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NAME ________________________________________ SCORE: _____________

FIELD STUDY 2
Direction: Encircle the letter of the correct answer.
1. Teacher Rose believes that students need not know the intended learning outcome of her lesson.
She proceeds to her learning activities at once without letting them know what they are supposed
to learn for the day. Which principle of learning does Teacher Rose negate?

A. Effective learning begins with setting clear expectations and learning outcomes.
B. Learning is an active process.
C. Learning is the discovery of the personal meaning of ideas.
D. Learning is a cooperative and a collaborative process.

2. Teacher Emma noticed that in group work, students just leave the work to the leader and so
vowed never to give group work again. Against which principle of learning is Teacher Emma’s
decision?

A. Learning is an active process.


B. Learning is the discovery of the personal meaning of ideas.
C. Learning is a cooperative and a collaborative process.
D. Effective learning begins with setting clear expectations and learning outcomes.

3. In her desire to finish the content of the course syllabus, Teacher Love just lectures while students
listen. Which principle of learning does Teacher Love violate?

A. Learning is the discovery of the personal meaning of ideas.


B. Learning is a cooperative and a collaborative process.
C. Effective learning begins with setting clear expectations and learning outcomes.
D. Learning is an active process.

4. Teacher Airelle asks her students to see the connection of their new lesson to their own personal
experiences and share the same with the class. Teacher believes in which principle of learning?

A. Learning is a cooperative and a collaborative process.


B. Effective learning begins with setting clear expectations and learning outcomes.
C. Learning is an active process.
D. Learning is the discovery of the personal meaning of ideas.

5. Teacher Lil avoids drills out of context. She gives real-world Math problems for students to drill
on. Teacher Lil is very much convinced of which principle of learning?

A. Learning is an active process.


B. Learning is the discovery of the personal meaning of ideas.
C. Learning is a cooperative and a collaborative process.
D. Effective learning begins with setting clear expectations and learning outcomes.

6. For meaningful teaching and learning, it is best to connect the lesson to the life of students by
integrating a relevant value in the lesson. Which principle is applied?

A. Lesson objectives/intended learning outcomes must integrate 2 or 3 domains – cognitive, skill


and affective or cognitive and affective or skill and affective.
B. Begin with the end in mind.
C. Share lesson objectives/intended learning outcomes with students.
D. Write SMART lesson objectives/intended learning outcomes.

7. Teacher Ruben wanted his students to rate their own work using the scoring rubric which he
explained to the class before the students began with their task. Based on revised Bloom’s
taxonomy, in which level of cognitive processing are the students?

A. Evaluating C. Applying
B. Synthesizing D. Analyzing

8. You are required to formulate your own philosophy of education in the course, The Teaching
Profession. Based on Bloom’s revised taxonomy, in which level of cognitive processing are you?

A. Analyzing C. Applying
B. Creating D. Evaluating
NAME ________________________________________ SCORE: _____________
FIELD STUDY 4
Direction: Encircle the letter of the correct answer.
1. This curricularist uses unique and out-of-the box strategies to make his/her class highly engaging.
He/She is a/an _______.

A. Knower B. Innovator C. Writer D. Implementer

2. This curricularist has published researches, books, manuals and other instructional materials.
He/She is a/an ___________.,

A. Implementer B. Evaluator C. Planner D. Writer

3. This curricularist attends seminars, workshops and pursues graduate work. He/She is a/an
________.

A. Innovator B. Knower C. Writer D. Evaluator

4. When a school believes that curriculum should highly focus on Math, Science and other
fundamental intellectual disciplines, this school believes in the curriculum view of ___________.

A. John Dewey B. Hollis Caswell C. Arthur D. Phillip Phenix

5. When curriculum is viewed as a process, what should the teacher consider primarily in designing
his/her lessons?

A. Different modes of assessments C. Outcomes-based learning objectives


B. Various methods and strategies D. National Competency-Based Competencies

6. All these questions should be answered by curriculum except:

A. What subjects are important?


B. Who will benefit from a well-designed learning experience?
C. What outcomes should be achieved?
D. What qualifications should teachers have?

7. Mrs. Valdez asks her Grade 10 class to read biographies, encyclopedias, history books and the
like during their free time. She is a believer of what philosophy?

A. Existentialism B. Behaviorism C. Perennialism D. Essentialism

8. These foundations show the chronological development of curriculum, mostly shown using a
timeline.
A. Historical Foundations C. Philosophical Foundations
B. Legal Foundations D. Psychological Foundations

9. In order to have an effective teaching and learning, there must be an adequate utilization of
learning materials. What type of curriculum is this?

A. Curriculum changes made earlier can exist concurrently with newer curriculum changes.
B. Curriculum development starts from where the curriculum is.
C. Curriculum design should always be SMART.
D. Curriculum development is a cooperative group activity.

10. A barangay official suggested that fishing and marine life be included in the barangay public
school so that learners will have a background on the primary livelihood to their area. This is
based on what curriculum design model?

A. Subject-centered
B. Learner-centered
C. Problem-centered
D. Career-centered
NAME ________________________________________ SCORE: _____________
FIELD STUDY 6
Direction: Encircle the letter of the correct answer.
1. The most challenging components of teaching in another country is ___________ .

A. Mastery of the subject matter


B. Making instructional materials
C. Adjusting to cultural differences
D. Constructing assessment tool

2. Teaching is a universal vocation. Wherever the teacher is assigned, his or her primary concern is
to __________________ ?

A. Earn a good salary C. be the most important person


B. Make the students learn D. do self-sacrifice

3. In the 21st century, the fastest development or change that the teacher should catch up with as a
teacher is in the ____________ .
I. Use of technology II. Knowledge of globalization III. Practice of collaboration

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

4. “If you are an excellent teacher here in the Philippines, you can very well teach in any ASEAN
country” This statement ________.

A. Is false B. is true C. an overstatement D. cannot be determined


5. For a Filipino teacher to succeed in teaching in the country and elsewhere in the world, he or she
should __________ .
I. Master and practice the competencies of the NCBTS
II. Be multilingual and multicultural
III. Think and act both locally and globally

A. I only B. II only C. I and II D. I, II and III

6. After the 1987 Philippine Constitution, the first legal basis to make teaching as a profession and
consider teachers are professionals was ___________ .

A. R.A. 7836 C. RA 7640


B. PD 1006 D. Code of Ethics for Professional Teachers

7. Who among these graduates is not qualified to take the LET ?

A. Bachelor of Elementary Education C. Associate in Arts


B. Bachelor of Agricultural Education D. Bachelor of Science in Mathematics

8. All Filipino professional teachers must have ________________ .

A. A professional teacher’s license C. Teaching experience


B. A recognized master’s license D. published research article

9. Which of the following practices is NOT allowed in the Code of the Ethics for Professional
Teachers?

A. Teachers shall insure that teaching upholds the highest standards.


B. Teacher shall accept tutorial fees for the slow learners in her class.
C. Teacher shall live with dignity in a place at all times.
D. Teacher shall establish maintain cordial relations with parents.

10. What should be the best description of teaching as a profession?

A. Teaching is the noblest profession.


B. Teaching is a lucrative job in this country.
C. Teaching requires less preparation.
D. Teaching is part time work for doctors.