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PRINCIPLES AND STRATEGIES OF TEACHING


POST-TEST SEPTEMBER 2010

1. It has reference to what teachers do in planning, implementing and evaluating


instruction.

a. Teaching c. Teaching strategies

b. Curriculum d. Instruction

2. The orderly process directing learners to develop their skills and habits so that they
will be assisted in acquiring knowledge and attitudes.

a. Instructional Media
b. Instructional Method

c. Teaching Techniques

d. Instructional System

3. Facial Expression, writing on the board, and oral expression of the teacher is an
example of

a. Teaching Behavior

b. Technical Skills of teachers

c. Instruction

d. Instructional System

4. Learning to draw, drive a car, play tennis, cook and type a poem often taught in is
an example of

a. Cognitive Learning c. Verbal Learning

b. Motor Skill Learning d. Social Learning

5. Responding to telephone calls, writing one’s name, reading a book orally is an


example

a. Cognitive Learning c. Verbal Learning

b. Motor skill learning d. Serial Learning

6. A process wherein the pupil’s attention and interest are aroused and directed to a
definite purpose.

a. Learning c. Method

b. Motivation d. Principle
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7. Contains a statement of results to be accomplished and specific means by which


these results are to be attained under direction and guidance.

a. Method c. Technique

b. Lesson Plan d. Principle

8. Could be the means of developing good study habits and independence in work as
well as preparing the pupils for the job to be done

a. Review c. Assignment

b. Drill d. Recitation

9. The act of repeating from memory the reciting of a lesson and often described as
a session lesson hearing

a. Review c. Assignment

b. Recitation d. Drill

10. A teaching procedure dealing with first-hand experiences pertaining to material


obtained from experimentation

a. Demonstration Method

b. Laboratory Method

c. Discovery Method

d. Deductive Method

11. Starts with generalization and principles or from general to particular

a. Inductive Method c. Classical Method


b. Deductive Method d. Problem Method

12. Students enact situations that arise in daily living, where values may be clarified,
insights are developed and decision-making is practiced

a. Simulation Game c. Demonstration

b. Role Playing d. Inquiry Process

13. Encouraging students to search for and see relationships that are not obvious; also
it stretches the intellect of students

a. Open-ended Questions

b. Recall Questions

c. Explanatory Questions

d. Descriptive Question
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14. It is “control by enforcing obedience or orderly conduct or training that corrects


and strengthens?

a. Management c. Techniques

b. Discipline d. Strategies

15. When students are asked to respond to incomplete statements or questions that
are presented in oral/ written form

a. Open-ended Statement

b. Close-procedure

c. PAC Strategy

d. Structured Activity

16. These are all the experience which children have under the direction of a school

a. Curriculum c. Learning

b. Instruction d. Socialization

17. The subjects mater, not the child is important in this type of curriculum

a. Correlated curriculum

b. Subject-centered curriculum

c. Experience curriculum

d. Fused curriculum

18. The child-instead of the subject-matter is important in this kind of curriculum

a. Correlated curriculum
b. Core curriculum

c. Experience curriculum

d. Fused curriculum

19. It is a unified curriculum where subject matters from different subject field are
treated unitary of the same curriculum

a. Core curriculum

b. Integrated Curriculum

c. Broad field curriculum

d. Fused curriculum

20. Teacher’s initiative, imagination, puppet shows, play, reading and animated
cartoons can be examples of enriching the curriculum under these resources
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a. Specializing Resources

b. Creative Resources

c. Human Resources

d. Reading Resources

21. A curriculum considered basics for all students, that all must get them

a. Broad field curriculum

b. Core curriculum

c. Integrated Curriculum

d. Experience Curriculum

22. The whole body of experience utilized by the school to attain the aims of education

a. Psychology c. Socialization

b. Curriculum d. Methods

23. Formal education starts when the child

a. begins to talk

b. reaches the age of six years old

c. first enters school

d. begins to be inquisitive

24. That aspect of curriculum that has to do with the preservation of the best in our
culture, customs and traditions has been borrowed from
a. Sociology c. Psychology

b. Sociometry d. Ethics

25. The curriculum must take into consideration the

a. aim of education

b. learning process

c. motives and incentives

d. instincts

26. The curriculum is

a. all-embracing c. all power

b. encompassing d. selective
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27. In the traditional school, the focus of attention was on the

a. child c. method

b. subject matter d. book

28. Curriculum objects are formulated in the light of our

a. past history

b. educational policy and philosophy

c. experience as a nation

d. needs in school

29. Which of the following questions encourages reflective thinking?

a. What are the parts of a complete flower?

b. What do we use to observe matter?

c. In what ways can help his community

d. Why are machine-made goods cheaper than those made by hands?

30. The success of the pupils in formulating generalization greatly depends on:

a. the interest of the pupils

b. the devices used

c. the subjects matter

d. the teacher’s skillful questioning

31. In the inquiry method, the initiation phase calls for the teacher to set the stage for:
a. finding solutions to problem

b. raising of problems

c. gathering data

d. formulating generalization

32. Method is dependent upon:

a. classroom techniques

b. teacher’s expectation

c. theoretical assumptions

d. available textbooks
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33. To lead the students to the desired behavior, method must be implemented
through:

a. selected technique

b. the curriculum

c. the discussion of the teacher

d. careful observation

34. Which is not true regarding the project method?

a. Many worthwhile projects are impossible because of the materials needed

b. The project method should be used occasionally but not regularly

c. The pupil or the class should carry the chief responsibility of planning the project

d. The project method is adaptable to all units in the curriculum

35. The laboratory method is also called:

a. the research methods

b. the deductive method

c. the development method

d. the problem method

36. In the unit method, actual learning takes place in:

a. orienting the pupils

b. collecting, discovering and recording data


c. summarizing the unit

d. organizing the unit or study

37. A statement of objectives, learning experience and the means of attaining results
of teaching is called

a. procedure c. outcomes

b. lesson plan d. strategy

38. Teaching aids which the teacher uses to make learning meaningful, productive and
interesting is known as:

a. device

b. technique

c. method
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d. learning continuum

39. Teaching method which proceeds from the details of a lesson towards the
generalization is called:

a. Inductive c. problem-solving

b. deductive d. debate

40. A teaching method which proceeds from a generalization, principle or rule is:

a. inductive c. project

b. deductive d. process

41. The recent approach in teaching Social Studies is called

a. discovery c. process

b. conceptual d. formal-education

42. A method of teaching which aptly applies to lessons needing experiments is called:

a. problem-solving c. observation

b. laboratory d. demonstration

43. What type of lesson is presented wherein the learner meets the learning
experience through understanding, analysis, and generalizations of facts presented?

a. review c. developmental

b. drill d. deductive

44. What lesson is presented when the teacher takes up the previous learning
experiences of the learners in a recognized pattern of presentation?
a. Drill

b. developmental

c. review

d. discussion procedure

45. A lesson which aims to focalize skills to make them fixed to the point of mastery is

a. problem-type c. review

b. drill d. experimental

46. The law of exercise is aptly applied in a

a. review lesson c. drill lesson

b. assignment d. check-up
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47. A type of review which presents the sum-total of all activities previously presented

a. integrated c. daily

b. cumulative d. drill

48. What recent technique o teaching calls for acting out of a situation where the
participants aim to uncover a problem of great importance to the class?

a. panel c. role-playing

b. debate-form d. lecture-form

49. What technique of in-service training for teachers involves the identification and
solution of common problems by them, thru live-in sessions, conferences, and speeches
of consultants?

a. buzz session c. seminar

b. workshop d. professional meeting

50. The non-verbal symbols used to maximize learning are referred to as

a. Instructional devices

b. Classrooms techniques

c. Field trips

d. Educational media

51. Graphic material which are eye-catching and which use slogans and topics
presented in bold letterings and strong colors to serve as reminders of standards and / or
important events are called

a. poster c. projector
b. film strips d. objects

52. What contemporary aid to teaching utilizes carefully-planned materials where


each step of learning requires repetition and practice until such step is thoroughly
learned?

a. programmed instruction

b. Keypunching

c. Educational Television

d. Educational hardware

53. The Stimulus-Response theory of learning which involves the association between
a conditioned stimulus and a response thru the repeated presentation of the stimulus
was advocated by whom?

a. Edward Thorndike c. Burrhus Skinner


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b. Ivan Pavlov d. Wolfgang Kohler

54. What plan of promoting pupils is committed to encouraging the learners to


progress from grade to grade without needless repetition

a. non-graded scheme

b. individualized

c. heterogeneous grouping

d. acceleration

55. Differentiated assignments, tutorial and remedial work to would-be-failures are not
considered in the individualized Instruction Scheme

a. Yes c. Maybe

b. No d. Sometimes

56. A part of a daily lesson which serves as a carry-over for the next day of what has
been presented is the

a. review

b. drill

c. assignment or agreement

d. lesson proper

57. A good learning environment is one

a. free from distraction c. disturbing noise

b. aver decorated d. dilapidated


58. The proper handling of the physical condition ad instructional materials in the
classroom to effect learning refers to

a. teaching method

b. Classroom management

c. Discipline grouping

d. Guidance-oriented

59. What refers to the process o directing immediate personal desires, interests or
wishes for the purpose of achieving an effective action?

a. discipline c. supervision

b. teaching d. management

60. What characteristics an effective type of discipline?


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a. vital, sympathetic, humane

b. formal and strict

c. inhibited

d. imposed

61. Which of these is not a quality of a good teacher?

a. mastery o the subject matter

b. broad background of liberal education

c. aims to enrich himself thru teaching

d. understand the nature of the learners

62. Which of these is a good personal qualification of a teacher?

a. resourceful, creative and intelligent

b. rich, capricious and luxurious

c. complaining, demanding and scornful

d. materialistic

63. Which of these is included among the professional ethics o school teachers?

a. professional jealousy

b. integrity

c. engaging in business pre-judicial to his teaching duties

d. gossip mongering
64. What teaching method helps the learners draw generalization from a discipline
with the end in view of applying the same similar situations in the future?

a. discovery approach

b. process approach

c. conceptual approach

d. problem-solving approach

65. Which subjects is in the elementary and secondary school levels mostly concerned
with the study of societal problems and issues which are significant to the learners as
member of society?

a. Modern Mathematics

b. Social Studies
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c. Filipino

d. Character Education

66. Which of these are considered with two essential dimension of science teaching?

a. observing and inferring

b. seeing and observing

c. reading and researching

d. knowledge and performance

67. Which of these is not a process in science teaching?

a. Measurement

b. Communication skill

c. Controlling variables

d. None of these

68. Of the process involve in the modern approach to science instruction, which one
utilizes the most number of scientific processes.

a. prediction c. inference

b. experimentation d. hypothesis

69. Give the main difference of these two objectives:

• “ to teach the importance of proper nutrition for good health “

• “ to give the importance of proper nutrition for good health”


a. The first objective is general while the second is specific.

b. The first objective is hard to do while the second is easy

c. The first objective needs a longer time while the second doesn’t

d. The first objective is teacher behavior while the second pupil behavior.

70. Which of the objectives below show overt behavior?

a. To appreciate the value of democracy.

b. To understand the importance of a constitution

c. To recite he preamble of the constitution

d. To show love to one’s country

71. The basis by which content is outlined and institutional procedures are developed
is the:
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a. lesson plan c. objectives

b. basic text d. instructional materials

72. An objective MUST specify:

a. What the learner must do or say.

b. What the teacher must do or say

c. What projects are to be accomplished

d. What the learner must understand

73. “Given ten photographs of biological cells, the pupils will be able to identify six of
them as plant or animal cells.” The underlined phrase is a :

a. terminal behavior

b. standard or acceptable performance

c. condition for learning

d. an accomplishment to be realized.

74. “ To make statement” as an objective in an English Lesson that is:

a. specific c. correct

b. vague d. none of the above

75. What is the most fitting condition of learning for this behavior: “to conclude that
plants need sunlight in order to live”?

a. with the must of materials

b. given a set of pictures


c. after reading the book

d. realistic

76. Which of the following is not a criterion of a well-formulated objective?

a. attainable c. interesting

b. observable d. realistic

77. Which task below is not in the psychomotor domain?

a. imitation c. manipulation

b. evaluation d. articulation

78. The growth of attitudes or values is in the:

a. cognitive domain
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b. psychomotor domain

c. affective domain

d. behavioral domain

79. The domains of behavior do not come in isolation. This statements is :

a. True c. False

b. Acceptable d. Partly true

80. “Will a person do it freely without any type of coercion?” This is:

a. a cognitive question

b. an affective question

c. a psychomotor question

d. a behavioral question

81. “ To develop appreciation of poetry” is a :

a. general aim c. nature aim

b. specific aim d. serious aim

82. Which aim below does not belong to the group?

a. To enumerate the uses of common garden tools

b. To express opinion politely

c. To explain the significance of the story

d. To identify the parts of a flower.


83. Which objective below is not realistic?

a. To respect places of worship

b. To sing the national anthem correctly

c. To give the importance of cleanliness

d. To cite ways to show love one’s country

84. Which objective below is not specific?

a. To describe some of farming procedures

b. To define terms comprehensively

c. To pay tax promptly

d. To know the life cycle of a moth.


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85. What phrase below is a standard of performance?

a. Solve the problem correctly within 10 minutes

b. Identify and sketch the curve

c. With the use of a ruler

d. After several examples

86. A visible activity shows :

a. overt behavior

b. covert behavior

c. confident behavior

d. artificial behavior

87. Which infinite below is not behavioral?

a. to describe c. to compare

b. to select d. To believe

88. Which objective below needs improvement

a. To prepare a seed box

b. To develop skill in embroidery

c. To plan a noon meal

d. To make an apron

89. Which of the following statements is correct?


a. Method is probably more important in college than in the elementary

b. Method is more important in the elementary than in high school or college

c. Method is more important in college than in high school

d. Method is less important than a lesson plan

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

a. drill

b. Appreciation lesson

c. Memorization

d. Problem- oriented strategies


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

a. nature o the learners

b. school equipment and facilities

c. educational background of the teacher

d. Subject matter

92. How well a teacher tells a story depends on:

a. Techniques c. the method used

b. the plot d. classroom

93. Which of the following statements is correct?

a. Method is synonymous with technique

b. A device is a teaching method

c. Method can be standardized

d. There is no single best method

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

a. Readiness c. effect

b. exercise d. multiple response

95. In which situation is the law of readiness best applied?

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


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

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

d. The teacher presents a song, related to the lesson

96. Which of the glowing is not an am in the inductive method

a. To delay judgments until truth is given

b. To enable pupils discover important truths for themselves.

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


the teacher

d. To make relationship of ideas clear to pupils

97. In the inductive method, what does the child do during the comparison and
“abstraction” step?
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a. Recalls information and directs himself to the activities to be accomplished

b. Perceives the common element present in the cases given

c. Applies the principles learned to other problems or exercises

d. Draw conclusion in his own words

98. The deductive method uses the following steps:

a. statement of the problem, generalization, inference, verification

b. statement of the problem, inference , generalization, verification

c. inference, statement of the problem, generalization, verification

d. inference, statement of the problem, verification, generalization

99. In reality, the type of study method is:

a. an inductive procedure

b. a deductive procedure

c. a traditional method

d. a question and answer method

100. The Herbartian formal steps corresponds to the steps of:

a. the inductive method

b. teaching an appropriate lesson

c. the deductive method

d. the project method


# A thing becomes wasted when you fail to take advantage of it.

Principle and strategies

1 c 51 a 3 a 53 b

2 b 52 a 4 b 54 a
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5 c 55 c 28 b 78 c

6 b 56 a 29 d 79 a

7 b 57 a 30 d 80 b

8 c 58 b 31 b 81 a

9 b 59 c 32 c 82 b

10 b 60 c 33 a 83 a

11 b 61 a 34 d 84 d

12 b 62 a 35 a 85 a

13 a 63 b 36 b 86 a

14 b 64 b 37 b 87 d

15 a 65 b 38 a 88 b

16 a 66 a 39 a 89 b

17 b 67 d 40 b 90 d

18 c 68 b 41 a 91 c

19 b 69 d 42 b 92 a

20 b 70 c 43 c 93 d

21 b 71 c 44 c 94 b

22 b 72 a 45 c 95 d

23 c 73 c 46 b 96 a
24 a 74 b 47 b 97 b

25 b 75 d 48 c 98 a

26 a 76 d 49 a 99 a

27 b 77 b 50 b 100 a

HUMAN GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT


POST-TEST April 2010

Multiple Choices:
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1. The process by which certain potentials are inherited from the parents for his
development

a. Life c. Heredity

b. Birth d. Character

2. This theory states that there are 8 basic development stages that the individual
has to pass through his life

a. Learning Theory

b. Psychoanalytic Theory

c. Psychosocial Theory

d. Cognitive Development

3. Transition age from childhood to adulthood where rapid physical changes and sex
maturity occur resulting in changes in ways of feelings, thinking and acting.

a. Puberty c. Early adulthood

b. Adolescence d. Stage V

4. Modifying an existing scheme after an individual’s interaction with the


environment, resulting in the creation of a new scheme.

a. Assimilation c. Recognition

b. Interaction d. Accommodation

5. Theory stating that a person’s behavior can be motivated by urges towards self
satisfaction.

a. Psychoanalytic Theory
b. Cognitive development theory

c. Psychosocial Theory

d. Moral development theory

6. The ability of a child to conceptualize the retention and preservation of the same
quantity under various changes.

a. Recognition c. Assimilation

b. Reversibility d. Conservation

7. Refers to the idea that no individual are exactly the same or alike.

a. Cognitive theory c. Individual differences

b. Exclusivity theory d. Emotional quotient


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8. He is known as the Father of Modern I.Q. Test

a. Lewis Terman c. Laurence Kohlberg

b. Erick Erickson d. Martin Lesley

9. “Intellectual appreciative Experience” is …

a. base on the premise that all learning has emotional correlates

b. obtained in the field of music, art and literature

c. the acquisition and retention o acts and information

d. assumes that human activities are based on stimulus and response

10. These statements imply that children at the early learning stage consider parents
and teachers as authorities and models.

a. Parents and teachers should always coordinate children’s activities

b. Parents should enforce strict discipline at home and teachers in school

c. Parents and teachers should be the role models at all times

d. Parents and teachers should always consult each other with regards the child’s
intellectual development

11. Any change in the behavior of an individual

a. Learning c. Change

b. Response d. Development

12. Which of the following principles IS NOT considered under Classical Conditioning by
Ivan Pavlov?
a. Excitation

b. Adhesive Principle

c. Stimulus Generalization

d. None of the above

13. The reinforcement of a person’s responses by presentation or removal of rewards


and punishment.

a. Operant conditioning c. Feedback Principle

b. Transfer of learning d. Discipline

14. This stimulation of action best explains the behavior of an individual to take what
he perceives to be the shortest route to his goals.

a. Recognition c. Response
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b. Assimilation d. Motivation

15. The process by which an individual acquires the social and cultural heritage o the
society where he belongs.

a. Socialization c. Integration

b. Internalization d. Acquisition

16. Philosophy of education’s main function.

a. Aid the leaner to build his own personal philosophy

b. Definition o goals and setting of directions from which education

c. Educations carries on a lifetime cycle

d. Provision of academic background prerequisite to learning

17. According to Froebel, kindergarten is also known as “____________?

a. children have fun and enjoyment

b. Garden where children could grow

c. He learning Center for Life

d. Where new beginnings begin

18. Which of the following statements is given emphasis by “humanistic education?”

a. The great works of man such as the classics should be enjoyed.

b. Man should learn the different philosophies of education

c. “Build a man who is distinctly civilized, educations and refined”


d. Develop man into a thinking individual

19. A teacher who advocates the pragmatic philosophy of education believes that
experience should follow learning, thus, she has to?

a. require her student mastery of the lessons

b. encourage her students to memorize facts

c. equip her students with basic skills and abilities

d. provide her student with opportunities to apply their skills and abilities

20. How are institutions of learning encouraged to set higher standards over and
above the minimum requirement for state recognition?

a. Scholastic achievement

b. Faculty development
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c. Academic freedom

d. Voluntary accreditation

21. The period of physical, especially sexual, and mental maturation which is
characterized by rapid somatic growth is known as

a. infancy c. puberty

b. early childhood d. adulthood

22. Claustrophobia is an irrational fear of

a. Darkness c. closed space

b. strangers d. height

23. An eye defect characterized by clear vision in one dimension but unfocused vision
on the other is called

a. myopia c. hyperopia

b. astigmatism d. presbyopia

24. Which of the following statements does not apply to adolescents?

a. they desire the approval of their peers

b. they seek dependence on their parents

c. they have a marked sex development

d. none of the above

25. As young people mature, society expects them to develop competencies and
assume social roles in a conventional manner.
a. expectation of parents

b. influence of peers groups

c. influence of formal education

d. cultural demands

26. The founder of the theory of psychology called psychoanalysis was

a. Lock c. Freud

b. Hume d. leibnitz

27. When the learner reaches a point where no further improvement can be expected,
he is in a so-called

a. development crisis c. regression

b. learning plateau d. depression


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28. Regarding the sexual maturation o boys and girls, teachers should bear in mind
that:

a. girls mature at a late stage than boys

b. girls mature at an earlier stage than boys

c. boys and girls mature at the same time

d. there are no marked differences in heir time of maturity

29. Rationalization is used by student who

a. always give explanation or reason for their failures rather than own their faults

b. like to take the blame for their faults

c. bribe their elders with promises

d. substitute words for deeds

30. Which of the following is true of Abnormal Psychology?

a. it studies the cause of personality defects

b. it measures the accomplishments of the individual

c. it concentrates on the scholastic performance of the individual

d. it investigates the educational background of the individual

31. Which of the following is a continuous variable?

a. weight c. nationality

b. sex d. race
32. Which of the following is true about one’s IQ?

a. it remains fairly constant

b. it is highly changeable

c. it is affected by attitude

d. it is never constant

33. Transfer of training easily takes place if the activities involved

a. Are different

b. Have identical element

c. Occur in the same place

d. Vary in difficulty
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34. When the learner is well-motivated, he performs his task

a. with indifference c. with arrogance

b. with disinterest d. with enthusiasm

35. A six-year-old child who has a mental age of eight years has an IQ of

a. 120 b. 130 c. 132 d. 133

36. The ratio obtained by dividing mental age by chronological age times 100 is called

a. derived quotient

b. deviation

c. intelligence quotient or IQ

d. intelligence ratio

37. Which of the following was written by Plato?

a. Sic et Non c. The Republic

b. The School and Society d. Emile

38. Who among those below asserted that “Education is for complete living”

a. Dewey c. Kant

b. Spencer d. Froebel

39. The right of an educational institution and its faculty to prescribe the
methods/strategies of teaching refers to:

a. building style
b. choice of curriculum

c. academic freedom

d. co and extracurricular program

40. The 1987 Constitution provides that religious institution can be given

a. with the students’ consent

b. with the parent/guardian approval

c. with mayor’s permit

d. with the school’s support

41. Public schools in the Philippines are the contribution of which colonizer?

a. American c. Japanese
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b. British d. Spanish

42. Hardship allowance is given to a teacher when

a. he’s assigned in a depressed area

b. he’s given additional teaching load

c. he’s in lahar area

d. he’s assigned in a hazardous area

43. The ability for quantitative learning of the relations of facts taken from newspaper
readings, letter writing and the like is called:

a. functional literacy c. Knowledge outcome

b. adjustment learning d. Social competence

44. A teacher who gives a uniform assignment to be worked out by all learners in
Arithmetic is not observing a characteristic of a good assignment. Which characteristic is
overlooked?

a. It should be definite

b. It should be stimulating

c. It should emphasize the essential

d. It should provide for individual differences

45. If a student asks a question which the teacher does not have a ready answer, the
latter should:

a. dismiss the question as irrelevant


b. offer a bluff

c. admit the fact that he doesn’t know the answer

d. ask volunteers to answer the question and do research on it later.

46. The heredity traits acquired by a person in his lifetime;

a. are transmissible to his offspring

b. reappear in his future grandparent

c. Have no influence on the offspring

d. Become recessive traits

47. When student are given a chance to settle differences of opinion by discussion,
they develop:

a. fair play c. irritants


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b. tolerance d. sociability

48. The school’s responsibility towards teenagers “gang age” is:

a. provide the gang all the freedom it needs

b. gives classroom activities to give direction to out-of-school youth activities

c. supervise gang activities

d. set up norms of conduct or the member of the gang

49. In an intelligence test, a 13-year old girl got a score equivalent to that of a 15-year
old. This means:

a. that the girl must be accelerated

b. that the girl is 2-years older mentally

c. that the girl has a chronological age of 15

d. that she has a mental age of 13

50. Which statement is not necessary to achieve the learner’s interest in a learning
activity?

a. the activity must lead to a practical end

b. the activity must be within the ability of the learner

c. the activity must fill a need recognized by the learner

d. the learner must have the experience that will furnish the background for the
activity

51. He is responsible for the theory which recognizes the importance of developing
multiple intelligence

a. Jean Piaget c. Frederick Freobel

b. Howard Gardner d. Sigmund Freud

52. The need to recognize and develop special sensitivity to language, thus helping the
learners to use the right word, phrase and/ or graph to grasp new meaning refers to

a. visual intelligence c. feelings sensitivity

b. linguistic intelligence d. jargon

53. The sensitivity to tone and pitch, allowing one to produce musical scoring is
intelligence in?

a. musical c. quantitative exercises

b. verbal ability d. qualitative analysis


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54. One’s ability to do abstract reasoning and manipulate symbols refers to what type
of intelligence?

a. musical

b. personality identification

c. mental ability

d. mathematical-logical

55. The ability to perceive how objects are related in order to mentally perceive what is
seen, thus creating concrete visual images from memory refers to?

a. visual-spatial intelligence

b. musical

c. language

d. logical reasoning

56. The capacity to analyze one’s feelings and thus be able to understand and be able
to know the motives of other people’s actions.

a. spatial c. logical

b. personal d. diametric

57. The type of intelligence which enables a person to understand other person’s
feelings, behavior and motivation.

a. emotional c. social intelligence

b. spatial d. quantitative and qualitative


58. The type of intelligence which characterizes actress, actors, mimes, dancers and
people of the Arts?

a. bodily-kinesthetic c. research

b. scientific d. emotions

59. An emerging thrust in determining one’s personality, whether pleasant or


unwholesome, this type of personality measurement is the wholesomeness of one’s
virtues, i.e., values, relationships with other, adjustments to varying situations, behavior
an motivations

a. emotional quotient (E.Q.)

b. intelligence quotient (I.Q.)

c. maladjustment personality

d. anticipated behavior
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60. It is a measurement of personality which is the result by dividing the mental age by
the chronological age.

a. emotional quotient (E.Q.)

b. intelligence quotient (I.Q.)

c. multiple Intelligence

d. forecasted behavior quotient

61. The teacher must be aware that both heredity and environment represent complex
factors, exerting many specific influences on an individual’s growth. Which of the
following statements best represents the influence of heredity and environment?

a. Heredity counts; environment is less important.

b. If the environment is changed, heredity becomes less important.

c. The relative influences of heredity and environment can vary widely in an


individual’s growth.

d. In the long run, both tend to cancel each other’s influences

e. None of the above

62. The best possible way to measure the influence of heredity is by:

a. keeping the environment constant.

b. Ignoring the environment

c. Studying only fraternal o normal capability

d. Studying only identical twins of normal capability


e. Doing none of the above

63. Educators who contributed to the “open education” movement includes:

a. Neill and piaget c. Bruner and Silberman

b. Kohl and kozol d. All of the above

64. A child’s social skills can be measured by:

a. direct observation and parent-teacher conferences

b. psychological test

c. adaptive behavior scales

d. A and C above

65. A teacher uses behavioral modification techniques in his classes. Which of the
following student behaviors would he find most difficult to change?
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a. Aggressive tendencies toward classmates

b. Poor habits in organizing work materials

c. Interrupting a speaker

d. Abandoning a project before it is finished

66. Learning-disabled children most characteristically have:

a. low IQ

b. poor socio-economic backgrounds

c. an average level of intelligence

d. minimal brain damage

67. Which of the following is true about educable mentally retarded children?

a. Their IQ range between 50 and 70

b. They have short attention spans and experience difficulty in generalizing

c. Their reading, writing, and arithmetic skills cannot be improved

d. A and B above

68. Which of the following is characteristics of a dyslexic child

a. Mirror writing

b. listlessness

c. Below-average intelligence

d. Hyperactivity
69. Primary reading retardation is presumed to be neurologically based, related to
parietal lobe dysfunction?

a. Inability to relate sound to letter symbols

b. Inadequate auditory information processing

c. Left-right directional confusion

d. Speech aphasia

70. Students with secondary reading problems have capacity to read, but are non-
readers because of:

a. auditory problems

b. congenital defects

c. visual-acuity impairment
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d. environmental or emotional actors

71. If a teacher accepts Maslow’s theory on the hierarchy of needs, he or she will
probably structure objectives to:

a. meet both the physiological and intellectual needs of students

b. eliminate testing

c. eliminate extrinsic motivations

d. maintain a certain anxiety level for increased competition

72. The knowledge explosion has led to crowding more and more information into
curriculum courses. A likely result is that:

a. the textbook will no longer be the main instructional medium in many classes

b. the child may spend more time in school

c. the teacher may have to rely more on the se of multimedia materials

d. all of the above

73. During the learning process the teacher has most control over:

a. the learners

b. the learning environment

c. the learning process

d. the behavior of the learners

74. Which of the following conditions does NOT contribute to a climate psychologically
suited to learning?
a. The teacher acts like a “real person.”

b. The teacher makes all of the decisions about students’ learning activities.

c. The teacher accepts students as they are

d. The teacher shows trust in students’ decisions

75. William Glasser advocates the frequent use of classroom meetings, with teacher
and students sitting in a small circle. Which one of the following types of discussion
would NOT be appropriate in such a setting?

a. An educational-diagnostic conference on the learning weaknesses of individual


students.

b. An open-ended meeting for the purpose of exploring and discussing student’s


ideas about the curriculum
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c. A social-problem-solving meeting to resolve teacher or student problems elating to


the school, the class, or any individual member.

d. A sensitivity-training meeting for the purpose of helping students ace their school-
related problems and learn how their actions can affect others

76. Which of the following does NOT represent a teacher’s contribution to the
emotional environment of the classroom?

a. A strident, compelling voice.

b. A sustained sense of expectation where student achievement is concerned

c. A well-written lesson plan

d. A sense of humor in a tense situation

77. According to Jones, student commitment to accomplishing a learning goal depends


on all of the following EXCEPT:

a. how interesting the goal is

b. how likely it seems that the goal can be accomplished

c. what degree of challenge the goal presents

d. whether the learner will be able to tell if the goal has been accomplished

e. whether materials are ready assembled for undertaking the goal

78. The teacher who understands the adolescent’s need to conform will:

a. use sarcasm as a disciplinary device

b. disregard unique responses in discussion and on examinations


c. establish a learning climate that fosters feelings of security

d. lecture students on their weakness o character

79. The best public relations agents for a school are the:

a. pupils c. PTA members

b. Teachers and pupils d. principals

80. The structured curriculum is in decided contrast to the child-centered curriculum,


which:

a. emphasizes fundamental education

b. is changeable and is built around student interest and needs

c. is oriented to the needs of a democratic society.

d. Utilizes the theory of mental discipline


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81. According to Bruner, teacher working with young children should

a. Push the children to maximum cognitive development as rapidly as possible

b. Present all information verbally so the children will listen well

c. Present new material from the concrete to the abstract

d. Present new information from the abstract to the concrete

82. from the educational viewpoint, intelligence is:

a. an abstract concept

b. a trait that can be manipulated

c. good judgment

d. a form of behavior

83. Every taxonomy of educational objectives:

a. describes increasingly difficult learning activities

b. describes levels of goals for learner development

c. suggest evaluation measure for teacher use

d. Classifies learning outcomes

84. A mathematics teacher following Gagne’s theory of learning believes that:

a. learning can take place under all conditions

b. learning is mainly a mater of accurate discrimination

c. learning takes place only when the student is in a receptive state


d. learning is reinforced chiefly by classical conditioning

85. Under which of the following conditions is a child’s IQ more likely to increase?

a. If the emotional climate in the classroom improves

b. If the child is given a large “research” project.

c. If the child enjoys problem solving and is given ample opportunity for it

d. If A and C are true

86. Intelligence is the basis of education. Education is the effective means for national
development, hence, a country spends a large portion of its budget for the systematic
training of the learner to attain full development

Why is education one major concern of every c country? Because

a. intelligence has many facets


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b. intelligence is useful in testing

c. intelligence is a safe gauge for budgetary allocation

d. intelligence test when carefully conducted, can help in determining need for future
facilities for national building

87. There are no two individuals who are the same. Individual differences, when early
recognize and provided for, enable the teacher to provide different motivations and
approaches in guiding the learning process. Each pupil differs physically, mentally,
socially and emotionally from other children. Unless the teacher provides for this nature
of the learner, no amount of modern approaches in teaching can elicit favorable results.

a. The paragraph highlights the need or motivating learning

b. Individual differences is an important consideration in guiding the learner

c. The above paragraph focuses on teacher-pupil relationship

d. It takes about the nature of the learning process

88. Robert Craig, et al, wrote of the phase of steps in every learning process. These
include: 1.) the focusing of attention to the stimulation at hand, 2.) the interplay of the
learner and the social factors that surround him, 3.) the acquisition of a new response or
behavior he gives to the new learning and 4.) Retention which presupposes that the new
learning is acquired.

The above paragraph emphasizes

a. the learning process

b. the steps/phase of how individuals learn

c. the manifestations of learning

d. why learning is a difficult process


89. Approaches in teaching change from time to time depending on the traditional of
sophistication attached to the course being taught. Some mentors believe that the tie
tested ways to teaching is effective. Other are easily carried away to use modern
approaches in imparting new subject matter. It maybe safe to conclude that once results
are realized in teaching, no specific method can be considered the one-and-only method
to use.

When teaching a subject area, it is safe to

a. stick to the traditional way

b. be modern and most recent

c. get results in teaching

d. to try any method as they are all theories after all


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90. In the early 1980’s programmed teaching became popular in helping teachers to
provide for individual differences in learners. The chunks of the subject matter which are
divided into units are supposed to help the learner master the lesson, since it is simply to
understand the frame of the lessons. No test o mastery of the units are done because
the purpose is to provide information on certain subject matter

Would you as a teacher use programmed instruction if you handle a subject on Values
Education?

a. yes, definitely

b. no, not important for the subject matter

c. I don’t know

d. Why not if the subject matter calls for it

91. The data/subject matter to teach are gathered in different ways, These include
historical sources like surveys, systematic observations, experimentation, interviews,
etc. to be reliable and valid, the data collected must be organized, properly analyzed and
interpreted. From these processes, some conclusion or generalization are done to reveal
certain relationships like cause & effect. Data gathering involves:

a. tedious and serious study

b. easy does it

c. data gathered are tested and filed, then verified before being used

d. no follow-up needed

92. Heredity and environment play important roles in the function of human beings.
DNA or Deoxyribonucleic Acid is the biological (heredity) band of our genes. Our
environment includes the house, school and the community where we live. Whether we
become successful or a failure will depend on the interplay of both nature and nurture.
If heredity and environment affect the individual, thus, we can conclude that

a. both actors play equal roes in one’s life

b. one factor, either heredity or environment exerts more influence than the other

c. neither factor is important

d. nurture and nature are the same

93. The first systematic philosopher to work in the field of education was

a. Socrates c. Plato

b. Aristotle d. Rousseau

94. The first state in the world’s history where all human capabilities were allowed to
develop freely
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a. Rome c. Sparta

b. Athens d. Germany

95. They are the most practical, pragmatic people who absorbed themselves in the
management of their state affairs

a. Spartans c. Romans

b. Athens d. Chinese

96. Invented the first system of writing in the orient

a. Phoenicians c. Greeks

b. Chinese d. Romans

97. first to introduce the use of printing press in the Philippines

a. Romans c. Greeks

b. Chinese d. Japanese

98. conducted the world’s first civil service test

a. Greeks c. Chinese

b. Romans d. English

99. To develop the capacity of man only for war was the educational aim of the ancient

a. Romans c. Athenians

b. Spartans d. Chinese

100. To produce a young man who would be charming in person and graceful in
manner, e.g. a beautiful soul in a beautiful body is the educational aim of education of
the

a. Romans c. Spartans

b. Athens d. Italians

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1 c 51 c 26 c 76 c

2 c 52 b 27 b 77 e

3 b 53 a 28 b 78 c

4 d 54 d 29 a 79 b

5 a 55 a 30 a 80 b

6 d 56 b 31 a 81 c

7 c 57 c 32 a 82 a

8 a 58 a 33 b 83 b

9 a 59 a 34 d 84 c

10 c 60 b 35 d 85 d

11 a 61 c 36 c 86 d

12 d 62 d 37 c 87 b

13 c 63 d 38 b 88 b

14 d 64 d 39 c 89 c

15 a 65 a 40 b 90 b

16 b 66 c 41 a 91 a

17 a 67 d 42 c 92 a

18 c 68 a 43 d 93 c

19 d 69 d 44 d 94 b
20 d 70 d 45 a 95 c

21 c 71 a 46 a 96 b

22 c 72 d 47 b 97 b

23 b 73 b 48 b 98 c

24 b 74 b 49 b 99 b

25 d 75 a

50 a 100 b

GENERAL EDUCATION
PRE-TEST APRIL 2010
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1. Rabies comes from dog and other bites. How could this be prevented?

a. Have the dog vaccinated with anti-rabies

b. Tie the dogs at all times

c. Keep the dogs in cage

d. Kill the dog that bites

2. Ano ang tinutukoy nito: “Ang taong mabilis lumakad kung matinik ay malalim.”

a. Malalim ang sugat kapag natinik sa bilis ng lakad

b. Dahan-dahan sa paglakad sa dilim

c. Madalas madudulas ang mabilis lumakad

d. Mahina ang paglakad kaya nahuhuli ng dating

3. Which fractions have the least common denominator?

a. ¼, 2/5, 5/45 c.1/16, 2/4, 5/8

b. 3/5, 1/16, 2/18 d. ½, 3/9, 2/10

4. There are four rooms for rent in a corner building. Each room is 114 sq m in area.
How much will Ms. Cruz pay for the 4 rooms for one year if the cost per square meter is
P350?

a. P 1,925,200 c. P 19,915,200

b. P1,915.20 d. P1,915,200

5. A father was misunderstood by his teenage boy because:


a. The father could not tolerate a live-in arrangement of his son.

b. The father abhorred and mistook modernization as being fresh

c. The father imposed on his values on courting and marriage

d. The father did not understand the teenage values on dating

6. The death of the kidnapped victims by the terrorists was considered:

a. A neglect of priorities

b. A deviation from protocol

c. A revenge for atrocities of civilians

d. An affront to the leadership

7. How did recipient of operation title transfer react to taxation?


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a. Paying taxes was obviously not the new land owners concern

b. They wanted the landlords to pay taxes

c. Assessment of transfer titles are not recognized by local offices

d. Cooperatives do not explain the tenants role on taxation

8. Philippine economy indices are closely related to the rise and fall of the:

a. German Mark c. Japanese yen

b. US Dollars d. London Pounds

9. Watching TV is controlled by parents, children below 18 are discouraged to view


this type of film.

a. Discovery in Science

b. Violence and Sex

c. Historical battles and bloodshed

d. Adolescent stories

10. Anong sagot sa bugtong na ito? “Mataas pag-nakaupo, mababa pag-nakatayo.”

a. Pusa b. Aso c. Alimango d. Kabayo

11. Ang mga mamamayan sa Mindanao ay nabulabog ng alitan na tumagal ng ilang


buwan. Ano ang dapat gawin ng pamahalaan upang magsibalik ang tiwala ng mga Moro?

a. Ang mga kampo ay ibalik sa mamamayan

b. Ibigay ang kampo sa mga sundalo

c. Gawing palayan ng bayan ang lupa


d. Sunugin ang mga bahay sa kampo ng kalaban

12. Paano ipinaabot ng mga Katipunero ang kanilang mensahe sa mamamayan?

a. Sa nilimbag na peryodikong Tagalog

b. Sa pamamagitan ng mensahe sa Tagalog

c. Sa mga simbulo ng titik at numero

d. Sa pamamagitan ng sulat sa Espanol

13. In some cultures, cemented floors for homes are not welcome. Their reason is
________.

a. The ease of repair

b. The cost of cement against bamboo slots


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c. The ease of disposing of waste

d. The absence of air circulation space

14. Voting is a privilege in a democracy. Those who are deprived their votes are
normally

a. Execute c. Disenfranchised

b. Franchised d. Exiled

15. Which question after a lecture registers concerns?

a. Where did you miss me, at what point?

b. Everything was covered, wasn’t it?

c. Raise your hands for further explanation.

d. Did you get me right?

16. A recent cause of teachers illness is traced to:

a. Urinary tract infection

b. Anemia

c. Tuberculosis

d. Tonsilitis

17. Anatole France in Thais is quoted often for these lines-“Fish, which are put upon
dry land, die, in the same way, monks wholeave their cells and mix with the world
deviate from their holy purpose.” This means _____________.

a. One should stay only in his habitat


b. Living another life means death

c. Monks living out of the monastery violate their holiness

d. Monks should never live out of the monastery

18. Ibinabalik ang paligsahan sa balagtasan upang ________.

a. Mahasa ang mga bata sa pagsasalita

b. Magkaroroon ng kuwentuhan

c. Mahasa ang mga bata sa pakikinig, pagsasagot at pananaliksik

d. Mabuo ang loob ng mga kasali sa balagtasan

19. How does countries register dislike or disagreement of another country’s


discussion through diplomatic means?

a. Retaliate by arresting nationals of the other country’s citizens


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b. File a diplomatic protest

c. Declare war immediately

d. Recall all its nations

20. Jose Abad Santos is often remembered for this quotation- “I regret I have but one
life to give my country.” This is to us.”

a. An act of patriotism

b. A challenge during adversity

c. An act of indecision d. A retreat from destiny

21. A child discovered a new formula for decreasing the population of ants. She
submitted this research to a teacher who claimed the research as hers. The teacher

a. Right to live within one’s means

b. Violated human right

c. Right to choose

d. Right to intellectual property

22. Parents are worried about students interest in Internet. What is the best safeguard?

a. Supervise Internet use with parents consent

b. Check on learners’ interest while surfing

c. Allow Internet only after classes

d. Allow students use of Internet instead of using library books

23. Ms. Cruz is 44 years old. She was 21 years old when she bore her oldest daughter
who is six years older than her youngest son. How old is her youngest son?

a. 18 b. 22 c. 17 d. 23

24. An ice cream cone is 6m x 63cm√ in depth. How many ice cream cones would you
need for 630 cm of ice cream?

a. 100 b. 150 c. 60 d. 200

25. A kitchen is to be covered by linoleum. The area is 2m wide and 3.6m long. A roll of
linoleum is 90 cm wide at P 12.60 per meter. Find the total length of linoleum required.

a. 6.48 m b. 8.10m c. 8 m d. 6.30 m

26. Ano ang tawag sa mga tanong na tulad ng sumusunod:” Ang bahay ay paligid ng
espada, ano ito?”

a. Bugtong b. Salaysay c. Tula d. Dikreto


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27. Ambushes in provinces are reported in radio and TV broadcast. I at times don’t
agree, so I answer:

a. No, it is not true c. Yes, it often is

b. Yes, it is true d. Yes, at times it is

28. Children in the mountain ranges are diagnosed as suffering from goiter. Determine
the cause of such disease.

a. Lack of iodine in food

b. Excess of iodine in diet

c. Excess of vitamins in diet

d. Lack of iron in the diet

29. Sa pagtaas ng bandila sa Kawit, anong wika ang ginamit ni Aguinaldo sa kanyang
talumpati ?

a. Espanol b. Tagalog c. Ingles d. Chabakano

30. What country culture usually show courtesy by living their footware on the stairs?

a. Italian c. American

b. Japanese d. Chinese

31. Alin ang wastong salita ng bata?

a. Nanay, darating ako diyan

b. Ako, nanay, darating ako diyan

c. Darating nanay ako.


d. Nanay, akoy darating diyan?

32. Which of the given fraction is equal to 12/84?

a. 7/42 b. 1/8 c. 6/42 d. 1/7

33. Mr. Gatchalian bought a farm lot for P16,000 and sold it for P 20,000. If the
overhead was P800, what was his gross profit?

a. P 2,200 c. P 3,000

b. P 4,000 d. P 3,200

34. The Filipino family believed that tuberculosis is inherited. In fact the cause is traced
to:

a. Poor hygiene in coughing and spitting

b. Spitting everywhere by active TB patients


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c. Lack of Vitamin A d. Lack of Vitamin C

35. A boy got tired of getting up early to join the family prayer. Her decided to change
his religion. Cite the right he wanted exercised

a. Right to free workship

b. Right to abide by family rules

c. Right to due process

d. Right to change workship as provided by its Bible

36. One good rule to avoid intestinal diseases is _____.

a. Wash your hands before eating

b. Wash your feet before going to bed

c. Sleep under a mosquito net d. Avoid insect bites

37. Convert into decimals 98 thousandths.

a. 9.8 b. .0098 c. .098 d. 98

38. Families of OFW meet a lot conflicts. How does the government address this;

a. Provide schoolarship for husband left behind to study

b. Increases insurance benefits

c. Encourage more opportunities for OFW

d. Creation of skills development centers for OFW

39. The latest discovery in animal industry is in biological science. Where was this
most used?
a. In the artificial dissemination

b. In the tissue transplant

c. In the artificial breeding of cattle

d. In the clowning of cows

40. Opening of cement plants requires getting a DENR clearance. Which of these
clearances are required?

a. Air Pollution Clearance c. BIR

b. Waste Disposal d. Environmental Clearance (ECC)

41. Which of these numbers is divisible by 6?

a. 9558 b. 8573 c. 7514 d. 9646


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42. What is meant by this statement? The hostages are free. They paid their way!

a. The kidnap victims were freed after a ransom

b. No ransom was demanded of the victims

c. The kidnap victim’s family negotiated peacefully

d. The kidnap victims were safe

43. The MRT commuters increased in number after the pubic ________.

a. Reached their destination with full certainty

b. Appreciated the full speed

c. Realized the fare to be reasonable

d. Found the coaches limited in capacity

44. When do doctors declare dengue fever as an epidemic?

a. When two are hospitalized from the neighborhood.

b. When the proportion of patients reach at least 15% of the population

c. When every household of fine houses are sick with high fever

d. When everyone is suffering from a cold

45. One approach to lessen vehicular air pollution is:

a. Revenue twenty or more year old vehicles in the street

b. Ban diesel using cars on the highway

c. Ask pedestrians to use bicycles


d. Utilizing the MRT and LRT

46. The reporter was accused in court because of his news story. The story was
____________.

a. Tainted with malice c. Too personal to take

b. A narration of facts d. Full of distorted facts

47. A refrigerator van brought fish from Davao. The total fish brought in was 1, 250 kg.
There were 48 kg left after dealers brought their share. How many kg were sold?

a. 1202 kg b. 1102 kg c. 1302 kg d. 1203 kg

48. There is non-government program that extend assistance to children who needs
hospitalization and treatment. What is this non-government project?

a. Welfareville c. Father Angelo’s Home


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b. Tahanang Walang Hagdan d. Bantay Bata Project

49. Army men who are rescued from insurgent kidnap undergo medical check-up. Why
is this done?

a. To protect the prisoner from further harassment

b. To avoid relapses from illness while in hiding

c. To determine the physical and mental state of the army men

d. To determine the loyalty of this army men

50. Teachers allow students to explain their answers in dialects. This is an approach on
________.

a. Multilingual level c. Dialectic level

b. Bilingual level d. Monolingual level

51. Rural health centers conduct home visitation. Babies are vaccinated early to avoid
pulmonary tuberculosis. However, what is the WHO findings?

a. Most fathers spit blood and infect babies

b. Babies are immuned from TB

c. Most children suffer from pulmonary complex

d. Mothers sick with TB transmit their disease by breast feeding

52. Ang saging kailanman ay di magbubunga ng santol. Ang salawikain ay


nagpapahiwatig na

a. Maaring magbunga ng bayabas ang isang punong santol


b. Walang pagbabago ang anoman

c. Ang bunga ng isang kahoy ay galing sa sariling lahi

d. Walang bungang di galing sa sariling puno

53. The different counties around the Philippines have limits in fishing. Which incident
violated this territorial boundary?

a. Establishing ports and camp with the U.N. consent

b. Mining oil in Twi-tawi with Amoa

c. Flying planes over free territories

d. Catching fish at Srangani Bay

54. The menace of drugs has affected the Philippine economy greatly. Which of these
drugs are found most destructive to one’s brain?
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a. Opium c. Methyl salicilate

b. Marijuana d. Shabu

55. “Huwag ka ng mahuhuli sa lakad, “ ayon kay Shiela. “Oo naman, “ sagot ng
kapatid. Ano ang kahulugan ng sagot?

a. Sasama siya talaga

b. Sasama siya ngunit depende sa gising

c. Di nakatitiyak siya’y makakasama

d. Tiyak siyang sasama

56. Which of these numbers is divisible by 8?

a. 900 b. 700 c. 9000 d. 500

57. A subdivision sold a total number of houses to 1, 500 owners. The total area of
each lot is 80 sq meters. What is the total area of the subdivision?

a. 14 ha b. 11.5 ha. c. 13 ha. d. 12 ha.

58. The commander ordered his men to proceed. Which shows full compliance?

a. Sir, Yes, Sir! c. Sir, Sir? Yes, Sir!

b. Sir, we are about to go. d. Sir, we are on leave

59. Ang payo ng pare sa rebelde bago sumagot sa mataas na opisyal ay:

a. Makinig at isulat ang sagot

b. Tumigil at bumati muna

c. Tumigil sa ginagawa at makinig


d. Makinig ng mabuti

60. Cultural differences and signals may cause miscommunication. Normally, Spanish
families go for kissing one another. But this is taboo to some Filipino families who:

a. Losing virginity c. Disrespect to elders

b. Takes as an affront d. Believe its unsanitary

61. “Join the rally,” the activists shouted, What was asked of the listeners,

a. Sympathy for a cause c. Empathy for crusaders

b. Apathy for a cause d. Avoidance of street action

62. The Philippines counts more than 7, 114 islands. Why are some islands not fully
identified?

a. Some are not inhabited


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b. Some submerged after a volcanic eruption

c. Some have not been surveyed

d. Some are only seen during low tides

63. Los Banos is known for its rice researches. Where do the students conduct their
researches?

a. UP Manila b. UP Cebu c. UPLB d. UP Iloilo

64. Families in the troubled Mindanao areas were _____.

a. Scared so they left their homes,

b. Satified with the peace efforts,

c. Unmindful of the events so they stayed home,

d. Happy gunshots filled the air,

65. A girl scout qualified to join an encampment in England. What advantages would
she profit from the experience?

a. Understanding of other girls in the world

b. See the world

c. Present Filipino values at the camp

d. Feel the sisterhood among other girls

66. Siya’y isang pipi, ngunit kaya niyang mag-guhit ng larawan. Siya’y isang
__________.

a. Pintor c. Artista
b. Manunulat d. Dalubahasa sa siyensya

67. A new building is 360 meters high. There will be 120 storey in this building. What is
the height of each storey?

a. 3.5 meters b. 3 meters c. 4 meters d. 5 meters

68. The weather bureau gave this warning during thunderstorm. Which comes first?

a. Lightning flashes first

b. Lightning and thunder are simultaneous

c. Thunder sounds spread fast

d. Thunder follows all lightnings

69. Which of these group of capital words do not belong to same sound?

a. THOSE are hers to claims


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b. THIS is my nature land

c. THAT’S the truth

d. THESE are times that try men’s soul

70. A glassware was marked P160. After a day the price increased by 10%. The
following another 10% was added to the price. How much was the eventual cost of the
glassware?

a. P192 b. P195 c.P176 d. P193.60

71. If 35% of the graduating class failed in NSAT and 260 passed. How many failed?

a. 105 b. 140 c. 130 d. 91

72. Children are fond of pets. One time a pet dog growled and bit a child. How will the
owner handle the situation?

a. Allow the dog to be observed for 10-18 days before giving anti-rabies injection

b. Use the dog’s brain to treat the wound

c. Kill the dog

d. Tie the dog and feed it regularly

73. Local peace negotiations should be the primary concern of what office?

a. Local municipal and provincial executives

b. Church hierarchy

c. Philippine National Police

d. Philippine marine SWAT force


74. Give the exponential function of y = f(x)

a. y=x–5 c. /= 2x - 2

b. y=x=1 d. / = 5 x(squared)

75. All the grand daughters were present but the eldest was perceived to be matured
than ________.

a. Any girl of her like c. Any of her age

b. Any one of her age d. Any other girl of her age

76. Students from different countries are offered scholarship in university in America
and Europe. What does this imply?

a. Kwoledge is not a monopoly of one race

b. Students can earn degrees abroad


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c. There is the university of knowledge

d. Admission of Asians in United States universities is limited to nationals

77. Give the product of (4 + 25)( 5 – 35)

a. –720 b. 710 c. 720 d. –710

78. Quezon is quoted after on, “I prefer a government run like hell by Filipino…” This
means:

a. Filipinos can better run their country

b. Filipinos are not good leaders

c. Filipinos should be governed by foreigners

d. Filipinos should depend on foreigners for good governance

79. Sabi ni Balagtas, “ Ang laki sa layaw karaniwa’y hubad.” Ito’y tulad ng:

a. Batang walang pakiramdam sa hirap

b. Batang di sumusunod sa magulang

c. Batang di natuto sa klase

d. Kawayan na mataas

80. The theory on the effective use of cellular phones is credited to _____________.

a. Smart b. McDonald c. Bell d. PLDT

81. Congress passed the Fisherman’s Act. How did promote the local fishermen?

a. Shorelines were not open to big shipping companies


b. Foreign fishing vessels could catch fish at any distance in Philippine waters

c. Deep sea fishing was allowed within five kilometers from the shorelines

d. Local government had control of the shorelines within 15 kilometers

82. Conducting PRC examinations aboard to OFC in different countries are perceived as
a

a. Service to overseas workers

b. Propaganda of government

c. A pleasure trip for PRC officers

d. Service to earn dollars

83. A rectangular tank is 2m long and 1.5m wide and 1m deep. If you fill the said tank
half-full, how many cubic meters will it have?
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a. 10 cm b. 15 cm c. 16 cm d. 5 cm

84. Mis Viloria has eleven children. Her husband decided to send their to Manila and
seek jobs. The eldest child is only 16 years old. What right is violated by the father?

a. Right of the children to assistance, proper care and attention

b. Right of family to family living wage

c. Right to education

d. Right of the child to work and exploitation

85. What do this study reveal? During student individual ascendary undergraduates
who are politically far right, far left or adherents to ideologies of any type decreases.

a. Undergraduates of political inclination become rabid ideologist

b. Undergraduates tend to be less active as they ascend in college

c. Freshman are radical activist

d. Individual ascendancy effect attitudes of college undergraduates positively

86. There are 18 Tagalog maids and 12 Visayan maids serving in a hotel. Give the ratio
of the Tagalog to the entire group and express them in simple terms?

a. 3/2 b. 2/5 c.  d. 3/5

87. Solve –6x-7=3x+12.

a. 5/3 b. 3 c. 5 d. 9/5

88. A prisoner was made to confess of his guilt. A lawyer of the respondent was
present in the confession. What was violated?
a. The prisoner should have a lawyer of his choice

b. The confession was without due consultant

c. The prisoner was approached properly

d. The choice of the lawyer was made by the accuser

89. “Ang di marunong lumingon sa pinanggalingan ay di makararating sa paroroonan.


“Itoy

a. Babala sa maikli ang pag-iisip

b. Babala sa mga mayaman

c. Babala sa nakalimot ng kanyang tunay na buhay

d. Babala sa bagong mayaman


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90. Unleaded gas used to cost P18.01 liter. The next day the same was sold for P18.13
a liter. The station sold 11,001 liters. How much gas was realized in a day?

a. P13,200.12 c. P11,320.12

b. P1,320.12 d. P15,102.12

91. The Philippine National Bank soars and has use a symbol for its advertisement it is:

a. The pigeon b. The hawk c. The eagle d. The parrot

92. The hostage victims were heard asking the rescuers to hold on the fort. What was
the message?

a. Rescue them fast and early

b. Disregard the peace negotiations

c. Surrender in arms

d. Keep on with the fight

93. Text messages are used for fast communication. What does this message mean?
“Ur have to meet friends 5 A.M.”

a. You have friends to meet at A.M.

b. You should meet your friends at five in the morning.

c. You have to be here at 5 in the afternoon.

d. Be there at five in the morning.

94. Empty bottles and cases of pesticides must be disposed of properly. Which is the
best way.
a. Burying containers in deep pits

b. Washing with soap suds

c. Burning in a pit

d. Breaking the bottles in waste boxes

95. How many years are there in a decade?

a. 10 years c. 20 years

b. 50 years d. 5 years

96. The crimes were considered serious because the penalty was.

a. A total exile in a foreign land

b. A life sentence

c. Lethal injection
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d. To die in jail

97. Criminals sentenced to death through lethal injection were positive of:

a. Shabu b. Tuberculosis c. Malaria d. AIDs

98. A traveler was helped by other passengers for his extra weight of 112kg. There
were travelers who gave their allotment of 25kg. How many more extra weight will be
pay?

a. 35 kg b. 37 kg c. 48 kg d. 38 kg

99. How are families assisted by the media?

a. Free packages sent door to door to families.

b. Sponsored free long distance call offered by PLDT.

c. Free communication and messages to family members in different radio stations.

d. Free telephone calls are offered by some radio stations.

100. The continuous flooding in Davao and Agusan is traced to:

a. Cultural minority discriminated

b. Wanton cutting of trees

c. Rich rice fields to be irrigated

d. Water transportation availability

101. How did the explorers who rode up to the moon managed to survive?

a. Food in jelly form c. Food in biscuit form

b. Food in capsule form d. Food through liquid form


102. Volcanic eruptions caused evacuees to be insecure. Choose the situation reflecting
the situation.

a. Ash falls are blessings for fertility of soil.

b. The lava attracted tourists.

c. Government aid was immediate and flowing.

d. Crops covered by lava will affect livelihood and earning.

103. There are several advertisements that encourage people to take this supplement
so that they can grow 3 to 5 inches more even after the age of 20.

a. This is not possible because there is definite pattern of growth of bones and
muscles

b. This is true because the AD would not have been allowed


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c. This is not true because there are no specific individuals mentioned

d. This is true because of the protein content

104. Crimes does not pay and rapists cannot avoid ______.

a. Electric prosecution c. Lethal injection

b. Genocide d. Hostage

105. A twin was born to a Russian mother, during the war she gave up her twins to
volunteers and foster parents. How could the adoption papers be made legitimate?

a. Seek the consent of the real mother and go ahead with adoption proceeding

b. Proper adoption paper approved by both countries

c. Conceal the call from authorities

d. Sell the birth certificate

106. A policeman caught a pusher carrying prohibited drugs. Each package weighed 12
kg, 10 1/8 kg, 11 ¾ kg, and 8 kg. Give the weight of the confiscated drugs.

a. 40 3/8 kg b. 41 ¾ kg c. 42 5/8 kg d. 21 ½ kg

107. Which of the given fractions is equal to 15/75?

a. 3/5 b. 2/5 c. 1/5 d. 4/5

108. Everyday there are reports of vehicular accidents. What preventive measure is
done to identify drivers who take drugs?

a. Drivers’ licenses are released after clearance from barangay chairman

b. Drivers are exempted from psychological tests


c. Drivers are given road tests

d. Drivers licenses are released after a drug test clearance

109. Agriculture centers have found lately varieties of coconut propagation. How did
their varieties get discovered and distributed?

a. Putting up nurseries

b. Laboratory tissue culture

c. Fielding scholars d. Seed selection process

110. “Pare-pareho kayo. Wala akong mapagpilian, “ wika ng isang gurong puno ng galit
sa mga lalaki. Siya’y _____.

a. Nawalan ng gana sa pagtuturo

b. Nawalan ng tiwala sa mga lalaki


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c. Nawalan ng gana sa buhay

d. Nawalan ng tiwala sa lahat ng tao

111. Environmentalist believe that ___________,

a. Opening dumping sites will solve waste disposal best

b. Burying plastic will ease clogging of water canals.

c. Classifying garbage identify biodegradable and non-biodegradable waste.

d. Burning garbage is the safest approached.

112. What comes out of this conversation? “Really?” “Yes, she wanted to find out all
about your house. She even asked how old your servants were.” And Jeanne burst out
laughing. “I’m distrustful Isn’t it. Very natural to feel uneasy about what one cannot
understand.”

a. Someone was scrutinizing Jeanne

b. Jeanne was wary about the questions raised

c. There is an inquiry going on

d. People can be snoopy at times

113. Ang tamang babala na ipipintura sa pader ay:

a. Dito nakatira ang durugista

b. Mag-ingat sa durigista sa paligid

c. Bahay ng durigista: mag-ingat

d. Parisan ninyo ang nakatira dito


114. Famine in Africa found very many malnourished children. Several had poor teeth
and sight. This is a sign of ________.

a. Deficiency in Vitamin A and D

b. Deficiency in protein

c. Deficiency in Vitamin B d. Deficiency in iron

115. Cooperative concept started in Europe. Now the Department of Agriculture is using
cooperatives to promote productivity. What windows are open to farmer members of
cooperatives?

a. Loan packages for purchase of working animals, tractors and fertilizers

b. Loan package for irrigation pumps

c. Loan packages seedling and fertilizers


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d. Loan packages for the educational expenses of farmers

116. The impeachment led Filipinos to ___________.

a. Understand the judge’s comments

b. Hate administration trials

c. Appreciate the democratic process of government.

d. Listen to the proceedings.

117. The class was in a state of confusion, What was uttered by the teacher to put all at
ease?

a. Class, what’s wrong? At ease.

b. Class, be seated

c. Class, listen to me

d. Class, sit down

118. Ayaw niyang _________ dahil di rin siya aalis.

a. Umaalis b. Aalis c. Umalis d. Mag-alis

119. In one drug rehabilitation center most inmates who were found deep in prohibited
drugs were:

a. Children who were lazy and vicious

b. Children who had no identity to speak up

c. Children wanting of parental love and care

d. Children who have so much to spend


120. Food preparations are handled well to avoid spoilage caused by _______ of
products.

a. Unsanitary condition c. Unlimited preservatives

b. Miscalculation d. Mislabeling

121. Under trade relations what facilitated the entrance and exchange of products with
other countries?

a. UNESCO declarations

b. Dumberton Act

c. United Nation Act

d. General agreement on Tariff and Trade

122. Divide 35 in the ratio of 3:4.


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a. 10:25 b. 13:22 c. 5:30 d. 15:20

123. Ano ang dahilan kung umunlad ang maikling kuwento noong panahon ng Hapon?

a. Ang karamihan sa inilalathala noon sa pahayagan ay sa wikang Tagalog

b. Bihirang manunulat ang naglimbag ng kuwentong Ingles

c. Ang dating manunulat ng maikling kuwento sa Ingles ay lumipat sa pagsusulat ng


Tagalog

d. Ipinagbawal ng hukbong Hapon ang paggamit ng Ingles

124. Why do nurses and doctors use gloves when injecting patients with AIDS?

a. A prick of a needle from an AIDS patient is dangerous

b. AIDS can be cured by injections

c. AIDS is transmitted by touch

d. AIDS virus easily enter open wounds and pores

125. Noong panahon ng Hapon lumaban ang Filipino sa gitna ng kahirapan. Ang
pinakamahirap na dinanas ng kawal ang mahabang lakbay. Itoy tinatawag na ______.

a. Death March c. Fall of Corregidor

b. Return of MacArthur d. Fall of Bataan

126. Ayon sa Presidente, kung siya’y hahamunin, sila’y _______.

a. Ikukulong c. Babarilin

b. Dudurugin d.Aamuhin

127. Liza received her grades in PEHM. For the fourth grading period, the grades were
83, 86, 80 and 88. What was her average grade?

a. 85 b. 84 ¼ c. 86 d. 84

128. Alin ang babala na dapat sundin ng mga mamamayan?

a. Itapon ang basura sa tabing-dagat

b. Bayaran ang buwis para ang basura ay hakutin

c. Gawin ang paghihiwalay ng mga basura

d. Itapon ang basura sa Pasig

129. A rich candidate bought a big family by the thousand. On election day no one was
allowed to leave their homes. What right was deprived the members of the family?

a. Right to life, liberty

b. Right to due process


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c. Right to eminent domain

d. Right to participate in democracy

130. What is the floor area of a 4-storey apartment if each floor is made of 12 by 23
meters?

a. 1444 sq m c. 1004 sq m

b. 1111 sq m d. 1104 sq m

131. During international gathering, which nationality embraces dignitaries?

a. British b. Palestine c. Filipino d. Japan

132. The latest EDSA 2 recognized the effects of communication through what means?
People resorted to _______.

a. Announcement through media

b. Exchange of message by fax machine

c. Telephone d. Utilization of text messages

133. Singapore at a time banned the growth of families beyond economic control. They
decreed the number of children to a limit of:

a. 1 b. 2 c. 3 d. 5 or more

134. “I am a Filipino … child of the marriage of the East and West.” Romulo means:

a. Filipinos deserve to be called Asians

b. Filipinos are oriental

c. Filipinos are occidental


d. Filipinos is a mix of the Orient and Occident

135. Famers complain of crops getting rotten during rainy season. The government
project that answers the situation is through _________.

a. Constructing farm to market roads

b. Putting up cooperatives

c. Ask middle man to intervene

d. Seminars with agriculturists

136. The BIR sold 20,400 documentary stamps @ P0.30 per document. She remitted at
the end of the day P5,800. What is left with the seller?

a. P320 b. P3,200 c. P32 d. P3,150

137. In biogardening, the farmers are taught ______.


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a. How to identify poisonous plants

b. How to utilize organic fertilizers

c. How to use chemicals in their farms

d. How to protect plants from strong winds

138. Sounds differ though spelled alike. Which does not belong to the group?

a. The leader chided the followers

b. She sounded victorious

c. She wanted a chaperon

d. Baby screamed for help

139. After two pregnancies some of these mothers loose a pair of teeth or so. What
could be the cause?

a. Too much sweets in the diet

b. Poor brushing habits

c. Lack of iron and other minerals in the diet during pregnancy

d. Diet during pregnancy lacks sulphur

140. Three times a certain number less 25 equals twice the number less 15. What is the
number?

a. 20 b. 10 c. 12 d. 15

141. How do children celebrate the U.N. Day? By _______.

a. Dancing the ati-atihan


b. Parading in Kimono

c. Joining the Sta. Cruz parade

d. Flying flags of different countries

142. Sino sa mga sumusunod ang dapat iginagalang sa lahat sa pamilya?

a. Ang lolo at lola c. Ang kuya

b. Ang ina at ama d. Ang bunso

143. Health officials advised mothers about preservatives used in vegetables. Which
advice should be followed to ensure safe vegetables?

a. Wash the vegetables very well

b. Soak the vegetables in cold ice


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c. Wrap the vegetables in newspapers

d. Put vegetables in freezers

144. The Secretary of Education admits that text messages keep parents abreast of
their children’s whereabouts. He registered concern on the effects on ____________.

a. Spelling of words

b. Connect communication

c. Structural distortions

d. Vocabulary limitation

145. Milk is rationed to school children under a nutrition program of Senators. This
project is made to__________.

a. Supplement the food nutrients of grade one pupils

b. Arrest malnutrition among grade one pupils

c. Sell out milk from factories d. Get votes for election

146. Prose written in direct dicourse are often used in _______.

a. Transcribed court proceedings

b. Description of situations

c. Feature writing d. News interviews

147. Respect and reverence is in these lines. Choose one

a. Have faith in Divine Providence…

b. Love your country .. it’s the home of your people


c. I die just when I see the dawn break…

d. I have but one life to give….

148. “I prefer a government run like hell by Filipinos rather than one run by foreigners.
This according to Quezon means

a. Governance by Filipinos is excellent

b. Leadership of Filipinos are full of troubles

c. Filipinos given the chance can lead

d. Foreigners are strong leaders

149. Paano nalaman ang mga talaisipan at saloobin ng mga matanda ng panahon?

a. Pamamagitan ng mga kuwento ng mga lola


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b. Pamamagitan ng Kartilya

c. Pamamagitan ng sulat sa buho

d. Pamamagitan ng awit at verso

150. “I die just when the dawn breaks to herald the day” is a quotation from Rizal. This
gives the time of his death which is.

a. Sometime at sunset c. Sometime in midnight

b. Sometime at dawn d. Sometime at noon

151. A blind mother was allowed to work in a place where her fingers could be
productive. Why is this possible?

a. Disable person are given special attention

b. The disabled and handicapped are given equal protection of the law

c. Blind individuals are discouraged from begging

d. Blind individuals can still be productive

152. The hostages were set free. What are the implications?

a. It’s possible the hostage compromised with the captors

b. It’s possible the hostage was obedient

c. It’s possible they escape

d. It’s possible they paid ransom

153. Whose values are most evident in children before they go to school?

a. Peer value system


b. Teacher-classmate value system

c. Mother-father value system

d. The maid or yaya value

154. Obesity among children was traced to:

a. Voracious reading of books

b. Addiction to television shows

c. Proper watch of diet

d. Frequent visits to shopping malls

155. Ang gulay ay dinadala ng magsasaka papuntang bayan sa pamamagitan ng


kalabaw at ________.
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a. Tren b. Kangga c. Kareta d. Jeep

156. The parents of May and Jose are living in slums. Their children reached only grade
one and two. What right is violated in this situation?

a. Right to security in abide

b. Right to suffrage

c. Right to quality education at all levels

d. Right to economic survival

157. A trader sent promelos from Davao. His cargo was 360 kilos. He was entitled to 35
kilos only. How much will he pay for his overweight at P50 per kilo?

a. P16,250 b. P16,550 c. P15,850 d. P15,650

158. Which of the following is expressed when 7 ½% expressed as a fraction in the


lowest term?

a. 15/200 c. 15/2

b. 15/100 d. 3/40

159. When two missing digits in a given number are replaced, the number is divisible by
99. What is the number

a. 85021 b. 85031 c. 85041 d. 85051

160. No country will progress unless he is a part of a world organization and its
agreement. What is referred to?

a. UNESCO b. NATO c. WHO d. GATT

161. A water bed is 180cm wide, 210 cm long and 20 cm thick. What is its mass in
kilograms when it is full of water?

a. 7516 kg b. 756kg c. 7560 kg. d. 7.56kg

162. Tourists are not free from harassment. Very recently several tourists were ______in
Malaysia.

a. Kidnapped c. Held hostage

b. Molested and killed d. Transported to job

163. Sino ang may sabing “Ang hindi magmahal sa sariling wika higit pa ang amoy sa
malansang isda”?

a. Apolinario Mabini c. Gregorio Del Pilar

b. Marcelo H. Del Pilar d. Jose Rizal

164. The father was sentenced to death because he committed rape against his own
daughter. The crime then is classified:
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a. Murder b. Heinous c. Homicide d. Parricide

165. The cook mixed wine with other appetizers otherwise___the recipe.

a. Everyone will ask and question

b. Everyone will question

c. Everyone will be questioning

d. Everyone will be questioned

166. Before a piece of land is converted to a subdivision, which office gives the final
approval?

a. The Barangay Council c. The Municipal Council

b. Provincial Governor d. The Provincial Board

167. The best source of perfume had been identified by several scientists. One of the
most expensive sources is:

a. Shark skin c. Ilang-ilang flower

b. Shark fins d. Shark oil

168. A big majority of teachers were found to be suffering from pulmonary tuberculosis.
What approach can best address this problem?

a. Require sick teachers to cover their nose and mouth with sanitary mask

b. Subject all teachers to yearly x-ray examination

c. Follow-up cases and treatment and coordinate with the Department of Health

d. Ask the teachers to go on leave or resign


169. The rice granary of Mindanao had been affected by peace problems. What was the
negative effects on the crops?

a. Ricefields were abandoned

b. Ricefields were rat infested

c. Rice crops were well fertilized

d. Harvested crops were well fertilized

170. A pancake was cut into 8 pieces. Three brothers at one piece each. What part of
the cake was left?

a. ½ b. 5/8 c. 2/8 d. ¼

171. Which nation normally observes the supremacy of men? Even during meals the
wifes have to serve their husbands first before she takes her food. The country is
recorded as __________.
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a. England b. Japan c. Spain d. United States

172. A patient underwent a surgery. The anesthesia hardly had an immediate effect on
him. Where was the case traced? To his_______.

a. Physical weakness c. Heredity

b. Being an alcoholic d. Being allergic

173. Two times a certain number added to 40 gives the same result as three times the
same number subtracted from 75. What is the number?

a. 20 b. 15 c. 30 d. 10

174. Ang mga batang nakasuot ng kulay luntian ay napag-alamang mga_______.

a. Boy scout b. Pulis c. Girl scout d. Army

175. Food remnants, plants and other animal wastes should be separated in waste
disposal since;

a. These hardly decay

b. These invite flies

c. These are easy pray to rodents

d. These can be converted to organic fertilizer

176. Alice ate a cake in wonderland. She is remembered in these lines”… ate a little bit,
and said anxiously, to herself. “Which way?” “Which way?” Holding her hand on the top
of her head to feel which way it was growing; and she was quite surprised to find that
she remained the same size. Here Alice was __________

a. Imagination was fast of frustration


b. Expecting miracles

c. Not accepting her sizes as hope

d. Finding a way of transformation

177. A young girl left her baby at the household of a monastery. The child grew up
without knowing her mother and father. What right is deprived of the child?

a. Right to assert individuality

b. Right to freedom of choice

c. Right to life d. Right to quality education

178. Stages of values development make such changes. A baby cries everytime she is
hungry. What value is illustrated?

a. Survival trait c. Denial trait


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b. Self assertion d. Self defense

179. Ano ang_____ng anak no bago lumisan?

a. Pinangako c. Pangakuin

b. Pangako d.Pangangako

180. Which of these pests are carriers of diseases?

a. Butterflies c. Ants

b. Flies d. Doves

181. During the census, the family was asked on the languages used at home. The
response was:

a. We communicate only in Ilocano

b. We can communicate in Tagalog, Ilocano and English

c. We are fluent in English

d. I’m fluent in Spanish

182. Rural families do not believe in limiting the number of children since they argue:

a. A small family is not ideal for farmers who own animals and work on wide track of
land

b. A big family is always happy and economically advantageous

c. Having more children means more helping hands

d. God does the limiting of children not man

183. Ano ang pagkakasukat ng talang “Ang Daigdig at Ako” ni Alejandro G. Abadilla?
a. May sukat at tugma

b. May tugma at taludturan

c. Malayang taludturan

d. May sukat at taludturan

184. National surveys are conducted to ________.

a. Guide presidents whom to appoint in the cabinet

b. Assess the perception of people on cultural issues

c. Get the population of the country

d. Estimate the political gains of presidents


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185. There are forty professional boards under the Professional Regulation Commission
Registered member are asked to abide closely to:

a. The Code of Ethics of each Profession

b. The Ten Commandments

c. The Philippine Constitution

d. The Bill of Rights

186. A Philippine fruit that has attracted other Asian countries has gained prominence in
Thailand. In the processing of mango wheat, which product has gained refined and
quality output in Cebu?

a. Mango jelly c. Mango dried slices

b. Mango juice d. Mango tart

187. Tomatoes come in abundance at certain times of the year. How can the supply be
assured?

a. Encourage preservation of tomatoes

b. Plant during rainy season

c. Use substitute to tomatoes

d. Avoid using tomatoes

188. Sa digmaan, ano ang utos ng isang Kapitan?

a. “Sugod, kababayan!”

b. “Tingin sa kanan bago tumawid!”


c. “Attention!”

d. “Ayon sa batas; palaban at urong na kayo!”

189. Give product of 9 multiplied by .

a. 4 b. 3 ½ c. 5 ½ d. 6

190. The appointment of cabinet members was recalled because ___________.

a. The official had no clearance

b. The resistance was strong

c. The official was incompetent

d. The appointing officer was mislead

191. The carabao is the working animal of farmers. However, these herd were converted
for meat purposes. How did the government respond to the lack of carabaos?
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a. Put up a carabao project in CLSU

b. Converted farms into subdivision and housing areas

c. Imported buffalos from Australia

d. Distributed tractors and other machinery

192. Farmers are encouraged to have varied crops at different times. This is done to.

a. Allow porous soil in the farm

b. Preserve the fertility of the soil

c. Rotate crops for better yield

d. Raise variety of crops

193. Ang mabilis maglakad, kung matinik ay malalim.

a. Ang sakuna ay nangyayari sa pagmamadali

b. Dapat lumingon sa pinaggalingan

c. Mag-isip bago gumawa ng anuman d. Dahang-bigla

194. The urbanization of municipalities have added delays in the Agrarian Reform
efforts, because _____.

a. Limited land area resulted in converting public land to subdivisions

b. Agricultural lands were converted to residential areas

c. Coordination of DAR, DA, AND DILG is met

d. Agricultural lands were sold to industrial establishments


195. “To be or not to be, that is the question,” this is Hamlet’s frame of mind. What is
being portrayed then?

a. Pride b. Pity c. Indecision d. Decisiveness

196. During national census each household member is asked to give _____________.

a. His earnings for ten years

b. His nationality and religious

c. His reason for staying in there house

d. His data called for like-age, sex, language, etc.

197. A meat dealer sold his butchered cow for P21,500. If each kilo of beef cost P120
each how many kilos were realized from one cow?

a. 178 kg b. 179.16 kg c. 179.18 kg d. 180 kg


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198. A man is 4 times as old as his son. Five year ago, the sum of their age is 65. How
old is the sun?

a. 15 b. 17 c. 19 d. 21

199. Choose the number that is NOT divisible by 4?

a. 134 c. 548

b. 200 d. 320

200. There was a tourism promo. All students bought tickets for the hip. The promotion
was

a. Understood and accepted

b. Educational and affordable

c. Done systematically

d. Motivated well and costly

# The end of wisdom is to dream high enough not to lose the dream in the
seeking of it.

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1. A 2. A 3. C 4. D
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5. D 34. D 63. C 92. D

6. D 35. A 64. A 93. B

7. B 36. A 65. A 94. A

8. B 37. C 66. A 95. A

9. B 38. D 67. B 96. C

10. B 39. C 68. A 97. A

11. A 40. D 69. C 98. B

12. A 41. A 70. D 99. D

13. D 42. A 71. B 100. B

14. A 43. C 72. A 101. B

15. A 44. B 73. A 102. D

16. C 45. B 74. D 103. A

17. A 46. D 75. D 104. C

18. C 47. A 76. A 105. B

19. B 48. D 77. C 106. C

20. A 49. C 78. A 107. D

21. D 50. C 79. A 108. D

22. B 51. D 80. D 109. A

23. C 52. D 81. D 110. B


24. A 53. D 82. A 111. C

25. C 54. A 83. B 112. A

26. A 55. D 84. A 113. A

27. B 56. C 85. D 114. A

28. A 57. D 86. D 115. A

29. B 58. A 87. A 116. C

30. B 59. D 88. C 117. B

31. D 60. D 89. C 118. C

32. D 61. C 90. B 119. C

33. D 62. D 91. C 120. A


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121. D 141. D 161. B 181. C

122. D 142. B 162. D 182. C

123. A 143. A 163. D 183. C

124. A 144. A 164. B 184. B

125. A 145. B 165. B 185. A

126. A 146. A 166. C 186. C

127. D 147. A 167. C 187. A

128. C 148. C 168. C 188. A

129. A 149. A 169. A 189. D

130. D 150. B 170. B 190. B

131. A 151. B 171. B 191. A

132. D 152. D 172. B 192. C

133. A 153. C 173. D 193. C

134. D 154. B 174. C 194. D

135. A 155. C 175. D 195. C

136. A 156. C 176. B 196. D

137. C 157. A 177. A 197. B

138. C 158. D 178. A 198. A

139. C 159. C 179. A 199. A


140. B 160. D 180. B 200. B

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POST – TEST

1. Which of the following statements is correct about the domains of educational


technology?
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A. Design is the production stage while development is the planning stage.

B. Both the design and development are the planning stage,

C. Evaluation is synonymous with implementation.

D. Utilization is the action phase.

2. Ms. Cruz was hired in a well-equipped school but she has to start preparing her
instructional materials before classes begin. Which of the following is a systematic
process in preparing her materials?

A. design – utilization – evaluation - development

B. design – development – utilization – evaluation

C. development – design – utilization – evaluation

D. development – utilization – evaluation – design

3. Ms. Briones is planning to integrate technology in her Mathematics class. Which of


the following would be her second step?

A. set the objectives

B. analyze the learners

C. utilize the materials with showmanship

D. evaluate the performance of the students

4. Which of the following should Ms. Gomez primarily consider in determining her
teachinglearning objectives and use of instructional media?

A. the learner C. the instructional activity


B. the teacher D. the instructional strategy

5. Which is the best reason why teachers state the objectives before using
instructional media?

A. To be able to practice how to operate the equipment.

B. To determine which media to use best.

C. To prepare the materials beforehand.

D. To secure available materials.

6. Ms. Villegas is thinking of an educational technology that can relay information


clearly to her class. Which principle will guide her in the selection of the material?

A. interest C. cost effectiveness

B. meaningfulness D. communication effectiveness


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7. Mrs. Zinampan presented real samples of rocks when she discussed the different
forms of rocks. What principle in the selection of instructional material did she apply?

A. interest C. cost effective

B. B authenticity D. responsiveness

8. Which of the following is a limitation of conventional technologies in teaching and


learning?

A. They pose problems on storage..

B. They are less abstract and more concrete.

C. They are readily available in the environment, around school, and in the home.

D. They provide hands-on learning experiences and emphasize real-world

E. applications

9. which of the following is not a contribution of technology to the learning process? .

A. The quality of learning can be improved

B. The delivery of instructions can be more interesting

C. The role of the teacher can be changed into a demonstrator.

D. The method of teaching and learning becomes more interactive

10. In what way can instructional aids foster learning?

A. Reinforce learning

B. Entertain students

C. Take the place of the teacher


D. Holds students in the classroom

11. With the pervasiveness of technologies nowadays, a learner-centered instruction


can be promoted. Which of the following statements support this approach to teaching?

I. It focuses on transformation of facts.

II. It supports the use of lecture and drill methods.

III. It gives emphasis on collaboration and authentic assessment.

IV. Students work on tasks determined and controlled by the teacher.

A. I and II only C. II and IV only

B. I and III only D. III and IV only


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12. Prof. Villamin’s students use cooperative learning, inquiry based and project-based
learning approaches in creating their digital unit plans. What can be developed among
the learners through these approaches?

A. repetition and active learning

B. repetition & information delivery

C. information processing and active learning

D. construction of knowledge and information exchange

13. Which of these technologies are arranged from the most symbolic to multisensory?

A. real objects, print, audio-visual materials, and visual materials

B. visual materials, audio visual materials, print and computers

C. visual materials, print, audio-visual materials and realia

D. print, audio, visual materials, and computers

14. Which group of technologies has the highest degree of abstraction?

A. book, imaginative literature, programmed instruction

B. digital video, film, versatile compact disc

C. video, pictures and television

D. realia and computer

15. Mrs. Soriano, a Grade V teacher prefers to use textbooks than other instructional
materials. What could be her reason for using it?

A. Textbooks can be easily duplicated.


B. Textbooks quickly become updated.

C. Textbooks address the needs of diverse students.

D. Textbooks contain most of the materials they need to learn in the course.

16. It is impractical to bring real objects to the classroom so Ms. Simangan constructed
a threedimensional visual instead. Which of the following did she construct?

A. cartoon C. graphic

B. chart D. model

17. If a teacher wants to teach her pupils the skill to organize and integrate related
concepts, which of the following is the most appropriate graphic organizer to use?

A. timeline C. venn diagram

B. fishbone D. semantic webbing


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18. Which graphic organizer is used to show how a series of events interact to produce
a set of results again and again?

A. Series of events chart C. cycle

B. Web D. timeline

19. Which instructional aid requires pupils to verbalize?

A. graphic C. . model

B. diorama D. . video

20. Which of the following is inappropriate in using printed visuals such as charts,
graphs, and drawings?

A. Provide written or verbal cues to highlight important aspects of visuals.

B. Allow the students to pass the materials from one person to another.

C. Use materials that everyone can see.

D. Present the material one at time.

21. Under what category will a globe as an instructional material fall?

A. Realia C. solid model

B. mock up D. cutaway model

22. Prof. Agustin would like to provide hands-on experience on the expansion and
contraction of matter. Which of the following materials would be the best to use?

A. models C. realias

B. pictures D. slides
23. Ms. Sarah finds the chalkboard an effective instructional material up to present.
However, just like any other materials, it also has its limitations. Which one is it?

A. It allows spontaneity, speed and change.

B. Absent students cannot keep up with their assignments.

C. It is valuable for emphasizing the major points of the lesson.

D. It can be used for displaying pictures and important clippings.

24. With which learning style group are manipulatives MOST effective?

A. Master style group

B. Interpersonal style group

C. Understanding style group

D. Self- expressive style group


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25. Which does a pupil use when s/he sings a concept to a familiar tune in order to
help himself commit the concept to memory?

A. rap C. pop

B. jingle D. lullaby

26. Prof. Arcilla would like to use audiocassette tape in teaching a lesson in English. In
which activity is audiocassette tape very effective in the teaching-learning process?

A. in developing listening skills

B. in teaching creative writing

C. in composing poems

D. in building concepts

27. Romalyn is going to discuss about The ADDIE Model to a big class. She is planning
to use a technology by which parts of her presentation could be partly hidden to make it
more exciting and interesting. What do you think shall she use?

A. model C. transparency

B. realia D. video

28. Marife wants to make a presentation material wherein more additional transparent
sheets with information can be placed over a base transparency. Which one should she
make?

A. cut-out C. silhouette

B. puppet D. overlay

29. Which one is used with 2D and 3D materials?


A. Opaque projector C. digital projector

B. overhead projector D. slide projector

30. After watching the film, “Muro Ami’, the students of Mrs. Tamaray are expected to
show a demonstrative proof of what they have learned. How is the technology used in
thissituation?

A. entertainment C. instructional

B. informational D. entertainment and informational

31. Self made charts and illustrations serve as universal aid for bringing fascinating
and exciting experiences in the classroom. To tap the optimum potentials of these
materials, which of the following should be avoided?

A. Giving due consideration to lettering.

B. Presenting materials with accurate facts.


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C. Giving more importance to austerity over legibility.

D. Focusing on the main idea of the lesson presented.

32. Kamyl used overhead transparencies when she presented her assigned topic to
class. What type of educational technology are transparencies?

A. printed material C. projected material

B. graphic material D. non-projected material

33. Which instructional material/s is/are MOST fit in contextualized learning?

A. TV C. pictures

B. Slides D. field trip

34. Ms. Villanueva wants to teach the students the performance of a certain skill such
as dancing. Which technology would be the most appropriate and convenient to use?

A. film C. television

B. video D. printed material

35. Slides are miniature transparencies. They can be created with simple cameras and
simple equipment. They display color in a realistic manner. However, they also have
some limitations. Which one is it?

A. They can be easily updated and revised.

B. They can be adapted to group or to individual use.

C. They can get out of sequence if handled individually.

D. They can be combined with taped narration for greater effectiveness.


36. Mrs. Santos used a film clip in teaching science concepts to her Grade Six class.
However, she found out that it was inefficiently used in the classroom. When is a
technology considered inefficient?

A. When it makes viewing more interesting.

B. When it increases the time to master the lesson.

C. When it helps attain the objectives of the lesson.

D. When it enhances understanding of new lesson.

37. Prof. Manantan’s lesson in EPP is about “Pagtatanim ng halaman” to her students.
How can she make her lesson more interesting and meaningful?

A. Have a viewing activity about the lesson.

B. Have them read their EPP book.

C. Give them a collaborative work.


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D. Let them listen to a gardener.

38. Prof. Delos Santos would like her students to give more accurate observations
about plants in the environment. Which technique would help her attain her objective?

A. Bring them to the garden.

B. Bring actual plants to class.

C. Show colorful pictures to the class.

D. Let the class read books about the topic.

39. Which of the following should be avoided in presenting visuals?

A. Show visuals with an element of suspense.

B. Shut off the overhead projector when explaining lengthily.

C. Present all the materials simultaneously to hold the learners’ interest.

D. Erase any writing on the chalkboard or whiteboard when you no longer need it.

40. After listing down the advantages and disadvantages of computers, Mrs. Muñoz
decided to purchase a computer for her class. Which do you think is the last
consideration in purchasing the equipment?

A. Computers can make her more efficient.

B. Computers can be a form of entertainment.

C. Computers can enhance teaching and learning.

D. Computers can be used for interactive presentations.

41. Marnel prepares his school research works using computer to submit his
requirements on time. Does the computer make him productive and efficient? Why?

I. Yes, because it can generate its own data.

II. Yes, because it can make one’s work easier.

III. Yes, because it can perform tasks fast and accurately.

A. I and II C. II and III

B. I and III D. I, II and III

42. Prof. Aguinaldo would like to integrate technology in writing a friendly letter. How
can he do it effectively?

A. Let the pupils surf a friendly letter from the Internet.

B. Have the pupils write a friendly letter and send it through an email.

C. Have the pupils forward a downloaded friendly letter to others via email.
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D. Let the pupils write a friendly letter using word processing and have it critiqued by

E. their peers.

43. Which of the following is known for its strength of giving immediate feedback?

A. video C. digital encyclopedia

B. story book D. computer-assisted instruction

44. Which of the following computer-based instructional material can be used to learn
new concepts?

A. games C. simulation

B. tutorial D. drill and practice

45. 45. Prof. Natividad would like to create a presentation material for his lesson on the
types of computer-assisted Instruction. Which tool should he use?

A. communicative tool C. productivity tool

B. Informative tool D. situating tool

46. Prof. De Guzman uses an online learning approach by which content provides links
to information at other locations and serves as a focal point for a distance education
experience. Which of the following does he use?

A. computer-aided instruction

B. web-based instruction

C. self-paced program

D. teleconferencing
47. Mr. Villena searches for related literature by accessing several databases in the
library computer that is connected with other computers that have databases. How is
this termed?

A. CD ROM search C. mechanical search

B. computer search D. online search

48. Which pair of tools provide synchronous communication?

A. chatroom and email

B. email and bulletin board

C. video conferencing and blogs

D. instant messaging and chatroom

49. Should Mrs. Reyes allow her pupils to surf the Internet in creating a group
newsletter during her English class? Why?
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A. No, because pupils may just be exchanging messages via email.

B. No, because the pupils might open undesirable websites.

C. Yes, to allow the pupils to chat with their friends.

D. Yes, as long as it is used effectively.

50. Which of the following should you ask yourself in evaluating the content of an
instructional material?

A. Do the materials reinforce learning effectively?

B. Are the materials of high technical quality?

C. Does the content match the curriculum?

D. Is it appropriate for the students?

51. Which of the following statements does NOT describe educational technology?

i. It includes hardware and software.

ii. It refers to the efficiency of teachers in using computers

iii. It is the development, application, and evaluation of systems, techniques and aids to
improve human learning.

A. i only C. Both ii and iii

B. ii only D. Both i and iii

52. What should Mr. Asuncion determine first in the selection of media in teaching?

A. needs of the students C. technique to be used

B. availability of the media D. objectives of the lesson


53. Which is the most important reason why teachers preview materials to be used in
class?

A. To gain confidence in using them.

B. To encourage viewers to be more focused.

C. To avoid potential problems that might occur while materials are in use.

D. To ensure appropriateness of the materials with the objectives and target


audience.

54. After Ms. Raca planned her lesson in English, she found out that the materials at
hand do not match her objectives. Which is the best thing that she can do?

A. Modify the available materials.

B. Teach the lesson the following day.


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C. Change the objectives to match with the available materials.

D. Carry out the lesson as planned and use the materials at hand.

55. Prof. Balagtas used worksheets, manipulatives and models in teaching math to
help her students understand the lesson and love the subject. What did she bear in mind
when she used these materials?

A. appropriateness C. breadth

B. balance D. variety

56. Ms. Torres always makes sure that text, animation and color do not confuse
students in her presentation materials. Which principle is applied?

A. simplicity C. responsiveness

B. variety D. cost effectiveness

57. Mrs. Reyes, a librarian, informed the students as well as the teachers that several
software are available for classroom instruction and individual learning. Which material is
she referring to?

A. Computers C. Television set

B. CD-ROM D. VCD and DVD players

58. Susan’s mother tongue is a vernacular. Which of the following materials would be
the most efficient and effective material to learn a second language?

A. interactive multimedia

B. pictures and print materials

C. audio compact discs and radio


D. printed materials and real objects

59. Computer can be a good tool for individualized instruction. Which of the following
aspects can be a deterrent for its full utilization in the classrooms?

A. economic C. social

B. physical D. technical

60. With the increasing use of educational technology inside the classroom, what roles
are expected of the teacher?

A. facilitator C. knowledge giver

B. demonstrator D. source of information

61. Which of the following technologies are properly classified?

A. computers, compact discs, film, television


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B. imaginative literature, book, programmed instruction

C. versatile compact disc, printed material, diagram, sketches

D. digital video, phonograph, compact discs, radio, audio tape

62. Which of the following technologies are arranged from the most concrete to the
most abstract?

A. motion pictures, verbal symbols, visual symbols, radio, realias

B. realias, visual symbols, television, motion pictures, still pictures

C. realias, motion pictures, still pictures, visual symbols, verbal symbols

D. verbal symbols, still pictures, visual symbols, models, motion pictures

63. Which is the best way to present instructional materials?

A. concrete ->semi-concrete-> abstract->semi-abstract

B. semi-concrete-> concrete -> abstract-> semi-abstract

C. abstract->semi-abstract-> semi-concrete-> concrete

D. concrete ->semi-concrete-> semi-abstract -> abstract

64. Which of the following technologies provide iconic experiences?

A. videos and computer

B. books and periodicals

C. audio and audio materials

D. printed and verbal symbols


65. How can Prof. Ubiña best promote the use of multimedia in teaching Science to her
coteachers?

A. Sell multimedia at low cost.

B. Demonstrate its use to them.

C. Explain the literature supporting its use.

D. Convince the principal to require the use of technology.

66. There are countless things in the environment that you and your students can use
to learn from such as trees, globes, pebbles, blocks etc. These real objects and models
are really effective if they are utilized properly. Which of the following is incorrect about
the use of real objects and models?

A. Familiarize yourself with the object or model.

B. Allow passing of a single object around the class.


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C. Make sure that objects/models are large enough to be seen by the whole class.

D. Encourage students’ participation through questioning and having students

E. decide the next step.

67. Aaron constructed a three dimensional material to simulate the circulation of


blood. Which of the following did he construct?

A. A solid model C. mock-up model

B. cutaway model D. cross-sectional model

68. Which is a two-dimensional representation of the earth’s geographic and/or


political features?

A. globe C. mock-up

B. map D. model

69. You asked your students to illustrate what they have understood from what they
have read. Which of the following non-projected visuals are you referring to?

A. printed visuals C. models

B. graphics D. realias

70. Which software should Dr. Balagtas to manipulate numerical data in the computer?

A. Spreadsheet C. word processing

B. desktop publishing D. multimedia

71. Prof. Silva uses projected visuals such as OHP in presenting her lesson. What could
be her main reason in using such an educational technology?
A. The materials are readily available.

B. Most visuals can be obtained at no cost.

C. It is more abstract than any other visuals.

D. She can easily prepare her own transparencies in advance.

72. Ms. Pacheco showed a segment of matter in “sine skwela” to her pupils without a
follow-up activity. Thus, the pupils got low in the test. What does this imply?

A. TV makes viewing enjoyable.

B. TV promotes mastery of the lesson.

C. TV induces alienation on the part of the learners.

D. TV is effective when learners attain the lesson objectives.

73. Which activity is closest to the real thing?


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A. hear C. watch a demonstration

B. view images D. perform in a presentation

74. Your department would like to purchase a computer set as your project. Which of
the following advantages of computer will be your last consideration in purchasing it?

A. It can enhance the teaching and learning process.

B. It can be used for interactive presentation.

C. It can be used for research activity

D. It can be used for entertainment.

75. Prof. Orencia will have a digitized presentation to pre-service teachers. Which of
the following will make her presentation appealing and effective?

A. Observe maximum use of animations and graphics together.

B. Apply as many computer effects per slide as possible.

C. Reinforce textual information with graphic organizers.

D. Use as many color as possible.

76. Why are computers increasingly becoming pervasive in schools nowadays?

A. Schools advocate the use of computers.

B. They increase efficiency and productivity.

C. Anybody can operate computers without formal training.

D. Students have access to computers in school and at home.

77. There are several reasons why teachers are reluctant in using electronic media in
the teaching-learning process. Which is the most common reason?

A. The difficulty in integrating them in the curriculum.

B. The limited exposure of teachers to new equipment.

C. Their incompatibility to diverse needs of the learners.

D. The excessive availability of local technology in the community.

78. With the number of senses to be stimulated as criterion, which one should be first
in thelist?

A. multi sensory aid C. visual aid

B. audio-visual aid D. audio aid

79. Which of the following is considered in terms of technical quality of a material?

A. stereotyping C. color and size of text


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B. vocabulary level D. students’ achievement

80. Which statement is true about the opaque projector and overhead projector?

A. An opaque projector allows more flexibility than an overhead projector.

B. An overhead projector allows more flexibility than an opaque projector.

C. Opaque and overhead projectors can instantaneously project 3D visuals well.

D. The series of still visuals in an opaque projector are arranged in a fixed pattern but
not in an overhead projector.

81. A grade II teacher wanted to show the parts of a seed by using a large, wooden
seed visual aid with detachable cotyledons and tiny seed. Under what classification does
wooden structure fall?

A. assembly model C. realia

B. cutaway model D. solid model

82. Which term refers to a model which is constructed so as to emphasize a particular


part or function?

A. audio recording C. mock-up

B. simulation D, realia

83. Which is the best use of computers to students like you?

A. They are used for chatting and surfing the net.

B. They are used for research and collaboration.

C. They are used for playing online games.


D. They are used for watching movies.

84. Which statement makes technology ineffective in student learning?

A. It develops higher thinking skills.

B. It prepares students for the workforce.

C. It enhances students’ collaborative skills.

D. It decreases achievement in content learning.

85. You plan to use instructional materials to a big class-size. Which of these will you
not use?

A. pictures C. 27-inch television

B. projection device D. computer with LCD projector


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86. Computers can be classified according to the roles they play namely
communicative tool, informative tool, and constructive tool. What is the other role of
computes in the options below?

A. instructional tool C. utility tool

B. situating tool D, application tool

87. Which of the following categories of CAI will you use in your class if your objective
is to increase proficiency in a newly learned skill or refresh an existing one?

A. tutorial C. simulation

B. drill and practice . D. Instructional game

88. Which of the following is an ineffective use of presentation software?

A. Darken the room

B. Use appropriate pacing

C. Read directly from the slides.

D. Allow interaction with the learner.

89. Which of the following is NOT an example of communicative tool?

A. multimedia encyclopedia

B. teleconferencing

C. electronic mail

D. chat

90. Which is a characteristic of the teaching machines of B. F. Skinner?


A. It does not need any feedback.

B. It requires teacher’s assistance.

C. It is meant for a collaborative work.

D. It allows a student to learn at his/her own pace.

91. Why is one-way delivery of information a misuse of communication tools?

A. because the teacher expects the student to study more

B. because it requires activities that focus on thinking than responding

C. because it enables the users to focus more on higher level cognitive activities

D. because this kind of practice lessens interaction capabilities of communication


tools
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92. Internet consists of thousands of connected computer networks around the world.
Which term does NOT refer to Internet?

A. A. NET C. “Cyberspace”

B. B. Online D. “Information Superhighway”

93. Your class adviser is planning to have an asynchronous communication with your
classmates. Which technology tools can she use?

A. chat and blog

B. chat and instant messaging

C. blog and video conferencing

D. electronic bulletin board and email

94. In your computer subject, you allow your class to chat as a part of your motivation
before discussing them the roles of computer. How is chat used in this context?

A. Communicative tool C. Application tool

B. Informative tool D. Situating tool

95. Your mother wanted to finish her long dreamed course but she wanted to do it at
home during her free time. How could you help your mother in pursuing her dream?

A. Encourage her to hire a helper so that she can attend regularly to her class.

B. Give up your study so that your mother can attend her classes.

C. Enroll her to the school where you enrolled.

D. Enroll her in distance education


96. The following statements are true about computer conferencing. Which is an
exception?

A. It refers to live student interaction with an expert.

B. It is also known as discussion forum or bulletin board.

C. It also refers to online class discussions, forums or debates

D. It permits two or more individuals to engage in asynchronous text-based dialogue.

97. Which instructional tool application will you introduce to your class if your objective
is to help them find and use information resources available in the internet?

A. Webquests C. Scavenger Hunt

B. Hybrid course D. Distance education

98. Maryjane is looking for an organized instructional program in which the teacher
and learners can be physically separated. Which of the following will she choose?
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A. Distance Education

B. Uniform Resource Locator

C. Web Quests

D. Computer-Based Instruction

99. Prof. Ruscoe would like to show Rizal’s museum to the students but due to financial
constraint, she couldn’t bring them there. What should she do to make the
teachinglearning process more realistic?

A. Conduct a virtual tour.

B. Use DVD with less resolution.

C. Show pictures of the museum to the whole class.

D. Go to the museum and relate all observations made.

100. Which of the following should you avoid if you were asked to evaluate the
effectiveness of an instructional game after using it in teaching a lesson in high school
science?

A. Present problems which are relevant to learning objectives.

B. Allow learners to select different content materials.

C. Provide a cooperative learning atmosphere.

D. Provide a scoring system.

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26 A 76 B

1. D 51. B 27 C 77 B

2. B 52 A 28 D 78 A

3 A 53 D 29 A 79 C

4 A 54 A 30 C 80 A

5 B 55 D 31 C 81 A

6 D 56 A 32 C 82 C

7 B 57 B 33 D 83 B

8 A 58 A 34 B 84 D

9 C 59 A 35 C 85 A

10 A 60 A 36 B 86 B

11 B 61 B 37 C 87 B

12 D 62 C 38 A 88 C

13 D 63 D 39 C 89 A

14 A 64 A 40 B 90 D

15 D 65 B 41 C 91 D

16 D 66 B 42 D 92 B

17 D 67 C 43 D 93 D

18 C 68 B 44 B 94 A
19 A 69 B 45 C 95 D

20 B 70 A 46 B 96 A

21 C 71 D 47 D 97 C

22 C 72 D 48 D 98 A

23 B 73 D 49 D 99 A

24 C 74 D 50 B 100 B

25 B 75 C

ENGLISH
POST – TEST
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Choose the correct meaning of the underline word

I. Vocabulary:

1. The teacher-adviser monitors the class activities of his pupils.

a. Demands c. Identifies

b. Observes d. regulates

2. There is a need to renovate the old school building to avoid future accidents.

a. repair c. restore

b. repaint d. redecorate

3. The athlete was in a sanguine mood after the ball game

a. Frustrating c. sad

b. happy d. discouraging

4. There is a need for an amicable settlement between the parent and the teacher

a. embarrassing c. peaceful

b. humble d. continuing

5. There is an altercation going on between the teacher and principal in the office.

a. dispute c. settlement

b. competition d. jealousy

6. The English teacher is proficient in her teaching.

a. effective c. engrossed

b. expert d. perfect

7. Stipulate in your constitution and by-laws the qualified of the officers.

a. specify c. fasten

b. attach d. underline

8. Integrate values in all your subject areas

a. remove c. decrease

b. include into d. criticize


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9. His preposterous reason made him the talk of the campus.

a. magnificent c. funny

b. ridiculous d. positive

10. The singer was fidgety as the judges were deciding on the winner.

a. appealing c. restlessly

b. with love d. none of these

11. He was deprive of a mother’s love

a. satisfied c. chosen

b. debarred d. given

12. The flagrant pupils came shouting with stones in their hands.

a. industrious c. notorious

b. group of pupils d. intelligent

13. There was a question of fraud among the notorious pupils who took the special
examination.

a. cheating c. unfairness

b. injustice d. favoritism

14. Her answer was explicable in public

a. undetermined c. unacceptable

b. can be explained d. unreasonable


15. She looked haggard when she came in

a. fresh c. gaunt

b. at ease d. inspired

II. Subject-Verb Agreement

16. Everybody in the gymnasium _____ frustrated when the candidate did not appear in
public.

a. was b. were

17. A bag of candies and a bottle of coke ____ on the table.

a. Is b. are

18. That _____ seem correct.


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a. don’t b. doesn’t

19. Either the boys or girls _____ here.

a. is b. are

20. The number of teacher in the school ____ from year to year.

a. vary b. varies

21. One-third of the classroom_____ under water.

a. was b. were

22. She is one of those honor pupils who always _____ into confusion.

a. get b. gets

23. Each of the members of the club _____ a duty to perform.

a. Have b. Has

24. Mrs. Tecson’s creativeness and concern _____ well appreciated.

a. is b. are

25. There ____ many pupils here.

a. Is b. are

26. Many years of his life _____ spent in province

a. Was b. were

27. No one ____ at home.

a. is b. are
28. My leg and my arm _____ aching.

a. Is b. are

29. She _____ to read novels.

a. like b. likes

30. There _____ eight men in the game.

a. is b. are

III. Identify the figure of speech in the following statement.

31. Michael shouts like mike does.

a. hyperbole c. metaphor

b. simile d. litotes
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32. Dona was tired to death after a long day of cooking.

a. simile c. metaphor

b. hyperbole d. personification

33. She has a Venus beauty

a. simile c. metaphor

b. hyperbole d. litotes

34. As the rain falls, the leaves dance merrily while the cool breeze touches my lips
gently.

a. Hyperbole c. metaphor

b. litotes d. personification

35. Mt. Apo is a small volcano compared to Mt. matutum.

a. Litotes c. Metaphor

b. Hyperbole d. Simile

36. Chris was a limb in the group during the disco party.

a. simile c. hyperbole

b. metaphor d. litotes

37. Her lips are as cold as ice

a. simile c. personification

b. metaphor d. synecdoche
38. James was crushed by the death of Kris.

a. simile c. hyperbole

b. personification d. metaphor

39. Her skin is as white as onion

a. simile c. hyperbole

b. metaphor d. litotes

40. She has the King Solomon ideas.

a. Simile c. metaphor

b. Hyperbole d. personification

IV. Vocabulary
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41. That coke is delicious

a. looks good c. looks colorful

b. tastes good d. smells good

42. I won’t come anymore

a. come soon c. already came

b. never come d. any of these

43. The story is uninteresting

a. very interesting

b. interesting in some part

c. not interesting

d. some how interesting

44. She was attracted by the hedge

a. stone c. fence

b. low bushes d. none of these

45. The memo is compulsory.

a. must be done c. must be kept

b. a request d. optional

46. She has to economize.

a. earn more money c. put business


b. spend less d. spend more

47. The pond is shallow

a. has clear water c. is full of mass

b. is not deep

48. The oil trickles down the machine

a. flows rapidly

b. flows little by little

c. flows in large quantities

49. That pond is full of fry.

a. small fish c. mosquito


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b. frogs d. wraps

50. I sneaked out.

a. went out noisily c. went out easily

b. went out without attracting

51. He hasn’t come yet

a. he’ll come later c. he won’t come

b. we won’t wait for him d. he will never come

52. You will sprinkle the flower once a day

a. change c. cut

b. water d. throw

53. These fish are fresh

a. cooked c. cheap

b. newly caught d. rotten

54. The light is dim

a. off c. colored

b. not bright d. very bright

55. The ants are motile

a. small c. numerous

b. movable d. big

V. Answer the following correctly.

56. How do you address a Christmas card where the husband is a Doctor of Philosophy
and the wife is an attorney? Which is the right form?

a. Dr. and Atty. Ben Marquez

b. Dr. Ben Reyes and Atty. Rose Reyes

c. Dr. Reyes and Atty. Reyes

d. Dr. and Mrs. Ben Reyes

57. Writing to your superior, what complimentary wending should be used?

a. truly yours, c. Yours truly,


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b. very truly yours, d. Truly very your’s

58. Choose the proper use of everyday.

a. You find this headline everyday.

b. You find this headline everyday in the newspapers.

c. You don’t find the issue clear everyday.

d. I read the issue everyday

59. Which declaration shows determination?

a. What an embarrassing situation!

b. I have good words for you.

c. This time, I won’t stop teaching.

d. I will still think about it.

60. When you are writing to someone you hardly know, the salutation should be

a. My dear Mrs. Ponce

b. Dear Mrs. Ponce

c. To ever dearest Mrs. Ponce

d. My ever dearest Mrs. Ponce

61. “Early to bed, early to rise, keeps a man healthy, wealthy, and wise” means

a. sleep early and wake up early so you will become wealthy

b. Develop healthy habits of going to bed early and getting


c. Sleeping is the root of making wealth

d. Sleeping will give you a healthy mind.

62. “Tell me who your friends are and I’ll tell you who you are” means

a. You are the judges as to who your peers are.

b. Your friends are your everyday companions.

c. You choose your friends.

d. Tell me who you to be with.

63. Which of this word are synonymous with settlement?

a. Autonomy c. Accord

b. Breakthrough d. Policy
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64. What does it mean by saying “Not all close eyes are asleep”.

a. Not all eyes are blind.

b. The eyes seem to be closed, yet she knows what’s going on.

c. When we sleep sometimes we open our eyes.

d. Sleeping is not always closing our eyes.

65. What is meant by live within your means?

a. Grow as your live

b. Liking is the means of growing.

c. Spend according to your income.

d. Growing is the means to live.

66. “ I am the master of my fate, I am the captain of my soul” was written by

a. Henley c. Elliot

b. Dickens d. Shelley

67. “ A thing of beauty is a joy forever” expressed the philosophy of

a. Spencer c. Elliot

b. Keats d. Tennyson

68. America’s greatest humorist

a. Benjamin Franklin c. Washington Irving

b. Mark twain d. Samuel Clemens


69. A long narrative poem dealing with persons of heroic proportion and actions of
great significance

a. Ballad c. Sonnet

b. Epic d. Elegy

70. Considered the father of the modern American short story

a. Shakespeare c. Edgar Allan Poe

b. Bacon d. Robert frost

71. It is a Japanese poem with 17 syllables.

a. Niponggo c. Canto

b. Haiku d. Tanaga
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72. A collection of literary pieces

a. Prose c. Anthology

b. Biography d. Diary

73. Verse with 14 iambic pentameter lines

a. Epic c. Verse

b. Sonnet d. Prose

74. Longest epic ever written

a. Invictus c. Mahabharata

b. Lam-ang d. Lament

75. Stories that reflect people’s beliefs and are handed from generation to generation

a. Prose c. Poetry

b. Folktales d. Ballad

76. These are not tales making use of animals as characters

a. Myths c. Fables

b. Legends d. Fiction

77. Known for his pen name “Dolores Manapat”

a. Antonio Luna c. Gracianio Lopez Jaena

b. Marcelo H. del Pilar d. Andres Bonifacio

78. Filipino essayist an Patriots who edited and published “La Solidaridad”
a. Apolinario Mabini c. Jose Rizal

b. Andres Bonifacio d. Marcelo H. del Pilar

79. His words were the source of inspiration for the poem “ Like the Molave”

a. Mabini c. Quezon

b. Carlos Romulo d. Rizal

80. A poem lamenting the dead

a. Sonnet c. Elegy

b. Ode d. Satire

81. Represent of a thing or ideas of a person

a. hyperbole c. Heroic Couplet


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b. Allusion d. Personification

82. A speech by a person who reveals his thoughts

a. Sonnet c. soliloquy

b. Metaphor d. simile

83. Figure of speech where two different things are compared thru the use of “as” and
“like”

a. simile c. facsimile

b. allegory d. epic

84. Author of “ how My Brother Leon Brought Home a Wife”

a. Manuel Arguilla c. Paz Benitez

b. Fernando maramag d. None of these

85. These stories, which reflect the people’s belief, are handed down from one
generation to another by word of mouth.

a. novels c. prose

b. folktales d. poetry

86. A type of literature which narrates heroic deeds and supernatural happenings with
local color and which people sing or chant

a. epic c. verse

b. poetry d. riddles

87. He wrote the famous letter “ To the Women of Malolos”


a. Gregorio del Pilar c. Jose Rizal

b. Andres Bonifacio d. Emilio Jacinto

88. A kind of literary piece which moralizes and was written in letter from between two
sisters dwelling in the city ad the other in the province.

a. urbana at Felisa c. Manang Biday

b. Pasyon, religious play d. None of these

89. How is the author of “The legend of sleepy Hollow” which revolves around a
headlines horseman’s tale

a. George Washington c. Washington Irving

b. Robert Surtess d. Shakespeare


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90. Considered as one of the world’s greatest short stories and it is Edgar Allan
Poe’s story of terror about a hypochondriac living in morbid fear.

a. Annabel Lee c. Macbeth

b. The fall of the house of Usher d. The Raven

91. He is Edmond Rostand’s famous character who is a poet and a soldier noted for his
peculiar nose.

a. Roxanne c. Ichabod

b. Don Quixote d. Cyrano de Bergerac

92. “If eyes are made for seeing, then beauty is its own excuse for being “- is taken
from the poem’

a. The bells c. Don juan

b. Sonnet d. Rhodora

93. A great epic poem whose plot centers around the anger and wrath of Achilles
against Agamemnon, a geek leader

a. Bernardo Carpio c. The Odyssey

b. The Iliad of Homer d. Myth

94. “I am the master of my fate, I am the captain of my soul”,, is taken room the poem

a. O Captain, my captain

b. Invictus

c. The arrow and the Song


d. None of these

95. He was the American President who said: “Ask not what America will do for you,
but what together we can do for the freedom of man.”

a. Gerald Ford c. Harry Truman

b. F. Roosevelt d. Abe Lincoln

96. The speech of Abe Lincoln which end, thus; “That the government of the people,
by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the earth.” – is in his famous

a. farewell Address at Sprinfield

b. Inaugural Address

c. Address at Gettysburg

d. None of these
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97. The figure of speech, which uses exaggerated statement for aesthetic reason.

a. Alliteration c. Hyperbole

b. Onomatopoeia d. Metaphor

98. His famous work is Mona Lisa

a. Jose Rizal c. Juan Luna

b. Leonardo da Vinci d. Pavarotti

99. The famous painting Juan Luna made

a. Spolarium c. Rice Paddies

b. Bahag-hari d. Sunset

100. The stature of David was created by

a. Sigfried Vandike c. Michelangelo

b. Vincent Gogh d. Andre Warbol

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English

1 b 51 A

2 a 52 B

3 b 53 B
4 c 54 B

5 a 55 B

6 b 56 D

7 a 57 B

8 b 58 C

9 b 59 C

10 c 60 B

11 b 61 B

12 c 62 A

13 a 63 C
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14 b 64 B 33 c 83 A

15 c 65 C 34 d 84 B

16 a 66 A 35 a 85 B

17 b 67 B 36 b 86 A

18 b 68 B 37 b 87 C

19 b 69 B 38 c 88 A

20 b 70 C 39 a 89 C

21 a 71 B 40 c 90 B

22 b 72 C 41 b 91 D

23 b 73 B 42 b 92 D

24 a 74 C 43 c 93 B

25 b 75 B 44 b 94 B

26 b 76 C 45 a 95 D

27 a 77 B 46 b 96 C

28 b 78 D 47 b 97 C

29 b 79 C 48 b 98 B

30 b 80 C 49 a 99 A

31 b 81 D 50 b 100 C

32 b 82 C

MATHEMATICS
Post-Test SEPT. 2008

1. Which of the following mathematical statement is true?

 a. ( 1 ¾ + 1 2/7) divided by 3/8=<3

 b. (1 ¾ + 1 2/7) divided 1/8 =3

 c. ( 1 ¾ + 1 2/7) divided by ¾=3

 d. 1 ¾ + 1 2/7) divided by 1 1/6=<3


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2. Which numeration system is based on powers of 10?

 a. Egyptian c. Chinese

 b. Roman d. Hindu Arabic

3. If the area of a triangle is 1 and is width is 3/4 t is the length?

 a. ¼ b. 2 2/3 c. 4/3 d. ¾

4. What is the width of a rectangle lot that has a perimeter of 410 ft. and a length of
140 feet?

 a. 65 ft b. 64ft c. 63 ft d. 66 ft

5. Which statement is true?

 a. Values to the right of the decimal point are greater than or equal to one

 b. Decimals are greater than whole numbers

 c. To write a number in expanded form, divide the digit with its place value

 d. The value of every digit in a number depends on its place

6. Al and Mel both work at night. Al has every 6th night off and Mel has very 8th night
off. If both are off tonight, how many nights will it take to be both off again?

 a. 22 b. 24 c. 25 d. 26

7. Which is the numeral for eight-six trillion, forty five million, seven hundred two?

 a. 86 045 000 072 000

 b. 86 000 045 000 702

 c. 86 405 702 000 000


 d. 86 405 702 000 000

8. The following statements were made during a TV commercial: “Smart shoppers


buy Col-gate, 9 out 10 mothers prefers Colgate.” What does the statistics 9 out of 10
encourage the viewer to assume/

 a. 1 out of 10 mothers do not buy Colgate

 b. All mothers are smart

 c. almost all mothers prefer colgate

 d. 9 out 10 shoppers are mother

9. Which of the following illustrates the identity property of addition?

 a. 85.4 + 0=0+85.4

 b. 97.35 + (6.9- 6.9)= 97.35


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 c. (82+82) –35= 129

 d. (320+55)+45=320+(55+45)

10. A family’s monthly income is P 25,000.00. The family spends 30% for food, 20% for
rent , 105 for clothing and 16% for miscellaneous. How much is saved in percentage?

 a. P 6,000 or 24% c. P7,000 or 24%

 b. P 6,500 or 24% d. P 7,500 or 24%

11. A man walks 5 miles in 1.5 hours and then runs another miles in 15 minutes. What
is the average speed for the entire trip?

 a. 3.33 miles per hour

 b. 3.43 miles per hour

 c. 4.0 miles per hour

 d. 2.86 miles per hour

12. Which property is illustrated by a x(b+c)=(a x b) + (a x c)?

 a. Identify property of addition

 b. Associative property of addition

 c. Commutative property of addition

 d. Distributive property of multiplication over addition

13. The number 36 has how many factors?

 a. 9 b. 12 c. 8 d. 10

14. Which property states that when two whole numbers are added the result is a
unique whole number?

 a. Inverse property of addition and subtraction

 b. Identify property

 c. Associative property

 d. Closure property

15. How many decimal places will the product of 8.016 and 9.24 have?

 a. 74 b. 17 c. 5 d. 3

16. Find the arithmetic mean of (24,28,21,37,31,29,23,22,34, 31)

 a. 70 b. 140 c. 28 d. 35

17. The mean assignment mark for a class of 12 students was 8.5 and another class of
16 students was 6.75. Calculate the combined mean for the two classes.
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 a. 15.25 b. 7.62 c. 13.13 d. 17.50

18. Which of the following gives an answer of 1?

 n=3 c. 4 = n

9 5 12 4

 6 =n d. 3 2=4

7 42 2 n

19. 7/12, 12/12, and 9/12 are called ______fractions

 a. proper c. similar

 b. improper d. dissimilar

20. Which set of fractions is arranged is descending order?

 a. 3/9 4/9 5/9 c. 1/12 1/18 1/15

 b. 5/6 5/7 5/8 d. 5/10 6/12 4/8

21. The longest line segment which can be drawn in a circle

 a. arc c. diameter

 b. chord d. radius

22. A real estate broker charges 1 1/2 % on the first P 120,000.00 of the selling price of
a house, and 1% thereafter. Calculate his charges on a house and lot selling at
P420,000.00

 a. P 6, 800 c. P 4, 800

 b. P 4,200 d. P 3,000


23. Last month, mother paid p 907.60 for the Meralco PPA. This month she paid P 1,
108.20. What percent is the increase in payment of PPA?

 a. 22%  b. 15% c. 18%  d. 33%

24. What salary should an employee receive so that he would take home P 15,000.00,
after deducting 22% for taxes?

 a. P25,480.50 c. P19,230.77

 b. P20,328.45 d. P26,700.00

25. Mr. Luna bought a computer unit at 12% discount. The original price was P25,500.
Find the sale price of the computer

 a. P12,440 c. P3,060

 b. P22,440 d. P18,440


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26. Which number is divisible by 9?

 a. 3604 b. 4845 c. 4644 d. 884

27. A rectangular lot is 28 m long and 18.54 m wide. Find its area rounded to the
nearest unit

 a. 2, 166 m2 c. 519 m2

 b. 1,038 m2 d. 93m2

28. What is the ration in simplest form: 5m to 25 cm

 a. 1:5 b. 50:25 c. 20:1  d. 1:25

29. Find the product of (-5)4?

 a. 125 b. –625 c. 625 d. -125

30. What is the least common multiple of this set of numbers; 8,9,36

 a. 108 b. 36 c. 98 d. 72

31. A cement mixer calls for 60 kilos of cement for 3 boxes of sand and 1 gallon of
water. What is the ratio of cement to sand/

 a. 10:3 b. 15:1 c. 20:1 d. 30:3

32. A ribbon 72 meters long is cut into two pieces. If the ratio of the lengths of the
pieces is 4:5, how long is the shorter piece?

 a. 30 b. 32 c. 40 d. 42

33. A quadrilateral with 2 parallelel sides

 a. trapezoid c. cylinder


 b. trapezium d. parallelogram

34. Angles which have the same position on the same side of the transversal

 a. corresponding angles

 b. exterior angles

 c. vertical angles

 d. supplementary angles

35. A group of 100 students was made up of 60 girls. Exactly 75 students were
majoring in Math and 25 were majoring in History. What fractional part were not majoring
History?

 a. ¾  b. 3/5 c. 4/10 d. 6/10

36. Divide 313.65 by 2.05. What is the quotient/


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 a. 153 b. 1.53 c. 15.3 d. 153

37. In the series of fractions, 15/12, ¾ and 8/7, what is ¾ called?

 a. integer c. proper fraction

 b. improper fraction d. mixed number

38. A man is 4 times as old as his son. Five years ago the sum of their age is 65. How
old is the son now?

 a. 15 b. 17 c. 19 d. 21

39. Mr. Melano bought a farm lot for P16,000.00 and sold it for P 20,000.00. If the
overhead was P800, what was his gross profit?

 a. P 2,200.00 c. P 3,000.00

 b. P 4,000.00 d. P 3,200.00

40. Find the least number divisible by each number less than or equal to 12

 a. 27,720 c. 27,703

 b. 27,730 d. 27,702

41. Find the value of 00

 a. 0 b. 1 c. ½ d. 00

42. What is the LCM: 4 + 5 + 1

12 6 2

 a. 2 b. 12  c. 24 d. 18

43. Which of the following is a regular polygon with five sides?


 a. octagon c. decagon

 b. pentagon d. hexagon

44. An angle greater than 900 but less than 1800

 a. acute angle c. obtuse angle

 b. right angle d. reflex angle

45. A cylindrical klin of circular cross section is to have a diameter of 15ft and a
volume of 3500 ft3. Find its length

 a. 9.83 ft c. 19.81 ft

 c. 9.77 ft d. 20.23 ft

46. In how many ways can a party choose one or more representatives from six
eligible candidates?
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 a. 54 b. 63 c. 720 d. 6

47. A measure of each of two supplementary congruent angles

 a. 450 b. 900  c. 1800 d. 3600

48. A triangle whose sides are 3 different lengths

 a. Isosceles c. equilateral

 b. scalene d. right

49. Convert 95.3 miles to kilometers

 59.3 km c. 153 km

 953 km d. 95300 km

50. How many dozens of table placemats can Rose buy with P 220.50 if each costs P
12.25?

 a. ½ dozens c. 1.5 dozens

 b. 18 dozens d. 2 dozens

51. What number comes right after 39,698?

 a. 40 c. 39699

 b. 40700 d. 39610

52. What is the greatest common factor of 12, 18, 24?

 a. 7 b. 6 c. 4  d. 2

53. What is the least common multiple of 3, 5 and 6?


 a. 60 b. 39 c. 30 d. 18

54. The sum of any three consecutive odd integers is always divisible by

 a. 2 b. 3 c. 6 d. None of these

55. Francis Wendell was x years old 5 years ago. How old will he be y years now?

 a. x – 5 + y c. 5y

 b. x + y + y d. y – x – y

56. If Harvey Alfonso is y years old now his age five years from now will be:

 a. y + 5 c. 5y

 b. y – 5 d. y/5

57. In 4x which of the following is the exponent?


105

 a. 4 b. x c. 4x d. none of these

58. One side of the square is x meters long, its perimeter is equal to.

 a. X b. x2 c. 4x d. 4 + y

59. Find the value of the algebraic expression (ax) if a = 2; x = 4

 a. 20 b. 18 c. 46 d. 8

60. The sum of - 5x and 10y is.

 a. –15yx c. –5x+10y

 b. 5yx d. –5yx

Analyzing Test Items

61. How many 1/8’s are there in 2 5/8?

 a. 21 b. 22 c. 23 d. 24

62. A blue neon light blinks every 4 seconds. A red one blinks every 5 second while a
green one blinks every 6 seconds. How many times will they blink together in one hour?

 a. Once c. 20 times

 b. 10 times d. 60 times

63. Which of the following is divisible by 3 but not by 9?

 a. 11,070 c. 45,072

 b. 20,103 d. 19,386


64. The distance between two towns on a given map is 2 ¾ cm. If ½ cm represents
6km, what is the distance between the two towns?

 a. 18 km c. 36 km

 b. 33 km d. 42 km

65. Margo paid P400 for a blouse. If the blouse was sold at 20% discount, what was its
original price?

 a. P 80 c. P 500

 b. P 480 d. P 540

66. The area of the rectangle is 117 cm2. Find its perimeter if its length is 13 cm

 a. 9 cm c. 44 cm

 b. 30 cm d. 54 cm
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67. What is the sum of the first five prime numbers?

 a. 11 b. 18 c. 26 d. 28

68. 14.3 is equal to

 a. 0.143 x 100 c. 143.100

 b. 14.3 x 100 d. 0.143 x 1000

69. Which of the following has the greatest value?

 a. 0.351 c. 3/10

 b. 35/100 d. 3/9

70. Which of the following numbers is greater than -3/2?

 a. – 4/3 b. – 3 c. – 7/4 d. - 2

71. Louie is working on a hill 78 meters above the sea level, while directly underneath.
Lawrence is working in a tunnel 38 meters below the sea level. What is the distance
between Louie and Lawrence?

 a. 116 m c. – 42 m

 b. 42 m d. – 116 m

72. How much would 215 boxes of paper clips cost if each box cost P 6.75?

 a. P 1,250.75 c. P 1, 451.25

 b. P 1,355.25 d. P 1, 455.75

73. What is the least common multiple of 9 8 and 18?

 a. 36 b. 54 c. 72 d. 144


74. A group of young people from four countries gathered together for an international
workshop 60 from manila, 48 from Jakarta, 54 from Kuala Lumpur and 42 from Bangkok.
The participants will form discussion groups with equal number of members from each
country in each group. What is the greatest number of discussion groups that can be
formed?

 a. 6 b. 12 c. 18 d. 24

75. What are two digits which when inserted in the blank spaces will make 934 _ _
divisible by 8?

 a. 3 and 4 c. 5 and 0

 b. 3 and 0 d. 0 and 0

76. It takes 20 men to build a house for 60 days. How many men will be needed to
build it in 15 days?
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 a. 5 b. 80 c. 100 d. 120

77. Which of these is a correct proportion?

 a. 3:5 = 5:10 c. 1 ½: 2 = 5:7

 b. 7:10 = 15:18 d. 4:9 = 2:4 ½

78. Express 24% in fraction form

 a. ¼ c. 12/51

 b. 5/8 d. 6/25

79. How much larger than 20% of 950 is 40% of 600?

 a. 50 b. 54 c. 60 d. 68

80. Which of the following is true?

 a. 12% < 0.8 c. 40% > 0.4

 b. 30% = 0.03 d. 25% = 0.5

Perform the indicated operation: Fraction / Decimals

81. ¼ + 1/3 + 2/3 = 88. 0.484 x 4 =

82. 8 ¼ - 4 2/4 = 89. 3.9 + 1000 =

83. 7x6½x¼= 90. 248.98 + 0.009 =

84. 9.4 x 0.3875 = Whole Numbers

91. 3651 + 7 + 92 + 458 =

85. 8.426 x 100 =

92. 35.162 – 6.704 =

86. 0.756 x 0.06 =

93. 74 – 6 ½ =

87. 85.95 x 10 =

94. 7 (5) – 2 (6+3) + 8 =


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Number Series:

95. 7 14 21 ___ 36

 a. 25 b. 28 c. 20 d. 27

96. 13 3.6 15 7.5 17 ___

 a. 8.5 b. 5.8 c. 4.5 d. 3.8

97. 123 234 345 ____

 a. 245 b. 124 c. 456 d. 324

98. 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.7 is ____

 a. 2.2 b. 2.0 c. 2.9 d. 2.8

99. 60 is 120 as 80 is ____

 a. 160 b. 150 c. 155 d. 165

100. The place value of 2 in 360,892,751 is

 a. 10 millions c. 1 thousands

 b. 100 thousands d. 100 millions

# “Dear Lord, let me reflect Your gentle loving Spirit in my voice and actions
today.”

MATH

1. d 10. a 19. c 28. c

2. d 11. b 20. b 29. c

3. b 12. d 21. c 30. d

4. a 13. a 22. c 31. c

5. d 14. d 23. a 32. b

6. b 15. c 24. c 33. d

7. b 16. c 25. b 34. a

8. c 17. b 26. c 35. a

9. b 18. d 27. c 36. d


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37. c 53. c 69. a 85. 842.6

38. a 54. b 70. – 86. 0.04536

39. d 55. a 71. a 87. 859.5

40. a 56. a 72. c 88. 1.936

41. a 57. d 73. c 89. 1003.9

42. b 58. c 74. a 90. 248.989

43. b 59. d 75. d 91. 4208

44. c 60. c 76. b 92. 28.458

45. c 61. a 77. d 93. 67 ½

46. c 62. c 78. d 94. 25

47. c 63. b 79. a 95. b

48. b 64. b 80. a 96. a

49. c 65. c 81. 1¼ 97. c

50. b 66. c 82. 3¾ 98. d

51. c 67. d 83. 11 3/8 99. a

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PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION EXAM DRILL VII

1. Principal B tells her teachers that training in the humanities is most important. To
which educational philosophy does he adhere?

a. Existentialism c. Progressivism

b. Perennialism d. Essentialism

2. Principal C shares this thought with his teachers: "Subject matter should help
students understand and appreciate themselves as unique individuals who accept
complete responsibility for their thoughts, feelings, and actions." From which philosophy
is this thought based?

a. Perennialism c. Existentialism

b. Essentialism d. Progressivism
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3. To come closer to the truth we need to "go back to the things themselves." This is
the advice of the

a. behaviorists c. idealists

b. phenomenologists d. pragmatists

4. Student B claims: "I cannot see perfection but I long for it. So it must be real."
Under which group can he be classified?

a. Idealist c. Realist

b. Empiridst d. Pragmatist.

5. Which of the following prepositions is attributed to Plato?

a. Truth is relative to a particular time and place

b. Human beings create their own truths.

c. Learning is the discovery of truth as Iatent ideas are brought to consciousness.

d. Sense perception is the most accurate guide to knowledge.

6. On whose philosophy was A. S. Neil's Summerhill, one of the most experimental


schools, based?

a. Rousseau c. Montessori

b. Pestalozzi d. John Locke

7. As a teacher, you are a rationalist. Which among these will be your guiding
principle?

a. I must teach the child that we can never have real knowledge of anything.
b. I must teach the child to develop his mental powers to the full.

c. I must teach the child so he is assured of heaven.

d. I must teach the child every knowledge, skill, and value that he needs for a better
future.

8. Teacher U teaches to his pupils that pleasure is not the highest good. Teacher's
teaching is against what philosophy?

a. Realism c. Epicureanism

b. Hedonism d. Empiricism

9. Who among the following puts more emphasis on core requirements, longer school
day, longer academic year and more challenging textbooks?

a. Perennialist c. Progressivist

b. Essentialist d. Existentialist
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10. Which group of philosophers maintain that "truth exists in an objective order that is
independent of the knower"?

a. Idealists c. Existentialists

b. Pragmatists d. Realists

11. You arrive at knowledge by re-thinking of latent ideas. From whom does this
thought come?

a. Experimentalist c. Idealist

b. Realist d. Existentialist

12. As a teacher, you are a reconstructionist. Which among these will be your guiding
principle?

a. I must teach the child every knowledge, skill, and value that he needs for a better
future.

b. I must teach the child to develop his mental powers to the full.

c. I must teach the child so he is assured of heaven.

d. I must teach the child that we can never have real knowledge of anything.

13. Teacher B engages her students with information for thorough understanding for
meaning and for competent application. Which principle governs Teacher B's practice?

a. Contructivist c. Behaviorist

b. Gestalt d. Cognitivist

14. Which is/are the sources of man's intellectual drives, according to Freud?

a. Id c. Id and ego
b. Superego d. Ego

15. Soc exhibits fear response to freely roaming dogs but does not show fear when a
dog is on a leash or confined to a pen. Which conditioning process is illustrated

a. Generalization c. Acquisition

b. Extinction d. Discrimination

16. The concepts of trust vs. maturity, autonomy vs. self-doubt, and initiative vs. guilt
are most closely related with the works of __________.

a. Erikson b. Piaget c. Freud d. Jung

17. Teacher F is convinced that whenever a student performs a desired behavior,


provided reinforcement and soon the student will learn to perform the behavior on his
own. On which principle is Teacher F's conviction based?

a. Cognitivism c. Behaviorism
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b. Environmentalism d. Constructivism

18. In a social studies class, Teacher I presents a morally ambiguous situation and asks
his students what they would do. On whose theory is Teacher I's technique based?

a. Kohlberg c. Piaget

b. Bandura d. Bruner

19. Based on Freud's psychoanalytic theory which component(s) of personality is (are)


concerned with a sense of right and wrong?

a. Super-ego c. ld

b. Super-ego and Ego d. Ego

20. Which does Naom Chomsky, assert about language learning for children?

I. Young children learn and apply grammatical rules and vocabulary as they are
exposed to them.

II. Begin formal teaching of grammatical rules to children as early as possible.

III. Do not require initial formal language teaching for children.

a. I and III c. I only

b. II only d. I and II

21. Which teaching activity is founded on Bandura's Social Learning Theory?

a. Lecturing c. Questioning

b. Modeling d. lnductive Reasoning

22. Behavior followed by pleasant consequences will be strengthened and will be more
likely to occur in the future. Behavior followed by unpleasant consequences will be
weakened and will be less likely to be repeated in the future. Which one is explained?

a. Freud's Psychoanalytic Theory

b. Thorndike's Law of Effect

c. B. F. Skinner's Operant Conditioning Theory

d. Bandura's Social Learning Theory

23. Bruner's theory on intellectual development moves from enactive to iconic and
symbolic stages. In which stage(s) are diagrams helpful to accompany verbal
information?

a. Enactive and iconic c. Symbolic and enactive

b. Symbolic d. Iconic
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24. In a treatment for alcoholism, Ramil was made to drink an alcoholic beverage and
then made to ingest a drug that produces nausea. Eventually, he was nauseated at the
sight and smell of alcohol and stopped drinking alcohoL Which theory explains this?

a. Operant conditioning

b. Social Learning Theory

c. Associative Learning

d. Attribution Theory

25. A mother gives his boy his favorite snack every time the boy cleans up his room.
Afterwards, the boy cleaned his room everyday in anticipation of the snack. Which theory
is illustrated?

a. Associative Learning

b. Classical Conditioning

c. Operant Conditioning

d. Pavlonian Conditioning

26. Researches conducted show that teacher's expectations of students become. Do


not require initial formal language teaching for children self-fulfilling prophecies. What is
this phenomenon called?

a. Halo effect c. Ripple effect

b. Pygmalion effect d. Hawthorne effect

27. What does extreme authoritarianism in the home reinforce in learners?

a. Doing things on their own initiative


b. Ability to direct themselves.

c. Dependence on others for direction.

d. Creativity in work.

28. Theft of school equipment like tv, computer, etc. by teenagers in the community
itself is becoming a common phenomenon. What does this incident signify?

a. Prevalence of poverty in the community.

b. Inability of school to hire security guards.

c. Deprivation of Filipino schools.

d. Community's lack of sense of co-ownership.

29. A student passes a research report poorly written but ornately presented in a
folder to make up for the poor quality of the book report content. Which Filipino trait
does this practice prove? Emphasis on __________.
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a. art over academics

b. substance over "porma"

c. art over science

d. "porma" over substance

30. Student Z does not study at all but when the Licensure Examination for Teachers
(LET) comes, before he takes the LET, he spends one hour or more praying for a miracle,
i.e. to pass the exam. Which attitude towards religion or God is displayed?

a. Religion as fake

b. Religion as magic

c. Religion as authentic

d. Religion as real

31. During the Spanish period, what was/were the medium/media of instruction in
schools?

a. The Vernacular

b. English

c. Spanish

d. Spanish and the Vernacular

32. All subjects in Philippine elementary and secondary schools are expected to be
taught using the integrated approach. This came about as a result of the implementation
of _________.

a. Program for Decentralized Education


b. School-Based Management

c. Basic Education Curriculum

d. Schools First Initiative

33. Under which program were students who were not accommodated in public
elementary and secondary schools because of lack of classroom, teachers, and
instructional materials, were enrolled in private schools in their respective communities
at the government's expense?

a. Government Assistance Program

b. Study Now-Pay Later

c. Educational Service Contract System

d. National Scholarship Program


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34. What was the most prominent educational issue of the mid 1980s?

a. Bilingual Education c. Accountability

b. Values Education d. Mainstreaming

35. Availment of the Philippine Education Placement Test (PEPT) for adults and out-of-
school youths is in support of the government’s educational program towards __________

a. equitable access c. quality and relevance

b. quality d. relevance

36. The main purpose of compulsory study of the Constitution is to __________

a. develop students into responsible, thinking citizens

b. acquaint students with the historical development of the Philippine Constitution

c. make constitutional experts of the students

d. prepare students for law-making

37. Which one may support equitable access but may sacrifice quality?

a. Open admission

b. School accreditation

c. Deregulated tuition fee hike

d. Selective retention

38. With which goals of educational institutions as provided for by the Constitution is
the development of work skills aligned?

a. To develop moral character


b. To teach the duties of citizenship

c. To inculcate love of country

d. To develop vocational efficiency

39. Studies in the areas of neurosciences disclosed that the human brain has limitless
capacity. What does this imply?

a. Some pupils are admittedly not capable of learning.

b. Every pupil has his own native ability and his learning is limited to this nativeabilty.

c. Every child is a potential genius.

d. Pupils can possibly reach a point where they have learned everything.

40. Based on Piaget's theory, what should a teacher provide for children in the
concrete operational stage?
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a. Activities for hypothesis formulation.

b. Learning activities that involve problems of classification and ordering.

c. Games and other physical activities to develop motor skills.

d. Stimulating environment with ample objects to play with.

41. Based on Piaget's theory, what should a teacher provide for children in the
sensimotor stage?

a. Games and other physical activities to develop motor skill.

b. Learning activities that involve problems of classification and ordering.

c. Activities for hypothesis formulation.

d. Stimulating environment with ample objects to play with.

42. Which behavior is exhibited by a student who is strong in interpersonal


intelligence?

a. Works on his/her own.

b. Keeps interest to himself/herself.

c. Seeks out a classmate for help when problem occurs.

d. Spends time meditating.

43. A sixth grade twelve-year old boy comes from a dysfunctional family and has been
abused and neglected. He has been to two orphanages and three different elementary
schools. The student can decode on the second grade level, but he can comprehend
orally material at the fourth or fifth grade level. The most probable cause/s of this
student's reading problem is/are __________.
a. emotional factors c. neurological factors

b. poor teaching d. immaturity

44. A child who gets punished for stealing candy may not steal again immediately. But
this does not mean that the child may not steal again. Based on Thorndike's theory on
punishment and learning, this shows that __________

a. punishment strengthens a response

b. punishment removes a response

c. punishment does not remove a response

d. punishment weakens a response

45. It is not wise to laugh at a two-year old child when he utters bad word because in
his stage he is learning to __________.

a. consider other's views


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b. distinguish sex differences

c. socialize

d. distinguish right from wrong

46. John Watson said: "Men are built not born." What does this statement point to?

a. The ineffectiveness of training on a person's development.

b. The effect of environmental stimulation on a person's development.

c. The absence of genetic influence on a person's development.

d. The effect of heredity.

47. Which types of play is most characteristic of a four to six-year old child?

a. Solitary and onlooker plays

b. Associative and cooperative plays

c. Associative and onlooker plays

d. Cooperative and solitary plays

48. All of the following describe the development of children aged eleven to thirteen
EXCEPT __________.

a. they shift from impulsivity to adaptive ability

b. sex differences in IQ becomes more evident

c. they exhibit increase objectivity in thinking

d. they show abstract thinking and judgment


49. Rodel is very aloof and cold in his relationships with his classmates. Which basic
goal must have not been attained by Rodel during his developmental years, according to
Erikson's theory on psychological development?

a. Autonomy c. Initiative

b. Trust d. Generativity

50. Ruben is very attached to his mother and Ruth to her father. In what
developmental stage are they according to Freudian psychological theory?

a. Oedipal stage c. Annal stage

b. Latent stage d. Pre-genital stage

51. Which assumption underlies the teacher's use of performance objectives?

a. Not every form of learning is observable.

b. Performance objectives assure the learner of learning.


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c. Learning is defined as a change in the learner's observable performance.

d. The success of learner is based on teacher performance.

52. The principle of individual differences requires teachers to __________.

a. give greater attention to gifted learners

b. provide for a variety of learning activities

c. treat all learners alike while in the classroom

d. prepare modules for slow learners in class

53. In instructional planning it is necessary that the parts of the plan from the first to
the last have __________.

a. clarity c. coherence

b. symmetry d. conciseness

54. A goal-oriented instruction culminates in __________.

a. planning of activities c. identification of topics

b. evaluation d. formulation of objectives

55. A teacher's summary of a lesson serves the following functions, EXCEPT

a. it links the parts of the lesson

b. lt brings together the information that has been discussed

c. it makes provisions for full participation of students.

d. it clinches the basic ideas or concepts of the lesson.


56. In Krathwohl's affective domain of objectives, which of the following is the lowest
level of affective behavior?

a. Valuing c. Responding

b. Characterization d. Organization

57. The following are used in writing performance objectives, EXCEPT

a. delineate c. integrate

b. diagram d. comprehend

58. If a teacher plans a constructivist lesson, what will he most likely do? Plan how he
can

a. do evaluate his students' work

b. do reciprocal teaching
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c. lecture to his students

d. engage his students in convergent thinking

59. In mastery learning, the definition of an acceptable standard of performance is


called a

a. SMART c. behavior

b. criterion measure d. condition

60. The primary objective of my lesson is: "To add similar fractions correctly." Before I
can do this I must first aim at this specific objective: "To distinguish a numerator from a
nominator." What kind of objective is the latter?

a. Major c. Enabling

b. Terminal d. Primary

61. Which behavioral term describes a lesson outcome in the highest level of Bloom's
cognitive domain?

a. Create c. Analyze

b. Evaluate d. Design

62. As a teacher, what do you do when you engage yourself in major task analysis?

a. Test if learning reached higher level thinking skills.

b. Breakdown a complex task into sub-skills.

c. Determine the level of thinking involved.

d. Revise lesson objectives.


63. Teacher G's lesson objective has something to do with the skill of synthesizing?
Which behavioral term is most appropriate?

a. Test c. Appraise

b. Assess d. Theorize

64. In Krathwohl's taxonomy of objectives in the affective, which is most authentic?

a. Characterization c. Responding

b. Organization d. Valuing

65. "A stitch on time saves nine", so goes the adage.. Applied to classroom
management, this means that we __________

a. may not occupy ourselves with disruptions which are worth ignoring because they
are minor

b. must be reactive in our approach to discipline


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c. have to resolve minor disruptions before they are out of control

d. may apply 9 rules out of 10 consistently

66. How can you exhibit referent power on the first day of school?

a. By making them feel you know what you are talking about.

b. By telling them the importance of good grades.

c. By reminding your students your authority over them again and again.

d. By giving your students a sense of belonging and acceptance.

67. Teacher B clears his throat to communicate disapproval of a student's behavior.


Which specific influence technique is this?

a. Signal interference c. Interest boosting

b. Direct appeal d. Proximity control

68. How can you exhibit expert power on the first day of school?

a. By making them feel you know what you are talking about.

b. By making them realize the importance of good grades.

c. By reminding them your students your authority over them again and again.

d. By giving your students a sense of belonging and acceptance.

69. Teacher H strives to draw participation of every student into her classroom
discussion. Which student's need is she trying to address? The need __________

a. to show their oral abilities to the rest of the class

b. to be creative
c. to feel significant and be part of a group

d. to get everything out in the open

70. Which is a sound classroom management practice?

a. Avoid establishing routines; routines make your student robots.

b. Establish routines for all daily needs and tasks.

c. Apply rules and policies on a case to case basis.

d. Apply reactive approach to discipline.

71. An effective classroom manager uses low-profile classroom control. Which is a low-
profile classroom technique?

a. Note to parents
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b. After-school detention

c. Withdrawal of privileges

d. Raising the pitch of the voice

72. Which is one characteristic of an effective classroom management?

a. It quickly and unobtrusively redirects misbehavior once it occurs.

b. It teaches dependence on others for self-control.

c. It respects cultural norms of a limited group students.

d. Strategies are simple enough to be used consistently.

73. How can you exhibit legitimate power on the first day of school?

a. By making your students feel they are accepted for who they are.

b. By informing them you are allowed to act in loco parentis.

c. By making them realize the importance of good grade

d. By making them feel you have mastery of subject matter.

74. With-it-ness, according to Kounin, is one of the characteristics of an effective


classroom manager. Which phrase goes with it?

a. Have hands that write fast.

b. Have eyes on the back of your heads.

c. Have a mouth ready to speak.

d. Have minds packed with knowledge.


75. Which is an appropriate way to manage off-task behavior

a. Make eye contact.

b. Stop your class activity to correct a child who is no longer on task.

c. Move closer to the child.

d. Redirect a child's attention to task and check his progress to make sure he is
continuing to work.

76. Referring to Teacher S, Nicolle describes her teacher as "fair, caring and someone
you can talk to." Which power or leadership does Teacher S have?

a. Referent power c. Reward power

b. Legitimate power d. Expert power

77. Research tells that teachers ask mostly content questions. Which of the following
terms does NOT refer to content question?
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a. Closed c. Concept

b. Direct d. Convergent

78. Read the following then answer the question:

TEACHER: IN WHAT WAYS OTHER THAN THE PERIODIC TABLE MIGHT WE PREDICT THE
UNDISCOVERED ELEMENTS?

BOBBY: WE COULD GO TOTHE MOON AND SEE IF THERE ARE SOME ELEMENTS THERE WE
DON'T HAVE.

BETTY: WE COULD DIG DOWN TO THE CENTER OF THE EARTH AND SEE IF WE FIND ANY
OF THE MISSING ELEMENTS.

RICKY: WE COULD STUDY DEBRIS FROM THE METEORITES IF WE CAN FIND ANY.

TEACHER: THOSE ARE ALL GOOD ANSWERS BUT WHAT IF THOSE, EXCURSIONS TO THE
MOON, TO THE CENTER OF THE EARTH, OR TO FIND METEORITES WERE TOO COSTLY
AND TIME CONSUMING? HOW MIGHT WE USE THE ELEMENTS WE ALREADY HAVE HERE
ON EARTH TO FIND SOME NEW ONES?

Question: Which questioning strategy/ies does/do the exchange of thoughts above


illustrate?

a. Funneling c. Nose-dive

b. Sowing and reaping d. Extending and lifting

79. Which questioning practice promotes more class interaction?

a. Asking the question before calling on a student.

b. Focusing on divergent questions.

c. Focusing on convergent questions

d. Asking rhetorical questions.

80. Which technique should a teacher use to encourage response if his students do not
respond to his question?
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a. Ask a specific student to respond, state the question, and wait a response.

b. Tell the class that it will have detention unless answer are forthcoming.

c. Ask another question, an easier one.

d. Wait for a response.

81. Teacher P wants to develop the skill of synthesizing in her pupils. Which one will
she do?

a. Ask her students to formulate a generalization from the data shown in graphs.

b. Ask her students to answer questions beginning with "What if ... "

c. Tell her pupils to state data presented in graphs.

d. Directs her students to ask questions on the parts of the lesson not understood.

82. The following are sound specific purposes of questions EXCEPT

a. to call the attention of an inattentive student

b. to teach via student answers

c. to stimulate leaders to ask questions

d. to arouse interest and curiosity

83. For maximum interaction, a teacher ought to avoid __________ questions.

a. informational c. leading

b. rhetorical d. divergent

84. If teacher has to ask more higher-order questions, he has to ask more __________
questions.
a. closed c. concept

b. fact d. convergent

85. Which is NOT a sound purpose for asking questions?

a. To probe deeper after an answer is given.

b. To discipline a bully in class.

c. To remind students of a procedure.

d. To encourage self-reflection.

86. After giving an input on a good paragraph, Teacher W asks her students to rate a
given paragraph along the elements of a good paragraph. The students' task is in level
of __________

a. application
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b. analysis

c. evaluation

d. synthesis

87. Read the following then answer the question

TEACHER: IN WHAT WAYS OTHER THAN THE PERIODIC TABLE MIGHT WE PREDICT THE
UNDISCOVERED ELEMENTS?

BOBBY: WE COULD GOTO THE MOON AND SEE IF THERE ARE SOME ELEMENTS THERE
WE DON'T HAVE.

BETTY: WE COULD DIG DOWN INTO THE CENTER OF THE EARTH AND SEE IF WE FIND ANY
OF THE MISSING ELEMENTS

RICKY: WE COULD STUDY DEBRIS FROM THE METEORITES IF WE CAN FIND ANY

TEACHER: THOSE ARE ALL GOOD ANSWERS. BUT WHAT IF THOSE EXCURSIONS TO THE
MOON, TO THE CENTER OF THE EARTH, OR TO FIND METEORITES WERE TOO COSTLY
AND TIME CONSUMING? HOW MIGHT WE USE THE ELEMENTS WE ALREADY HAVE HERE
ON EARTH TO FIND SOME NEW ONES?

Question: The Teacher's questions in the above exchange are examples of __________
questions
a. fact c. direct

b. concept d. closed

88. Read this question: "How will you present the layers of the earth to your class?"
This is a question that

a. directs

b. leads the student to evaluate

c. assesses cognition

d. probes creative thinking

89. The teacher's first task in the selection of media in teaching is to determine the
______.

a. choice of the students


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b. availability of the media

c. objectives of the lesson

d. technique to be used

90. Based on Edgar Dale's Cone of Experience, which activity is closest to the real
thing?

a. View images c. Watch a demo

b. Attend exhibit d. Hear

91. Based on Edgar Dale's Cone of Experience, which activity is farthest from the real
thing?

a. Read c. View images

b. Hear d. Attend exhibit

92. Which criterion should guide a teacher in the choice of instructional devices?

a. Attractiveness c. Novelty

b. Cost d. Appropriateness

93. To elicit more student's response, Teacher G made use of covert responses. Which
one did she NOT do?

a. She had the students write their response privately.

b. She showed the correct answers on the overhead after the students have written
their responses.

c. She had the students write their responses privately then called each of them.
d. She refrained from judging on the student's responses.

94. Teacher W wants to review and check on the lesson of the previous day? Which
one will be most reliable?

a. Having students identify difficult homework problems.

b. Having students correct each other's work.

c. Sampling the understanding of a few students

d. Explicitly reviewing the task-relevant information necessary for the day's lesson.

95. Teacher M's pupils are quite weak academically and his lesson is already far behind
his time table. How should Teacher M proceed with his lesson?

a. Experientially c. Logically

b. lnductively d. Deductively
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96. Which activity should a teacher have more for his students if he wants them to
develop logical-mathematical thinking?

a. Problem solving c. Drama

b. Choral reading d. Storytelling

97. Which guideline must be observed in the use of prompting to shape the correct
performance of your students?

a. Use the least intrusive prompt first.

b. Use all prompts available.

c. Use the most intrusive prompt first.

d. Refrain from using prompts.

98. To promote effective practice, which guideline should you bear in mind? Practice
should be

a. done in an evaluative atmosphere

b. difficult for students to learn a lesson

c. arranged to allow students to receive feedback

d. take place over a long period of time

99. Which is one role of play in the pre-school and early childhood years?

a. Develops competitive spirit.

b. Separates reality from fantasy.

c. Increases imagination due to expanding knowledge and emotional range.


d. Develops the upper and lower limbs.

100. Teacher T taught a lesson denoting ownership by means of possessives. He first


introduced the rule, then gave examples, followed by class exercises, then back to the
rule before he moved into the second rule. Which presenting technique did he use?

a. Combinatorial c. Part-whole

b. Comparative d. Sequential

101. The burnout malady gets worse if a teacher doesn't intervene to change whatever
areas he or she can control. Which one can renew a teacher's enthusiasm?

a. Stick to job

b. Initiate changes in jobs

c. Judge someone else as wrong


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d. Engage in self-pity

102. Which Filipino trait works against the shift in teacher's role from teacher as a
fountain of information to teacher as facilitator?

a. Authoritativeness c. Hiya

b. Authoritarianism d. Pakikisama

103. Which method has been proven to be effective in courses that stress acquisition of
knowledge?

a. Socratic method c. Mastery learning

b. Cooperative learning d. Indirect instruction

104. Direct instruction is for facts, rules, and actions as indirect instruction is for
__________, __________, __________.

a. hypotheses, verified data and conclusions

b. concepts, patterns and abstractions

c. concepts, processes and generalizations

d. guesses, data and conclusions

105. For which may you use the direct instruction method?

a. Become aware of the pollutants around us.

b. Appreciate Milton's Paradise Lost.

c. Use a microscope properly

d. Distinguish war from aggression.


106. I want to teach concepts, patterns and abstractions. Which method is most
appropriate?

a. Indirect instruction c. Direct instruction

b. Discovery d. Problem solving

107. What should a teacher do for students in his class who are not on grade level?

a. Give them materials on their level and let them work at a pace that is reasonable
for them, trying to bring them up to a grade level.

b. Give them the same work as the other students, because they will absorb as much
as they are capable of

c. Give them the same work as the other students, not much, so that they won't
feel embarrassed.
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d. Give them work on the level of the other students and work a little above the
classmates level to challenge them.

108. By what name is Indirect instruction the Socratic method also known?

a. Mastery learning c. Morrison method

b. Indirect Method d. Questioning method

109. Teacher B is a teacher of English as a Second Language. She uses vocabulary


cards, fill-in-the-blank sentences, dictation and writing exercises in teaching a lesson
about grocery shopping. Based on this information, which of the following is a valid
conclusion?

a. The teacher is reinforcing learning by giving the same information in, a variety of
methods.

b. The teacher is applying Bloom's hierarchy of cognitive learning.

c. The teacher wants to do less talk.

d. The teacher is emphasizing listening and speaking skills.

110. Which is a form of direct instruction?

a. Discovery process c. Programmed instruction

b. Problem solving d. Inductive reasoning

111. Which does NOT belong to the group of alternative learning systems?

a. Multi-grade grouping c. Graded education

b. Multi-age grouping d. Non-graded grouping

112. Teacher H gave her first-grade class a page with a story in which pictures take the
place of some words. Which method did she use?

a. The whole language approach

b. The Spaulding method

c. The rebus method

d. The language experience approach

113. Teacher B uses the direct instruction strategy. Which sequence of steps will she
follow?

I. Independent practice

II. Feedback and correctiveness

III. Guided student practice

IV. Presenting and structuring


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V. Reviewing the previous day's work

a. V-II-IV-III-I c. V-lV-III-II-I

b. III-II-IV-I-V d. I-V-II-III-IV

114. Why should a teacher NOT use direct instruction all the time?

a. It requires much time.

b. It requires use of many supplementary materials.

c. It is generally effective only in the teaching of concepts and abstractions.

d. It reduces students engagement in learning.

115. Teacher A is a teacher of English as a Second Language. She uses vocabulary


cards, fill-in-the-blank sentences, dialogues, dictation and writing exercises in teaching a
lesson about grocery shopping. Based on this information, which of the following is a
valid conclusion?

a. The teacher is applying Bloom's hierarchy of cognitive learning.

b. The teacher is teaching in a variety of ways because not all students learn in the
same manner.

c. The teacher wants to make her teachirig easier by having less talk.

d. The teacher is emphasizing reading and writing skills.

116. I combined several subject areas in order to focus on a single concept for inter-
disciplinary teaching. Which strategy/method did I use?

a. Problem-entered learning

b. Thematic instruction
c. Reading-writing activity

d. Unit method

117. Teacher E discussed how electricity flows through wires and what generates the
electric charge. Then she gave the students wires, bulbs, switches, and dry cells and told
the class to create a circuit that will increase the brightness of each bulb. Which one best
describes the approach used?

a. It used a taxonomy of basic thinking skills

b. It was contructivist

c. It helped students understand scientific methodology

d. It used cooperative learning

118. With indirect instruction in mind, which does NOT belong to the group?
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a. Problem solving c. Inductive reasoning

b. Lecture-recitation d. Discovery

119. I drew learners into several content areas and encouraged them to solve a
complex question for inter-disciplinary teaching. Which strategy did I use?

a. Problem-centered learning

b. Unit method

c. Reading-writing activity

d. Thematic instruction

120. In self-directed learning, to what extent should a teacher's "scaffolding" be?

a. To a degree the student needs it.

b. None, to force the student to learn by himself.

c. To the minimum, to speed up development of student's sense of independence.

d. To the maximum, in order to extend to the student all the help he needs.

121. Which is a major advantage of a curriculum-based assessment?

a. It is informal in nature.

b. It connects testing with teaching.

c. It tends to focus on anecdotal information on student progress.

d. It is based on a norm-referenced measurement model.

122. Which are direct measures of competence?


a. Personality tests c. Paper-and-pencil tests

b. Performance tests d. Standardized test

123. "What is most likely to happen to our economy when export continuously
surpasses import" is a thought question on __________.

a. creating c. synthesizing

b. relating cause-and-effect d. predicting

124. The test item "Group the following items according to shape" is a thought test item
on __________.

a. creating c. generalizing

b. classifying d. comparing

125. In the context on the theory on multiple intelligences, what is one weakness of the
paper-pencil test?
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a. It is not easy to administer.

b. It puts the non-linguistically intelligent at a disadvantage

c. It utilizes so much time.

d. It lacks reability.

126. With synthesizing skills in mind, which has the highest diagnostic value?

a. Essay test c. Completion test

b. Performance test d. Multiple choice test

127. Which one can best evaluate students' attitudinal development?

a. Essay test c. Observation

b. Portfolio d. Short answer test

128. With specific details in mind, which one has (have) a stronger diagnostic value?

a. Multiple choice test

b. Non-restricted essay test

c. Restricted essay test

d. Restricted and non-restricted essay tests

129. Teacher A discovered that his pupils are very good in dramatizing. Which tool must
have helped him discover his pupils' strength?

a. Portfolio assessment

b. Performance test
c. Journal entry

130. Which can effectively measure students' awareness of values?

a. Projective techniques c. Likert scales

b. Moral dilemma d. Anecdotal record

e. Paper-and-pencil test

131. Teacher F wanted to teach the pupils the skill to do cross stitching. Her check up
quiz was a written test on the steps of cross stitching. Which characteristic of a good test
does it lack?

a. Scorability c. Objectivity

b. Reliability d. Validity
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132. If your Licensure Examination Test (LET) items sample adequately the
competencies listed in the syllabi, it can be said that the LET possesses __________
validity.

a. concurrent c. content

b. construct d. predictive

133. "In the light of the facts presented, what is most likely to happen when ... ?" is a
sample thought question on

a. inferring c. synthesizing

b. generalizing d. justifying

134. In a criterion-referenced testing, what must you do to ensure that your test is fair?

a. Make all of the questions true or false.

b. Ask each student to contribute one question.

c. Make twenty questions but ask the students to answer only ten of their choice.

d. Use the objectives for the units as guide in your test construction.

135. Which test has broad sampling of topics as strength?

a. Objective test c. Essay test

b. Short answer test d. Problem type

136. Which is the first step in planning an achievement test?

a. Define the instructional objective.

b. Decide on the length of the test.


c. Select the type of test items to use.

d. Build a table of specification.

137. The first thing to do in constructing a periodic test is for a teacher to __________

a. decide on the number of items for the test

b. go back to her instructional objectives

c. study the content

d. decide on the type of test to construct

138. In the parlance of test construction what does "TOS" mean?

a. Table of Specifics

b. Table of Specifications
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c. Table of Specific Test Items

d. Team of Specifications

139. Shown a picture of children in sweaters inside the classroom, the students were
asked this question: "In what kind of climate do these children live?" This is a thought
question on __________

a. inferring c. creating

b. applying d. predicting

140. Which guideline in test construction is NOT observed in this test item Jose Rizal
wrote __________.

a. The central problem should be packed in the stem.

b. There must be only one correct answer.

c. Alternatives must have grammatical parallelism.

d. The alternates must be plausible.

141. Quiz is to formative test while periodic is to __________

a. criterion-reference test c. norm-reference test

b. summative test d. diagnostic test

142. If teacher wants to test students' ability to organize ideas, which type of test
should she formulate?

a. Multiple-choice type c. Essay

b. Short answer d. Technical problem


143. Out of 3 distracters in a multiple choice test item, namely B, C, and D, no pupil
chose D as answer. This implies that D is __________

a. an ineffective distracter

b. a vague distracter

c. an effective distracter

d. a plausible distracter

144. Study this group of tests which was administered with the following results, then
answer the question

Subject Mean SD Ronnels's Score

Math 56 10 43

Physics 41 9 31
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English 80 16 109

In which subject(s) did Ronnel perform best in relation to the group's performance?

a. Physics and Math c. Physics

b. English d. Math

145. Study this group of tests which was administered with the following results, then
answer the question.

Subject Mean SO Ronnel's Score

Math 56 10 43

Physics 41 9 31

English 80 16 109

In which subject(s) did Ronnel perform most poorly in relation to the group's
performance?

a. English c. Math

b. English and Math d. Physics

146. What can be said of Peter who obtained a score of 75 in a Grammar objective test?

a. He answered 75 items in the test correctly.

b. He answered 75% of the test items correctly.

c. His rating is 75.


d. He performed better than 5% of his classmates.

147. In his second item analysis, Teacher H found out that more from the lower group
got the test item # 6 correctly. This means that the test item __________.

a. has a negative discriminating power

b. has a lower validity

c. has a positive discriminating power

d. has a high reability

148. NSAT and NEAT results are interpreted against set mastery level. This means that
NSAT and NEAT fall under __________.

a. intelligence test c. criterion-referenced test

b. aptitude test d. norm-referenced test


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149. Teacher Y does norm-referenced interpretation of scores. Which of the following


does she do?

a. She describes group performance in relation to a level of mastery set.

b. She uses a specified content as its frame of reference.

c. She compares every individual students' scores with others' scores.

d. She describes what should be their performance.

150. Test norms are established in order to have a basis for __________.

a. establishing learning goals

b. interpreting test results

c. computing grades

d. identifying pupils' difficulties

151. Which is most implied by a negatively skewed score distribution?

a. The scores are evenly distributed from left to the right

b. Most pupils are achievers

c. Most of the scores are low

d. Most of the scores are high

152. Which holds true to standardized tests?

a. They are used for comparative purposes

b. They are administered differently


c. They are scored according to different standards

d. They are used for assigning grades

153. Students' scores on a test were: 72, 72, 73, 74, 76, 78, 81, 83, 85. The score 76 is
the __________.

a. mode c. mean

b. average d. median

154. Are percentile ranks the same as percentage correct?

a. It cannot be determined unless scores are given.

b. It cannot be determined unless the number of examinees is given.

c. No d. Yes
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155. In which competency do my students find the greatest difficulty? In the item with a
difficulty index of __________.

a. 0.1 b. 0.9 c. 0.5 d. 1.0

156. Study this group tests which was administered wit the following results, then
answer the question

Subject Mean SD Ronnel's Score

Math 56 10 43

Physics 41 9 31

English 80 16 109

In which subject(s) were the scores most homogenous?

a. Math c. Physics

b. English d. Physics and Math

157. Which measure(s) of central tendency separate(s) the top half of the group from
the -bottom half?

a. Median c. Median and Mean

b. Mean d. Mode

158. Which applies when skewness is zero?

a. Mean is greater than the median

b. Median is greater than mean

c. Scores have three modes


d. Scores are normally distributed

159. Standard deviation is to variability as mode to __________.

a. level of difficulty c. correlation

b. discrimination d. central tendency

160. What is the mean of this score distribution: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10?

a. 7 b. 6 c. 8.5 d. 7.5

161. Standard deviation is to variability as mean is to __________.

a. coefficient of correlation c. discrimination index

b. central tendency d. level of difficulty

162. What measure of central tendency does the number 16 represent in the following
data: 14, 15, 17, 16, 19, 20, 16, 14, 16?
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a. Mode c. Mode and median

b. Median d. Mean

163. Which one can enhance the comparability of grades?

a. Using common conversion table for translating test scores in to ratings

b. Formulating tests that vary from one teacher to another

c. Allowing individual teachers to determine factors for rating

d. Individual teachers giving weights to factors considered for rating

164. Which describes norm-referenced grading?

a. The performance of the group

b. What constitutes a perfect score

c. The students' past performance

d. An absolute standard

165. The search for related literature by accessing several databases by the use of a
telephone line to connect a computer library with other computers that have database is
termed __________.

a. compact disc search c. on-line search

b. manual search d. computer search

166. Two students are given the WISE II. One has a full scale IQ of 91, while the other
has an IQ of 109. Which conclusion can be drawn?

a. The second student has significantly higher intellectual ability


b. The first student is probably below average, while the second has above average
potential

c. Both students are functioning in the average range of intellectual ability

d. Another IQ test should be given to truly assess their intellectual potential

167. Which type of report refers to "on-the-spot" description of some incident, episode
or occurrence that is being observed and recorded as being of possible significance?

a. Autobiographical report

b. Biographical report

c. Value and interest report

d. Anecdotal report
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168. The best way for a guidance counselor to begin to develop study skills and habits
in underachieving student would be to __________.

a. have these underachieving students observe the study habits of excelling students

b. encourage students to talk about study habits from their own experiences

c. have them view film strips about various study approaches

d. give out a list of effective study approaches

169. Which illustrates a developmental approach in guidance and counseling?

a. Spotting on students in need of guidance

b. Teaching students how to interact in a positive manner

c. Acting as a mediator

d. Making the decision for the confused student

170. Who among the following needs less verbal counseling but needs more concrete
and operational forms of assistance? The child who __________.

a. has mental retardation

b. has attention-deficit disorder

c. has learning disability

d. has conduct disorder

171. The cultivation of reflective and meditative skills in teaching is an influence of


__________.

a. Shintoism c. Confucianism
b. Zen Buddhism d. Taoism

172. Helping in the development of graduates who are "maka-Diyos" is an influence of

a. naturalistic morality

b. classical Christian morality

c. situational morality

d. dialectical morality

173. The attention to the development of a deep respect and affection for our rich
cultural past is an influence of __________.

a. Confucius c. Teilhard de Chardin

b. Hegel d. Dewey
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174. Whose teaching is in support of "Education for All" (EFA), he asserted that in
teaching there should be no distinction of social classes.

a. Sun Yat Sen c. Mencius

b. Confucius d. Lao tsu

175. We encounter people whose prayer goes like this: "O God, if there is a God; save
my soul, if I have a soul" From whom is this prayer?

a. Stoic c. Agnostic

b. Empiricist d. Skeptic

176. How would you select the most fit in government positions? Applying Confucius
teachings, which would be the answer?

a. By course accreditation of an accrediting body

b. By merit system and course accreditation

c. By merit system

d. By government examinations

177. Whose influence is the education program that puts emphasis on self-
development. through the classics, music, and rituals?

a. Buddha c. Confucius

b. Mohammed d. Lao tsu

178. Your teacher is of the opinion that the world and everything in it are ever changing
and so teaches you the skill to cope with change. What is his governing philosophy?

a. Idealism c. Experimentalism
b. Existentalism d. Realism

179. Value clarification as a strategy in Values Education classes is anchored on which


philosophy?

a. Existentialism c. Idealism

b. Christian philosophy d. Hedonism

180. A guest speaker in one graduation rites told his audience: "Reminder, you are what
you choose to be." The guest speaker is more of a/an __________.

a. realistic c. idealist

b. pragmatist d. existentialist

181. "All men are pretty much alike. It is only by custom that they are set apart", said
one Oriental philosopher. Where can this thought be most inspiring?
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a. In a multi-cultural group of learners

b. In multi-cultural and heterogeneous groups of learners and indigenous peoples'


group

c. In a class composed of indigenous peoples

d. In heterogeneous class of learners

182. From whom do we owe the theory of deductive interference as illustrated in


syllogisms?

a. Plato c. Aristotle

b. Scorates d. Pythagoras

183. Teacher A knows of the illegal activities of a neighbor but keeps quiet in order not
to be involved in any investigation. Which foundational principle of morality does Teacher
A fail to apply?

a. The end does not justify the means.

b. The principle of double-effect

c. Always do what is right.

d. Between two evils, do the lesser evil.

184. Teacher A is directed to pass an undeserving student with a death threat. Which
advice will a hedonist give?

a. Pass the student. Why suffer the threat?

b. Don't pass him. You surely will not like someone to give you a death threat in order
to pass.
c. Don't pass him. Live by your principle of justice. You will get reward, if not in this
life, in the next!

d. Pass the student. That will be of use to the student, his parents and you.

185. History books used in schools are replete with events portraying defeats and
weaknesses of the Filipino as a people. How should you tackle them in the classroom?

a. Present them and express your feelings of shame.

b. Present facts and use them as means in inspiring your class to learn from them.

c. Present them and blame those people responsible or those who have contributed.

d. Present them as they are presented, and tell the class to accept reality.

186. If you agree with Rizal on how you can contribute to our nation's redemption,
which should you work for?

a. Opening our doors to foreign influence


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b. Upgrading the quality of the Filipino through education

c. Stabilizing the political situation

d. Gaining economic recovery

187. Rights and duties are correlative. This means that __________.

a. rights and duties regulate the relationship of men in society

b. rights and duties arise from natural law

c. each right carries with it one or several corresponding duties

d. rights and duties ultimately come from God

188. A teacher who equates authority with power does NOT __________.

a. shame

b. develop self-respect in every pupil

c. retaliate

d. intimidate

189. Which is a true foundation of the social order?

a. Obedient citizenry

b. The reciprocation of rights and duties

c. Strong political leadership

d. Equitable distribution of wealth

190. In what way can teachers uphold the highest possible standards of quality
education?

a. By continually improving themselves personally and professionally

b. By wearing expensive clothes to change people's poor perception of teachers

c. By working out undeserved promotions

d. By putting down other professions to lift the status of teaching

191. A teacher/student is held responsible for his actions because s/he __________.

a. has instincts c. has a choice

b. is mature d. has reason

192. The typical autocratic teacher consistently does the following EXCEPT

a. encouraging students. c. ridiculing students.


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b. shaming students. d. intimidating students.

193. What should you do if a parent who is concerned about a grade his child received
compared to another student's grade, demands to see both students' grades?

a. Refuse to show either record.

b. Show both records to him.

c. Refuse to show any record without expressing permission from principal.

d. Show only his child's records.

194. Teacher Q does not want Teacher B to be promoted and so writes an anonymous
letter against Teacher B accusing her of fabricated lies Teacher Q mails this anonymous
letter to the Schools Division Superintendent. What should Teacher Q do if she has to act
professionally?

a. Submit a signed justifiable criticism against Teacher B, if there is any.

b. Go straight to the Schools Division Superintendent and gives criticism verbally.

c. Hire a group to distribute poison letters against Teacher B for information


dissemination.

d. Instigate student activists to read poison letters over the microphone.

195. Teachers often complain of numerous non-teaching assignments that adversely,


affect their teaching. Does this mean that teachers must be preoccupied only with
teaching?

a. Yes, if they are given other assignments, justice demands that they be properly
compensated.

b. Yes, because other community leaders, not teachers, are tasked to leading
community activities
c. NO, because every teacher is expected to provide leadership and initiative in
activities for betterment of communities.

d. Yes, because teaching is enough full time job.

196. In a study conducted, the pupils were asked which nationality they preferred, if
given a choice. Majority of the pupils wanted to be Americans. In this case, in which
obligation relative to the state, do schools seem to be failing? In their obligation to
__________.

a. respect for all duly constituted authorities

b. promote national pride

c. promote obedience to the laws of the state

d. instill allegiance to the Constitution


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197. In the Preamble of the Code of Ethics of Professional Teachers, which is NOT said of
teachers?

a. LET passers

b. Duly licensed professionals

c. Possess dignity and reputation

d. With high-moral values as well as technical and professional competence

198. Teacher H and Teacher I are rivals for promotion. To gain the favor of the
promotional staff, Teacher I offers her beach resort for free for members of the
promotional staff before the ranking. As one of the contenders for promotion, is this
becoming of her to do?

a. Yes. This will be professional growth for the promotional staff.

b. No. This may exert undue influence ori the members of the promotional staff and
so may fail to promote someone on the basis of merit.

c. Yes. The rare invitation will certainly be welcomed by an overworked promotional


staff.

d. Yes. There's nothing wrong with sharing one's blessings.

199. Each teacher is said to be a trustee of the cultural and educational heritage of the
nation and is, under obligation to transmit to learners such heritage. Which practice
makes him fulfill such obligation?

a. Use the latest instructional technology.

b. Observe continuing professional education.

c. Use interactive teaching strategies.


d. Study the life of Filipino heroes.

200. Teacher F is newly converted to a religion. Deeply convinced of his new found
religion, he starts Monday classes by attacking one religion and convinces his pupils to
attend their religious services on Sundays. Is this in accordance with the Code of Ethics
of ¬Professional Teachers?

a. Yes. What he does is values education.

b. No. A teacher should not use his position to proselyte others.

c. Yes. In the name of academic freedom, a teacher can decide what to teach.

d. Yes. What he does strengthens values education.

#“Every person who has become successful has simply formed the habit of
doing things that failures dislike doing and will not do.”
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PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION EXAM DRILL VII

1. a 27. b 53. b 79. b

2. c 28. d 54. a 80. a

3. a 29. d 55. b 81. a

4. d 30. b 56. d 82. a

5. c 31. d 57. a 83. c

6. a 32. c 58. d 84. d

7. b 33. d 59. b 85. b

8. b 34. a 60. c 86. b

9. b 35. a 61. c 87. c

10. d 36. a 62. b 88. d

11. a 37. a 63. d 89. c

12. a 38. d 64. d 90. b

13. d 39. c 65. c 91. a

14. c 40. b 66. b 92. d

15. d 41. a 67. a 93. b

16. b 42. c 68. a 94. c


17. c 43. c 69. c 95. a

18. b 44. c 70. b 96. a

19. b 45. a 71. d 97. a

20. d 46. b 72. a 98. a

21. d 47. b 73. d 99. c

22. c 48. a 74. d 100. c

23. b 49. b 75. d 101. b

24. c 50. a 76. b 102. c

25. d 51. c 77. a 103. c

26. b 52. b 78. d 104. c


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105. c 129. b 153. d 177. a

106. c 130. d 154. c 178. b

107. a 131. a 155. a 179. b

108. d 132. c 156. d 180. d

109. a 133. a 157. c 181. b

110. c 134. d 158. d 182. a

111. c 135. c 159. c 183. c

112. b 136. d 160. a 184. b

113. c 137. b 161. b 185. b

114. c 138. b 162. c 186. b

115. b 139. a 163. a 187. c

116. d 140. b 164. a 188. b

117. c 141. b 165. c 189. b

118. d 142. c 166. a 190. a

119. a 143. a 167. c 191. c

120. c 144. a 168. b 192. a

121. d 145. a 169. c 193. b

122. d 146. d 170. b 194. a

123. b 147. b 171. b 195. c


124. b 148. c 172. b 196. b

125. d 149. c 173. a 197. a

126. b 150. b 174. d 198. b

127. b 151. c 175. c 199. d

128. d 152. c 176. c 200. b


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FILIPINO
POST – TEST

I. Panuto:

Bilugan ang titik ng wastong sagot.

1. Agad na sumigaw ang bata ____ makitang dumating ang kanyang kapatid

a. ng b. nang

2. Ang mga mag-aaral ay nagkasundo _____ sa iminungkahi ng guro.

a. din b. rin
3. Ang bawat tao _____ ay kailangang isakatuparan ang kanyang mithiin sa buhay.

a. Daw b. raw

4. Ang kirot ay unti-unti ______ nawawala.

a. ng b. nang

5. Ayon kay Jose Rizal, ang mga bata _____ ang siyang pag –asa ng bansa.

a. daw b. raw

6. Sa Sabado _____ gabi mawawalan ng kuryente.

a. ng b. nang

7. Hindi na nakaramdam ng gutom si Kuya mula _____ siya ay natulog.

a. ng b. nang

8. _____ dalang pusa ang Inay nang umuwi.

a. May b. Mayroon

9. Maya-maya ay sisingaw _____ ang amoy ng Patay.

a. din b. rin

10. Ang dunong ay kailangan ng tao ngunit kailangan _____ niya ang tulong ng
Maykapal.

a. din b. rin

11. Sino ba ang sumisigaw _____ at nagtatakbuhan ang mga tao.

a. doon b. roon

12. _____ tainga ang lupa, may pakpak ang balita.


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a. May b. Mayroon

13. Ang bawat tao sa mundo ___ ay dapat magkaunawaan para sa kanilang ikabubuti.

a. Daw b. raw

14. Ang Pilipinas ay malakas ____ tulad ng Singapore kung karapatan ang Pag-uusapan.

a. din b. rin

15. Unti- unti ____ humuhupa ang kanyang galit.

a. Ng b. nang

II. Ibinigay ang kahulugan ng salitang may salungguhit.

16. Narinig ko ang alawat ng mga bata sa silid ng mag-asawang Maria at Jose.

a. ingay c. sigaw

b. mahinang alingawngaw d. tawanan

17. Ang Itay ay alimbuyaw nang dumating kanina.

a. Aburido c. Patakbo

b. Masaya d. sumigaw

18. Si Tj ay isang anluwagi nang mapangasawa ni Luisa.

a. Guro c. karpintero

b. katulong d. pulis

19. Kakarampot ang nakuha kong ulam sa mesa.

a. marami c. malalaki
b. katiting d. mamhahaba

20. Alumpihit ang Itay habang hinihintay ang Inay.

a. Kabang-kaba c. Di-mapalagay

b. Siyang- siya d. Tuwang-tuwa

21. Iyon ang kinamihasnan ng babaeng iyon sa bundok kaya di-makaunawa sa iyo.

a. natutuhan c. napag-aralan

b. kinagawian d. nagustuhan

22. Ang alipustahin ang mga dukha ay di kanais-nais na pag-uugali.

a. layuan c. talikdan

b. apihin d. kagalitan
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23. Nakita kong pakimod na sumagot ang babae sa dalaga nang mag-usap sila.

a. Paismid c. patawa

b. Pangiti d. pasigaw

24. Isang indihente ang tumawag ng aking pansin dahil sa nakakatawang ayos nito.

a. Maralita c. mag-asawa

b. Matanda d. paslit

25. Naging Cum Laude si Memi dahil siya ay nagsunog ng kilay gabi-gabi.

a. nagbubunot c. nag-aahit

b. puspos sa pag-aaral d. nag-aayuno

26. Parang balat-sibuyas ang kutis ng babaeng ito.

a. namumula sa bilog c. mahaba at payat

b. napakaputi at malinis d. pino at malambot

27. Kapit-tuko sa isat’-isa habang naglalakad ang magkasintahang Heart at Echo.

a. away nang away

b. mahigpit na magkahawak-kamay

c. malayo ang agwat

d. patakbo

28. Ang langitngit ng mga bintana ay gumigising nang lubos sa katahimikan ng silid-
aralan.
a. Alatiit c. dekorasyon

b. kulay d. sira

29. Mataginting na tinanggap ng batang paslit ang pangaral ng guro.

a. maingay c. mapayapa

b. pasigaw d. paismid

30. Ang paswit ay sa aso, ang Oo ay sa tao.

a. Palo c. buto

b. Sipol d. sigaw

III. Ibinigay ang tamang sa mga tulang bayani

31. Ang tawag sa mga tulang bayani


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a. dalit c. senakulo

b. epiko d. duplo

32. Tinaguriang Joseng Batute ng Pilipinas

a. Jose Garcia Villa c. Jose Corazon de Jesus

b. Francisco Baltazar d. Modesto de Castro

33. Mga sagisag na ginamit ni Rizal

a. Piping Dilat c. Pudpod at Plaridel

b. Dolores Manapat d. Dimasalang at laong laan

34. Ang “ prinsipe” ng makatang Tagalog

a. Modesto de Castro

b. Francisco Baltazar

c. Fernando bagong Lanta

d. Jose Garcia Villa

35. Siya ay tinaguriang “ Ama ng Balarila ng Wikang Pambansa”

a. Jose Villa Panganiban c. Severino Reyes

b. Lope K. Santos d. Rafael Palma

36. Isang dula noong panahon ng Hapon na isinulat ni Francisco Soc Rodrigo

a. Panibugho c. Panday Pira

b. Sa pula, Sa Puti d. Luha ng Buwaya


37. Ama ng Katipunan

a. Emilio Jacinto c. Apolinario Mabini

b. Andres Bonifacio d. Marcelo H. del Pilar

38. Isang uri ng panitikan na nagsasaad ng simulain ng mga bagay o tao sa daigdig

a. tula c. alamat

b. tibag d. maikling kwento

39. Pinakabantog at pinakamahalagang awit na nasulat ni Francisco Baltazar

a. Senakulo c. duplo

b. epiko d. Florante at Laura

40. Ang kauna-unahang Pilipinong manlilimbag


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a. Marcelo del Pilar c. Jose Maria Panganiban

b. Tomas Pinpin d. Emilio Aguinaldo

41. Ang tawag sa ating unang alpabeto

a. Alpabetong Romano c. Kartilya

b. Alibata d. Romanisasyon

42. Ang taong may “memorya fotograpica”

a. Jose Maria Panganiban

b. Jose Garcia Villa

c. Jose Corazon de Jesus

d. Jose Rizal

43. “Ama ng Dulang Pilipino”

a. Julian Balmaceda c. Lope K. Santos

b. Severino Reyes d. Emilio Jacinto

44. Siya ay tinaguriang Joseng Sisiw

a. Jose Villa Panganiban c. Jose dela Cruz

b. Pedro Paterno d. Modesto de Castro

45. Ang kilalang epiko ng mga Muslim

a. Hudhud c. Hinalawod

b. Darangan d. Bantugan
46. Ang kauna-unahang aklat na nalimbag sa pilipinas

a. Pasyon c. Doctrina Christiana

b. Barlaan at Josaphat d. Florante at Laura

47. Ama ng Wikang Pambansa

a. Emilio Aguinaldo c. Aurelio Tolentino

b. Manuel L. Quezon d. Florante at Laura

48. Ang “ Orator ng Pagbabago”

a. Graciano Lopez Jaena c. Urbana at Feliza

b. Mariano Ponce d. Jose Buhain

49. Isang dulang nagwagi ng kauna-unahang Gatimpalang Palanca


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a. Medusa c. Urbana at Feliza

b. Tibag d. Hulyo 4, 1946 A.D

50. Ang may-akda ng “Ang Cadaquilaan ng Dios”

a. Emilio Aguinaldo c. Julian Felipe

b. Marcelo H. del Pilar d. Lopez Jaena

51. Baston ni Adan Hindi mabilang-bilang

a. buhok c. dahon

b. ulan d. palay

52. Ang dalawa’Y tatlo na,

Ang maitim ay maputi na

Ang bakod ay lagas na

a. aso c. matandang tao

b. kalabaw d. punong kahoy

53. Ang anak ay nakaupo na

Ang ina’y gumagapang pa

a. kalabasa c. sanggol

b. saging d. aso

54. Kung araw ay bumbong

Kung gabi ay dahon


a. saging c. atip ng bahay

b. banig d. paying

55. Isang reyna

Nakaupo sa tasa

a. kandila c. kasoy

b. kapa d. santol

56. Dalawang magkaibigan,

unahan nang unahan.

a. trak c. bibig

b. paa d. mata
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57. Dalawang bolang sinulid

Umaabot hanggang langit

a. bola c. lobo

b. mata d. saranggola

58. May ulong walang mukha

May katawan, walang sikmura

Namamahay nang sadya

a. pako c. upo

b. palito ng posporo d. talong

59. Bumili ako ng alipin

Mataas pa sa akin

a. payong c. sombrero

b. atip d. bahay

60. Tubig sa ining-ining

Di mahipan ng hangin

a. ilog c. ulan

b. balon d. dagat

61.

a. eskursiyon c. exkursion
b. iskursiyon d. excursion

62.

a. scout c. iskawt

b. escout d. skawt

63.

a. colisiyon c. koliseum

b. kolisiyum d. coliseum

64. a

a. Istadyum c. Estadyum

b. Stadium d. estadium
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65.

a. Matematika c. matimatika

b. Mathematica d. matemateka

66. Karamihan sa mga sugapa ay mula sa wasak na tahanan.

a. malaki ang sita ng bahay

b. maliit lamang ang bahay

c. magkahiwalay ang magulang

d. walng magulang

67. Matagal na lumagay sa tahimik si Marcia. Ang ibig sabihinay _______.

a. matagal na namatay c. hindi na nagpakita

b. nag-asawa na d. nanganak na

68. Alin ang salawikain sa sumusunod:

a. Nasa Diyos ang awa

Nasa Tao ang gawa

b. Di-maliparang uwak

c. May puno walang bunga

May dahon walang sanga

d. Nag-bubuhat ng sariling bangko

69. Ang bagong alpabetong Filipino ay may ______ ng letra.


a. 20 b. 24 c. 28 d. 30

70. Ito ay bahagi ng aklat na makikita sa likod. Ito ay talaan ng lahat na mahalagang
paksa kasama ang pahina. Ang mga paksa ay nakasulat sa paalpabeto.

a. Talatuntunan c. Talahulugan

b. Talatinigan d. Talaan ng nilalaman

71. Isang kuwento ng ang gumagapang ay mga hayop na kumikilos at nagsasalita na


parang tao.

a. Parabola c. kuwento

b. pabula d. alamat

72. Ito ay isang uri ng dula na nawawakas a pagkamatay ng pangunahing tauhan.

a. komedya c. melodrama
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b. epiko d. trahedya

73. Isang kuwento hango sa banal na kasulatan na umaakay sa tao sa matuwid na


landas ng buhay. Ito ay may aral.

a. Anekdota c. parabola

b. alamat d. sanaysay

74. Isang tagisan ng mga talino sa pamamagitan ng katwiran sa pamamaraang patula.

a. balagtasan c. tula

b. talumpati d. duplo

75. Si severino Reyes na lalong kilala sa tawag na Lola Basyang ay higit na kilala sa
larangan ng:

a. dulaan c. pag-awit

b. pagtula d. balagtasan

76. Ang Kumitang ay isang uri ng awiting bayan. Ito ay may karaniwang inaawit sa:

a. paghaharana c. paghehele

b. pakikidigma d. pamamangka

77. Ang senakulo ay isang panrelihiyon; ito ay naglalayon na

a. ipaala ang kapanganakan ni Hesukristo

b. ipakita ang pagkakapatiran ng mga Kristiyano at Muslim

c. magsalarawan ngmga pinagdaanang buhay at kamatayan ni Hesukristo

d. magligtas sa mga kasalanan


78. Sa akda niyang “Guryon”, ipinalintulad ni Idelfonso Santos ang Guryon sa:

a. buhay ng tao c. anyo ng pagpapalipad

b. tibay ng pisi d. hanging habagat

79. “Unupo si Itim, sinulot ni Pula, heto na si Puti na bubuga-buga.” Ito ay halimbawa
ng isang:

a. bugtong c. alamat

b. salawikain d. kuwentong bayan

80. “Ang sinuman ay makabubuo ng matibay na lubid kung pagsasamahin ang


sinulid.” Ang ibig sabihin ng kasabihang ito ay:

a. Mahirap magkaisa ang mga tao.

b. Madali ang gumawa ng lubid kung may sinulid


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c. Kailangan natin ang lubid sa ating mga Gawain.

d. Magkakaroon tayo ng lakas kung tayo’y magkakaisa.

81. “Ang taong nagigipit sa patalm kumapit.” Ano ang ibig sabihin ng salawikaing ito:

a. Ang kaligtasan ng taong nagigipit ay sa tapang ng dibdib

b. Susuungin ng tao kahit ani mang panganib upang malunasan ang kanyang
problema

c. Malapit sa panganib ang mga taong nagigipit.

d. Huwag makiharap sa taong nagigipit sapagkat siya ay siguradong galit

82. Alin sa sumusunod ang hindi tuluyang anyo ng panitikan?

a. korido c. kuwentong bayan

b. alamat d. maikling kuwento

83. Tukuyin kung anong uri ng panitikan ang “Isang bayabas, pito ang butas.”

a. Sawikain c. Salawikain

b. Idyoma d. Bugtong

84. “Ano man ang tibay ng piling abaka ay wala ring lakas kapag nag-iisa.” Isinasasaad
ng salawikaing ito ang kahalagaan ng :

a. pagkakaisa’t pagtutulungan

b. tibay ng dibdib at lakas kahit nag-iisa

c. pagkakaroon ng lakas kahit nag-iisa

d. pagpapalakas ng loob lalo’t nag-iisa


85. Sa akin lipain doon nagmula

Lahat ng pagkain nitong ating bansa

Ang lahat ng tao mayaman o dukha

Sila’y umaasa sa pawis ko’t gawa.

Ano ang ipinahihiwatig ng saknong?

a. Lahat ng pagkain ay sa magsasaka nagmumula

b. Lahat ng magsasaka ay may lupang sinasaka

c. Lahat ng tao’t bagay ay galling sa lupa

d. Lahat ng umaasa sa biyayang galling sa magsasaka.

86. Ang kaibigan ko ay isa lamang maralita.


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a. mangmang c. mabait

b. maliliit na tao d. mahirap

87. Si Nena ay inaruga ng kanyang lola mula pa noong siya’y maulila.

a. pinabayaan c. inalagaan

b. pinamigay d. kinuha

88. Palasak na ang desenyong iyan.

a. pambihira c. magastos

b. pangkaraniwan d. wala sa moda

89. Ang mga salbahe ay kinamuhian niya

a. kinakalinga c. kinatatakutan

b. kinukumusta d. kinasusuklaman

90. Ang mga kawal na lumabag sa utos ay binigyan ng babala.

a. sundalo c. kusinero

b. kaibigan d. pulis

91. Nangangamba ka ba na hindi ka niya pagbibigyan?

a. nasisiyahan c. nababanas

b. natatakot d. naiinis

92. Ang pagpunta sa Saudi Arabia ay di-gawang biro.

a. Madali c. mahirap
b. masayang Gawain d. maayos

93. Si Miguel ay sumakabilang buhay na noong Linggo.

a. nagpaalam c. nagpunta sa siyudad

b. namatay d. nagbayad ng utang

94. Bakit mukhang Biyernes Santo si Marko.

a. malungkot c. mukhang masaya

b. lumuluha d. tumatawa

95. Nakaririmarim ang nangyaring sakuna sa dagat.

a. nakalulungkot c. nakaiinis

b. nakatatakot d. nakapangingilabot
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96. Ang dayuhang siyang pinakamatalik na kaibigan ni Rizal ay

a. Austin Craig c. Otley beyer

b. Ferdinand Blumentritt d. Don Eulogio Despujl

97. Dahil sa tulong at pagmamalasakit ni

a. Dona Aurora A. Quezon

b. Tandang Sora

c. Luz B. Magsaysay

Sa kapakanan ng mga sinalanta ng sakuna, siyay tinaguriang Ina ng Kruz na Pula.

98. Kung ano ang “Urbana at felisa” sa mga tagalog ang

a. Lagda c. Bidasari

b. Maragtas d. Hudhud

ay siya naman sa mga Bisaya.

99. Sa mga tauhan ng Noli Me Tangere ni Rizal, si

a. Basilio c. Capitan Tiago

b. Elias d. Simon

Ang nagligtas kay Ibarra sa kapahamakan

100. Ang aklat ng mga tinipong tula sa Tagalog ni Lope K. Santos ay pinamagatang

a. Damdamin c. Tungkos ng Alaala

b. Puso at Diwa d. Mga Dahong Ginto


#WORK HARD, DREAM HARDER

filipino

1 B 51 B 9 B 59 C

2 B 52 C 10 A 60 B

3 B 53 A 11 A 61 B

4 B 54 B 12 A 62 C

5 B 55 C 13 B 63 B

6 A 56 B 14 A 64 A

7 B 57 B 15 B 65 A

8 A 58 B 16 B 66 C
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17 A 67 B 34 B 84 A

18 C 68 A 35 B 85 D

19 B 69 C 36 B 86 D

20 C 70 A 37 B 87 C

21 B 71 B 38 C 88 B

22 B 72 D 39 D 89 D

23 A 73 C 40 B 90 A

24 A 74 A 41 A 91 B

25 B 75 A 42 A 92 C

26 D 76 B 43 B 93 B

27 B 77 C 44 C 94 A

28 A 78 A 45 B 95 D

29 C 79 A 46 C 96 B

30 B 80 D 47 B 97 A

31 A 81 B 48 A 98 D

32 C 82 A 49 D 99 D

33 D 83 D 50 B 100 B

GENERAL EDUCATION
EXAM DRILL VI

1. How does peer group influence adolescence?

a. Allows the young to free himself from too much dependence on his family

b. Allows the young to stay away from home

c. Stops the learning and developments of social roles

d. Provides the adolescents the time to make unwise decisions

2. Which of the following explains why the plateau

phenomenon often found in human being does


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NOT exist in animal learning experiments?

a. Animals are unable to profit from errors.

b. Animals are unable to spurt in learning.

c. Animals have weak incentive in learning.

d. The incentive in animal learning is constant.

3. Heredity has a part in determining intelligence. Which of the following statements


support this principle?

a. Environment affects both fraternal and identical twins.

b. Intelligence hinges in physical structure.

c. Intelligence is determined partly by pre – natal nutrition.

d. Identical twins are more alike than fraternal twins.

4. Terman’s studies of superior children show that in moral and personal traits the
superiority is significantly marked. What does this suggest to the teacher?

a. Provide this group with more experiences in school outside of moral and personal.

b. Expose this group to moral and personal experiences.

c. Distribute the activities of this group equally between moral and personal.

d. Limit the experience of this group to personal growth.

5. The Educational Act of 1992 expressly granted to institutions of higher learning the
freedom to determine on academic grounds who shall be the subjects of study and
research. This refers to ________.
a. academic freedom c. institutional freedom

b. educational freedom d. constitutional freedom

6. Human development follows a pattern. Which of the following demonstrates this


theory?

a. In a Geography class, children learn the different provinces ahead of their own
town.

b. Petra names sampaguita, roses, and camia before learning the word flower.

c. In Mathematics, learners know division ahead of addition.

d. A child learns the word ANIMALS before he can name dog, cat, goat, and cow.

7. Who introduced the technique of using the drawing of a man as a measure of


intelligence?

a. Binet b. Aristotle c. Herbert d. good enough


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8. How does a teacher demonstrate that the course of human development can be
influenced positively by manipulating some aspects of the internal and external
development?

a. Providing learners with a set of routine activities to be followed strictly.

b. Providing learners with a variety of enriched learning materials and aids for the
different subjects.

c. Arranging the seats in such a way that every learner feels comfortable.

d. Keeping the room well – ventilated, orderly and clean.

9. Section V, Article XIV of the 1986 Constitution provides that the State shall assign
the highest budgetary priority to education to _________.

a. Ensure that all schools are provided with modern equipment and facilities

b. Encourage teachers to conduct more researches and studies on the arts and
culture.

c. Attract the best available talents through adequate remuneration

d. Curtail the exodus of teachers seeking employment abroad

10. With whose philosophy was pragmatism identified?

a. Binet b. Pertalozze c. Terman d. Dewey

11. The psychological developmentalist made the child the center of the educational
process through application of its law of learning. Teaching should therefore be primarily
directed towards the _______.

a. Use of effective media technology

b. Systematic formulation of methods


c. Promotion of the child’s social unconsciousness.

d. Development of the child from within

12. Due to mismatch of manpower and high rate of unemployment trained Filipino
professionals seek employment in foreign lands. This refers to the problem of _____.

a. disadvantage workers

b. Filipino domestic workers

c. Filipino overseas workers

d. Brain drain

13. When and adolescent combines ability to use deductive and inductive reasoning in
constructing realistic rules that he can respect and live by, how does he perceive his
environment?
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a. He sees the world and himself through the eyes of other people

b. He interprets events from a limited view

c. He sees events apart form himself and other people

d. He views the world from his own perceptive

14. The primary objective of bilingual education is to prepare the learners to be _____.

a. Proficient in Filipino and in eight major dialects

b. Proficient in both Filipino and English

c. Globally competitive

d. Proficient in English and another foreign language

15. Pre – school education is a recognition that the period of greatest mental
development among individuals is from _________ years.

a. 9 to 12 b. 3 to 6 c. 6 to 9 d. 12 to 15

16. All learning is bond connecting. In which of the following is this principle NOT
applicable?

a. attitudes b. reflexes c. skills d. habits

17. With whose ideas is the development of contemporary curriculum program in


elementary education PRIMARILY associated?

a.Horace Mann c. Henry Barnard

b. John Dewey d. Edward Thorndike

18. Which of the following statements involving the relative mental abilities of
delinquent and non – delinquent children has been supported by studies to be generally
TRUE?

a. Non – delinquent children are somewhat brighter than delinquent children.

b. There are no significant differences between them.

c. Delinquent children are slightly but significantly brighter.

d. There are marked differences between the performance of the two groups.

19. Teacher A allowed the learners to do what the law permits within his class. She
advocates one or the other of the following:

I. Freedom and authority are not antagonistic

II. Freedom is the legitimate offspring of authority

III. Authority is the legitimate offspring of freedom


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IV. Freedom and authority are antagonistic

Which is it?

a. I and II b. III and IV c. II and IV d. I and III

20. Professionalization of teachers and teaching as promulgated in Presidential Decree


No. 1006, defines teaching as a profession concerned with classroom institution ______.

a. At the elementary and secondary levels in both public and private schools

b. By teachers of permanent status

c. At the tertiary level in both public and private institutions

d. By teachers on full – time basis

21. Which of these statements is TRUE regarding the indoctrination of a child in


making decisions?

a. This will facilitate the child’s ability to make decisions.

b. This will make him dependent on the thinking of others.

c. This will give him the opportunity to make right decisions at an early stage.

d. This will enhance his ability to think and decide.

22. The 18th century doctrine advocates for education in accordance with nature.
Educator who hold this view stressed that in learning the child should be ________.

a. Trained in accordance with the standards set by the teacher

b. Naturally disciplined for him to concentrate more

c. Subjected to a specific regimen on training


d. Allowed to develop according to his own inner impulses and inclinations

23. Social development means that acquisition of the ability to behave in accordance
with ________.

a. social insights c. universal norms

b.stereotype behavior d. social expectations

24. Which of these contributions was the idea advanced by “Gestalt” psychologists?

a. The best method of learning is through “conditioning”

b. Each “faculty” of the brain must be provided with appropriate exercise

c. The individual reacts to a total environment

d. A particular stimulus will lead to a specific response


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25. In content, this movement initiated a systematic objective analysis of curriculum


materials in order to determine scientifically what should be taught. This refers to _____.

a. social experimentalism

b. rationalism

c. developmentalism

d. scientific determinism

26. Which policy of the State does the administration of the National Elementary
Achievement Test (NEAT) enhance?

a. The coordination of functions and activities of educational institutions

b. The maintenance of the highest quality of education

c. The revision of elementary education curriculum to make it responsive to the


needs of the time

d. The evaluation of elementary grade graduates

27. Which of the current classroom practices is influenced by Skinner’s operant


conditioning?

a. Connection between stimulus and response

b. Involuntary response to a stimulus

c. Progression of subordinate learning

d. Reinforcement of correct practices

28. Development tasks are to be learned by the individual at each stage of


development. If these tasks are not developed at an early stage, this may cause
problems in later years. Arrange the following tasks according to the stages when they
occur in one’s life span:

I. Acquiring a set of values and an ethical system

II. Developing conscience, morality and a scale of values

III. Learning to distinguish right from wrong

IV. Taking on civic responsibility

a. III, I, II, IV b. II, IV, I, III c. III, II, I, IV d. I, II, III, IV

29. To strengthen teacher education the Teacher Education Council created under R.A.
No. 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, based on certain criteria. This will be called _________.

a. Department of Teacher Education


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b. Teacher Education Commission

c. Teacher Education Center of Excellence

d. Commission on Teacher Education

30. This system of learning includes ways and methods which are used in preserving
and building certain traditions within cultural communities. This refers to _____.

a. indigenous learning system

b. non – formal learning system

c. cultural learning system

d. multi-level learning system

31. Values Education in the NSEC is offered as a separate subject as values


development in the NESC is _____.

a. Integrated with Technology and Home Economics

b. Integrated in all subject areas

c. Emphasized in Science and Technology

d. Emphasized for creativity and productivity

32. The environment must be interactive to facilitate learning, which of the following
situations is an example of this?

a. The class goes out ad discovers the habitat of insects.

b. The teacher shows posters of the habitat of insects.

c. The class copies a list of facts concerning the habitat of insects


d. The teacher lectures on the habitat of insects

33. In teaching the major classification of plants and animals, which of the following
will be MOST effective?

a. Memorize the plants and animals under each classification

b. Invite a speaker to lecture on this subject

c. List down all plants and animals under each classification

d. Let the students discover the characteristics of plants and animals under each
classification

34. The Gabaldon Act of the Philippine Assembly helps greatly in the expansion
program of the educational system by _____.

a. Authorizing the levy of taxes for school purposes


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b. Providing local funds for educational facilities

c. Providing for a highly centralized system of administering the public schools

d. Appropriating a large sum for the construction of schools

35. Social experimentation believes that education should develop in the learner a
social motive and intelligence to enable them to help solve problems of a changing
society. Teachers are therefore encouraged to _____.

a. Tell the learners to accept social traditions wholly because social heritage is of
great value

b. Teach the learners what to do as they know better in making right decisions

c. Involve the community and discuss objectively relevant issues to guide learners in
evaluating them

d. Influence the learners in making choices and conclusions as regards controversial


issues.

36. The operation “Return to the basics” saw its embodiment in the _____.

a. National Elementary Achievement Test

b. New Elementary School Curriculum

c. New Secondary Education Curriculum

d. National Secondary Achievement Test

37. Children in the early childhood stage consider teachers and parents as authorities
and models. What does this statement imply?

a. Teachers and parents should serve as role models at all times


b. Parent – teacher conference should always be an activity in school.

c. Teachers should demand complete obedience from the learners in school.

d. Parents should enforce strict discipline at home and teachers in school.

38. How can the Athenian ideal of education of forming a cultural soul in a graceful and
symmetrical body be achieved?

a. By a well – balanced development of mind, body, and soul

b. By giving more focus on vocational education

c. By emphasis on physical education

d. By adopting the philosophy “know thyself”

39. The principle of individual differences requires teachers to _____.

a. Prepare modules for slow learners in the class


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b. Give more attention to the gifted students

c. Provide varied learning activities to suit individual needs

d. Treat all learners alike while in the classroom

40. Which of the following would you consider MOST indicative of actual
maladjustment of a student?

a. Finding fault with the work of his classmate

b. Spending his entire allowance each week on science fiction paperbacks

c. Inviting his classmates to eating places in an attempt to make popular

d. Failing to take care of school properties

41. In which of the following teacher tasks is knowledge of children’s affective


development LEAST significant?

a. Understanding the emotionally – based causes of pupil behavior

b. Helping children overcome negative emotions

c. Sampling of classroom activities that generate excitement and happiness

d. Exploring one’s own emotional reactions to various types of pupil behavior

42. Which of the following demonstrates that education and culture tend to be
cyclical?

a. Culture is transmitted by the school system, and the classroom becomes the place
of transmission

b. The school is shaped by culture and culture in turn is influenced by the school.
c. The school functions primarily as a transmitter of culture and is a change agent

d. The school becomes the avenue by which individuals learn their culture

43. Section 5, Article XIV of the Constitution states that academic freedom shall be
enjoyed in _____.

a. Public assemblies

b. All institutions of higher learning

c. State colleges and universities d. All levels of learning

44. According to Magna Carta for teachers, a teacher assigned to a school ten or more
kilometers from the poblacion without regular means of transportation to reach it, is
entitled to _____.

a. Service credits of one day for every five days of service during the whole year
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b. A hardship allowance of 2.5 percent of the monthly salary as additional


compensation

c. An additional compensation of 50 percent of the monthly salary

d. The privilege of teaching only four days a week.

45. Which of the following statements regarding muscular development justify the
selection of prospective contestants for an inter - collegiate tournament in weight lifting
form the high school group?

a. It continues to grow reaching its peak at age 20

b. It depends upon the proportion of muscles and fate which stabilizes after age 20

c. It reaches its peak at age 17 and stabilizes till age 20

d. It reaches full maturation after age 20

46. Free and compulsory education as mandated in the 1987 constitution holds true for
_____.

a. All children of school age

b. Elementary and secondary education

c. Grade VI pupils d. Education in the primary grade

47. Which of the following illustrates the Christian perspective of democracy in


education?

a. Education controlled by the government

b. Equal opportunities of educating men and women

c. Education subsidized by the government


d. Education of all human beings without distinction of race, social, economic, or
political status of the like.

48. Learning increases directly in proportion to the extent to which the learner is
wholly bound up in his task. How does a teacher show this to her lesson? The teacher
gives lessons that _______.

a. Have significant and worth to the child

b. Are easy to comprehend

c. Portray complex ideas

d. Are fictitious to appear to their imagination

49. Why are some administrators slow in accepting computers in their school in spite
of its efficiency and effectiveness in the overall management? Which of these
statements below are likely to be the reason?
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I. the cost of hardware is high

II. computer literate teachers are few

III. programs needed to run the computer are not available

a. II and II only c. I and III only

b. I and II only d. I, II, and II

50. Which of the following behavior indicates that a child has developed conventional
maturity? The behavior is based on _____.

a. Personal decisions based on his satisfaction

b. The desire to avoid severe physical punishment by a superior authority

c. Internalized ideals to avoid self – condemnation rather than social censure

d. The expectations of the group or society in general to gain approval

51. A child in his early childhood has to be provided manipulative materials to develop
_____.

a.readingreadiness skill c.pre – handwriting skills

b. social skills d. numeration skills

52. In each stage of development a psycho – social crisis occurs. This view is spoused
by _____.

a. Freud b. Erickson c. Piaget d. Thorndike

53. Those who teach children at the late childhood stage should be more attentive and
patient with their numerous, endless, and often curious queries because _____.
a. The questions need not be answered as long as the teacher listens

b. At this age children enjoy listening more than talking

c. This stage of development is the “questioning stage”

d. Children at this stage are more prone to tease and irritate their teacher

54. How is curriculum designed to provide for individual differences?

a. Providing realistic and meaningful experiences

b. Including minimum essentials for each subject area

c. Emphasizing social organization and procedures

d. Making provision for some degree of flexibility

55. Which of the following teacher behavior BEST illustrates an instance in which a
teacher provid0ed students with facilitative instructional feedback?
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a. Teacher B graded the students composition by marking them “Pass” or “Fail”. He


requested that students who failed repeat their work.

b. Teacher D gave a department test in history.

c. Teacher C gave a spelling test. Words missed by a number of students appeared in


the next test.

d. Teacher A walked around the classroom watching the learner do their work. She
watches each student go through the process praising those who did it correctly and
showing others how to correct their use of faulty procedures.

56. What does good teaching require the teacher to be MOST alert to?

a. Family background of student

b. Public concerns about education

c. Appropriate behavior and proper rewards

d. Poor behavior and use of immediate punishment

57. Freedom in a democracy as applied in the classroom means _____.

a. Teacher’s freedom with restraint

b. Pupil’s freedom to reason out their side of a question

c. Teacher’s freedom to do anything that he pleases

d. Teacher’s freedom to plan classroom activities the way she sees fit

58. Which of the following characteristics should an innovator consider in advocating a


change?

a. The direction of change must come under scrutiny of and control by intelligence
and reason

b. Changes occur at different levels of operation as well as at different levels of


conceptualization

c. All of these d. Change takes place at various rates

59. In which of these activities will the success of the teacher in the classroom
depend?

a. He can steer and guide pupils properly

b. He employs various techniques she learns from books

c. He implements suggestions on how to manage a class

d. He makes decisions

60. What is Piaget’s practical implication in the field of education?


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a. Cognitive growth is independent of accommodation and assimilation

b. Emphasis on children thinking should be on the products rather than the process

c. Individual differences should be overlooked and accept that all children pass
through all stages at equal rates

d. Children cannot acquire cognitive cognitive skills for which they are not
developmentally ready

61. Piaget views the adolescent as a thinker. When confronted with a complex
problem involving alternate solutions skills for which a number of variables, the
adolescent can ___________.

a. Solve the complex problem without isolating the variables

b. Pretend that the problem has been resolved without even trying

c. Think of ways to avoid the complex problem

d. Mentally isolate the variables and try systematic combinations to arrive at the
proper solution

62. Reducing certain class activities to routinely work helps to make teaching more
effective. Which of these reasons is the MOST appropriate for this?

a. It gives teachers and learners time to do more important task

b. It provides learners valuable training and sharing of ideas in doing routine training

c. It enables teachers and learners to spend more time with each other

d. It allows teachers to write their lesson plans for the next day

63. Self – confidence in learning is best achieved when the teacher gives a child ______.
a. Assignment that will challenge his best efforts

b. Work that are of interest to him

c. Tasks that are easy to accomplish

d. Necessary direction to perform tasks successfully

64. Which of the following is the most positive factor of programmed instruction from
the standpoint of teaching?

a. It is based on technological progress

b. It frees the teacher to do things besides teaching

c. It provides the students with immediate feedback

d. It is as effective and more economical than teachers


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65. The development of modern complex devices such as TV, overhead projectors,
videotapes, slide projectors, etc., is significant to teaching and learning because
_____________.

a. Materials which are commonplace or expensive have become obsolete

b. The teacher is provided with more tools which add dimensions to his teaching

c. Teaching devices that have been improvised must be replaced

d. The teacher can show that she is up – to – date in her teaching

66. Psychologists have stressed the importance of feedback in motivating people.


Which of these is the best feedback?

a. Correcting the papers immediately and calling the attention to good answers made
by students

b. Returning the graded papers and calling attention to mistakes made by students

c. Returning the graded papers to the pupils with comments written on them

d. Posting on the bulletin board a list of students with their grades ranked from
highest to lowest

67. Young children have trouble attending to more than one event at a time. This is a
principle that affects auditory perception. Which of the following implications for
teaching can be derived from the principle?

a. The teacher should set up lessons where accuracy is rewarded

b. The teacher should determine the pupil’s readiness before a new lesson is
introduced

c. The teacher should have everyone’s attention when she is giving instructions
d. The teacher should help the pupils develop devices to aid recall

68. The ultimate aim of good classroom management is to _________.

a. Establish conditions that make possible effortless teaching and learning

b. Set up condition that brings about effective teaching and learning

c. Secure conformity to rules with ease

d. Remove the physical conditions in the room that distract children’s attention

69. One of the distinct features of childhood is the increase of motor coordination and
body control. In view of this, teacher should ___.

a. Guard against too much physical exhaustion

b. Set rules children should observe in playing

c. Not forget that children have unique growth patterns


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d. Make available for the children various play equipment

70. A child needs enough challenge and stimuli in his surroundings to trigger additional
development of his _____________.

a. interest c. potentialities

b. intelligence d.social/emotional development

71. The tendency to imitate elders is very strong in the early childhood stage.
Teachers should therefore be very good ______________.

a. Facilitator of learning c. role models

b. disciplinarians d. counselors

72. In the evaluation approach, the following are true EXCEPT one. Which is this?

a. Grade just to be different

b. Emphasize objectivity

c. Emphasize respect for evidence

d. Represent the best thinking & effort

73. Which of the following assumptions is based on principles of child development?

a. Children should be expected to reach the average achievement for their age group

b. Children may differ in rate of growth

c. Children’s learning styles are unstable until early adolescence

d. The growth patterns of children cannot be predicted

74. How should the penalty of an offending student be imposed by the teacher?
a. Penalty should be retributive and based upon the offense

b. Administer the penalty immediately

c. Adjust the penalty to the motive behind the offense

d. Penalty should be severe to give offender a lesson

75. A continuous program of in – service education in the skills is necessary to


implement the innovation because ______________.

a. It is not possible to provide a program of in – service education on a one–shot basis

b. In the years ahead, there will be many sources of changes in the curriculum

c. it takes time to convince teachers to implement such innovation

d. of continuous teacher turn over


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76. Who among these students will generally BEST demonstrate reading
comprehension?

a. One who has read a selection silently

b. One who has read aloud to another student

c. One who has engaged in reading aloud to the class

d. One who has read aloud to the teacher

77. Repetition may facilitate the learning process when the repetitions are ___________.

a. Undertaken in different settings

b. Kept as short as possible

c. Given in the same form each time

d. Spared in such a way that there is short interval between repetitions

78. A child’s mental development is clearly revealed by his ________.

a. ability to deal with abstract objects

b. capacity to remember things

c. ability to deal with reality

d. ability to use language

79. Learning experiences in social studies can be taught in three primary ways EXCEPT
one. Which is this?

a. Experiences which provides opportunity for the development of group skills,


attitudes and procedures
b. Experiences which divert the interest and attitude of the learner

c. Experience which develop necessary skills in the individual

d. Experiences which increase knowledge and understanding of social studies


concepts and generalization

80. According to Freud’s psychoanalytic point of view, guilt develops when a child
_____________.

a. Turns unconsciously his pent up feelings towards himself

b. Suppress his feelings to his work

c. Sublimate consciously thru arts

d. Identifies himself to adults he admires


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81. After the test in Araling Panlipunan, the pupils corrected their own work .Their
grades were not recorded. The pupils referred to their books for the correct answers.
What is the advantage of this procedure to the learners?

a. Attention was directed to learning itself, not grades

b. Cooperation was developed when pupils compared answers

c. The learners lost their fear of grades

d. Undue competition was eliminated

82. Which is the MOST valid statement concerning the aim of a lesson?

a. Each child should be asked to write the aim of each lesson in his notebook daily

b. The teacher should write the aim on the blackboard at the beginning of each
lesson

c. The teacher should announce at the beginning of each period the aim of the lesson

d. The aim should be an outgrowth of and developed from the motivations

83. Concepts are generally learned in sequence according to the learner’s stage of
cognitive development. Below are some concepts. Arrange them in the order they
come.

a. Mother puts away a new bag. I know the bag still exists.

b. A gallon is more than a liter of water.

c. If 8 is to 16, 16 to 32, 32 to 64.

d. Night is when there is no sun; there are moon and stars instead.

a. A-C-B-D b. A-D-B-C c. B-C-D-A d. A-C-D-B


84. Bossing defines lesson plans as a “statement of achievements to be realized and
the specific means by which these are to be attained as a result of the activities engaged
in day by day under the guidance of the teacher.” This definition emphasizes the
following EXCEPT one. Which is this?

a. Lessons are means of acquiring desirable habits, attitudes and skills

b. Attention is focused on the learner rather than on the subject matter itself

c. Knowledge is an end in itself

d. The spotlight is on the child with teacher in the background serving as guide

85. Which of these statements provides the BEST reason for the use of dramatization
in the classroom?

a. It allows the teacher to use psychodrama as a psychological tool

b. Children enjoys character portrayal


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c. It allows children to make moral statements to the class

d. It enables the students to learn cooperative self – expression

86. The theory of “identical elements” on learning holds that transfer is facilitated
when the _________________.

a. Development task is easily identified

b. Teacher uses different teaching devices

c. Learner has a mastery of specific responses

d. Experience is similar to the application situation

87. A supervised study lesson is one whose purpose is to teach children how to study
a given subject effectively. In the supervised study lesson ____________.

a. The guidance takes place in the classroom

b. The pupil is taught the technique of learning

c. The teacher acts as guide in the various study procedures

d. Guidance in on a one to one correspondent

88. As a teacher, it is important to view instruction from distinct vantage points


_________.

a. That which precedes the actual event of instruction

b. The instructional situation itself

c. The subject matter one has to reach

d. That which follows instruction


89. If this need is not met the adolescent tends to be critical and always tries to find
fault. This is the need _____.

a. for adventure c. for maternal security

b. for recognitiond. to belong

90. Of the following, which is the LEAST valuable way for a teacher to present a new
lesson?

a. Explore some interest already possessed by the learner.

b. Elicit an explanation of the importance of the subject

c. Develop and overview of the subject

d. Hand out a step – by – step outline of the lesson.

91. An observer can say that a classroom is well – managed if learners _____.
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a. Pursue their tasks without inhibitions

b. Are earnestly engaged in activities that lead to lead the realization of a desired
goal.

c. Are under the control and supervision of the teacher

d. Observe silence as they go about their activities

92. As an effective learning tool, how should audiovisual aids be used?

a. To reward outstanding scholastic achiever

b. By disciplining children and focusing their attention on a subject

c. As a stimulus to promote learning

d. As part of a planned lesson

93. This is the stage when the learner become confused and starts to experience
identity crisis. This is the ____________.

a. earlyadulthood stage c. late childhood stage

b. early childhood stage d. adolescent stage

94. The way a child talks, walks or manifests gestures may have been learned from
models he had been exposed to. This explains ________ learning.

a. cognitive b. affective c. insight d. social

95. In using individualized instruction, how should the teacher begin?

a. Identify the abilities of the learners

b. Evaluate the teaching – learning outcome


c. Present the activities needed in the lessons

d. Prepare the necessary materials

96. Concept formation starts with the _________.

a. Child’s ability to develop a general ideas as he goes over his experiences.

b. Use of audio-visual materials for meaning.

c. Teacher’s providing rich experiences

d. Question and problems that challenge thinking.

97. Mrs. Reyes attempts to draw every student into her classroom discussion. What
students’ need is she trying to address?

a. To get everything out in the open

b. To be creative
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c. To feel significant and be a part of a large group

d. To show their oral abilities to the rest of class.

98. The discovery approach refers to an inductive method of guiding pupils to discuss
and organize ideas and processes by themselves. One of the chief responsibilities of the
teacher in use of this method is to ______.

a. Identify the controlled and manipulated variables present at the situation.

b. Provide the proper setting for problem – solving within which children can discover
solutions to the problem at hand.

c. Provide continuity in the learning process.

d. Interpret data recorded based on previous experiences.

99. Audio – visual aids are used in classroom teaching to _______.

a. Arouse and sustain student’s interest

b. Help make learning more permanent

c. Help clarify important concepts d. All of these

100. Which of the following are aspects of classroom management?

a. Care of routine factors and classroom discipline

b. Teacher’s right kind of interest in her pupils and in their schoolwork

c. Teacher’s ability to handle snags in classroom activities and concern for her pupils

d. Development of children’s positive attitude towards school rules and regulations

101. Which of the following is the MOST important purpose for using achievement test?
To measure the ________.

a. Capacity for future learning

b. Quality and quantity of previous learning

c. Educational and vocational aptitude

d. Quality and quantity of previous teaching

102. What rank should be assigned to 92 in the following distribution of grade point
averages of seven candidates for the Honor Roll?

97.5 90.5 93.5 92.5 95 991.5

a. 3 b. 2 c. 4 d. 5

103. Which of the items below will measure this objective. “The student will be able to
solve word problems using percent.”
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a. Juan correctly answered 8 of 12 questions on a test. What percent is this?

b. Is .02 = 20 percent TRUE of FALSE?

c. Tricia ate ¾ of a pie. How much is left?

d. Maria received a 90 percent on her test. Explain why this is a good score.

104. An item has a discrimination index of .41 and a difficulty index of 35. What can a
teacher conclude about the item?

a. The item cannot discriminate between the poor and bright students.

b. The item is a very difficult one

c. The item can highly discriminate between the poor and bright students.

d. The item is a moderately difficult one

105. Which of the different types of test covers a wide variety of objectives?

a. essay b. matching c. multiple choice d. true – false

106. Which of the following statements about the use of tests is the best?

a. Grades should reward effort

b. Grades should be used as incentives

c. Grades should follow a strict curve

d. Grades should reflect quality and quantity of performances

107. In a multiple choice test, keeping the options brief indicates ______.

a. Plausibility and attractiveness of the item


b. Inclusion in the item irrelevant clues such as the use in the correct answer of a
word found in the stem

c. Inclusion in the item any word that must otherwise be repeated in each response

d. Non – inclusion of options that mean the same

108. The first step in constructing test is ________.

a. Outlining the subject matter content of the test

b. Preparing a table of specification

c. Defining the objectives d. Writing the test items

109. The most difficult and significant stage in research work is _______.

a. subjects of the study c. problem identification

b. statistical treatment d. research methods


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110. To test whether a student knows what a particular word mean which of the
following is best for her to ask the student to do?

a. Select the correct meaning

b. Define the word

c. Use it in a sentence

d. Identify its part of speech

111. Performance in Mathematics Test

CLASS

D N

40

35

40

39 MEAN

57.30

57.08

58.12
58.25 STANDARD DEVIATION

8.92

10.17

11.85

10.28

Using the mean as basis for comparison, what can you say about the four classes in the
above table?

a. Class D showed the best performance

b. Classes B, C and D showed about the same performance

c. Class D did better than Class C

d. Classes A and B have about the same performance.


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112. In psychology, what does “reciprocal modification” refer to?

a. class interval

b. range c. standard deviation

d. variance

113. The simplest measure of the spread of scores is the ____________.

a. class interval c. conditioned reflex

b. range d. transfer of training

114. Below are objectives stated differently. Which one is stated as affective objective?

a. After completing this unit, the teacher should be able to give two types of retention
problems associated with learning disabled children

b. After reading this unit, the teacher should be able to write clear behavioral
objectives related to learning disabled children

c. After reading this unit, the teacher should have a greater sensitivity to the
characteristics of learning disabled children

d. After reading this unit, the teacher should be able to indicate a language problem
characteristic of learning disabled children

115. Which of the following describes a bi – modal distribution?

a. A group of scores whose range scores fall within the 68.26% of the normal curve

b. A group of score with two different scores with the same lowest frequency

c. A group of scores with two different score with the same highest frequency
d. A group of scores whose range of scores fall within the mean +1 S.D. of the normal
curve

116. Studies show that children who make exceptionally good records in elementary
grades also make superior in high school. What does this suggest?

a. Expose elementary grade pupils to varied experiences

b. Increase the appropriation for elementary schooling

c. Promote all pupils in the elementary schools

d. Strengthen the foundation in elementary education

117. Mr. Juan noticed that one of his students is a drug dependent. What should Mr.
Juan do?

a. Report the student to the rehabilitation center

b. Talk to the boy’s parents for rehabilitation purposes


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c. Ignore the problem

d. Report the problem to the principal for proper action

118. Students who make higher scores on a college entrance examination generally get
better marks in college than those who get lower scores in the same year. Evidently, the
test that was administered to them possesses what type of validity?

a.Construct b. Contentc. Predictive d. Concurrent

119. Which of the following does an aptitude test attempt to predict?

a. An individual’s general knowledge

b. Probable success in a given course

c. Level of efficiency of an individual

d. An individual capacity for improvement without training

120. When a parent keeps an appointment to visit a teacher to complain the progress of
her son, which of these should the teacher do?

a. Carefully study the complete school record of her son and present these to the
parent

b. Point out that her son obtained low marks in previous curricular year

c. Tell the parent that many students in the class are failing

d. Ask the parent if she has supervised carefully her son’s homework

121. Which of these criteria is the most important in test construction?

a. The stem should contain the central problem


b. Items should be congruent with the objectives

c. A table of specification should be prepared

d. Options should be of almost the same length

122. Consider the following data:

TEST IN ALGEBRA TEST IN BIOLOGY

Total number of items 80 100

Susan’s score 74 94

Mean 50 70

Standard deviation 12 10

What can you say about Susan’s performance relative to other test takers?
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a. The given information is not sufficient to make any interpretation about Susan’s
performance

b. Susan performed better in Algebra than in Biology

c. Susan performed better in Biology than in Algebra

d. Susan performed equally well in both

123. Questions can be directed towards either convergent or divergent thinking. It is


directed towards thinking if ________.

a. it is prescriptive

b. there is only one correct answer

c. it calls for varied responses

d. the behavior is not observable

124. Problems of discipline and class management should be considered in light of


which of the following principles?

a. Interests of the school and of the individual pupil are identical

b. The child is the center of all activities and the school is nothing

c. Interests of any individual must always give way before those of the group of which
he is a member

d. Interests of the school are supreme and must be maintained

125. Which of these terms cannot be used by itself to interpret individual score on an
intelligence test?

a. Standard deviation c. Percentile


b. Stanine d. Standard score

126. A completely stated objective should be contain the following elements: object,
behavior, conditions, performance level, target individual, and time. Below, you will find
an objective. Read it carefully and identify the element in capital letters

“Given a list of 5 passages, EIGHTY – FIVE PERCENT (85%) OF THE STUDENTS will identify
correctly 3 of the passages which means compassion, after the discussion.”

a. Performance level c. Target individuals

b. Behavior d. Object

127. Generally speaking, the grading system adopted in our schools is appropriate in
_______________.

a. Appraising present achievement and potential

b. Indicating weak points as areas for improvement


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c. Predicting success in the field of work and employment

d. Identifying strong points for reinforcement purposes

128. In the achievement test of 150 items two students obtained the highest score of
143. What should be the rank of each score?

a. One will be ranked 1 and the other 1.5

b. Both will be ranked 1

c. Both will be ranked 1.5

d. One will be ranked 1 and the other 2

129. Supposing a researcher wants to answer the question: “Will using high ability
students to tutor low ability students increase the language skill of all students
involved?” What research method is appropriate to use?

a. Historical c. Descriptive

b. Experimental d Casual –comparative

130. A teacher using the results of a formative evaluation can ________.

a. Compare his students’ relative standing in class

b. Give remedial instruction

c. Improve his instruction d. All of these

131. Guidance is a part of a teacher’s role. Which of the following aspects to be


promoted among students is the PRIMARY objective of guidance?

a. Maximum achievement within the limits of their capacity


b. Need to conform to school regulations

c. Mastery of subject matter

d. Increased capacity for self – direction

132. Which of the following is the BEST way to deal with a 12 – year – old boy who feels
inferior to his peers?

a. Provide tasks which he can master with little difficulty

b. Arrange situations carefully in which he will be obliged to show leadership

c. Accept his manifestations of lack of confidence sympathetically

d. Tell him how irrational his feelings are

133. You found out that your student sneaks out of his class room during class hours
and goes to the library to read the Encyclopedia and other reading materials. What
measure would you do to keep him in class?
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a. Change your teaching strategy

b. Send him to the school’s guidance counselor

c. Call for his parents and inform him of his behavior

d. Give the student special assignments and varied activities in class

134. What percentage of a distribution of students falls into the highest quartile?

a. 10 b. 15 c. 50 d. 25

135. Which of the following is a limitation of the true – false type of objective test?

a. Two or more ideas can be elicited

b. Answers come into regular pattern or sequence

c. Proportion of true and false statements are even

d. Minor details receive as much credit as significant details

136. Career guidance lessons can be integrated in any subject in the grade school to
_____.

a. Acquaint children of the different industries

b. Assist children in the world of work

c. Help children find jobs suited for them

d. Expose children in the world of work and appreciate them

137. Which of the following is the MOST valid reason for keeping pupil personnel
records?

a. Referral to community agencies


b. Provide a basis for sectioning of pupils

c. Provide data for educational research

d. For guidance of pupils and improve instructions

138. Which is the most obvious and familiar way of reporting variability?

a. Distribution of raw scores

b. Range between the highest and lowest score

c. Standard deviation

d. Standard error of the mean

139. Which type of test can assess a student’s ability to organize and express his ideas?

a. essay c. multiple to choice


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b. completion d. modified true – false

140. Research has shown that neighborhood gangs tend to be more adhesive than
groups of the same age in formal clubs or agencies. Which is the implication that you
can deduce from these findings?

a. Clubs will not function adequately in a given neighborhood where gangs already
exist

b. The activities of the gang meet the needs of its member better than those of the
club do.

c. The club is potentially longer – lived than the gang

d. Young people join clubs only if they are not accepted by the gang.

141. Which of the following classified as an evaluate question?

a. How would you distinguish a Filipino from a Chinese?

b. What is your concept of morality?

c. What could be done to preserve our lakes and forests?

d. Are you in favor of legalizing divorce in our country?

142. In testing which of the following is referred to as cultural bias?

a. Tests will show who is more cultured

b. Test items are more familiar with some culture

c. Cultured people do better on tests

d. Some culture do better on tests than others.


143. In an experiment a characteristic of an independent variable is that it is __________.

a. Manipulated by the researcher

b. Predicted as the outcome

c. Influenced by a dependent variable

d. Present in the control group

144. Which of the following is a good example of a cognitive objective?

a. To develop feeling of adequacy in beginning a new task

b. To be able to identify the major goods and services produced in the Philippines.

c. To make judgements on the basis of general principles

d. To be aware of the ten pieces of art that have shaped history

145. When can an item be said to have positive discriminating power?


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a. When the pupils who answered the item correctly got higher total score in the test
than those who answered it incorrectly

b. When the pupils who answered the item incorrectly got higher total score in the
test than those who answered it correctly

c. When there is no significant difference between the general achievement of pupils


who answered incorrectly

d. When pupils who are low scorers answered more items correctly than the high
scores.

146. A desirable and objective measure of a student’s academic progress indicates.

a. the amount of change in his achievement over a given period of time

b. the status of his achievement at a given time

c. the profile of present achievement

d. the difference between present achievement and potential achievement

147. Which of the following tests measures the learner’s attainment of specific
objectives at the end of a given period of time.

a. standard test c. summative test

b. norm referenced test d. criterion – referenced test

148. According to research, in terms of instructional planning, which of the following


uses of test is best applied in the classroom.

a. Instead of using objective test to facilitate learning it is best to give groups of


students cooperative learning projects.

b. Essay tests have higher reliability than objective examination.


c. Several long tests given per term facilitate learning and retention.

d. Many tests taken at short intervals are superior in terms of learning and retention
to one long examination.

149. A new test of reading vocabulary was administered to a random sample of 3,000
third pupils and readministered two weeks later. The correlation of the scores from the
two test administrations was 27. From the information’s was 27. From the information
given the most defensible conclusion to the drawn is that the test is _______.

a. insignificantly reliable c. insignificantly valid

b. valid but not reliable d. reliable and valid

150. A test in English obtained a validity index of .59 and a reliability index .65. which of
the following statement is TRUE about the test?

a. The test is valid but not reliable


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b. The test is valid and reliable

c. The test is not valid but reliable

d. The test is not valid and not reliable.

151. A BSEE Graduate, eligible, needed advice in which job opening to accept: Domestic
helper in Saudi Arabia with $350 monthly compensation or to teach on a distant barrio in
her own province. You were approach to give advice to the matter. Which of the following
will you advice?

a. Accept the teaching position in your own province where you can share your
service to your own countrymen.

b. Follow the “first come first serve” basis.

c. Tell both employers of your offers and who ever can increase the pay will be your
choice.

d. Accept the offer in Saudi Arabia, Save and send part of your income to your folks.

152. Which of the following will you do to an examinee you caught cheating and who
offered you a certain sum of money to keep quite?

a. Announce to all the examinees the name of the cheater.

b. Confiscate his test paper and report him to the examination supervisor.

c. Ignore him but let him after the examination.

d. Motion him to keep quiet and watch for him after the examination.

153. Which of the following emphasized by Carl Rogers and Abraham Maslow in their
theory of socialization?

a. Conflicts during different stage of development have to be resolved.


b. Conditioning plays a part in creating social skills.

c. People grow toward the goal of self actualization

d. Modeling plays a part in determining in social skills.

154. Which of the following is the best situation where in you can balance rights and
authority?

a. Mr. and Mrs Penida allow all their only daughter’s suitors to come an go as she
pleases.

b. Mr. and Mrs Penida censor all their only daughter’s suitors

c. Mr. and Mrs Penida choose a life partner for their only daughter.

d. Mr. and Mrs Penida caution their only daughter’s choice of boy friend.
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155. Choose the best measure which a school official may resort in case of subordinate,
hired by a previous official, who is without the necessary definite written contract
specifying the terms and conditions which the subordinate it to work?

a. Call the subordinate in his private office and inquire his relationship with the
previous official who hired him.

b. Get his service record and performance rating and promote him in meritorious.

c. Recommend for dismissal the subordinate without a definite written contract.

d. Have a definite written contract be made specifying the terms and conditions
under which the subordinate is to work.

156. Which of the following will you do if you cannot attend an appointment with your
Brgy. Captain because of a valid reason?

a. Forget the incident since there are many members who will attend.

b. Ask from the other members what was agreed upon in that meeting.

c. Send a proxy who will at the same time apologize for you and explain the reason
for not coming.

d. Apologize for the incident and give your reason.

157. Whose philosophy suggests that life and education should be interrelated and that
schools should emulate life experiences as much as possible?

a. Herbert b. Skinner c. Dewey d. Montessori

158. Which of the following situation will managed conflicting situations to bring values
enhancing nation hood?

a. Letting or helping convicted aliens to escape captivity for a fee.


b. Filipino workers plight in foreign – controlled companies although miserable and
immoral as in motel s and other similar establishments remains unchecked.

c. The practice of some in authority to protect overstaying for a fee.

d. A higher institutions of learning requires all staff to wear national dress on


foundation day.

159. Whose philosophy states that God should be worshipped according to the dictate
of one’s conscience and loved above all things for the creator is the foundation of truth,
of all justice and all activities?

a. Jose Rizal c. Andres Bonifacio

b. Emilio Jacinto d. Apolinario Mabini

160. Which of the following is the best situation wherein you can balance right and
authority?
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a. Mr. Rogue gave Roberto five more problems to solve after getting failing mark in a
math exam.

b. Mr. Rogue ordered Roberto to re-compute the solution of a problem he missed


during the examination

c. Mr. Rogue suggested a tutor to Roberto after getting a failing mark in the math
examination.

d. Mr. Rogue requires Roberto to stay after class to clean the room for his failure to
solve a Math problem.

161. The establishment of the secondary school type was one of the greatest
contribution of what type of education.

a. rationalism c. realistic

b. humanistic d. disciplines

162. Which of the following situation is less evil?

A dressmaker for ready-to- wear school uniform is competing with other dressmakers in
price.

a. She uses inferior kind of cloth

b. she intentionally misfit the uniform and charge extra for the repair

c. she shortens each uniform a bit

d. she asks for additional payment after the uniform has been used

163. It is often very difficult for the parents of a mentally retarded child to accept their
child’s retardation psychologist made a complete diagnostic study of the case. She was
called upon to interpret the findings to the parent. Which of the following will she do to
meet the parent’s resistant attitude?
a. Explaining that the examination was thorough and objective and that reality must
be accepted no matter how unpleasant.

b. acknowledging how the parents must feel and attempting to alleviate such
feelings of guilt that may be present by suggesting things the parents can do to help the
child

c. reassuring the parent that many retarded children have compensatory talents that
many normal children do not have.

d. reassuring the parent that the medical profession has recently embarked on a
promising program of research that may discover means of improving the child’s
condition.

164. Hereunder are philosophies of education. Which of these philosophies would


require a teacher to take a direct and active role in the learning process.

I. Humanism III. Realism


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II. Idealism IV. Pragmatism

a. II and IV b. I and III c. II and III d. III and IV

165. What code of conduct is violated in relation of the teacher and his associates when
a principal reprimands a teacher infront of her pupils?

a. Every teacher has the right to present his side of any accusation

b. Every teacher and school official should transact all official business through
channels

c. A school official should not make any false accusation against his teacher

d. No criticism of an associate should be made in the presence of pupils or students.

166. Many of the modern sciences trace their origin from these sciences, which is the
oldest and the most comprehensive of all studies known to man. Which is it?

a. ideologyb. science c. metaphysics d. philosophy

167. Which of the following situation is less evil?

A carenderia owner who wants to make a big profit

takes

pride in her low-cost food.

a. She boils and reboils tougher cuts of meats and bones for her soups

b. she cooks inferior kinds of food

c. she recycles left-over food

d. she uses loose or separated vegetable leaves for her vegetable dishes.
168. The intellectual development which found interest in human nature through the
revival of the classics is.

a. humanism b. nationalism c. realism d. disciplinism

169. The American regime popularized mass education in the Philippines. Which of the
following became the corner stone of democracy in this country.

a. Monroe education survey of 1929

b. act. no. 74 of the Philippine commission in 1901

c. royal decree of December 20,1865

d. educational decree of 1863

170. From which philosophy is humanism attributed to?

a. idealism b. realism c. pragmatism d. humanism


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171. Which of the following is the best situation wherein you can balance rights and
authority.

a. Mr. Romero insists sitting with the couple everytime his 17-year old daughter
entertains suitors in their house.

b. Mr. Romero insists a chaperon everytime his daughter Liza asks permission to
attend parties

c. Mr. Romero insists chaperoning his 17 year old daughter Liza himself, everytime
Liza wants to go out with friends

d. Mr. Romero denies his 17-year-old daughter’s request to go out with friends.

172. Who among this philosophers use this writings to show the social ills in his
country?

a. Cresencio Peralta c. Jose Rizal

b. Emilio Aguinaldo d. Antonio Isidro

173. Which of the following is the best situation wherein you can balance rights and
authority?

a. Mrs. De la Rosa insists that her daughter will wear the same gown that Mrs. De la
Rose wore during her debut.

b. Mrs. De la Rosa chooses the gown her daughter will wear on her debut.

c. Mrs. De la Rosa consults her daughter on the gown her daughter will wear for her
debut.

d. Mrs. De la Rosa doesn’t care what care what ever style of gown her daughter
chooses for her debut.

174. Miss Reyes is a teacher who is very much respected in her community. She has
helped improved the community and her baranggay officials depend much on her
assistance. Her sister, an immigrant on Canada offered her a high paying job. Which of
the following will Miss Reyes consider if she wants to manifest values enhancing
nationhood.

a. Tell her sister that the services she is extending to her community is very
compensatory.

b. Accept the offer and send assistance to the community.

c. Tell her sister that teachers are now highly paid

d. Thank her sister for the thoughtfulness.

175. Which of the following should a teacher do with a parent’s complaint against other
teachers.

a. Side with the parent and tell other things against the teachers being complained.
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b. Try to encourage the parents to see the principal and lay the problem to him.

c. Try to defend the teacher and put blame on the pupil.

d. Try his best to encourage the parent to talk the problem over with the teacher
concerned.

176. The education is the indispensable requisite to freedom and that every citizen is
entitled to acquired an education is whose philosophy?

a. Apolinario Mabini c. Jose Rizal

b. Emilio Aguinaldo d. Andres Bonifacio

177. The institute of national language was established through the enactment of
Commonwealth Act No. 184. Who among the Philippine Presidents signed this act?

a. Manuel L. Quezon c. Emilio Aguinaldo

b. Carlos P. Garcia d. Manuel Roxas

178. You are teaching in an elite school with air-conditioning unit. Aware of the present
economic condition of the country, which of the following is the appropriate to consider?

a. Air conditioning is such a small matter the savings on it could hardly affect the
economy.

b. Students could not be made to sacrifice and recite in warm classroom.

c. Saving on cutting down the air conditioning could be spent on other worthwhile
activities.

d. Cut – off the air conditioning of the classrooms on certain days.

179. Who among the following would most likely approved a subject centered
curriculum?
a. humanist c. an existentialist

b. an essentialist d. a progressivist

180. With whom is the cumulative Learning School model mostly associated?

a. Montessori b. Gagne c. Bruner d. piaget.

181. Which of the following is the best situation where in you can balance rights and
authority?

a. Mrs. Sison charges a higher electric bill who boarders who use more electricity.

b. Mrs. Sison forbids the use of electric fans and other electric appliances to boarders
to cut down electric consumption.

c. To cut down electric consumption, Mrs. Sison, a landlady, sets an “ironing day”
schedule for the boarders.
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d. Mrs. Sison does not mind her boarders excessive use of electric appliance for fear
that

they might transfer to other boarding houses.

182. Which of the following will you do if a parent of one of your failing pupil ask you to
tutor her daughter in consideration of a certain amount of money which you badly need?

a. Direct parent to another teacher, but ask for a commission.

b. Accept the offer but do the tutoring at home.

c. Direct the parent to another teacher for tutoring.

d. Accept the offer with a discount.

183. What relationship between the teacher and student was violated when Mr. Rama
carefully examined the damage done to a newly bought hammer than attend to Ryan,
One of the boys in his carpentry class who slipped and fell from a ladder while repairing
the roof of their shop?

a. cooperation between students and teachers should be developed for harmonious


relationship.

b. The welfare of the pupil /students should be the first and foremost concerned of
the teacher.

c. It is the duty of the teacher to take good care of all school properties and
equipment.

d. Their should be a good and harmonious relationship between teachers and


students.

184. Which of the following pleasures is morally good?

a. Pleasure attends while watching a comedy film or presentation.


b. Pleasure attained while buying extensive clothes at your favorite shopping mall

c. Pleasure attained while watching a newborn baby grow day by day

d. Pleasure attained while watching a favorite basketball team win

185. Below are some motivational theories needed by teachers. Which of these, views
the consequences of behavior as a regulator and controller of an individual’s action?

I. Behaviorism II. Humanism III. cognitivism

a. I only b. I and III only c. II only d. III only

186. What will you do if someone confided to you an anomaly which will implicate
people close to you?

a. encourage him to keep quiet so as not to harm your friends


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b. encourage the one who confided to you to seek the services of a lawyer

c. tell him to call a radio broadcaster to air it

d. tell him to go to the authorities and report the matter

187. The system of apprenticeship or cadet training was patterned after what country’s
philosophy of education ___________.

a. Egypt b. Syria c. Greece d. Rome

188. Which of the following is the best situation wherein you can balance responsibility
and accountability __________.

a. a teacher patiently and diligently explains to a below average child how to


manipulate a simple machine

b. a teacher tells below average pupil to tell his parents to get a tutor to teach him
how to manipulate simple machine

c. a teacher allows a below average child to find out himself how to manipulate a
simple machine

d. a teacher asks a brighter child to teach a below average pupil how to manipulate a
simple machine

189. Which of the following is the best situation wherein you can balance rights and
authority?

a. a wealthy couple refuses to give a share of a convicted son’s inheritance

b. a wealthy couple divided the share of the convicted son’s inheritance among their
other children

c. a wealthy couple gave to charity the share of inheritance of convicted son


d. a wealthy couple reluctantly give the share of inheritance to their convicted son on
the advice of their lawyer

190. A teacher scolds a boy who dribbles the ball in the classroom and sends him to the
gym to practices there. This teacher wants the boy to be aware that ________.

a. there is a proper place for every activity

b. basketball is a game that has to be played outdoor

c. there is a time when one’s interest overshadows discipline

d. discipline is any part of a game and must be observed

191. The influence of humanism is reflected in the establishment _____.

a. tertiary schools c. distance education

b. non-formal classes d. secondary schools


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192. Which of the following is the best situation wherein you can balance rights and
authority?

a. Mrs. Luna insists on having weekly “night – out” with her friends.

b. Mrs. Luna gives her husband’s once a week “night – out”

c. Mrs. Luna refuses her husband’s once a week “night – out”

d. Mrs. Luna insists going along with her husband during his once a week “night –
out”.

193. What teacher relationship illustrate Director Guevarra’s refusal to use pressure on
his teacher to join a certain religious group?

a. The teacher and his associate.

b. The teacher and the community.

c. The teacher and the state

d. The teacher and his superiors

194. What provision in the code of ethical standards does sickly miss Miranda violate
when she goes to school even late and not feeling well.

a. Every teacher must sincerely believe in and endeavor to help carry out the
declared the policy of the state.

b. Devotion to duty honesty, and punctuality in the performance of once duty.

c. Every teacher should be physically, mentally and morally fit to teach.

d. Teachers may vote and exercise their constitutional rights but may not use their
position to influence other people.

Situation 1 – The Municipal Mayor Katapatan is conducting a survey on the human rights
abuses in his municipality. His survey includes the violations committed in deferent
areas. What human rights were violated if the offenses are as follows:

195. Religious persecution.

a. right to worship c. right to own property

b. right to work d. right to life

196. Contraception.

a. right to own property c. right to life

b. right to form family d. right to worship

197. Euthanasia.
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a. right to worship c. right to work

b. right to life d. right to own property

Situation 2: A neighboring municipality of Katapatan, Mayor Karunungan, conducted also


a survey. He looked into different aspects of human rights violations. What human rights
were violated in his municipality?

198. Sterilization:

a. right to form family c. right to worship

b. right to life d. right to work

199. Environmental pollution.

a. right to life c. right to form family

b. right to worship d. right to work

200. Racial discrimination.

a. right to worship c. right to life

b. right to work d. right to own property

#“When making your choice in life, do not neglect to live.”

PROF. 3. C 8. D 13. D
EDUCATION VI
4. A 9. C 14. B

5. A 10. D 15. B
1. A
6. D 11. D 16. B
2. C
7. A 12. D 17. C
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18. B 47. D 76. A 105. C

19. A 48. C 77. A 106. D

20. D 49. D 78. A 107. A

21. A 50. C 79. B 108. C

22. B 51. C 80. A 109. C

23. D 52. B 81. A 110. C

24. D 53. C 82. D 111. A

25. A 54. A 83. B 112. D

26. B 55. D 84. A 113. B

27. D 56. B 85. D 114. C

28. D 57. D 86. D 115. C

29. C 58. C 87. C 116. D

30. A 59. A 88. B 117. B

31. B 60. D 89. B 118. C

32. A 61. D 90. D 119. B

33. D 62. A 91. B 120. A

34. D 63. A 92. C 121. B

35. C 64. C 93. D 122. C

36. B 65. B 94. D 123. C


37. A 66. C 95. A 124. A

38. A 67. B 96. C 125. A

39. C 68. B 97. C 126. C

40. D 69. A 98. B 127. A

41. C 70. D 99. D 128. C

42. B 71. C 100. A 129. B

43. B 72. A 101. D 130. D

44. B 73. B 102. C 131. D

45. B 74. C 103. A 132. A

46. A 75. B 104. D 133. D


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134. D 151. A 168. A 185. A

135. D 152. B 169. B 186. B

136. A 153. C 170. A 187. C

137. D 154. D 171. B 188. A

138. C 155. D 172. C 189. B

139. A 156. C 173. C 190. A

140. B 157. C 174. A 191. B

141. C 158. D 175. D 192. D

142. B 159. C 176. C 193. D

143. A 160. B 177. A 194. C

144. B 161. B 178. C 195. A

145. A 162. D 179. A 196. C

146. A 163. C 180. D 197. B

147. C 164. A 181. C 198. B

148. A 165. D 182. B 199. A

149. A 166. D 183. B 200. B

150. B 167. C 184. C