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Sta.

Irene National High


School
Sta. Irene, Prosperidad,
Agusan del Sur
Grade 07-Diamond
MALES:
1. Acebedo,
Welson S.
2. Aligato, Jahfeet
S.
3. Cabanos,
Marjun T.
4. Cosido,
Ephraim B.
11. Cabidog,
Mark D.
5. Dabon, Richard
Manly A.
6. Dabon, Rogel
A.

7. Degorio,
Dexter M.
8. Dejero,
Cristodel C.
9. Jumuad,
Rommel B.
10. Megallon,
Khem Aldrin C.
11. Lula, Nhimrod
G.
12. Mancio,
Wilbert N.
13. Mugot, Jarell
C.

14. Peling, Raniel


M.
15. Reyes, Aldrin
J.
16. Romorosa,
Jefferson G.
17. Sagyahon,
Ruben M.
18. Vargas,
Reynaldo M.
19. Varguez,
Loijie B.
20. Yongco,
Ernesto M.

FEMALES:
1. Abaniel, Reyna
Mae T.
2. Alacre, Jellica
A.
3. Albores, Jessa
Mae
4. Apiong, Jessa
Mae D.
5. Asuncion, Kylie
Wilma Paye S.
6. Bagasina,
Katrisha S.
7. Benanban,
Judy-Ann B.
8. Bollios, JudyAnn B.
9. Buscagan,
Cristy Jean Y.

10. Buscagan,
Jorelyn Mae Y.

21. Martinez,
Jeyna Clear A.

11. Cabillan,
Myca

22. Martinez, Liza


Jean S.

12. Canonio,
Jennyvie I.

23. Orellanida,
Lynde G.

13. Cenabre,
Hashley Jade D.

24. Polenio,
Hanzel F.

14. Elmedulan,
Rena F.

25. Ramo,
Jennifer L

15. Erosido,
Jackeilou C.

26. Ramo,
Jodelyn L.

16. Gabisay,
Princess Dianne
C.

27. Sieras,
Nathasia Marie V.

17. Gimpao,
Aubrey J.
18. Jumuad, Erika
B.
19. Llanos,
Lovelyn Joy C.
20. Macsa, Ana
Jane R.

28. Soriano,
Wellyn Grace
29. Torres, Florie
Chris B.
30. Tulang, Jana
Grace B.
45. Which led to
the creation of
Pakistan as a

nation in 1947?
Religious
differences
between _____

a. Chemical
weathering
b. water erosion

a. Hindus and
Christians

c. mass
movement of
rock and soil

b. Christians and
muslims

d. changes in the
earths crust

c. Hindus and
Buddhists

47. Fromwhich
country does the
world buy its
Havana cigar?

d. Hindus and
Muslims
46. What does
the grand Canyon
of the Colorado
River prove? A
change in the
earths surface
can take place
away by ?

a. Colombia
b. Philippines
c. Cuba
d. Mexico
48. An
international
convention where
the phil can

validate its claim


to the spratlys
and other
territories in the
west phil sea?
a. unclos
b. Geneva
convention
c. Rio de Janeiro
Convention
d. Kyoto Protocol
49. Which order
of governments
correctly applied
during the
American regim
a. Civil, military,
commonwealth
b. military, Civil,
commonwealth

c. Civil,
commonwealth,
military
d. military,
commonwealth,
Civil
50. How the so
called colonial
mentality
manifested?
a. Cultural
relativism
b. Cultural
diversity
c. Xenocenrism
d. ethnocentrism
51. The last
Filipino general
who surrender to
the American

during Filipinoamrican war

which type of
society?

a. simon ola

a. Gemeinschaft

b. macario sakay

b. sometimes
Gesslschaft

c. Miguel malvar
d. gregorio del
pilar
52. He named
the phil as islas
de san lazaro
a. Miguel lopez
de legaspi
b. Ferdinand
Magellan
c. lapu-lapu
d. Francisco
Dagohoy
53.In changing
dynamic society ,
thebtrend is to

c. Gesselschaft
d. sometimes
gemeinschaft
54. which type of
society asserts
that all classes
should be equal
and that
eventually all
classes would
disappear.
a. capitalistic
b. fascists
c. communistic
d. feudalistic

55. When
recession gets
prolonged
resulting to a
slump in business
activity, we are in
a period of:
a. deflation

d. hospitality
57. The Filipinos
ningas cogon
attitude points to
his ____
a. lack of
reflection

b. depression

b. lack of
discipline

c. inflation

c. passivity

d. economic
boom

d. colonial
mentality

56. To which
Filipino traits
does the german
gemeinscrft
correspond?

58. which civic


society aimed to
unit Filipino
people before
rizals deportation
to dapitan?

a. utang na loob
b. bayanihan
spririt
c. passivity

a. La solidaridad
b. La liga Filipina

c. La polotica de
Filipinos
d. La propaganda
59. In which
poem did rizal
write about
offering ones life
foe ones country?
a. A La juventud
Filipina
b. las flores del
Heidelberg
c. Mi retiro
d. mi ultimo adios
60. The schools
of the pre
spanisg children
in panay island
a. bothoan
b. bototan

c. Bangka
d. bandiwa
61. The second
group of people
who migrated by
sea to the phil ?
a. Indonesians
b. Chinese
c. Vietnamese
d. Malaysians
62.He designed
the rizal
monument?
a. Deodato
arellano
b. Abad santos
c. David
Nepumuceno
d. Richard kasiing

63. Are
traditional
courtship songs
in the Mexicaspanish tradition
based on the
habanera rhythm
a. harana
b. Kundiman
c. Jazz
d. Modern
64. The distinct
components of
music for both
Japanese
traditional and
modern music.
a. Carnatic and
Hindustani
b.ling lun
c. koumintang

d.ongaku and
gaku
65. The
legendary
founder of music
in china
a. ling lun
b. zhou
c.shih huang ti
d. koumintang
66. Known as
Provincia de
comintang during
Spanish period
a. Bataan
b. Palawan.
c. Cavite
d.Batangas
67. The Spanish
gov general who

ordered the
deportation of
jose rizal to
dapitan,
zamboanga del
norte Mindanao
a. Gov. gen
blanco
b. claveria
c.despujol
d.polavieja
68. In the Filipino
American war,
who was called
the tagalong joan
of arc because of
her knowledge in
martial arts.
a. Teresa
Magbanua
b. Trinidad Tecson

c. agueda
kahabagan
d.Melchora
Aquino
69. Who among
the president
changed the date
of our celebration
of independence
day from july 4 to
july 12
a. ramon
mgsaysay
b. diosdado
macapagal
c. carlos p Garcia
d. Ferdinand
marcos
70. Everywhere
in the country
,water pollution is

one threat to its


biodiversity. The
following cause
of ater pollution
except_____
a. agriculture
runoff
b. slit from soil
erosion
c. inadequate
seweage system
d. cfc compounds
71.The first essay
of Rizal
a. El amor Patrio
b. A la Juventud
Filipina

72. What is
republic act
9994?
a. Anti-hazing law
b. Anti sexual
harassment law
c. law protecting
women and
children against
all form of abuses
d. expanded
senior citizen act
of 2012
73. Known as the
isla pintados by
the Spaniards
a. Luzon
b.Visayas

c. Sa aking
kababata

c.Mindanao

d. Mi ultimo adios

d. Isla verde

Social Science
Miguel Lopez De
Legazpi - first
Spanish Governor
General
Diego De Los
Rios - last
Spanish Governor
General
Carlos Maria
Dela Torre - most
loved Spanish
Governor General
of the Filipinos
because of his
liberal ideas
Narciso
Claveria - he
changed the

native Filipino
surnames to
spanish sounds
(Claveria Decree)
Eulogio
Despujol - who
issued a decree
for the
deportation of Dr.
Jose Rizal to
Dapitan,
Zamboanga del
Norte (July 7,
1892)
Rafael de
Izquierdo - he
executed fathers
GOMBURZA
Camilo de
Polavieja - signed
the execution of

Dr. Jose Rizal in


1896

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Top 100
Questions on
Professional
Education

(Licensure
Examination for
Teachers)
1. 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.
2. 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
3. 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.
4. 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?
A. In a multicultural group of
learners
B. In multicultural and
heterogeneous
groups of
learners and
indigenous
peoples' group
C. In a class
composed of
indigenous
peoples
D. In
heterogeneous
class of learners
5. 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
D. Paper-andpencil test
6. NSAT and
NEAT results
are interpreted
against set
mastery level.

This means
that NSAT and
NEAT fall under
__________.
A. intelligence
test
B. aptitude test
C. criterionreferenced test
D. normreferenced test
7. 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
B. Bandura
C. Piaget
D. Bruner
8. Which is a
sound
classroom
management
practice?
A. Avoid
establishing
routines
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.
9. 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
B. poor teaching
C. neurological
factors

D. immaturity
10. Teacher U
teaches to his
pupils that
pleasure is not
the highest
good. Teacher's
teaching is
against what
philosophy?
A. Realism
B. Hedonism
C. Epicureanism
D. Empiricism
11. 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
12. 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

13. 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.
14. 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.
15. 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.
16. 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
B. pragmatist
C. idealist
D. existentialist
17. 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
18. Principal C
shares this
thought with
his
teachers:Subje
ct 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
B. Essentialism
C. Existentialism
D. Progressivism
19. 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
B. manual search
C. on-line search
D. computer
search
20. 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.
21. 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
22. With
indirect
instruction in
mind, which
does NOT

belong to the
group?
A. Problem
solving
B. Lecturerecitation
C. Inductive
reasoning
D. Discovery
23. I combined
several subject
areas in order
to focus on a
single concept
for interdisciplinary
teaching.
Which
strategy/metho
d did I use?

A. Problementered learning
B. Thematic
instruction
C. Readingwriting activity
D. Unit method
24. 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
TO 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
B. concept
C. direct
D. closed
25. 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
26. For
maximum

interaction, a
teacher ought
to avoid
__________
questions.

the media
C. objectives of
the lesson
D. technique to
be used

A. informational
B. rhetorical
C. leading
D. divergent

28. Principal B
tells her
teachers that
training in the
humanities is
most
important. To
which
educational
philosophy
does he
adhere?

27. The
teacher's first
task in the
selection of
media in
teaching is to
determine the
______.
A. choice of the
students
B. availability of

A. Existentialism
B. Perennialism
C. Progressivism
D. Essentialism

29. 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 attentiondeficit disorder
C. has learning
disability
D. has conduct
disorder

30. 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
B. analysis
C. evaluation
D. synthesis
31. 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 highmoral values as
well as technical
and professional
competence
32. Study this
group of tests
which was
administered
with the

following
results, then
answer the
question.
Subject Mean SD
Ronnels' 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
B. English and
Math

C. Math
D. Physics

mean is to
__________.

33. Teacher G's


lesson
objective has
something to
do with the
skill of
synthesizing?
Which
behavioral
term is most
appropriate?

A. coefficient of
correlation
B. central
tendency
C. discrimination
index
D. level of
difficulty

A. Test
B. Assess
C. Appraise
D. Theorize
34. Standard
deviation is to
variability as

35. 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
B. Upgrading the
quality of the
Filipino through
education
C. Stabilizing the
political situation
D. Gaining
economic
recovery
36. 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
B. Comparative
C. Part-whole
D. Sequence
37. 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.
38. 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.
39. With-itness, according
to Kounin, is
one of the
characterestics
of an effective
classroom
manager.

Which phrase
goes with it?

psychological
theory?

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.

A. Oedipal stage
B. Latent stage
C. Anal stage
D. Pre-genital
stage

40. Ruben is
very attached
to his mother
and Ruth to her
father. In what
developmental
stage are they
according to
Freudian

41. Teacher Y
does normreferenced
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.
42. As a
teacher, you
are a
reconstructioni
st. 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.
43. From whom

do we owe the
theory of
deductive
interference as
illustrated in
syllogisms?
A. Plato
B. Scorates
C. Aristotle
D. Pythagoras

44. 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
B. Gestalt
C. Behaviorist
D. Cognitivist
45. What was
the most
prominent
educational
issue of the
mid 1980s?
A. Bilingual
Education
B. Values
Education
C. Accountability
D. Mainstreaming

46. A
teacher/studen
t is held
responsible for
his actions
because s/he
__________.
A. has instincts
B. is mature
C. has a choice
D. has reason
47. 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.
48. 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
49. What
measure of
central
tendency does
the number 16
represent in
the following
data: 14, 15,
17, 16, 19, 20,
16, 14, 16?
A. Mode
B. Median
C. Mode and
median
D. Mean
50. 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
51. Which of
the following
propositions 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.
52. 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 selfcontrol.
C. It respects
cultural norms of
a limited group
students.
D. Strategies
aresimple enough
to be used
consistently.

53. 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 __________

areas and
encouraged
them to solve a
complex
question for
interdisciplinary
teaching.
Which strategy
did I use?

A. an ineffective
distracter
B. a vague
distracter
C. an effective
distracter
D. a plausible
distracter

A. Problemcentered learning
B. Unit method
C. Readingwriting activity
D. Thematic
instruction

54. I drew
learners into
several content

55. Value
clarification as
a strategy in
Values

Education
classes is
anchored on
which
philosophy?
A. Existentialism
B. Christian
philosophy
C. Idealism
D. Hedonism
56. Teacher A is
a teacher of
English as a
Second
Language. She
uses
vocabulary
cards, fill-inthe-blank
sentences,
dialogues,

dictation and
writing
excercises 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
hierachy 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
herteachirig
easier by having
less talk.
D. The teacher is
emphasizing
reading and
writing skills.
57. If teacher
has to ask
more higherorder
questions, he
has to ask
more __________
questions.
A. closed

B. fact
C. concept
D. convergent
58. 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

59. Which
method has
been proven to
be effective in
courses that
stress
acquisition of
knowledge?
A. Socratic
method
B. Cooperative
learning
C. Mastery
learning
D. Indirect
instruction
60. 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.
61. 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
62. 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
63. Who among
the following
puts more
emphasis on
core
requirements,
longer school
day, longer

academic year
and more
challenging
textbooks?
A. Perennialist
B. Essentialist
C. Progressivist
D. Existentialist
64. Which test
has broad
sampling of
topics as
strength?
A. Objective test
B. Short answer
test
C. Essay test
D. Problem type
65. 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
66. In
Krathwohl's
affective
domain of
objectives,
which of the

following is the
lowest level of
affective
behavior?
A. Valuing
B.
Characterization
C. Responding
D. Organization
67. Rodel is
very aloof and
cold in his
relationships
with his
classmates.
Which basic
goal must haye
not been
attained by
Rodel during
his

developmental
years,
according to
Erikson's
theory on
psychological
development?
A. Autonomy
B. Trust
C. Initiative
D. Generativity
68. 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?

potential
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

69. To come
closer to the
truth we need
togo back to
the things
themselves.
This is the
advice of the
A. behaviorists
B.
phenomenologist
s
C. idealists
D. pragmatists
70. 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.
71. 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
72. 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.
73. 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.
74. 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
alcohoLWhich
theory explains
this?
A. Operant
conditioning
B. Social Learning
Theory
C. Associative
Learning
D. Attribution
Theory

75. The
following are
used in writing
performance
objectives,
EXCEPT
A. delineate
B. diagram
C. integrate
D. comprehend
76. 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.
77. On whose
philosophy was
A. S. Neil's
Summerhill,
one of the most
experimental
schools, based?
A. Rousseau
B. Pestalozzi
C. Montessori
D. John Locke

78. "In the light


of the facts
presented,
what is most
likely to
happen
when ... ?" is a
sample thought
question on

median
B. Median is
greater than
mean
C. Scores have
three modes
D. Scores are
normally
distributed

79. Which
applies when
skewness is
zero?

80. Whose
influence is the
education
program that
puts emphasis
on selfdevelopment.th
rough the
classics, music,
and rituals?

A. Mean is
greater than the

A. Buddha
B. Mohammed

A. inferring
B. generalizing
C. synthesizing
D. justifying

C. Confucius
D. Lao Tsu
81. 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.
82. In
Krathwohl's
taxonomy of
objectives in
the affective,
which is most
authentic?
A.
Characterization
B. Organization
C. Responding
D. Valuing
83. Study this
group of tests
which was
administered
with the
following
results, then

answer the
question.
Subject Mean SD
Ronnels' Score
Math 56 10 43
Physics 41 9 31
English 80 16
109
In which
subject(s) were
the scores
most
homogenous?
A. Math
B. English
C. Physics
D. Physics and
Math
84. 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
B. Empiricist
C. Agnostic
D. Skeptic
85. The test
item "Group
the following
items
according to
shape" is a
thought test

item on
__________.
A. creating
B. classifying
C. generalizing
D. comparing
86. Teacher B is
a teacher of
English as a
Second
Language. She
uses
vocabulary
cards, fill-inthe-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
hierachy of
cognitive
learning.
C. The teacher
wants to do less

talk.
D. The teacher is
emphasizing
listening and
speaking skills.
87. 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
88. 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.

enactive
D. Iconic

89. 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?

90. Which holds


true to
standardized
tests?

A. Enactive and
iconic
B. Symbolic
C. Symbolic and

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
91. An effective

classroom
manager uses
low-profile
classroom
control. Which
is a low-profile
classroom
technique?
A. Note to
parents
B. After-school
detention
C. Withdrawal of
privileges
D. Raising the
pitch of the voice
92. Which type
of report refers
toon-thespotdescription
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
93. By what
name is
Indirect

instruction the
Socratic
method also
known?
A. Mastery
learning
B. Indirect
Method
C. Morrison
method
D. Questioning
method
94. 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.
95. 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
forthem, 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.
D. Give them
work on the level
of the other
students and
work a little
above the
classmates level
to challenge
them.
96. 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
97. Helping in
the
development of

graduates who
aremakaDiyosis an
influence of
A. naturalistic
morality
B. classical
Christian morality
C. situational
morality
D. dialectical
morality
98. Teacher H
gave her firstgrade 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
99. 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
B. Extinction
C. Acquisition
D. Discrimination
100. 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 leadin
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.