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. In the following distribution: 1,3,3,3,5; we can say that:

A. the mean is greater than the median

B. the median is greater than the mode

C. the mode is greater than the mode

D. the median, median and the mode have the same value


Option D

2. The distribution given in no.39 is:

A. skewed to the left

B. skewed to the right

C. normal

D. leptokurtic


Option D

3. Which of the following is an important duty of a teacher?

A. evaluating pupil‘s progress

B. soliciting contributions

C. safekeeping of the properties of the school

D. going on a vacation


Option A

4. Which of the following is not to be considered in preparing items for objectives tests?

A. make each test items comprehensible

B. group items belonging to the same type together

C. provide specific directions on how the test is to be taken

D. very difficult test items


Option D

5. To promote better student learning, which of these should be practical in testing?

A. check the papers long after the test has been given

B. check and return corrected papers to the student as soon as possible to appraise them of their performances

C. pile test papers in the stockroom

D. use to get even with the students


Option B

6. In scoring essay test, which of the following is not a good practice?

A. decide what qualities are to be considered in scoring the answer

B. write comments and correct errors on the answers

C. rearrange the papers after checking one questions before starting to check the next

D. accept all answers written by the tester


Option D

7. Which type of objective test is best or evaluating mastery of facts and information?

A. multiple-choice

B. completing type

C. true-false

D. essay


Option B

8. In making test items of objective type, which o the following should be observed?

A. no clues to the correct response should be given intentionally

B. each test item should be related to the item

C. the vocabulary level of the test should present some form of difficulty

D. test items should include also the irrelevant part of the lesson


Option A

9. Which of the following is not a good characteristic of an evaluative technique?

A. has clear goals

B. utilizes various forms of testing

C. consider the nature of the learners

D. has ambiguous presentation


Option D

10. Which of the following is not an objective type of teacher-made test?

A. matching type

B. completion type

C. multiple-response

D. essay test


Option D

11. Which of the following is not criterion in determining the effectiveness of a test?

A. validity

B. reliability

C. cost of test

D. items based on factor analysis


Option D

12. Which of the following is not a purpose of evaluation?

A. provide educational guidance

B. appraise the total school program

C. provide for the individual differences

D. none of these


Option D

13. When the aim is to determine where the strengths and weaknesses of the students lie before teaching of a new lesson is done, what test is given?

A. unit

B. diagnostic

C. achievement

D. summative


Option B

14. I teach in a traditional school that subscribes to a perennialist and essentialist philosophy of education. Which is most likely the curricular approach implemented?

A. Activity-centered

B. Subject-centered

C. Student-centered

D. Hidden


Option B

15. My class is not a very good one. The students find it hard to draw generalizations. Which approach to lesson planning may be most efficient and effective?

A. Inductive

B. Intuitive

C. Reflective

D. Deductive


Option D

16. Teacher Nene‘s lesson plan is dominated by highly-instructive lesson consisting of pupils watching demonstration, taking down notes and rote learning. What approach to lesson planning does Teacher Nene use?

A. Intuitive

B. Behavioral

C. Cognitive

D. Inductive


Option B

17. How will I develop my lesson plan if I want to develop my students‘ skill to draw generalizations?

A. Reflectively

B. Intuitively

C. Deductively

D. Inductively


Option D

18. I want my pupils to find the rule in adding similar fractions after I have given them sufficient examples of similar fractions with their sums. Which method should I use in my plan?

A. Discovery method

B. Deductive method

C. Reflective method

D. Expository method


Option A

19. If I want to teach my students how to play chess, which method of lesson development is most appropriate?

A. Direct method

B. Inquiry method

C. Discovery method

D. Inductive method


Option A

20. The education supervisor from the Department of Education explains to the student teachers that the content in Science must be used in the teaching of language skills in English in Grade. Which approach does the supervisor promote?

A. Deductive

B. Integrative

C. Experiential

D. Inductive


Option B

21. Which is expected if a teacher develops her lesson in an experiential manner?

A. She begins her lesson with pupils‘ experiences and ends by connecting subject matter to their life experiences.

B. The teacher narrates her experiences and ask questions to challenge the students think

C. Students are made to learn from vicarious experiences through the use of success stories

D. Students are taught that experience is the best teacher


Option A

22. Every time I plan the lesson on the human digestive system in Biology I relate it to the disease associated with the human digestive system which are discussed in a later chapter of the course syllabus in biology. Which approach do I use?

A. Interactive

B. Multidisciplinary

C. Interdisciplinary

D. Collaborative


Option C

23. With collaborative effort as point of reference in lesson planning, which one does NOT belong to the group?

A. Computer-assisted instruction

B. Peer tutoring

C. Team teaching

D. Project method


Option A

24. Which one should I do if I want to apply the integrative approach in my lesson development?

I. Design activities that cater to multiple intelligences

II. Relate lesson to other lessons in other subjects

III. Teach lessons in the cognitive, psychomotor, and affective domains

A. I and II

B. I, ll and lll

C. I and lll

D. Il and lll


Option B

25. The topic is environmental degradation. Teacher tackles it from the perspective of an ecologist, economist, medical doctor, educator and sociologist. For his lesson plan, which method will be most appropriate?

A. Brainstorming

B. Panel discussion

C. Debate

D. Focus group discussion


Option B

26. In a lesson which intends to generate as many ideas as there are, which technique ought to be used?

A. Values Clarification

B. Brainwashing

C. Brainstorming

D. Inquiry


Option C

27. Teacher Jing wants to develop team work, group and individual accountability for learning among her students. Which teaching technique is a major part of her lesson plan?

A. Cooperative learning

B. Small group discussion

C. Team building

D. Group dynamics


Option A

28. If you abide by Bruner‘s three-tiered model learning, which will you begin a lesson on the definition fraction?

A. A. Show a cake divided into two

B. Write a fraction, e.g. ¾ on the board

C. Project the definition on the screen

D. Ask your students to give examples of fraction


Option A

29. Applying the principle, "the more senses that are involved, the more effective the learning becomes" which instructional technology should be preferred?

A. Workbooks

B. Field trips

C. Video Presentation

D. Dramatization


Option B

30. I want to help chemistry students develop and practice research skills by using a laboratory similar to that of a real laboratory before the students use the riskier, more expensive real equipment. What methodology shall I use?

A. simulation

B. apprentice-like activity

C. laboratory

D. process approach


Option A

31. Feedback is necessary for effective teaching. Which educational technology supports person-to-person feedback?

A. Electronic mail

B. Electorate

C. World-wide web

D. Computer-assisted instruction


Option A

32. If you apply Edgar‘s Dale‘s Cone of Experience in teaching, which would you do?

A. Connect the concrete and the abstract

B. Use one audio-visual aid at time

C. Do away with interactive teaching

D. Avoid the use of the chalkboard since it has been overused


Option A

33. If you apply the principle ―less is more‖ in the use of the chalkboard for teachinglearning, which should you do?

A. Limit your writing/diagrams on the chalkboard to the most important details

B. Write every word on the chalkboard to ensure clarity and completeness of ideas

C. Use the board only for diagrams

D. Avoid using the chalkboard all the time even when there is no other material available.


Option A

34. Which instructional method is aligned to this lesson objective: ―Given a tabular data on weights and heights of school athletes, the students will be able to draw conclusions regarding correlation of weights and heights of the athletes.

A. Inductive method

B. Intuitive method

C. Deductive method

D. Meta-cognitive method


Option A

35. If I want students to connect educational theory and practice, which learning experiences will be most appropriate?

A. School immersion

B. Role playing

C. Simulation

D. Microteaching


Option C

36. Which activity is most fit if Teacher Flora wants to develop in her students understanding and compassion for the aged and children with special needs?

A. Immersion in communities of the aged and children with special needs

B. Watching a movie on the aged and children with special needs

C. Conducting research on the aged and children with special needs

D. Composing poems about the aged and children with special needs


Option A

37. I want my students to take a personal stand on the Reproductive Bill and defend the same. Which assessment item/activity matches my objective?

A. Are you for or against the Reproductive Bill? Why or why not?

B. Research on reasons given by those who are pro Reproductive Bill and by those who are anti.

C. Why are a number of leaders in favor for the Reproductive Bill?

D. Why is the Catholic Church against the Reproductive Bill?


Option A

38. Give a summary of the chapter by means of a graphic organizer, jingle, dance, song, or poem or in any manner of your choice.‖ Which objective is this assessment activity meant to measure?

A. The students must be able to give a chapter summary by considering multiple intelligences of the students

B. The students must be able to display their talents as they give a chapter summary.

C. The students show their multiple intelligences by giving a chapter summary.

D. The students must develop their multiple intelligences by giving a chapter summary.


Option B

39. Here is a Unit objective: “To develop an appreciation for all the sacrifices that our heroes made for our freedom as a nation.” What activities will be most appropriate?

I. Dramatization of selected nationalistic episodes from the life of our Filipino heroes

II. Debate on who should have been declared as national hero- Rizal or Bonifacio

III. Writing a thank you letter to at least two Filipino heroes in appreciation of the sacrifice they have made

A. I and III

B. III only

C. I only

D. II only


Option A

40. A school wants to develop the learners‘ metacognitive skills. Which practice is inconsistent with the school‘s goal?

A. Rote teaching and learning

B. Emphasis on HOTS

C. Constructivist instruction

D. Authentic assessment


Option A

41. Schools want to develop students to become lifelong learners. Which is LEAST helpful in the attainment of this goal?

A. Stress on factual learning

B. Mastery of the 4 r‘s

C. Use of authentic assessment

D. Teaching learners the skills to learn


Option A

42. Schools want to develop children to become critical thinkers. Which one can be of help?

A. Emphasis on HOTS

B. Application of Paolo Freire‘s banking system‖ of education

C. Use of convergent questions

D. Authorization classroom setting


Option A

43. If schools want to equip children with the basic skills, what should teachers do?

A. Make pupils master reading, writing and arithmetic

B. Develop pupils ―multiple intelligences

C. Teach them to ask the right question

D. Teach them livelihood skills


Option A

44. Is the learner a resource in the classroom?

A. Yes, she/he is a very important resource

B. No, he is still very inexperienced

C. No, only he teacher who is trained to teach can serve as resource

D. Yes, provided she/he is a high performing pupil


Option A

45. To enhance metacognitive reading skills, what should I make my students do?

I. Reflect on what they have read

II. Write their reflections

III. Make them answer comprehension questions on what was read

A. I and ll

B. Ill only

C. I, ll and lll

D. Il only


Option A

46. Which question can help develop students‘ creative thinking skills after reading the story of The Monkey and the Turtle?

A. Why did the Turtle treat the Monkey that way?

B. Who is wiser – the Monkey or the Turtle? Why?

C. If you were to re-write the story, how would you end it?

D. Did you find the story interesting? Explain your answer.


Option C

47. Is outlining an essay read in the level of creative and metacognitive reading?

A. No (cognitive only)

B. Yes

C. Yes, if a student is asked to go beyond a skeletal

D. No, if a student is asked just an ordinary outline


Option A

48. Which word is contrary to a creative classroom atmosphere?

A. Perspective (strong opinion, judgment, biases)

B. Non-judgmental

C. Open

D. Liberal


Option A

49. Have factual skills something to do with metacognitive skills?

A. Yes, the prerequisite knowledge must have been mastered so a student can engage in higher metacognitive process.

B. No, the prerequisite knowledge is disconnected to metacognitive processes

C. Yes, if the subject matter is extremely difficult

D. No, if the subject matter is quite easy


Option A

50. If you apply the cognitive theories of learning with which do you agree?

A. Learning is an active process of organizing and integrating information

B. Learning is strengthening the connection between stimulus and response.

C. Learning involves a mind that is totally blank.

D. Learning is automatically responding to a stimulus.


Option A