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1. According to Cooley, the ability of children to visualize themselves through the eyes of others and imagine how
they appear to others is called –
a. personality
c. superego
b.looking glass self
d.presentation of self
Sociology Cooley's "The Looking Glass Self"
The looking-glass self is a popular theory within the sociological field known as symbolic
interactionism. It explains a formation of self-image via reflection.
2. Which statement best characterizes the socialization process?
the first five years of child’s life is crucial in personality formation
b.socialization is a continuous life-long process
culture makes its deep influence during early childhood
d. the church play a crucial role in the socialization process…/Socialization-process/46471
Socialization process
Socialization is a lifelong process in which an individual learns the essentials of society. Socialization is a process
of learning norms, rules, regulations, values and attitudes of society. It is a lifelong process which starts from
childhood till to the death of a person. Socialization is a vital process of learning through which the society exists.
Each and every society socializes its members according to its own values. For example, if a baby enters in
American society, he/she socializes according to the characteristics of American society. In the same way, the
children of Russian societies are being socialized according to the characteristics of Russian societies. A man
learns ways of attitudes, behaviors, languages, and cultures of a society through the process of socialization.
3. When we say Cebuanos are thrifty and industrious, and Bicolanos are friendly people, we are making use –
a. stereotypes
c. prejudice
b. ethnocentrism
d. Epithets…rstandingrac1/a/WhatIsa
Feisty.Seductive.Intelligent. Used to describe individuals, the preceding adjectives pose no particular problem.
Used to describe groups of people, however, these same adjectives may constitute stereotypes. What is a
stereotype? Stereotypes are qualities assigned to groups of people related to their race, nationality and sexual
orientation, to name a few. Because they generalize groups of people in manners that lead to discrimination and
ignore the diversity within groups, stereotypes should be avoided.
4. Becoming a doctor is an example of –
a. ascribed
acquired or assigned arbitrarily (as at birth) <ascribed social status>
c. attained
brought to or marked by a high degree of development or refinement : finished
5. Freud’s term for the part of the personality that operates on the pleasure level, seeking immediate gratification, is
the –
a. Id
c. libido
b. Superego
d. Ego…d/theoriesofpersonality/a/...
According to Sigmund Freud's psychoanalytic theory of personality, personality is composed of three elements.
These three elements of personality--known as the id, the ego and the superego--work together to create complex
human behaviors.
The id is the only component of personality that is present from birth. This aspect of personality is
entirely unconscious and includes of the instinctive and primitive behaviors. According to Freud, the id
is the source of all psychic energy, making it the primary component of personality.The id is driven by
the pleasure principle, which strives for immediate gratification of all desires, wants, and needs.
The ego is the component of personality that is responsible for dealing with reality. According to Freud, the ego
develops from the id and ensures that the impulses of the id can be expressed in a manner acceptable in the real
world. The ego functions in both the conscious, preconscious, and unconscious mind.The ego operates based on
the reality principle, which strives to satisfy the id's desires in realistic and socially appropriate ways.
Jewish A. Merin,Ed.D

The superego is the aspect of personality that holds all of our internalized moral standards and ideals that we
acquire from both parents and society--our sense of right and wrong. The superego provides guidelines for making
judgments. According to Freud, the superego begins to emerge at around age five.
6. Who called religion as the opium of the people?
a. Max Weber
A founding figure of the field of sociology, Thesis of the "Protestant Ethic"
Ideas on bureaucracy
b. Karl Max
c. Robert Bellah
a distinguished sociologist of religion who sought nothing less than to map the
American soul, in both the sacred and secular senses of the word, died on July 30 in Oakland,
Calif.Professor Bellah’s best-known books include “The Broken Covenant: American Civil Religion in
Time of Trial” (1975), “Habits of the Heart: Individualism and Commitment in American Life” (1985)
and “Religion in Human Evolution: From the Paleolithic to the Axial Age” (2011).
d. Emile Durkheim considered by many to be the father of sociology. He is credited with making
sociology a science, and having made it part of the French academic curriculum as "Science Sociale".
During his lifetime, Emile Durkheim gave many lectures, and published an impressive number of
sociological studies on subjects such as religion, suicide, and all aspects of society.
Marx's theories about society, economics and politics, which are collectively known as Marxism, argue that all society progresses through
the dialectic of class struggle. He was heavily critical of the current socio-economic form of society, capitalism, which he called the
"dictatorship of the bourgeoisie," believing it to be run by the wealthy middle and upper classes purely for their own benefit, and predicted
that it would inevitably produce internal tensions which would lead to its self-destruction and replacement by a new system, socialism.
Under socialism, he argued that society would be governed by the working class in what he called the "dictatorship of the proletariat." He
believed that socialism would eventually be replaced by a stateless, classless society called pure communism.

7. Even among identical twins, brothers and sisters, teachers should not compare abilities because –
a. every individual is unique
b. comparisons can arouse the feeling of hostility and anger
c. comparisons can lead to unnecessary pressures
d. all of these
Although every person has unique DNA (except for the identical twins), identification of people is not
based on the sequencing of someone's genome. Instead, analysis of mitochondrial DNA in a region of a
displacement-loop (D-loop or control region) or of short tandem repeats (STRs) is used for identification
purposes. D-loop analysis is used for individual identification in forensic analysis. This is possible due
to the polymorphisms of such sequences resulting from substitutions of base pairs during DNA
replication process
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8. The lowest IQ indicated in the intelligence scale isa. moron
c. idiot
b. imbecile
d. feeble-minded
Original IQ Rating Scale
As described previously, Mr. Lewis Terman was the originator of the term of the IQ in 1916. He presented the IQ
rating scale in different categories as under:
IQ Ratings of Over 140 - Genius or near genius
IQ Ratings of 120 to 140 Highly intelligent
IQ Ratings of 110 to 119 Very intelligent
IQ Rating of 90 to 109 Normal or average intelligence
IQ Ratings of 80 to 89 Dullness
IQ Rating of 70-79 Borderline deficiency
IQ Ratings Under70 Definite feeble-mindedness
In psychology, an idiot has the least intelligence on the IQ scale (this now is equivalent to someone who
is mentally retarded or the more politically correct “mentally challenged”); an imbecile is not quite as dumb as
an idiot and is now considered equivalent to moderate retardation; a moron is then the highest level of
intelligence for someone who is mentally retarded, thus considered as being mildly mentally retarded.
Specifically, those who have an IQ between 0 and 25 are idiots; IQs between 26 and 50 are considered
imbeciles; and those who have an IQ between 51 and 70 are considered morons.

Jewish A. Merin,Ed.D

Pre-marital sex is commonly practiced in Western Countries.Having pertinence or relevance. It is better to cheat than to repeat. Prov. The predominating attitudes and behavior that characterize the functioning of a group or organization. The end does not justify the means. or dialectic. an event. instead spending his time discussing virtue." she told herself. d. The totality of socially transmitted behavior patterns.trincoll. Emotion. 'influence'. bodily sensation. Lucy got money for the orphanage by embezzling it from the firm where she worked. These patterns. or population: Edwardian culture. what is good for them is bad for us. According to Socrates. Merin. and behaviour that reflects the personal significance of a thing. but I feel the end justifies the means. www. and piety wherever his fellow citizens congregated. and held the universe to be purposively mind-ordered. dynamic d.D . and products considered with respect to a particular category.Ed. Other Socrates is described as having neglected his own affairs. it is acceptable to do something bad Unfortunately. Jewish A. institutions. holding that no one knowingly does wrong. since he used all kinds of nefarious means to get elected. community. Intellect c. shared b. we'll have to cut down the forest to make space for the golf course. meaning 'invention'. adaptive c. d. This means that culture is – a. 'advice'. beliefs. or 'command'. d. subject. seeking wisdom about right conduct so that he might guide the moral and intellectual improvement of Athens. What is the basis for moral action to resolve the argument wherein one believes that cheating is moral while another believes otherwise? a. Family b. c. traits.3 9.html 14. Intuition c. traits. b. (Not everyone agrees with this idea. oral culture. the culture of poverty. d. or mode of expression: religious culture in the Middle Ages. Senses b. c. 'opinion'. such as a field. Emotion b. Himself c. arts. but considered bad in the Philippines. musical culture. Socrates equated virtue with the knowledge of one's true self. You can use bad or immoral methods as long as you accomplish something good by using them. Which of the following is the basis of Maria’s pronouncement “I believe in Jesus Christ’s resurrection because the bible says so”? a. By giving the person absolute freedom to follow his/her will. By strengthening the person’s appetitive will to follow what is good and resist evil. justice. or a state of affairs. Using a method now known as the Socratic dialogue. relative. Japanese culture. c. class. By allowing the person to learn from his/her whims. Authorityis derived from the Latin word auctoritas. Will 12. connected or related culture a. and all other products of human work and thought. "The end justifies the means. He looked upon the soul as the seat of both waking consciousness and moral character. d. Majority of the students are doing it anyway. These patterns. Belief 11. It is unfair to study very hard while others are cheating. b. Which faculty of the person is used when one allows his/her friend to cheat out of pity? a. he drew forth knowledge from his students by pursuing a series of questions and examining the implications of their answers. and products considered as the expression of a particular period. what must be transformed first if one wishes to transform the world? a. The politician clearly believed that the end justifies the means. By giving the person full responsibility of his/her immature decisions. 10.It is something that you say which means that in order to achieve an important aim.a complex experience of consciousness. 13. In what way does values education help in the person’s strengthening of the will? a.

unconditional response b. this practice is part of – a. or uses gestures may have been learned from a model he had been exposed to. rivalry 24. myths.” This due to the fact that children learn from what they observe from adults. classical conditioning d. unconditioned stimulus 20.4 15. Bruner’s Theory on learning states that intrinsic motivation is better than extrinsic motivation. The way a child talks. teachers are said to reinforce the kind of behavior they want to see through praise. a. none of these 17. and practices of a people. marks. teacher must wait for the readiness of her students c. objectives b. operant conditioning b. “Values are caught and not taught. Repetition b. affective c. Thorndike’ Law of Readiness claims that the: a. cognitive d. psychomotor Jewish A. tales. classical conditioning c. conditional response d. transmitted orally. focuses on the cognitive structure of man as basis for learning c. connectionism b. Which of the following statement below is the best example of intrinsic motivation? a. c. Cognitive field theory 21. or as a form of thanksgiving. This is according to the theory of: a. folktales . the bell alone is observed to elicit salivation response known as the: a. does not emphasize reinforcement 23. walks.The traditional beliefs. Merin. sees learning as a stimulus-response interaction b.The traditional beliefs. Meaningfulness and understanding d. novenas in honor of their saints. social learning 18. a student learns because of the use of reward and punishment c.D . d. teacher must either wait for readiness or accept the present level of readiness and be satisfied with a lower learning rate in introducing any new learning experience b. centers on the life space as source of learning d. Intensity 16. imitation b. Filipino Catholics celebrate fiestas.Also called folkloristics. curiosity d. folklore. teacher must understand the students’ level of readiness 19. competition c. This shows the natural tendency of children known as: a. a student learns because he wants to prove that he is intelligent 22. and practices of a people. a student has a desire to learn a subject because it is worth knowing b. operant conditioning c. conditioned stimulus c. teacher must accept the present level of readiness and be satisfied with the lower learning rate in introducing any new learning experience d. a student wants to learn because his goal is to graduate with honors d. folkways (Sociology) sociol traditional and customary ways of living b. In the classroom. The domain of learning. myths. which caters to the development of skills of the child. Lewin’s topological theory d.Ed. tales. The comparative study of folk knowledge and culture. smiles. reward and the like. This situations exemplifies: a. Visualization c. After the sounding of the bell is paired off a number of times with the presentation of meal powder. Remembering is made more effective by – a. transmitted orally. Which of the following is false about the Cognitive Field Theory? a.

30. Karma d. harmony. Veda Any of the oldest and most authoritative Hindu sacred texts. Life is full of conditions. Islam b. Transmigration. He won the 1913 Nobel Prize for literature 28. Saint Matthew. It is the belief that man’s soul is imprisoned in his earthly body and can escape only from such bondage through an endless series of birth. Often used as a title.The belief that the value of a thing or an action is determined by its utility. a. The proletarians have nothing to lose but their claims they have a world to win. Nirvana 34. Christianity c.(New Testament) disciple of Jesus. Judaism-The monotheistic religion of the Jews.Transmigration of the soul or reincarnation. or religion 32. Lord. between friends and between rules and subjects. ethics. Merin. Plato d. As much. which is chosen from alternatives. Learning is further strengthened when there are similarities in the topics or subject matters to be learned. traditionally considered to be the author of the first Gospel 33. what do you call the Sacred of Text of Hinduism? a. Karma d. a spiritual belief c. courage to change the things I can and wisdom to know the difference was the well known prayer of ____. This is the maxim of ____. Lao Tzu b. tracing its origins to Abraham and having its spiritual and ethical principles embodied chiefly in the Hebrew Scriptures and the Talmud. Magna Carta Jewish A. Law of Readiness 26. Hinduism d. or quality considered worthwhile or desirable -the study of values. But he must take full responsibility for the consequences that his decision might bring. “Let the ruling classes tremble at a Communistic revolution. Workingmen of all countries unite!” were the concluding statements of the __. pragmatism b. a. 29. grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change.D . a. “Know thyself” was the dictum of this Greek thinker who was condemned to die by drinking hemlock. a. Buddha c. . stability. acted upon and enhances the creative integration and development of human personality. Tagore-Indian writer noted for his collection of poetry Gitanjali (1912). Hinduism Emancipation from ignorance and the extinction of all attachment. man is always confronted with alternative wherein he must decide based on his prudence. standard.An ideal condition of rest. Russian Constitution b. Aristotle c. existentialism d. c.5 25. between husband and wife. Veda b. Thales 31. Saint Francis d. utilitarianism-The ethical theory proposed by Jeremy Bentham and James Mill that all action should be directed toward achieving the greatest happiness for the greatest number of people. a.Ed. a. 27. Augustine emphasized man's need for grace (354-430) b. Law of Belongingness c. Socrates b. a. b. Law of Effect d.. He postulated that both human heartedness and propriety should operate in a scheme of five human relationships like between father and son. based on traditional Hindu themes. Saint Augustin. after a dramatic conversion to Christianity he became bishop of Hippo Regius in North Africa.VALUES -A principle. The name of this Oriental religion means submission to God. essentialism c. Analects.Selections from or parts of a literary work or group of works. Confucius d. If the Christian has the Bible and the Islam has the Qur’an as Holy Scriptures. St. It is something. a. NirvanaNirvana Buddhism The ineffable ultimate in which one has attained disinterested wisdom and compassion. composed in Sanskrit and gathered into four collections. or joy. Saint Dukec. as those of aesthetics. Law of Exercises of the great Fathers of the early Christian church. between brothers.

You begin to tremble and your heart begins to race. Das Kapital 35. scholasticism c.html Thorndike continued his study of transfer. According to this theory.a socialist manifesto written by Marx and Engels (1842) describing the history of the working-class movement according to their views d. a. Communist Manifesto. works overseas for the education of his children b.According to this theory. therefore I am afraid. Educational concerns are focused on the supernatural world of eternity. conditioning theory 38.Proposed independently by psychologist William James and physiologist Carl Lange. pre-operational c. a.nwlink. sense of humor c. uses his skills and capital to generate jobs in the countryside c. Education is the constant reconstruction of experience. this theory asserts that the skill or training gained in the study of one subject will improve the performance of the same skill in the study of another subject.6 c. sense of national pride b. classifying objects into different sets d. law of effect d. Emergency or conflict theory c. Who among the following is genuinely nationalistic? The citizen who – a. formal operational Jewish A. 37. what is it that children CAN NOT do? a. sings the National Anthem will all his heart d. What statement is INCONSISTENT with what are advocated by progressive educators? a. theory of identical elements d. doing mentally what was just physically done c. The cosmos that confronts the learner is continually undergoing change b. d. Educational aims are not fixed and final. “Emotion is the primitive matrix from which all later mental powers are developed.D . These terms refers to: a. In the transfer of learning. imagining the steps necessary to complete an algebraic equation 41. James-Lange theory. The James-Lange theory proposes that you will interpret your physical reactions and conclude that you are frightened ("I am trembling. is _____. the James-Lange theory of emotion suggests that emotions occur as a result of physiological reactions to events. theory of configuration www. which created an academic world. Your emotional reaction depends upon how you interpret those physical reactions.") d. Which according to Jocano is strength of the Filipino people? a. Chantry schools b. The great educational achievement of the medieval period. the University 36. Merin. c. law of readiness c. Evolutionary theory 40. theory of generalization c. This theory is known as …. In Piaget’s concrete operational stage.Ed. reasoning applied to specific example b. venture school d. mental discipline b.” This theory is known as a. in which development stage can the child do symbolic thinking and go beyond the connection of sensory information and physical action? a. sense of historical or national identity d. Cannon-Dana theory-“Emotion is the result of the action and reaction of the cerebral cortex and the diencephalon” b. sense of commitment to nationalistic ideas 42. witnessing an external stimulus leads to a physiological reaction. human activities are based on association between stimuli and responses. connectionism theory -association theoryConnectionism (Edward Thorndike) The learning theory of Thorndike represents the original S-R framework of behavioral psychology: b. This theory has been called S – R bond. According to Piaget’s theory. 39. and eventually formulated the Theory of Identical Elements—previous learning facilitates new learning only to the extent that the new learning task contains elements identical to those in the previous task. For example. salutes the flag as it is raised during the flag ceremony suppose you are walking in the woods and you see a grizzly bear.

the primary focus of the libido is on the genitals.7 b. What trait of a good teacher does he lack? a. Piaget identified four stages in cognitive development: Sensorimotor stage (Infancy). Which can be best explained the situation? a. Operational thinking develops (mental actions that are reversible). when a daughter becomes too attached to her father and consider her mother a rival – a oedipal complex. and memory and imagination are developed. said to be a source of personality disorders if unresolved b electra complex. concrete operational d. resolving critical and conflicting psycho-social issues c. deciding to follow one path only 46. length. In this stage. id The id is the primitive and instinctive component of personality. The personality of the newborn child is all id and only later does it develop an ego and super-ego. The id is the impulsive (and unconscious) part of our psyche which responds directly and immediately to the instincts.a complex of males. seeking approval and avoiding punishment e. Egocentric thinking predominates Concrete operational stage (Elementary and early adolescence). weight. Later. Jewish A. but thinking is done in a nonlogical.Ed. Described by Sigmund Freud. 45. consist(s) of instincts? a. ego & superego b. It consists of all the inherited (i. Mr. independent study c. In this stage (characterized by 7 types of conservation: number. the pupil’s perceptions of the teacher’s non-verbal behavior did not change 48. seeking pleasure 47. Which of the 3 – id. 44. intelligence is demonstrated through the use of symbols. Merin.(Psychoanalysis) psychoanal the sexual attachment of a female child to her father. the impact of the non-verbal and verbal messages of the teacher is the same b. intelligence is demonstrated through motor activity without the use of symbols. Children acquire object permanence at about 7 months of age (memory). nonreversable manner. Y teaches in a remote multigrade class.D . emotional intelligence b. He was tense and harsh the pupils. superego d. he tried to encourage t hem to participate but the children remained quite in their seats. liquid. Knowledge of the world is limited (but developing) because its based on physical interactions / experiences. persecution complex During the phallic stage. and superego. interacting with those whose moral reasoning is at higher level b. Some symbollic (language) abilities are developed at the end of this stage. and aggressive (death) instinct . relating to people d. X banged the door when he entered the classroom while the pupils waited nervously to greet him. ego c. c Achilles heel d. Physical development (mobility) allows the child to begin developing new intellectual abilities. the teacher’s verbal communication has not be interpreted correctly by the pupils c. Only 35% of high school graduates in industrialized countries obtain formal operations. Formal operational stage (Adolescence and adulthood). intelligence is demonstrated through the logical use of symbols related to abstract concepts.e.Thanatos. According to Kohlberg’s theory of moral development individual progress from stage to stage by: a. volume). children also begin to discover the differences between males and females. In this period (which has 6 stages). Egocentric thought diminishes. intelligence is demonstarted through logical and systematic manipulation of symbols related to concrete objects. exhibiting socially acceptable behavior d. At this age. Early in the period there is a return to egocentric thought. Pre-operational stage (Toddler and Early Childhood). desire to possess the mother sexually and to exclude the father. language use matures. In this period (which has two substages). He teaches when he feels like teaching and not when he does not feel like teaching. mass. biological) components of personality. area. His principal and supervisors seldom visit him. Dr. including the sex (life) instinct – Eros (which contains the libido). sensorimotor Stages of Cognitive Development. ego. many people do not think formally during adulthood. the teacher’s verbal and non-verbal messages are contradictory d.

Ed. d. A student collapsed in her Social Studies class. However. It was found out that he did not eat her lunch. National Scholarship Program 51. Yes. Bilingual Education c. Upgrading the quality of the Filipinos through education 53. often accompanied by feelings of dislike for other groups b. a. believed that girls instead experience penis envy. Eventually.the belief that morality is relative to the society where it exists and that its criticism and evaluation are irrelevant b. Jose Rizal said that national redemption can be achieved by ______. 49. 57. c. This constitutional provision is the full and partial integration of the capable deaf and blind students in the classroom. No. The difference between Christian and Muslim marriage. Jewish A. Opening our doors to foreign influence d. it can save her and the child from disgrace when he grows up. Academic freedom c. it is better to prevent the child from coming into the world who will suffer very much due to the absence of a father 56. Ethical Relativism. The Oedipus complex describes these feelings of wanting to possess the mother and the desire to replace the father. A godfather who gave your father a job 55. or ideas of someone else's culture rather than of one's own. _____was the 1980’s foremost educational issue. Study now Pay later d. a fear Freud termed castration anxiety. For girls. A candidate who helped you by giving cash d. The concept is considered a subjective view d. culture. a. Enculturation the process by which a person adapts to and assimilates the culture in which he lives. Culture shock 54. Stabilizing political situation c. you would vote ____. or group to which one belongs. Accountability b. Yes. Horney proposed that men experience feelings of inferiority because they cannot give birth to children. Protecting and promoting the right of all citizens to quality education. Ethnocentrism. a. psychological needs 50. b. Xenocentrism.D . the unborn child cannot be made to suffer the consequences of the sins of his/her parents. abortion is immoral. Merin. Gaining economic recovery the preference for the products. If you are a wise voter. A candidate who has the making of a public servant b. Providing citizenship and vocational training to adult citizens and out-of-school youths. What government program allows students who are not accommodated in community public schools to enroll in private school at the government’s expense? a. A foreigner who studying here in the Philippines was turned-off by the Filipinos’ lack of punctuality and poor word choice a. A neighbor who is closest to you in times of need c. No. Instead. styles. Government Assistance Program c. What principle is shown in this situation? a physiological need c. safety needs b somatotonic d. however. however. The term Electra complex has been used to described a similar set of feelings experienced by young girls. the child begins to identify with the same-sex parent as a means of vicariously possessing the other parent. Mainstreaming 52. Creating scholarship for poor and deserving students. b. Values Education d. Psychologists such as Karen Horney disputed this theory. the former being monogamous and the latter being polygamous is called _____. Colonial mentalityc. calling it both inaccurate and demeaning to women. Freud. a. This is an illustration of _______________. the child also fears that he will be punished by the father for these feelings. Freud believed that penis envy was never fully resolved and that all women remain somewhat fixated on this stage.belief in the intrinsic superiority of the nation. d. b. unmarried woman aborted her baby to avoid disgrace. Is she morally justified to do that? a. Educational Service Contract System.8 Freud also believed that boys begin to view their fathers as a rival for the mother’s affections. a. A pregnant.

Ed. Teenagers stealing school equipment is becoming a common problem in community schools. a. Merin. Full development of physical power 63. Send the misbehaving pupils to the guidance counselor b. a. the term “bahalana” implies: a. Chomsky b. a. Deprivation of Filipino schools d. Cultural relativism 58. What is an inappropriate method in teaching young children? a. Inferiority of other nationalities c. c. Defense 64. Mindset c. Make a report to the parents about their children’s misbehavior d. transformational generative grammar. Utilitarianism 69. Isolates skill development Jewish A. What a teacher should do if students are misbehaving in class? a. Watson c. Athletic skills d. If a teacher believes in the concept of education that makes every individual a useful citizen to the state. Lack of foresight d. Willingness to take risks c. RA 9293 62. Involve the whole class in setting rules of conduct in the whole class c. A teacher rewards a child for doing things correctly. The curriculum is designed this way to provide for individual differences. Reinforcement 61. a. B. Prevalence of poverty in the community b. Individual differences are expected and accepted c. Education for all b. Conformity c. some degree of flexibility is provided b. RA 7722 d. A Moral recovery program c. social skills are emphasized. Back to Basics d. Humanitarianism b. US linguist and political critic. he is influenced by the concept of: a. Indolence 59. minimum learning competencies are included c. Confucius supports _____ when he said that there should be no distinction of classes in education. Lack of self-reliance b. realistic and meaningful experiences are provided d. His theory of language structure. Community’s lack of co-ownership 70. Which among the words below does not prevent the emergence of truth which the learners and teachers are in search of? a.9 c. Conditioning c. Inability of schools to hire security guards c. Superiority of other nationalities b. RA 7836 b. Piaget American linguist and political theorist who revolutionized the study of language with his theory of generative grammar. Chaining b. Respect for the dignity of persons b. 67. Mask d. Open mind b. superseded the behaviourist view of Leonard Bloomfield 60. Teacher’s Professionalism Act is ___________. RA 4670 c. Set the rules for the class to observe 68. Who is the forerunner of the presence of the Language Acquisition Device? a. . Fading d. Full development of talents c. set forth in Syntactic Structures (1957). d. In the Philippine culture. Security d. Values education 66. This finding shows _____. A research was conducted about the future dreams of Filipino children. What is the implication of this incidents? a. Superiority of the Filipino d. Filipinos’ sense of national pride 65.The process by which the culture of a particular society is instilled in a human from infancy onward.D . What should teachers teach students to eradicate bullying among kids in school? a. then. Gardner d. Nobody said that they want to be a citizen of another country. Acculturation The modification of the culture of a group or individual as a result of contact with a different culture. This technique is called: a.

b. Jean Jacques Rousseau said that everyone is essentially good. Learning to distinguish right from wrong. 81. High salary 72. Lecture d. 77. a. Plan engaging academic lessons d. Problem-based learning b. indigenous learning system c. Reflection b. Foster independence d. c. Neglects children’s social development 75. Acquiring a set of values and an ethical system. Which technique will be most appropriate? a. If these tasks are not developed at an early stage. a.10 b. 7764 will choose a private or public college engaged in pre-service continuing formal and non-formal education of teachers in strategic places in each region of the country. there are harmful effects caused by giving highly academically oriented early childhood education program. Development is based on the individual's psychological and physiological makeup as well as parenting and society. If a teacher believes that a child’s mind in TABULA RASA. Simulation c. Social dialogue The lesson is on the PROS and CONS of the governments’ all out war against the MILF. 82. based on certain criteria. cultural learning system b. a. Development tasks are to be learned by the individual at each stage of development. Emphasizes verbal interaction b. Give children the total freedom to do as they please inside the classroom b. Do not give assessment activities for pre-school students c. What strategy will I use? a. Dealing with misbehaving students c. National Secondary Achievement Test Which instructional material/s is/are MOST fit in contextualized learning? a. Teacher education Center of Excellence b. Commission on Teacher Education This system of learning includes ways and methods which are used in preserving and building certain traditions within cultural communities. What statement would inspire fresh graduate to cling unto his ideals on being a teacher? a.ehow. Positive guidance technique 71. which is MOST appropraiate? a. morality and a scale of values. “ABC” song c. TV d. Based on the results of the survey conducted by Hirsch-Pasek. Integrated teaching-learning d.Panel discussion b. Collaborative learning c. Independent study b. This view can help a teacher when ___. Piggyback song b. . a. this may cause problems in later years. .com/info_8159972_developmental-stages-erikson. Team game d. Palaroan wants to do high level thinking and to develop a view of the all out war from different perspectives. Taking on civic responsibility. knowing the students potentials 76. 80. a. What is a proper recommendation to solve this issue? a. Mr. Helping the fast learners in class d. _______ is the weakness of the Montessori approach. Teacher Education Commission d. then the teacher will most likely to engage the students in ______ process for them to learn. 84. 79. Learning circles c. difficulties arise when unmet needs from the preceding stages are present. No. Field trip For an effective presentation of Article XIV of the Philippine Constitution.Ed. Jingle I want the fast learners in my class to do self-directed learning. Department of Teacher Education c. Personality continues to develop throughout a person's life. Introduction of educational innovations c. 83. Pressure of work b.Direct instruction Which does a pupil use when she sings a concept to a familiar tune in order tune in order to help himself commit the concept to memory? a. New Elementary School Curriculum d. Read more : http://www. Slides b. Pictures c.html To strengthen teacher education the Teacher Education Council created under R. Metacognition d. Do not engaged students in highly structured direct instruction in pre-school 73. Support of living models d. Role playing Jewish A. Sensory impressions c. New Secondary Education Curriculum b. a. d. multi-level learning system The operation “Return to the Basic” saw its embodiment in the ________. Teaching the students some values b. Developing conscience. Merin. a. The stages of development build on one another. et al in 1989.D . National Elementary Achievement Test c. This refers to _________. This will be called___________. 78. Arrange the following tasks according to the stages when they occur in one’s life span. Rap d.A. Metacognition 74. Foster development of the cognitive skills c. Reasoning d. non-formal learning system d.

To the degree the student needs it c. Hands-on activities 93. People tend to resist to change d. Independent practice 88. Realist c. Thinking of its many demands. Laboratory c. In self-directed learning. You arrive at knowing by the rethinking of latent ideas. to speed up the development of the students’ sense of independence d. Empiricist d. you begin your lesson with __________. Which one do I AVOID? a. To the maximum. I make my students teach each other in a “Pair. generate many ideas 96. after which the students were asked to practice. For a more authentic application and evaluation of learning. Mnemonic device c.Decontextualized teaching 98. Adjusted the mirror 86.Ed. Generating many ideas d.D . None. a. Idealist b. the resource speaker in an in-serving training. I use a technique to assess my class knowledge on the lesson before I proceed. Inquiry d. My problem is there are too many topics to cover and I may not able to finish them all before classes end in March. Which teacher prompting is least intrusive? Teacher L ________. Leader ship can affect the desired change in persons despite opposition from the persons themselves b. Break down barriers d. Resistance to change is insurmountable 89.11 85. most of the school heads were not very happy about it and the older ones were whispering “we have every reason to retire soon. Question and answer 92. Constructivist c. Which technique I employ? a.Metacognitive 95. From whom does this thinking come? a. a. Thematic c. Cognitive b. a. In which phase/s of change. to which extent should a teacher’s “scaffolding” be? a.Selectively involve pupils b. Increase creativity c. a. Getting the correct answer to a convergent question c. Think. according to Kurt Lewin. Which approach makes you think of your thinking? a. which method is commended? a. Which approach when used can help solve my problem? a. When I teach. Reminded the class to first adjust the mirror d. Integrative d. Making the class evaluate their answers 94.Active review b. A story board d. If you make use of the indirect instruction method. Teacher L demonstrated to the class how to focus the microscope. A review of previous day’s work c. I succeed in ___________. Merin. Guided practice b. If I do brainstorming in class effectively. Transition and refreezing 90. Which did she NOT encourage her colleagues to do? a. Experimental approach b. Constructive d. Advance organizers that provide an overall picture of the lesson d. Unfreezing d. to force the student to find his way and learn faster by himself 91. People resist change for no reason c. Apprenticeship c. Share” manner. Peer teaching d.a review b. I often engage myself in brainstorming.Project b. A School Division Superintendent was enthusiastically lecturing on the Accreditation Program for Public Elementary Schools ( APPES ) – its benefits and demands. To the minimum. do you feel the pain? a. Pointed to the mirror and made an adjusting gesture with her hand c. Transition c. Which is this technique? The use of ___________.Direct instruction 87. Held the hand of a student and with her hand holding the student’s hand adjusted the mirror b. Experimentalist Jewish A.”What does this tell about change process? a. A master teacher. in order to extend to the student all the help he needs b. Brainstorming c. Learning as it normally occurs b. Refreezing b. presented the situated learning theory and encouraged her colleagues to apply the same in class. an anticipation/reaction guide 97. Authentic problem solving d. Making the class arrive at the best solution to a problem b.

grade 1 pupils will likely say that it is the row that makes the longer line. In which domain in bloom’s taxonomy of objectives is the term paraphrase? a. “ Basedo the theory of information processing. On what theory is the sequencing of instruction anchored? a. You arrange the rows of blocks in such a way that a row of 5 blocks is longer than a row of 7 blocks. In which cognitive developmental stage is the child? a. Fact B. which conditions must be present for a student to learn from a model. If a teacher asks more higher-order questions. B. Merin. Sensorimotor stage d.. if you ask which row has more. Conservation problem C. a. III. I. Teacher pours the liquid from B to C which is taller and thinner than A and B but has equal capacity with B. c. Reward every child who remembers past lessons. Assimilation 103.Ed. II and III b. learning is goal-directed. Motivation a. I and II C. It is as if there is nothing that you taught them at all. II only 102. Evaluate lessons based on your objective’s d. Gagne’s hierarchical theory d. he has to ask more__________________ questions. what process is illustrated. based on piaget’s cognitive development theory? a. I and III D. Based on Bandura’s theory. Punish every child who can’t give correct answers to questions. Accommodation problem b. II and III & IV D. the following day they come without any. Concrete operational stage b. Set as many objectives as you can b. Comprehension D. Pre-operational stage c. a. Synthesis 100.F Skinner’s b. Formal operational-stage 105. When small children call all animals “dogs”. Stick to your lesson objective’s no matter what happens.12 99. II. Authentic problem D. Conservation D. Make the objectives of your lesson clear and specific 106. II and IV b. A common complaint of teachers about pupils is this: “You give them assignment. Bandura’s social learning theory c. Two identical beakers A and B are presented to the child. After reading and paraphrasing Robert Frost’s Stopping by the Woods on Snowy Evening. Accommodation C. You teach them this today. what is its implication to teaching? a. Work for meaningful learning by connecting lesson to what pupil’s know. Retention III. According to Tolman’s theory on purposive behaviorism. Reversion b. Child says “NO” and points to C as the beaker that has more liquid. Motor reproduction IV. convergent b. what problem is illustrated? a. I. Marquez asked the class to share any insight derived from the poem. close C.? I. what must teachers do to counteract pupil’s forgetting? I. Analysis b. Egocentrism problem 107. Thorndike’s law of effect 101. III only C. concept Jewish A.D . III and IV 104. Attention II. Mr. ask them tomorrow and they don’t know. Application C. Based on Piaget’s cognitive development theory. Teacher asks if the beakers A and C have the same amount of liquid the.

a teacher must be friendly but must at the same time be________ a. Novelty C. Allow time for the students to socialize in between activities B. Make eye contact to communicate what you wish to communicate c. C. Knowing where instructional materials are kept D. Move closer to the child to make him feel your presence. Based on Edgar Dale’s Cone of Experience”. Analytical b. Show one’s oral abilities to the rest of the class Jewish A. Confident C. Microsoft Word B. Appropriateness 120.Aware of what’s happening in all parts of the classroom 115. Reinforces positive behavior b. Teacher S uses the low-profile classroom control technique most of the time. Microsoft Powerpoint 114. Merin.D . Attending exhibit D.Hearing/listening b. Database C. view a film on the subject. She reacts severely to a misbehaving student D. Teaching machines C. d. Which characteristics must be primarily considered in the choice of instructional aids? A. Reminding your students your authority over them again and again 117. Attractiveness B. Giving attention to students who are having difficulty with school work B. Video disc b. Teacher II strives to draw participation of every student into her classroom discussion which of these student needs is she trying to address? The need to____________ a. New and skillfully made 116.13 108. Which device/s does teacher Y’s class have? a. Watching demo C. Businesslike D. Updated and relevant to Filipino setting D. What is one sign of “With-it-ness”? A. Kounin claims That “with-it-ness” is one of the characteristics of an effective classroom manager. Cost D. CD D. The students of Teacher Y scan an electronic encyclopedia. which activity is farthest from the real thing? a. Redirect a child’s attention to task and check his progress to make sure he is continuing to work b. She stops misbehavior without discrupting lesson flow 119. Role Play B. Which is an INAPPROPIATE way to manage off-task behavior? a. Stop your class activity to correct a child who is no longer on task 112. Stimulate and maintain student interests B. Wait for students who lag behind 118. You can exhibit referent power on the first day of school by___________ A.Giving your students a sense of belongingness and acceptance C. Buddy-buddy 113. Have a materials already at the start of the activity. She manages pupils personalities C. or look at related topics at the touch of a button right there in the classroom. Suited to the lesson objective C. Making them feel you know what you are talking about D. What must a teacher do to ensure orderly transitions between activities? A. counts 1 to 10 before she deals with a misbehaving student 109. Which software is needed when one wants to perform automatic calculation on numerical data? A. is consistent in her classroom management practice d. Viewing images 110. Assign fewer exercises to fill the allotted time. Game 121. Field Trip C. She is reactive on her disciplinary orientation B.Ed. Seeing only a portion of the class but intensively C. What does this imply? A. Telling them the importance of good grades B. Videotaped lesson 111. Responds to misbehavior promptly c. Spreadsheet Program D. D. To be an effective classroom manager. Misdemeanor has a “ripple effect” This implies that as a classroom manager a teacher ____________ a. Which learning activity is MOST appropriate if a teacher’s focus is attitudinal change? A. Exhibit D. Which priority criterion should guide a teacher in the choice of instructional devices? A.

III . communities) are assumed to agree with the aims of the curriculum. II. The closer you are from the base. Which statement applies CORRECTLY to Edgar Dale’s” Cone of Experience”? a. I want my student to develop the ability to look at a problem from various perspectives.D . III.” What is an application of this principle? Jewish A. Student’s individually evaluate how effectively their group worked d. Variety b. The accountability for learning is on the group not on the individual 128. Consensus building is not necessary a. Merin. I. Interested groups(teachers. b. III 124. IV b. Behaviorist approach b. 123. Which approach will be MOST fit? a. The farther you are from the bottom. The more direct learning the experience c. What should a teacher do? a. students. ask the question. The more direct the learning experience b. Demonstration a. Interaction is a must. Get everything and be part of the group d. lecture. Redirect the question by calling another student to recite c. Uniformity 129. IV 126. Flexibility d. The trend towards the classical approach to curriculum development b. II. Student’s success depends on the success of the group c. “You’re on the wrong Track!”. II. Pause. Probe to redirect the response into a more productive one d. I. If my approach to my lesson is behaviorist. III. III .IV d. Copying notes II. The trend toward globalization and localization c. Lecturing IV. what features will dominate my lesson? I. . Change the question to an easier one b. I. then ask the question again. Isolated use c. teaching and learning become more effective. Computer-based Education c. III a. Modular approach d. which feature (s) apply(ies)?. but not necessarily face-to-face interaction. The trend toward participatory curriculum development d. The more direct the learning experience 130. I. If curriculum is designed following the traditional approach. School curriculum reflects the world’s economic and political integration and industrialization. III. Reasoning III. IV c. II.14 b. What principle is violated by overusing the chalkboard. II b. As though it is the only education technology available? a. The closer you are from the base. What though is impressed on your students? a. Cognitive Approach 125. What does these point to in curriculum development? a. Feel significant and be part of the group c. The shift in the paradigm of curriculum development from a process-oriented to a product-oriented one 127. I. “When more senses are stimulated. The aims of the curriculum are set by professional and experts. Instead of a teacher giving this comment to a student response.III only b. The farther you are from the base. be creative 122.Ed. The more indirect the learning experience d. You choose cooperative learning as a teaching approach. I.

Which of the following is a valid conclusion? a. concepts and principles b. Evaluative d. patterns. To teach the democratic process to the pupils. Which do I avoid? a. Which are effective methods in teaching student critical reading skills? I. Convergent 139.Ed. II And II 138. Roundrobin c. Appeal to students sense of imagination b. Introduce a new lesson b. I combined several subject areas in order to focus on a single concept for interdisciplinary teaching. Ect. dictation and writing. Which did she do last? a. I and II d. The teacher is emphasizing reading and writing skills c. Break down barriers b. 132. reflect on how he presented the previous lesson c. provide his pupils with a sense of continuity d. Read a position paper and deduce underlying assumptions of the position papers a. Jigsaw b. exercises in teaching a lesson about grocery shopping based on the information. Selectively involve pupils 140. Symposium C. When I teach. Philips 66 137. There are qualifications set for candidates. Under what type of question does this test item fall? a. Which is a classroom application of the theory of “operant conditioning”? a. Which technique in cooperative learning is used when new information is divided equally among all group members and each student teaches his/her portion to the other group members? a. Feedback d. Which of the following did the School use? e. Thematic Instruction c. does daily review of past lesson is order to ___________ a. Which strategy did I use? a. Direct instruction b. Reviewing the previous day’s work b. Analysis b. roundtable 141. Teacher A. Biag Elementary School decided that the election of class officers shall be patterned after local elections. Defend or refute this position”. Unit method d. Use audiovisual aids because the eyes and the ears are the most important senses in learning 131. Problem centered learning 136. She uses vocabulary cards.D . The teacher is teaching in a variety of ways because not all students learn in the same manner d. Make students learn by operating manipulatives. Merin. Discovery C. determine who among his pupils are studying 135. Low level c. Limited period for campaign and rules for posting campaign materials. . I. Reinforce a good behavior to increase the likelihood that the learner will repeat the response d. I want to teach concept. Role Playing f. Here is a test item “The improvement of basic education should be the top priority of the Philippine government. Create a classroom atmosphere that elicits relaxation c. Simulation D. Guided student practice c. Dialogues. Make your students touch the instructional materials d. Indirect instruction D. The teacher is applying Bloom’s hierarchy of cognitive learning 134. I and III c. an experienced teacher. II and III b. I often engage in brainstorming. Help students see the connectedness of facts. The teacher wants to make her teaching easier by having less talk b. and abstractions. Read and interpret three different movie reviews III. which method will be MOST appropriate? a. Teacher A teaches English as a Second Language. Think-Pair-Share d. Reading writing activity b. Generate many ideas d. Problem solving 133. Interpret editorialsals II.15 a. Teacher D used the direct instruction strategy. Increase creativity c. Fill-in-the-blank sentences. Use multisensory aids c. Independent practice Jewish A.

which technique is MOST appropriate? a. I. Laboratory II. Share” manner. Conflict story b. a. Appreciate Milton’s Paradise Lost b. Become aware of the pollutants in the government d. Disseminate information that is readily available from texts or workbooks c. 155. Use a microscope properly c. 154. which one should I employ? a. Attribute wheel b. 156. II and III c. Peer tutoring Which is a graphic presentation of numerical data? a. 151. which can be of help? The use of ____________. To reflect on how he presented the previous lesson b. Drill method 143. Expand the range of options IV. 148. Increase creativity a. we are expected to ______________. For direct instruction which does NOT belong? a. I. Inquiry d. a. I and III b. I and II d. Inductive method d. which method(s) should we employ more often? I. Discovery method b. I. 147. Which technique I employ? a. Simulation c. 153.Ed. Cooperative learning c. Guided student practice III. Distinguish war from aggression For a more authentic application and evaluation of learning. 146. I and II c. II. To determine who among his pupils are studying d.16 142. Lecture-recitation d. Constructivist approach c. Reciprocal teaching b. Question and answer I make my students teach each other in a “Pair. Independent practice IV. II. Reflective b. Feedback a. I-IV-III-II-V c. an experienced teacher. Mastery learning d. Project b. Histogram The direct instructional model is appropriate when a teacher needs to_________. Cooperative learning approach d.D . Develop the students’ critical and creative thinking Jewish A. Brainstorming d. Panel discussion To encourage introspection. Problem solving 145. Inductive method When we do brainstorming in class. Exploratory approach With indirect instruction in mind. Reviewing the precious day’s work II. Hands-on activities For value education. I. III and IV d. II and III For which lesson objective will you use the direct instruction method? a. Merin. Peer teaching d. Process c. Venn diagram c. Spider map d. which does NOT belong to the group? a. Laboratory c. Experiential method c. Teach creative making b. Active review b. Demonstration method c. a. IV-I-III-II-V b. and IV Teacher A. I-IV-II-III-V d. Involve everyone II. Think. Cognitive d. 152. Discovery approach b. Build understanding and ownership III. does daily review of part lesson. Mnemonic device c. Which sequence of steps will I follow? I. To emphasize the relationship between lessons If I want my students to develop reading comprehension and learning strategies. 150. 149. which method is commended? a. IV-I-II-III-V 144. I want to use the direct instruction strategy. which teaching method is MOST appropriate? a. I only b. To introduce a new lesson c. Inquiry III. a. Presenting and structuring V. Why? a. deductive method b. Develop the students’ critical thinking d. Cooperative learning To give opportunity for bonding and sharing. To make our children “little scientists”.

A story board d.Ed. Teacher J discovered that her pupils are weak in comprehension. normal-curve equivalents. a review b. unit b. Constructivist c. A master teacher. Authentic problem solving d. Increase creativity c.A standardized test designed to measure the ability of a person to develop skills or acquire knowledge. Teacher S teaches a lesson in which students must recognize that ¼ is the same as 0. Making the class evaluate their answers 159. Allows learners to see connectedness between things b. Relationships between fractions and decimals d. Aptitude test. which test should Teacher J give? a. Numeration skills for decimals and relationships between fractions and decimals c. DRP. I often engage myself in brainstorming. Place value of decimals b. When I teach. Which approach makes you think of your thinking? a. In a class divided into small groups b. a. Rules on subject-verb agreement c. In a class where teacher tries to individualize instruction 165. They use this relationship to determine that . Placement c. Metacognitive 160. Cognitive b. Writing speeches b. Performance test in extemporaneous speech d. Learning as it normally occurs b. Which is a valid assessment tool if I want to find out how well my students can speak extemporaneously? a. I use a technique to assess my class knowledge on the lesson before I proceed. Eliminates boundaries between content area d. Provides learning opportunities in a real-world context c. grade-equivalent scores. Apprenticeship c. The meaning of the law of supply and demand b.20 are slightly less than ¼. The following are characteristics of interdisciplinary teaching EXCEPT ____________. Numeration skills 164. Brainstorming c. scaled scores. Break down barriers d. Integrative d. Students' performance is communicated in percentile ranks. Getting the correct answer to a convergent question c. Display of speeches delivered 168. Written quiz on how to deliver extemporaneous speech c. Discovery d. The exclusion of Pluto as a planet 166. Independent study c. If I do brainstorming in class effectively. SAT. Which did she NOT encourage her colleagues to do? a. Merin. Which topic lends to a lively discussion? a. The law of inertia d. presented the situated learning theory and encouraged her colleagues to apply the same in class.D . To further determine in which particular skill(s) her pupils are weak.Examples: Iowa Tests. To teach your students how to cook a recipe effectively. Standardized test b. or stanine scores. In dyadic groups d. Types of Tests Norm-Referenced Standardized tests compare students' performance to that of a norming or sample group who are in the same grade or are of the same age. Decontextualized teaching 163. Discussion from a single perspective 167. the resource speaker in an in-serving training. ACT Jewish A. Diagnostic d. Which of the following concept/s is/are being taught? a.25. In which of the following would programmed learning to be most likely to be found? a. demonstration 158. generate many ideas 161. Making the class arrive at the best solution to a problem b. I want to engage my students in small group discussions.17 157. a. Selectively involve pupils b. a. Questioning c.15 and . Which one do I AVOID? a. which method should you use? a. I succeed in ___________. an anticipation/reaction guide 162. Which is this technique? The use of ___________. Generating many ideas d.

Examples: Woodcock-Johnson®. Gives unannounced quizzes 172.Ed. Author c. Tends to look down on students answers b. Which method goes with qualitative research? a. which does NOT belong? a.Examples: DIBELS. Standardized state tests Dynamic (Formative) Tests Measures the students' grasp of material that is currently being taught. Students should be under parents’ control b. They are constructed by teachers and have unknown validity and reliability. Formative tests help guide and inform instruction and learning. Examples: Review games. FCAT. a description of a key task that students are expected to perform. and they have sets of directions which are to be followed exactly. Make the extra work that he is asking extremely difficult for him to learn a lesson c. Right to make a livelihood c. a. Chapter tests. authencity 173. which is indispensable? a. they have time limits. Quizzes Static (Summative) Tests Measures what the student has learned. A large number of students receiving low grades and very few students with high grades 171. give him a passing mark b. Portfolios 169. "The Fox in the Box" Formal Tests Formal tests may be standardized. Word Association Test c. Letter grading b. Uses tests and quizzes as punitive measures c. Much as he wants to share the products of his research. Students are not yet ready to handle full adult responsibility c. Examples: Interest surveys. When I am engaged in an external criticism in a historical research. what does the normal curve mean? a. FCAT (Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test) Survey Survey tests typically provide an overview of general comprehension and word knowledge. Examples: Quizzes. Interview d. With projective personality test in mind. Structured observation d. KWL. Quasi-experiment 174. Extend the needed assistance in solving the student’s difficulties. failing student comes to you for help and asks you for extra work so he can cope. With the current emphasis on self-assessment and performance assessment. ACT Informal Tests Informal tests generally do not have a set of standard directions. Scoring rubric 170. Driver's License Test. In a grade distribution. not necessarily by giving the extra work that he is asking d. BRI.18 Criterion-Referenced A student's performance is measured against a standard. Can also measure readiness. When a delinquent. They have a great deal of flexibility in how they are administered. Experiment c. right to property Jewish A. They are designed to be given according to a standard set of circumstances. All students having average grades b. Sentence completion task b. A teacher discovers that a product of a certain bottling company brings about damage to teeth. Learning Styles Inventory Diagnostic Tools Diagnostic tests assess a number of areas in greater depth. Give him the extra work he is asking. Tends to give extremely low grades d. A large number of students with high grades and very few with low grades c. Students are prone to commit infractions of disciplinary conduct 177. then if he passes quality work. Homework.D . Examples: End-of-chapter tests. Final examinations. With grading practice in mindin a grade distribution. Which of the following is assumed under the doctrine of IN-LOCO PARENTIS? a. Give an easy extra work so he can really be help to pass 176. what is meant by teacher’s severity error? A teacher _____________.Examples: SAT. Accuracy d. he could not because of the harassment from all sides. Merin. what am I occupied with? The __________ of the document. source b. One form of criterion-referenced assessment is the benchmark. a. A large number of more or less average students and very few students receiving low and high grades d. Thematic Appreciation Test 175. participant observation b. Paper-and-pencil test d. Which right is violated? a. what is ethical for you to do? a. Numerical grading c. Parent ‘s have the primary duty to educate their children d.

The constitutional provision on language has the following aims EXCEPT. It is what we do with it that makes it ethical or unethical III. a. Bring food for you and your children. The authoritarian setting in the Filipino home is reinforced by a classroom teacher who : a. The attraction is becoming mutual. Teacher A. is attracted to her. regular homework.19 b. How can you help a habitual borrower of money get rid of his habit? a. Filipino’s sense of humor d. Reconstructionist 186. there is nothing wrong with being attracted to someone. a. Perennialist c.There is. a young high school teacher. Ask for a collateral for the cash he is loaning 182. 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. Is there anything unethical? I. Direct him to others c. The singing of the National anthem in schools as in an offshoot of the philosophy of ________. The attraction is the beginning of the unethical action. Social development means that acquisition of the ability to behave in accordance with _______. The following are good techniques to avoid burnout EXCEPT ________. Is open to suggestions d. III c.D . but always make it point to buy in the school canteen. Socialism 183. and respect for legitimate authority? a. II and III b. Progressivist d. Buy all your food from the school from the school canteen even if you cannot afford to do everyday 181. To make the regional dialect as auxiliary media of instructions in regional school b. Pragmatism c. Right to one’s honour d. Essentialist b. Encourage pupils to ask questions b. The tendency to emphasize so much on school beautification to the detriment of pupils performance illustrates the : a. b. Merin.None.Ed. Let him do something for you in return for the money you lent him b. I and III d. Doing lesson plans and marking homework during lunch periods to avoid doing work at home c. To make Filipino the national language & medium on instructions & communication 187. Bring food enough for you and your children but do not eat in the canteen d. Nationalism b. Filipino’s lack of reflection c. To maintain English as a second language c. Naturalism d. Academic freedom 178. Stereotyped behavior c. senses that the oldest student in the class. a. Filipino’s love for “porma Jewish A. Universal norms 184. Do not lend him anymore d.None. To make Filipino the sole medium of instruction d. Buy all your food in the school canteen but request for a discount c. a. Ask open ended questions 185. unless Teacher A gives preferential treatment to Student Z II. Learning to separate yourself from your student’s problems at the end of the day 180. Student Z. Filipino’s lack of seriousness b. Learning to tolerate some things and ignore others b. Who among the following believes that learning requires disciplined attention. Focusing on small positive events d. Prescribes what pupils should do c. a. Social insight d. Social expectation b. As a parent and at the same time a teacher. I and II 179.

school C. Teachers D.Ed.More compartmentalized b. 7836 D. Arielle describes Teacher M as “fair. Special education c. It is how others look at myself c. MERIN Jewish A. According to the Code of Ethics for teachers. caring and approachable. church 193. referent power b. claims that what she does is what her conscience dictates as right. Expert power d. R.D .” Which power does Teacher M possess? a.A 9155 190. political and physical aspects D.A. adequate and integrated system of education is in accordance with _. All of these 192.A 7722 B. Which is NOT a characteristics of education during the pre-Spanish era? a. Which one BEST defines integrity? A. Informal 194. The relationship between virtue and conduct 189. It is how others affect me 199. R. Unstructured b. Universal ethics stage b. It is how I influence others d. words. the nursery of the citizens of the country is the _________. in which moral development stage is Bernadette? a. Legitimate power c. Elementary education b. Merin. R.A. The establishment of the complete. a. Based on Kohlberg’s theory on moral development. It is how I look at myself through the eyes of others b. Elementary and Secondary education d. a senior high school student. National Achievement Test c. Social contract stage 200. Punishment and obedience stage c.The unity between ignorance and reality B. teachers are expected to have integrity. R. According to the Code of Ethics.A. family B. Who should be involved in the “bottom up” management in the school system? a.A 7796 B. thoughts and realities C. National Secondary Achievement Test d. Vocational training-oriented c. More integrated 195. Students C. R. Accreditation and Equivalency 197. a. Law and order stage d. 232 191. reward power DR. Which is compulsory for children of school ages as stated in the 1987 Philippine Constitution? a. National College Entrance Examination b. The unity of man’s deeds. Less prescriptive d. Structured d. PD 6-A D. Bernadette. Child-Friendly –School system c. Which concept does not fit to this description? a. More flexible c. JEWISH A. 4670 C. The Basic Education Curriculum integrates the subjects taught in school. The unity of man’s social. Pre-elementary education 198. The law that established the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority is ______. government D.20 188. BrigadaEskwela 196. a. Which DepEd test do out-of-school youths and adults take enable them to enroll in college if they pass it? a. Which program is DepEd’s vehicle in mobilizing support from the private and nongovernment sectors to support programs based on DepEd’s menu of assistance packages? a. Every Child A Reader Program d.7722 C. Batas Pambansablg. Adopt-A-School-Program b. The Philippine curriculum started to develop from pre-Spanish period. R. What is referred to as the “looking glass self” of Colley? a. Parents B.