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Republic of the Philippines

NORTHERN ILOILO POLYTECHNIC STATE COLLEGE


Lemery Campus, Lemery, Iloilo

FINAL EXAMINATION IN PHYSICS 101


Second Semester 2018-2019

TEST I. MODIFIED TRUE OR FALSE

Direction: Read each item carefully. Tell whether the statement is correct or not. Write TRUE if
the statement is correct and if it is FALSE change the underlined word to make it
correct. Write your answer in your test booklet.

1. Longitudinal waves are formed when particles travel parallel along the motion of the waves.
2. Light waves travel faster than sound waves.
3. Reflection is the bending of waves.
4. The image formed in the plane mirror is said to be equal size with the actual object.
5. Ultraviolet rays have the shortest wavelength.
6. Current causes electrical shock.
7. Heat travels fastest in gases.
8. When an object has more number of electrons, it becomes positively charged.
9. In a series circuit, total current is equal to the value of individual current flowing through all
the bulbs.
10. When two objects are rubbed with each other, the process of heat transfer is called
conduction.

TEST II. MULTIPLE CHOICE

Direction: Read each item below and select the letter of your answer that corresponds to the
question. Write your answer in your test booklet.

1. A disturbance that transfers energy from place to place is called a


a. wave.
b. medium.
c. vibration.
d. compression.

2. Mechanical waves are created when a source of energy causes a medium to


a. move.
b. compress.
c. expand.
d. vibrate.

3. Waves that move the particles of the medium parallel to the direction in which the
waves are traveling are called
a. longitudinal waves.
b. transverse waves.
c. surface waves.
d. combination waves.

4. The maximum distance that the particles of a medium move from the rest position is
the
a. amplitude of the wave.
b. wavelength of the wave.
c. frequency of the wave.
d. speed of the wave.

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Republic of the Philippines
NORTHERN ILOILO POLYTECHNIC STATE COLLEGE
Lemery Campus, Lemery, Iloilo

5. The distance between two corresponding parts of a wave is the wave’s


a. amplitude.
b. wavelength.
c. frequency.
d. speed.

6. The speed of a wave is its wavelength multiplied by its


a. amplitude.
b. vibration.
c. frequency.
d. reflection.

7. The bending of waves due to a change in speed is called


a. reflection.
b. refraction.
c. diffraction.
d. interference.

8. The bending of waves around the edge of a barrier is known as


a. reflection.
b. refraction.
c. diffraction.
d. interference.

9. The interaction between two waves that meet is called


a. reflection.
b. refraction.
c. diffraction.
d. interference.

10. Waves combine to make a wave with larger amplitude in a process called
a. destructive interference.
b. constructive interference.
c. reflection.
d. refraction.

____ 11. When an incoming wave combines with a reflected wave in such a way that the
combined wave appears to be standing still, the result is a
a. longitudinal wave.
b. standing wave.
c. transverse wave.
d. surface wave.

12. Waves produced by earthquakes are called


a. standing waves.
b. transverse waves.
c. seismic waves.
d. longitudinal waves.

13. What is another use of a seismograph aside from detecting earthquakes?


a. measuring tsunamis
b. locating valuable resources underground
c. predicting accurately when and where volcanoes will erupt
d. locating gold dust in rivers
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Republic of the Philippines
NORTHERN ILOILO POLYTECHNIC STATE COLLEGE
Lemery Campus, Lemery, Iloilo

14. Frequency is measured in units called


a. amps.
b. hertz.
c. nodes.
d. antinodes.

15. When a wave hits a surface through which it CANNOT pass and bounces back, it
undergoes
a. reflection.
b. refraction.
c. constructive interference.
d. destructive interference.

16. Why do you see lightning from a distant storm before you hear thunder?
a. The thunder is produced after the lightning.
b. Your eyes react faster than your ears.
c. Light travels faster than sound.
d. Sound travels faster than light.

17. The number of cycles in a given amount of time and how often it occurs is called

a. Doppler Effect
b. Frequency
c. Amplitude
d. Decibels

18. If the wave had a high frequency, what would the pitch and wavelength be?

a. High Frequency = Low Pitch, Short Wavelengths


b. High Frequency = High Pitch, Long Wavelengths
c. High Frequency = Low Pitch, Long Wavelengths
d. High Frequency = High Pitch, Short Wavelengths

19. What kind of medium do sound waves travel fastest through?

a. Liquids
b. Plasma
c. Gases
d. Solids

20. An ambulance has its siren on. What direction is the ambulance moving relative to you if
the siren is decreasing in pitch?

a. Behind You
b. Towards You
c. Maintaining the same position
d. Away From You

21. The unit of current is _____________.


a. ampere
b. watt
c. volt
d. coulumb

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NORTHERN ILOILO POLYTECHNIC STATE COLLEGE
Lemery Campus, Lemery, Iloilo

22. The potential difference or voltage required to pass a current 0.2 A in a wire of resistance
20W is ____.

a. 100 V
b. 4 V
c. .01 V
d. 40 V
23. When there is an electric current passing through a wire, the particles moving are
_____________.

a. electrons
b. protons
c. atoms
d. ions

24. As compare to short wires, long wires have


a. more resistance
b. no resistance
c. less resistance
d. same resistance

25. Property of a substance which offers opposition to flow of current through it is called
a. energy
b. capacity
c. resistance
d. voltage

26. Thermal energy from a hot body flows to a cold body in form of
a. sound
b. signals
c. heat
d. waves

27. Heat transfer from one place to another takes place through
a. conduction
b. convection
c. radiation
d. all of above

28. Heat from fireplace reaches us directly in form of waves called


a. convection
b. radiation
c. conduction
d. fusion

29. Surface which absorbs more heat is


a. black and rough
b. white and rough
c. red and rough
d. pink and rough

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Republic of the Philippines
NORTHERN ILOILO POLYTECHNIC STATE COLLEGE
Lemery Campus, Lemery, Iloilo

30. Melting point of water is


a. 323 °C
b. 100 °C
c. 273 °C
d. 0 °C

31. Changing of a liquid into vapours from surface of liquid without heating it is called
a. expansion
b. contraction
c. evaporation
d. fusion

32. A large amount of current passes through earth wire because it has
a. very low resistance
b. very high resistance
c. high frequency
d. low frequency

33. As compare to thin wires, thick wires have


a. more resistance
b. no resistance
c. less resistance
d. same resistance

34. Another term is used for vibration called


a. association
b. motion
c. oscillation
d. floatation

35.

Test III. Illustrate

Direction: Illustrate what is being described in the items below.

1. Draw the waves and its parts.


2. Write the symbols of the following:
a. Battery
b. Bulb
c. Open switch
d. Resistor
e. Three bulbs in series connection with 9-V source

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Associate Professor 5 Chairperson, BEED Program
Republic of the Philippines
NORTHERN ILOILO POLYTECHNIC STATE COLLEGE
Lemery Campus, Lemery, Iloilo

FINAL EXAMINATION IN FACILITATING LEARNING

Test I. True or False

Direction: Write the word TRUE if the idea presented in the item is correct and FALSE if it is wrong.
Write your answer in your test booklet.

1. Behavioristic learning theory focuses on the study of overt behavior.


2. Learning is a process by which is modified or changed through experience or t raining.
3. Cognitive learning involves muscular coordination and physical skills.
4. Cognitive learning strategies are goal directed, intentionally invoked, effortful, and are not
universally applicable but situation specific.
5. Motivation is the process of arousing and sustaining interest in an activity in order to
achieve a goal.
6. Learning continues throughout our lives and affects almost everything that we do.
7. Learning occurs in an empty space.
8. Learning involves the concept of transfer.
9. Effective learning depends on the teacher’s ability to maintain the interest in the classroom.
10. Students with high self-efficacy tend to learn and achieve more than students with low self-
efficacy considering different levels of ability.

Test II. Multiple Choice

Direction: Read each item carefully. Then choose the letter that best corresponds to the item. Write
your answer in your test booklet.

1. “Learning is emotional as well as intellectual". Give your interpretation.

a. Internalization of ideas results to better understanding


b. Teachers must draw the learners ideas and skills
c. Teachers should appeal to their students acquisition of ideas
d. Learning is maximized if feeling and thoughts are in harmony

2. From which of the following statement should a behaviorist adhere to:

a. Learning is a cognitive process"


b. Learners are candle to be lighted"
c. Teacher is the major source of knowledge inside the classroom
d. Every stimulus is processed inside a central room which serves as basis of response"

3. All except one are characteristics of Skinner’s reinforcement and operant conditioning.
Which is it?

a. Stressed the consequence of behavior in order to learn


b. Proved that reinforcement is a powerful tool in shaping and controlling behavior in
and out of the classroom
c. Emphasized the greater influence of the environment on learning and behavior that
is either to reinforce or eliminate.
d. Behaviors are emitted in particular stimuli because it is a natural tendency"
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Republic of the Philippines
NORTHERN ILOILO POLYTECHNIC STATE COLLEGE
Lemery Campus, Lemery, Iloilo

4. His theory has rooted from Thorndike’s law of effect"

a. Tolman
b. Bandura
c. Pavlov
d. Skinner

5. This theory bridged the gap between behaviorism and cognitivism"

a. Connectionism
b. Neo-behaviorism
c. Classical conditioning
d. Operant conditioning

6. If you happen to get bored as upon watching a pageant, you will tend not to watch any
pageants as such" This is best explained by Thorndike’s law of ________________"

a. effect
b. exercise
c. readiness
d. disuse

7. "Every past lesson in your class must be integrated in other subjects or present
discussion as far as possible so that they will not forget it". Which law explains this?

a. Effect
b. Exercise
c. readiness
d. disuse

8. If you were Skinner how will you deal with a misbehaving child?

a. Praise other students who behave inside the class"


b. Investigate for his background by conducting home visitation"
c. Assume that he is able to learn the lesson even if it is not evident"
d. Tell him that he will clean the room after class if he will keep on misbehaving.

9. It is a stimulus that does not trigger a response in an individual"

a. Conditioned
b. Unconditioned
c. Neutral
d. Both b and c

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Associate Professor 5 Chairperson, BEED Program
Republic of the Philippines
NORTHERN ILOILO POLYTECHNIC STATE COLLEGE
Lemery Campus, Lemery, Iloilo

10. Why should teachers provide positive feedback and realistic praise?

a. To motivate the students to study


b. So the students will know what to do
c. To e liked and loved by the students
d. So the students will praise him/her

11. Which of the following is an application of classical conditioning & inside the classroom?

a. Absences are monitored by the secretary


b. The assignment given is being checked every day.
c. Cleanliness and orderliness are a must in classroom
d. The teacher greets her students with a smile whenever she meets her students

12. How should a teacher view herself in order that she can truly function as a facilitator of
learning?

a. As one who knows all and can do all


b. As one among many resource persons in the classroom
c. As one who can do all
d. As one who knows all

13. Classical conditioning theory is always attributed to him for his experiment involving
the dog’s salivation as a reaction to the sound of the buzzer.

a. Bandura
b. Pavlov
c. Skinner
d. Watson

The new teacher entered a noisy classroom. She shouted immediately at the students desperately trying to get order and discipline. Since then
the teacher has not controlled the class. Which is the most probable cause of the teacher’s failure?

Rules and procedures are not defined to sustain order.

The new teacher wants to show the class who is the authority.

The students’ reactions to the teacher are the consequences of her behavior.

The class wants to test the ability and patience of the teacher.

Teacher Ben, an experienced teacher, does daily review of past lesson. Why?
To determine who among his pupils are studying.
To provide his pupils with a sense of wholeness and continuity.
To introduce a new lesson
To reflect on how he presented the previous lesson.

Test III. ESSAY/READING COMPREHENSION

Direction: Read the following news article. Then answer the questions which follow.

10-year old boy in Texas Hangs Himself After Watching Saddam Execution
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NORTHERN ILOILO POLYTECHNIC STATE COLLEGE
Lemery Campus, Lemery, Iloilo

(source: The Associated Press, Houston January 4, 2007)

Police and family members said a 10-year

FINAL EXAMINATION IN ASSESSMENT OF LEARNING 2


(SECOND SEMESTER 2018-19)

Test I. MULTIPLE CHOICE

1. Miss Kenjie Antoinette is doing a performance-based assessment in a web site development


with the use of different programming system in her information technology class. Which of
the following will most likely happen?

a. Students are evaluated using portfolio.


b. Students are evaluated by traditional testing.
c. Students are evaluated on actual demonstration.
d. Students are evaluated based from past experience.

2. Teacher Menvy Mclad assessed her students in terms of appropriate and effective use of
some equipment and tools in Technology and Livelihood Education. What mode of
assessment should Ms. Mclad use?

a. Affective Assessment
b. Journal Assessment
c. Performance-Based Assessment
d. Traditional Assessment

3. What should be considered in planning for performance-based assessment?

a. The purpose of assessment.


b. Available paper and pencil test.
c. The table of specifications of the tasks.
d. The level of cognitive domains to be measured.

4. Which statement about performance-based assessment is FALSE?

a. It accentuates process only.


b. It emphasizes application of knowledge.
c. It assesses both process and product tasks.
d. It stresses what can students know and do.

5. Mr. Henry O. Garcia, business management professor, makes sure that he includes
performance tasks at the end of the course study that will enable the students to practice
and apply what they have learned in the real world of business. Which task is being
practiced by Mr. Garcia?
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a. Capstone Performance
b. Completing an Inquiry
c. Presentation Tasks
d. Solving a Problem

6. Teacher Jeremil wants to maximize the amount of time spent for performance-based
assessment, which of the following must he consider?

a. Task given should be limited.


b. Formulate objectives only for affective domains.
c. Plan tasks for both instruction and assessment.
d. Evaluate one competency for multiple performance tasks.

7. Which kind of rubric is BEST for rating student’s photofolio?

a. Analytic
b. Holistic
c. Both holistic or analytic
d. Either holistic or analytic

8. Which could be seen in a rubric?

I. Objective in a high level of cognitive level


II. Scale for Assessment
III. Dimensions of the quantity
IV. Description of dimension

a. I and II only
b. I, II and III
c. II, III and IV
d. I, II, III and IV

9. If the students are to be assessed individually on their mastery of reciting “Panatang


Makabayan”, what kind of rubric should a teacher Arzon used in rating the performance of
this 25 students for only one period of time engagement?

a. Analytic
b. Holistic
c. Both holistic or analytic
d. Either holistic or analytic

10. What is the first step in planning for a performance-based assessment?

a. Prepare a scoring rubric.


b. Evaluate the performance.
c. Identify performance tasks
d. Determine the purpose of assessment

11. Which of the following best describes performance assessment classroom practice?

a. Teacher Andrew based his final rating on the results of the students’ examination
b. Teacher Alex collects examination results and journal of students
c. Teacher Jonathan includes related portfolio and activities requiring process and product
d. Teacher Ronderf based his assessment on oral recitation and attendance.
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Republic of the Philippines
NORTHERN ILOILO POLYTECHNIC STATE COLLEGE
Lemery Campus, Lemery, Iloilo

12. Which of the following types of performance tasks utilizes the students (use) knowledge
and skills in completing well-defined, complex tasks?

a. Demonstration
b. Paper-pencil task
c. Role Playing
d. Unstructured Task

13. Which is NOT a measure of effective rating of performance?

a. Performance are educationally significant.


b. Characteristics of performance are indirectly significant.
c. Characteristics of performance and points of scale are clearly defined.
d. Rating procedures are appropriate for the purpose of assessment.

14. Which is a performance task for process-oriented activity?

a. Recite a poem.
b. Design a project plan.
c. Develop a website for an institution
d. Construct a nipa hut but using cogon grass.

15. The following are techniques to be used for students’ performance-based assessment,
EXCEPT

a. Anecdotal records
b. Interviews
c. Paper-and –pencil test
d. Student constructed responses

16. Which is the first step to consider in defining the performance tasks in developing a scoring
rubric?

a. Rating the rubrics


b. Formulating the description task
c. Identifying the purpose of assessment
d. Describing the dimension of performance

17. Which of the following statements describes performance-based assessment?

a. It directly measures a number of skills.


b. It is done only for physical education courses.
c. It used paper-pencil as an assessment approach
d. It requires students to create product or demonstrate a process.

18. What is the main purpose of follow-up conference with students regarding their
performance rating?

a. It clarifies the misbehavior done by the students.


b. It is an avenue for establishing rapport with the students.
c. It identifies the strengths and limitations of the students
d. It serves as a venue to change the given grades to the students.

19. Which should Teacher Patrick John consider in constructing performance tasks?

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NORTHERN ILOILO POLYTECHNIC STATE COLLEGE
Lemery Campus, Lemery, Iloilo

a. Focus on learning outcomes that require limited cognitive skills.


b. Construct multiple task directions to indicate clearly the students tasks
c. Communicate performance expectations to the class president who will relay to his
classmates
d. Provide the necessary scaffolding for students to understand the task and what is
expected.

20. Which refers to the collection of students’ products and sample works for evaluation
purposes?

a. Performance-Based
b. Portfolio
c. Structured record
d. Traditional

21. The following are possible sources of portfolios EXCEPT

a. Essays
b. Giving attention
c. Self-reflection
d. Stories

22. Which is the strength of the portfolio assessment?

a. It provides students an opportunity to show what they can do.


b. It encourages students to become reflective learners.
c. It is students-centered and directed-learning.
d. All of the above.

23. Teacher A prepared her periodical test. All her items identifications. What level of
assessment is measured?

a. Knowledge
b. Performance/Products
c. Process
d. Understanding

24. Motivation and involvement of students in learning activities are affected by the following
EXCEPT

I. Student’s attitude
II. Students’ interest
III. Respect for others
IV. Concern for others

a. I and II
b. II only
c. I, II and III
d. I, III and IV

25. Which of the following is the LEAST measured by portfolio assessment?

a. Knowledge
b. Product
c. Reasoning
d. Skill
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Associate Professor 5 Chairperson, BEED Program
Republic of the Philippines
NORTHERN ILOILO POLYTECHNIC STATE COLLEGE
Lemery Campus, Lemery, Iloilo

26. Some of the major purposes of grading and reporting are

I. To communicate the achievement status of students to parents and others


II. To provide information that students can use for self-evaluation
III. To provide incentives for students to learn
IV. To evaluate the effectiveness of instructional program

a. I and II
b. I and IV
c. I and III
d. I only

27. Which is NOT a characteristic of authentic assessment?

a. It is focused on lifelike, meaningful, relevant types of student learning


b. Offers opportunities to study problem intensively
c. Easy to complete
d. Fruitful in terms of genuine learning

28. Using rubrics to assess power point presentation of students, which criteria from the
following is most significant as it is the essence of the presentations?

a. Content value
b. Oral delivery
c. Orderly sequencing
d. Presentation design

29. In assessment for Problem-Based Learning, who are responsible in judging student
performance?

a. Teachers and Peers


b. Teachers and Students
c. Teachers and Supervisors
d. Teachers-students-supervisors

30. During the distribution of the report card, which of the following must be the foremost task
of the teacher?

a. Discuss the project of the school


b. Discuss the unsettled bill of the students
c. Discuss the progress as well as the deficiencies of the student
d. Discuss the complaints of other teachers and classmates

Test II. Making of Rubrics

Direction: Develop a rubric on the following:

1. Speech Choir
2. Costume Making
3. Slogan
4. Role Playing
5. Powerpoint Presentation
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Republic of the Philippines
NORTHERN ILOILO POLYTECHNIC STATE COLLEGE
Lemery Campus, Lemery, Iloilo

Test III. Performance-Based Assessment

Direction: Fill in the table below on the kind of performance to be administered in the
following areas below:

Subject Area Topics


English Verbs
Social Studies The Life of Rizal
Science Electric Circuit
Mathematics Shapes
Computer Parts of the Computer

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