Teaching Methodologies Practice Test. Encircle the letter of the correct answer. 1. To ensure the lesson will go smoothly, Teacher A listed down the steps she will undertake together with those of her students. This practice relates to? a. Teaching style c. Teaching strategy b. Teaching method d. Teaching technique . The class of !rade " # Einstein is scheduled to perform an e$periment on that day. day. %owe&er, the chemicals are insu'cient. (hat method may then be used? a. Pro)ect c. *ecture b. *aboratory d. +emonstration . Teacher Teacher - gi&es the class specic topic as assignment which they ha&e to research and pass the following day. day. %owe&er, the students could not nd any information about it. (hat method should Teacher Teacher - use to teach the assignment? a. Pro)ect method c. *ecture method b. +isco&ery approach d. +emonstration method /. Pictures, models and the like arouse students interest on the day0s topic, in what part of the lesson should the gi&en materials be presented? a. nitiating acti&ities c. E&aluation acti&ities b. -ulminating acti&ities d. +e&elopmental acti&ities 2. n 3loom0s ta$onomy of educational ob)ecti&es, the domains are stated from lowest to highest le&el. (hich of the following ob)ecti&es ob)ecti&es belongs to the lowest le&el? a. To identify the characters of the story. b. To di4erentiate acti&e from passi&e &oice. c. To To gi&e the a&ailable resources that could be recycled to useful things. d. To e$plain the procedure in changing improper fraction to mi$ed number ". The class of 5 # 6alikasan is tasked to analy7e the present population of the di4erent cities and municipalities of the 8ational -apital 9egion for the last &e years. %ow can they best present their analysis? a. 3y means of a table c. 3y means of a graph b. 3y looking for a pattern d. 3y guessing and checking :. There are se&eral reasons why problem#sol&ing is taught in ;ath. (hich is the *EArge the pupils to listen to stories circulating in the community. community. c. Encourage the pupils to listen to daily broadcast from a transistor radio. d. The teacher should try all a&ailable means to get the newspaper deli&ered to the school . +e&ices can make a lecture more understandable and meaningful. (hat is the most important thing a teacher should consider in the selection and utili7ation of instructional materials? a. @b)ecti&es of the lesson d. +egree of interest on the part of the b. A&ailability A&ailability of instructional materials students c. Attracti&eness of instructional materials 1. Teacher Teacher E asks student A to identify and analy7e e&ents, ideas or ob)ects in order to state their similarities and di4erences. n which part of the lesson does said acti&ity take place? a. Preparation Preparation c. Application b. !enerali7ation d. -omparison and Abstraction
11. (hich part of the lesson is in&ol&ed in the gi&ing of situation or acti&ities based on the concepts learned? a. Preparation c. Application b. !enerali7ation d. -omparison and Abstraction 1. Teacher B wants the class to nd out the e4ect of heat on matter. (hich method will help him accomplish his ob)ecti&e? a. Pro)ect ;ethod c. Problem ;ethod b. *aboratory ;ethod d. E$pository ;ethod 1. n ;ath, Teacher ! presents &arious e$amples of plane gures to her class. Afterwards, she asks the students to gi&e denition of each. (hat method did she use? a. nducti&e c. +educti&e b. *aboratory d. E$pository 1/. Teaching Tinikling to #;aliksi becomes possible through the use of? a. nducti&e ;ethod c. +emonstration ;ethod b. E$pository ;ethod d. *aboratory ;ethod 12. (hat is the implication of using a method that focuses on the why rather than the how? a. There is best method b. Typical one will be good for any sub)ect c. These methods should be standardi7ed for di4erent sub)ects. d. Teaching methods should fa&or inquiry and problem sol&ing. 1". (hen using problem sol&ing method, the teacher can a.
b. @b)ecti&es are broad and &alue#laden statements that lead to the philosophy of education. c. 3e idealistic and ambitious to begin with grandiose scheme for using ta$onomy in all le&els. d. These are guidelines to be taught and learned where teachers and stu dents e&aluate learning. . (hich of the following is 8@T true? a. *esson plan should be in constant state of re&ision. b. A good daily lesson plan ensures a better discussion. c.
d. (ho among the Bilipino heroes and heroines do you like best? E$plain. =. (hy does the teacher ha&e to plan the day0s acti&ities? a. This is e$pected by pupils. b. This is required of a teacher. c. The ability of the teacher is tested. d. The accomplishment of the ob)ecti&es is dependent of the plan . (hich of the following should the teacher use to start the class discussion? a. 8arrow question c. ;emory question b. -on&ergent question d. +i&ergent question 1. (hat of the following characteri7es best a well#managed class? (hen learners a. are controlled by the teacher b. blindly obey teachers0 instructions c. pursue their task without inhibition d. are engaged in an acti&ity that leads them to reali7e the set goal 11. (hich of the following belongs to a lower#order thinking skills? a. Teaching for meaning b. Encouraging creati&ity c. Asking con&ergent questions d. ;aking the students aware of their mental processes 1. (hen should Teacher ; undertake the task of setting up routine acti&ities? a. E&ery homeroom period b. @n the &ery rst day of school c. E&ery day at the start of the session d. As soon as the students ha&e ad)usted to their schedule 1. (hich of the following marks a conduci&e en&ironment? a. E$cessi&e praise c. *ong assignments b. ndi&idual competition d. -ooperati&e learning 1/. (hich of the following helps de&elop critical thinking? a. Asking low#le&el questions b. 3lind obedience to authority c. Asking con&ergent questions d. (illingness to suspend )udgment until su'cient e&idence is presented 12.Teacher 8 wants to de&elop the comprehension skills of his pupils. %ow should his questioning proceed? . literal . nterpretation . -ritical 5. ntegration a. , , , 5 b. , , , 5
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1". (hich of the following counters the teacher0s role as facilitator of learning? a. +oes more talk than learners b. +oes less talk compared to learners c. ;akes use of interacti&e teaching strategies d. -aters to multiple intelligence in the classroom 1:. (hich of the following practices &iolates the guidelines in asking questions? a. A&oid cogniti&e memory questions b. -all on pupils before asking the questions c. >se probing questions to follow up incomplete answers d.
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. Asking a series of questions to a student is a &iolation of which technique in questioning? a. (ait time c. 9edirection b. Prompting questions d. Probing questions 1. (hich of the following should Teacher @ practice more if he wants to gi&e his students the opportunity to think critically? a. Pro&ide questions with clues b. !i&e questions that require analysis c. !i&e questions that de&iate from the main topic d. Allow the children to ask questions during class discussion . (hich guideline in asking questions must Teacher P use to de&elop reFecti&e thought and critical thinking among her learners? a. Probing c. (ait time b. Prompting d. 9edirection . (hich of the following practices is an e4ecti&e way to start a lesson? a. -hecking the attendance b.