[2015] Prof-ED Questions - Teachers ng Pinas

Try your best to pass this Long Test, FUTURE LPTs! Good luck! 

1. A School Division Superintendent has license as a Superintendent but not as a Professional Teacher. Can his license as Superintendent takes the place of a Professional Teacher's license?
A. Yes, if he has been Superintendent for at least 3 years.
B. Yes, because a Superintendent position is higher than that of a Professional Teacher.
D. No.
2. What is the overall stream for education, growth and fulfillment in the teaching profession?
A. Merit and promotion                C. In-service
B. Lifelong career                             D. Pre-service

3. Name the skills relevant to the teacher's looking at problems as opportunities.
I.Responsiveness to problem-solving
II. Alertness for possibilities
III. Strong defense for tradition
IV. Capacity to forget problems
 A. I, II, III and                                     C. II, II  and IV
B.I and II                                              D. I, II and III

4. What does the Teacher Education Development Program signify as a prerequisite for employment of teachers in basic education schools?
 A. Job interviews for teacher applicants
B. Licensure Examination for Teachers
C. Induction of new teachers
D. National standard competencies among teachers

5. What does "Once a Teacher, forever a student" Imply for the Professional Teacher?
 A. Teacher's affinity with student
B. Student-centered instruction
C. Post-graduate studies for teachers
D. Lifelong learning

 6. To whom does the word teacher refer?          
 I.Full time teachers
II.Part time teachers
III.Guidance counselors

A. I and II                                             C.I, II and III
B. I, II, III and IV                D. Ill and IV

7. A teacher introduces herself as teacher ONLY. What does this imply?
A. The teaching profession is not a very significant one.
B. The teaching profession is the lowest paid profession.
C. She must have been forced to pursue a career in teaching.
D. She takes no pride in the teaching profession.

8. How do orientation sessions help the new teacher?
 I. Be attuned to the school environment
II. Learn guidelines to follow
III. Develop good relations
 A. II and III          C.I only
B.I and II                              D.I, II and III

9. Self-evaluation can be done in various ways, but this is NOT one of them:
 A. Written reflection
B. Self-videotape of class performance.
C. Use of an evaluation instrument
D. Peer feedback session

10. In order to assist new Teachers, which is the MOST EFFECTIVE way to clarify the school's  goals and responsibilities early in the first year?
 A. School curriculum     C. Principal's memorandum
B. Student's Handbook  D. Orientation

11. Of the following, which needy and qualified students are most deserving of government funding assistance (scholarship; grants-in-aid, etc.)?
A. Students from cultural communities
B. Students who show high learning skills
C. Poor transferees from private schools
D. Students from suburban areas

12. Former DepEd Director Lolita Andrada described her humble early schooling: a silong (ground floor of a house) converted into a classroom. Which best characterizes the situation?
A. Church-school                  C. School-home connection
B. City school facility    D. Rural village school

13. Students must be taught self-responsibility is the desire of the ________ teacher.
A. utilitarianist                   C. existentialist
B. pragmatic                       D. constructivist

14. What philosophical motive was behind public education during the American colonial
A. Modernism                   C. Utilitarianism
B. Secularism                     D. Humanism

15. What problem is given focus by research studies which show low rate of work absorption among technical/vocational graduates?
A. Highly protected formal sector             
B. Training-job mismatch            
C. Too long vocational courses
D. Penalized informal sector

16. To whose responsibility is assigned by the Philippine Constitution the establishment,
maintenance and support of a complete, adequate and. integrated system of education?
A. The citizens                   C. The state
B. The legislators              D. The local governments

17. Among the special rights of teachers, which is NOT provided by law?
 A. Right to refuse regular assignments
B. Right for career advancement
C. Right to be accorded respect
D. Right for protection

18. Among rights of the schools, which is NOT provided by the law?
A. Right for basic education to determine subjects of study
B. Right to provide proper governance
C. Right to enforce administrative systems
D. Right for institutions of higher learning to determine academic grounds for

19. Of the following, which is the most effective way to advance practical oral proficiency of students?
 A. Give more group work compared with individual work
B. Request the construction of a school speech laboratory
C. Engage students in conversational activities
D. Give stress to correct grammar

 20. From the Constitution, what is the condition for allowing students to be taught religion in public schools?
 A. Extra pay for teachers                                            C. Upon written permission by parents
B. Catechists paid by government                           D. Outside of school hours only

21. Which theory calls for adaptation to the learner's biological and developmental set of characteristics?
 A. Learning Style Theory             
B. Emotional Intelligence Theory              
C. Reading Readiness Theory
D. Multiple intelligence Theory

22. Who is best equipped to lead in the formulation of an Individual Educational Plan for Special Children?
 A. Child therapists         
B. Special education teachers   
C. Parents of special children
D. Child psychologists

23. What is mainly addressed by early intervention program for children with disabilities, ages 0 to 3 years old?
 A. Preventing labeling of disabled children
B. Ensuring inclusion for special children
C. Early growth development lag
D. Identifying strengths and weaknesses in special children

24. How should teachers regard new trends and reforms in education?
 A. As a development need
B. As a wave in millennial change
C. As an opportunity
D. As an issue or problem

 25. What is the cultural trait of conflicting values that aims to please people in different venues and situations rather than abide by principles?
 A. Bahala na mentality  C. Split-personality
B. Crab mentality             D. Kanya-kanya system

26. 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

27. Under R.A.7722 or Higher Education Act of 1994, which agency identifies supports and develops centers of excellence among higher education institutions in the country?
 A. Department of Education
B. Professional Regulation Commission
C. Commission on Higher Education
D. Teacher Education Council

28. Along the aim towards labor for integrity, which aspect of work needs to be taught to future employers and employees in the 21st century workplace?
 A. Industry skills and orientation             
B. Wages and incentives              
C. Human rights issues
D. Loyalty for company and work

29. What is the initial knowing process learned by the individual that revolves around practical problem-solving?
 A. Thinking                                        C. Listening
B. Obeying                                          D. Believing

30. Which of the following has greatly influenced the introduction of K-to-12 reform in basic         education?
 A. need to employ more teachers
B. need to conform international standards
C. need to allot for more funding
D. need to upgrade facilities of schools

31. Blind cyclist and teacher Maria Bunyan won 8th place in the able-bodied Sydney 2000 Olympics. Of the following which is the central and fundamental quality she displayed by never thinking that blindness is an impediment to becoming a great athlete?
 A. Self-belief                    C. Perseverance
B. Dedication                     D. Passion

32. What is the degree of moral certitude of Alegre who entered into marriage only out of obedience to her parents, but uncertain whether she wanted marriage at all?
A. Lax                                    C. Doubtful
B. Probable                         D. Certain

33. What best describes "puwede na" mentality vs. excellence in service/work?
 A. Arduous preparation
B. Resignation to mediocrity     
C. Committed work
D. striving to be the best

34. In the poem "When in Disgrace with Fortune and Men's Eyes" Shakespeare felt depressed looking at his sad fate and wishing he were someone else more rich, with many friends, with greater skills and future prospects in life. What is the best antidote to such depressed feelings?
A. Deny that others have more than you have
B. Count your own blessings
C. Strive to surpass others
D. Think of others poorer than you are

35. Blind and unable to write, Milton felt depressed and useless. Which of the following prayerful invocation best reflects his feelings in saying "who best bear His mild yoke; they serve Him best?"
A. Lead us not into temptation  
B. Gives us this day our daily bread         
C. Thy Will be done
D. Forgive us our sins

36. Among components to a morally mature person, which demonstrates that a teacher applies moral principles (e.g. the Golden Rule) when making moral judgments?
 A. Encourages others to communicate
B. Develops self esteem
C. Reflects on moral choices
D. Listens carefully to others      

 37. Among mistaken goals in the Acceptance Approach to, discipline, what happens when students seek to hurt others to make up for being hurt or rejected?
A. Revenge seeking                        C. Withdrawal
B. Power seeking                             D. Attention getting

38. On managing the class group, what is the problem when the class atmosphere is punitive, tinged with partiality, too competitive or to exclusive?
A. Disturbance in group climate
B. Group emotions such as fear, depression, etc.
C. Dissatisfaction with classroom work
D. Poor group organization

39. To what problem type do students belong, who have short attention span, unable to sustain concentration by being easily affected by sights, sounds or speech?
A. Withdrawn                    C. Low achiever
B. Defiant                            D. Distractible

40. If threat of punishment is necessary on erring students, how should this best be done?
A. First a warning before the threat
B. Make the threat with immediate punishment
C. Make the threat and reinforce with warning
D. Warn and threat at the same time

41. For group guidance in classroom management, what element is lacking when there are
tensions among individuals, cliques and subgroups, or student- teacher friction?
A. Disturbances in group climate
B. Dissatisfaction with classroom work
C. Poor interpersonal relations
D. Poor group organization

42. Which of the following is the best option to deal with chronic behavior problems in the classroom?
A. Indicate consequences of behavior
B. With gained confidence and skills
C. Be calm and consistent
D. Establish positive expectations for students
43. Which of the following best relate to basic literacy to learners?
A. Drills                                                 C. Field experience
B. Text-based learning  D. Demonstration

44. If threat of punishment is necessary, which of the following expressed the threat with              LEAST severity?
A. "I "will work for your removal from class and you are a shame to your classmates"
B. "I Will send you to the principal's office, or else also ask your parents to confer
with the principal"
C. "You will get shortened recess or receive more severe punishment"
D: "You will report early to school tomorrow or you will be marked absent"

45. Among mistaken goals in the Acceptance Approach to discipline, what happens when students are not getting the recognition they desire, continually seek help, and refuse to work unless the teacher hovers over them?
A. Withdrawal                   C. Attention getting
B. Power seeking             D. Revenge seeking

46. Judging the relative severity of common classroom management strategies, which of the following is LEAST severe if applied on erring students?
A. Surprise quiz
B. Lowering school mark
C. Throwing student out of class
D. Summons to principal's office

47. To what problem type do students belong, who have difficulty due to low potential or lack of readiness rather than motivation to work?
A. Underachiever             C. Withdrawn
B. Low achiever D. Immature

 48. Of subcategories of teacher movement behavior, what is happening when the teacher bursts into activities without assessing student readiness and gives orders, statements, or questions that confuse students? 
A. Stimulus-bounded                     C. Thrust
B. Truncation                                    D. Dangle

49. In the school, who Is the key to the success or failure In teachlng-and-learnlng, being the link between the child and the curriculum?
A. The parent                                     C. The student  
B. The teacher                                   D. The principal 

50. For the group guidance approach to classroom management, what element Is lacking when work is badly scheduled, badly sequenced or confusing?
A. Disturbances in group climate
B. Poor group organization
C. Poor interpersonal relations
D. Dissatisfaction With classroom work

Teachers ng Pinas est., 2020


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