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PROFESSIONAL
EDUCATION 1

Joselito B. Tindugan
Discussant
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1. As a parent and at the same time a teacher, which


of the following will you to do to show your cooperation
to a PTA project in your school to be financed with the
proceeds of the sales of the school canteen where food
prices are a little bit higher?
a. Bring food for you and your children, but always
make it a point to buy in the school
canteen.
b. Buy all your food in the school canteen but
request for a discount
c. Bring food enough for you and your children but
do not eat in the canteen
d. Buy all your food from the school canteen even if
you cannot afford to do everyday
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1. As a parent and at the same time a teacher, which


of the following will you to do to show your cooperation
to a PTA project in your school to be financed with the
proceeds of the sales of the school canteen where food
prices are a little bit higher?
a. Bring food for you and your children, but always
make it a point to buy in the school
canteen.
b. Buy all your food in the school canteen but
request for a discount
c. Bring food enough for you and your children but
do not eat in the canteen
d. Buy all your food from the school canteen even if
you cannot afford to do everyday
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2. How can you help a habitual borrower of


money get rid of his habit?
a. Let him do something for you in return
for the money you lent him
b. Direct him to others
c. Do not lend him money anymore
d. Ask for a collateral for the cash he is
loaning
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2. How can you help a habitual borrower of


money get rid of his habit?
a. Let him do something for you in return
for the money you lent him
b. Direct him to others
c. Do not lend him money anymore
d. Ask for a collateral for the cash he is
loaning
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3. Periodic checks on student seatwork


with a smile and pat on the shoulder
effectively reinforce good study habits is an
example of _____.
a. Discrimination reinforcement
b. Variable-ratio schedule
c. Continuous reinforcement
d. Fixed interval & variable-interval
schedule
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Discrimination Reinforcement
In a discrimination learning task the learner is required to
respond differentially to different stimuli.

Variable-Ratio Schedule
It is a schedule of reinforcement where a response is
reinforced after an unpredictable number of responses.

Continuous Reinforcement
The desired behavior is reinforced every single time it
occurs. Once the response is firmly attached with the behavior,
reinforcement is usually switched to a partial reinforcement
schedule.

Fixed Interval and Variable-Interval Schedule


The periodic checks on student seatwork with a smile
and pat on the shoulder effectively reinforce good study habits.
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Q3

3. Periodic checks on student seatwork


with a smile and pat on the shoulder
effectively reinforce good study habits is an
example of _____.
a. Discrimination reinforcement
b. Variable-ratio schedule
c. Continuous reinforcement
d. Fixed interval & variable-interval
schedule
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4. A student strives to work at a given task


because of a need. Which of the following
situations can make a student strive to meet his
needs?
a. Minimize the unpleasant consequences of
student involvement
b. Utilize your own opinion as teacher in making
final decisions in the classroom
c. Use unfamiliar materials as examples in
order to initially arouse their curiosity
d. Ask pupils to submit test questions or
reactions from which you can select
topics.
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4. A student strives to work at a given task


because of a need. Which of the following
situations can make a student strive to meet his
needs?
a. Minimize the unpleasant consequences of
student involvement
b. Utilize your own opinion as teacher in making
final decisions in the classroom
c. Use unfamiliar materials as examples in
order to initially arouse their curiosity
d. Ask pupils to submit test questions or
reactions from which you can select
topics.
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5. The singing of the National anthem


in schools is an offshoot of the
philosophy of _______.
a. Nationalism
b. Pragmatism
c. Naturalism
d. Socialism
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Pragmatism is a straightforward practical way of thinking


about things or dealing with theories and principles.

Naturalism is a movement or a school advocating factual


or realistic description of life, including its less pleasant
aspects.

Socialism is a political system or theory in which the


means of production and distribution are controlled by the
people and operated according to equity and fairness rather
than market principles.

Nationalism is devotion to a nation and its interests, often


associated with a belief that one country is superior to all
others.
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5. The singing of the National anthem


in schools is an offshoot of the
philosophy of _______.
a. Nationalism
b. Pragmatism
c. Naturalism
d. Socialism
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6. The environment in order to facilitate learning


must be interactive. Which of the following best
typifies this kind of environment?
a. The child goes out and discovers for himself
some rocks or fossils.
b. The child listens to a lecture on fossils given
by the teacher
c. The child summarizes the section on fossils
in his science textbook
d. The child copies a list of facts concerning
fossils on the blackboard
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6. The environment in order to facilitate learning


must be interactive. Which of the following best
typifies this kind of environment?
a. The child goes out and discovers for himself
some rocks or fossils.
b. The child listens to a lecture on fossils given
by the teacher
c. The child summarizes the section on fossils
in his science textbook
d. The child copies a list of facts concerning
fossils on the blackboard
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7. Social development means the acquisition


of the ability to behave in accordance with
______.
a. Social expectation
b. Stereotypes behavior
c. Social insight
d. Universal norms
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Universal Norm
It is a universally accepted group-held belief about how
members should behave in a given context.
Stereotyped Behavior
In psychiatry, it is a persistent mechanical repetition of speech
or movement, sometimes occurring as a symptom of schizophrenia,
autism or other mental disorder.
Social Insight
It refers to the ability to see clearly and intuitively the nature of
complex social situation
Social Expectation
It refers to the standard of conduct or performance expected
from somebody.
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7. Social development means the acquisition


of the ability to behave in accordance with
______.
a. Social expectation
b. Stereotypes behavior
c. Social insight
d. Universal norms
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8. How does an adolescent, who combines ability


to use deductive and inductive reasoning in
constructing realistic rules that he can respect
and live by, perceive his environment?
a. He views the world from his own perspective
b. He interprets events from a limited views
c. He does events apart from himself and other
people
d. He does the world and himself through the
eyes of other people
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Inductive Reasoning
> generalizing to produce a universal claim or
principle from observed instances.

Deductive Reasoning
> forming of conclusions by applying the rules
of logic to a premise
Q8
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8. How does an adolescent, who combines ability


to use deductive and inductive reasoning in
constructing realistic rules that he can respect
and live by, perceive his environment?
a. He views the world from his own perspective
b. He interprets events from a limited views
c. He does events apart from himself and other
people
d. He does the world and himself through the
eyes of other people
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9. Who introduced the technique of using


drawing of a man as a measure of
intelligence?
a.
b.
c.
d.

Aristotle
Herbert
Goodenough
Binet
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Florence Goodenough
> developed the Draw-A-Person Test which
is a psychological projective personality or
cognitive test that uses a drawing of a man used
to evaluate children and adolescents.
Dr. Dale B. Harris later revised and
extended the test and it is now known as
the GoodenoughHarris Drawing Test.
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9. Who introduced the technique of using


drawing of a man as a measure of
intelligence?
a.
b.
c.
d.

Aristotle
Herbert
Goodenough
Binet
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10. Which Republic Act provides government


assistance to students and teachers in
private education?
a.
b.
c.
d.

RA 7784
RA 6728
RA 7836
RA 6675
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R.A. 6728 Government Assistance to Students &


Teachers in Private Education

R.A. 7784 Strengthening Teacher Education in the Phil. By


Establishing Centers of Excellence, Creating Teacher
Education Council for the Purpose, Appropriating Funds,
& for other Purposes

R.A. 7836 Philippine Teachers Professionalization


Act of 1994

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10. Which Republic Act provides government


assistance to students and teachers in
private education?
a.
b.
c.
d.

RA 7784
RA 6728
RA 7836
RA 6675
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11. The authoritarian setting in the Filipino


home is reinforced by a classroom
teacher who _____.
a. encourage pupils to ask questions
b. prescribes what pupils should do
c. is open to suggestions
d. ask open ended questions
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Authoritarian
> favors strict rules and established
authority.

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11. The authoritarian setting in the Filipino


home is reinforced by a classroom
teacher who _____.
a. encourage pupils to ask questions
b. prescribes what pupils should do
c. is open to suggestions
d. ask open ended questions
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12. Who among the following believes


that
learning
requires
disciplined
attention, regular homework, and respect
for legitimate authority?
a.
b.
c.
d.

Essentialist
Perennialist
Progressivist
Reconstructionist
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Modern Philosophical Thoughts:


1. Progressivism
> Education is focused on the whole child.
> stresses active experimentation.
> highlights learning by doing
> is active, not passive.

2. Existentialism
> Students should take responsibility for their own actions and shape their own
destiny.

3. Essentialism
> emphasizes conservative perspective on intellectual and moral standards.

4.Reconstructionism
> highlights social reform as the aim of education.

5. Perennialism
> believes that when students are immersed in the study of profound and
enduring ideas, they will appreciate learning for its own sake and become true
intellectuals.
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12. Who among the following believes


that
learning
requires
disciplined
attention, regular homework, and respect
for legitimate authority?
a.
b.
c.
d.

Essentialist
Perennialist
Progressivist
Reconstructionist
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13. The Constitutional provision on language


has the following aims EXCEPT ______.
a. To make the regional dialect as auxiliary
media of instructions in regional school
b. To maintain English as a second language
c. To make Filipino the sole medium of
instruction
d. To make Filipino the national language
and medium of instruction &
communication
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Bilingual Education Policy of 1987


>Bilingual Education Policy of 1987 in the
Philippines is defined operationally as the separate
use of Filipino and English as the media of
instruction in specific subject areas. As embodied in
the DECS Order, Filipino shall be used as medium of
instruction in social studies/social sciences, music,
arts, physical education, home economics, practical
arts and character education. English, on the other
hand is allocated to science, mathematics, and
technology subjects.
Q13

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Mother Tongue-Based Multilingual Education


> is the use of more than two languages for

literacy and instruction. It starts from where the


learners are, and from what they already know.
This means learning to read and write in their first
language (L1).
In the K-12 Curriculum, mother tonguebased multi-lingual education (MTB-MLE) is used
for instruction in Kinder to Grade 3 classes.
Q13
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13. The Constitutional provision on language


has the following aims EXCEPT ______.
a. To make the regional dialect as auxiliary
media of instructions in regional school
b. To maintain English as a second language
c. To make Filipino the sole medium of
instruction
d. To make Filipino the national language
and medium of instruction &
communication
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14. The tendency to emphasize so


much on school beautification to the
detriment of pupils performance
illustrates the _____.
a.

Filipinos lack of seriousness

b. Filipinos lack of reflection


C. Filipinos sense of humor
d.

Filipinos love for porma

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14. The tendency to emphasize so


much on school beautification to the
detriment of pupils performance
illustrates the _____.
a.

Filipinos lack of seriousness

b. Filipinos lack of reflection


C. Filipinos sense of humor
d.

Filipinos love for porma

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15. Which is NOT a characteristic of


democratic discipline?
a. Child has opportunity to express
his/her opinion
b. Child given punishment is related to
the misdeed
c. Child understands the meaning of
rules
d. Child obeys blindly
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15. Which is NOT a characteristic of


democratic discipline?
a. Child has opportunity to express
his/her opinion
b. Child given punishment is related to
the misdeed
c. Child understands the meaning of
rules
d. Child obeys blindly
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16. Who among the following stressed


the processes of experience and problem
solving?
a.
b.
c.
d.

Dewey
Aristotle
Hegel
Plato
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John Dewey
> established Progressive Education/Progressivism that fosters individuality,
free activity & learning by doing. The cornerstones of Deweys educational
approach are: cooperative learning & introduction of arts, music dancing, etc.
G.W.F. Hegel
> Hegelianism is Hegels philosophy which can be summed up by the
dictum The rational alone is real which means all realities are capable of
being expressed in rational categories.
Aristotle
> He started out as great advocate of Platonism, but later on he shifted to
empiricism which refers to the philosophical belief that all peoples concepts,
ideas or thoughts and all of their knowledge were ultimately based on
perception.
Plato
> He was a proponent of the theory Platonism that both physical objects
and instances of qualities are recognizable because of their common
relationship to an abstract form or idea.
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16. Who among the following stressed


the processes of experience and problem
solving?
a.
b.
c.
d.

Dewey
Aristotle
Hegel
Plato
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17. Which of the following reasons for measuring


student achievement is NOT valid?
a. To prepare feedback on the effectiveness of
the learning process
b. To certify that students have attained a level
of competence in a subject area
c. To discourage students from cheating during
test and getting high scores
d. To motivate students to learn and master the
materials they think will be covered by the
achievement test.
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17. Which of the following reasons for measuring


student achievement is NOT valid?
a. To prepare feedback on the effectiveness of
the learning process
b. To certify that students have attained a level
of competence in a subject area
c. To discourage students from cheating during
test and getting high scores
d. To motivate students to learn and master the
materials they think will be covered by the
achievement test.
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18. Which characterizes the


perfectionist type of students?
a.
b.
c.
d.

Does not volunteer or initiate


Give up easily
Rarely complete tasks
Often anxious, fearful or frustrated
about quality of work
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18. Which characterizes the


perfectionist type of students?
a.
b.
c.
d.

Does not volunteer or initiate


Give up easily
Rarely complete tasks
Often anxious, fearful or frustrated
about quality of work
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19. When a school decides to work on


a thematic curriculum which should be
out of the picture?
a. Peer collaboration
b. Integration
c. Team teaching
d. Competition
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Thematic Curriculum
>refers to a curriculum which many of its
areas are connected together and integrated with
a theme.
It is based on the idea that knowledge
acquisition is efficient among students when they
learn in a coherent and holistic way and when
they can associate whatever they learn to their
surrounding and real life experiences.
Q19

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Holistic (Holism)
>is characterized by the view that a
whole system of beliefs must be analyzed
rather
than
simply
its
individual
components.

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19. When a school decides to work on


a thematic curriculum which should be
out of the picture?
a. Peer collaboration
b. Integration
c. Team teaching
d. Competition
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20. A teacher wants to teach his pupils the


technique on reading for information. Which
technique should be used?
a. Text structure
b. Prior knowledge
c. Story map
d. SQ3R

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SQRRR (SQ3R)
> stands for survey, question, read, recite and
review. It is a reading comprehension method introduced
by Francis P. Robinson in his 1946 book entitled Effective
Study.

Text Structure
> Most expository text are structured to facilitate the
study process for the readers. They contain structural
elements such as description of a topic, sequence of
ideas, comparison and contrast of events, objects, etc.,
cause and effect relationship, problem and solution.
Q20
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20. A teacher wants to teach his pupils the


technique on reading for information. Which
technique should be used?
a. Text structure
b. Prior knowledge
c. Story map
d. SQ3R

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21. In instructional planning, which


among these three: unit plan, course
plan, lesson plan is most specific?
a. Course plan
b. Lesson plan
c. Unit plan
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21. In instructional planning, which


among these three: unit plan, course
plan, lesson plan is most specific?
a. Course plan
b. Lesson plan
c. Unit plan
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22. The use of drills in the classroom is


rooted on Thorndikes law of _____.
a.
b.
c.
d.

Readiness
Exercise
Effect
Belongingness
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EDWARD THORNDIKE
> He developed the first 3 laws of learning:
1. Law of Readiness
Students learn best when they are physically, mentally, and
emotionally ready.
2. Law of Exercise
It states that the meaningful things most often repeated are
best remembered. This is the basis of classroom drills and practice.
2. Law of Effect
It states that the learning is strengthened when accompanied
by a pleasant or satisfying feelings, and that the learning is
weakened when associated with an unpleasant feeling.
Later, Thorndike added 5 more laws of learning: primacy,
recency, intensity, freedom and requirement.
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22. The use of drills in the classroom is


rooted on Thorndikes law of _____.
a.
b.
c.
d.

Readiness
Exercise
Effect
Belongingness
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23. Positive interdependence as an element


of collaborative learning means that the
students must ______.
a. Learn to depend on each other to
achieve a goal
b. Depend on the diligent students
c. Help one another in the individual test
for everyone to pass
d. Be grouped heterogeneously
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Cooperative Learning
>requires students to work in groups to complete the
tasks collectively toward academic goals.
Five (5) essential elements:

1.Positive interdependence
2. face-to-face interaction
3. Individual and group accountability
4. Social skills
5. Group processing
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Positive Interdependence
> indicates that each group members
effort is required and indispensable for group
success. Each group member has a unique
contribution to make.

Q23
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23. Positive interdependence as an element


of collaborative learning means that the
students must ______.
a. Learn to depend on each other to
achieve a goal
b. Depend on the diligent students
c. Help one another in the individual test
for everyone to pass
d. Be grouped heterogeneously
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24. Which of the following measures should a


teacher do to a principal whom she would like to
file a case of sexual harassment without violating
the relationship of the teacher to her superiors?
a. Present the case before the competent
authority & prepare to prove the charge
b. Write an anonymous letter to a higher school
official to denounce the superior
c. Call a parent-teacher meeting and denounce
the superior
d. Encourage the other teachers and students
to hold a demonstration to oust Copyright
the superior
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24. Which of the following measures should a


teacher do to a principal whom she would like to
file a case of sexual harassment without violating
the relationship of the teacher to her superiors?
a. Present the case before the competent
authority & prepare to prove the charge
b. Write an anonymous letter to a higher school
official to denounce the superior
c. Call a parent-teacher meeting and denounce
the superior
d. Encourage the other teachers and students
to hold a demonstration to oust Copyright
the superior
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25. Which of the situations illustrates the duty of a new


teacher to the state ____.
a. Take a long vacation which she firmly believed she
deserves after four years of diligent study before
taking the examination for teachers.
b. Apply for teaching job where eligibility is not required
to gain teaching experience before taking the
teachers board examination.
c. Prepare for the wedding she and her boyfriend have
long planned to be able to raise a family with
children which they plan to rear as good citizens of
our country
d. Take the licensure examination for teacher and an oath
to do her best to help carry out the policies of the state
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25. Which of the situations illustrates the duty of a new


teacher to the state ____.
a. Take a long vacation which she firmly believed she
deserves after four years of diligent study before
taking the examination for teachers.
b. Apply for teaching job where eligibility is not required
to gain teaching experience before taking the
teachers board examination.
c. Prepare for the wedding she and her boyfriend have
long planned to be able to raise a family with
children which they plan to rear as good citizens of
our country
d. Take the licensure examination for teacher and an oath
to do her best to help carry out the policies of the state
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26. Parents are up in arms on the telephone


bills that pay for sex calls. What is the solution
to this problem?
a. The telephone company is to blame for
this
b. The government restriction have no
teeth
c. Parents allow this to make their children
modern
d. Parents, school and students should
discuss this openly
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26. Parents are up in arms on the telephone


bills that pay for sex calls. What is the solution
to this problem?
a. The telephone company is to blame for
this
b. The government restriction have no
teeth
c. Parents allow this to make their children
modern
d. Parents, school and students should
discuss this openly
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27. Cooperatives are encouraged in as


many groups as possible. What agency
controls the different cooperatives?
a. Security and Exchange Commission
b. Department of Local Government
c.
d.

Commission on Audit
Bureau of Cooperative
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27. Cooperatives are encouraged in as


many groups as possible. What agency
controls the different cooperatives?
a. Security and Exchange Commission
b. Department of Local Government
c.
d.

Commission on Audit
Bureau of Cooperative
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28. Society and media know drinking starts


off drug addiction. What should be discussed
in schools?
a.
b.
c.
d.

Drug addiction has been traced to


drinking wine
Nobody drinks at home except father
TV ads show drinking is a source of
fellowship
High taxes on liquor will be a deterrent to
eventual drug use
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28. Society and media know drinking starts


off drug addiction. What should be discussed
in schools?
a.
b.
c.
d.

Drug addiction has been traced to


drinking wine
Nobody drinks at home except father
TV ads show drinking is a source of
fellowship
High taxes on liquor will be a deterrent to
eventual drug use
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29. Cooperatives have been branched out


to consumers cooperative. Schools have
included the concepts of cooperatives.
Where is it practiced?
a.
b.

School book stores


School canteen

c.
d.

School uniform
Class stores
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29. Cooperatives have been branched out


to consumers cooperative. Schools have
included the concepts of cooperatives.
Where is it practiced?
a.
b.

School book stores


School canteen

c.
d.

School uniform
Class stores
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30. A student collapsed in her social


studies class. It was found out that she
did not eat her lunch. What principle is
shown in the situation?
a. Psychological need
b. Physiological need
c. Somatotonic
d. Safety need
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Hierarchy of Needs
by Abraham Maslow
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The physiological needs include the


needs for oxygen, water, protein, salt, sugar,
calcium, and other minerals and vitamins.
Also, theres the needs to be active, to rest,
to sleep, to get rid of wastes (CO2, sweat,
urine, and feces), to avoid pain, and to have
sex.
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30. A student collapsed in her social


studies class. It was found out that she
did not eat her lunch. What principle is
shown in the situation?
a. Psychological need
b. Physiological need
c. Somatotonic
d. Safety need
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31. The main function of a philosophy of


education is to ______.
a. Aid the learner to build his own personal
philosophy
b. Reconsider existing educational goals in
the light of societys needs
c. Provide the academic background
prerequisite to learning
d. Define the goals and set the direction for
which education is to strive
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31. The main function of a philosophy of


education is to ______.
a. Aid the learner to build his own personal
philosophy
b. Reconsider existing educational goals in
the light of societys needs
c. Provide the academic background
prerequisite to learning
d. Define the goals and set the direction for
which education is to strive
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32. Which technique enables a teacher to


identify and eventually assist students with
interpersonal difficulties?
a.
b.
c.
d.

Anecdotal record
Personal inventory
Cumulative record
Sociogram
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Interpersonal difficulties concern or


involve troubles or struggles about
relationships between people.

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Anecdotal record consists of or based


on secondhand accounts rather than
firsthand knowledge or experience or
scientific investigation.

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Cumulative record refers to record


that is the result of successive or
continuous addition of data or
information.

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Personal inventory refers to a


record that relates to the parts of
somebody's life that are private.

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A sociogram is a graphic
representation of social links that a
person has. It is a graph drawing
that plots the structure of
interpersonal relations in a group
situation.
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32. Which technique enables a teacher to


identify and eventually assist students with
interpersonal difficulties?
a.
b.
c.
d.

Anecdotal record
Personal inventory
Cumulative record
Sociogram
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33. Teachers and students can participate in


these levels of computer use. Give the order of
computer use from simplest to complex?
a. Computer competency, computer literacy,
competency expertise
b. Computer literacy, computer expertise,
computer competency
c. Computer competency, computer expertise,
computer literacy
d. Computer literacy, computer competency,
computer expertise
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Literacy refers to knowledge in a


subject or area of activity.
Competency refers to an ability to do
something, especially measured against a
standard.
Expertise refers to the skill, knowledge,
or opinion possessed by an expert.
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33. Teachers and students can participate in


these levels of computer use. Give the order of
computer use from simplest to complex?
a. Computer competency, computer literacy,
competency expertise
b. Computer literacy, computer expertise,
computer competency
c. Computer competency, computer expertise,
computer literacy
d. Computer literacy, computer competency,
computer expertise
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34. Which one is considered the Brain


of the microcomputer?
a.
b.
c.
d.

CPU
Software
Video screen
Keyboard
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34. Which one is considered the Brain


of the microcomputer?
a.
b.
c.
d.

CPU
Software
Video screen
Keyboard
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35. A group activity wherein one group


representative presents the output to the
bigger group rather than individual pupils
presenting the output is known as ____.
a. Consensus decision
b. Composite report
c. Jury trial
d. Agenda
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Consensus Decision
> is a decision made after all the aspects of an
issue, both positive and negative, have been reviewed
or discussed to the extent that everyone openly
understands, supports, and participates in the decision.
Agenda
>a formal list of things to be done in a specific order,
especially a list of things to be discussed at a meeting.
Composite Report
> is a report made from different parts.
Q35

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35. A group activity wherein one group


representative presents the output to the
bigger group rather than individual pupils
presenting the output is known as ____.
a. Consensus decision
b. Composite report
c. Jury trial
d. Agenda
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36. In the formulation of classroom regulations,


which of the following should a teacher refrain
from doing?
a. State classroom regulation as clearly as
possible
b. Enlist student aid in the formulation of
classroom regulation
c. Enforce classroom regulations consistently
and fairly
d. Teacher and the class should make as many
regulations as possible
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36. In the formulation of classroom regulations,


which of the following should a teacher refrain
from doing?
a. State classroom regulation as clearly as
possible
b. Enlist student aid in the formulation of
classroom regulation
c. Enforce classroom regulations consistently
and fairly
d. Teacher and the class should make as many
regulations as possible
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37. Zero standard deviation means


that _____.
a. The students scores are the same
b. 50% of the scores obtained is zero
c. More than 50% of the score
obtained is zero
d. Less than 50% of the scores
obtained is zero
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37. Zero standard deviation means


that _____.
a. The students scores are the same
b. 50% of the scores obtained is zero
c. More than 50% of the score
obtained is zero
d. Less than 50% of the scores
obtained is zero
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38. What is the least authentic mode of


assessment?
a. Paper-and-pencil test in vocabulary
b. Oral performance to assess students
spoken communication skills
c. Experiments in science to assess
skill in the use of scientific methods
d. Artistic production for music or art
subject
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38. What is the least authentic mode of


assessment?
a. Paper-and-pencil test in vocabulary
b. Oral performance to assess students
spoken communication skills
c. Experiments in science to assess
skill in the use of scientific methods
d. Artistic production for music or art
subject
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39. In what period of a child is physical


growth fastest?
a. Prenatal period
b. Early adolescence
c. Early childhood
d. Prenatal and early adolescence
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39. In what period of a child is physical


growth fastest?
a. Prenatal period
b. Early adolescence
c. Early childhood
d. Prenatal and early adolescence
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40. How does fear affect the voluntariness


of an act?
a. Makes the act involuntary
b. No effect at all
c. Increases voluntariness
d. Lessens but not destroy voluntariness
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Voluntary means arising, acting, or


resulting from somebody's own choice or
decision rather than because of external
pressure or force.
Involuntary is caused by force, or using
force to make somebody do something.

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It would seem that fear causes involuntariness


simply. For just as violence regards that which is
contrary to the will at the time, so fear regards a
future evil which
is
offensive
to
the will.
But violence causes involuntariness
simply.
Therefore, fear too causes involuntariness simply.
The Summa Theologica of St. Thomas
Aquinas

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40. How does fear affect the voluntariness


of an act?
a. Makes the act involuntary
b. No effect at all
c. Increases voluntariness
d. Lessens but not destroy voluntariness
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