LET Reviewer in Professional Education (Part I)

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LET Reviewer in Professional Education (Part I)

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  • RATIONALIZATION OF THE PRE-TEST in FL DR. JEWISH ARANETA-MERIN
  • D. III only 1. Ones approach to teaching is influenced by Howard Gardners MI Theory. What is the challenged to do? I. To come up with 10 different ways of approaching lesson to cater to the 10 multiple intelligence II. To develop all students skill in all ten intelligences III. To provide worthwhile activities that acknowledge individual difference in children intelligence type capability and perception Linguistic words and language Logical-Mathematical logic and numbers Musical music, sound, rhythm Bodily-Kinesthetic body movement control Spatial-Visual images and space Interpersonal other people's feelings Intrapersonal self-awareness Naturalist natural environment Spiritual/Existential religion and 'ultimate issues' Moral ethics, humanity, value of life
  • A. High school years 2. According to Erikson, what years are critical for the development of self- confidence? Psychosocial Stage 5 Identity vs. Confusion During adolescence, children explore their independence and develop a sense of self. Those who receive proper encouragement and reinforcement through personal exploration will emerge from this stage with a strong sense of self and a feeling of independence and control.
  • A. They exhibit increased objectivity in thinking 3. Which of the following does NOT describe the development of children aged 11 to 13?
  • D. Scaffolding 4. Teacher Hanz begins a lesson on tumbling, demonstrating front and back somersaults in slow motion and physically guiding his students through the correct movements. As his students become more skillful, he stands back from the man and gives verbal feedback about how to improve. With Vygotskys theory in mind, what did Teacher Hanz do? With appropriate adult help, children can often perform tasks that they are incapable of completing on their own. With this in mind, scaffolding where the adult continually adjusts the level of his or her help in response to the childs level of performanceis an effective form of teaching.
  • C. Sequence instruction 5. What does Gagnes hierarchy theory propose for effective instruction?
  • 6. William Glassers control theory states that behavior in inspired by what satisfies a persons want at any given time. What then must a teacher do to motivate students to learn? D. Make schoolwork relevant to students basic human needs
  • D. discrimination 7. Soc exhibit fear response to freely roaming dogs but does not show fear when a dog is on a leash or confined to a pen. Which conditioning process is illustrated?
  • B. Id 8. Based on Freuds theory, which operate/s when a student strikes a classmate at the height of anger?
  • D. Pavlovian 9. Nadette enjoyed the roller coaster when he and her family went to Enchanted Kingdom. The mere sight of a roller coaster gets her excited. Which theory explains Nadettes behavior?
  • C. I (superego) 10. According to Frued, with which should one be concern if he/she has to develop in the students a correct sense of right and wrong?
  • B. assimilation 11. When small children call animals dog, what process is illustrated on Piagets cognitive development theory?
  • C. I and II 12. Researchers found that when a child is engaged in a learning experience a number of areas of the brain are simultaneously activated. Which of the following is/are implication/s of this research finding? I. Make use of field trips, guest speakers II. Do multicultural units of study III. Stick to the left brain and right brain approach
  • D. Create a learning environment that encourages students to explore their feeling and ideas freely 13. Which appropriate teaching practice flows from this research finding on the brain: The brains emotional center is tied into its ability to learn?
  • D. Expect hypothetical reasoning for learners between 12 to 15 years of age 14. Research on Piagetian tasks indicates that thinking becomes more logical and abstract as children reach the formal operations stage. What is an educational implication of this finding?
  • C. Make them realize that failure is a part of life 15. Research says: People tend to attribute their successes to internal causes and their failures to external causes.Based on this finding, what should be taught to students for them to be genuinely motivated to succeed?
  • 16. Which characterize/s a learning environment that promotes fairness among learners of various cultures, family background and gender? C. I and III
  • D. Work on one behavior at a time 17. Which guideline should you follow for behavior modification to be effective?
  • B. To the degree the student needs it 18. In self-directed learning, to which extent should a teachers scaffolding be?
  • C. Adolescence 19. According to Havighurst to which developmental stages, is the developmental task of learning to get along with age mates belong? Havighurst identified six major stages in human life. They are: 1. Infancy & early childhood (Birth till 6) 2. Middle childhood (6-12) 3. Adolescence (13-18) 4. Early Adulthood (19-30) 5. Middle Age (30-60) 6. Later maturity (60 and over) (Ages 12-18) Achieving new and more mature relations with age mates of both sexes. Achieving a masculine or feminine social role. Accepting ones physique and using the body effectively. Achieving emotional independence of parents and other adults. Preparing for marriage and family life.
  • C. It is how I look at myself through the eyes of others 20. What is referred to as the looking glass self of Colley?
  • D. Accommodation 21. What process in which the children seek to incorporate some new experiences into what they already have?
  • D. Excessive playing 22. Fixation is the tendency of an individual to stay at a particular stage as a result of either frustration or overindulgence to the pleasures of a given stage. Which of the following problems is associated with fixation in latency stage?
  • D.genital 23. The period when the individuals discover that they are mature enough to openly express libido towards the opposite sex which manifested in activities like career, friendship, courtship and marriage is __________.
  • C. phallic 24. In which psychosexual stage is evident in the concept on Oedipus and Electra complex?
  • A. oral 25. Sucking, biting and playing with ones mouth are activities which prove that the child is in _________ stage of the psychosexual theory.
  • 26. During the anal stage, lack of attention to childs toilet training may lead to the _________________. B. messiness and disorderliness
  • A. Piaget 27. Believed that persons who assimilate changes in the environment will also accommodate the experience.
  • C. Kohlberg 28. He decided to expand the moral development researches by making moral dilemmas that could be appropriate for children.
  • B. Gardner 29. ___________ is responsible for the multiple intelligence theory.
  • C. Naturalist 30. Mrs. Mayrain, our science teacher did not allow us to fly balloons because they can harm the whales, sharks, and other fishes. She manifests __________________ intelligence.
  • 34. In what stage of moral development, is the one who attends mass because he wanted to follow the Ten Commandments? B. Conventional
  • B. Inferiority 39. Initiative: Guilt and Industry: ____________.
  • B. Operant conditioning 53. Teacher Joy claims: "If I have to give reinforcement, it has to be given immediately after the response". Which theory supported to her idea?
  • D. Bandura 54. Teacher Windstone, makes sure all eyes are on her as she demonstrates the proper behavior for lighting a Bunsen burner. Whose theory supports his practice?
  • 56. Mrs. Montenegro had observed that