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what makes teaching an art

A. its approaches
B. its methods
C. its techniques
D. its mode of delivery


Mrs. Henson intends to present the historical facts of the EDSA Revolution. what type of lesson does she need to prepare

A. review
B. drill
C. development
D. discovery


Mrs. Salvador is planning to take up this coming week the lives of great Filipino women, the significance of their achievements, and how their good traits might be emulated. what type of lesson will be best for these topics

A. development lesson
B. appreciation lesson
C. supervised study lesson
D. application lesson


Ms. Cruz always motivates her class by using current events and relating this with the new lesson. then she solicits information from the class by letting them recite their own experiences. this is apperception. in what part of the lesson do these activities fall

A. preparation
B. development
C. evaluation
D. application


what strategy is best suited for content oriented subject matter

A. expository
B. exploratory
C. collaborative
D. investigative


which does not describe exploratory strategies

A. teaching facilitated
B. inquiry teaching
C. direct instruction
D. high student involvement


what type of lesson is best for fixing certain mathematical formula

A. inductive
B. deductive
C. drill
D. development


in her literature class, Mr. Santos allows his students to write using varied literary forms. he also invites them to present their finished compositions and talk about them. what principle of method is illustrated by the teacher's action

A. method provides for growth and development
B. method stimulates thinking and reasoning
C. method provides for individual differences
D. method liberates the learners


the faculty of Westbridge goes experiential. this implies a shift in method. which methods will the faculty least engage in

A. discovery
B. inquiry
C. expository
D. laboratory


Ms. Sandoval, a newly appointed teacher armed with contemporary ideas on how to approach teaching, offered her students control of the learning situation. she started off with identification of a problem which gave them an opportunity to study situations of interest to them. what form of exploratory learning is this

A. project
B. inquiry
C. discovery
D. inductive learning


Mrs. Baltazar, a newly appointed teacher, conducted drill in Mathematics in a concert manner. she is violating the principle of

A. motivation
B. reinforcement
C. individualization
D. repetition


Ms. Ruiz is fond of giving away material incentives such as candies, biscuits, toys, and ribbons for deserving answers. as a result, the children really exert effort to give smart answers to Ms. Ruiz's questions aiming for the material reward they're going to receive. what motivation is this

A. reverse
B. extrinsic
C. intrinsic
D. artificial


inductive method has many good characteristics which makes it one of the best methods and one of those very popular among teachers. when is this most useful

A. when the child needs to observe many cases
B. when the child needs to compare different cases
C. when the child needs to form own generalization
D. when the child needs to learn chiefly through self-activity


Ms. Unida started her science lesson by stating a generalization. then she asked her pupils to undertake activities to prove the correctness of the generalization before letting them give specific examples or cases. what method did she use

A. inductive
B. deductive
C. problem solving
D. discovery


to prove the truth of the concept "air has weight", Mr. Teodoro grouped his children into four. he gave each group a set of materials with which to perform some experiments to verify the correctness and wrongness of the concept. the groups were also given activity cards where the procedures of the experiment were indicated. so all the groups performed the experiment, after which they filled up a chart to show the result of such activities. this is an illustration of

A. discovery approach
B. process approach
C. laboratory method
D. demonstration method


Mrs. Espinosa, a teacher of values education, focuses her activities on affective learning. she employs experiential methods centered around a group discussion, or peer counseling, guided imaging, narrative exercise, diaries and autobiographies. what type of experience is prioritized by these experiential strategies

A. problem-based learning
B. personal development
C. social change
D. non-traditional learning


to make science lessons interesting and functional, Ms. De Guzman, gives opportunity to her students to develop and apply such skills as communicating, verifying, predicting, hypothesizing, theorizing, measuring, and observing. what instructional approach is she using?

A. discovery approach
B. integrative approach
C. team teaching approach
D. process approach


Ms. Barrameda has been utilizing problem solving method in her social studies lesson. which parallels this method

A. peer learning
B. inquiry learning
C. concept learning
D. cooperative learning


Mrs. Victoria gathered all the Grade 2 pupils who failed in the Mathematics achievement test covering the 4 fundamentals. for several days after class, she conducted lessons on the basic concepts and operations involved. what did this teacher's action exemplify

A. tutorial activities
B. enrichment activities
C. remedial instruction
D. make-up instruction


Mrs. Bartolome is excited about trying out cooperative learning in her own class in social studies. which should be her primary consideration

A. homogeneous grouping
B. at least 10 members in a group
C. interdependence among members should be stressed
D. permanent roles for everyone in the group activity


Ms. Arceo's method of teaching has shifted from a very traditional method to a contemporary notion of an experiential learning. she always finds means and ways by which students learn with and from each other by attempting to identify, and then implement solutions to their problems and opportunities. what kind of learning is emphasized by Ms. Arceo

A. personal teaching
B. group learning
C. self-learning
D. action learning


problem-based learning has been conceptualized in various ways. what is the first step of this procedure

A. explore the problem
B. generate possible solutions
C. start with a problem
D. implement a solution


Ms. Sunga very often uses the inquiry approach in science teaching. what would be the emphasis in this approach

A. verbal interaction with peers
B. verbal interaction with the teacher
C. pupils' manipulation of information and materials
D. step-by-step laboratory procedure


which discussion technique requires advance and extensive preparation

A. panel
B. forum
C. symposium
D. brainstorming


to make students more aware of the consequences of drugs, the araling panlipunan teacher asked her students to present some situations observed in their respective community regarding the destructive effects of drug abuse. she gave the students 10 minutes to think and organize themselves before they act out the situation. what technique is used by the teacher

A. dramatization
B. role playing
C. pageant
D. socio-drama


which teacher's statement illustrates a redirection technique of questioning

A. another, michael
B. what is equal twelve
C. well, do you think they have the same element
D. what can you say about their culture


Mr. Santos has been using probing as one of the questioning techniques in her class. in which of the following will probing be least effective

A. probing for clarification
B. probing for redirection
C. probing for consensus
D. probing for complexity


asking questions that require students to apply, analyze, and evaluate information is a major goal of social studies lesson. what questioning technique will best set a classroom climate in which thinking and analyzing are valued

A. using divergent follow-up question
B. extending wait time
C. repeating what students say
D. providing unlimited thinking time


Mrs. De Jesus has been having discipline problems with her english class. what questioning technique may sustain the students' attention

A. ask questions that are sequential
B. ask questions that are stimulating
C. ask questions that are memory testing
D. ask questions that contribute to continuous learning


one important aspect of classroom management is establishing an effective climate. which describes accurately the climate in the context of classroom management

A. the manner and degree to which a teacher exercises authority
B. the atmosphere or mood in which interaction between teacher and students take place
C. the temperature reading at different periods of the day
D. emotional atmosphere emanating from the teacher's mood