This is the Multiple Choice Questions in Professional Education part 1 as one coverage of Licensure Examinations for Teachers (LET). The exam is divided into two classifications. First is the elementary level exam which covers topics from General Education (GenEd) 40% and Professional Education (ProfEd) 60%. Secondly is the secondary level which covers GenEd 20%, ProfEd 40% and area of specialization 40%. I assume you are looking for a reviewer that will help you achieve your goal to become a professional License teacher very soon. Yes, you are in the right place to make your dream come true. Make sure to familiarize each and every questions to increase the chance of passing the Licensure Examinations for Teachers (LET).

PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION (Elementary and Secondary) Coverage

  • Teaching Profession, Social Dimensions of Education
  • Principles of Teaching, Educational Technology, Curriculum Development
  • Facilitating Learning, Child and Adolescent Development
  • Assessment of Student Learning, Developmental Reading
  • Field Study, Practice Teaching

Practice Exam Test Questions

Choose the letter of the best answer in each questions.

1. What philosophical belief describes the Schools should develop political literacy among students so they can use to improve quality of life?

A. Perennialism

B. Progressivism

C. Existentialism

D. Essentialism


Option A

2. What kind of knowledge process is involved when Teacher JC asked his students to reflect on themselves as self-learning?

A. Deduction

B. Observation

C. Metacogniton

D. Induction


Option C

3. After the 1987 Constitution, what is the first legal basis that makes teaching a profession and considers teachers as professionals?

A. R.A 7640

B. R.A 7836

C. P.D 1006

D. Code of Ethics for Professional Teachers


Option B

4. Why is the teacher’s authority important in managing the classroom?

A. To motivate the students to internalize self-discipline

B. To sow fear of the teachers to make students focus on classroom learning

C. To make the students obey all the orders of the teachers

D. To coerce the students to behave properly


Option A

5. The Professional role of Teachers is not “the sage on the stage” but “the guide from the side”. This implies that the __________________________.

A. teachers must act more as facilitators of learning

B. teachers must cling to their power to improve roles

C. teachers assess on their roles as lecturer

D. teachers must project as “Almighty-omniscient” image


Option A

6. Which is NOT an evidence of pedagogical of a teacher?

A. Communication of the course objectives to the students

B. Adhering to the Code of Ethics for Professional Teachers

C. Awareness of alternative instructional strategies

D. Selection of appropriate methods of instructions


Option B

7. Setting of learning objectives adopts certain characteristics under the acronym of SMART. Identify the kind of objectives set by SMART teachers. The A in SMART is _______________.

A. Active

B. Achievement

C. Attainable

D. Advisable


Option C

8. SMART. Identify the kind of objective set by SMART teachers: The T in SMART is __________.

A. True

B. Traditional

C. Time-bound

D. Tabulated by objectives


Option C

9. Teacher Mac recognizes the fact that learners have strong sensual feelings, and so she explores the learner’s ________________.

A. Pleasure Values

B. Values of the Holy

C. Spiritual Values

D. Vital Values


Option A

10. The highest level in the life of professional teacher as given in the PPST is _____.

A. Model

B. Distinguished

C. Most Proficient

D. Highly Proficient


Option B

11. Which is/are TRUE of a professional?

A. Completed college/university degree

B. Required of NC IV from TESDA

C. Demonstrate solely ethical competence

D. Abides by his personal Code of Ethics


Option A

12. What principle was not being applied when teacher Rita made no introductory orientation of lessons in the curriculum agenda?

A. Giving a pre-test and post-test for lessons

B. Preparing students to be quiet

C. Preparing instructional tools

D. Connecting present to previous lessons


Option D

13. Which of the following topics are appropriate for inviting a barangay chairman to share ideas with students and teachers in a school?

A. Tips on health and nutritional care

B. Organizing a school sports tournament

C. Managing the basic needs of a community

D. Climate change and its responsibilities


Option C

14. The philosopher said “Man is an unfinished project.” What does this means?

A. Every human person is on the process of becoming a better person

B. Every person is expected to spend enormous reason for his/her progress.

C. Every person should work on the improvement of someone else.

D. Every person’s life has an end.


Option A

15. Teacher Ara relates lesson to experiences and social environment of her learners. What principle of learning is achieved by Teacher Ara?

A. Learning begins with clear expectations.

B. Learning is a discovery of personal meaning.

C. Learning is a cooperative process.

D. Learning is an active process.


Option B

16. Teacher Sony makes effort for students to discover personal values applicable for life in her lessons. What domain of learning is served in this instance?

A. Skills learning

B. Cognitive learning

C. Metacognitive learning

D. Affective learning


Option D

17. Teacher Liza is ________ as she avoids out-of-context facts recall, but introduces situations for learners to think-feel and do, such as making picture folders, team-building on projects, etc.

A. Progressivist

B. Naturalist

C. Constructivist

D. Posivist


Option A

18. In her Arithmetic class, teacher Bambie makes her students use numbers for various real-life tasks like buying things in the store, comparing distances of planets, budgeting a party, etc. What is this teaching-learning practice?

A. Reconstructive

B. Inter-disciplinary

C. Collaborative

D. Constructive


Option B

19. Mrs. Hernandez is evaluating a website for her Literature class. She is making sure that factual pieces of information found on the site are well documented and pictures and diagrams are properly labeled. She is also checking that there are no misspelled words or grammar errors. Which criterion is she focusing on?

A. Accuracy

B. Appropriateness

C. Clarity

D. Motivation


Option A

20. If you want to determine if the education student truly value teaching profession, which of the following queries should you ask?

A. Is the teaching profession a noble profession?

B. Are you happy on your choice?

C. Will you convince others to enroll in the teacher education course?

D. What good do you get if you become a teacher?


Option A

21. Why is empirical science inductive?

A. It starts from observable evidences building p to a universal explanation or theory.

B. It is drawn from universal laws of the mind

C. It combines universal laws and principles

D. It starts from universal principles to concrete facts or knowledge


Option A

22. From Bloom’s taxonomy of cognitive processing, at what level is teacher Sha’s asking her students to formulate their personal philosophy of education?

A. Creating

B. Evaluating

C. Analyzing

D. Assessing


Option A

23. For those who successfully pass the Licensure Examination for teachers the ____signed by the chairman of the RC serve as evidence for lawful practice profession

A. Professional License

B. Professional oath Copy

C. Merit examination certificate

D. Professional registration fee receipt


Option A

24. What type of education is giving emphasis on learning by doing, experiential learning, etc.?

A. Ancient education

B. Alternative education

C. Traditional education

D. Progressive education


Option D

25. A Grade 7 Social Studies teacher gave a project where her class in Manila will work together with other Grade 7 classes in their school campuses in Visayas and Mindanao. They will create posters and a video clip to communicate a message about peace. They will use social media to spread their peace campaign. This project involves technology integration which is ______________.

A. adaptation-collaborative

B. entry-active

C. adoption-constructive

D. transformation-constructive


Option D

26. Why is CPD necessary for professional teachers?
I. To continuously improve their professional and personal competence
II. To be at par with other professionals
III. To abide by the CPD Act of 2016

A. I, II and III

B. II and III

C. I and III

D. III only


Option A

27. Miss Ramirez is evaluating an early literacy app for her class. She is making sure that the app is uncluttered in appearance, is arranged in some order of difficulty, and that icons represent what they were intended to represent. Which criterion is she focusing on?

A. Organization

B. Accuracy

C. Motivation

D. Appropriateness


Option A

28. On which theory is the logical sequencing of curriculum based?

A. Progressivism

B. Perennialism

C. Essentialism

D. Reconstructionism


Option C

29. Miss Navarro is evaluating an app for her Grade 8 Science class. She is finding out whether the app taps the skills found in the Grade 8 standards to ensure that this app will be helpful in meeting her objectives. She wants to make sure it is not too easy nor too difficult for her students. Which criterion is she focusing on?

A. Appropriateness

B. Organization

C. Accuracy

D. Currency


Option A

30. How students learn may be more important than what they learn. From this principle, which of the following is particularly important?

A. Knowing how to solve a problem

B. Determining the givens

C. Solving a problem within time allotted

D. Getting the right answer to a word problem


Option A

31. One philosopher considers education as the acquisition of the art of the utilization of knowledge. This implies that __________________.

A. a learner’s interest in art is comfortable

B. a learner’s acquisition of information is not important

C. a learner’s application of what she has learned is necessary

D. a learner’s acquisition of information is sufficient


Option C

32. With Republic Act 7836 the licensure examination for teachers is with_______.

A. Department of Education, Culture and Arts

B. Professional Regulation Commission

C. Commission on Higher Education

D. Civil Service Examination


Option B

33. Is it professional for a teacher to receive gifts from students and parents?

A. Not at all

B. No especially if done in exchange for requested concessions

C. Yes, if deserved

D. Yes, in-season and out-season gifts


Option B

34. From broad vantage view of human development, who has the primary duty to educate the youths or children?

A. Teachers

B. Parent

C. The state

D. The schools


Option B

35. Buber’s “social principle” refers to all of the following EXCEPT:

A. treating, using the other as a means to an end

B. intersubjective, interpersonal, “we” relation

C. a life dialogue of the members of society

D. responding to other’s need as a means to an end


Option A

36. To advance a common mission, every school should provide a vision supported by _____________.

A. cultural identity

B. achieved prestige

C. core values

D. institution’s history


Option C

37. You are required to formulate your own philosophy of education in the course, The Teaching Profession. Based on Bloom’s revised taxonomy, in which level of cognitive processing are you?

A. Applying

B. Creating

C. Analyzing

D. Evaluating


Option B

38. For brainstorming to be effective, which should be OUT?

A. Openness to ideas

B. Teacher’s judgmental attitude

C. Making use of other’s ideas shared

D. Non-threatening atmosphere


Option B

39. Among thinking skills, Tolerance means ability _____________.

A. to maintain distinctions among structures

B. to integrate complex information

C. to place information into categories

D. to deal with the unclear information without frustration


Option D

40. What is the core of the classroom setting in every school?

A. Instruction

B. Syllabus

C. Curriculum

D. Research


Option C

41. Which is an example of social and cross-cultural skills?

A. Obtaining information using digital technologies

B. Using problem solving techniques in influencing and guiding others towards a goal

C. knowing when it is appropriate to listen and to speak when interacting with others

D. All of them


Option C

42. Among the major schools of learning theories, which see learning in terms of changing what we do?

A. Behavioral theories

B. Cognitive theories

C. Field and Gestalt theories

D. Social theories


Option A

43. The following are non-verbal praises that can accentuate the positive in class for effective classroom management EXCEPT one:

A. shaking head

B. winking

C. thumbs-up signal

D. raising of eyebrows


Option A

44. In a curriculum development class, the teacher asked the students to give an enriched definition of the curriculum. Which among the following encompasses the true essence of the term?

A. Curriculum is the sum total of all learning experiences in the teaching-learning process.

B. Curriculum is a list of subjects to take to complete a course.

C. Curriculum is a list of courses in order to graduate.

D. Curriculum is a never ending process in education.


Option A

45. What applies to meta-cognitive thinking skills in learning?

A. Problem-solving

B. Monitoring own comprehension

C. Emphasis on independent learning

D. Factual and concrete thinking


Option B

46. Which of the following construct is NOT at the level of Critical Thinking?

A. grouping and classifying

B. preferring and evaluating

C. associating and grasping principles

D. guessing and believing


Option D

47. What comprise computer competency?

A. Spending days and nights on computer games and downloading internet materials

B. Use of the computer for particular use, e.g. emailing

C. General knowledge and experience in using computers

D. Knowledge of the use and how to program computers, e.g. blogging


Option D

48. Teacher Joanna used photographs to depict social problems such as war, pollution and poverty. What is the principal benefit for the use of this instructional aid?

A. Expand interest

B. Provide experience of the problem

C. Emotional impact

D. Encourage participation


Option C

49. Among critical thinking skills is _____________.

A. opinionating

B. guessing

C. believing

D. estimating


Option A

50. Which of the following processes usually comes first in developing curriculum?

A. Identifying learning goals and objectives

B. Selection of educational content

C. Evaluating educational experiences

D. Organization of learning experiences


Option A