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101.

The social science share many commodities like the ______


a.faces on understanding and explaining human behavior
b.systematic collection and application data
c.use of scientific method
d.all of the above

102. When s person shows the ability to understand and appreciate the similarities and differences in customs, values, and beliefs in one's culture,
he/she is said to be
A. Possess social literacy
B. Socio-cultural awareness
C. Possess multi-cultural literacy 
D. Possess global awareness

103. It is a type of political culture where citizens view their active involvement in politics as both desirable and effective. Citizens see their
active involvement in politics as crucial to the life of community
A. Subject culture
B. Civic culture
C. Participant culture
D. Parochial culture

104. Rote learning in the teaching-learning process is best describe as_____.

A. Motivated
B. Discovery
C. In-depth
D. Automated

105. By way of language medium, which is best for student of diverse cultural background ?

A. Regional dialect
B. National language 
C. English and Filipino
D. Multi- lingual teaching

106. With the kindergarten act RA 10157 which applies?

A. No child can go to grade 1 without completing kindergarten


B. A child beyond 5 years of age may go to grade 1
C. A child who is more than 5 years of age won't qualify for kindergarten
D. The kindergarten child learns subjects as Math, English, Science and Filipino

107. The use of technology in learning has been highly associated with the application of the_______.
A. Essentialist learning philosophy
B. Behaviorist learning philosophy
C. Progressivist learning philosophy
D. Contructivist learning philosophy

108.What visual aid is useful in showing the trend in the temperature change month-to-month?
A. Bar graph
B. Flow chart
C. Map
D. Drawing

109.Teacher H asks one of her students, “What do you want to become when you grow up?” This
question is an indication of what kind of philosophy?
A. Progressivism
B. Existentialism
C. Naturalism
D. Idealism

110. How many percent is given to written work in Language, AP, and ESP for Grade 1-10?
a. 30% 
b. 40%
c. 20%
d. 50%

111. How many percent is given to written work in Math and Science for Grade 1-10?
a. 30%
b. 40%
c. 20%
d. 50%

112. How many percent is given to written work in MAPEH, EPP, and TLE for Grade 1-10?
a. 30%
b. 40%
c. 20%
d. 50%

113. How many percent is given to performance task in MAPEH, EPP, and TLE for Grade 1-10?
a. 40%
b. 50%
c. 60%
d. 30%

114. How many percent is given to performance task in Math and Science for Grade 1-10?
a. 40%
b. 50%
c. 60%
d. 30%

115. How is so-called colonial mentality manifested?


A. Cultural relativism
B. Ethnocentrism
C. Cultural diversity
D. Xenocentrism

116. It illustrates how a portion of the data relates with the whole.
A. Pie graph
B. Bar graph
C. Line graph
D. Rectangle graph

117. Which thought activity or cognitive ability is tested in the essay question: Using christian ethics, how can population control be managed?

A. Relating cause and effect


B. Application
C. Justifying
D. Summarizing

118.The teacher begins to use technology tools to deliver curriculum content to the system.
a. Transformation
b. Adoption
c. Active
d. Entry

119.The student uses technology tools to collaborate with other rather than working individually at all times.
a. Collaborative
b. Authentic
c. Goal directed
d. Infusion

120. .Students use technology tools to set goals, plan activities, monitor progress, and evaluation result rather than simply completing
assignments without reflection.
a. Goal directed
b. Constructive
c. Adoption
d. Entry

121.The teacher direct students in conventional and procedural use of technology tool.
a. Infusion
b. Constructive
c. Entry
d. Adoption

122.The teacher encourage the innovative use of technology tools.


a. Active
b. Transformation
c. Adaptation
d. Adoption
123. Technology tools are used to facilitate higher order learning activities that may not have been possible without the use of technology.
a. Adaptation
b. Adoption
c. Active
d. Transformation

124.The teacher provides the learning context and the student choose the technology tools to achieve outcomes.
a. Adoption
b. Adaptation
c. Infusion
d. Entry

125.The teacher facilitates students independently using technology tools.


a. Entry
b. Infusion
c. Adaptation
d. Adoption

126. Students are actively engaged in using technology as a tool rather than passively receiving information from the technology.
a. Goal directed
b. Authentic
c. Active
d. Collaborative

127. .Students use technology tools to link learning activities to the world beyond the instructional setting rather than working on
discontextualized assignments.
a. Entry
b. Infusion
c. Authentic
d. Goal directed