PROFESSIONAL CODE OF ETHICS / LAWS





PROFESSIONAL CODE OF ETHICS / LAWS







PROFESSIONAL CODE OF ETHICS / LAWS

 Education Act of 1982 applies to both private schools in all levels of the entrire education system. An act providing for the establishment and maintenance of an integrated system of education.
 Act. No. 74 - laid the foundation of the Philippine public school system and made English as the language instruction. Jan. 1, 1901
 RA 416 Converted the Philippine Normal School into Teachers college and offered courses leading BS in Elementary Educ. and Master of Arts in Educ. June 18, 1949
 RA 7168 - converted the Phil. Normal SChool into university Dec. 26,1991
 Commonwealth Act No. 1 - Basis of Compulsory military training in the school. it is also known as National Defese Act passed by the Philippine Assembly on Dec. 21, 1935
 Commonwealth Act No. 586 - Also known as Education Act of 194-, provides the legal Basis fo rhte six-year elementary course, the double-single session, fixing the school entrance age to 7 ad the national support for elementary educ, compulsory attendance in the primary grades for all children who enrolled in Grade 1
 RA 6655 - also known as the Free Public Secondary Education Act of 1988
 DECS ORDER NO. 38 S. 1994 - All senior high school students are required to take NSAT
 DECS ORDER NO. 25 - Implemented a Bilingual Education Policy since 1974, requiring English as medium of instruction.
 DECS ORDER NO. 107 S. 1989 - Recommended the use of English or Filipino or both the language the child brings to school should be valued.
 RA 5462 - Created the NMYC to increase the employability and improve the quality of skills of the out-of-school youths
 PD 603 - Requires that every school division should organize special classes for children with special needs.
 RA 5250 of 1966 - provide a ten-year teacher education program in Special Education for the teaching of the gifted, mentally-retarded and those with behavior problems.
 PD 1480 - Created the National Computer Center as the central computer policy body directly under Office of the President
 RA 5698 - Created the Legal Education Board to improve the quality of law schools and arest of the climbing number of bar flunkenrs
 RA 7686 - institutional dual training, allowing students of vocational and technical education to pursue their studies while at the same time geting paid on the job training in private industries
 COMMONWEALTH ACT NO. 80 - provides the leagal basis for adult education implementing the constituitonal provision on the citizenship traing of adult citizens.
 PD 1139 - created the position of Deputy Minister for Non formal Education program of the ministry.
 ACT NO 3377 - Vocational Act of 1927 of the Philippine Legislature as amended by Act No. 3740 and RA No. 175 laid the basis for vocation education in the pbulic shools and made provisions for its support
 ACT NO. 2706 - Placed the private schools uder the regulation and supervision of the Secretary of Education, Culture and Sports
 MECS ORDER NO. 84 - recognition of academic program of each private school in order to give teh students who have completed the cours, certificate and title or diploma
 PD NO. 1006 - Considered teachers as professional and teaching promulgated on as profession . PBET
 sept. 22, 1976 and effective on jan. 12, 1977 - All teachers are required to pass the PBET before they be allowe to teach whether in private or public elem and secondary school
 commonwealth act 587 - confers the status of perason in authority upon supervisors, teachers, and professors of public and recognize private schools.
 B.P. 232 SECTION 64 - pertains to braden the scientific and technological knowledge and promote vocational efficeincy, embodied in teh creation of BTVE
 ra no 4670 - Magna Carta for Public School Teachers, declared as its policy the promotion and improvement of the social and economic status of public school teachers.
 PD NO 146 - Required all high school graduates seeking admissions to post secondary degree programs necessitating a minimum of four years study to pass a national entrance examination.
 MECS ORDER NO. 31 SERIES OF 1981 - A revsision and clarification of MEC ORDER NO. 1 S. 1979, entitled selection of those who will be awarded honors in teh secondary schools should be based on weighed rank.
 MECS ORDER NO. 44 SERIES OF 1983 - Revised procedure of determining honor pupils in elemetary grades.
 RA 7722 - Puts up the CHED to take over the DECS the task of over seein the tertiary education
 RA 7731 - Abolished the NCEE to give the marginalized sector greater access to college education
 RA 7743 - Created the Centers of Excellence in Teacher EducationalTechnology Pupcabiaocampus
 RA 7796 - Created the TESDA which has the function of upgrading Voc-Tech training.
 RA 7791 - Streched the sY FROM 185-200 DAYS
 RA 1265 - Made the observance of flag ceremony compulsory.
 RA 7836 - Mandated the holding of periodic licensure test for would be mentors under the supervision of the PRC
 RA 9155 - The governance of basic education act passed to rename DECS to DepEd

 Education Act of 1982 applies to both private schools in all levels of the entrire education system. An act providing for the establishment and maintenance of an integrated system of education.
 Act. No. 74 - laid the foundation of the Philippine public school system and made English as the language instruction. Jan. 1, 1901
 RA 416 Converted the Philippine Normal School into Teachers college and offered courses leading BS in Elementary Educ. and Master of Arts in Educ. June 18, 1949
 RA 7168 - converted the Phil. Normal SChool into university Dec. 26,1991
 Commonwealth Act No. 1 - Basis of Compulsory military training in the school. it is also known as National Defese Act passed by the Philippine Assembly on Dec. 21, 1935
 Commonwealth Act No. 586 - Also known as Education Act of 194-, provides the legal Basis fo rhte six-year elementary course, the double-single session, fixing the school entrance age to 7 ad the national support for elementary educ, compulsory attendance in the primary grades for all children who enrolled in Grade 1
 RA 6655 - also known as the Free Public Secondary Education Act of 1988
 DECS ORDER NO. 38 S. 1994 - All senior high school students are required to take NSAT
 DECS ORDER NO. 25 - Implemented a Bilingual Education Policy since 1974, requiring English as medium of instruction.
 DECS ORDER NO. 107 S. 1989 - Recommended the use of English or Filipino or both the language the child brings to school should be valued.
 RA 5462 - Created the NMYC to increase the employability and improve the quality of skills of the out-of-school youths
 PD 603 - Requires that every school division should organize special classes for children with special needs.
 RA 5250 of 1966 - provide a ten-year teacher education program in Special Education for the teaching of the gifted, mentally-retarded and those with behavior problems.
 PD 1480 - Created the National Computer Center as the central computer policy body directly under Office of the President
 RA 5698 - Created the Legal Education Board to improve the quality of law schools and arest of the climbing number of bar flunkenrs
 RA 7686 - institutional dual training, allowing students of vocational and technical education to pursue their studies while at the same time geting paid on the job training in private industries
 COMMONWEALTH ACT NO. 80 - provides the leagal basis for adult education implementing the constituitonal provision on the citizenship traing of adult citizens.
 PD 1139 - created the position of Deputy Minister for Non formal Education program of the ministry.
 ACT NO 3377 - Vocational Act of 1927 of the Philippine Legislature as amended by Act No. 3740 and RA No. 175 laid the basis for vocation education in the pbulic shools and made provisions for its support
 ACT NO. 2706 - Placed the private schools uder the regulation and supervision of the Secretary of Education, Culture and Sports
 MECS ORDER NO. 84 - recognition of academic program of each private school in order to give teh students who have completed the cours, certificate and title or diploma
 PD NO. 1006 - Considered teachers as professional and teaching promulgated on as profession . PBET
 Sept. 22, 1976 and effective on jan. 12, 1977 - All teachers are required to pass the PBET before they be allowe to teach whether in private or public elem and secondary school
 commonwealth act 587 - confers the status of perason in authority upon supervisors, teachers, and professors of public and recognize private schools.
 B.P. 232 SECTION 64 - pertains to braden the scientific and technological knowledge and promote vocational efficeincy, embodied in teh creation of BTVE
 RA no 4670 - Magna Carta for Public School Teachers, declared as its policy the promotion and improvement of the social and economic status of public school teachers.
 PD NO 146 - Required all high school graduates seeking admissions to post secondary degree programs necessitating a minimum of four years study to pass a national entrance examination.
 MECS ORDER NO. 31 SERIES OF 1981 - A revsision and clarification of MEC ORDER NO. 1 S. 1979, entitled selection of those who will be awarded honors in teh secondary schools should be based on weighed rank.
 MECS ORDER NO. 44 SERIES OF 1983 - Revised procedure of determining honor pupils in elemetary grades.
 RA 7722 - Puts up the CHED to take over the DECS the task of over seein the tertiary education
 RA 7731 - Abolished the NCEE to give the marginalized sector greater access to college education
 RA 7743 - Created the Centers of Excellence in Teacher EducationalTechnology Pupcabiaocampus
 RA 7796 - Created the TESDA which has the function of upgrading Voc-Tech training.
 RA 7791 - Streched the sY FROM 185-200 DAYS
 RA 1265 - Made the observance of flag ceremony compulsory.
 RA 7836 - Mandated the holding of periodic licensure test for would be mentors under the supervision of the PRC
 RA 9155 - The governance of basic education

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PART 2 - PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION WITH RATIONALIZATION :)

11. Thea listened to the advice  given by her sister to end the relationship that she has with Gilbert. However, her sister learned that the advice  she has given was not followed and Thea decided to continue the relationship. This action of Thea is a manifestation of what kind of philosophy?
A.  Essentialism                                  C.  Perennialism
B.  Existentialism   ///                             D.  Humanism

RATIONALIZATION: B. Existentialism. Existentialism is the philosophy of subjectivity of selfhood
and proclaims man’s freedom in the accomplishment of his destiny.

12. After finishing the degree in Education, Teacher M learns that learning never stops.  In fact, she accumulates more knowledge after leaving  the portal of her alma mater. This typifies what kind of philosophy?
A.  Constructivism                             C. Progressivism ///
B.  Perennialism                                 D.  Humanism

RATIONALIZATION: C. Progressivism. Progressivism connotes change, growth and development. It is an active form of philosophy for it continues to evolve.

13. Matilda is an advocate of the principle “making the most of your life”. She is indeed an
advocate of what kind of philosophy?
A.  Humanism  ///                       C. Realism
B.  Perennialism                     D.  Existentialism

RATIONALIZATION: A. Humanism. Humanism is a philosophy that stresses to “live life to the fullest”.

14. Teacher X is a very dedicated teacher in the nursery. Her foremost concern is for students to learn how to adapt themselves in the environment. This shows that Teacher X upholds what kind of philosophy?
A.  Naturalism ///                        C. Progressivism
B.  Pragmatism                       D.  Rationalism

RATIONALIZATION: A. Naturalism. Naturalism aims to unfold the child’s potential, not to prepare him for a definite vocation or social  position but to prepare him to adapt to the changing times and needs.

15. Teacher J serves as an inspiration to his students because of his efficiency and effectiveness as a teacher. The mind set of his students towards him/her is an instance of what kind of philosophy?
A.  Realism                    C.  Nationalism
B.  Idealism ///                D.  Constructivism

RATIONALIZATION: B. Idealism. Idealism is a philosophy which asserts that what’s in the mind is the only reality. In this situation, the teacher inspires his/her students through the values that he/she possessed. Values are absolute are told to belong  in realm of ideas. Hence, these are considered as ideas that exist only in the mind.

16. John learns  well through active interplay with others. His learning increases when engaged in activities that has meaning  in him. Which philosophy can describe this?
A.  Progressivism ///                               C.  Realism
B.  Idealism                                         D.  Empiricism

RATIONALIZATION: A. Progressivism. Progressivism is a philosophy of hands of learning or experiential learning. “Learning by doing”. Learning is based from the questions of one’s experience of the world. Hence, it is the learner himself  who thinks, solves, and gives meaning through his individual experiences.

17. Your teacher is of the opinion that the world and everything in it are ever changing and so teaches you the skill to cope with the changes. Which in his governing philosophy?
A. Experimentalism   ///              C. Idealism
B. Existentialism                     D. Realism

RATIONALIZATION: A. Experimentalism. Experimentalism believes that things are constantly changing. It is based on the view that reality is what works right now and that goodness comes from group  decisions. As a result, schools exist to discover and expand the society we live in. Students study social  experiences and solve problems.

18. Principal C shares this thought with his teachers: "Subject matter should help students understand and appreciate themselves as unique individuals who accept complete responsibility for their thoughts, feelings, and actions." From which  philosophy is this thought
based? / Teacher V teaches her students to appreciate themselves as unique individuals and are
to accept the responsibility to their feelings, actions and thoughts. She upholds the philosophy of
             .
A.  Perennialism                     C.  Existentialism ///
B.  Essentialism                      D.  Progressivism

RATIONALIZATION: C. Existentialism. Existentialism is the philosophy of subjectivity of selfhood
and proclaims man’s freedom in the accomplishment of his destiny.

 



19. Teacher H class is engage in problem solving  activity which in a way is a reflection of the personal and social experiences. The purpose of this activity is for the students to acquire the skills that can help them in solving their own real-life problems. What philosophy can best describe this?
A.  Realism                    C.  Progressivism ///
B.  Idealism                 D.  Existentialism

RATIONALIZATION: C. Progressivism. Progressivism connotes growth and development. In this manner learning comes best when things are being experienced, that is learning by doing
things. It involves participation of the students and allows  them to exercise freedom.

20. In the Social Science class of Teacher G, students identify the various social and economic problems that require urgent solutions. They not only discuss the ways to address it but also agreed to participate in solving them. What kind of philosophy does this class uphold?
A.  Naturalism             C.  Progressivism
B.  Constructivism      D.  Reconstructivism ///

RATIONALIZATION: D. Reconstructivism. Reconstructivism covers the underlying factors that constitute reality or society. In this regard, students are encourage to become  involved in the problems whether political, social, or economical that confront the society and be able to arrive at solutions in order to reconstruct society.

21. A curriculum should only include those that have survived the test of time and combine the symbols  of literature, history, and mathematics. Thus, curriculum like this contains values that are constant and universal. What philosophy describes this kind of curriculum?
A.  Idealism                            C. Humanism
B.  Perennialism ///                     D.  Essentialism

RATIONALIZATION: B.  Perennialism. Perennialism maintains that education involves confronting the problems and questions that have challenged people  over the centuries. Thus there is a need to study classical tradition of great books.

22. Who among the following puts more emphasis on core requirements, longer school  day, longer academic year and more challenging textbooks?
A.  Perennialist                       C.  Progressivist
B.  Essentialist ///                      D.  Existentialist

RATIONALIZATION: B.  Essentialist. Essentialism is an educational theory rooted in classical realism and idealism which  advocates curricular reform stressing the essentials of the basics like the 3R's.

 

23. “Education is a continuous process of experiencing and of visiting or reorganizing
experiences “according to a Progressivist.  What does it mean?
A. Education begins  and ends in school.
B. Education takes place anytime  and anywhere. C. Education happens  formally and informally.
D. Education goes on throughout life. ///

RATIONALIZATION: D. Education goes on throughout life. Progressivism connotes growth and development. It is an active form of philosophy for it continues to evolve.

24. Mr. Cruz exemplifies an ideal teacher and son. He is competent in his field based on the various recognitions that he received from his school. As a dutiful son, he assumes all the responsibilities of raising his family (this includes his parents, siblings, and their own families) – giving  all their needs and wants. The fulfilment of these is the neglect of the responsibilities to himself. This attitude of Mr. Cruz is against what kind of philosophy?
A.  Existentialism                    C.  Pragmatism
B.  Constructivism                  D. Humanism ///

RATIONALIZATION: D. Humanism. Humanism stresses personal culture, individual freedom, and development (the best way towards full and rich lives).

25. Teacher R ensures to put a certain amount of his monthly earnings in the bank. At the end of the school  year, he used all his savings  in visiting places  rich of cultural heritages rather than of buying  expensive clothes, jewellery, and latest gadgets. Favoring the former action over the latter exhibits that Teacher R follows what kind of philosophy?
A.  Existentialism    ///                 C.  Behaviorism
B.  Essentialism                      D.  Progressivism

RATIONALIZATION: A.  Existentialism. Existentialism is a philosophy that gives a person the freedom to choose.  It is a philosophy of subjectivity.

26. Teacher R ensures to put a certain amount of his monthly earnings in the bank. At the end of the school  year, he used all his savings  in visiting places  rich of cultural heritages rather than of buying  expensive clothes, jewellery, and latest gadgets. This shows that Teacher R is an advocate of what kind of philosophy?
A.  Pragmatism                       C.  Naturalism
B.  Perennialism  ///                   D.  Essentialism

RATIONALIZATION: B.  Perennialism. Perennialism views education as a recurring process based on eternal truths. Good education involves a search for and understanding of truth which can all be found in the great works of civilization.

 

27. Teacher X rates the art work of her students not just on the merit of its appeal to the senses but also considers its uniqueness and the responsibility that every student has given in accomplishing the task. This practice shows how Teacher X upholds this kind of philosophy:
A.  Realism                                 C. Idealism
B.  Reconstructivism              D.  Existentialism ///

RATIONALIZATION: D. Existentialism. Conceives philosophy as something that is felt by an individual because it’s concrete in itself or based on what is concrete. There is also personal involvement in this kind of philosophy.

28. In line with the philosophy of Reconstructivism, which  of the following should be given emphasis in teaching?
A. To seek a better position in the society
B. To compare oneself  with the less fortunate
C. To become  economically self-reliant ///
D. To designate one’s superiority over the others

RATIONALIZATION: C. To become  economically self-reliant. Reconstructivism aims to achieve social changes. This is a philosophy that entails the identification of social  problems, finding solutions for this and be a part of the solution.

29. Joining organizations or clubs in school  is requisite to granting of academic distinction under DECS Order No. 65, s. 1998. This shows school  community connection reflected in activities geared towards society's needs. What philosophy is related to this? / Activities planned by
school  clubs or organizations show school-community connection geared towards society's needs. What philosophy is related to this?
A. Realism                                 C. Existentialism
B. Progressivism                    D. Reconstructivism ///

RATIONALIZATION: D. Reconstructivism. Reconstructivism aims to achieve  social changes. This is a philosophy that entails the identification of social  problems, finding solutions for this and be a part of the solution.

30. Increase of time allotment in English, Math and Science in the Elementary level under the New Elementary School Curriculum (NESC) as provided in DECS Order No. 1, s. 1993 contributes in the culturation of basic literacy by providing the needed essential skills. The related philosophy is            .
A. Realism                                 C. Idealism
B. Essentialism ///                      D. Perennialism

RATIONALIZATION: B. Essentialism. Essentialism is an educational theory rooted in classical realism and idealism which  advocates curricular reform stressing the essentials of the basics like the 3R's.

PART 2 - PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION WITH RATIONALIZATION :)

11. Thea listened to the advice  given by her sister to end the relationship that she has with Gilbert. However, her sister learned that the advice  she has given was not followed and Thea decided to continue the relationship. This action of Thea is a manifestation of what kind of philosophy?
A.  Essentialism                                  C.  Perennialism
B.  Existentialism   ///                             D.  Humanism

RATIONALIZATION: B. Existentialism. Existentialism is the philosophy of subjectivity of selfhood
and proclaims man’s freedom in the accomplishment of his destiny.

12. After finishing the degree in Education, Teacher M learns that learning never stops.  In fact, she accumulates more knowledge after leaving  the portal of her alma mater. This typifies what kind of philosophy?
A.  Constructivism                             C. Progressivism ///
B.  Perennialism                                 D.  Humanism

RATIONALIZATION: C. Progressivism. Progressivism connotes change, growth and development. It is an active form of philosophy for it continues to evolve.

13. Matilda is an advocate of the principle “making the most of your life”. She is indeed an
advocate of what kind of philosophy?
A.  Humanism  ///                       C. Realism
B.  Perennialism                     D.  Existentialism

RATIONALIZATION: A. Humanism. Humanism is a philosophy that stresses to “live life to the fullest”.

14. Teacher X is a very dedicated teacher in the nursery. Her foremost concern is for students to learn how to adapt themselves in the environment. This shows that Teacher X upholds what kind of philosophy?
A.  Naturalism ///                        C. Progressivism
B.  Pragmatism                       D.  Rationalism

RATIONALIZATION: A. Naturalism. Naturalism aims to unfold the child’s potential, not to prepare him for a definite vocation or social  position but to prepare him to adapt to the changing times and needs.

15. Teacher J serves as an inspiration to his students because of his efficiency and effectiveness as a teacher. The mind set of his students towards him/her is an instance of what kind of philosophy?
A.  Realism                    C.  Nationalism
B.  Idealism ///                D.  Constructivism

RATIONALIZATION: B. Idealism. Idealism is a philosophy which asserts that what’s in the mind is the only reality. In this situation, the teacher inspires his/her students through the values that he/she possessed. Values are absolute are told to belong  in realm of ideas. Hence, these are considered as ideas that exist only in the mind.

16. John learns  well through active interplay with others. His learning increases when engaged in activities that has meaning  in him. Which philosophy can describe this?
A.  Progressivism ///                               C.  Realism
B.  Idealism                                         D.  Empiricism

RATIONALIZATION: A. Progressivism. Progressivism is a philosophy of hands of learning or experiential learning. “Learning by doing”. Learning is based from the questions of one’s experience of the world. Hence, it is the learner himself  who thinks, solves, and gives meaning through his individual experiences.

17. Your teacher is of the opinion that the world and everything in it are ever changing and so teaches you the skill to cope with the changes. Which in his governing philosophy?
A. Experimentalism   ///              C. Idealism
B. Existentialism                     D. Realism

RATIONALIZATION: A. Experimentalism. Experimentalism believes that things are constantly changing. It is based on the view that reality is what works right now and that goodness comes from group  decisions. As a result, schools exist to discover and expand the society we live in. Students study social  experiences and solve problems.

18. Principal C shares this thought with his teachers: "Subject matter should help students understand and appreciate themselves as unique individuals who accept complete responsibility for their thoughts, feelings, and actions." From which  philosophy is this thought
based? / Teacher V teaches her students to appreciate themselves as unique individuals and are
to accept the responsibility to their feelings, actions and thoughts. She upholds the philosophy of
             .
A.  Perennialism                     C.  Existentialism ///
B.  Essentialism                      D.  Progressivism

RATIONALIZATION: C. Existentialism. Existentialism is the philosophy of subjectivity of selfhood
and proclaims man’s freedom in the accomplishment of his destiny.

 



19. Teacher H class is engage in problem solving  activity which in a way is a reflection of the personal and social experiences. The purpose of this activity is for the students to acquire the skills that can help them in solving their own real-life problems. What philosophy can best describe this?
A.  Realism                    C.  Progressivism ///
B.  Idealism                 D.  Existentialism

RATIONALIZATION: C. Progressivism. Progressivism connotes growth and development. In this manner learning comes best when things are being experienced, that is learning by doing
things. It involves participation of the students and allows  them to exercise freedom.

20. In the Social Science class of Teacher G, students identify the various social and economic problems that require urgent solutions. They not only discuss the ways to address it but also agreed to participate in solving them. What kind of philosophy does this class uphold?
A.  Naturalism             C.  Progressivism
B.  Constructivism      D.  Reconstructivism ///

RATIONALIZATION: D. Reconstructivism. Reconstructivism covers the underlying factors that constitute reality or society. In this regard, students are encourage to become  involved in the problems whether political, social, or economical that confront the society and be able to arrive at solutions in order to reconstruct society.

21. A curriculum should only include those that have survived the test of time and combine the symbols  of literature, history, and mathematics. Thus, curriculum like this contains values that are constant and universal. What philosophy describes this kind of curriculum?
A.  Idealism                            C. Humanism
B.  Perennialism ///                     D.  Essentialism

RATIONALIZATION: B.  Perennialism. Perennialism maintains that education involves confronting the problems and questions that have challenged people  over the centuries. Thus there is a need to study classical tradition of great books.

22. Who among the following puts more emphasis on core requirements, longer school  day, longer academic year and more challenging textbooks?
A.  Perennialist                       C.  Progressivist
B.  Essentialist ///                      D.  Existentialist

RATIONALIZATION: B.  Essentialist. Essentialism is an educational theory rooted in classical realism and idealism which  advocates curricular reform stressing the essentials of the basics like the 3R's.

 

23. “Education is a continuous process of experiencing and of visiting or reorganizing
experiences “according to a Progressivist.  What does it mean?
A. Education begins  and ends in school.
B. Education takes place anytime  and anywhere. C. Education happens  formally and informally.
D. Education goes on throughout life. ///

RATIONALIZATION: D. Education goes on throughout life. Progressivism connotes growth and development. It is an active form of philosophy for it continues to evolve.

24. Mr. Cruz exemplifies an ideal teacher and son. He is competent in his field based on the various recognitions that he received from his school. As a dutiful son, he assumes all the responsibilities of raising his family (this includes his parents, siblings, and their own families) – giving  all their needs and wants. The fulfilment of these is the neglect of the responsibilities to himself. This attitude of Mr. Cruz is against what kind of philosophy?
A.  Existentialism                    C.  Pragmatism
B.  Constructivism                  D. Humanism ///

RATIONALIZATION: D. Humanism. Humanism stresses personal culture, individual freedom, and development (the best way towards full and rich lives).

25. Teacher R ensures to put a certain amount of his monthly earnings in the bank. At the end of the school  year, he used all his savings  in visiting places  rich of cultural heritages rather than of buying  expensive clothes, jewellery, and latest gadgets. Favoring the former action over the latter exhibits that Teacher R follows what kind of philosophy?
A.  Existentialism    ///                 C.  Behaviorism
B.  Essentialism                      D.  Progressivism

RATIONALIZATION: A.  Existentialism. Existentialism is a philosophy that gives a person the freedom to choose.  It is a philosophy of subjectivity.

26. Teacher R ensures to put a certain amount of his monthly earnings in the bank. At the end of the school  year, he used all his savings  in visiting places  rich of cultural heritages rather than of buying  expensive clothes, jewellery, and latest gadgets. This shows that Teacher R is an advocate of what kind of philosophy?
A.  Pragmatism                       C.  Naturalism
B.  Perennialism  ///                   D.  Essentialism

RATIONALIZATION: B.  Perennialism. Perennialism views education as a recurring process based on eternal truths. Good education involves a search for and understanding of truth which can all be found in the great works of civilization.

 

27. Teacher X rates the art work of her students not just on the merit of its appeal to the senses but also considers its uniqueness and the responsibility that every student has given in accomplishing the task. This practice shows how Teacher X upholds this kind of philosophy:
A.  Realism                                 C. Idealism
B.  Reconstructivism              D.  Existentialism ///

RATIONALIZATION: D. Existentialism. Conceives philosophy as something that is felt by an individual because it’s concrete in itself or based on what is concrete. There is also personal involvement in this kind of philosophy.

28. In line with the philosophy of Reconstructivism, which  of the following should be given emphasis in teaching?
A. To seek a better position in the society
B. To compare oneself  with the less fortunate
C. To become  economically self-reliant ///
D. To designate one’s superiority over the others

RATIONALIZATION: C. To become  economically self-reliant. Reconstructivism aims to achieve social changes. This is a philosophy that entails the identification of social  problems, finding solutions for this and be a part of the solution.

29. Joining organizations or clubs in school  is requisite to granting of academic distinction under DECS Order No. 65, s. 1998. This shows school  community connection reflected in activities geared towards society's needs. What philosophy is related to this? / Activities planned by
school  clubs or organizations show school-community connection geared towards society's needs. What philosophy is related to this?
A. Realism                                 C. Existentialism
B. Progressivism                    D. Reconstructivism ///

RATIONALIZATION: D. Reconstructivism. Reconstructivism aims to achieve  social changes. This is a philosophy that entails the identification of social  problems, finding solutions for this and be a part of the solution.

30. Increase of time allotment in English, Math and Science in the Elementary level under the New Elementary School Curriculum (NESC) as provided in DECS Order No. 1, s. 1993 contributes in the culturation of basic literacy by providing the needed essential skills. The related philosophy is            .
A. Realism                                 C. Idealism
B. Essentialism ///                      D. Perennialism

RATIONALIZATION: B. Essentialism. Essentialism is an educational theory rooted in classical realism and idealism which  advocates curricular reform stressing the essentials of the basics like the 3R's.
SOCIAL SCIENCE 2

1)  He was the last Spanish Governor-General in the Philippines.
a.  Diego de los Rios
b.  Basilio Agustin
c.  Miguel Lopez de Legazpi
d.  Narciso Claveria

2)  The Republic Act that requires the compulsory teaching of Rizal Course and the lives of other Filipino patriots is ________.
a.  R.A. 7796
b.  R.A. 7784
c.  R.A. 1425
d.  R.A. 8049

3)  This Republic Act created the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA):
a.  R.A. 7796
b.  R.A. 7784
c.  R.A. 1425
d.  R.A. 8049

4)  An Act Stengthening Teacher Education in the Philippines by establishing Centers of Excellence and creating a Teacher Education Council.
a.  R.A. 7796
b.  R.A. 7784
c.  R.A. 1425
d.  R.A. 8049

5)  It prohibits hazing and other forms of initiation rites in fraternies, sororities, and other illegitimate organizations.
a.  R.A. 7796
b.  R.A. 7784
c.  R.A. 1425
d.  R.A. 8049

6)  Rizal was eight years old when he wrote this poem. He realized the ultimate importance of having a native tongue.
a.  Remembrance to my Hometown
b.  Our Mother Tounge
c.  To Education
d.  Initimate Alliance between Religion and Education

7)  This poem was written by Rizal when he was 15 years old His memories of Calamba demonstrated his innate love of nature that ultimately developed into a greater love of nation.
a.  Remembrance to my Hometown
b.  Our Mother Tounge
c.  To Education
d.  Initimate Alliance between Religion and Education

8)  In this poem, Rizal compared education to the goodness of light, wisdom, hope, peace and truth.
a.  Remembrance to my Hometown
b.  Our Mother Tounge
c.  To Education
d.  Initimate Alliance between Religion and Education

9)  In this poem, Rizal noted the role of religion in attaining good education.
a.  Remembrance to my Hometown
b.  Our Mother Tounge
c.  To Education
d.  Initimate Alliance between Religion and Education

10)  This was a prize winning poem of Rizal when he was a student in UST. This poem proved that an Indio was not only equal but also more superior than the Spaniards in poetry writing.
a.  To the Filipino Youth
b.  They Ask Me for Verses
c.  Hymn to Talisay
d.  Kundiman

11)  Rizal's loneliness is profoundly expressed in this poem which has the lines, "His lyre had long ago become so mute and broken; his use stammers and no longer smiles at him." What is the title of the poem?
a.  Remembrance to my Hometown
b.  Our Mother Tounge
c.  To Education
d.  Initimate Alliance between Religion and Education

12)  Written in 1895, the verses were used against him during his trial in December 1896.
a.  Remembrance to my Hometown
b.  Our Mother Tounge
c.  To Education
d.  Initimate Alliance between Religion and Education

13)  The poem is one of the two only poems that Rizal wrote in his vernavular. He, however, denied authorship of such.
a.  Remembrance to my Hometown
b.  Our Mother Tounge
c.  To Education
d.  Initimate Alliance between Religion and Education

14)  The highest mountain in the continent of Africa is ________.
a.  Mount Everest
b.  Mount Kilimanjaro
c.  Mount Fuji
d.  Mount Apo

15)  He coined the term "survival of the fittest."
a.  Karl Marx
b.  August Comte
c.  Herbert Spencer
d.  Arnold Toynbee

16)  This is a multilateral agreement regulating international trade. According to its preamble, its purpose was the "substantial reduction of tariffs and other trade barriers and the elimination of preferences on a reciprocal and mutually advantageous basis."
a.  APEC
b.  ASEAN
c.  NAFTA
d.  GATT

17)  The mountain that separates the continents of Asia and Europe is ________.
a.  Ural Mountain
b.  Mount Everest
c.  Mount Kilimanjaro
d.  Mount Fuji

18)  The "yellow race" is also known as:
a.  Caucasians
b.  Mongoloids
c.  Negroids
d.  Malays

19)  Year 2014 has been declared by Pope Francis as Year of the ________.
a.  Laity
b.  Hope
c.  Faith
d.  Righteousness

20)  The Russian President who gave Crimea to Ukraine in 1954 is ________.
a.  Vladimir Putin
b.  Michael Gorbachev
c.  Joseph Stalin
d.  Nikita Krushchev

21)  Which of the following countries is located in Central America:
a.  Mexico
b.  Puerto Rico
c.  Panama
d.  Colombia

22)  The capital city of Australia.
a.  Melbourne
b.  Sydney
c.  Canberra
d.  Perth

23)  The principle of checks and balances is intended to maintain balance among executive, legislative and judicial departments of the government. Which one is a check on the executive department by the judiciary?
a.  Determining the salaries of the President and the Vice President.
b.  Declaring a legislative measure unconstitutional.
c.  Declaring an act of the President unconstitutional.
d.  Impeaching the President

24)  ________ was named "Distinguished and Ever Loyal City" by Legazpi.
a.  Manila
b.  Cebu
c.  Bohol
d.  Samar and Leyte

25)  A Visayan bamboo drum:
a.  Kudyapi
b.  Tultogan
c.  Silbay
d.  Kutibeng

26) The Allies of World War II, called the United Nations from the January 1, 1942 declaration, were the countries that together opposed the Axis powers during the Second World War. Which among the countries belongs to the "Allies"?
a.  Japan
b.  France
c.  Italy
d.  Germany

27)  The first Vice President of the Republic of the Philippines.
a.  Sergio Osmeña
b.  Mariano Trias
c.  Ramon Avanceña
d.  Salvador Laurel

28)  Who was the Spanish Governor-General who ordered the deportation of Jose Rizal to Dapitan?
a.  Gov. Gen. Eulogio Despujol
b.  Gov. Gen . Carlos Maria dela Torre
c.  Gov. Gen .Camilo de Polavieja
d.  Gov. Gen. Fermin Jaudenes

29)  Who was the hero of the Battle at Tirad Pass?
a.  Macario Sakay
b.  Diego Silang
c.  Antonio Luna
d.  Gregorio del Pilar

30)  What is the Bukidnon plateau known for?
a.  Strawberry plantation
b.  Banana plantation
c.  Orchidarium
d.  Pineapple plantation

31)  Corazon Aquino is to Freedom Constitution as Ferdinand Marcos is to______
a.  Subservience to America
b.  Ties with Asian nations
c.  New society
d.  "Filipinos First" policy

32)  In whose term was the celebration date of Philippine Independence Day changed from July 4 to June 12?
a.  Diosdado Macapagal
b.  Carlos P. Garcia
c.  Ferdinand Marcos
d.  Elpidio Quirino

33)  In which order did the following occupy the Philippines?
a.  Spaniards, Americans, Japanese, British
b.  Spaniards, Americans, British, Japanese
c.  British, Spaniards. Americans, Japanese
d.  Spaniards, British, Americans, Japanese

34)  Which is a visible Hispanic legacy?
a.  Love for fast food
b.  Love for basketball
c.  Prevalence of noodles
d.  Prevalence of Spanish surnames among Filipinos

35)  Who among the Presidents of the Philippines was known for his love for the "little man" and opened Malacanang Palace to all?
a.  Ferdinand Marcos
b.  Ramon Magsaysay
c.  Carlos P. Garcia
d.  Elpidio Quirino

36)  Why is the Philippines described to have the largest Diaspora network in the world?
a.  OFWs dollar remittances prop the nation's economy
b.  A number of Filipinas marry foreigners
c.  Its insular nature makes its people live far apart
d.  About 11 % of its population is overseas

37)  Who was the Katipunero through whom the Katipunan was discovered by Fr. Mariano Gil?
a.  Apolonio de la Cruz
b.  Teodoro Patiño
c.  Jose del Rosario
d.  Daniel Tirona

38)  Even though women of the Katipunan were exempted from the pact, who participated in the blood compact and fought fearlessly, in twelve bloody''battles of the revolution in Bataan including the Battle of Biak-na-Bato?
a.  Agueda Esteban
b.  Trinidad Tecson
c.  Teresa Magbanua
d.  Gregoria de Jesus

39)  The first woman in Panay to fight in the Philippine revolution, also known as the Visayan Joan of Arc.
a.  Agueda Esteban
b.  Trinidad Tecson
c.  Teresa Magbanua
d.  Gregoria de Jesus

40)  In a cooperative, what is the maximum term of a Board of Director?
a.  Three consecutive terms
b.  two terms but not consecutive
c.  One term only
d.  two consecutive terms

41)  For the organization and registration of a cooperative, what is the required minimum number of persons?
a.  25
b.  30
c.  15
d.  20

42)  A country does not need to specialize in everything. She needs to concentrate on that thing which she is good at. This thought is in line with the economic principle of_____.
a.  profit and loss
b.  supply and demand
c.  opportunity and cost
d.  comparative advantage

43)  Which economic system is based on free enterprise?
a.  Mixed economies
b.  Capitalism
c.  Communism
d.  Globalism

44)  What is GNP in economics?
a.  General National Product, a way to detect a country's economic growth.
b.  Gross National Product, a way to determine a country's productivity.
c.  General National Product, a way to detect a country's productivity.
d.  Gross National Product, a way to determine a country's economic growth rate.

45)  "Trabaho lang, walang personalan" is a reminder for every Filipino to counteract his ________.
a.  lack of discipline
b.  tendency to be lazy
c.  extreme personalism
d.  tendency to overwork

46)  Risking his life, a Filipino boy dives into a pool of water to save a drowning boy. Which trait does tie demonstrate?
a.  Bahala na
b.  Bahala na with malasakit
c.  Flexibility
d.  Family-orientedness

47)  "No one is above the law", says Principal. She imposes the penalty to all children deserving of penalty but exempts the son of her kumare from the same penalty that he equally deserves. What Filipino trait is shown?
a.  Utang-na-loob
b.  Lack of discipline
c.  Extreme personalism
d.  Colonial mentality

48)  A foreigner once remarked: "I envy Filipinos. They can sleep anywhere." What Filipino trait is being praised?
a.  Faith in God
b.  Joy and humor
c.  Adaptability
d.  Creativity

49)  If you want to see the impact of the major religions of the world in people's way of life, in which continent must you travel?
a.  Asia
b.  North America
c.  Australia
d.  Europe

50)  Which was the first hominid with marked expansion of the brain?
a.  Homo sapiens
b.  Homo erectus
c.  Homo habilis
d.  Neanderthal man

ANSWERS:

1. A
2. C
3. A
4. B
5. D
6. B
7. A
8. C
9. D
10. A
11. B
12. C
13. D
14. B
15. C
16. D
17. A
18. B
19. A
20. C
21. C
22. C
23. A
24. B
25. B
26. B
27. B
28. A
29. D
30. D
31. C
32. A
33. D
34. D
35. B
36. D
37. B
38. B
39. C
40. A
41. C
42. D
43. B
44. D
45. C
46. B
47. A
48. C
49. A
50. C
I. Choose the correct verb in each of the following sentences below.
1. Each of us (needs✔, need) more application and concentration.
2. Everyone of them (is✔, are) to blame for the accident.
3. The audience in today’s conference (is✔, are) big.
4. Here (comes, come✔) some tardy students.
5. A big number of books (does, do✔) not always make a library.
6. Not one of their friends (has✔, have) come to their rescue.
7. My scissors (is, are✔) not sharp.
8. Her mother, together with her two brothers, (is✔, are) arriving today from Davao.
9. Rice and fish (constitute, constitutes✔) a typical Filipino farmer meal.
10. Sixteen and a half feet (makes✔, make) a red.
11. Three feet (is✔, are) equal to one yard.
12. Here and there a man like the astronauts and the scientists (dares, dare✔) to venture to the unknown.
13. Occasionally a group of children and teenagers, (disturbs, disturb✔) our fiesta.
14. The class decided to see how one of these present-day cars (is✔, are) assembled.
15. Memory of summer escapades and summer friends soon (fades✔, fade) in the first exciting days of college freshman year.
16. A series of project (was✔, were) planned by the students.
17. Mother is one of those women who (doesn’t, don’t✔) support Women’s Library.
18. He who (perseveres✔, persevere) will succeed.
19. To these four questions (was, were✔) added a fifth.
20. Majority of the people (is,✔ are) happy about the situation.
21. A series of experiments (was, were✔) conducted.
22. Ten pounds of flour (is✔, are) sufficient.
23. Ten bags of flour (is✔, are) in the garage.
24. Five percent of the proceeds (was✔, were) forfeited.
25. Fifteen (is✔, are) one-fifth of seventy-five.
26. Brains, not brawn, (counts, count✔) more.
27. Not brawn, but brains, (counts, count✔) more.
28.  The wear and tear of life (was✔, were) too much for her.
29. There (was✔, were) a man, a woman, and a child in the room waiting to be served.
30. Neither of the boys (was✔, were) responsible for what happened.
31. One of the prisoners who (is✔, are) required needs to be scrutinized.
32. The ethics of dining (is✔, are) a neglected art.
33. What (is✔, are) the vital statistics of each candidate.
34. Aunt Nena (look, looks✔) at these old photographs.
35. I (remembers, remember✔) that visit now!
36. Lily (puts✔, put) her hand in the bee hive.
37. You (cut✔, cuts) your foot on a piece of broken glass.
38. Ben (falls, fell✔) from the mango tree yesterday.
39. Uncle Martin (took✔, takes) your pictures last summer.
40. Delia and I (are, were✔) absent from the meeting yesterday.
41. Some of the votes (seem✔, seems) to have been miscounted.
42. The tornadoes that tear through this county every spring (is, are✔) more than just a nuisance.
43. There (have✔, has) to be some people left in that town after yesterday’s flood.
44. A high percentage of the population (is✔, are) voting for the new school.
45.  Some of the grain (appears✔, appear) to be contaminated.
46. A high percentage of the people (was✔, were) voting for the new school.
47. He seems to forget that there (is, are✔) things to be done before he can graduate.
48. Either the physicians in this hospital or the chief administrator (is,✔ are) going to have to make a decision.
49. (Is✔, Are) my boss or my sisters in the union going to win this grievance?
50.  Kobe Bryant, together with his teammates, (presents✔  , present) a formidable opponent on the basketball court.
I. Choose the correct verb in each of the following sentences below.
1. Each of us (needs✔, need) more application and concentration.
2. Everyone of them (is✔, are) to blame for the accident.
3. The audience in today’s conference (is✔, are) big.
4. Here (comes, come✔) some tardy students.
5. A big number of books (does, do✔) not always make a library.
6. Not one of their friends (has✔, have) come to their rescue.
7. My scissors (is, are✔) not sharp.
8. Her mother, together with her two brothers, (is✔, are) arriving today from Davao.
9. Rice and fish (constitute, constitutes✔) a typical Filipino farmer meal.
10. Sixteen and a half feet (makes✔, make) a red.
11. Three feet (is✔, are) equal to one yard.
12. Here and there a man like the astronauts and the scientists (dares, dare✔) to venture to the unknown.
13. Occasionally a group of children and teenagers, (disturbs, disturb✔) our fiesta.
14. The class decided to see how one of these present-day cars (is✔, are) assembled.
15. Memory of summer escapades and summer friends soon (fades✔, fade) in the first exciting days of college freshman year.
16. A series of project (was✔, were) planned by the students.
17. Mother is one of those women who (doesn’t, don’t✔) support Women’s Library.
18. He who (perseveres✔, persevere) will succeed.
19. To these four questions (was, were✔) added a fifth.
20. Majority of the people (is,✔ are) happy about the situation.
21. A series of experiments (was, were✔) conducted.
22. Ten pounds of flour (is✔, are) sufficient.
23. Ten bags of flour (is✔, are) in the garage.
24. Five percent of the proceeds (was✔, were) forfeited.
25. Fifteen (is✔, are) one-fifth of seventy-five.
26. Brains, not brawn, (counts, count✔) more.
27. Not brawn, but brains, (counts, count✔) more.
28.  The wear and tear of life (was✔, were) too much for her.
29. There (was✔, were) a man, a woman, and a child in the room waiting to be served.
30. Neither of the boys (was✔, were) responsible for what happened.
31. One of the prisoners who (is✔, are) required needs to be scrutinized.
32. The ethics of dining (is✔, are) a neglected art.
33. What (is✔, are) the vital statistics of each candidate.
34. Aunt Nena (look, looks✔) at these old photographs.
35. I (remembers, remember✔) that visit now!
36. Lily (puts✔, put) her hand in the bee hive.
37. You (cut✔, cuts) your foot on a piece of broken glass.
38. Ben (falls, fell✔) from the mango tree yesterday.
39. Uncle Martin (took✔, takes) your pictures last summer.
40. Delia and I (are, were✔) absent from the meeting yesterday.
41. Some of the votes (seem✔, seems) to have been miscounted.
42. The tornadoes that tear through this county every spring (is, are✔) more than just a nuisance.
43. There (have✔, has) to be some people left in that town after yesterday’s flood.
44. A high percentage of the population (is✔, are) voting for the new school.
45.  Some of the grain (appears✔, appear) to be contaminated.
46. A high percentage of the people (was✔, were) voting for the new school.
47. He seems to forget that there (is, are✔) things to be done before he can graduate.
48. Either the physicians in this hospital or the chief administrator (is,✔ are) going to have to make a decision.
49. (Is✔, Are) my boss or my sisters in the union going to win this grievance?
50.  Kobe Bryant, together with his teammates, (presents✔  , present) a formidable opponent on the basketball court.

1. The children ________ (watch, watches, watched, are watching✔) the fishing boats scattered all over the lake on moonlight nights.
2. After spending two weeks in the islands, the tourists _______ (go✔, went, going ) home carrying in their minds a beautiful picture which _____ (be, are, is ) both inspiring and ennobling.
3. During our visit to Tagaytay we ____ (go, went✔, goes ) to a point where we ____ (have, had,✔ has) a good view of Taal Volcano which ____ (be, is✔, are) several feet below sea level.
4. During sunsets the lake _____ (appear, appears, will appear, appeared✔) peaceful.
5. As I _____ (lie, lay✔, lying, lied) awake in the dark last night, I ______ (realize, realizing, will realize, realized✔) how necessary light (be, is✔, are) _____.
6. Many visitors ______ (go✔, goes, went) up to Baguio in summer.
7. The city government _______ (collect, collects, will collect✔, collected) higher taxes stating next month.
8. Laguna Bay _______ (abound, abounds✔, abounded) in fish.
9. We _____ (meet, met, will meet✔) again and when that time ______ (come, comes✔, will come) I _____ (hope✔, hopes, will hope) to see you more charming, less impetuous, and more of a lady than you _______ (be, is, are✔) now.
10. Before you ______ ( leave✔, will leave, left) tell us what you ______ (do, did✔ done) with yourself in the United States.
11. Silas Marner is the story of a weaver who ______ (lose, lost✔, loss) his faith in man and God.
12. James Watt _______ (discover, discovers, discovered✔) that steam ______ (have, has✔, had) power.
13. When my great grandmother _______ (is, are, was✔) in elementary school her teacher in English ____ (be, is, was✔, were) an American, but now there ¬¬______ (were✔, are, is, was) few American teachers in the school system.
14. We ______ (are, is, was, were✔) told that London fog _____ (last, lasts, lasted✔) hours and hours.
15. In our Biology class yesterday, our teacher______ (show, shows, showed✔) us how much nitrogen there _____ (is✔, are, were, was) in air.
16. Our experiment yesterday ______ (proved✔ prove, proves) that oxygen ______ (support, supports, supported✔) combustion.
17. Last week a marketing agent _____ (come, comes, came✔) to persuade my sister to buy a portable sewing machine.
18. The lecturer in our science class last week _______ (gives, gave✔ give) two proofs that air ______ (occupy, occupies✔, occupied) space.
19. The other day we _____ ( conduct, conducted✔, conducts) an experiment to prove that air (exert, exerts, exerted✔) pressure.
20. Each one of us (need, needs✔) more application and concentration.
21. The Indonesian softball team (was✔, were) beaten by the Philippine team by a score of seven to four.
22. One of his tonsils ( was✔, were) removed.
23. Not one of the party (was,✔ were) injured in the explosion.
24. The audience (is, are✔) leaving one at a time now.
25. The audience in today’s conference (is,✔ are) big.
Filipino LET Review Questions
1. “Magtatrabaho ako at ikaw ay mag-aaral upang makatapos ka ng pag-aaral.” Anong uri ng pangungusap ito?
a. Payak
b. Tambalan
c. Hugnayan
d. Langkapan
Answer: D

2. Mag-aalas-singko na _____ umaga _____ magising siya.
a. ng – ng
b. nang – nang
c. ng – nang
d. nang – kapag
Answer: C

3 Ang butong tinangay ng aso, walang pagsalang nalawayan ito. Ang kaisipang ito ay tumutukoy sa katotohanan ng ______.
a. Pagnanakaw
b. Pagtatanan
c. Pagpapakasal
d. Pakikipagkaibigan
Answer: B

4. Anong uri ng pagbigkas ang salitang “dambuhala”?
a. Malumi
b. Mabilis
c. Maragsa
d. Malumay
Answer: A

5. Ang katawagan sa pangngalan, pang-abay, pang-uri at pandiwa ay?
a. Palabuuan
b. Pangkayarian
c. Pangnilalaman
d. Palaugnayan
Answer: C

6. Pinakamahalagang nobelang Pilipino sa maraming taon na nalimbag noong 1906 at tumalakay nang masinsinan sa paksang puhunan laban paggawa at sa sosyalismo ang _____.
a. Luha ng Buwaya
b. Banaag at Sikat
c. Ibong Mandaragit
d. Pangginggera
Answer: B

7. Ayon kay Balagtas, “ang laki sa layaw, karaniwa’y hubad” kaya ang mga bata ay
a. jeproks
b. nag-aartista
c. nakapagtatapos sa pag-aaral
d. hindi sumusunod sa magulang
Answer: D

8. Noong taong 1962, ano ang pagbabago sa paglimbag ng diploma at sertipiko ng pagtatapos?
a. Pinahihintutan ang pribadong paaralan na maglimbag sa wikang Ingles
b. Nilimbag sa Tagalog ang diploma sa di-Tagalog na bayan
c. Nilimbag sa Filipino ang diploma ngunit may Ingles
d. Nalimbag sa Filipino ang diploma
Answer: D

9. Ang gintong panahon ng mga manunulat noong panahon ng Amerikano ay batid sa uring
a. Sanaysay
b. Nobela
c. Panulaan
d. Maikling kwento
Answer: D

10. Alin sa mga sumusunod ang may wastong gamit ng tinig ng pandiwa?
a. Ang hinog na papaya na kinuha sa puno ni Marie.
b. Kinuha ni Marie ang hinog na papaya sa puno.
c. Kinuha sa puno ang hinog na papaya ni Marie.
d. Papayang hinog ang kinuha sa puno ni Marie.
Answer: B


Corrections are highly appreciated

1. I (goed, gone, went✔) to the mall after class.
2. What (do, were, did✔) you eat for lunch yesterday?
3. I (studying, studied✔, study) English for two years.
4. (Are, Did✔, Do) you see Jack’s cat yesterday.
5. Sorry, I (wasn’t, didn’t✔, am not) hear you at the door.
6. We (was, did, were✔) not happy after the sad ending.
7. (Was, Were✔, Are) Kate and Alice at the meeting last month?
8. Zaq did not (work✔, worked, working) last weekend.
9. (Does, Did✔, Are) Joseph visit his girlfriend last night?
10. My brother (seen, saw✔, sees) a snake an hour ago.
11. We (do be, do are, are✔) Asian.
12. You (looks, are✔, be) so happy today!
13. Jessie (is, does✔, are) not go to my school.
14. (Is, Are, Am✔) I correct?
15. My parents (lives, live✔, are live) in a two-storey house.
16. Sorry, Zyke (am, is✔, be) not here at the moment.
17. It (are,is✔,am) a beautiful day today!
18. He (do, does✔, is) not want to come to parties.
19. (Is, Am, Are✔) we too late to catch the bus?
20. Do you (like✔, likes, is like) chocolate fudge?
*Fill in the spaces with the correct form of the verb in parentheses in simple future tense. Example: : I am feeling homesick. I (go) will go home to visit my family.
Example: Steve, (wash) will you wash the car on Saturday?
21. I guess I (ride) ____will ___ride___ the bus to save gas.
22. The cookies are all gone. (buy) ____wil___ you ____buy___ some, please?
23. Listen, team: we (win) ___will____ ___win____ the trophy this year!
24. Everyone is hungry. I (get) ___will____ _get______ some doughnuts for breakfast.
25. Peter, (fix) __will_____ you ____fix___ the porch tomorrow?
26. Becky, (go) ____will___ you ____go___ to Alaska with us this summer?
27. The house is dirty. I (clean) ____will___ ___clean_____ it on Monday.
28. Okay then, our group (meet) ____will ___ _____meet___ on Thursday.
29. Helga (hike) ____will___ you ___hike____ with us on Friday?
30. If necessary, we (carry) ____will ___ ____carry____ the supplies in our car on Saturday.




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