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1. Which practice does NOT fit in a classroom that recognizes individual differences?
a. Considering students’ learning strategies
b. Different modes of evaluating students’ learning
c. Dealing with multiple perspectives
d. Uniform requirements
2. The practice of motivating students before we proceed with our lesson proper is in accordance with
Thorndike’s Law of ___________________.
a. Effect c. Readiness
b. Exercise d. Learning
3. Pavlov: classical conditioning :: _____________________: operant conditioning
a. B. F. Skinner c. K. Lewin
b. J. Dewey d. A Bandura
4. Which practice is bases on Thorndike’s connectionism?
a. Link instruction to testing.
b. Utilize collaborative learning.
c. Utilize mnemonic devices to aid students’ memory
d. Make use of drills and rewards for students to learn
5. It is sound to encourage our students to define terms in their own words because ________________.
a. Defining the terms in their own words helps them memorize the definition faster
b. Students remember information better when they mentally process it in some way
c. They connect the terms that they learn with other terms
d. This is one opportunity to brush up on their English
6. A classroom application of this principle: “Students learn more effectively when they elaborate on new
information” is when we ask students to ______________________.
a. Print the principle into a hard copy
b. Write the principle
c. Memorize the principle
d. Identify an application of the principle
7. Which teaching activity is founded on Badura’s social learning theory?
a. Question and answer c. inductive reasoning
b. Deductive reasoning d. modeling
8. Which is an offshoot of B. F. Skinner’s theory of operant conditioning?
a. Task – based teaching c. programmed instruction
b. Scaffolding d. multiple intelligences
9. Which principle does Ms. T follow when she consistently checks on entry knowledge and skills before
the proceeds with her new lesson?
a. Attention is important for learning
b. New learning builds on previous learning
c. Learning increases when the lesson is relevant
d. Effective teaching proceeds from concrete to abstract
10. In the research inducted by Sadker, it was found that male and female teachers are more likely to call on
male than female students and more likely to give positive reinforcement to male’s correct responses than
to those of females. This points to the prevalence of ______________ in schools.
a. Xenocentrism c. ethnocentrism
b. Misculticulturalism d. gender bias
11. Which statement on IQ and EQ is correct?
a. EQ has a greater contribution to performance than IQ.
b. IQ has a greater contribution to performance than EQ.
c. It is the blending of both IQ and EQ to performance that can make a difference in performance.
d. The contribution of IQ and EQ to performance is dependent on factors like age and gender.
12. According to the cognitivist Jerome Bruner, for the learner to use information effectively, it must be
translated into his terms. What is an implication of this for the teacher?
a. Employ collaborative learning.
b. Make learner define the term clearly.
c. Teach the information in the constructivist way.
d. Use terms within the level of the student’s understanding.
13. Which is proactive management practice?
a. Stress on penalty for every violation.
b. Set and clarify your rules and expectations on Day 1.
c. Tell them that you enforce the rules on everyone, no exception.
d. Punish the misbehaving pupils in the presence of their classmates.
14. Mr. V strives to maximize participation of every student in his classroom discussion. He is trying to
address the need to ___________________
a. Show their abilities to the rest of the class
b. Feel significant and be part of a group
c. Feel fulfilled
d. Be creative
15. Which is the first step in the goal – oriented or outcome – based model of teaching?
a. Assessing learner’s entry capabilities
b. Implementing learning activities
c. Establishing learning objectives
d. Designing learning activities
16. Which way to happiness did Aristotle and Maslow share?
a. Satisfaction of all our needs
b. Fulfillment of our obligations and duties
c. Spontaneity and simplicity in our way of life
d. Realization of our potentials to the fullest
17. From which philosophy does the use of values clarification as a strategy in values education come from?
a. Progressivism c. Reconstructionism
b. Essentialism d. Existentialism
18. Which of the ff. believes that human beings are shaped entirely by their external environment?
a. Behaviorist c. Essentialist
b. Existentialist d. Progressivist
19. Ms. M is convinced that whenever a student’s performs a desired behavior, provide him/her reinforcement
and soon the student learns to perform the behavior on his/her own. This principle is based on
a. Cognitivism c. Constructivism
b. Behaviorism d. Environmentalism
20. Who stressed the idea that students cannot learn if their basic need is not met first?
a. Miller c. Wertheimer
b. Maslow d. Thorndike
21. A Science teacher makes sure all eyes are on him as he demonstrates the proper behavior for lightning a
Bunsen burner. Whose theory supports his practice?
a. Piaget c. Glasser
b. Vygotsky d. Bandura
22. Which theory supports the need to give reinforcement, immediately after the response?
a. Cognitive Theory c. Humanistic Theory
b. Operant Conditioning Theory d. Social Cognitive Theory
23. Which of the classroom application of the theory on operant conditioning?
a. Reinforce a good behavior to increase the likelihood that the learner will repeat like response.
b. Help students see the connection of facts, concepts and principles.
c. Create a classroom atmosphere that elects relaxation.
d. Make students learn by operating manipulative.
24. A student was first asked to compare identical amounts of liquids in two short glasses. One glass was taller
and slimmer but of the same capacity. She indicated that the amount of liquid in the two different glasses
are me still the same. What process of adaptation according to Piaget, did the student use?
a. Assimilation c. Accommodation
b. Reversibility d. Conservation
25. The principle of individual requires teacher to _________________.
a. Give greater attention to gifted learners
b. Provide learner with a variety of learning activities
c. Treat all learners a like while in the classroom
d. Prepare modules for slow learners in class