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An act known as the Philippine Teacher’s Professionalization Act of 1994, to strengthen

the regulation and supervision of the practice of teaching provided in:

A. Republic Act No. 8736

B. Republic Act No. 7836

C. Republic Act No. 8980

D. Republic Act No. 9880

2.Among the following, which directly qualifies the teacher candidate to be registered at par with
other professions like medicine, law, nursing, and the like?

A. Teaching job placement

B. Licensure examination

C. Continuing professional education

D. Membership in professional association

3. What needs to be eliminated so schools can be transformed into a learning


A. Collective inquiry to best practices

B. Commitment for continuing improvement

C. Centralized governance

D. Shared mission vision values

4. What can be done with too much TEI and less quality as evidence of 20 to 30% LET passing rate?

A. Closure of substandard TEI

B. Extra support of the TEI from the region

C. Accreditation of substandard TEI

D. Sending teachers for expert study

5. Which program directly embodies both the pre-service and in-service programs?

A. BESRA – Basic Education Sector Reform Agenda

B. TEDP – Technical Education Development Program

C. K-12

D. BEC – Basic Education Curriculum

6. What is the core of the Teacher Education Development Program?

A. High order thinking skills or HOTS

B. Student-centered learning

C. National Competency-Based Teacher Standards

D. Technology integration in instruction

7. Which is true of the periodic merit exam for teacher provided for in RA 7836?

I. Consist of oral exam

II. Consist of written exam

III. May serve as additional basis for merit promotion in addition to performance rating

IV. Taken with fee of P 1000 per examinee

A. I only

B. I and IV

C. I, II and III

D. II only

8. Which is true of LET passers?

A. Every LET passer shall be required to take the Professional Oath before practicing as a
Professional Teacher

B. Taking the Professional Oath before practicing as a Professional Teacher is optional for LET

C. The Professional Oath can be taken before any Professional Teacher

D. The taking of oath must be within one month from passing the LET

9. Can a failed examinee qualify for the position of para-teacher?

A. No

B. Yes

C. Yes, if his LET rating is below 75

D. Yes, if his LET rating is 70 and above

10. Is it professional for a teacher to receive gifts from the student and parents?

A. Not at all

B. No, especially if done in exchange for requested concessions

C. Yes, if deserved

D. Yes, in-season and out-of-season gifts

11. Under R.A. 7722 or Higher Education Act of 1994, which agency has direct supervision and
management of teacher education institutions or colleges of education in the country?

A. Commission on Higher Education

B. Professional Board of Teachers

C. Teacher Education Council

D. Department of Education

12. From the Constitution, what is the condition for allowing students to be taught religion in public

A. Catechists paid by government

B. Extra pay for teachers

C. Outside of school hours only

D. Upon written permission by parents

13. The provision of academic freedom is applicable for teachers in:

A. Colleges and universities

B. Private tertiary institutions

C. Basic education teachers

D. Public schools only

14. On which policy is RA 4670 known as the Magna Carta for Public School Teachers

A. Right to establish or join organizations

B. Code of ethics for professional teachers

C. Recruitment shall take place after training

D. To promote and improve the social and economic status of public school teachers

15. What is the concrete proof that teacher as a public servant and or official has violated RA 6713
mandate to demonstrate straight of modest lives appropriate to their positions and income?

A. Extravagance and instantaneous wealth

B. Fettling undue patronage

C. Inefficient use of public funds

D. Political party affiliation and preference

16. What program aims to reduce the gap between low social status and educational
opportunities for deserving students?

A. National Achievement Test

B. Education Service Contracting Scheme

C. Annual Fiscal Allocation

D. National College Admission Examination

17. What factor contributed to the great demand for teachers during the American regime?

A. Rationalist period for the next generation

B. American literacy modelling

C. Democratic tutoring of the country

D. Opening of the free public education

SITUATIONAL: In a faculty meeting, the principal told his teachers: We need to improve our school
performance in the National Achievement Test. What should we do? The teachers gave varied answers
as follows:

i. Let’s give incentives and rewards to students who get a rating of 85%

ii. Let’s teach them to accept complete responsibility for their performance

iii. Let’s make the school environment conducive for learning

iv. Let’s make use of the experiential methods of teaching

18. On which educational philosophy is response #1 anchored?

A. Behaviorism

B. Progressivism

C. Existentialism

D. Essentialism

19. Which response/s come/s from a behaviorist?

A. 1 and 3

B. 2 and 4

C. 1 and 2

D. 3 and 4

20. If you lean toward a progressivist philosophy, with which response do you agree?

A. 4

B. 2

C. 1

D. 3

21. Which of the following processes usually comes first in developing curriculum?

A. Selection of educational content

B. Organization of learning experiences

C. Evaluating learning experiences

D. Identifying goals and objectives

21. Which of the following processes usually comes first in developing curriculum?

A. Selection of educational content

B. Organization of learning experiences

C. Evaluating learning experiences

D. Identifying goals and objectives

22. What comprises the spiral approach in teaching Math in K12 curriculum?

A. Teach Algebra, geometry and Trigonometry in Grades 8, 9 and 10 respectively

B. Give schools choice in teaching Algebra, Geometry and Trigonometry

C. Teach Algebra, Geometry and Trigonometry only to higher grades

D. Progressively teach Math concepts from Grade 1 and continue to Grade 10

23. Which is the language medium of instruction from K to 3 in accordance to RA 10533 or the
Enhanced Basic

Education Act of 2013?

A. Language chosen by parents

B. Mother tongue of the learners

C. English as the official language

D. Language chosen by the school

24. In the new K-12 Program, how many percent is given to Performance Tasks in Mathematics
and Science?

A. 40%

B. 60%

C. 20%

D. 50%

25. Which is the percentage contribution of quarterly assessment to the grade of the student from
Grades 1 to 10?

a. 15%

b. 20%

c. 25%

d. 30%

26. In MAPEH and TLE, which contribution(s) heaviest to the student grade?

A. Performance tasks

B. Written work

C. Quarterly assessment

D. Quarterly assessment and performance task

27. Does quarterly assessment have the same percentage weights for all the subjects for all the
tracks in Grade 11 and 12?

a. Yes

b. No

c. Yes, only for the academic track

d. It depends on the school.

28. Which is the percentage contribution of written work to the grade of the Grade 1-10 student in
Science and Math?

A. 50%

B. 20%

C. 40%

D. 30%

29. Based on the percentage contribution to the grade, what can be inferred from the DepEd’s
emphasis on learning and assessment?

a. The emphasis for all Grades 1-10 subjects is on performance tasks.

b. The emphasis depends on the grade level of the subjects.

c. The emphasis is on quarterly assessment.

d. All components are being emphasized.

30. A student gets a numerical grade of 80. What is his descriptor for his level of proficiency?

a. Did not meet expectations

b. Satisfactory

c. Fairly satisfactory

d. Very satisfactory

31. If a student failed to meet standards, which descriptor applies?

a. Poor

b. Beginning

c. Developing

d. Did not meet expectations

32. How is the final grade per subject for Grades 11 and 12 obtained?

a. Get the average of the grades of all subjects for the 4 semesters.

b. Get the average of the grades of all subjects for the 2 semesters.

c. Get the average of the grades for the 2 Quarters.

d. Get the average of the grades for the 4 quarters.

33. Which is/are TRUE of MAPEH when it comes to grade computation?

I. The quarterly grade is the average of the quarterly grades in the four areas – Music, Arts,
Physical Education and Health (MAPEH)

II. Individual grades are given to each area (MAPEH)

III. There is one grade for Music and Arts, PE and Health because they are related.

a. I only

b. II only

c. I and II

d. I and III

34. Which is TRUE of Kindergarten grades?

a. There are numerical grades with descriptions.

b. Grades are compared like the grades in Grade 1.

c. Remarks like Passed and Failed are used.

d. There are no numerical grades

35. At the end of the school year, which is/are TRUE of grades?

I. The General Average is computed by dividing the sum of all final grades by the total number of

II. Each learning area has equal weight in computing for the General Average.
III. The Final Grade per learning area and the General Average are reported as whole numbers.

a. I and II

b. I and III

c. II and III

d. I, II and III

36. Who is retained in the same grade level for Grades 1 to 10? Any students who did not meet
expectations ____________.

a. As shown in the general average

b. In 2 learning areas

c. In three or more learning areas

d. In four learning areas

37. What happens when a student in Grade 1 to 10 did not meet expectations in two learning areas?

a. Promoted to the next grade level after passing remedial classes for learning areas with failing

b. Promoted in the next grade level but has back subjects in the lower grade level

c. Retained in the same grade level

d. Is not accepted for enrolment in the school

38. What technology integration is achieved by Teacher Nina who create rich learning environment
in which students regularly engage in activities that would have been impossible to achieve without

A. Infusion

B. Transformation

C. Adaption

D. Adaptation

39. What technology integration is achieved by teacher Nina who encourages adaptation
of tool based software that allows the student to choose a tool and modify its use to
accomplish a task at hand?

A. Adaption

B. Transformation

C. Infusion

D. Adaptation

40. A Biology teacher uses a PowerPoint presentation to show the classification in Kingdom
Animalia. The teacher then teaches them how to use a software in making graphic organizers.
Students then use this to create their own graphic organizers to classify animals. This shows
technology integration which is _____.

A. Infusion-constructive

B. Entry-constructive

C. Adoption-constructive
D. Transformation-constructive

41. A Grade 8 Social Studies teacher gave a project where her class in their school campuses in
Visayas and Mindanao. They will create posters and a video clip to communicate a message about
peace. They will use social media to spread their peace campaign. This project involves technology
integration which is _______.

A. Transformation-constructive

B. Adoption-constructive

C. Entry-active

D. Adaption-collaborative

42. Teacher wants to teach his pupils the technique on reading for information. Which
technique should be used?

A. Text structure

B. Prior knowledge

C. Story map


43. The teacher wants to check prior knowledge of his pupils about water pollution. She writes the
main topic water pollution in the center of the board and encircles it. Then, she asks the pupils to
provide information that can be clustered around the main topic. Which technique did the
teacher employ?

A. Vocabulary building

B. Demonstration

C. Semantic mapping

D. Deductive teaching

44. Which is in accordance with the withitness principle of classroom management of


A. Students agree to disagree in class discussions

B. Teacher is fully aware of what is happening in his classroom

C. Student is with his teacher in everything he teaches

D. Both parents and teachers are involved in the education of children

45. How is the ripple effect illustrated in the class of Teacher Ella?

A. Misbehavior escalates in the room

B. Discipline takes more than teaching

C. Learning is transmitted row by row

D. Teacher’s emotion grow in class

46. The teacher who lacks clear direction and sequence of activities by going from one activity to
another is displaying __________ behavior in class.

A. Flip-flopping

B. Thrust
C. Truncating

D. Dangling

47. The class has become uncontrollable, and so teacher Yen decided to have some undisciplined
students out of the room to the counselor’s office. What did teacher Yen apply by way of preventive
approach to discipline?

A. Removing seductive objects

B. Direct appeal

C. Antiseptic bouncing

D. Physical restraint

48. Among mistaken goals in the Acceptance Approach to discipline, what happens when
students defy adult by arguing, contradicting, teasing, temper tantrums, and low level
hostile behavior?

A. Power seeking

B. Withdrawal

C. Revenge seeking

D. Attention getting

49. Among mistaken goals in the Acceptance Approach to discipline, what happens when
students defy adult by arguing, contradicting, teasing, temper tantrums, and low level
hostile behavior?

A. Power seeking

B. Withdrawal

C. Revenge seeking

D. Attention getting

50. Following the principles for punishing students, which of the following is the LEAST desirable
strategy for classroom management?

A. Punishing while clarifying why punishment is done

B. Punishing while angry

C. Punishing the erring student rather than the entire class

D. Give punishment sparingly

51. What kind of classroom management is applied in the case of Teacher Lenny who
attends to every situation as it comes, hoping to meet it as it comes without much foresight
and preparation?

A. Proactive

B. Reinforcing

C. Heading-on

D. Reactive

52. In the 5’S Formula, to create a conducive learning environment, which S stands for cleanliness of
the work place?
A. Shine

B. Sweep

C. Systematize

D. Sort

53. In the 5’S Formula, to create a conducive learning environment, which S stands for cleanliness of
the work place?

A. Shine

B. Sweep

C. Systematize

D. Sort

54. Which learning principle is the essence of Gardner’s theory of multiple intelligences?

A. Almost all learners are linguistically intelligent

B. Intelligence is not measured in one form

C. Learners have different IQ level

D. Learners have static IQ

55. The teacher aims to develop critical and creative thinking among her students. She
should try using:

A. Declarative statements

B. Convergent questions

C. Divergent questions

D. Expository statements

56. It is an approach that makes students “think about their thinking.” Students get conscious of
their thought processes while they are engaged in their cognitive tasks. This is an
example of an approach called:

A. Cognitive

B. Constructivist

C. Metacognitive

D. Reflectivist

57. Which of the following belongs to the more sophisticated learning-to-learn skills for the
individual learner?

A. To ask and gather data

B. To listen and observe

C. To process and select information

D. To read with understanding

58. Of the following effects on learning, what is the effect of simulations that make students
feel and sense
experience in the classroom?

A. Reinforcing learning

B. Providing experiences that otherwise might not have

C. Motivating students

D. Changing attitudes and feelings

59. Using motivational assessment, what could be the most noble motive in students
pursuing a lifetime work and

mission for the teaching profession?

A. Promise of high rank and prestige

B. Social service to upcoming generations

C. Economic security and welfare

D. Respected position in society

60. It is a teaching approach that views learning as an active process that creates a meaningful
connection between prior experience and the present learning activity hence results in better
understandings and meanings. This approach is known as:

A. Inquiry

B. Metacognitive

C. Problem solving

D. Constructivism

61. According to Piaget, which refers to cognitive structures example seeing a dog and
forming initial idea of dog?

A. Assimilation

B. Accommodation

C. Schema

D. Equilibrium

62. In Piaget’s stages of cognitive development, which is the tendency of the child to only see his
point of view and to assume that everyone has the same point of view?

A. Reversibility

B. Egocentrism

C. Symbolic function

D. Centration

63. Of Piaget’s Cognitive Concepts, which refer to the process of fitting a new experience to a
previously created cognitive structure or schema?

A. Assimilation

B. Schema

C. Accommodation
D. Equilibrium

64..The use of drills in the classroom is rooted on Thorndike’s law of:

A. Readiness

B. Effect

C. Exercise

D. Belongingness

65. For bodily kinesthetic learners, which activity would appeal and could be appreciated
when assigned to them?

A. Illustration of body parts and functions equipment

B. Lecture in body movements

C. Display of sports

D. Calisthenics

66. What dependent variable is apt for the hypothesis: “The more the teacher knows the
subject matter, the better she can teach it?”

A. Personality trait of teachers

B. Motivation by school head

C. Teacher’s annual performance rating

D. Incentives given to teachers

67. When you begin teaching with a generalization and then bringing details, which teaching
method do you employ?

A. It depends on the type of your generalization

B. It depends on the quantity of the details you bring in

C. Inductive

D. Deductive

68. Which is the most basic in Maslow’s hierarchy of needs?

A. Socialization

B. Actualization

C. Self-esteem

D. Altruism

69. Who asserted that children must be given the opportunity to explore and work on different
materials so that they will develop the sense of initiative instead of guilt?

A. Kohlberg

B. Erikson

C. Maslow

D. Gardner
70. For Sigmund Freud, which is the deciding agent of human personality y which we reason and
consider the best response to situations?

A. Id

B. Superego

C. Ego

D. Unconscious

71. What explains the tendency of preschool children to focus on an aspect of an object while
excluding other aspects?

A. Centration

B. Translation

C. Intuition

D. Ego-centration

72. What development task best displays adolescence 13 to 18 years?

A. Learning social modesty

B. Achieving masculine and feminine roles

C. Assuming civic responsibility

D. Learning to get along well with agemates

73. What field of education manages children with behavioral problems like attention-
deficit disorders?

A. Distance education

B. Special education

C. Skills and technology training

D. Early childhood education

74. On categories of exceptionality in the young, what is difficulty in focusing and maintaining
attention, and/or recurrent hyperactive and impulsive behavior?


B. Emotional/conduct disorders

C. Autism

D. Speech and communication disorders

75. What is the pattern of change which can affect child’s development such as in parents
going abroad for work?

A. Microsystem

B. Mesosystem

C. Macrosystem

D. Cronosystem
76. Teacher Mae makes sure that she checks understanding to ensure that the students are
following the lesson. Of what part of assessment is she occupied with?

A. Assessment of learning

B. Assessment for learning

C. Assessment as learning

D. Assessment for and as learning

77. The best way to assess learning is to use real-life situations, objects and materials existing in the
environment. Hence, teachers are encouraged to use:

A. Rating scale

B. Pencil-and-paper test

C. Observation technique

D. Authentic assessment

78. Evaluating their own work by using a socring rubric is an example of __________
assessment by the students.

A. Self

B. Peer

C. Formative

D. Summative

79. You would like to assess students’ ability to write a portfolio. What type of test will determine
their ability to

organize ideas and think critically?

A. Long test

B. Formative test

C. Essay test

D. Summative test

80. Which are attributes of a good evaluation instrument?

I. Validity

II. Reliability

III. Sensitivity

IV. Objectivity

A. I, II and IV

B. I and II only

C. I, II and III

D. I, II, III and IV

81. Of the types of validity tests, what is concerned with the relation of test scores to performance
at some future time, e.g. Freshmen college test can show success in college?
A. Curriculum validity

B. Criterion validity

C. Content validity

D. Predictive validity

82. Which statement about standard deviation is correct?

A. The lower the standard deviation the more spread the scores are

B. The higher the standard deviation the more spread the scores are

C. The higher the standard deviation the less spread the scores are

D. It is a measure of central tendency

83. How will you interpret a student’s 80% percentile score? The student scored:

A. Higher than 80% of the members of group

B. Better, relative to the competencies targeted

C. High in all the skills being tested

D. Achieved 80% of the specific content

84. A negative discrimination index means:

A. More from the lower group answers the test item correctly

B. More from the upper group answered the test correctly

C. The test item could not discriminate between the upper and the lower group

D. The test item has low reliability

85. Here is a test item: From the data presented in the table, form generalizations that are
supported by the data. Under what type of question does this item fall?

A. Synthesis

B. Evaluative

C. Convergent

D. Application