Teachers must do this in order to ensure the smooth transition of activities in class.
A. Make students socialize between activities.
B. Make the materials readily available and accessible.
C. Set rules and regulations even in the middle of the activities.
D. Wait for those who are slow in accomplishing tasks.
B. Materials should be ready so that there will be smooth transition from activity to activity. This will also save time.
Referent power of the teacher is best shown by this example.
A. Teacher Maurice tells the students the importance of having good grades.
B. Teacher Terry gives his students a feeling of trust, compassion, and acceptance.
C. Ms. Rustia makes the students feel she knows what he is talking about.
D. Professor Gallaga reminds his students about his authority over them.
B. Referent power means that teacher shows loving attitude toward students.
Jacob Kounin’s “with-it-ness” is best exemplified by this situation.
A. Mrs. Eufemio accommodations students who have queries with regard to the lesson.
B. Mr. Maceda is aware of what is happening in his classroom.
C. Ms. Yip is known as a loving and caring teacher.
D. Mr. Wal gives attention to the slow-learning students in his class.
B. With-it-ness means the teacher should have an eye at the back of his head, and should therefore be aware of the things happening in the classroom.
Edgar Dale’s Cone of Experience refers to this as an experience that is almost the same as the actual one.
A. viewing images
B. hearing and listening
C. attending exhibits
D. watching demonstrations
A. Watching demo allows the child to learn better rather than hearing/listening.
A ripple effect can be observed in misdemeanors, such as students making noise in class and bullying others. The teacher should therefore ______________.
A. count 1 to 10 before she gets angry
B. immediately respond to misbehavior
C. be consistent in classrooms management
D. reinforce positive behavior
D. Teacher should reinforce positive behavior so that the students will also show positive behavior.
To promote higher-order thinking skills, Ms. Onrubia must ask her students these types of questions.
A. Divergent question allows the students to think more creatively since it is an open-ended type.
Science teacher Mr. Timothy Yip Wai-Lok brought a globe for his geography class. Which of the following types of teaching aids does a globe fall under?
D. Model is a tangible and scaled replica of something. The globe is a very good example of a model.
Realia is best to use in class when it is ___________.
B. Realia should only be brought inside the room if its is feasible. Ex. The teacher should not bring venomous animals in the classroom if the topic is about reptiles.
Ms. Jane Cheung Yuk-Yin, a biology teacher, wants to show her students how blood circulates in the heart. Which of the following devices is suitable for Ms. Cheung’s lesson?
D. Mock-up allows the students to manipulate the device. Therefore, it will be a more effective material to use in the given situation.
Which of the following is the greatest contribution of Educational for AU (EFA) to the public?
A. Practice of inclusive education
B. emphasizing formal education system
C. making educational reform in exclusive schools
D. offering of ALS to indigents
A. EFA or Education for All gives equal opportunities for all kinds of learners whether regular or special. Inclusive education as part of EFA allows special students to have access to regular schooling.