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  TEST QUESTIONS IN PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION 1. According to reconstructionism, the goal of education is to bring about a new social order. Which practice best manifests this view? A. The class discusses role models and their impact on society B. The class conducts scientific experiments to discover or verify concepts C. The class undertakes well-planned projects in the community D. The class is allowed to engage in divergent thinking 2. Mr. David is demonstrating the experiment to his Grade VI Science class. What were the learners deprived of in this class period A. acquisition of new knowledge B. manipulation of materials C. Interaction with classmates D. Observational learning 3. The maxim “Do unto others what you would have them do unto you” or the Gold en Rule was part of values taught by most teachers in Philippine education. This rule was taken from the writings of A. Confucius B. Lao Tzu C. Mahatma Gandhi D. Rabindranath Tagore 4. Lee obtained a percentile rank of 30% on a Mathematics test. Lee’s par ents will learn that A. Lee got 30% of the test items correct B. Lee obtained a score higher than 30% of the students in the class C. Lee got 70% of the items correct D. Lee obtained a score higher than 70% of the students in the class 5. Mrs. Imperio’s S ocial Studies class conducted a mock election. The responses were tallied and analysed. Then they submitted a written report. What method is this A. inquiry B. demonstration C. project D. problem 6. For which type of learning outcome would the essay test be least helpful A. application of principles B. understanding of principles C. organization of ideas D. knowledge of facts 7. In the teaching of controversial issues in the social sciences, the teacher offers his own position, including principles, values, and reasons behind his stand, encouraging students to examine them in order to choose for themselves whether or not to accept them. Which theory prescribes this role of teachers A. pragmatism B. reconstructionism C. existentialism D. perennialism 8. Which of the following is the sequence of activities the teacher undertaken in mastery learning. 1. clarification and reinforcement 2. diagnostic evaluation 3. formative evaluation 4. teaching the lesson 5. summative evaluation A. 2 4 1 3 5 B. 2 4 3 1 5 C. 1 3 2 4 5 D. 3 1 4 2 5 9. Which of the following decision making is the teacher most in control  A. organization of content B. student characteristics C. selection of learning activities D. learning environment and resources 10. The idea that education is primarily a method of helping the individual adjust to his environment stems from the a. sociological foundation of education b. scientific foundation of education c. philosophical foundation of education D. learning environment and resources 11. Preschool curriculum focuses on the physical and mental growth, development of good habits and attitudes through informal activities and to top it all, it should emphasize a. aesthetic ideas b. religious instruction c. social relationship d. training 12. Which of the following is the correct sequence of steps in project method a. planning, purposing, executing, evaluating b. evaluating, planning, purposing, executing c. planning, purposing, evaluating, executing d. purposing, planning, executing, evaluating 13. Two classes are given the same arithmetic test and the mean for both classes is 57. The standard deviation or Class A is 5.1, while that of Class B is 10.3. On the basis of the above data, we may conclude that with respect to arithmetic achievement A. Class A is more heterogeneous than Class B B. Class B is more heterogeneous than Class A C. the teaching of arithmetic is more effective in Class B D. there is no sufficient data for making a comparison 14. The Swiss psychologist who gave importance to early cognitive development through four periods in child growth and development A. Jean Piaget B. Lawrence Kohlberg C. Erik Erikson D. Sigmund Freud 15. An American philosopher who believed that the school should be regarded as a miniature community where the child can learn the skills in a democratic atmosphere a. Friedrich Froebel b. Edward Thorndike C. John Dewey D. John Amos democratic 16. Professor Bayani was open and honest in his opinion. He accepted criticisms from his students. The students gained insights and found answers to many of their questions. Which of the characteristics given below best describes this kind of classroom atmosphere? a. humanistic, realistic, understanding b. formal, authoritarian, traditional c. permissive and accepting d. supportive and consistent 17. Which of the following ancient educational systems is pragmatic and progressive a. primitive B. Egyptian C. Greek D. Roman  18. Which of the following objectives is expressed in behavioural terms A. to develop skills in critical thinking B. to name the steps in problem solving C. to gain insight into the process approach D. to understand the value of logical reasoning 19. The main reason why there is greater need for the teacher to use audiovisual materials in the elementary than in the secondary is that in the former A. teachers must present material in an attractive and meaningful manner B. children have short attention span and this may be increased through aids C. children associate instructional aids with instructional toys D. Children need to concretize their ideas first before they can operate on the level of abstract thinking 20. “You do not learn subject matter, you learn from subject matter.” This statement implies  a. subject matter should be memorized and recited b. learning of facts is a healthy mental exercise C. learner is more important than the subject matter D. there should be transfer of learning 21. Which type of test is the weakest in providing diagnostic information a. alternate response b. multiple choice c. matching d. short answer 22. There is greater likelihood that transfer of learning would occur when teachers A. use a variety of instructional materials B. try out modern techniques of teaching C. provide a wide variety of applications D. encourage students to participate actively in classroom work 23. Which of the following characterized a non traditional educational system a. teacher’s role is determined by learners need  B. teachers deal with groups and not individuals C. teacher emphasizes the content of knowledge D. teacher follows the lesson plan strictly 24. In order to maximize use of the techniques of questioning in class, the teacher A. directs the questions more to the slow than to fast learners B. assigns her questions to the bright pupils most of the time C. call only those who are raising their hands D. distributes questions fairly well to the students 25. A test is given to determine the specific aspect of achievement made on certain skills to provide the needed remedial help to the learning process A. placement B. formative C. diagnostic D. summative 26. Which of the following could be associated with information processing theory A. practice, reinforcement b. observation, imitation C. discovery, reception D. encoding, storage, retrieval  27. if you want to know the variability of your students on a certain test, the vest measure to use is A. range B. quartile deviation C. standard deviation D. mean 28. Ms. Ubaldo is a Grade I teacher, she realizes that if she wants her pupils to learn the lesson very well she should spend more time preparing A. the subject matter of instruction B. the activities the pupils will do C. the materials to observe and manipulate D. the objectives of the lesson 29. Which of the following tests requires the assumption of a normal distribution of scores for accurate interpretation a. placement b. formative c. diagnostic d. achievement 30. The basic difference between educational aims and educational goals lies in a. their breadth and scope b. the opinions of curriculum expert c. the type of curriculum adopted d. the degree of emphasis given to each 31. The primary factor to consider in evaluating educational outcomes is a. the needs of the learners b. the curricular program c. the resources of the school d. the objective of education 32. You are assigned three sections of fourth year students in composition and literature. If you would like to know where to begin the course, it would be helpful if you give a. placement test b. diagnostic test c. achievement test d. skill test 33. Microteaching is a modern approach in teacher training chiefly characterized by A. the use of sophisticated laboratory equipment to teach each minute objects B. actual teaching of a real lesson to a large group C. teaching a hypothetical lesson to a small group D. actual teaching of a real lesson to a small group 34. In what part of the inductive method do children carefully observe the specific examples that will support the generalization a. preparation b. presentation c. application d. comparison and abstraction 35. A teacher who has learned a variety of teaching method during her pre-service training may adopt the electrical method in her actual teaching, the essential characterisitic of this method is that a. it combines the best features of all the other methods b. it is often the most popular method in any school c. it is found to be effective in teaching any subjects d. it can be used for any level of instruction 36. A teacher has stressed the importance of coming to school on time and has manifested this in his day-to-day behaviour. School children who have observed this have incorporated this into their behaviour. This illustrates a. valuing b. imitation C. socialization D. internalization
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