This characteristic refers to an instructional plan’s interrelation of components.
D. Coherence or relatedness of elements and parts from the start to the end must be observed in instructional plans.
This is a teaching activity based on Albert Bandura’s Social Learning theory, and this is best done by teachers instead of reprimanding students to do right.
B. Inductive Reasoning
D. Modelling of learning through observation is central to the Social Learning Theory of Albert Bandura.
Which of the following types of questions limit students’ ability to think creatively and critically?
A. open-ended questions
B. divergent questions
C. probing questions
D. closed-ended questions
D. Closed-ended questions limits the creativity of student response.
To encourage her students to determine the cause and effect of teenage marriage, Mrs. Harriet Chow Yim-Hung divided the class into six groups and asked them to discuss the topic within six minutes. Which of the following techniques did Mrs. Chow use?
A. role playing
B. Philips 66
B. Philips 66 is a technique in which the group is divided into 6 groups and allows them to discuss within 6 minutes.
Which is the best example of Operant Conditioning?
A. Teacher Helga connects facts and concepts when teaching Math.
B. Teacher Stave fosters a conducive learning environment in his classes.
C. Teacher Annabelle uses reinforcement to encourage her students to participate actively in class.
D. Teacher Kendrick uses manipulative devices when teaching Science.
C. Use of reinforcement is the classic characteristics of operant conditioning advocated by BF Skinner.
Gardner, in his Multiple Intelligences Theory, encourages this among teachers.
A. Focus on students’ IQ.
B. Think in a diverse and multidisciplinary way.
C. Present the lesson methodically and logically.
D. Consider various intelligences when writing a lesson plan.
D. Gardner encourages teachers to present the lesson in wide variety of ways and consider the different intelligences of students.
Ms. Tagasa must facilitate this type of activity if she wants to focus on altitudinal change among her students.
A. role play
D. field study
A. Role playing allows the child to show his/her own personal emotions and therefore is a good option when focusing on altitudinal change.
When choosing teaching devices, which is the primary consideration that teachers must think about?
A. The teacher should primarily consider appropriateness of the device to the lesson.
Teacher Carrie uses low-profile classroom control techniques in her elementary classes. Which of the following is an example of a low-profile classroom control technique that she must carry out?
A. React to students’ errant behavior.
B. Observe her students’ behavior.
C. Blurt out students’ misdemeanor.
D. Manage misbehavior without disrupting the lesson.
D. Low-profile discipline means that teacher manages misbehavior of students without disrupting lesson.
When is the best time for teachers to set routines and rules for students to follow?
A. on the first day of school
B. as soon as the students are inside the classroom
C. every homeroom day
D. every day before the start of the lesson
A. Routine activities like the rules in getting materials and standing in line etc. should be established during the first day of school.