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LET Reviewer in Professional Education

LET Reviewer for Professional Education
LET Reviewer for Professional Education

26. There are several reasons why problem solving is taught in Mathematics. Which is the LEAST important?
a. It is the main goal for the study of Mathematics
b. It provides pupil opportunity to develop critical and analytical thinking
c. It provides pupils an opportunity to relate Mathematics with the real world
d. It provides the content in which concepts and skills are learned and applied

27. When would calculators be allowed to use in mathematics class?
a. Whenever computation is needed
b. Whenever pupils are tied of doing tedious computations
c. Whenever pupils are taught about technologies in Mathematics
d. Whenever computational skill is not the main focus of instruction

28. Ginagamit ito upang matutuhan ng mga mag-aaral ang pagsulat ng mga usapan sa isang diyalogo na may kasamang larawan.
a. Pocket tsart
b. Flannel board
c. Mobile
d. Komik istrip

29. The grade one pupils of Mrs Regalado are poor in solving problems. She uses the strategy “Act It Out” to helped her pupils understand word problems. Which of these problems can be solved through this strategy?
a. How much time did you spend in coming here?
b. How many meters of wire are needed to fence the garden?
c. What number is 168 more than the product of 34 and 6925?
d. Eight boys were playing at the corridor. Five boys joined them. How many boys were there?

30. Which is the best way to present Manuel’s answer on the problem about showing the percentages of his routinary activities in a day?
a. By means of a table
b. By means of a graph
c. By looking for a pattern
d. By guessing and checking

31. In which situation will the Demonstration Method most likely be the best method to use?
a. Yhe teacher wants to motivate the pupils
b. The lesson calls for the use of varied materials
c. The lesson calls for the use of dangerous materials
d. The pupils are noisy and busy with a pre-assigned task

32. Which is the best way to present Mark’s analysis on the numbers of sides, faces, and vertices of spatial figues?
a. By means of the table
b. By means of a graph
c. By looking for a pattern
d. By guessing and checking

33. The newer and broader concept of method gives more emphasis on the why rather than the how. This is relevant to the suggested response in teaching methodology. It implies that
a. there is one single method
b. a typical one will b good for any subject
c. these methods should be standardized for different subject
d. teaching strategies should favor inquiry and problem solving

34. Which of the following questions involve the highest degree of critical thinking on the part of the learners?
a. Why did the people join the rally?
b. What were the causes of the mass lay-off?
c. Did the president agree to the plan of the cabinet members?
d. What is the best alternative to lower the cost of gasoline?

35. Which of the following objectives is best measured using performance-based assessment?
a. Differentiates potential from kinetic energy
b. Describes how forests prevent soil erosion
c. Identifies some activities of human beings to meet their needs
d. Practices precautionary measures to avoid getting hurt from the sun’s heat and light

36. Ms Ubiña required her students to make a project for the different spatial figures to measure the objective “construct different spatial figures”. Was the method of assessment appropriate for such objective? Why?
a. No, because such requirement is impractical for the pupils
b. No, because the teacher can simply prepare an essay test
c. Yes, because such require matches with the given objective
d. Yes, because the project can be preserved to have ready instructional materials of the topic for the next year

37. Which of the following is the main purpose of teaching Communication Arts?
a. To know language and consequently be able to use it effectively
b. To develop expertise in constructing grammatically correct sentences
c. To pronounce words as accurately as the native speakers of the language
d. To master the structure of the language

38. Which of the following BEST characterizes communicative competence?
a. accuracy and fluency in using language
b. appropriateness and effectiveness in the use of language
c. mastery and eloquence in language use
d. precise pronunciation and impressive vocabulary

39. Which of the following strategies could enable learners to see relationships among concepts?
a. deduction
b. visual organizer
c. problem-solving
d. mastery teaching

40. Which of the following theories hold that one’s experiences play a significant role in language development?
a. Psycholinguistics
b. Constructivism
c. Sociolinguistics
d. Metacognition

41. Mrs Tercero wants her Grade VI pupils to process ad remember information from a Social Studies text. Which of the following strategies could help her pupils to understand the text better, develop more confidence in themselves as well as in relating effectively with others?
a. Lecture Method
b. Inductive Method
c. Cooperative Learning
d. Mastery Learning

42. Teacher Bel must explain important concepts to be understood by the students well. Which of the following should she use?
a. Expository Method
b. Inquiry Method
c. Laboratory Method
d. Discovery Method

43. Which of the following methods would BEST make the learners familiar with the parts and uses of a microscope?
a. Discovery
b. Expository Teaching
c. Inductive Teaching
d. Experimentation

44. Mr. De Vega presented examples and non-examples of omnivorous animals to his Grade II class. What teaching strategy did he use?
a. discovery
b. demonstration
c. concept attainment
d. group investigation

45. Mrs Jimenez would like to know the quality of learning her students gained after discussing the issues involved in the bombing of the World Trade Center last Sept 11,2001. Which strategy will BEST serve her purpose?
a. Note taking
b. KWL
c. SQ3R
d. Learning Log

46. Which of the statements is TRUE in the selection of an appropriate instructional material for a lesson?
a. Choose the most attractive and commercially available devices
b. Consider the maturity and developmental characteristics of the learners
c. Find out what materials are available in the school before deciding on the objectives of the lesson
d. Select a technologically-advanced instructional material

47. In gauging students’ learning, which of the following types of assessment tools provide the richest source of information about the learners?
a. Quizzes
b. Recitation
c. Portfolio
d. Practical Exam

48. Mr. Castillo is preparing a lecture on ways of conserving and preserving marine life in their barangay. He would like to make his lecture more meaningful and understandable by using some devices. What is the most important thing he should consider in the selection and utilization of teaching aids and devices?
a. Availability of these devices.
b. Attractiveness of these devices.
c. Degree of interest that could be aroused in the students.
d. Goals to be achieved in the teaching-learning process.

49. Which activity uses Practical Work strategy?
a. The teacher lets his/her students manipulate multiple blocks and bars in developing the concepts of place value.
b. The teacher lets his/her students do imagining in developing the concept of place value.
c. The teacher lets his/her students do peer tutoring in developing the concept of the place value.
d. The teacher lets his/her students manipulate numbers in developing the concept of place value.

50. Mrs. Olivarez wants her pupils to find out the number of complete circuits in a parallel connection. What teaching strategy should she use?
a. discussion
b. experimentation
c. concept attainment
d. lecture-demonstration

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