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equipment like TV, computer etc. By


teenagers in the community itself is
becoming a common phenomenon. What
does this incident signify?
a. Inability of school to hire security
guards
b. Deprivation of Filipino schools
c. Prevalence of poverty in the community
d. Communitys lack of sense of coownership
2. Which describe(s) inappropriate practice in
the education of young children?
a. Individual differences are expected and
accepted
b. Integrated teaching-learning
c. Isolated skill development
d. Positive guidance techniques
3. Honesty remains a value even if nobody in
an
organization
values
it.
This
pronouncement comes from the mouth of a
(an) ____________.
a. Pragmatist
c. Reconstructionist
b. Idealist
d.
Progressivist
4. I cannot forget my friends birthday for it
comes one day after my birthday.
Which principle of association as applied to
memory explains this?
a. Contiguity
c. Frequency
b. Similarity
d. Context
5. A fresh teacher graduate is usually
idealistic. Which one will most likely inspire
her to cling to her idealism?
a. Introduction of educational innovations
b. Support of living models
c. Pressure of work
d. High salary
6. I cannot help but recall the sisters convent
which served as my boarding house in high
school now that am in a noisy boarding
house. Which principle of association
explains this?
a. Similarity
c. Frequency
b. Contiguity
d. Contrast
7. People have ideas about the world and
they learn these ideas by reflecting upon
them, according to the _________.
a. Empiricist
c. Rationalist
b. Existentialist
d. Pragmatist
8. Which principle of association as applied to
memory is this?
The recall of an object or idea triggers
recall
of other objects like it.
a. Contrast
c. Similarity
b. Contiguity
d. Frequency
9. Whose thought is this: Although there is
an external world from which human
beings acquire sensory information, ideas
originate from the workings of the mind
a. Rationalist
c. Empiricist
b. Existentialist
d. Pragmatist
10.A research conducted by Hirsch-Pasek, et al
in 1989 noted possible harmful effects of
highly
academically-oriented
early

childhood education program. These


include higher test anxiety, less
creativity, and a less positive attitude
toward school. Based on these research
findings which recommendation is in
order?
a. To give children the total freedom
to do as they please inside the
classroom
b. Not to give assessment activities
for pre-schoolers
c. To plan for engaging academic
lessons
d. Not to engage in highly structured
direct instruction in pre-school
11.With changing needs and knowledge
explosion, the emphasis in todays
schools should be on teaching _________.
a. Skills on how to learn
c.
Values
b. Facts
d.
Concepts
12.Which piagetian term refers to ones
inability to distinguish between ones
own perspective and someone elses?
a. Autism
c. Centration
b. Conservation
d.
Egocentrism
13.What does the social constructivist
approach emphasize? The students
need.
a. Opportunities to learn with the
teacher and more skilled peers
b. To be filled because their minds are
empty
c. To be placed n a conductive earning
environment
d. To be reward with every good
performance
14.If you believe that the childs mind is
TABULARASA, in what processes will you
engage the child to learn?
a. Sensory impressions
c.
Reflections
b. Reasoning
d. Metacognition
15.What
does
a
DEVLOPMENTALLY
APPROPRIATE
PRACTICE
type
of
schooling focus on?
I. Typical developmental patterns of
children
II. Uniqueness of each child
III. Direct instruction
a. I & II b. II and III c. I & III d. I
only
16.Which does the empiricist emphasize?
a. Experience is the only source of
knowledge
b. Knowledge arises from the mind
c. Knowledge is derived from reason
without the aid of the senses
d. Information is interpreted by the
mind
17.Which of the following best described
the role of a teacher from a parennialist
perspective?
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a.

To expose the learner to up-to-date


information about Science and Math
b. To reveal the wisdom of the Ages such
as those contained in the Bible/Koran
c. To assist the learner clarify his/her
value priorities through self-analysis
d. To tell, interpret, or analyze complete
information to the students
18. Do not trust the senses since ideas are
arrived at only by reason is an advice from
the _____________.
a. Naturalist
c. Existentalist
b. Rationalist
d. Empiricst
19.Which is a weakness of the Montessori
approach?
a. Fosters development of the cognitive
skills
b. Fosters independence
c. Emphasizes verbal interaction
d. Neglects childrens social development
20.According to the existentialist, every
person is in the same predicament and has
the same possibilities. What this imply?
a. Every person must have access to
education
b. Every person must choose to go to
college
c. Every person must go through the
same form of education
d. Every person must go to college
21.Which groups of philosophers have
opposite views?
a. Rationalist and existentialists
b. Rationalist and idealists
c. Rationalists and Naturalists
d. Rationalists and empiricists
22.Student Z does not study at all but when
the Licensure Examination for Teachers
come before he takes the Let, he spends
one hour in Quiapo church prating for a
miracle, i.e, to pass the exam. Which
attitude towards religion or GOD is
displayed?
a. Religion as fake c. Religion as real
b. Religion as magic
d. Religion as
authentic
23.
Two identical balls of clay are shown to
the child. The child agrees that they are
equal. Teacher changes the shape of one of
the balls and asks the child whether they
still contain equal amounts of clay. The
child answer, No the longer one has
more.
What skill does the child
lack?
a. Centration
c. Reasoning
b. Intuition
d. Conservation
24.Which theory is demonstrated by this?
A young boy might observe his father
aggressive
outbursts and hostile interchanges with
people;
when observe with his peers, the young
boys
style of interaction is highly aggressive.
a. Social cognitive theory

b. Cognitive developmental theory


c. Operant conditioning
d. Classical conditioning
25.Jones is a shy student and prefers to be
alone. Based on Jungs psychological
theory under what classification does he
fall?
a. Extrovert
c. Paranoid
b. Ambivert
d. Introvert
26.Which theory on development puts
emphasis on the importance sensitive
periods in development?
a. Ecological theory c. Psychoanalytic
theory
b. Social
cognitive
theory
d.
Ethological theory
27.According to the cognitive theory of
human development, the primary
determinant of behavior is__________.
a. Cognitive
c. Heredity
b. Unconscious thought
d.
Environment
28.Which may be an undesirable result of
the misuse of education technology on
human development?
a. Brain-drain
c.
Dehumanization
b. Mechanical learning d. Knowledge
explosion
29.For Freud, the primary motivation for
human behavior is sexual in nature
while for Erikson it is _________ in nature.
a. Social b. Cultural c. Physical d.
Biological
30.Two identical beakers A & B are
presented to the child. Teacher pours
the liquid from B into C., which is taller,
and thinner than A & B has equal
capacity with B. teacher asks if the
beakers A: C have the same amount of
liquid. The child says No and points
to C as the beaker that has more liquid.
In what cognitive developmental stage
is the
child?
a. Formal operational stage
b. Pre-operational
c. Concrete operational stage
d.
Sensorimotor
31.To make sense of our world we organize
our experiences. We also change our
thinking to include new ideas and
additional information. The process of
changing our thinking as a result of new
ideas is termed by Piaget as________.
a. Construction
c.
Adaptation
b. Assimilation
d.
Accommodation
32.A pre-school child says: That tree
pushed the leaf off, and it fell down.
This show that the pre-school child
believes that inanimate objects have
lifelike qualities and are capable of
action. This belief is called___________.
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a. Symbolism
c. Realism
b. Animation
d. Animism
33.What is the latest advice of authorities
regarding left-handed children?
a. Train the child with left-handed
tendency to use the right
b. Train the left-handed child to use both
right and left hands
c. Allow children to use the hand they
favor
d. Discourage the child to use has left
hand
34.Teacher helps the pupils remember that
stalactite grows from the Ceiling while a
stalagmite grows from the Ground. Which
device does the teacher use?
a. Drill device
c. Memory device
b. Mnemonic device d. Coding device
35.The theory on life-span development
advocates that sensitive care giving in later
life is a important as sensitive care giving
in early life. What statement goes with
this?
a. Experiments in the first 3 years are as
important as later experiences
b. Children can not be influenced after
childhood
c. The
most
important
years
in
development are the first five years
d. What child becomes at ages 3 is fixed
36.Based on Freuds psychoanalytic theory
which component(s) of personality is (are)
concerned with a sense of right and wrong
a. Super-ego b. Super-ego and ego c. Id d.
Ego
37.Two sticks are aligned in front o the child.
The child agrees that they are the same
length. Teacher moves on stick to the right,
then asks the child if they are equal in
length. The child answer, no, the one on
top is longer.
a. Reasoning
c. Centration
b. Intuition
d. Conservation
38.Which statement correctly explains the
constructivist theory of learning?
a. Children are empty receptacles
b. Children actively create knowledge
and understanding
c. Children are passive learners
d. Childrens minds are blank slates
39.Which conception of age is wrong?
a. Chronological age s different from
biological and psychological and
psychological age
b. Chronological age, biological age,
psychological and social age are
related
c. Psychological age and social age are
two different things
d. Chronological age is the same
psychological age
40.As humans we walk at about one year,
engage in fantasy play as a young child,
and become more independent as a youth.

What does this prove? Each of us


develops partly.
a. Like no other individuals
b. Like no other individual, like some
other individuals, like all other
individuals
c. Like all other individuals
d. Like some other individuals
41.In Piagets theory an individuals
adjustment to new information s
called___________.
a. Organization
c.
Assimilation
b. Accommodation d. Adaptation
42.The psychoanalytic theorists believe the
following, Except:
a. Development is not in any way
colored by emotion
b.
We
analyzed
the
symbolic
meanings of behavior not just focus
on the behavior
c. Early experience with parents
extensively shape our development
d. We have to analyze the inner
working of the mind to understand
behavior
43.Which teachers attitude best reflects
his/her understanding of development
as a product of maturation and
learning?
a. Patient when with the slower ones
b. Creativity with the classroom
strategies or tasks
c. Fairness when giving grades or
school marks
d. Cheerfulness and enthusiasm when
discussing
44.Which one is Piagets Freuds and
Erikssons thought about childrens
play?
a. Contributes to the childs mastery
of
his
physical
and
social
environment
b. Makes a childs life so enjoyable
that he will tend to hate school life
later
c. Prepares a child for an excellent
academic performance in formal
schooling
d. Develops in the child a highly
competitive attitude because of the
nature of play
45.Progressive considers the nature of he
child. Which philosophy does NOT relate
with this?
a. Pragmatism
c.
Humanism
b. Essentialism
d.
Naturalism
46.J.B. Watson relates that a particular
behavior
is
determined
by
environmental factor. Which of the
following situations can the students
develop a positive attitude towards
mathematics?
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a.

Tell students that Math is a difficult


subject
b. Give difficult problems to challenge the
students
c.
Present lessons from the easiest to
the most complex
d. Have favorable learning atmosphere in
the classroom
47.Margaret has been staring at the
matchstick puzzle problem. She is figuring
out how to solve it. Suddenly, a bright idea
flashes in her mind and excitedly she
successfully learns to solve the puzzle. This
is an example of_____________.
a. Metacognition
b. Insight learning
c. Analytical learning
d. Trial and error learning
48.Considering the senses used in learning,
which does NOT belong to the group?
a. Radio
c. Filmstrip
b. Audiotape recorder
d. Phonograph
49.The use of multi-level materials enables a
teacher to do
a. Review
c. Application of lesson
b. Tutoring
d. Differentiated instruction
50.In relations to comprehension skills, which
does NOT belong to the group?
a. Sequencing events
b. Critical reading
c. Finding the main idea
d. Recreatory reading
51.Miss Solano, a preschool teacher sees to it
that the children are given opportunity to
explore and work on different materials so
that they will develop initiative and not
guilt. She is guided by the theory of______.
a. Maslow b. Kohlberg c. Gardner d.
Erikson
52.Which process does NOT fall under
extrapolation?
a. Inferring
c. Concluding
b. Predicting
d. Observing
53.Article
XIV,
Sec.
2
highlights
the
importance of providing a system of free
public education in the elementary and
high school levels. Why is there such a
necessity?
a. Elementary and high school provide
formal education
b. These levels provide the foundation for
life functions and roles
c. No one goes to college without passing
the grade and high schools
d. A few people cannot afford the
expensive quality of private schools
54.The use of graphic organizers may tap the
brain processes because they mainly.
a. Organize the words in some ways the
students remember
b.
Appeal to both the left and right
hemispheres of the brain
c. Arouse the students interest in the
lesson being learned

d.

Stimulate neural wings of the brain


in the process
55.Which teaching technique develops
creative thinking by the use of
comparison or analogy
a. Heuristic
c. Synectic
b. Aesthetic
d. Intrinsic
56.Cognitive psychologist regards the
learner as one who comes into the
classroom _______.
a. Ignorant of schooling
c. Knowing
nothing
b. Uninterested t learn
d. Full of
experiences
57.Which one is a developmental task of
the intermediate pupil according to
Havighursts list of development tasks?
a. Learning sex differences
b. Beginning to develop a conscience
c. Achieving emotional independence
from parents
d. Learning to get along with age
mates
58.Six-and-seven-year-old
children
are
generally___.
a. Nearsighted
b. Farsighted
c. Both nearsighted and farsighted
d. Neither nearsighted nor farsighted
59.Individualized instruction, which may
have been pioneered by the Hebrews,
is characterized by the students.
a. Being taught one on one
b. Learning at their own pace
c. Giving tutorials to slow learners
d. Expressing their personal ideas
60.When teacher attempts to develop his
students
metacognitive
skills,
he
teaches them to:
a. Recall pass lesson
b. Visualize
c. Formulate hypothesis
d. Think about their thinking
61.A caregiver working with infants aims to
maximize their cognitive development
by having an environment that provides
multisessorial stimulation. This is guided
by the theory of_________.
a. Gardner b. Bridges c. Erikson d.
Piaget
62.Friedrich
Froebel
believed
that
education should awaken the childs
dormant potentials and stimulate them
to the fullest development. In this case,
the teachers role is that of a _________.
a. Molder of character
b. Facilitator of learning
c. Dispenser of knowledge
d. Evaluator of learning
63.Which is a typical characteristic of the
adolescent?
a. Reasonable and secure
b. Feels intense emotions and sense
of disequilibrium
c. Slow but steady physical growth
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d. Passive and obedient


64.Which can be an innovative solution to the
problems of high rate of absenteeism in
rural areas where most pupils absent from
class during the planting season?
a. Refusing readmission of pupils who
have been absent for long
b.
Observance of seasonal school
calendar
c. Giving lectures to parents on the
importance of schooling
d. Keeping a record of absences for
information
65.In which development period does the
childs group begin to exert a tremendous
influence on the childs attitude and
behavior?
a. Late childhood
c. Early adolescence
b. Late adolescence d. Middle childhood
66.What practice is exemplified when a
principal emphasizes the need for clean
and orderly classrooms as ell as green and
beautiful surrounding to contribute to
effective teaching and learning?
a. Provide an atmosphere conducive for
learning
b. Provide adequate physical facilities
c. Utilize educational technology
d. Establish rapport between teachers
and pupils
67.Which statement on motivation is baked up
research?
a. Incentives for learning are more
important for high-achieving students
b. Incentives are important only for
average student when content I
difficult
c. Activities that enhance success and
reduce failure increase motivation
d. More motivational devices are needed
or intrinsically motivated student
68.Which of the following should be avoided
by the teachers in asking questions?
a. Repeat questions if pupils cannot
answer
b. Encourage lengthy responses and
sustained answer
c. Ask the question first before calling a
pupil to answer
d. Ask a sufficient number of questions to
stimulate thinking
69.Instructional objectives should tell one who
is to perform the desired behavior, the
result, the relevant condition under which
the behavior is performed and:
a. The test items to be used in evaluating
the objectives
b. The materials and references to be
used
c. The criteria to be following in carrying
out lesson
d. The criteria to be used in evaluating
the success of the performance
70.Which is NOT an element of cooperative
learning?

a.
b.
c.

Positive interdependence
Group accountability for learning
Individuals
accountability
for
learning
d. Face-to face interaction
71.The Reading teacher stays 30 minutes
daily after class and teaches the slow
readers how to read. What is the
practice called?
a. Make-up class
c.
Remedial instruction
b. Enrichment activity
d.
Development reading
72.Mrs. Ramos provide reading materials of
varying levels of difficulty to the three
groups of learners. Which principle is
implemented by her action?
a. Focus on individuals need to
achieve
b. Help each student attain goals
c. Focus on student attention
d. Provide informative feedback
73.The effective teacher manages routine
and transition with a minimum of
disturbance primary to:
a. Spare more time for instructional
planning
b. Abide by the faculty handbook
c. Correct misbehaving pupil
d. Increase academic learning time
74.Sometimes the non-verbal aspect of
communication can carry more weight
than the verbal. Nonverbal message can
be sent by the following, Except:
a. Teachers comment: the answer is
not written on the floor
b. Tone of voice
c. Facial expression
d. Body
language
75.What criterion (a) is (are) applied by a
principal who evaluates teachers based
on the result of the achievement tests
of pupils?
a. Product and attitude
c.
Product
b. Process
d. Attitude
76.Which of these techniques id being
featured? Teacher A encourages her
students to participate actively in the
class discussion by making the answer
question, allows students to call on one
another to recite, and wait for their turn
to ask or answer.
a. Socialized recitation
c.
Open
forum
b. Graded recitation d.
Panel
discussion
77.A reading teacher sees positive effects
in the use of various sections of a
newspaper. In what way does the use of
the newspaper affect the students?
a. Provides for meeting pupil different
interest
b. Strengthens learning skills
c. Contributes to pupils understanding
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d. Reinforces learning experiences


78.Allowing students to participate in the
formation of two to the three rules for the
classroom promotes______ in the classroom.
a. A sense of belongingness
b. Teacher diminished authority
c. An autocratic atmosphere
d. Buddy-buddy system
79.Meaningfulness is the key to all cognitive
processes.
Meaningfulness
depends
on______.
a. The intensiveness of practice
b. The
persistence
of
student
in
answering
c. The variety of learning activities
d. The manner in which the teacher
handles the topic
80.Miss Santos aims to maximize individual
learning o her third year students in
Science. If she intends to permit students
to proceed at their own rate, which of the
following will she apply?
a. Cooperative learning
c.
Hands-on
learning
b. Modular instruction
d. Supervised
study
81.Kindergarten and elementary grade pupils
are often engaged in various games as
their learning activities. What principle is
best observed in the situation?
a. Teachers need to relax while the
children are at play
b. Children need games to relax and
enjoy
c. Games as a formalized expression of
play are natural
d. Games provide wide range of social
and cognitive experience
82.Which s the lowest level of teaching in the
three-level approach?
a. Concepts b. Values c. Skills d. Facts
83.The social Studies teacher pans to present
a political situation which is very close to
reality, particularly the role of mayor, a
counselor, or a barangay captain. What
strategy is the most appropriate?
a. Lecture
c. Reporting
b. Discussion
d. Simulation
84.Individuals differ from each other in their
needs, interests, and abilities, at any given
point in their learning style. Which type of
instructional program is needed by the
learners at risk?
a. Adaptive instruction
b. Traditional instruction
c. Remedial instruction
d. Computer-assisted instruction
85.In what level of objective in the affective
domain is this objectives: to contribute to
the discussion by asking questions.
a. Organization
c. Responding
b. Receiving
d. Valuing
86.The teacher conducts the same lesson
taken up the previous day but she uses

different teaching materials. What type


of lesson is illustrated?
a. Evaluation
c. Development
b. Application
d. Review
87.Which is the best reason why Mr. Cruz
begins a lesson in Mathematics by
checking and reviewing the previous
days assignment and provides practice
and drills?
a. Make sure that student understand
the prerequisite skills for the lesson
b. Make learning interesting and
enjoyable for students
c. Prepare the students for the
mastery test
d. Give students the opportunity to
answer workbook exercises
88.If teacher wants to teach his pupils the
skill to organize and integrate concepts
the most appropriate technique is:
a. Brainstorming
c.
Semantic webbing
b. Role playing
d. Games
89.Which activity is best suited to
summarize a lesson at the end?
a. Ask students to interpret a cartoon
related to the lesson
b. Present a medial summary
c. Administer a short quiz d. Give a
homework
90.Teacher C established opening routines
in her class. She does not waste time in
engaging
her
pupils
to
work
immediately. Her pupils are engaged the
period. What is exemplified in this
situation?
a. Well-planned of activities
c.
Constant seatwork
b. Sufficient seat work
d.
Uniform discipline
91.The audio-visual experience is an
opportunity for the teacher to guide
students for more fruitful learning. It is
more effective if students
a. Participate
actively
through
discussion
b. Are
told
to
remember
and
memorize facts.
c. Listen attentively and jot down
notes
d. Are given quizzes immediately after
the presentation
92.Which image must a teacher possess for
her to develop creative thinking skills
among pupils?
a. Repository of knowledge
c.
Sage
b. Catalyst teachers
d.
Authority figure
93.A unit plan formulated using the
taxonomic approach contains:
a. Major topics
b. Objectives
in
the
cognitive,
psychomotor,
and
affective
domains
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c.

Updated resource
d. Special
activities
94.What group activity is illustrated when the
teacher allows the evaluation of work by
the group and encourage the giving of
constructive comments and suggestions
about ways to improve the work?
a. Consensus decision
c.
Critiquing
session
b. Round table
d. Jury trial
95.Leticia strives hard to excel in oratory.
Which would explain best her effort?
a. Desire to satisfy aesthetic needs
b. Desire for security
c. Desire for self-actualization
d. Desires to know and understand
96.The teacher and pupils working on honesty
agreed that no cabinets and bookcases
would be locked throughout the day. Which
one is provided?
a. Pleasant emotional experiences
b. Exemplary models
c. Independent attitude cultivation
d. Appropriate practice
97.Which is the lowest level of comprehensive
a. Integration
c. Critical evaluation
b. Critical comprehension d. Literal
98.Mr. David usually holds the Physical
Education classes in the open space of the
school in the absence of a covered court or
gymnasium one afternoon after the warm
up activity and brief introduction of the
new activity of the new activity t started to
rain. Which is the best way to handle the
situation?
a. Continue the activity since the
students are in there P.E uniforms
b. Move the class to their room and give
a quite game
c. Dismiss the class and continue next
meeting
d. Stop the lesson and wait until the ran
stops
99.Everytime a new unit is taken up, the
teacher present students with an advanced
organizer. Which principle does the teacher
apply?
a. Arrange for appropriate practice
b. Provide for correct responding on the
first trial
c. Organize material into appropriate
learning units
d. Assist
students
to
learn
communication skills
100. As student B was solving a Math
problem she detected an error and
recovered from that error by making a
quick fix. Which ability did Student B
display?
a. Metacognition
c. Imagination
b. Intuition
d. Creative thinking
101. What is the best way to handle a
situation a teacher realizes that her
planned lessons were inadequate?

a.

Send the students to the library to


read related topics
b. Tell the students to prepare for the
nest subject
c. Give the students an essay for the
remaining period
d. Provide more exercise on the major
points of the lesson
102. After reading. The Horse and red
Hen, teacher asked the pupils this
question What is the best thing to be
according to the horse? Under what
level of comprehension does this
question all?
a. Interpretation
c.
Integration
b. Literal comprehension d. Cortical
evaluation
103. The sociogram reveals that four
children in your class formed a
cluster or a cique. This means that
the teacher should.
a. Talk to them individually to disband
the group
b. Encourage them to join other
members of the groups with similar
interest
c. Discourage them from forming such
groups as this should not be
allowed
d. Allow them to be the together all
the time
104. Which
is
another
name
for
collaborative learning?
a. Interactive learning c. Cooperative
learning
b. Team building
d.
Integrative learning
105. The human evocative approach and
the 4 As end with________.
a. Generalization
c. Application
b. Analysis
d. Abstraction
106. Which of the following is the most
important
contribution
of
Gestalt
psychology to the theories of learning?
a. Use of multimedia approaches
b. Cognitive insight
c. Importance of the reinforcement in
the learning process
d. Concept of readiness in learning
107. The process of thinking about ones
thinking to develop critical thinking is
known as__________.
a. Metacognition
c. Reflection
b. Hypothesizing
d.
Meditation
108. Which is a popular teaching-learning
approach found in Philippine school
where classrooms are generally selfcontained, teacher is the focal point and
reference, and the pupils are taught the
basic
skills-reading,
writing,
and
counting?
a. Situation approach
b. Traditional approach
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c. Montessori approach
d. Eclectic approach
109. Which learning principle marks the
highlight of Multiple intelligences?
a. Learning is static and permanent
b. Intelligence is not measured in one
form
c. Cognitive theory is stressed in learning
d. People have different IQ level
110. The Greeks legacy to the world is
democracy. As a teacher, how can you best
show you being democratic?
a. Consider your students as capable of
independent learning
b. Give the students freedom to express
their ideas in any way
c. Treat everyone fairly in terms of
learning opportunities
d. Reward the good students and punish
the misbehaving ones
111. The more indirect the classroom
instruction, the more_______ it is.
a. Topic-focused
c.
Teachercentered
b. Student-centered d. Individualized
112. Lewins Topological field theory posits
that certain internal and external forces
operating simultaneously may cause the
person tension. To help the student lessen
their tension related to learning, the
teacher should best.
a. Demand perfection from the learners
b. Advise the students on how they will
solve their problems
c. Conduct remedial sessions to help
students with difficulties
d.
Suit the lesson goals and activities to
the learners nature
113. The creation of centers of excellence in
teacher education was meant to strengthen
the:
a. Monitoring
of
teacher
education
institutions
b. In-service training of teachers
c. Pre-service and in-service training of
teachers
d. Pre-service training of teachers
114. The K-W-L strategy performs the
following functions, EXCEPT;
a. It provides purpose for reading
b. It encourages the reader to interact
with the text
c. It activates previous schema
d. It provides summary of what has been
learned
115. Which graphic organizer
is used to
show how all information and parts of a
work of fiction fit together?
a. Main idea and details table
c. Story
map
b. Cluster map
d. Web
116. What theory of long-term memory
states that memories are formed by
concepts becoming linked to other
concepts?

a. Schema theory
b. Motivation theory
c. Semantic network theory
d.
Levels of processing theory
117. Direct instruction excludes a focus
on
a. Student-selected activities
b. Academics
c. Controlled classroom theory
d. Levels of processing theory
118. Daniel
Golemans
theory
on
emotional intelligence highlights the
role of emotion in the success or
happiness of an individual. In which
situation can the teacher best cultivate
empathy in case of students fighting in
the classroom?
a. Reprimand the students so that
others
will
not
follow
the
misbehavior
b. Tell the students to stop fighting so
that there will be peace in the room
c. Make them realize how fighting
negatively affects themselves and
other
d. Establish roles and responsibilities
to avoid arguments among them
119. The adoption of national language
directed by the Phil. Constitution is
designed primarily to
a. Facilitate communication among
diverse linguistic groups
b. Do away with colonial mentality
c. Officially adopt tagalog as a
national language
d. Counteract elitism
120. Under which generalization was the
tv program Batibot developed?
a. Children learn by conditioning
b. Children learn by discovery
c. Children learn by trial and error
d. Children learn by observing and
imitating
121. The
teacher
provides
various
learning activities and methods in her
teaching so that diverse needs and
interest of learners are met. Which
principle of learning did she considered?
a. Learning by doing
b. Cognitive development stage
c. Multiple intelligence
d. Cooperative learning
122. Which of the following situation best
shows the teachers consideration of the
learners developmental patterns?
a. Teaching from the basic to the
complex
b. Using the best strategy for the
topics
c. Having
outdoor
activities
for
learning
d. Developing the learners hidden
abilities
123. As a constructivist teacher, which of
the following questions can be an
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interesting one to tap the Grade 2 pupils


prior knowledge on digestive system?
a. Why do you think our stomach hurts if
we do not eat?
b. What is it about digestion that you
learned before?
c. What are the organs responsible for
digestion
d. Do you know how the food we eat gets
digested?
124. Which of the following is the most
important
contribution
of
Gestalt
psychology to the theories of learning?
a. Cognitive insight
b. Use of multimedia approaches
c. Concept of reading in learning
d. Importance of reinforcement in the
learning process
125. Which is a characteristic of task groups?
a. No limit for work time
b. Complex type of discussion
c. Tend to be teacher-dominated
d. Large group discussion
126. Planning for instruction should be based
on
certain
developmental
principles
because the:
a. Lesson objectives will determine the
students activities in class
b. Students need to learn the lessons
using appropriate materials
c. Teaching
job
must
be
procedural/systematic in order to be
effective
d. Class activities must be appropriate to
the students background
127. What do you think of the behavior of
Sabel? It is typical of children in the rural
areas? Explain. These are questions asked
by the teacher after reading A new Home
for
Ruben
under
what
level
of
comprehension
are
the
question
categorized?
a. Application
c. Interpretation
b. Critical evaluation d.
Literal
comprehension
128. In a problem solving model, question
concerning events or data are:
a. Limited to two questions per student
b. Answered by the teacher in detail
c. Asked by the teacher and answered by
the students
d. Raised by the students
129. Which graphic organizer is used to show
how a series of events interact to produce
a set of results again and again?
a. Series of events chart b. Web c. Cycle d.
Time line
130. Which
comment
helps
create
a
conducive
intellectual
learning
environment?
a. How many problems can you get
right?
b. Today, I want to see how much you
can learn

c.

Here are 5 difficult problems. Its


all right if you can solve just three
d. Here are 5 difficult problems. Its
all right if you can solve just three
131. Which theory supports cooperative
learning strategies?
a. Group games count a lot in
assessing learning
b. Learning is best when more
interactions happens in a social
setting
c. There is no learning that happens in
a vacuum
d. Teachers must be a part of the
group to facilitate learning
132. Teacher S connects the new lessons
to one just completed to enable the
students to gain a holistic view of the
subject. What psychological principle is
invoked?
a. Stimulation
c. Recognition
b. Apperception
d.
Conceptualization
133. The classroom activity that best
relates with the constructivist approach
is:
a. Repeating the difficult lessons
previously taken up
b. Doing some drills and exercises
about a lesson
c. Sharing points of view or ideas
during discussion
d. Answering
questionnaires
to
determine learning
134. Teacher A begins her lesson with
concrete life experiences than leads the
students to abstraction. Which method
did she employ?
a. Transductive
c.
Deductive
b. Inductive
d. Interactive
135. The Audio-visual experience in the
classroom is more effective if student:
a. Are given immediately after the
presentations
b. Are
told
to
remember
and
memorize facts
c. Are allowed to eat while viewing
d. Listen attentively and jot down
notes
136. Which of the following measures is
most affected by an extreme score?
a. Semi-interquartile range c. Mode
b. Median
d. Mean
137. Which diagram is used to determine
the
social
interactions
among
individuals in a group?
a. Sociogram
c. Scatter gram
b. Histogram
d. Anagram
138. A student has just learned a
particular formula to make math
problem to solve. She tries it with
another problem and succeeds at it. So
this student is even more encouraged
top discover easier ways to solve math
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problems. Which of Thorn dikes laws is


depicted in this situation?
a. Readiness b. Effect c. Repetition d.
Practice
139. Which applies when the means are
equal?
a. The distribution of the scores is
concentrated
b. The distribution of the scores is
widespread
c. The distribution of the scores are
identical
d. The distribution of the scores are not
necessarily identical
140. On the first day of class after initial
introductions, the teacher administered a
misconception/ preconception check. She
explained that she wanted to know what
the class as a hole already knew about
Philippines before the Spaniard came. On
what assumption is this practice based?
a. Teachers teach a number of erroneous
information in history
b. A misconception/ preconception check
determines students readiness for
instruction
c. The greatest obstacle to new learning
often is not the students lack of prior
knowledge but, rather, the existence
of prior knowledge
d. History books are replete with factual
errors
141. Toms raw score in the Filipino class is
23, which is equal to the 70th percentile.
What does this imply?
a. 70% of Toms classmates got a score
lower than 23
b. Toms score is higher than 23 of this
classmates
c. 70% of Toms classmates got a score
above 23
d. Toms score is higher than 23 of his
classmates
142. Which assessment tool shows evidence
of students writing skills?
a. Project
c.
Critiquing
sessions
b. Porfolio
d. Daily Journal
143. Which is (are) (a) norm-referenced
statement?
a. Danny performed better in spelling
than 60 of his classmate
b. Danny was able to spell 90% of the
words correctly
c. Danny was able to spell 90 of the
words correctly and spelled 35 words
out of 50 correctly
d. Danny spelled 35 words out of 50
correctly
144. Like a TV, the computer has a:
a. Disk drive
c. Screen
b. Keyboard
d. File
145. Teacher J discovered that her pupils are
weak
in comprehension. To further
determine in which particular skill (s) her

pupils are weak which test should


teacher J give?
a. Aptitude test
c.
Diagnostic test
b. Placement test
d. Standardized
test
146. What does a negatively skewed
score distribution imply?
a. The scores congregate on the left
side of the normal distribution
curve
b. The cores are widespread
c. The students must be academically
poor
d. The score congregate on the right
side of the normal distribution
curve
147. In group norming, the percentile rank
of the examinee is:
a. Dependent on his batch of the
examinee is
b. Independent of his batch of
examinees
c. Unaffected by skewed distribution
d. Affected by skewed distribution
148. What type of validity is needed if a
test must course objectives and scope?
a. Content b. Concurrent c. Criterion
d. Construct
149. Teacher gives this to his class for
assessment: CORE IS TO EARTH AS
NUCLEUS IS TO ATOM. THEN SHE ASKS
THE STUDENTS TO EXPLAIN HOW THE
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CORE AND
EARTH
IS
SIMILAR
TO
THE
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ODOMETER
AND DISTANCE. What is this classroom
assessment technique called?
a. Webbing b. Analogy c. Metaphor
d. Simile
150. Which applies when there are
extreme scores?
a. The median will not be a very
reliable
measure
of
central
tendency
b. The mode will be the most reliable
measure of central tendency
c. There is no reliable measure for
central tendency
d. The mean will not be a very reliable
measure of central tendency
151. In the context of the theory on
multiple intelligence, one weakness of
the paper pencil test is:
a. It utilizes so much time
b. It
puts
the
non-linguistically
intelligent at a disadvantage
c. It lacks reliability d. It is not easy to
administer
152. The sum of all score in a distribution
always equals.
a. The mean times the interval size
b. The mean divided by the interval
size
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c.

The mean times N d. The mean


divided by N
153. Which is TRUE to a one-group-posttestonly design?
a. No pretest is done at the start of the
experiment
b. Two groups of subjects that are not
statistically equivalent are used in the
experiment
c. The subjects are randomly assigned to
two groups
d. Pre-test was done prior to the
treatment
154. What does a table of specification
establish?
a. Construct validity
b. Content related validity and criterion
reference
c. Content validity and construct validity
d. Content validity and content related
validity
155. The teacher gives achievement test to
his 25 students. The test consists of the50
items. He wants to classify his students
performance based on the test result. What
is the appropriate measure for the
position?
a. Z-value
c. Stanine
b. Percentile rank
d. Percentage
156. What measure of position is appropriate
when the distribution is skewed?
a. Mean b. Stanine c. Z-valued. Percentile
rank
157. The Analysis of Variance utilizing the Ftest is the appropriate significance test to
run between.
a. Frequencies
c. Medians
b. Two means only d. Three or ore means
158. Which statement about performancebased assessments is FALSE?
a. They emphasize merely process
b. They stress on doing, not only knowing
c. Essay test are an example of
performance-based assessments
d. They accentuate on process as well as
product
159. Referring to assessment of learning,
which statement on the normal curve is
FALSE?
a. The normal curve may not necessarily
apply to a homogeneous class
b. When all pupils achieves expected
their learning curve may deviate from
the normal curve
c. The normal curve is sacred. Teachers
must adhere to it no matter what
d. The normal curve may not be achieved
when every pupil acquires targeted
competences.
160. Median is to point as standard deviation
is to:
a. Area
b. Volume
c. Distance d.
Square
161. It is good to give students challenging
and creative learning tasks because

a.

Development
is
aided
by
stimulation
b. The development of individuals is
unique
c. Development s affected by cultural
changes
d.
Development is the individuals
choice
162. Rita is one-half standard deviation
above the mean of his group in
arithmetic and one standard deviation
above in spelling. What does this imply?
a. She excels in both spelling and
arithmetic
b. She is better in arithmetic than is
spelling
c. She does not excel in selling nor in
arithmetic
d. She is better in spelling than in
arithmetic
163. Which of the following could produce
more than one value?
a. Mean
c. Median
b. Mode
d. Mean of group
data
164. You give a 100-point test; three
students make scores of 95,92 and 91,
respectively, while the other 22
students in the class make scores
ranging from 33 to 67. The measure of
central tendency which id apt to best
describe for this group of 25 students is
a. The mean
d. The median
b. The mode
c. An average of the median and
mode
165. Which is an old view of the
pupils/student?
a. Active participant c. Empty vessel
b. Hypothesis generator
d.
Model
builder
166. According to Kohlberg, a persons
moral
development
is
due
to
maturational factors and
cognitive
growth.
Which
of
the
following
statements best supports his claim?
a. The older the person is, the higher
is his level of morality
b. As the person develops, his
morality becomes conventional
c. As the person grows, his moral
reasoning also gets defined
d. The younger the person is, the
higher is his level of morality
167. Given the scores 1,3,3,3,5,5,6,6,6,
and 10, the mode (s) is (are).
a. 3
b. 3 and 6 c. 5
d. 6
168. The following are characteristics of a
chills with ADHD EXCEPT:
a. Hyperactivity
c.
Inattention
b. Focus
d.
Impulsivity

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169. NSAT and NEAT results are interpreted


against set mastery level. This means that
NSAT and NEAT fall under.
a. Criterion-reference test
c. Aptitude
test
b. Intelligence test
d. Normreference test
170. These are significant information about
a student, gathered through the use of
various techniques, assemble, summarized
and organized in such a way that they may
be used effectively. What is referred to?
a. Cumulative record
c. Test profiles
b. Case studies
d.
Personal
inventory
171. Which measure(s) of central tendency is
(are) most appropriate when the score
distribution is badly skewed?
a. Mean and mode c. Median
b. Mode
d. Mean
172. Lino is a boy who thinks that he is a
good-for-nothing person. Evidently, he does
his school work poorly and his parents
seem to have affirmed this attitude at
home. Hoe can you effectively change this
Pygmalion effect ( a self-fulfilling
prophecy)?
a. Assign Lino to be the leader during
important activities
b. Let Lino do something easy so that he
will experience success
c. Assess Linos strengths and tap them
naturally in class
d. Tell Linos parents that their son needs
help in school
173. Your school principal is playing favorites
to some teachers by allowing them to go
home even before their office hours end.
Likewise, they are given better rooms and
better time schedule, which indeed suit
their convenience. What would be the
appropriate reaction to this situation if you
are among those being favored?
a. Warm the principals favorites and
caution them to be careful about their
behavior
b. Follow your official time and do your
job well and resist being influenced by
you co-teachers behavior
c. Be nice to your principal, gradually
asking to be given the same privilege
next time
d. See the district supervisor and
complain about principals malpractice
174. What should an effective reporting
system minimize?
a. Reporting pupils status relative to goal
set by the individual pupil/student
b. Reporting pupils progress regularly
c. Reporting pupils progress relative to
the class
d. Reporting pupils progress relative to
set criterion of success
175. Which of the following is NOT a
developmental principal?

a.

Early development is more critical


than later development
b. Numerous studies have revealed
how individuals develop
c. Social expectations mark every
developmental period
d. Development follows an orderly,
predictable sequences
176. Which
best
explains
what
mainstreaming in the classroom means?
a. Pupils who were previously enrolled
in special education classes are
now integrated into regular classes
b. Teachers in SPED Centers are now
teaching in the regular classroom
c. Teachers of regular classes are now
teaching children with disabilities in
SPED centers
d. Pupils in the regular classroom are
now accepted in Special Education
centers
177. Marvins school has a regulation
against hair that extends beneath the
top of the shirt collar. His hair will be
that long in a couple of weeks.
Furthermore, he has been asked to join
a rock ban that requires long hair
among its members. What is the best
thing to do?
a. Have a hair cut to comply with the
school regulation
b. Befriend his teacher so as not to be
reprimanded by her
c. Approach the principal and explain
the reason for his sporting long hair
d.
Ignore the school regulation
178. Which term refers to the act of
educating a child with special education
needs partially in a special education
classroom and partially in a regular
classroom?
a. Mainstreaming
c.
Individualization
b. Inclusion
d. Head start
179. Which statement on test result
interpretation is CORRECT?
a. A raw score by itself is meaningful
b. A students score is a final
indication of his ability
c. The use of statistical technique
gives meaning to pupils scores
d. Test scores do not in any way
reflect teachers effectiveness
180. Which word is acceptable in the
writing of performance objectives?
a. Appreciate
c. Understand
b. Think
d.
Demonstrate
181. Teacher Z is engaged in a criterionreference interpretation of scores.
Which of the following does she do?
a. She uses a specified population of
person as its interpretative frame of
reference
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b.

She describes every individual student


performance in relation to the clearly
defined learning task
c. She
describes
every
individuals
student performance in relation to the
performance of the age group of the
student
d. She compares every individual student
performance with the performance of
the rest
182. KNEE IS TO LEG AS ELBOW IS TO_______.
A. HAND B. INGERS C. ARM D. WRIST
What type of test is this?
a. Analogy
c. Short answer type
b. Rearrangement type
d.
Problem
type
183. Which of the following statements best
manifest the teacher-pupil relationship
regarding corporal punishment?
a. A teacher should not inflict corporal
punishment on offending pupils for
acts that are clearly not manifestations
poor achievement
b. It is alright to inflict corporal
punishment on offending pupils whose
parents take no offense for such act
c. A teacher may not inflict corporal
punishment on offending pupils whose
parents may agree to make up in any
form of misdemeanor done by their
children
d. A
teacher
may
inflict
corporal
punishment on offending pupils whose
parents had an agreement with the
teacher
184. Spiritual training disciplines both mind
and body. The individual soul is part of the
absolute soul. These thoughts from part of
_____ philosophy.
a. Greek b. Chinese c. Hebrew d. Hindu
185. The inclusion of the study of Rizal and
other national heroes in the school
curriculum in order to inculcate love of
country is based in a (an).
a. Pragmatist philosophy c.
Idealist
philosophy
b. Existentialist philosophy d. Realist
philosophy
186. Who perpetuated the idea that reason is
superior to experience as a source of
knowledge thus schools must develop
human reason?
a. Humanists
c. Hedonists
b. Stoics
d. Rationalist
187. Should a teacher involve parents and
other stakeholders in making of their
school improvement Plan (SIP)?
a. Yes, and rely totally on community for
its implementation
b. Yes, to gain the support of the
community
c. No, the SIP concerns only the school
d. No, it will only delay the formation and
implementation of the SIP

188. Which can promote national pride


among pupils/Students?
I. Studying lives of outstanding
Filipinos
here and aboard
II. Reading of the lives the saints of
the
Church
III. Study of the Philippines History
with
emphasis on the Victories/
Greatness of
the Filipino people.
a. I,II
b. I only c. III only
d.
I & II
189. Faith, hope, and love are values now
and forever whether they be value by
people or not. Upon what philosophy is
this anchored?
a. Idealism
c. Realism
b. Existentialism
d.
Pragmatism
190. The law of karma, what you sow you
reap, are words often said when
Filipinos attempt to explain a misfortune
perceived to be rightly deserved by
someone. This originated from the:
a. Hebrews b. Hindus c. Greeks d.
Chinese
191. The commonly-used question-andanswer method that includes debate
and discussion is in consonance with the
method of:
a. Confucius b. Plato c. Aristotle d.
Socrates
192. Teacher C subscribes to the idealist
philosophy. Which types of knowledge
will he most likely advance? Knowledge
arrived at though.
a. Trial and error
c.
Experimenting
b. Concrete experience
d.
Reasoning
193. Teacher B subscribes to the mental
discipline approach. Which is he
convinced of?
a. The easier the subject, the greater
the value of the subject
b. The less the student engages, the
more the student has to exercise
the mind, the greater the value of
the subject
c.
The more difficult the subject, the
more the student has to exercise
the mind, the greater the value of
the subject
d. The more bodily exercise, the
better for the student
194. To occupy a government position,
one had to pass an examination on
Confucian thought. From whom did this
influence come?
a. Hebrews b. Chinese c. Hindus d.
Greeks
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195. Which is the wisest immediate thing for


a teacher to do if he discovers a
mathematically gifted child in her class?
a. Tell her to attend class only when a
new lesson is introduced
b. Lobby for the opening of a SPED
Center
c. Let her serve as a tutor of those pupils
who are poor in Math
d. Provide
her
with
enrichment
experiences
196. How
should
teacher
regard
her
participation in community movements for
common good?
a. Lead in community movements halfheartedly so as not to be invited again
b. Wait for an invitation from local
officials to participate in community
fiesta
c. Take
the
initiative
to
actively
participate in community movements
for the common good
d. Resist participation in community
movements that adversely affect
teaching job
197. A new boy in you class has been the
headache of many teachers in your school.
His aggression is shown through fighting,
quarrelling, arguing, teasing or bullying.
The best things for you to do first is to
a. call hi parents for a conference and
solicit their cooperation in changing his
behavior
b. assess his needs and determine
possible causes o his behavior
c. ask the cooperation of his classmates
by telling them mot to fight back
d. punish him immediately after his
misbehavior
198. Which of the following will do if a parent
of one of your failing pupils asks you to
tutor her daughter in consideration of
certain amount of money which you badly
need?
a. Accept the offer with discount
1. C
21.A
2. C
22.D
3. B
23.B
4. A
24.A
5. A
25.D
6. D
26.D
7. D
27.C
8. C
28.C
9. A
29.A
10.D
30.C
11.B
31.B
12.D
32.D
13.C
33.C
14.A
34.C
15.A
35.A
16.B
36.A
17.D
37.B
18.B
38.B
19.D
39.D
20.A
40.C

b.

Direct the parent to another


teacher for tutoring
c. Direct the parent to another
teacher but ask for a commission
d. Accept the offer but do the tutoring
at home
199. A is a school principal who gives this
comment. Wait until become principal
to a teacher who questions and
suggests a lot for the common good.
Which is the principals fault? Lack of
a. Professional courtesy
c. cordial
relations
b. E.O.
d. Honesty
200. Which of the following is the best
situation where in you can balance
responsibility and accountability?
a. A teacher allows a below average
child to find out himself how to
manipulate a simple machine
b. A teacher patiently and diligently
explains to a below average child
how to manipulate a simple
machine
c. A teacher tells below average pupil
to tell his parents to get a tutor to
teach him how to manipulate a
simple machine
d. A teacher asks a brighter child to
teach a below average pupil how to
manipulate a simple machine

A rich man may be wise in his own


eyes, but a poor man who has
discernment sees through him.
KEY TO CORRECTION

41.B
42.A
43.A
44.A
45.C
46.D
47.B
48.C
49.D
50.D
51.D
52.D
53.A
54.C
55.C
56.B
57.D
58.D
59.B
60.C

61.D
62.B
63.B
64.B
65.D
66.A
67.C
68.A
69.?
70.C
71.C
72.A
73.D
74.A
75.C
76.A
77.A
78.A
79.D
80.B
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81.D
82.D
83.D
84.A
85.D
86.D
87.A
88.C
89.A
90.A
91.C
92.B
93.B
94.C
95.C
96.D
97.D
98.B
99.C
100. A
101. D
102. B
103. B
104. C
105. A
106. A
107. B
108. B
109. B
110. B
111. B

112. B
113. C
114. D
115. A
116. D
117. A
118. C
119. A
120. B
121. C
122. A
123. D
124. B
125. A
126. D
127. B
128. C
129. A
130. B
131. B
132. B
133. C
134. B
135. D
136. D
137. A
138. B
139. D
140. C
141. A
142. B

143.
144.
145.
146.
147.
148.
149.
150.
151.
152.
153.
154.
155.
156.
157.
158.
159.
160.
161.
162.
163.
164.
165.
166.
167.
168.
169.
170.
171.
172.
173.

A
C
C
D
A
A
B
D
C
C
D
C
B
A
B
C
D
C
A
A
B
D
C
C
B
B
A
A
C
B
B

174.
175.
176.
177.
178.
179.
180.
181.
182.
183.
184.
185.
186.
187.
188.
189.
190.
191.
192.
193.
194.
195.
196.
197.
198.
199.
200.
201.

A
A
A
C
A
C
D
B
A
A
A
C
D
B
D
A
B
D
D
C
B
D
C
B
D
B
B

202.

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