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LET Reviewer Professional Education Part 1 With Answer Key


1. At the end of periodical examination, Teacher
R administered a summative test in Filipino.
After scoring the test papers she assigned grades
to each test score such as 95, 90, 85, 80 etc. What
process did Teacher R use?
A. Ranking
B. Computation
C. Measurement
D. Evaluation

2. It is the study of man’s prehistory through the
buried remains of ancient culture, skeletal
remnants of human beings.
A. Anthropology
B. Archeology
C. Ethnology
D. Ethnography

3. Teacher D claims: “If I have to give
reinforcement, it has to be given immediately
after the response.” Which theory supports
Teacher D?
A. operant conditioning theory
B. social cognitive theory
C. cognitive theory
D. humanist theory

4. Visual imagery helps people store information
in their memory more effectively. Which is one
teaching implication of this principle?
A. You will not object when your students
daydream in class.
B. Instruct students to take notes while you
C. Encourage your students to imagine the
characters and situations when reading a story.
D. Tell them to read more illustrated comics.

5. Which is essential in the cognitive
development of a person according to Vygotsky?
A. independent thinking
B. social interaction
C. individual mental work
D. scientific thinking

6. The design of the 2002 Basic Education
Curriculum (BEC) is based on the principles that
the main sources for contemporary basic
education are the expert systems of knowledge
and the learner’s experience in their context.
This shows that the BEC is _____ in orientation.
I. constructivist
II. behaviorist
III. essentialist
A. I and III
B. III only
C. I only
D. I, II, and III

7. Which assessment tool shows evidence of
student’s writing skills?
A. project
B. portfolio
C. critiquing sessions
D. daily journal

8. Ask to do a learning task, Joe hesitates and
says “Mahirap. Ayaw ko. ‘Di ko kaya!” (It’s
difficult. I don’t like it. I can’t do it.) To which
problem does the case of the student allude?
I. Unmotivated students
II. Uncaring teachers
III. Extremely difficult learning tasks
IV. incompetent teachers
A. I and III
B. I and II
C. II and III
D. I, II, and III

9. Teacher S wants to determine immediately the
learning difficulties of her students. Which of the
following do you expect her to undertake?
A. Require her students to prepare a portfolio.
B. Administer an achievement test.
C. Administer a diagnostic test.
D. Interview her students directly.


10. NSAT and NEAT results are interpreted
against set mastery level. This means that NSAT
and NEAT fall under __________.
A. intelligence test
B. aptitude test
C. criterion-referenced test
D. norm-referenced test

11. The result of the item analysis showed that
item no. 4 has a discrimination index of 0.67.
What characteristic could be true about this
A. Difficult
B. Valid
C. Easy
D. Average

12. The theme of Vygotsky’s socio-cultural
theory emphasizes the role of appropriate
assistance given by the teacher to accomplish a
task. Such help enables the child to move from
the zone of actual developmeny to a zone of
proximal development. Such assistance is
termed _____.
A. competency technique
B. scaffolding
C. active participation
D. collaboration

13. Which of these activities is not appealing to
the bodily-kinesthetic learners?
A. making math moves
B. doing simple calisthenics
C. sketching/illustrating events
D. joining extramural events

14. Institutions of learning are required to meet
the minimum standards for state recognition but
are encouraged to set higher standards of quality
over and above the minimum through _____ as
provided in Educational Act of 1982.
A. lifelong education
B. voluntary accreditation
C. formal education
D. academic freedom

15. You intend to assess affective attributes such
as capacity to feel, attitudes, and behavior. Which
of the following should you establish to ascertain
the instrument’s validity?
A. construct
B. content
C. criterion-related
D. face

16. Which will be the most authentic assessment
tool for an instructional objective on working
with and relating to people?
A. conducting mock election
B. home visitation
C. organizing a community project
D. writing articles on working and relating to

17. As an effective classroom manager, what
should a teacher do?
I. She uses instructional time wisely.
II. She uses her power to punish students for the
sake of discipline.
III. She puts to use the available and appropriate
IV. She manipulates colleagues and students so
she can meet her goals.
A. I and III
B. II, III, and IV
C. I, II, and III
D. I, II, III, and IV

18. Keeping track of assessment results from one
periodic rating to the next is useful in
contributing to the development of a _____.
A. regional plan
B. annual implementation plan
C. school improvement plan
D. division plan


19. In the K W L technique K stands for what the
pupil already knows, W for he wants to know
and L for what he _____.
A. failed to learn
B. he likes to learn
C. needs to learn
D. learned

20. Which is one characteristic of an effective
classroom management?
A. It quickly and unobtrusively redirects
misbehavior once it occurs.
B. It teaches dependence on others for selfcontrol.
C. It respects cultural norms of a limited group
D. Strategies are simple enough to be used

21. When curriculum content is fairly distributed
in each area of discipline, this means that the
curriculum is _____.
A. sequenced
B. balanced
C. integrated
D. continued

22. Direct instruction is for facts, rules, and
actions as indirect instruction is for _____.
A. hypotheses, verified data, and conclusions
B. concepts, patterns, and abstractions
C. concepts, processes, and generalizations
D. guesses, data, and conclusions

23. The difficulty index of a test item is 1.0. This
means that the test is _____.
A. a quality item
B. very difficult
C. very easy
D. missed by everybody

24. The discrimination index of a test item is –
0.35. What does this mean?
A. More from the upper group got the item
B. More from the lower group got the item
C. The test is quite reliable.
D. The test item is valid.

25. His aim of education is individual not a
preparation for but participation in the life
around the individual.
A. Froebel
B. Spencer
C. Herbart
D. Pestalozzi

26. The following are characteristics of a childfriendly school except for _____.
A. exclusive
B. child-centered
C. gender-sensitive
D. nondiscriminating

27. To make the lesson meaningful, systematic
and motivating, teachers’ example should be
A. based on higher level skills
B. interesting aided with illustrations
C. easy, simple, and understandable
D. relevant to students’ experience and


28. Which are the most important concerns
about the use of ICT in instruction?
I. Developing appropriate curriculum materials
that allow students to construct meaning and
develop knowledge throught the use of ICT
II. Devising strategies to meaningfully integrate
technology into the curriculum
III. Using pedagogical skills related to technology
IV. Providing teachers with skills for using
software applications

A. I and III
B. II and III
C. III and IV
D. I, II, III, and IV

29. Which of these non-threatening means of
assessing learning outcomes?
I. Portfolio
II. Self-evaluation
III. Peer evaluation
IV. Learning journals
A. I and II
B. I and III
C. I, II, and IV
D. II and III

30. Teacher A’s lesson is about the parts of the
gumamela. He asked his pupils per group to
bring a real flower to study the different parts.
After the group work labeling each part, the
teacher gave a test. What would be the best type
of test he can give?
A. essay type
B. matching type
C. diary
D. journal

31. Principal A wants her teachers to be
constructivist in their teaching orientation. On
which assumption/s is the principal’s action
I. Students learn by personally constructing
meaning of what is taught.
II. Students construct and reconstruct meanings
based on experiences.
III. Students derive meaning from the meaning
that teacher gives.
A. I and III
B. I only
C. I and II
D. II only

32. The norms in a school culture are centered
on the _____.
A. learner
B. teacher
C. principal
D. supervisor

33. The difficulty index of a test item is 1.0. What
does this mean?
A. The test item is very good, so retain it.
B. The test item is very difficult.
C. The test item is extremely easy.
D. The test item is not valid.

34. Someone wrote: “Environment relates to the
profound relationship between matter, nature,
and society, and in such a context, ICTs bring
new ways of living in a more interconnected
society, all of which reduces our dependency on
matter and affects our relationship with nature.”
What does this convey?
A. Environment and ICT are poles apart.
B. ICT impacts on environment.
C. Environment affects ICT.
D. ICT brings us away from an interconnected

35. Educational institutions’ effort of developing
work skills inside the school are aimed at _____.
A. developing moral character
B. inculcating love of country
C. teaching the duties of citizenship
D. developing vocational efficiency


36. Teacher B discovered that her pupils are
weak in comprehension. To further determine in
which particular skills her pupils are weak which
test should Teacher B give?
A. Aptitude Test
B. Placement Test
C. Diagnostic Test
D. Standardized Test

37. That the quality of Philippine education is
declining was the result of a study by EDCOM
which recommended to _____ teachers and
A. regulate
B. progessionalize
C. strengthen
D. improve

38. As provided in the Republic Act #4670, every
teacher shall enjoy equitable safeguards at each
stage of any disciplinary procedures and shall
the following except:
A. the right to be informed in writing, of the
B. the right to full access to the evidence in the
C. the right to appeal to clearly designated
D. All of these

39. The subject matter or content to be learned
must be within the time allowed, resources
available, expertise of the teacher, and nature of
learners. What criterion is addressed?
A. validity
B. significance
C. interest
D. feasibility

40. A child was shown an amount of water in a
glass. The teacher poured the whole amount to a
much taller and narrower glass and marked this
glass as
A. The same amount was poured in a shorter and
wider glass, marked glass
B. When asked which has more water, the child’s
answer was “Glass A”. In what stage of cognitive
development is the child and what is this ability
called? A. concrete operational stage;
conservation B. formal operational stage;
deductive reasoning

C. sensorimotor stage; symbolic functions
D. pre-operational stage; centration

41. In a multiple choice test item with four
options and out of 50 examinees, which was the
least effective distracter?
A. the option that was chosen by 13 examinees
B. the option that was chosen by 2 examinees
C. the option that was chosen by 30 examinees
D. the correct answer that was chosen by 5

42. What is an alternative assessment tool for
teaching and learning consisting of a collection of
work/artifacts finished or in-progress
accomplished by the targeted clientele?
A. rubric
B. achievement test
C. evaluation instrument
D. portfolio

43. Societal change requires continually deepseated questions about “good” living. Which of
these did Socrates recognize as the greatest of
human virtues?
A. moral wisdom
B. fair justice
C. courage
D. piety


44. Among the following curriculum
stakeholders, who has the most responsibility in
curriculum implementation?
A. the learners
B. the school heads
C. the teachers
D. the parents

45. Study this group of tests which was
administered with the following results, then
answer the question.
In which subject(s) did Ronnel perform most
poorly in relation to the group’s performance?
A. English
B. English and Math
C. Math
D. Physics

46. You like to show a close representation of the
size and shape of the earth and its location in the
entire solar system. What is the best
instructional aid?
A. picture
B. model
C. realia
D. film

47. Which of the following techniques of
curriculum implementation is fit to the objective
of developing cooperative learning and social
A. buzz session
B. graded recitation
C. individual reporting
D. lecture

48. To determine your pupil’s entry knowledge
and skills, which should you employ?
A. interview
B. focus group discussion
C. post-test
D. pre-test

49. We encounter people whose prayer goes like
this: “O God, if there is a God; save my soul, if I
have a soul” From whom is this prayer?
A. Stoic
B. Empiricist
C. Agnostic
D. Skeptic

50. What is the implication of using a method
that focuses on the why rather than the how?
A. There is best method
B. Typical one will be good for any subject
C. These methods should be standardized for
different subjects.
D. Teaching methods should favor inquiry and
problem solving.

51. Which software can you predict changes in
weather pattern and or trends in the population
of endangered species?
A. word processing
B. spreadsheet
C. desktop publishing
D. database

52. You would like to assess students’ ability to
write a portfolio. What type of test will
determine their ability to organize ideas and
think critically?
A. long test
B. essay test
C. formative test
D. summative test


53. Teacher F asks one student, “Rachel, can you
summarize what we have just read? Remember,
the title of this section of the chapter.” This is an
example of a teacher’s effort at _____.
A. scaffolding
B. inspiring
C. directing
D. giving feedback

54. Cooperative learning approach makes use of
a classroom organization where students work
in teams to help each other learn. What mode of
grouping can facilitate the skill and values
A. large group
B. homogeneous
C. heterogeneous
D. Wear multicolored dress to catch the students’
55. To solve moral ambiguity among us Filipinos,
we must _____.

A. excuse ourselves whenever we do wrong
B. blame our government for not doing anything
about it
C. be aware and responsible about the problem
D. be comfortable with the present state affairs

56. In their desire to make schools perform, the
DepEd then published the ranking of schools in
NAT results nationwide. As an effect of this
practice, what did schools tend to do?
I. Taught at the expense of NAT
II. Conducted review classes for NAT at the
expense of teaching
III. Practiced the so-called teaching to the test
A. II and III
B. II only
C. I and III
D. III only

57. Which one appropriately describes your
lesson if you use the cognitive approach?
A. promotes “find out for yourself” approach
B. lecture-dominated
C. rote learning dominated
D. highly directed teaching

58. Which apply/applies to extrinsically
motivated learners?
I. Tend to process information superficially
II. Tend to be content with meeting minimum
III. Achieve at high level
A. I and II
B. II only
C. I and III
D. I only

59. To make our children become like “little
scientists”, which of the following methods
should we employ more often?
I. Inquiry
II. Problem-solving
III. Laboratory
A. II and III
B. I and II
C. I, II, and III
D. I and III

60. Teacher B is a teacher of English as a Second
Language. She uses vocabulary cards, fill-in-theblank sentences, dictation and writing exercises
in teaching a lesson about grocery shopping.
Based on this information, which of the following
is a valid conclusion?
A. The teacher is reinforcing learning by giving
the same information in, a variety of methods.
B. The teacher is applying Bloom’s hierarchy of
cognitive learning.
C. The teacher wants to do less talk.
D. The teacher is emphasizing listening and
speaking skills.

61. A mother gives her son his favorite snack
every time the boy cleans up his room.
Afterwards, the boy cleans his room everyday in
anticipation of the snack. Which theory explains
A. operant conditioning
B. social learning theory
C. associative learning
D. Pavlovian conditioning


62. What is the primary fundamental question in
examining a curriculum?
A. What educational experiences can be provided
that are likely to attain these purposes?
B. What educational purposes should the school
seek to attain?
C. How can these educational experiences be
effectively organized?
D. How can we determine whether these
purposes are attained or not?

63. To elicit more student’s response, Teacher G
made use of covert responses. Which one did she
NOT do?
A. She had the students write their response
B. She showed the correct answers on the
overhead after the students have written their
C. She had the students write their responses
privately then called each of them.
D. She refrained from judging on the student’s

64. Which is the ideal stage of moral
A. social contract
B. universal ethical principle
C. law and order
D. good boy/ good girl

65. There is a statement that says, “No amount of
good instruction will come out without good
classroom management.” Which of the following
best explains this statement?
A. Classroom management is important to effect
good instruction.
B. There must be classroom management for
instruction to yield good outcomes/ results.
C. Classroom management means good
D. Good instruction is equal to effective
classroom management.

66. What does a Table of Specification establish?
A. construct validity
B. content related validity and criterion
C. content validity and construct validity
D. content validity and content related validity

67. A person who had painful experiences at the
dentist’s office may become fearful at the mere
sight of the dentist’s office. Which theory can
explain this?
A. generalization

B. classical conditioning
C. operant conditioning
D. attribution theory

68. Which one can help student develop the habit
of critical thinking?
A. Asking low level questions
B. A willingness to suspend judgment until
sufficient evidence is represented
C. Asking convergent questions
D. Blind obedience to authority

69. Multiple intelligences can be used to explain
children’s reading performance. Which group
tends to be good readers?
A. linguistically intelligent group
B. spatially intelligent group
C. existentially intelligent group
D. kinesthetically intelligent group


70. Teachers should avoid _____ in assigning
student performance-based ratings.
A. arbitrarines and bias
B. unnecessary deductions
C. partiality and calculation
D. unnecessary evaluation

71. Which of the following is NOT a guidance role
of the classroom teacher?
A. Psychological Test Administrator
B. ListenerAdviser
C. Human Potential Discoverer
D. Total Development Facilitator

72. Watson applied classical conditioning in his
experiments and the results showed that
behavior is learned through stimulus-response
associations, specifically the development of
emotional responses to certain stimuli. This
helps is in _____.
A. interpreting reflexes as emotions
B. understanding fears, phobias, and love
C. connecting observable behavior to stimulus
D. understanding the role of overt behavior

73. Who claimed that children are natural
learners and therefore, must be taught in natural
A. Piaget
B. Froebel
C. Montessori
D. Kohlberg

74. the benefit of “reading aloud” is that children
learn _____.
A. new vocabulary in meaningful contexts
B. to value the presence of their friends as they
read together
C. to make predictions by examining pictures and
listening for clues
D. to use their imaginations to explore new ideas
as they listen to books

75. What does a negatively skewed score
contribution imply?
A. The scores congregate on the left side of the
normal contribution curve.
B. The scores are widespread.
C. The students must be academically poor.
D. The score congregate on the right side of the
normal contribution curve.

76. A high school graduate was refused
admission to a university on the grounds that he
failed the admission test. The student insisted
that he had the right to be admitted and the act
of the univeristy was a violation of his right to
education. Was the student correct?
A. No, the university may refuse the student in its
exercise of academic freedom.
B. Yes, education is everyone’s right.
C. Yes, especially if he belongs to the Indigenous
Peoples’ group.
D. No, if the university is exclusively for girls.

77. Which of the following is a correct statement
on service contracting scheme?
A. It increases access to education.
B. It works against quality education.
C. It discriminates against private schools.
D. it is not cost-effective.

78. Student M obtained an NSAT percentile rank
of 80. This indicates that _____.
A. he surpassed in performance 80% of her
fellow examinees
B. he got a score of 80
C. he surpassed in performance 20% of her
fellow examinees
D. he answered 80 items correctly


79. Teachers are encouraged to make use of
authentic assessment. Which goes with authentic
A. unrealistic performances
B. de-contextualized drills
C. real world application of lessons learned
D. answering high multiple choice test items

80. Global students learn with short bursts of
energy. To maintain concentration they require
A. frequent reminder that they need to
B. frequent and intermittent breaks
C. short and easy reading materials
D. music while studying

81. A child was punished for cheating in an exam.
For sure the child wont cheat again in short span
of time, but this does not guarantee that the child
won’t cheat ever again. Based on Thorndike’s
theory on punishment and learning, this shows
that _____.
A. punishment strengthens a response
B. punishment doesn’t remove a response
C. punishment removes response
D. punishment weakens a response

82. Faith, hope, and love are values now and
forever whether they will be valued by people or

not. Upon what philosophy is this anchored?
A. Idealism
B. Existentialism
C. Realism
D. Pragmatism

83. In a grade distribution, what does the normal
curve mean?
A. a large number of students receiving low
grades and very few students with high marks
B. a large number of more or less average
students and very few students receiving low
and high grades
C. a large number of students with high grades
and very few with low grades
D. all of the students have average grades

84. Lecturer C narrates: “I observe that when
there is an English-speaking foreigner in class,
more often than not, his classmates perceive him
to be superior.” To which Filipino trait does this
A. hospitality
B. friendliness
C. colonial mentality
D. lack of confidence

85. Which violates this brain-based principle of
teaching-learning: “Each child’s brain is unique
and vastly different from one another.”
A. giving ample opportunity for a pupil to
explore even if the class creates “noise”
B. making a left-handed pupil write with his right
hand as it is better this way
C. allowing open dialogue among students
D. employing MI teaching approaches

86. The child fainted in your class because she
has not eaten her breakfast. What is the best
thing for you to do in this situation?
A. Ignore the situation
B. Comfort the child
C. Give the child food
D. Call the parent


87. Which one should teacher AVOID to produce
an environment conducive for learning?
A. Tests
B. Seat plan
C. Individual competition
D. Games

88. You are convinced that whenever a student
performs a desired behavior, provide
reinforcement and soon the student learns to
perform the behavior on her own. On which
principle is your conviction based?
A. cognitivism
B. behaviorism
C. constructivism
D. environmentalism

89. “Men are built not born.” This quotation by
John Watson states that _____.
A. the ineffectiveness of training on a person’s
B. the effect of environmental stimulation on a
person’s development
C. the absence of genetic influence on a person’s
D. the effect of heredity

90. Which order follows the basic rule in framing
A. call on a student, pause, ask the question
B. ask the question, call on a student, pause
C. ask the question, pause, call on a student
D. call on a student, ask the question, pause

91. At the preoperational stage of Piaget’s
cognitive development theory, the child can see
only his point of view and assumes that everyone
also has the same view as his. What is this
tendency called?
A. transductive reasoning
B. animism
C. egocentrism
D. conservatism

92. “Vox Populi Est Supreme Lex” is a Latin
expression that means what?
A. The Supreme Being is God
B. No one is above the law
C. The voice of the people is the supreme law
D. it is the popular choice

93. Which is not among the major targets of the
Child-Friendly School System (CFSS)?
A. All school children are friendly.
B. All children 6-12 years old are enrolled in
elementary schools.
C. All children complete their elementary
education within six years.
D. All Grade 6 students pass the division,
regional, and national tests.

94. Thorndike’s law of effect states that a
connection between stimulus and response is
strengthened when the consequence is _____.
A. repeated
B. negative
C. pleasurable
D. positive

95. Which is the most reliable tool of seeing the
development in your pupils’ ability to write?
A. portfolio asssessment
B. scoring rubric
C. interview of pupils
D. self-assessment


96. The Philippine constitution directs the
teaching of religion in public schools on the
following conditions except for?
A. option is expressed in writing
B. without cost to the government
C. with cost shouldered by the parents or
D. given only at the option of parents or

97. These are also known as “combination
classes” organized in barrios/barangays where
the required number of pupils of the same grade
levels has not met the required number to make
a separate class thus the teacher apportions class
time for instruction to every grade level within
class. These are ______.
A. extension classes
B. heterogeneous classes
C. multigrade classes
D. homogeneous classes

98. After reading and paraphrasing R. Frost’s
Stopping by the Woods on a Snowy Evening,
Teacher M asked the class to share any insight
derived from this poem. On which assumption
about the learner is Teacher M’s act of asking the
class to share their insight based?
A. Learners are producers of knowledge, not only
passive recipients of information.
B. Learners are meant to interact with one
C. Learners are like empty receptacles waiting to
be filled up.
D. Learners have multiple intelligence and varied
learning styles.

99. “Do not cheat. Cheating does not pay. If you
do, you cheat yourself.” says the voiceless voice
from within you. In the context of Freud’s theory,
which is at work
A. id alone
B. superego alone
C. ego alone
D. Id and ego interaction

100. Which of the following assessment tools
would you recommend if one should adhere to
constructivist theory of learning?
I. Constructed response test
II. Performance test
III. Checklist of a motor screening test
IV. Observation test
A. I and II
B. II and III
C. I, II, and III
D. I, II, and IV

101. The test in English and Mathematics
showed poor results in comprehension and
problem-solvingquestions. How may the data be
used for better learners’ performance?
A. Use context clues in vocabulary building.
B. Give more exercises/situations on
comprehension questions.
C. Determine weakness in grammatical
D. Involve parents in guiding learners’
developing good study habits.

102. Which of the following may be the
assumption/s of behaviorists?
I. The mind of a newborn child is a blank slate.
II. All behaviors are determined by
environmental events.
III. The child has a certain degree of freedom not
to allow himself to be shaped by his
A. III only
B. I and II
C. I and III
D. II only

103. _____ supports equitable access but on the
other hand, quality might be compromised. A.
Open admission B. School accreditation C.
Deregulated tuition fee D. Selective retention

104. If you want your students to develop
reading comprehension and learning strategies
which one should you employ?
A. reciprocal teaching
B. cooperative learning
C. peer tutoring
D. mastery learning


105. What statement is FALSE with reference to
Article VIII “The Teacher and the Learners” of
the Code of Ethics of Professional Teachers?
A. A teacher shall not accept favors or gifts from
learners, their parents, or others in their behalf
in exchange for requested concessions,
especially if undeserved,
B. A teacher shall not inflict corporal punishment
or offending learners nor make deductions from
their scholastic ratings as a punishment for acts
which are clearly not manifestation of poor
C. In a situation where mutual attraction and
subsequent love develop between teacher and
the learner, the teacher shall exercise utmost
professional discretion to avoid scandal, gossip,
and preferential treatment of the learner.
D. A teacher shall maintain at all ties a dignified
personality, which could serve as model worthy
of emulation by learners, peers and others.

106. In the light of the modern concept of
teaching, which is a characteristic of effective
A. pouring information to the learners
B. allowing learners to learn on their own
C. developing abilities to address the future
D. removing the physical presence of the teacher

107. One facet of understanding, an evidence of
learning is perspective. Which is an indicator of
A. A bright student refuses to consider that there
is another correct solution to the problem apart
from hers.
B. A student explains the arguments for and
against the acquittal of Hubert Webb and group.
C. A teacher cannot accept opinions different
from hers.

D. A mother cannot understand why her child’s
performance is below par.

108. Which among the indicators could be most
useful for assessing quality of schooling?
A. participation rate
B. cohort survival rate
C. net enrollment rate
D. drop-out rate

109. The discrimination index of a test item is
+0.48. What does this mean?
A. An equal number from the lower and upper
group got the item correctly.
B. More from the upper group got the item
C. More from the lower group got the item
D. More from the upper group got the item

110. Which of the following is NOT an example of
a teacher’s nonverbal communication?
A. eye contact
B. gestures
C. pauses
D. voice

111. Which is a valid assessment tool if you want
to find out how well your students can speak
A. performance test in extemporaneous speaking
B. written quiz on how to deliver
extemporaneous speech
C. display of speeches delivered
D. writing speeches

112. Professionalization of teachers and teaching
as promulgated in Presidential Decree No. 1006,
defines teaching as profession concerned with
classroom institution ______.
A. by teachers on fulltime basis
B. at the tertiary level in both public and private
C. at the elementary and secondary levels in both
public and private schools
D. by teachers of permanent status


113. Teacher U asked her pupils to create a story
out of the given pictures. Which projective
technique did Teacher U use?
A. Rorschach test
B. narrative
C. thematic apperception test
D. reflective

114. The Code of Ethics for Professional
Teachers stipulates that educational institutions
shall offer quality education for all Filipino
citizens. How is quality education defined in R.A.
A. Relevance and excellence of education are
emphasized to meet the needs and aspirations of
an individual and society.
B. All school-aged children should be provided
free and compulsory education.
C. Children with special needs should be
mainstreamed with regular classes in the public
D. Public and private basic education schools
should provide relevant education.

115. Teacher A discovered that his pupils are
very good in dramatizing. Which tool must have
helped him discover his pupils’ strength?
A. Portfolio assessment
B. Performance test
C. Journal entry
D. Paper-and-pencil test

116. Which appropriate teaching practice flows
from this research finding on the brain: The
brain’s emotional center is tied into its ability to
A. Create a learning environment that
encourages students to explore their feelings and
ideas freely.
B. Come up with highly competitive games where
winners will feel happy.
C. Tell students to participate in class activities
or else won’t receive plus points in class
recitation. D. To establish discipline, be
judgmental in attitude.

117. Your percentile rank in class is 60%. What
does this mean?
A. You got 40% of the test items wrongly.
B. You scored less than 60% of the class.
C. You got 60% of the test items correctly.
D. You scored better than 60% of the class.

118. Which test item is in the highest level of
Bloom’s taxonomy of objectives?
A. Explain how a tree functions in relation to the
B. Explain how trees receive nutrients.
C. Rate three different methods of controlling
tree growth.
D. Write a paragraph that observes coherence,
unity, and variety.

119. In qualitative social and behavioral studies,
“the investigator is a part of the study.” What are
implied in this statement?
I. The researcher processes and analyzes the
data himself.
II Data interpretation depends on the orientation
of the researcher.
III. The investigator is the only source of
IV. Data gathering may be done by others but the
analysis is done by the researcher.
A. I and IV
B. II and III
C. I, II, and IV
D. I, II, III, and IV

120. The observable manifestation of student’s
feelings, thoughts, or attitude are summed up as

behavior. Every high school teacher is expected
to contribute to the assessment of the student’s
behavior but the grade is reflected in _____.
A. Good Manners and Right Conduct
B. Values Education
C. co-curricular activities
D. curricular activities


121. Which must be present for selfevaluation to succeed?
A. consensus between teacher and student
regarding evaluation results
B. teacher’s approval of self-evaluation results
C. teacher’s monitoring of self-evaluation process
D. student’s intrinsic motivation to learn
122. The instructions for a test are made simple,
clear and concise. This is part of which of the
following characteristics of a good test?
A. objectivity
B. economy
C. administrability
D. scorability
123. What is the mean of this score distribution:
4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10?
A. 7
B. 6
C. 8.5
D. 7.5

124. The Early Childhood Care and Development
Act provides for the promotion of the rights of
children for survival and development. Which of
the following statements is not among its
A. Enhance the role of parents as the primary
caregivers and educators of their children form
birth onward.
B. Facilitate a smooth transition from care and
education provided at home to community or
school-based setting and primary schools.
C. Assist the LGUs in their endeavor to prepare
the child for adulthood.
D. Enhance the physical, social, emotional,
cognitive, psychological, spiritual, and language
development of young children.

125. Which of the following represents a
minuscule curriculum?
A. textbook that learners use
B. lesson plan that teachers prepare
C. reference materials that supplement the text
D. lecture notes of the teacher

126. Bernadette enjoyed the roller coaster when
they went to Enchanted Kingdom. Just at the
sight of a roller coaster, she gets excited. Which
theory explains Bernadette’s behavior?
A. operant conditioning
B. attribution theory
C. Pavlovian conditioning
D. social learning theory

127. What objectives do effective leaders foster?
I. Attainable
IV. Specific
V. Time-bound
A. II, III, and IV
B. I, II, III, IV, and V
C. I, IV, and V
D. I, II, III, and IV

128. Thomasites are _____.
A. the soldiers who doubted the success of the
public educational system to be set in the
B. the first American teacher recruits to help
establish the public educational system in the
C. the first religious group who came to the
Philippines on board the US transport named
D. the devotees of St. Thomas Aquinas who came
to evangelize

129. Which is an underlying assumption of the
social cognitive theory?
A. People are social by nature.
B. People learn by observing others.
C. People learn by trial-and-error.
D. People learn by association.

130. Researchers found that when a child is
engaged in a learning experience, a number of
areas of the brain are simultaneously activated.
What is an application of this in the teachinglearning process?
I. Make use of field trips, guest speakers
II. Do multicultural units of study
III. Stick to the “left brain and right brain”
A. II only
B. I only
C. I and III
D. I and II

131. Here is a score distribution: 98, 93, 93, 93,
90, 88, 87, 85, 85, 85, 70, 51, 34, 34, 34, 20, 18,
15, 12, 9, 8, 6, 3, 1. Which is the range?
A. 93
B. 85
C. 97
D. between 51 and 34


132. Which tool should a teacher use if she wants
to locate areas which are adversely affecting the
performance of a significant number of students?
A. problem checklist
B. self-report technique
C. autobiography
D. cumulative record

133. Which activity works best with selfexpressive people?
A. metaphors

B. kinesthetic activities
C. inquiry
D. independent study

134. centralization : Education Act of 1901 ::
decentralization : _____
A. R.A. 9155
B. R.A. 9293
C. R.A. 7836
D. R.A. 7722

135. Piagetian tasks state that thinking becomes
more logical and abstract as children reach the
formal operations stage. What is an educational
implication of this finding?
A. Expect hypothetical reasoning from learners
between 12 to 15 years of age.
B. Engage children in analogical reasoning as
early as preschool to train them for HOTS.
C. Learners who are not capable of logical
reasoning from ages 8 to 11 lag behind in their
cognitive development.
D. Let children be children.

136. This embodies the teacher’s duties and
responsibilities as well as proper behavior in
performing them.
A. Code of Ethics for Teachers
B. Magna Carta for Public School Teachers
C. Bill of Rights
D. Philippine Constitution of 1987

137. The class was asked to share their insights
about the poem. The ability to come up with an
insight stems from the ability to _____.
A. comprehend the subject that is being studied
B. analyze the parts of a whole
C. evaluate the worthiness of a thing
D. relate and organize things and ideas

138. Which is not a characteristic of authentic
A. focused on lifelike, meaningful, relevant types
of student learning
B. offers opportunities to study problem
C. easy to complete
D. fruitful in terms of genuine learning

139. Schools should develop in the students the
ability to adapt to a changing world. This is
adhereance to the philosophy of _____.
A. essentialism
B. perennialism
C. progressivism
D. reconstructionism


140. The teacher’s first task in the selection of
media in teaching is to determine the ______.
A. choice of the students
B. availability of the media
C. objectives of the lesson
D. technique to be used
141. With which goals of educational institutions
as provided for by the Constitution is the
development of work skills aligned?
A. To develop moral character
B. To teach the duties of citizenship
C. To inculcate love of country
D. To develop vocational efficiency
142. Median is to point as standard deviation is
to _____.
A. area
B. volume
C. distance
D. square

143. Who is the forerunner of the presence of the
Language Acquisition Device?
A. Watson
B. Chomsky
C. Gardner
D. Piaget

144. Which of the following statements best
describes metacognition as a strategy for
curriculum augmentation?
A. It is learning how to learn and thinking about
how one thinks.
B. It is learning strategies for success.
C. It is learning through interaction with the
D. It is learning through computer-aided

145. Which psychological theory states that the
mind insists on finding patterns in things that
contribute to the development of insight?
A. Piaget’s psychology
B. Kohlberg’s psychology
C. Gestalt psychology
D. Bruner’s psychology

146. Which is not a characteristic of an analytic
A. learns whole to part
B. enjoys memorizing
C. works on details
D. sequences objects in order

147. The concepts of trust vs. maturity,
autonomy vs. self-doubt, and initiative vs. guilt
are most closely related with the works of
A. Erikson
B. Piaget
C. Freud
D. Jung

148. Ask to do a learning task, Joe hesitates and
says “Mahirap. Ayaw ko. ‘Di ko kaya!” (It’s
difficult. I don’t like it. I can’t do it.) Is it possible
to motivate this type of student?
A. Yes, he can do something with his ability.
B. Yes, he can change the nature of the job.
C. No, it is impossible to motivate a student who
himself is not motivated.
D. No, motivation is totally dependent on the

student. No person outside him can influence

149. As of the Republic Act 7836 the licensure
exam for teachers is with the _____.
A. Commission on Higher Education
B. Professional Regulation Commission
C. Department of Education
D. Civil Service Commission


150. Filipinization is violated if _____.
A. an educational institution is owned by a
corporation of which 40% of the capital is owned
by Filipino Citizens
B. an educational institution owned by a
religious order
C. an American serving as president of the
educational institution
D. an educational institution owned by a
charitable institution

Part 1 LET Reviewer Professional Education
Answer Key

1. B
2. B
3. A
4. C

5. A
6. A
7. D
8. A
9. C
10. C
11. D

12. B
13. C
14. B
15. D
16. C
17. A
18. C
19. D
20. A

21. B
22. C
23. C
24. B
25. A
26. A

27. D
28. D
29. A
30. B
31. C
32. A
33. C

34. B
35. D
36. C
37. B
38. D
39. D
40. A
41. B

42. D
43. A
44. C
45. A
46. B
47. A
48. D
49. D
50. D
51. B

52. B
53. A
54. C
55. C
56. A
57. A
58. A
59. C
60. A


61. A
62. B
63. B
64. B
65. B
66. C
67. B

68. B
69. A
70. A
71. A
72. B
73. C

74. B
75. D
76. A
77. A
78. A
79. C
80. B
81. B
82. A
83. B

84. C
85. B
86. C
87. C
88. B
89. B
90. C
91. C
92. C
93. D
94. D
95. A
96. B

97. C
98. A
99. B
100. A
101. B
102. B
103. A
104. A
105. D

106. B
107. B
108. B
109. D
110. D
111. A

112. C
113. C
114. A
115. B
116. A

117. D

118. D
119. A
120. B
121. D
122. C
123. A


124. C
125. B
126. C
127. B
128. C
129. B
130. D

131. C
132. A
133. B
134. A
135. A
136. A
137. D
138. C
139. D

140. C
141. D
142. B
143. D

144. A
145. C
146. A
147. A
148. A

149. B
150. C

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