All learning activities should be planned strategically because ____________.
A. The success of the lesson is also dependent on the plan.
B. Students look forward to the lesson plan with curiosity and enthusiasm.
C. Teachers are required to plan activities as part of their responsibilities.
D. This will measure the true pedagogical skill of the teacher.
A. One way of ensuring success is through effective lesson planning.
During the flag ceremony, 4th-year student Veronica Duarte was seen hyperventilating and was brought to the school clinic. Veronica’s homeroom teacher Mrs. Jennifer Ortega-Bernardo took note of this incident through a/an ____________.
A. Problem Checklist
B. Class Record
C. Anecdotal Record
D. Permanent Student Record
C. Anecdotal Record contains the significant/untoward incidents/report that happen with students.
Ms. Jolene Aguas, an art teacher, shows an ambiguous picture to her students and asks them to respond to some questions. The technique was applied by Ms. Aguas.
A. Problem checklistt
B. Projective technique
D. Anecdotal record
B. Projective Technique allows the innermost thoughts of the students to come out. This highly specialized technique is used on students by well-trained professionals.
Dr. Agnes Romero, a History professor, has his habit of calling her student’s names before asking them a question during recitation. This practice is considered
A. Right because it makes the students very attentive.
B. Wrong because the moment the teacher calls a name, the rest of the class will not listen anymore to the question since it’s not for them.
C. Right because it gives a certain formality to the recitation.
D. Wrong because the question may not be suited for that particular student.
B. During recitation, question must be asked first before calling name.
The following methods can be used by Mr. William Sunglao in his Business Math Class if he wants his students to master the concepts of calculating for the discount and for the mark up of saleable
A. Discovery method
B. Type method
C. Unit method
D. Drill method
D. The Drill method allows Mr. Sunglao’s students to repeat the procedures again and again, which will eventually lead to mastery.
Which of the following can Math teachers use in their classes in order to develop Logical-Mathematical skills in their students?
A. Independent Study
D. Problem solving
D. Logical Mathematical skills can be best developed by providing Problem Solving activities.
Mr. Daniel Arcadio. A high school home economics teacher, wanted to teach proper table etiquette to his senior students. He set up a long dinner table with complete formal dinner set-up and demonstrated the proper use of cutlery and chinaware. He let his students practice eating at a formal dinner. What the students performed in Mr. Arcadio’s class was __________.
B. Panel discussion
D. Role playing
C. Simulation allowed the students to put into use the lesson taught by the teacher. Simulation game technique operations on the principle “I am what I should be”.
The primary concern of a teaching aid is that it must be _________.
A. Visually appealing
B. Contextualized culturally
C. Written comprehensively
D. In sync with the lesson objectives
D. First and foremost, the instructional aid should be suited to the objective of the lesson.
From the start to finish, lesson plans must possess this characteristic, which refers to logical organization and comprehensibility.
C. Coherence is shown when all the parts are connected and related.
Groups of students give other groups their comments and suggestions on how to improve the others’ works. This is called a _____________.
A. Critiquing session
B. Jury trial
C. Round table
D. Consensus decision
A. Critiquing session allows the evaluation of member’s work by the group and it encourages the giving of constructive comments on how to improve the work.