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Southwestern University PHINMA

School of Arts, Sciences, and Education

School Year 2016-2017
Diploma in Professional Education
Teacher: Ionell Jay R. Terogo, M.Ed.
1. The learner should be biologically prepared applies to the law of
A. Readiness
C. Effect
B. Exercise
D. Practice
2. Which of the following statements will NOT support the concept of individual differences?
A. Use varied activities for a difficult lesson.
B. Consider the uniqueness of each student.
C. Involve all students regardless of what the activity is.
D. Help should be extended to both the gifted and special learners.
3. Mr. David would like to increase the abilities of his students to solve more complex
problems. What must Mr. David do?
A. Correct all wrong answers at all time.
B. Increase practice with simple problems.
C. Reduce stimulation so as to increase attention to the task.
D. Problems match appropriately to students level of thinking.
4. Which of the following statements is FALSE about motivation?
A. A force that energizes, sustains, and directs behavior toward a goal.
B. It is a psychological state that is the consequence with a person having activated his or
her motives.
C. It is an external state or condition that serves to activate or energize behavior and gives
it direction.
D. Sometimes referred to as the go of personality, in that its absence usually reduces
most normal people to a state of listlessness and apathy.
5. The following are specific strategies for memory enhancement. Which one is NOT?
A. Use mnemonic devices.
B. Overlearn the material.
C. Sleep before studying.
D. Distribute, study, and practice new materials.
6. Which of the following statements is FALSE?
A. Metacognition is the capacity to monitor/regulate ones own thinking or mental activity.
B. Creative thinking is the generation of thoughts, ideas, decisions, and actions often by
novel and unexpected means.
C. Critical thinking is a process, the goal of which is to make reasonable decisions about
what to believe and what to do.
D. None of the above.
7. Which of the following best described what meaningful learning is?
A. When what is to be learned is new and easy for the students.
B. Materials presented are difficult and challenging to the students.
C. When the material to be learned is related to what students already know.
D. Students find the lesson easy and relevant to what was assigned to them.
8. Which of the following principles of learning applies to considering students age in
presenting certain content and cognitive process?
A. Principle of readiness
B. Principle of learning by doing
C. Principle of presenting challenging tasks
D. Principle of learning aided by formulating and asking questions
9. Which principle underlies cognitive learning?
A. Prior knowledge can help or hinder learning.
B. Meaningful engagement is necessary for deeper learning.
C. Motivation generates, directs, and sustains learning behavior.
D. All of the above.

10. There are six levels in cognitive development moving through the lowest process to the
1. Knowledge
3. Synthesis
5. Comprehension
2. Application
4. Analysis
6. Evaluation
A. 1-5-2-4-3-6
C. 1-3-5-2-4-6
B. 1-3-5-2-4-6
D. 1-4-2-3-5-6
11. Which of the following motivations is FALSE?
A. Internal motivation is fueled by ones goals or ambitions.
B. Motivation to perform is affected by expectancy and value.
C. Motivation is enhanced by the way in which the instructional material is organized.
D. External motivation is longer lasting and more self-directive than internal motivation.
12. Which is NOT a characteristic of a metacognitive thinker?
A. Has a realistic self-concept
C. Propose solutions to problems
B. Able to make plans for himself
D. Able to set short-term and long-term goals
13. Which of the following is NOT included in affective learning?
A. Attitudes
C. Values
B. Beliefs
D. Ambitions
14. Which of the following will enhance the learning of preschoolers?
A. Always give reward and never punish.
B. Activities should be hands on and not written.
C. Use colorful, attractive, and challenging materials.
D. Make activities too easy, simple, and for a short period of time.
15. Maturation should precede certain types of learning. How is this applied in the classroom?
A. Concepts should be taught from simple to complex.
B. Follow the interest of the students in assigning task.
C. Consider age level of students in teaching certain concepts.
D. Give the same task to all students in a particular grade level.
16. Why should teacher provide positive feedback and realistic praise?
A. To motivate the students to study C. So the students will know what to do
B. So the students will praise him/her
D. To be liked and loved by the students
17. Which statement does NOT refer to cognitive theories?
A. Believe in the non-observable behavior.
B. Prefer to concentrate on analyzing cognitive process.
C. Study of the structures and components of information processing.
D. Conclusions are based on observation of external manifestations of learning.
18. Which of the following is an application of classical conditioning in the classroom?
A. The teacher checks the given assignment every day.
B. The monitoring of absences is done by the class secretary.
C. Cleanliness and orderliness of the room is a must in the classroom of Mrs. Orilla.
D. A first grade teacher greets each of the students with a smile when they come into the
room in the morning.
19. Which of the following principles apply in this situation? Teacher presented a new lesson
where in the students were asked to work on a new project which was somewhat
complicated. The students showed interest while working on it.
A. Effort is put forth when tasks are challenging.
B. Lessons should be presented in varied and different ways.
C. Meaningful materials are readily learned than nonsense materials.
D. Teachers should provide opportunities for meaningful and appropriate practice.
20. All EXCEPT ONE is not a characteristic of Skinners reinforcement and operant
conditioning. Which one is NOT?
A. Stressed the consequence of behavior in order to learn.
B. Proved that reinforcement is a powerful tool in shaping and controlling behavior in and
out of the classroom.
C. Emphasized the greater influence of the environment on learning and behavior that is
either to reinforce or eliminate.
D. None of the above.

21. What should a teacher do to help students learn psychomotor skills?

A. Teacher provides feedback to the learner about his/her progress.
B. Teacher encourages the learner to practice in order to maintain his/her sharpness.
C. Teacher uses verbal explanation and description of the movements in addition to live
demonstration of the movements.
D. All of the above.
22. Which is an application of cognitive approach to motivation?
A. Explain the reasons for studying the topic.
B. Create a supportive classroom climate for students.
C. Provide clear and prompt feedback on assignments.
D. Begin lessons with challenging questions and conditioning events.
23. Which theory operates in stimulus-response principle, which means all behaviors are
caused by external stimuli?
A. Contextual Theory
C. Cognitive Theory
B. Behaviorism Theory
D. Constructivist Theory
24. Teacher Angelo, a SPED teacher, before introducing a new lesson, he helps his highly
functioning ADHD students build the prerequisite knowledge since prior knowledge is
essential for the comprehension of new information. What learning theory is associated in
the situations?
A. Social Learning Theory
C. Dual-Coding Learning Theory
B. Information Processing Approach
D. Schema Learning Theory
25. Ms. Erika in her Biology class accompanies her discussion with interesting visual aids. She
strongly believes that students learn better when lessons are presented with images, real
or imagined aside from more lecture method or verbal representations. Which learning
theory she upholds to?
A. Social-Cognitive Theory
C. Information Processing Approach
B. Dual-Coding Learning Theory
D. Meaningful Reception Learning Theory
26. Marga, a 3-year old girl, applies make-up on her face, gets her moms bag, wears her
shoes and starts walking around the receiving room as seen as her mom left for work.
What theory explains such?
A. Contextual Theory
C. Social Learning Theory
B. Cognitive Theory
D. Constructivist Theory
27. In the following learning laws of Thorndike, which states that an organism learns by doing
and forget by not doing, in other words, it refers the law of use and disuse.
A. Law of Effect
C. Law of Readiness
B. Law of Set and Attitude
D. Law of Exercise
28. Which of the following learning theories explained on Zone of Proximal Development (ZPD)
wherein the gap between actual and potential development should be mediated?
A. Social Cognitive Theory
C. Cognitive Construction Theory
B. Social Constructivism Theory
D. Cognitive Behavior Modification Theory
29. Mr. Ang patiently teaches his son, John, on how to ride a bike. After a month of holding on
to Johns bike while John rides on it, Mr. Ang gradually detached himself to the bike then
John could now ride his bike on his own. What has been practiced in the situation?
A. Learning
C. Knowing
B. Scaffolding
D. Understanding
30. Who among the proponents of the theories of learning was known for his Bobo Doll
experiment wherein children imitated what they have witnessed regarding the treatment
given to the Bobo doll?
A. Albert Bandura
C. Ivan Pavlov
B. Jullian Rotter
D. Burhuss Skinner
31. What theory explains the interlocking of one system to another system wherein if the
relationship in the immediate system breakdown, the child will not have the tools to explore
other parts of his environment resulting the behavioral deficiencies?
A. Contextual Theory
C. Behaviorism Theory
B. Constructivism Theory
D. Cognitive Theory

32. Which of the following best describes what meaningful learning is?
A. When what is to be learned is new and easy for the students
B. Materials presented are difficult and challenging to the students
C. Students find the lessons easy and relevant to what was assigned to them
D. When the material to be learned is related to what students already know
33. Ms. Jones, after learning the statements made by her colleague toward their newlyappointed principal she is carefully deliberating of whether to accept, reject, or suspend
judgment in such claim. What type of thinking Ms. Jones has?
A. Creative thinking
C. Reflective thinking
B. Critical thinking
D. Logical thinking
34. The class of Mr. Veloso read the book entitled The Reader. After which, he divided the
class into two groups and asked each group to write and perform a play based on the
story. The group who performed better is exempted to take the long quiz. What cognitive
domain is manifested?
A. Evaluation
C. Analysis
B. Knowledge
D. Synthesis
35. Mr. Tan is a man with principles. He sees to it that he assesses correctly his statements
using analysis and logic before disclosing his evaluation to his subordinates. Mr. Tan is
manifesting what type of thinking?
A. Creative thinking
C. Reflective thinking
B. Critical thinking
D. Logical thinking
36. One of Mr. Agors members in the dance troupe collapsed during their rehearsal for the
upcoming competition in Seoul, Korea. What should Mr. Agor do with his students?
A. Give him first aid necessary for the incident.
B. Ignore the student and go on with the rehearsal.
C. Do not allow him anymore to join the competition.
D. Pull-out the student and bring him back to normal condition.
37. According to this cognitive theory, the individual learns when the human mind takes in
information (encoding), performs operation in it., stores the information (storage) and
retrieves it when needed (retrieval).
A. Meaningful Reception
C. Information Processing
B. Cumulative Learning
D. Cognitive Behavior Modification
38. Learning is used to be meaningful when new information is related to what the learner
knows. What theory prepares such statement?
A. Cognitive Behavior Modification
C. Cumulative Learning
B. Information Processing
D. Meaningful Reception
39. It refers to the acquisition of fine and gross motor skills in conjunction with muscular
development as they relate to the mental process.
A. Cognitive Learning
C. Psychomotor Learning
B. Affective Learning
D. Social Learning
40. Teacher Kiko prepared the materials for his laboratory class in Chemistry. He instructed
the team leader in every group to start with the members of the group. Kiko allows his
students to construct their own knowledge through direct experience and enable them to
create schema. What theory is displayed in the given situation?
A. Albert Banduras Social Learning Theory
B. Urie Brofenbrenners Ecological Systems Theory
C. Jean Piagets Cognitive Constructivism
D. Lev Vygotskys Social Constructivism
41. When the nature of situation has a significant effect on the process of learning. This
statement is supported by what theory?
A. Learning Modalities
C. Situated Learning
B. Individual Differences
D. Learning Styles
42. Like nature vs. nurture, heredity and environment plays a significant role in the learning
process. He proposed that environment contexts have four major levels in which the
relationship in the immediate system breaks down, the child will not have the tools to

explore other parts of his/her environment resulting the behavioral and academic
A. William Kohlber
C. David Ausubel
B. Robert Gagne
D. Urie Brofenbrenner
43. Schools and teachers should work to support the primary relationship of the child and
create an environment that welcomes a family relationship. What could be the best
activities that would demonstrate strong relationship and close collaboration between home
and school?
A. Giving of report card and outing
B. Telephone brigade and interview
C. Parent-conferencing and ticket selling
D. Home visitation and parent-conferencing
44. It explains the gap between school development and potential development wherein the
former refers to what children can do on their own, while the latter refers to what children
do with help.
A. Scaffolding
C. Accommodation
B. Assimilation
D. Zone of Proximal Development (ZPD)
45. Joy, a sophomore high school student from Sto. Tomas School was well-known for her
abilities to showcase her talents during the Sophies Night has the most number of
acquaintances because of her initiative to start a conversation with her co-students.
A. Multi-award
C. Multi-sensory
B. Multi-million
D. Multi-intelligence
46. It is an instructional process in which
offered to the child to suit the childs
more skilled.
A. Scaffolding
B. Assimilation

the teacher adjusts the amount and type of support

abilities, drawing the support as the child becomes
C. Accommodation
D. Zone of Proximal Development (ZPD)

47. One of the requirements of Teacher Carmel in her class is a case study. She grouped her
class into four and asked each to prepare a case to present their view about
homosexuality. What cognitive domain is employed?
A. Evaluation
C. Synthesis
B. Knowledge
D. Analysis
48. Which of the following changes is an instance of learning?
A. growing heavier
C. associating red light with stop
B. learning to walk
D. feeling drowsy after taking a drug
49. All of the following are outcomes of learning EXCEPT:
A. maturation and development
C. habits and attitudes
B. knowledge and understanding
D. abilities and skills
50. In classical conditioning, which are paired together in order to elicit the desired response?
A. unconditioned stimulus and neutral stimulus
B. conditioned stimulus and neutral stimulus
C. unconditioned stimulus and conditioned stimulus
D. unconditioned response and neutral stimulus
51. Cecile completes her home assignment daily to avoid staying after class to work on
unfinished assigned tasks. Which type of effect illustrates this situation?
A. positive reinforcement
C. punishment
B. negative reinforcement
D. primary reinforcement
52. Which of the following is an operant behavior?
A. writing an essay
C. receiving a medal
B. getting high grades
D. being scolded
53. Every time you get a correct answer to a problem, you may get a fruit from the basket.
This teachers statement illustrates:
A. continuous reinforcement
C. ratio schedule
B. intermittent schedule
D. interval schedule

54. Lito can add 5 books and 4 books. He, then, can add 5 pencils and 4 pencils. What
learning behavior is demonstrated by Lito?
A. cueing
C. generalization
B. discrimination
D. apperception
55. Mrs. Valeras kindergarten children are learning to tie their shoelaces. She gives candy first
for tying the first knot, then for making the loop and so until they can do the entire task.
What reinforcing technique is illustrated in the teachers action?
A. recognition
C. shaping
B. self-reinforcement
D. maintenance
56. Two hyperactive pupils, Alvin and Joey, are seated next to each other. Every time Alvin
pays attention and completes his tasks. Teacher Thess praises him. In this condition, the
teacher notes that Joeys behavior has also improved even without specific reinforcement
from her. What is demonstrated by Joey?
A. observational learning
C. self-regulated learning
B. imitation learning
D. vicarious learning
57. In observation and imitation learning, what should be the learners response when the
teacher initially models the behavior?
A. reproduce and match
C. imitate and practice
B. pay attention
D. show satisfaction
58. What is the correct sequence of information processing?
A. sensory register
short-term memory
long-term memory
B. short-term memory
sensory register
long-term memory
C. sensory register
long-term memory
short-term memory
D. long-term memory
sensory register
short-term memory
59. What learning strategy is used when a pupil is trying to remember the province of the
Philippines by breaking them into a number of separate lists and practices each one
intermittently throughout the week?
A. association learning
C. whole learning
B. part learning
D. cumulative learning
60. Which is essential in meaningful reception learning?
A. Concepts are discovered by them.
B. Concepts are related to one another.
C. Concepts are solicited from the learners.
D. Concepts are presented to learners and received by them.
61. What is the concept of a concept?
A. something that has happened or an event
B. recall and organization of facts and theories
C. anything that is discriminated by an individual
D. a category used to group similar events, ideas, objects, or people.
62. Concepts are abstractions. The statement implies that concepts:
A. do not exist in the real world
B. are laws, theories, and principles
C. are isolated events remembered initially
D. are information received though our senses
63. With what prototypes would you start your lesson on the concept of liquid?
A. shampoo and honey
C. water or juice
B. cake batter and cement
D. any exemplar will do
64. Creative problem solving requires a rich store of knowledge in the difficulty area but
something more is needed. That something more is the ability to:
A. state the problem clearly
C. restructure the problem
B. delimit the problem
D. propose man solutions
65. What kind of thinking will develop creativity?
A. associational
C. divergent
B. convergent
D. logical

66. Peter was praised for writing legibly and continued to do so. Which principle of behavior
learning is observed by him?
A. premack
C. contingency
B. consequence
D. primary reinforcement
67. Which is NOT a characteristic of skilled performance?
A. better differentiation of cues
B. more rapid correction of movements
C. greater speed, coordination, and stability
D. increasing attention to the specific movement
68. Which facilitates the acquisition of affective learning?
A. when one develops the meaning of an idea, object, person, or event
B. when one evaluates the meaning of an idea, object, person, or event
C. when one integrates the varying meaning of an idea, object, person, or event
D. when one relates the accepted definition of an idea, object, person or event to ones
own concepts
69. In reinforcement, which of the following praise statements enables the student to
understand the specific action that is being praised?
A. Arent you good today?
B. You were very responsible.
C. You returned the books in their proper shelves.
D. You got high in the test. How lucky can you be?
70. In using punishment, at what point does the teacher allow students to escape an
unpleasant situation?
A. when they show resistance
C. when they manifest signs of fatigue
B. when they become disruptive
D. when they reach a level of competence
71. A child is able to read the word chairs after pairing it with a picture of chair. In classical
conditioning, which makes this possible?
A. positive association
C. unconditional stimulus
B. neutral stimulus
D. act of reading
72. A teacher teaches the preschool children to tie their shoelaces. In shaping the behavior, at
what point is it best to reinforce the learners?
A. after making the loops
B. after tying the first knot
C. after the entire task is finished
D. after each step that leads toward the tying of shoelaces
73. The teacher excuses Marinella who completed her assignment from clean up activity which
she does not like to do. This is a consequence of:
A. positive reinforcement
C. presentation punishment
B. negative reinforcement
D. no reinforcement
74. To remember the six digits 8, 4, 3, 9, 4, 5, the teacher puts them together in twos, 84, 39,
45 or, threes, 843, 945. This control process of retaining information is inferred to as:
A. rehearsing
C. remembering
B. interfering
D. chunking
75. Mrs. Tabada, an HE teacher, is demonstrating how to thread a sewing machine. She asks
students to look over her shoulder as she does it. In observation learning, what is she
trying to do?
A. avoiding a crowd of learners in front of her
B. representing the models action in some ways
C. facilitating contagious spreading of behaviors
D. directing attention to the right features of the learning situation
76. Ms. Orencia is presenting a new unit on animals to her grade two class. She starts with an
advance organizer that is more general, abstract, and inclusive. Which principle of teaching
does Ms. Orencia apply to facilitate acquisition of information?
A. independent evaluation
B. proper sequencing of materials
C. transition from old to new materials
D. organizing learning materials through meaningful association

77. Ms. Umalis lesson is on the different provinces of the Philippines. What is the best way to
organize this particularly different information to achieve meaningful association?
A. by attributes
C. alphabetically
B. by relationship
D. by land area
78. When assessing students work for creativity, what will be your first concern?
A. the notion of newness
C. the aesthetic elements
B. the quality of production
D. the degree of intellectual contents
79. In concept development, Mrs. Delos Santos uses living things instead of man as the super
ordinate because food is considered to have:
A. greater generality
C. greater learnability
B. greater observability
D. clear cellophane among the examples
80. Ms. Hilbero asked her pupils to use the Atlas in correcting their answers to the quiz on
capital cities of the world. Which teaching principle is exemplified by such teachers action?
A. arranging for appropriate practice
B. encouraging for independent evaluation
C. providing for correct response on the first time
D. organizing the material into appropriate learning units
81. Ms. Legardas Social Studies class has expressed the need to do something about the
increasing pile of garbage behind the school fence. What would be the next step in solving
this specific garbage problem?
A. defining the problems
C. exploring possible solutions
B. testing possible solutions
D. recognizing a problem situation
82. Mrs. Mercado, the Home Economics teacher, constantly gives verbal guidance to her
pupils while practicing a sewing skill. What is the value of giving verbal guidance in
improving pupils learning behavior?
A. It facilitates perfection of skills.
B. It serves as information feedback.
C. It promotes the growth of interest in the new learning tasks.
D. It directs pupils attention to more adequate and better techniques.
83. Miss Soriano, a Physical Education teacher, begins a complicated dance step by simple
swaying of arms and body in slow motion, guiding her students through the intended
movements. What principle is applied by the teacher?
A. providing sufficient support (scaffolding)
B. modeling effective learning and study strategies
C. presenting only tasks that students can perform successfully
D. providing opportunities for students to test their learning effort
84. After giving a story problem to your Math class, the first task you will ask your pupils is to
A. what is asked
C. the meaning of each sentence
B. the whole problem and elements D. the symbols used in the problem
85. Mrs. Pimentel has observed that several of her pupils do not work on their homework.
Which of the following would best help her?
A. vary levels of reward for those who have completed their homework
B. hold rewards until everyone in her class completes his/her homework
C. maintain the same level of rewards for all pupils who have completed their homework
D. use more rewards initially with pupils who submitted complete work for the first time
86. The students in a Physical Education class who are learning how to play basketball were
shown a film on the The Best of PBA games. Which principle related to skill learning was
applied by the teacher?
A. providing information feedback
B. demonstrating the correct response
C. encouraging independent evaluation
D. analyzing the skill in terms of learners abilities
87. When solving the problem, what should be the first question you will ask your pupils?
A. Is there a similar problem?
B. What is causing the problem?
C. What clues will help solve the problem?
D. Can you break the problem into smaller parts?

88. Mrs. Arceo, the Values Education teacher, and her pupils, while working on honesty,
agreed that no cabinet and bookcase would be locked throughout the day. Which principle
in affective learning is being implemented?
A. providing exemplary models
B. providing for appropriate practice
C. providing for pleasant emotional experience
D. providing for independent attitude cultivation
89. It is important for Cecille to study to pass her subjects. If she fails, she cannot take the
regular loads next semester. She cannot graduate on time. She cannot take the Licensure
Examination for Teachers as scheduled. Which of the following concepts of motivation best
describes the situation?
A. Motivation is likes and dislikes.
B. Motivation is a statement of desires and goals.
C. Motivation is the desire to approach some things.
D. Motivation is a number of ideas that direct an individual to act.
90. Ronalds parents were killed by the Japanese during the war. Which of the following would
the teacher avoid when changing his strongly biased attitude towards the Japanese?
A. using group techniques
B. providing informative experience
C. using counter-conditioning techniques
D. providing for pleasant emotional experiences
91. Mrs. Soriano came to class with a box containing something that moves. She told the class
that she is going to show them something they have never seen before. How did Mrs.
Soriano motivate the class?
A. by relating thoughts to action
B. through management of instruction
C. through getting people to do something
D. by removing emotional barriers to learning
92. A grade six teacher thinks that her pupils coming from the slum area might be incapable of
achieving academic success as their wealthier classmates. If the teacher seeks your
advice, what will you tell her?
A. Group students according to socio-economic status.
B. Provide opportunities for students of different economic background to work together.
C. Be careful not to make predictions about individual students on the basis of group
D. Expose the disadvantaged pupils to successful children of high socio-economic
93. A child who is cold towards the people around him might have failed to attain what basic
goal based on Eriksons theory on psychological development?
A. Autonomy
C. Mistrust
B. Initiative
D. Trust
94. A grade 1 pupil likes to play with his friends, but gets angry when defeated. Piagets theory
states that this pupil is under what developmental stage?
A. Concrete operation
C. Formal Operation
B. Sensorimotor
D. Pre-operation
95. If one is asked to develop himself to the fullest, what need is he trying to satisfy according
to Maslows hierarchy of needs?
A. Safety needs
C. Belongingness
B. Psychological needs
D. Self-actualization
96. Fear of something that was caused by a painful experience in the past is an example of
A. Classical conditioning
C. Operation Conditioning
B. Insights
D. Imitation
97. For Freud, the primary motivation for human behaviour is sexual in nature white for
Erikson, it is ____________ in nature.
A. Intellectual
C. Social
B. Biological
D. Emotional

98. Teacher D is convinced that whenever a student performs a desired behaviour, provide
him/her reinforcement and soon the student learns to perform the behaviour on his/her
own. On which principle is the conviction based?
A. Environmentalism
C. Contructivism
B. Behaviourism
D. Cognitivism
99. Who stressed the idea that students cannot learn if their basic needs are not first met?
A. Thorndike
B. Wertheimer
100. A person who has had painful experiences at the dentists office, may become fearful at
the mere sight of the dentists office building. Which theory can explain this?
A. Attribution
B. Operant conditioning
Classical conditioning
101. Which illustrates vicarious punishment?
A. Out of comparison, we volunteer to get punished in place of a friend
B. We feel so much for classmates who get punished, so we convince them to go to
school on time
C. When we see someone punished for habitual tardiness, we are less likely to be tardy
D. We charge to experience our being punished
102. One learns Math by building on the math previously learned. This is an application of the
__________ theory.
A. S R
B. Constructivist
103. Teacher R, a science teacher, make sure all eyes are on her as she demonstrates the
proper behaviour for lighting a Bunsen burner. Whose theory supports Teacher R
A. Piagets
B. Vygotskys
104. Teacher D claims: If I have to give reinforcement, it has to be given immediately after the
response. Which theory supports Teacher D?
A. Cognitive Theory
Social-cognitive theory
B. Operant conditioning theory
Humanist theory
105. Which is a classroom application of the theory on operant conditioning?
A. Create a classroom atmosphere that elicits relaxation
B. Reinforce a good behavior to increase likelihood that the learner will repeat
C. Help students see the connectedness of facts, concepts and principles
D. Make students learn by operating manipulatives
106. A teacher should consider the forces that affect the behaviour of the student both from
the external environment and what the student is thinking and feeling from within. This
helps her understand the learner and provide more effective ways to help the child learn.
On which theory is this thinking based?
A. Gestalt theory
Skinners operant conditioning theory
B. Lewins field theory
Pavlovs conditioning theory
107. Which types of play best characterize a four to six-year old child?
A. Solitary and on-looker plays
Cooperative and solitary plays
B. Associative and cooperative
Associative and on-looker plays
108. Which is a typical characteristic of the adolescent?
A. Reasonable and secure
Slow but steady physical growth
B. Intense emotions and disequilibrium D.
Passive and obedient
109. Teacher X asked her students to describe how their families celebrate holidays. From this
activity, students can discover that people celebrate holidays differently. Which principle
in cognitive development governs Teacher Xs teaching activity?
A. Children often think in different ways at different ages
B. Children actively construct their knowledge
C. Cognitive development involves relating new information to prior knowledge
D. Social interaction is essential for cognitive development

110. Bernadette, a senior high school student, claims that what she does is what her
conscience dictates as right. Based on Kohlbergs theory on moral development, in which
moral development stage is Bernadette?
A. Punishment and obedience stage
Universal ethics stage
B. Law and order stage
Social contract stage
111. In which way does heredity affect the development of the learner?
A. By providing equal potential to all
B. By placing limits beyond which the learner cannot develop
C. By compressing for what environment fails to develop
D. By making acquired traits hereditary
112. Sixandsevenyear old children are generally _____________.
A. Farsighted
neither nearsighted nor farsighted
B. Both nearsighted and farsighted
113. The developmental task of learning to get along with age mates belong to which
developmental stage, according to Havighurst?
A. Early childhood
B. Early adulthood
D. Late childhood
114. Which behavioural term describes a lesson outcome in the highest level of Blooms
cognitive domain?
A. Analyze
B. Create
115. In writing performance objectives, which word is NOT acceptable?
A. Integrate
B. Delineate
116. In the writing of performance objectives for mastery learning, what is an acceptable
standard of performance called?
A. Behaviour
B. Condition
Criterion measure
117. Why learning activities should be carefully planned?
A. The ability of the teacher to plan is tested
B. The accomplished of objectives is dependent on the plan
C. This is expected by pupils
D. This is required of a teacher
118. Teacher A says Very Good to every student after an answer. Is this a sound classroom
management practice?
A. Yes. Every student effort must be praised profusely
B. No. Teachers must be stingy with their praise
C. No. A teacher must be generous in giving praise but praise must be genuinely
D. Yes. Praise makes every student feels good and so must be given every time
119. If I want to home my students meta-cognitive ability, which is MOST fit?
A. Drill
B. Debate
120. Deductive and Inductive reasoning will be most fit for which group of students?
A. Spatial
B. Naturalist
You never will be the person you can be if pressure,
tension, and discipline are taken out of your life.
-Dr. James G. Bilkey-