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what is the most valuable learning experience that is derived from the use of discussion procedures

A. group thinking
B. public speaking
C. gathering facts
D. formulating opinions


Which type of question would be most useful for starting a class discussion

A. narrow question
B. memory question
C. divergent question
D. convergent questions


what is the best way to maintain discipline inside the classroom

A. be democratic in your approach
B. scold the students every time mistakes occur
C. be consistent in the rules and regulations agreed upon
D. frown every time students do something inappropriate


Ms. Inocencio would like to show behavior of animals of their natural habitat. due to financial constraints, she couldn't bring her pupils to the zoo. what should she do to make the teaching learning process more realistic and meaningful

A. discuss the lesson on animals with examples
B. show a videotaped behavior of animals seen in the zoo
C. show pictures of animal according to their movement
D. go to the zoo herself and relate these observations made to the pupils


when does an instructional material become inefficient in the teaching-learning process

A. when it facilitates learning
B. when it increases students' degree of mastery of its content
C. when it increases the time taken for learners to attain desired goal
D. when it increases efficiency of teachers in terms of numbers of learners taught


why should a teacher learn to conduct a lesson using variety of procedures and methods

A. the students will learn to conform to the rules established for discussions
B. the teacher can delegate facilitation of the discussion to the most able student in the class
C. discussion procedures help the teacher to attend to other things while the lesson is in progress
D. the students will learn to analyze and question the relationship of concepts involved in the topic or problem under study


Mr. Espinosa presents an article that illustrates how people resort to kaingin for livelihood but eventually leads to the destruction of the forest. he asks the class what they would do to help solve the problem. what discussion technique is best to use

A. seminar
B. workshop
C. case study
D. round table discussion


Mr. Estrada's class lost in a debate forum. thinking of learning from the experience, they analyzed the process. what could have led to losing the contest

A. they indicated fallacy in reasoning
B. they presented facts relevant to that question
C. his debater upheld different points of views about the issue
D. their evidences were filed systematically to facilitate easy retrieval at any given stage in the debate


the moderator felt that there was a neglected issue that needed to be addressed before the forum ended. if you were the moderator, what would you do

A. allow the speakers to ask each other questions
B. remind the audience to ask brief and concise questions
C. assure the audience that there will be part two of the forum
D. arrange to have someone ask an important question on a neglected issue


Ms. Sebastian's concern is to give her student the opportunity to think critically. which of the following can best achieve her goal

A. provide questions with clues
B. give questions that require analysis
C. give questions that deviate from the main topic
D. allow the children to ask questions during discussion


Which is NOT recommended in questioning

A. avoid cognitive memory questions
B. call on pupils before asking them questions
C. use probing questions to follow up incomplete answers
D. sequence questions so that higher level questions build on the answers to lower level questions


which question aims for a redirection

A. i don't think you know the answer
B. are you sure about your answer, imelda
C. could you read the question again, violeta
D. what do you think of allan's answer, cora


what is illustrated in the given question: "what cause joseph estrada's removal from office?"

A.fill-in question
B. probing question
C. leading question
D. evaluation question


which of the following is the goal of classroom mangement

A. increase problems in the classroom
B. minimize the class noise in the room
C. increase the occurrence of discipline problems
D. maximize the proportion of classroom time to productive activity


which of the following statement is NOT true

A. behavior is strengthened by punishment
B. behavior is strengthened by immediate reinforcement
C. students respond better to positive reinforcement than punishment
D. behavior is shaped by its consequences not by the cause of the problem


which of the following refers to preventive discipline

A. rules
B. rewards
C. punishment
D. reinforcement


in your class, you noticed that 3 boys failed to follow the norm of cleaning up before the period ended. what will you do

A. remind the boys they forgot something and make them realize what they ought to do
B. put them back yourself anyway they are just children
C. whip the boys so that they will not do it again
D. scold them in front of the class


which of the following technologies provide iconic experiences

A. pictures and television
B. slides and verbal symbols
C. printed and audio materials
D. radio and programmed instruction


prof. Bagtas prepared manipulative models and worksheets in teaching math to help her students understand the lesson and love the subject. what did she bear in mind when she prepared these materials

A. appropriateness
B. balance
C. breadth
D. variety


which of the following questions is NOT appropriate when we select the content of an instructional material

A. is it current
B. is it durable
C. does it match the instructional objective
D. is it appropriate/ suited to the needs of the students


prof. Esteban took photographs of the different animals in the zoo as her instructional materials in her science class. which is the best thing to do to allow the whole class to see the realistic reproductions of these pictures at the same time

A. photocopy the pictures taken
B. transform the pictures into slides
C. have the pupils pass the pictures around
D. mount the pictures on the board one by one


after M. Lim planned her lesson in science,she found out that the materials at hand do not match her objectives. which is the best step she could do

A. modify the available materials
B. teach the lesson the following day
C. change the objectives to match the available materials at hand
D. carry out the lesson as planned and use the materials at hand


which of the following is an ineffective way of presenting visuals

A. show visuals with an element of suspense
B. shut off the overhead projector when explaining lengthily
C. erase the writing on the chalkboard or whiteboard when you no longer need it
D. have as many visuals you can present simultaneously to hold the learners' interest


Mrs. Sison is training her student to integrate technology in writing a friendly letter. which of the following is the most effective way of doing it

A. have the pupils write a friendly letter on paper and scan it
B. let the pupils copy and paste a friendly letter from the internet
C. have the pupils forward a downloaded friendly letter to others via email
D. let the pupils write a letter using word processing and have it critiqued by their peers


why should Mrs. Reyes allow her pupils to use the school's internet connection during their English class

A. no, because the pupils would not chat with their friends
B. yes, because the pupils could send generic messages via email
C. no, because the pupils could receive information from friends and relatives
D. yes, because the pupils could access endless information through the internet


the teacher and the learners can derive many benefits from the use of the different types of discussion procedures. which of the list below is NOT to be considered as one of the benefits

A. the students learn to work cooperatively
B. the teacher gains full control of the teaching and learning process
C. discussion technique can help the teacher vary his/her day-today classroom activities
D. the teacher and the learners get the desired understanding of the lesson at hand through analysis and evaluation of facts


role playing is one of the techniques done to ensure active participation in the class. which does not serve the purpose of role playing

A. starting the forum
B. illustrating a point when interest lags
C. spontaneous acting out of problems or situations
D. giving caricatures that cause laughter and entertainment


which should be observed during a symposium

A. the speaker presents facts related to the problem for the listeners to analyze
B. the speaker makes a conclusion at the end of his/her speech for the listeners
C. one may interrupt a speaker to ask questions about an aspect of a problem being discussed
D. the speaker can be very casual and conversational because he/she is addressing a small group


how is the round table conference different from the symposium

A. round table conference is done for a small group while symposium is done for a big group
B. round table conference starts with a formal talk while symposium starts with a question for discussion
C. round table conference is formal while symposium is an informal gathering
D. round table conference allows only the leader to talk while symposium allows the audience to participate in the discussion


Mr. Reyes plans to hold a seminar which will be participated in not only by his class but by the members of the community. he wants to involve the community in solving the problem on waste management. what is to be expected at the end of the seminar

A. the participants will develop a policy that they will work effectively in their community
B. the participants will be able to identify the origin of the problem
C. the participants will be more informed about the problem
D. the participants will be bringing home materials to read