the licensure examination for teacher a. Anecdotal record c. Cumulative
and an oath to do her best to help carry out record
the policies of the state b. Personal inventory d. Sociogram
c. Apply for teaching job where eligibility is not 658. Teachers and students can participate in levels of
required to gain teaching experience before computer use. Give the order of computer use from
taking the teachers board examination simplest to complex?
d. Prepare for the wedding she and her a. Computer competency, computer literacy,
boyfriend have long planned to able to raise competency expertise
a family with children which they plan to rear b. Computer literacy, computer competency,
as good citizen of our country computer expertise
651. Parents are up in arms on the telephone bills that pay c. Computer literacy, computer expertise,
for sex calls. What is the solution to this problem? computer competency
a. The telephone company is to blame for this d. Computer competency, computer expertise,
b. Parents, school and students should discuss computer literacy
this openly 659. Which one is considered the “Brain” of the
c. The government restriction have no teeth microcomputer?
d. Parents allow this to make their children a. CPU c. Video
modern Screen
b. Software d. Keyboard
652. Cooperative is encouraged in as many groups as
possible. What agency controls the different 660. A group activity wherein one group representative
cooperatives? presents the output to the bigger group rather than
a. Security and Exchange Commission individual pupils presenting the output is known as:
b. Department of Local Government a. Consensus decision c. Jury
c. Commission on Audit trial
d. Bureau of Cooperative b. Composite report d.
Agenda
653. Society and media know drinking starts off drug
addiction. What should be discussed in schools? 661. In the formulation of classroom regulations, which of
a. Nobody drinks at home except father the following should a teacher refrain from doing?
b. Drug addiction has been traced to drinking a. State classroom regulation as clearly as
wine possible
c. TV ads show drinking is a source of b. Teacher and the class should make as
fellowship many regulations as possible
d. High taxes on liquor will be deterrent to c. Enlist student aid in the formation of
eventual drug use classroom regulation
654. Cooperatives have branched out to consumers d. Enforce classroom regulations consistently
cooperative. Schools have included the concepts of and fairly
cooperatives. Where is it practiced?
a. School book stores 662. Zero standard deviation means that:
a. The students scores are the same
b. Schools uniform purchases b. 50% of the scores obtained is zero
c. School canteen c. More than 50% of the score obtained is zero
d. Class stores d. Less than 50% of the scores obtained is
zero
655. A student collapsed in her social studies class. It was
found out that he did not eat her lunch. What principle 663. Which is the least authentic mode of assessment?
is shown in the situation? a. Paper-and-pencil test in vocabulary
a. Psychological need b. Oral performance to assess student’s
spoken communication skills
b. Physiological need c. Experiments in science to assess skill in the
c. Psychosomatic use of scientific methods
d. Safety need d. Artist production for music or art subject
656. The main function of a philosophy of education is to:
a. Aid the learner to build his own personal 664. In what period of a child is physical growth fastest?
philosophy a. Prenatal period
b. Reconsider existing educational goals in the
light of society’s needs b. Early adolescence
c. Early childhood
d. Prenatal and early adolescence c. Focuses students attention on her own task
relevant behavior
665. How does fear affect the voluntariness of an act? d. Shows spontaneity, variety and other signs
a. Makes the act involuntary of credibility
b. No effect at all 673. Which statement applies when scores distribution is
c. Increases voluntariness negatively skewed?
d. Lessens but not destroy voluntariness a. The mode corresponds to a lower value
b. The median is higher that the mode
666. A group of people asserts that their culture is superior c. The mode and median are equal
to another. This exemplifies: d. The mean corresponds to a high value
a. Cultural gap 674. The use of the process approach gives the student the
opportunity to:
b. Ethnocentrism a. Learn to their own
c. Cultural conflict
d. Norm conflict b. Apply the scientific method
c. Make use of laboratory apparatuses
667. A test consists of a graph showing the relationship d. Learn how to learn
between age and population. Follow a series of true- 675. A comprehension skill of higher level which may be
false items based on the graph. Which type of test inferred or implied from reading is:
does this illustrate? a. Picking out the main idea
a. Laboratory exercise
b. Drawing conclusion
b. Interpretative c. Nothing specific details
c. Problem solving d. Following direction
d. Performance
668. Which curricular move served to strengthen spiritual 676. In the Preamble of the Code of Ethics of Professional
and ethical values? Teachers, which is not mention about teachers?
a. Integration of creative thinking in all subject a. Dully licensed professionals
b. Introduction of Value Education as a
separate subject area b. Posses dignity and reputation
c. Reducing the number of subject areas into c. LET passers
the skill subject d. With high moral values
d. Re-introducing Science as all subject in 677. What does a skewed score distribution mean?
Grade 1 a. The scores are concentrated more at one
669. A teacher is a facilitator of learning and of the end or the other end
development of the youth. Which practice is not b. The mode, the mean and the median are
keeping with his role as facilitator? equal
a. Considers the multiple intelligences of c. The mean and median are equal
learners d. The scores are normally distributed
b. Humiliates misbehaving pupils
c. Dialogs with parents and with other 678. What is implied by a negatively skewed score
members of the community distribution?
d. Keeps himself abreast with educational a. The scores are evenly distributed from the
trends left to the right
670. Which one indicates a teacher’s genuine enthusiasm b. Most pupils are underachieves
and pride in teaching? c. Most of the scores are high
a. Sticking to teaching for the moment that d. Most of the scores are low
there are no better offers
b. Telling everyone that he went to teaching for 679. A teacher discovers that a product of a certain bottling
there was no other choice then company brings about damage to teeth. Much as he
c. Engaging himself in continuing professional wants to share the products of his research, he could
education not because of harassment from all sides. Which
d. Belittling the remuneration one gets from teacher’s right is violated?
teaching a. Right to property
671. In writing performance objective which word is not b. Academic freedom
acceptable?
a. Manipulate c. Delineate
c. Right to one’s honor
b. Integrate d. Comprehend
d. Right to make a livelihood
672. When is giving praise ineffective? When it?
680. Why can the calculator do arithmetic? Because:
a. Uses the accomplishment of peers as the
a. A computer inside the calculator tells it how
context for describing a student’s present
b. A watch inside direct it
accomplishment
c. A typewriter inside does it
b. Provides information to student’s about their
d. A TV inside shows it
competence and the value of their
681. On which constitutional provision is the full or partial
accomplishment
integration of capable deaf and blind students in the
classroom based? The provision on:
a. Protecting and promoting the right of all 690. Which technique is most appropriate when a teacher
citizen to qualify education wants a group to agree on a plan of action?
b. Providing citizenship and vocational training a. Composite report
to adult citizen
c. Academic freedom b. Consensus decision making
d. Creating scholarship for poor and deserving c. Symposium
students d. Agenda
682. Teaching in the cognitive, psychomotor and effective
domains is based on the concept that the learner is a: 691. What term applies to the search for related literature
a. Moral and feeling being by computing access of databases of discs kept in
b. Maternal and an acting being libraries?
c. Thinking, feeling and acting being a. Compact discs computer research
d. Spiritual and maternal being b. On line research
683. Both Muslim and Christian value marriage but the
Muslim practices polygamous marriage while the
c. Manual research
Christian practices monogamous marriage. What is
d. Computer research
this called?
a. Cultural relativism c. Ethical relativism
692. What best indicates the effectiveness of classroom
b. Acculturation d. Enculturation
activities?
684. Teacher wants to compare 2 concepts. With which
a. The laughter and enjoyment of students
technique can accomplish this best?
b. The application of concept learned in daily
a. K-W-L technique c. Spider web
life
b. Venn diagram d. Histogram
c. The utilization of varied techniques and
685. To build a sense of pride among Filipino youth what
approaches
should be done?
d. The variety of instructional materials used
a. Re-study our history and stress on our
achievements as a people
693. The main purpose of the compulsory study of the
b. Set aside the study of local history
Constitution in Philippine schools is to:
c. Re-study our history from the perspective of
a. Develop the students into responsible
our colonizers
thinking citizens
d. Replace the study of folklores and myths
b. Acquaint students with the historical
with technical subjects
development of the Philippine Constitution
686. When necessary conditions are present, the use of
c. Prepare students for law making
inductive method is preferred because:
d. Make constitutional experts of the students
a. It gives the teacher more time to rest
694. Some students who are high in the scholastic aptitude
b. There is greater active participation on the
test have failed in college. Some who are below the
part of the pupils
standards set for admission but who for various
c. It needs only few instruction materials
reasons were admitted, attained satisfactory
d. Academic time is used wisely
standings. This proves that:
a. Human beings are certainly predictable
687. Which is the best reason why teacher begins a lesson
b. Admission tests are not accurate, hence
in Math by checking and reviewing on the previous
should not be used
day’s assignment and provides practice and drills?
c. Aptitude tests do not measure all factors
a. Check if parents guide their children in the
important for success
making of assignment
d. Aptitude test can be perfectly relied on
b. Make sure that the students understand the
695. If the teachers pattern in questioning consists of
pre-requisite skills of the lesson
calling on a student then asking the question:
c. Prepare the students for the mastery test
a. All students may be encouraged to
d. Make learning interesting and enjoyable for
participate
students
b. The student called to answer may be able to
think well of his answer
688. Which is a selective reading technique meant at
c. The rest of the class may just dictate the
getting at important facts very fast?
answer
a. Skim reading c. Oral reading
d. The rest of the class may not engage
b. Scanning d. Silent reading
themselves in thinking of the answer
689. For counseling to be successful which assumption
696. Freud expounded that there is a period when young
must be avoided?
girls experience rivalry with their mother for their
a. The environment must provide assurance of
father’s affection. This is called:
confidentiality
a. Electra complex
b. The counselor tells the student what to do
b. Oedipus complex
c. The student is willing to participate in the
process
d. The counselor must be able to relate to the c. Achilles syndrome
student
d. Cassandra syndrome
697. Education is a lifelong process. This simply means
that education:
a. May take place formally or informally to 705. In testing which of the following is referred to as
enable the individual to grow cultural bias?
b. May take place anywhere and anytime the a. Some culture do better on test than others
individual so desires b. Test items are more familiar with some culture
c. Is a continuous process of experiencing and c. Test will show who is more cultured
reorganizing experiences d. Cultured people do better on tests
d. Take place in the school where the 706. Which is the most obvious and familiar way of
individual is exposed, self contained reporting variability?
experiences a. Standard deviation
698. The tendency to imitate elders is very strong in the b. Range between highest with some culture
early childhood stage. Teachers should therefore be c. Standard error of the mean
very good: d. Distribution of raw scores
a. Counselors c. Disciplinarians 707. The theory of identical elements in learning holds
b. Role models d. Facilitators of learning that transfer is facilitated when the:
699. How is Values Education offered in the National a. Teacher uses different teaching devices
Secondary Education Curriculum? b. Learner has a memory of specific responses
a. Emphasized in Science and Technology c. Development task is easily identified
b. Integrated in all subject areas d. Experience is similar to the application
c. As a separate subject situation
d. Integrated with Technology and Home
Economics 708. If this need is not met, the adolescent tends to be
700. The NSEC orients secondary education to: critical and always tries to find fault. This is the
a. The teaching of the national symbols need:
b. Health values development a. For adventure
c. The development of competencies and values b. For recognition
for social living c. To belong
d. National development requirement and reflects d. For material security
search based direction 709. The way a child talks and walks manifest gestures
701. The child cannot distinguish abstracts during the that have been learned from models he had been
sensory motor of development. Which of these exposed. This explains what influence?
techniques should a teacher apply to accommodate a. Affective c. Social
learning? b. Insight d. Cognitive
a. Make use of individualize instruction
b. Explain the lesson very well 710. Audio-visual aids are used in classroom teaching to
c. Utilize concrete objects to clarify concept __________.
d. Provide variety of educational toys a. Help make learning more permanent
702. Which of these systems of learning includes ways b. All of these
and methods which are used in preserving and c. Help clarify important concept
building certain within cultural communities? d. Arouse and sustain student’s interest
a. Non-formal learning 711. Which of the following is the most important
b. Multi-level learning purpose for using achievement test? To measure
c. Cultural learning the _________.
d. Indigenous learning a. Quality and quantity of previous learning
b. Quality and quantity of previous teaching
703. Which of the following statement is true in the use c. Educational and vocational aptitude
of experiments and demonstrations in teaching d. Capacity for future learning
Science: 712. Which of the different types of test covers a wide
a. It is valuable if used in the context of a lesson variety of objectives?
that related observation to other information a. True-false c. Matching
b. It should be encouraged in elementary school b. Multiple choice d. Essay
since the concept the encompass are difficult 713. In a multiple choice test, keeping the options brief
for your children indicates ____________.
c. It is as valuable as teaching by lecturing a. Inclusion in the item irrelevant clues such as
d. It is less valuable than teaching through inquiry the use in the correct answer
and discussion b. Non inclusion of option that mean the same
c. Plausibility and attractiveness of the item
704. Identical twins are more alike than fraternal twins. d. Inclusion in the item any word that must
Which of the following statement principle otherwise repeated in each response
supported by this? 714. Which of these criteria is the most important in test
a. Environment affects both fraternal and identical constructions?
twins a. The stem should contain the central problem
b. Intelligence hinges in physical structure b. Items should be congruent with the objectives
c. Heredity has a part in determining intelligence c. A table of specification should be prepared
d. Intelligence is determined partly by pre-natal d. Options should be of almost the same length
nutrition 715. Which of these philosophers is reflective of that of
Dewey’s which stresses the development of an
individual capable of reflective thinking specifically a. Try it out before using it in class
that of being able to solve the problem be faces b. Consider its technical quality
individually or collectively? c. Consider its availability
a. Disciplinarianism c. Experimentation d. Consider its cost
b. Developmentalism d. Rationalism
716. Which of the following abilities is stressed by 723. Tasks analysis involves the breaking down of a
humanistic education? learning task into subtasks or sub skills. Given a
a. Learn the different philosophies of education task to retell a story, which of the following skills is
b. Develop man into a thinking individual not needed?
c. Enjoy the great works of man such as the a. To disseminate information
classics b. To outline a selection
d. Make man distinctly civilized, educated and c. To identify topic sentences
refined d. To arranged events in sequence
717. An appreciation lesson is one that is designed to
lead the class to conduct and enjoy something. 724. You are assigned to teach students with varied
Which of the following statements closely abilities. You want to teach a more homogenous
approximate the meaning of the above? grouping. Which type of grouping will tend to benefit
a. An appreciation lesson should be a lesson in your students?
values a. Mixed ability grouping
b. Appreciation lessons help pupils weigh and b. Low ability group
clarify values c. Within class ability grouping
c. One cannot fully appreciate what one does d. High ability grouping
not understand or enjoy
d. A teacher should plan lessons that will guide 725. Which of the following examples illustrate the use of
children to appreciate what is beautiful questions to focus pupils attention on the key points
718. Which of the following is the best time for a teacher of the lesson?
to set up routine activities that will contribute to a. What is Rizal Park known for?
effective classroom management? b. Why are machine made goods cheaper than
a. As soon as the students have established those made by hand?
b. Daily at the start of the session c. Have you ever enjoyed watching the clouds
c. During his homeroom days on a bright day?
d. On the every first day of school d. Who came while I was writing on the
blackboard?
719. In large classes where little of the work pupils can
be individualized, the most effective and practical 726. The new teacher entered a noisy classroom. She
ways to individualize instruction is to: shouted immediately at the students desperately
a. Devise group activities which afford every trying to get order and discipline. Since then the
pupils an opportunity to work at his own teacher has not controlled the class. Which is the
b. Give the pupils freedom to launch individual most probable cause of the teacher’s failure?
projects a. The students reaction to the teacher is the
c. Assign homework and check it regularly consequence of her behavior
d. Assigned program material for out-of-class b. Rules are not defined and procedures to
hours sustain order is not put into place
c. The new teacher wants to show the class
720. Which of these is the most important principle that a who is authority
teacher should follow in initiating a program with d. The class wants to test the ability and patience
positive reinforcement? of the teacher
a. Make sure the reward comes immediately after
the appropriate behavior 727. The educational implementation of research
b. Punish negative behavior and reward positive findings relative to the ability of dull learners and
behavior bright learners to organize and generalize is for
c. Provide regular opportunity for socially teacher:
acceptable behavior a. To make the bright learners guide the dull ones
d. Consider peer approval and recognition in learning to generalize
b. To make the bright learners to generalize and
721. The trend of focusing attention on the child’s the dull ones to memorize
interests, abilities and needs and on the c. To give the dull learners to more concrete
improvement of community living necessitate the experiences to serve as basis for generalizing
use of the: d. To give both the dull and bright learners
a. Discovery approach concrete and abstract experiences to serve as
b. Conceptual technique basis for generalizing
c. Integrative approach
d. Project method 728. Which of the following will do the first to establish
good class management?
722. The best way the teacher can be of the a. Discuss the required rules for proper class
appropriateness of an instructional materials is to: behavior
b. Discuss the work plan for the year b. Stop schooling until after she gives birth
c. Prepare a seat plan c. Direct her to an abortion clinic
d. Train the class in the distribution of material d. Force her boyfriend to marry her
738. The government prescribes a higher percentage on
729. A student was diagnosed to have a high IQ but is the administration of educational institution to
failing in his academic subject. What should the Filipino citizens in order to:
teacher do to help him? a. Minimize the unemployment problem
a. Talk to his parents b. Produce globally competitive graduates
b. Examine his study habits c. Protect the rights of the citizen
c. Talk the student and find out his problem d. Ensure the teaching of Filipino
d. Refer him to the guidance counselor 739. Teacher should bear in mind that the period of
greatest mental development is from:
730. Which is the true foundation of the social order? a. 9 to 12 years c. 6 to 9 years
a. Strong, political leadership b. 12 to 15 years d. 3 to 6 years
b. The reciprocation of rights and duties 740. Which of the following is the best situation wherein
c. Equitable distribution of wealth you can balance responsibility and accountability?
d. Obedient citizenry a. A teacher paid on an hour basis, takes her
731. When do test, inventories and career information time with the subject matter until the end of the
become effective for counseling services? period
a. When the data generated are interpreted on b. A teacher paid on an hour basis, teaches as
time by professionally competent person much as she could for the duration of the
b. The psychological test result are still valid and period
reliable c. A teacher paid on an hour basis, spends most
c. When the records are updated of the time on the latest gossips in showbiz
d. When the records are kept for ready reference d. A teacher paid on an hour basis, entertain her
when needed students with stories until the end of the period
732. Which of the following is a major advantage in using 741. You have a pupil who is so talkative, naughty and
arithmetic mean? aggressive that he is a burden to the entire
a. It is more commonly used than other measures members of the class. How would you remedy this
b. It is simple to compute problem?
c. It discriminates between the lowest and the a. Talk to him seriously
lowest b. Call the parents for dialogue
d. It is more than stable than the median c. Report the case to the principal
733. When I am engaged in an external criticism in a d. Reprimand him always
historical research, what am I occupied with? The 742. What should a teacher do before constructing items
_______ of the document. for a particular test?
a. Author c. Source a. Prepare a table specifications
b. Authenticity d. Accuracy b. Review the previous lessons
734. Learners often find it much easier to fit into a new c. Determine the length of time for answering it
social situation when given encouragement and d. Announce to students the scope of the test
support. How can this be done? 743. Under which of the multiple choice type of test can
a. By discovering his new interest this question be classified? “Which of the following
b. By giving him room responsibility statement expresses this concept in different
c. By assigning “peers or Buddies” to him forms?”
d. By giving him special help a. Association c. Difference
735. Who expounded on the need to study the child b. Definition d. Cause
carefully for individualized instruction? 744. Of the following types of test which is the most
a. Da Feltre c. Boccacio subjective in scoring?
b. Erasmus d. Ascham a. Matching type c. Multiple choice
736. Which of the following should a teacher do if she b. Simple recall d. Essay
cannot pay the monthly installment of an appliance 745. In which of these research methods can the
she got from a department store in their town? researcher control certain variable?
a. Reject any notice of demand for payment to a. Experimental c. Descriptive
make the impression that she did not receive b. Ex post facto d. Historical
b. Move to another neighborhood to escape 746. During the first grading period, a student obtained
payment failing marks in five academic subjects. Which of
c. Inform the manager of the store personally and the following tests would best explain his
make a satisfactory arrangement of payment performance?
on or before the due date of payment a. Mental ability c. Attitude
d. Offer the return of the used appliance to the b. Personality d. Aptitude
store on the condition that she will be refunded 747. Measuring the work done by gravitational force is a
on the monthly installment she paid learning task. At what level of cognition is it?
737. Which of the following will you recommended to a a. Application c. Evaluation
senior high school scholar who is impregnated by a b. Knowledge d. Comprehension
fellow student? 748. Setting up criteria for scoring test is meant to
a. Tell her parent about her condition increase their ________.
a. Objectively c. Validity d. Inter quartile range
b. Reliability d. Usability 758. A child who is cold towards that people among him
749. Which of the following you will do to an examinee might have failed to attain what basic goal based on
you caught cheating and who offered a certain sum Erickson’s theory on psychological development?
of money to keep quiet? a. Autonomy c. Initiative
a. Confiscate his test paper and report him to the b. Trust d. Mistrust
examination supervisor 759. Under the learning to do, which of the following
b. Motion him to keep quiet and watch for him instruments must be acquired so that a person can
after the examination perform his work effectively?
c. Announce to all examinees the name of the a. Competence c. Compromise
cheater b. Insights d. Communication
d. Ignore him but let him feel you saw him 760. What do you think would be the actions of a teacher
750. Which of the following is the best situation wherein who found out and has proven that his principal is
you can balance rights and authority? involved in the malversation of funds of their school?
a. Allow all their only daughter’s suitor to come a. Malign him trough an anonymous letter
and go as she pleases b. Present the charge to a complete authority
b. Caution their only daughter’s choice of a c. Ignore what the teacher has discovered about
boyfriend this action of the principal
c. Censor all their only daughter’s suitor d. Circulate this issue and let it become a gossip
d. Choose a life-partner for their only daughter 761. Standard deviation is to measure of variations as
751. Classical conditioning theory is always attributed to ______ is to measure of central tendency.
him for his experiment involving the dog’s salivation as a. Quartile deviations c. Mean deviation
a reaction to the sound of the buzzer. b. Range d. Mode
a. Skinner c. Bandura 762. Which statement is/are true in constructing matching
b. Lewin d. Pavlov type of test?
752. The singing of national anthem is an offshoot of the I. The option and descriptions not necessarily
philosophical ideas of: homogenous
a. Naturalism c. Socialism II. Description in Column A and options in Column B
b. Nationalism d. Pragmatism
III.The options must be greater than the description
753. An adolescent combines his ability to use deductive
and inductive reasoning in realistic rules that he can IV. The directions must state the basis of matching
respect and live by. When he does this, how does he a. I, II, and III c. I, II, and IV
perceive his environment? b. II, III, and IV d. I, II, III, and IV
a. He sees the world through the eyes of the people 763. Which of the following should be AVOIDED in
b. He interprets events from a limited point of view constructing true or false test?
c. He sees events apart for himself and other I. Verbal clues and specific determiner
people
d. He views the world from his own perspective II. Terms denoting definite degree of amount
754. Which of the following statement is the main reason
why should negative words be avoided in constructing III. Taking elements directly from the book
multiple choices tests?
a. Might be overlooked IV. Keep true and false statement the same in length
b. Stems tends to be longer
c. More difficult to construct option a. I and III only c. I, II, and IV
d. Increase the difficulty of the test item b. I, II and III d. II and IV only
755. Student David was asked to report to the guidance 764. The discriminating index number 15 is 0.44 this means
office. Student David and his classmates at once that:
remark: “What’s wrong?” what does this mean? a. Equal number of student got the correct answer
a. Guidance counselor are perceived to be b. More students from the upper group got the item
“almighty and omniscient” correctly
b. The parents of student Jay must be of the c. More students from the lower group got the item
delinquent type correctly
c. Reporting to a Guidance Office is often d. The test item is very easy
associated with misbehavior 765. Some children go through a period of intense appetite
d. Student Jay is a “problem” student when they eat or chew on all sorts of inedible
756. Which of the following assessment techniques best substances. This is called:
assess the objective “ plans and designs an a. Pica c. Encopresis
experiment to be performed” b. Enuresis d. Anorexia
a. Rating scale c. 766. What is the main advantage of using table of
Checklist specification when constructing periodic test?
b. Paper and pencil test d. Essay a. It reduces the scoring time
757. What type of measure of variation easily affected by b. It improves the sampling of content areas
the extreme scores? c. It makes test construction earlier
a. Quartile deviation d. It increase the reliability of the test result
b. Standard deviation 767. If a teacher is an advocate of banking concept in
c. Range Education he or she viewed student as?
a. Clear account to be filled up by the teacher
b. Dormant account to be activated by the teacher c. Assign leadership roles to the children of the
c. Wobble account to be balanced by the teacher upper social class
d. All of the above d. Avail the influence of mass media for children of
768. Teacher Maechelle is a neophyte teacher. One time a all classes
mother of one of her students confronted and 775. The freedom constitution which provided the present
maligned her in front of her colleagues. How should philosophy of education was the contribution of the
conduct Teacher Myla react on this kind of situation? Aquino administration. Which of this statement is NOT
a. Walk away and ignore the mother consistent with our education philosophy?
b. Answer back the mother and malign her too a. Restore Ethical and moral values
c. Wait until the emotion of the mother subsides and b. Appreciate the roles of foreigners on the historical
invite her to discuss the concern with the principal saga of the country
or guidance counselor c. Foster nationalism and patriotism
d. Allow the mother to keep on maligning her until d. Introduce vocational and scientific efficiency
it’s her turn to do the same 776. In the preamble of the Code of Ethics for Professional
769. Ms. Teodora is always guarded by the principle that Teachers, which of the following teacher descriptions
she has a foremost responsibility as a teacher. Given is included in the Code of Ethics of the Professional
the following which do you think is the main Teachers?
responsibility of Ms. Sanchez? a. With satisfactory teaching performance
a. Ask the challenging question b. Duly licensed professional
b. Guides students in learning process c. Persons of dignity and reputation
c. Shares responsibility in counseling d. Passed the Licensure Exams for teacher
d. Inspires student to interesting lessons 777. A number of researchers found the effects of maternal
770. Which of the following would best describe the role of employment on children’s achievement are:
the schools? a. Fully establish c. Positive and negative
a. To educate the citizens b. Negative d. Hardly establish
b. To educate the citizens to change the society 778. Babyhood is often referred to as a “critical period” in
c. To fit the citizens into the society the development of personality because:
d. All of the above a. Changes in the personality pattern take place
771. Manual aesthetic activities involving attitudes and b. At this time the foundations are laid upon which
feelings are primarily expressive of emotions and the adult personality structure we built
values not thoughts. An example of this motor skills is: c. The brain grows and develops at such an
a. Baking a cake with background music accelerated rate during babyhood
b. Saving a board for the wall of a book cabinet d. At the time the baby is exposed to many hazards
c. Dancing and playing musical instruments both physical and psychological
d. Manipulating a bowling ball to achieve a strike 779. Research established that complete coordination of
772. Parents and teachers are considered as authorities motor activities is attained at:
and models by children at the early childhood stage. a. Childhood stage c. Pre-natal stage
What does this statement imply? b. Infanc d. Adolescence
a. Parent Teacher conference should always be an stage
activity in school 780. Which of these theories holds that human activity is
b. Parents should enforce strict discipline at home based on the interaction of stimuli and responses?
and teachers in school a. Vector c. Association
c. Teachers and Parents should serve as role b. Social learning d. Cognitive field
models at all times 781. It is the process by which an organism inherent the
d. Teachers should demand complete obedience characteristics traits of the patients:
from the learners in school a. Fertilization c. Maturation
773. Which of these statements regarding professional’s b. Heredity d. Development
teachers is the major difference in the 782. When the daughter is completing with the father for
professionalization of teachers and teaching as the fathers attention, the daughter is said to be
promulgated in Presidential Decree 1006 and in experiencing:
Republic Act 7836? a. Sexual deviation c. Identity crisis
a. Assigned at the tertiary level in both private and b. Electra complex d. Oedipus complex
state colleges and universities 783. If children are cooperatively engaged with the teacher
b. Assigned at the elementary and secondary levels in a group project the children will discipline
in both public and private schools themselves as each member of the group exercises:
c. Holder of valid professional license and certificate a. Special interest
of registration b. Moral compulsion
d. Appointed on full-time basis and on permanent c. Obedience to the teacher
status d. Peer influence
774. Social stratification is greatly developed in the 784. Operation “Return to the basic” was launched by the
classroom. Which of these activities would be an department of education, Culture and sports not only
effective way of avoiding or minimizing this? to upgrade pupil achievement but also to:
a. Encourage higher education aspirations among a. Emphasize the importance of the 3Rs
the less privileged pupils b. Develop thinking skills
b. Provide limited experience to children of less c. Encourage pupils to study
privileged classes d. Serve as the basis for learning continuum
785. Which of the following embodies the operation “return Also, he found out that most of them are wealthy
to the Basics”? because they have chosen a lucrative profession.
a. National Secondary Achievement Test Confronted with this situation, how should teacher Eric
b. New Elementary School Curriculum react?
c. New Secondary Education Curriculum a. Hide to those asked his real profession
d. National Elementary Achievement Test b. Tell with pride that he is a teacher by profession
786. In a classroom it is possible to see the teacher doing c. Leave the event so as to avoid being asked about
the following to faci9litate learning. his profession
I. The class reads a workbook on the d. Answer not their question concerning his
characteristics of animals profession
II. The class copies the characteristics of animals 795. Teachers being the trustee of the cultural and
educational heritage of the nation are under obligation
from books
to:
III. The class goes out to the zoo to observe the a. Promote obedience to the laws of the state
animals b. Promote national pride, cultivate love of country &
IV. The teacher shows posters of animals instill allegiance to the constitution
Which of these teacher’s activities reflects an c. Transmit to learners such heritage and elevate
interactive environment? national morality
a. III and IV c. I and IV d. All of the above
b. I and II d. III only 796. The principal is very much interested in a quality
787. As provider for the education act of 1982, how much professional development program of her teachers.
are the institutions of learning encouraged to set Which of the following should she consider to realize
higher standards of quality over and above the this?
minimum required for state recognition? a. Prescribe by top educational teachers
a. Formal education b. Required for renewal of professional license
b. Academic freedom c. Responsive to identified teachers needs
c. Voluntary accreditation d. Dependent on the availability of funds
d. Continuing Professional Education (CPE) 797. Ms. Soriano wants to help in ending Ms. Del Mundo’s
788. The following is TRUE in the development of act of immorality but doesn’t have to encourage
understanding in early childhood except: confronting her. What she did was to write and
a. Sensory experiences secretly distribute copies of anonymous letter to her
b. Abilities to reason & to see relationship colleagues. What should have been done instead?
c. Ability to ask questions a. Secretly give anonymous letter only to the people
d. Ability to explore their environment concerned
789. The first kindergarten also known as “a garden where b. If the charge is valid; present such charge under
children could grow” was the product of research by: oath before her school head
a. Froebel c. Pestalozzi c. Ask a third party to write the anonymous letter to
b. Herbart d. Rousseau prevent her from being involved
790. Values development is integrated in all subjects in the d. Talk to the married man with whom Ms. Del
NSEC while values education is: Mundo is having an illicit affair
a. Emphasized in science and technology 798. The principal ask his good teacher to write modular
b. Offered as a separate subject lesson in Filipino, then he had them published with his
c. Emphasize for creativity and productivity name printed as author. Which is unethical in this
d. Integrated with technology and home economics case?
791. Which of the following is a mark of a good teacher? a. He burdened the teachers with work not related
a. Has the habit of preparing for visual aids to teaching
b. Has the mastery of the lesson b. He got the merit which was due for his teacher-
c. Has the control of the class writer
d. Has the capability to implement corporal c. He had the modular lessons published when they
punishment worth publishing
792. The main function of a philosophy of education is to: d. He wants to exclusive beneficiary of the royalty
a. Aid the learner to build his own personal from the modules
philosophy 799. Teacher Vincent, a teacher for thirty two years,
b. Define the goals and set the direction for which refuses to attend seminars. He claims that his thirty
education is to strive two years of teaching is more than all the seminars he
c. Provide the academic background prerequisite to is asked to attend. Are his actuation and thinking in
learning accordance with the code of Ethics for professional
d. Reconsider existing education goals in the light of teachers?
society’s needs a. Yes, provided he has an excellent performance
793. The control and the administration of all educational rating
institutions shall be vested in the citizens of the b. No, non attendance to seminars would mean no
Philippines is stipulated in: increase in salary
a. P.D.1006 c. 1987 Constitution c. No, a professional teacher, regardless of
b. P.D. 6-A d. P.D. 176 teaching experience, ought to go through CPE
794. During the class reunion of teacher, Eric learned that d. Yes, because he taught for thirty two years and
most of his classmates are successful in their fields. may have mastered the traded
800. Education is a continuous process of experiencing and a. Workable c. Feasible
visiting or reorganizing experiences according to a b. Available d. Affordable
Progressivist. What does it mean? 809. When asked, students of teacher Eric described him
a. Education takes place anytime and anywhere as someone who knows what he is talking about.
b. Education goes on throughout life Teacher Eric therefore exhibits a power known as:
c. Education happens formally or informally a. Expert power c. Referent power
d. Education begins and ends in school b. Reward power d. Legitimate power
801. The main contribution of the Arroyo Administration in 810. When choosing an instructional aide or device, the
education is Republic Act No. 9155. This provision: primary consideration of the teacher would be:
a. Started the national scholarship program a. Suitability c. Availability
b. Renamed the DECS to DepEd b. Cost d. Efficiency
c. Conceptualized the K-12 Education Program 811. To show disapproval to the misbehavior of the
d. Established the study now-pay later system student, Teacher Paul clears his throat and looks
802. The main Purpose of compulsory education of the intently at the erring. This classroom management
constitution is to: style is commonly known as:
a. Prepare students to be lawyer a. Direct appeal c. Dropping of name
b. Develop students with into responsible thinking b. Proximity control d. Signal interference
citizen 812. Which of the computer-based instructional tool can
c. Acquaint students with the historical development help you revise written work such as short stories and
of the constitution essays?
d. Make student’s constitutional expert a. Spreadsheets c. Desktop
803. Which of the following situations which violate the publishin
principle of respect? b. Database d. Word processing
a. Teacher B is giving special favor to students to 813. Ms. Agatep wants to show to her class a magnified
please so that she can get a remarkable result in picture of the Mt. Pinatubo’s crater fixed on a bond
the evaluation paper. Which of the following tools can she use?
b. Teacher A tells her student that what teacher B a. Slides c. Overhead Projector
taught is wrong b. Filmstrip d. Opaque Projector
c. Teacher B, upon learning what teacher A did, 814. As a teacher employing the project-based multimedia
asked the students not to attend her class learning (PBML) strategy, what are some limitations
d. All of the above teachers expect from the encounter?
804. If a teacher states that specialization knows more and I. There is a need for extending the to use several
more about less and less, hence it is better to be media
generalist. What kind of philosophy does he uphold? II. The presentation of the product is not an easy
a. Positivism c. Progressivism task
b. Essentialism d. Existentialism III. The technology skills to produce a product maybe
805. Teacher Paul is an inspiration to almost all of the lacking
students. His efficiency and effectiveness in the a. I, II, III c. I only
profession is truly outstanding. Which of the following b. III only d. II only
describes this attitude towards him? 815. B.F. skinner is a known psychologist and the one who
a. Naturalism c. Idealism first to describe operant conditioning. Which of the
b. Progressivism d. Perennialism techniques is an application of operant conditioning?
806. Teacher finds teaching in a multi cultural classes very a. Master learning
challenging. Which among the following choices will b. Process approach
alleviate the difficulty of addressing these challenges? c. Project method
a. She must embody a curriculum rather than d. Computer assisted instruction
perspective 816. Which of the following choices is considered as social
b. She must nurture diversity rather than practicing force that affects the school and the curriculum?
domination and oppression a. Nature of knowledge
c. She must consider stereo typing rather than b. Learners’ characteristics
cultural identities and biased attitudes c. Learner’s style
d. She must welcome one sided view rather than d. Changes in gender roles
the recognition of biases 817. Which of the following is an expression of child’s
807. Ms. Janina is the most admired pre-school teacher in interest in his body?
her school. Which among the following can best a. Comparing themselves with others
explain her being a good teacher? b. Looking at themselves in the mirror
a. She endorses all the projects of the school for her c. Commenting on various parts o the body
students d. Looking the picture of adult men and women
b. She manages to instill control to her students 818. Motor development is satisfied by a particular child
c. She gives easy exams to her students who;
d. She adheres to the want of the parents for their a. Recognize the different sizes of toys given to him
children b. Learns how to walk, run, steer and jump
808. Teacher Vincent bought a hamster in the class during c. Has playmates within the neighborhood & is
the lecture about mammals. The hamster is a device popular among kids
commonly known as a REALIA. Teacher can bring d. Known how to control his emotions because he
realia only when: could not ride the motor cycle
819. Which among the following drugs is commonly used d. Allowing the student to be exposed to various
for children with ADHD? teaching techniques
a. Valium c. Retalin 829. All of the following shows respect for individual
b. Haldol d. Thorazine differences except:
820. What is the main reason why children with ADHD a. Give greater attention to gifted learners
have limited learning skills? b. Treat all learners alike while the classroom
a. Act on impulse and cannot concentrate c. Provide for a variety of learning activities
b. Must take stimulants which shorten attention d. Prepare modules for slow learners in class
span 830. Students who are disobedient and display negative
c. Are given sedatives which make them listen attitudes towards others are best handled by teacher
d. Are mildly retarded who will:
821. Many concerned parents commonly make the mistake a. Detain him after office hours for him to do what
of: he has been ordered to
a. Deliberately creating high levels of stress for their b. Avoid giving him orders or if you do and the
child objects take back the order
b. Unintentionally rewarding their children for c. Take every opportunity to praise him for every
creating stress positive attitude displays
c. Attempting to protect their children from all stress d. Insist on compliance to the same degree required
d. Unintentionally creating high levels of stress for of pupils
their child 831. Which of the following develops critical thinking skills
822. Stuttering is commonly caused by: among the students?
a. Problem with physical origin a. Asking convergent question
b. Psychological consequence of permissive b. Blind obedience to authority
parenting c. A willingness to suspend judgment
c. Side effects of authoritarian parenting d. Asking low level questions
d. Result of fixation caused by conflicts during toilet 832. A child who always fights with his/her classmates, who
training has a very short attention span, and who has frequent
823. How can parents foster initiative and independence in tantrums is believed to be suffering from:
children? a. Mental retardation
a. Mastering psychomotor skills b. Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
b. Encouragement from parents when a child plans c. Down syndrome
carries out a task d. Learning disability
c. Identity versus role confusion 833. Teacher Elaine has been lecturing for more than an
d. None of the above hour and she notice that students are not anymore
824. Which stage considers teachers, peers and adults able to absorb additional information. This
outside the home important in shaping attitude toward phenomenon is known as:
oneself? a. Stagnation c. Boredom
a. Initiative versus guilt b. Procrastination d. Plateau of learning
b. Industry versus inferiority 834. Planned ignoring, signal interference and proximity
c. Trust versus mistrust control are techniques used in:
d. Integrity versus despair a. Operant conditioning
825. When a child manifest mutism, self-destructive b. Managing surface behavior
behavior and echolalia, the child might be showing the c. Managing temper tantrums
symptoms of: d. Life space interviewing
a. Anorexia nervosa c. Dyslexia 835. A foreigner who is studying here in the Philippines was
b. Childhood autism d. ADHD turned off by the Filipinos way of eating Balut and
826. When a person’s moral choices are determined by the Frogs:
direct consequences of actions. He is most like in the a. Xenocentrism c. Colonial mentality
stage of: b. Ethnocentrismd d. Culture shock
a. Conventional c. Post 836. Who among the following claimed that children are
conventional natural learners and therefore must be taught in
b. Concrete d. Pre conventional natural settings?
827. What is the motivation of the person who paints for the a. Kohlberg c. Montessori
sheer enjoyment of creating artwork? b. Piaget d. Froebel
a. Insufficient c. Extrinsic 837. The concept that learning to read or write does not
b. Intrinsic d. Intrinsic & Extrinsic happen quickly but is build upon many small steps that
828. Providing variety of learning activities to students is a occur over the course of the child’s early childhood.
characteristics of a teacher who understands the a. Innate literacy
principle of: b. Emergent literacy
a. Proactive teaching as a modem technique of c. Functional literacy
teaching d. Academic Literacy
b. Facilitating learning with emphasis on individual 838. A boy is closer to his mother and a girl is close to her
differences father. These instances are under:
c. Reward as a potential means of increasing the a. Latent stage c. Phallic stage
participation b. Oedipal Complex d. Pre-genital stage
839. Laughing at two year old child who uttered a bad word d. A.D. 274-259 - government establish a monopoly
is not a proper thing to do because in this stage of the on education
child’s life, the child is: 849. Whose philosophy influences the present emphasis on
a. Considering the views of others character education and values education in our
b. Distinguishing right from wrong school system?
c. Distinguishing sex differences a. Tagore c. Confucius
d. Socializing b. Gandhi d. Bonifacio
840. The school director emphasizes the necessity of clean 850. During the distribution of the report card, which of
and green environment to contribute to effective the following must be the foremost concern of
teaching and learning. This is an example of: teacher?
a. Establish rapport between teachers and pupils a. Discuss the projects of the school
b. Providing an atmosphere conductive to learning b. Discuss the unsettled bill of the students
c. Providing adequate physical facilities c. Discuss the progress as well as the
d. Utilize educational technology deficiencies of the stu7dent
841. The teachers are facilitators of learning. Which of the d. Discuss the complaints of other teachers and
following negates this principle? classmates of the students
a. Performs not only classrooms roles but 851. After listening to the homily of the priest about
community involvement as well fidelity, Catherine has a moment of reflection. Her
b. Focus background of the students understanding of the value of fidelity has become
c. Familiar with the latest innovations in teaching deeper as she related this to her past experience.
d. Uses pro-active discipline method This typifies what kind of philosophy?
842. Which of these philosophies is reflective of the a. Constructivism c. Humanism
Dewey’s which s\tresses the development of an b. Reconstructivism d. Existentialism
individual capable of reflecting thinking specially that 852. Teacher Vincent is a new teacher. He realizes that
of being able to solve the problem he faces handling his student’s misbehavior is a very
individually or collectively? demanding aspect of classroom management. In
a. Disciplinism c. Experimentation this regard he thought of giving up teaching. What
b. Developmentalism d. Rationalism advice can you give him?
843. The present military training in our school curriculum is a. Report every student’s misbehavior to the
an influence of: principal
a. Sparta c. Greece b. Agree with the class on what rules to follow
b. Rome d. Athens c. Set the ground rules for the whole class
844. Basic education includes secondary education. Which d. None of the above
of the following contributed to the establishment of 853. Which of the following is a result of compressing a
secondary schools? file?
a. Reformation c. Realistic a. The file size is smaller
b. Rationalism d. Human b. The file deleted
Education c. The three character extension is hidden
845. The nearest to the real thing according to Edgar d. All file properties
Dale’s Cone of Experience is: 854. Mrs. Anita Kusing was not accepted by a certain
a. Watching demo company because of her age. This discrimination
b. Viewing images based on age is called
c. Attending Exhibit a. Gerontism c. Agelism
d. Hearing and listening b. Autism d. Senilism
846. This is pre-planned collection of sample of student 855. Vincent parents do not want their child with ADHD
works, assessed results and other output produced by to undergo drug treatment, their better alternative
the students: would be
a. Anecdotal report c. Portfolio a. Behavior modification or behavior
b. Diary d. Observation management
image b. Psychotherapy
847. Which of the following statements is one of the c. Punishment
strength of an autobiography as a technique for d. Progressive inhibition
personality appraisal? 856. Ripple effect can also be seen in misdemeanor. The
a. It can replace data obtain from other data teacher should therefore:
techniques a. Reinforce positive behavior
b. It may be read by unauthorized people b. Immediately responds to misbehavior
c. It gives complete data about the author c. Be consistent in classroom management
d. It makes possible presentation of intimate d. Count 1 to 10 before she gets angry
experiences 857. Metacognition is primarily characterized by:
848. The present Philippine Teachers professionalization a. Recalling the past lesson
Act had its beginning on what period of roman history? b. Thinking about their thinking
a. 295 B.C. - schools were elementary only c. Visualizing in advance
b. A.D. 100 - A.D. 175 - government increased its d. Formulating hypothesis
subsidy for education 858. A person who is friendly and has a capacity to make
c. 132 B.C. - A.D. 100 - Latin literature and people laugh possesses:
grammar were perfected a. Interpersonal intelligence
b. Naturalistic intelligence a. Abilities to reason and to see relationship
c. Spatial intelligence b. Sensory experiences
d. Intrapersonal intelligence c. Ability to explore their environment
859. Which of the following is an example of norm- d. Ability to ask questions
referenced interpretation? 868. Teacher Eric would like to compare and contrast
a. Josh’s test score is higher that 89% of the plant cell vs. animal cell. He would most likely use:
class a. Fishbone diagram c. Tree Diagram
b. Francis set up his laboratory equipment in 2 b. Venn Diagram d. KWL chart
minutes 869. Which of the following are the basic components of
c. RJ solve five problems correctly out of thirty curriculum design?
words a. Assessment, teaching strategies and textbooks
d. Bea must spell twenty five words correctly out b. Content, structure and deliver
of thirty words c. Philosophy, goals and objectives
860. A type of error committed in grading the d. Standards, learning competencies, and
performance of the students by the rater who avoids evaluation
both extremes of the scale and tends to rate 870. The following are examples of learning centered
everyone as revenge design except:
a. Severity error a. Child centered design
b. Central tendency error b. Life situation design
c. Generosity error c. Humanistic centered design
d. Logical error d. Experience centered design
861. Which of the following test items can be effectively 871. Which of the following statements about computer
measure higher order of cognitive learning viruses are TRUE?
objectives? a. Text files are the only files to be corrupted by
a. Achievement test virus.
b. Extended essay test b. Files damaged by computer viruses can be
c. Completion test cured
d. Objective test c. Files are always permanently damage by
862. A student finding it hard to read. When the guidance viruses
counselor traced the child’s history, the counselor d. Compressed files can never be damaged by
was able to find out the student came from a viruses
dysfunctional family, aside from that the child was 872. The students of Teacher Corazon feels that their
abused and neglected. What could have caused the teacher has an “eye behind her head” this
students reading disability? characteristics of the teacher is known as:
a. Poor teaching a. Referent Power c. Pygmalion Effect
b. Emotional factors b. Withitness d. Rosenthal Effect
c. Neurological factors 873. After studying the Principle of identity, teaching
d. Immunity Beng ask her students to determine which among
863. The best example Operant conditioning among the the given set of problems conforms to the said
following is: identity. This shows that teacher beng upholds this
a. Fostering conductive learning environment kind of philosophy?
b. Connecting facts and concept a. Perennialism c. Essentialism
c. Using reinforcement b. Progressivism d. Naturalism
d. Using manipulative device 874. How will you classify the purpose of the school as it
864. The failure in the test of independence among concerns with the training and preparation of
Filipino students can be attributed to citizens for the world of work?
a. Lack of skills a. Political Purpose c. Economic
b. High degree of dependence to authority Purpose
c. Strong family ties b. Cognitive Purpose d. Social Purpose
d. All of the above 875. A child submitted a poor written report but package
865. Mrs. Soriano is admitted for being an effective with boringly colored paper cover. This
classroom manager. She is not only friendly but at showcase____.
the same time be_______ a. Art over academics
a. Confident c. Analytical b. “porma” over substance
b. Business-like d. Buddy-buddy c. Substance over “porma”
866. Which of the following would be the most fitting d. Art over science
action for the teacher who is having a relationship 876. Clearance has inherent skills in taking care of
with his/her student? plants. It is highly possible that she has ________
a. Deny the relationship intelligence.
b. Continue the relationship and exercise utmost a. Intrapersonal intelligence
professional discretion about this b. Naturalistic intelligence
c. Enjoy the relationship while it last c. Spatial intelligence
d. Defer the relationship until they are already to d. Existential intelligence
admit it 877. According to Erickson, a child who is cold towards
867. The following is TRUE in the development of that people among him might have failed to attain
understanding in early childhood, except:
what basic goal based on psychosocial d. Fair use
development? 887. Which of the following are the rationales behind
a. Autonomy c. Initiative using technology in the classrooms?
b. Trust d. Mistrust I. Motivational
878. What is most likely characteristic of children aged 3 II. Unique instructional capabilities
to 5 according to Erickson? III. Increase Teachers’ Productivity
a. Mischievous c. Lazy
a. I only c. II and III only
b. Egocentric d. Altruistic
b. I and II only d. I, II, and III
879. Mrs. Cruz dreams to organize a seminar with a
888. Using Bloom’s Taxonomy, the highest among the
known poet from another country but she cannot
following is:
afford to spend for a transportation of the said poet.
a. Critical Comprehension
Which of the following can she use so she won’t
b. Critical evaluation
need to spend much?
c. Integration
a. Distant communication
d. Literal comprehension
b. Instant messaging
889. Among the following educators, who proposed the
c. Video conferencing
placement of children in a “prepared environment”?
d. Podcasting
a. Thorndike c. Kilpatrick
880. Teacher Lally wants her students to express their
b. Montessori d. Froebel
opinions regarding a certain government issue.
890. To improve comprehension and retention among
Which of the following can she use to do this?
the students, the teachers best option would be use
a. Forum c. Email
a. Six thing hats
b. Blog d. Group messaging system
b. SQ3R
881. Which is the first step in planning periodic test?
c. Contextual Clues
a. Select the type of test to be used
d. Autodidactic Activities
b. Construct a table specification
891. Who among the philosophers considered habits and
c. Go back to the instructional objectives
reasons as equally important Forces to be cultivated
d. Determine the group of whom the test is
in education?
intended
a. Avicenna c. Jerome Bruner
882. Below is a list of methods used to establish the
b. Aristotle d. Maria Montessori
reliability of a test, which method is questionable
892. What practice(s) will demonstrate the teachers
due to practice and familiarity?
genuine concern on the learning of students?
a. Split half c. Kuder
a. Confer progress of students to their parent
Richardson
b. Guides students to meet their learning goals
b. Equivalent form d. Test retest
c. Validates if learning goals were met
883. What is meaning of TOS in the parlance of test
d. All of the above
construction?
893. Which of the following is the most important
a. Table of specifics
component of educational reform?
b. Table of specification
a. Allowing the students to participate more in
c. Table of specific test
extra-curricular activities
d. Table of subject
b. Implementing a better curriculum for students
884. Ms. Soriano will be absent for two days because of
c. Hiring only the excellent teachers
a national conference. She wants her student to
d. Involving parents in the dedication for the
work on a certain module. What is the fastest way
children
of sending the module to her students while she is
894. To increase the difficulty of a multiple choice test
away?
item, which of the following should be done?
a. Share it to all her students in her live account
a. Make the options equal in length
b. Email a module to her students
b. Make the options homogeneous
c. Send the module through group instant
c. Make it grammatically correct
messaging
d. Make the stem
d. Message each of the students on a social
895. Teacher Anna set 85% accuracy in a test on
networking site
predicting the kind of weather given 5 different
885. Teacher Vincent is assigned to handle a multiple
atmospheric conditions. May obtain a score of 82%
grade class. What instructional material must be
can be interpreted as:
used to provide the need of each grade?
a. She is 3% short of the set percentile score
a. Differentiated materials to cater to different
b. She did not meet the set standards by 3%
levels
c. She obtained 82% percentile score
b. Multisensory materials
d. She is higher than 82% of the group
c. Colorful, useful and durable materials
896. Teacher Vincent wants to establish the reality of
d. Materials of high level thinking skills
test in biology. Which of the following will he
886. A document publishes by a school district that
accomplish?
identifies rules of behavior that must be followed by
I. Administer a parallel test
anyone using the school districts computers,
network, or internet connection.
II. Split the test
a. Ethical internet use policy
b. Classroom rules
III. Construct a variety of items
c. Acceptable use policy
IV. Administer the same test twice a. The mean, The median and the moderate are
equal
a. I, III, IV c. I, II b. Most of the scores are low
b. I, II, IV d. I, IV c. Most of the scores are high
897. Teacher Vilma constructed a matching type test d. The mode is high
item. IN her column of descriptions are
combinations presidents, current issues, and sports.
Which of the constructing a matching type test
items was NOT followed?
a. The descriptions must be homogenous
b. The options must be greater than the
descriptions
c. The descriptions must be heterogeneous
d. Arrange the options according the orders
898. Which of the following does not belong to the group
when we talk about projective personality test?
a. Sentence completion test
b. Word association test
c. Interview
d. Thematic Apperception test
899. Which of the following is the main purpose of
administering a pre test and post test to the
stu8dents?
a. Measure the value of the materials used
b. Accustom the students in frequent testing
c. Measure gain in learning
d. Measure the effectiveness of instruction
900. Which is implied by a positively skewed score
distribution?