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SKILL POWER INSTITUTE

Antipolo Campus

The Teaching Profession


Name: ______________ Date: ______
Course: _____________ Instructor: Mr. Gilbert G. Joyosa

1. At the beginning of the year, when making the rules for your classroom do you...
A. Allow the students to make up their own rules for themselves
B. Collaborate with your students in what would be the best rules for the entire class.
C. The rules and procedures are already made up before the students walk into the class.
2. When thinking about discipline, what comes to mind for your classroom?
A. Identify and confront students' mistaken goals, use logical consequences, teach in a democratic manner.
B. Balancing consequences with empathy, identifying problem ownership, and maximizing communication.
C. Recognize classroom rights, teacher desired behavior, establish consequences.
3. When thinking about your beliefs for child development, what do you believe?
A. Children develop from both inner and outer forces and interaction with children helps clarify boundaries.
B. Children develop from external forces and should be told the rules and have rewards and punishments.
C. Children develop from inner forces and decision making enables personal growth.
4. Select the correct fact of being ready for class.
A. Show confidence in your teaching
B. Few rules are more effective.
C. Don’t use sarcasm on students
D. Applause the student’s effort, and manners.

5. What is being creative and ingenious in class? two correct answers


A. Never say I CAN’T
B. Easy access to students.
C. Involved technology in all lessons
6. Which of the following should NOT be part of helping students navigate drama?
A. Discuss character
B. Help the student reconcile
C. Choose side which is correct
D. See both sides see their faults
7. True/False: You should spend the first day of school going over all your rules and procedures in detail
A. True
B. False
8. Which of the following is the most effective way to address a student about their misbehavior?
A. Ask them questions
B. Lecture then
C. Ignore them
D. Yell at them
9. What are considerations that a teacher should consider in any classroom?
A. Color and decoration
B. Furnishings and resources
C. Safety (clean and orderly), comfort (temperature) and lighting
10. Which of the following statements is true?
A. All classrooms can be set up alike.
B. Depending on the grade, the floor plan of a classroom will differ.
C. It is impossible to change the floor plan of a classroom.
11. Room dividers are a great way to create learning centers. What is the best rule of thumb concerning room
dividers?
A. They should create an isolated area for learning.
B. They should be bright and colorful.
C. They should be low enough for the teacher to look over.
12. What can be added to your classroom that will not only teach a science lesson, but also allow students to practice
being responsible?
A. Extensive library of resource books
B. Live plants and animals
C. Collection of shells, rocks and leaves
13. When planning a classroom what should teachers remember about their students?
A. All children learn the same
B. All children like to read
C. Children have different learning styles and different intelligences
14. In addition to the physical safety of students, how do teachers create a safe space within their classrooms?
A. Have the Fire Marshall check the space before the school year begins
B. Provide students with guidelines for classroom discussions that include active listening, respect and
tolerance
C. Place pillows around the room with stuffed animals for the students to hold
15. How can you highlight a "share" that a student brings to the class, while keeping their focus?
A. Have the student keep their share in a brown bag until it is time to share
B. Keep a share in a desk drawer
C. Have a share chair in your circle space into which students place what they share
SKILL POWER INSTITUTE
Antipolo Campus

The Teaching Profession


Name: ______________ Date: ______
Course: _____________ Instructor: Mr. Gilbert G. Joyosa

16. At the beginning of the year, when making the rules for your classroom do you...
D. Allow the students to make up their own rules for themselves
E. Collaborate with your students in what would be the best rules for the entire class.
F. The rules and procedures are already made up before the students walk into the class.
17. When thinking about discipline, what comes to mind for your classroom?
A. Identify and confront students' mistaken goals, use logical consequences, teach in a democratic manner.
B. Balancing consequences with empathy, identifying problem ownership, and maximizing communication.
C. Recognize classroom rights, teacher desired behavior, establish consequences.
18. When thinking about your beliefs for child development, what do you believe?
A. Children develop from both inner and outer forces and interaction with children helps clarify boundaries.
B. Children develop from external forces and should be told the rules and have rewards and punishments.
C. Children develop from inner forces and decision making enables personal growth.
19. Select the correct fact of being ready for class.
A. Show confidence in your teaching
B. Few rules are more effective.
C. Don’t use sarcasm on students
D. Applause the student’s effort, and manners.

20. What is being creative and ingenious in class? two correct answers
A. Never say I CAN’T
B. Easy access to students.
C. Involved technology in all lessons
21. Which of the following should NOT be part of helping students navigate drama?
E. Discuss character
F. Help the student reconcile
G. Choose side which is correct
H. See both sides see their faults
22. True/False: You should spend the first day of school going over all your rules and procedures in detail
C. True
D. False
23. Which of the following is the most effective way to address a student about their misbehavior?
E. Ask them questions
F. Lecture then
G. Ignore them
H. Yell at them
24. What are considerations that a teacher should consider in any classroom?
D. Color and decoration
E. Furnishings and resources
F. Safety (clean and orderly), comfort (temperature) and lighting
25. Which of the following statements is true?
D. All classrooms can be set up alike.
E. Depending on the grade, the floor plan of a classroom will differ.
F. It is impossible to change the floor plan of a classroom.
26. Room dividers are a great way to create learning centers. What is the best rule of thumb concerning room
dividers?
D. They should create an isolated area for learning.
E. They should be bright and colorful.
F. They should be low enough for the teacher to look over.
27. What can be added to your classroom that will not only teach a science lesson, but also allow students to practice
being responsible?
D. Extensive library of resource books
E. Live plants and animals
F. Collection of shells, rocks and leaves
28. When planning a classroom what should teachers remember about their students?
D. All children learn the same
E. All children like to read
F. Children have different learning styles and different intelligences
29. In addition to the physical safety of students, how do teachers create a safe space within their classrooms?
D. Have the Fire Marshall check the space before the school year begins
E. Provide students with guidelines for classroom discussions that include active listening, respect and
tolerance
F. Place pillows around the room with stuffed animals for the students to hold
30. How can you highlight a "share" that a student brings to the class, while keeping their focus?
D. Have the student keep their share in a brown bag until it is time to share
E. Keep a share in a desk drawer
F. Have a share chair in your circle space into which students place what they share