[Prof Ed Part 1] LET Reviewer (50 items)

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Prof Ed Sample Questions

Sample 1. Among the active participation of school officials and teachers in the community, which is not appropriate due to prevailing religious sentiments?
a. Literacy assistance for out-of-school children/youths
b. Household campaign for healthful practice
c. Introducing cooperative thrift practices
d. Promoting contraceptives for planned parenthood

Sample 2. What educational philosophy should a teacher emphasize if he wants his students to develop self-responsibility and accountability?
a. utilitarianist
b. existentialist
c. essentialist
d. constructivist

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Sample 3. If higher education is concerned with outcomes, DepEd is concerned with:
a. performance test results
b. subject content results
c. standard and competencies
d. achievement test results

Sample 4. I have to check if my students were able to produce the expected output against outcomes. Which type of portfolio am I interested to see?
a. assessment portfolio
b. development portfolio
c. showcase portfolio
d. evaluation portfolio

Sample 5. Which standardized test is used to measure performance in completed subjects at various grade levels?
a. remedial test
b. achievement test
c. intelligence test
d. aptitude test

Sample 6. What enables the learner to fully contribute to a peaceful and just society based on the “Learning to do” pillar?
a. knowledge
b. insight
c. skills
d. values

Sample 7. Your students are more interested in a topic that is part of your lesson so you drop your original lesson in favor of what they like. Which philosophy governs your decision?
a. rationalism
b. existentialism
c. empiricism
d. progressivism

Sample 8. A learner must first attain this for him/herself before being able to fully “learn to live and work together”.
a. find peace within oneself
b. love his fellowmen
c. attain an altruistic mind
d. become self-actualized

Sample 9. The development of sound judgment, commitment to truth, and the strengthening of the moral fabric of society all belong to this major goal of Philippine education.
a. self-actualization
b. ethical character
c. autonomy
d. enculturation

Sample 10. A powerful European country supplied weapons to Afghanistan rebels who were fighting a war in the Middle East. Based on the principle of moral discernment, what is the most applicable based on this scenario?
a. principle of double effect
b. principle of material cooperation
c. principle of lesser evil
d. principle of formal cooperation

Sample 11. “Learning to learn” is best seen in this/these skill/s.
a. to ask and gather data
b. to process and select information
c. to listen and observe
d. to read with understanding

Sample 12. If people live together in peace and harmony by understanding one’s traditions and values, what word will describe the situation?
a. interdependence
b. accentuated risk
c. pluralism and diversity
d. contemporaries

Sample 13. Of all these programs, this is one in which any member in the community can help?
a. Mother Tongue-Based Multilingual Education Program
b. Education Service Contracting
c. E- Impact
d. Brigada-Eskwela

Sample 14. “An ounce of experience is better than a ton of theory” was one of John Dewey’s main contentions. This statement underscores the…
a. the need for theory
b. the primacy of experience
c. the need for experience
d. the primacy of theory

Sample 15. Several components make up a morally mature person. Which shows that a teacher applies more principles (e.g., the Golden Rule) when making moral judgments?
a. encourages others to share their ideas
b. develops self-esteem
c. reflects on moral choices
d. takes into account the opinions of others

Sample 16. What best describes the “pwede na” mentality vs excellence in service/work?
a. arduous preparation
b. committed work
c. resignation to mediocrity
d. striving to be the best

Sample 17. What school of thought is behind the student-centered approach in teaching which emphasizes discovery learning among students?
a. behaviorism
b. progressivism
c. essentialism
d. existentialism

Sample 18. What is the appropriate response for millennials who are more exposed to virtual reality (digital toys and tools) instead of actual reality?
a. no mobile phones in school
b. limits the use of Facebook and texting
c. PTA conference with parents
d. Align learning in the context of reality

Sample 19. With the influx of technology in the 21 first century, how can students be best re-educated on the ethical use of social media, such as Facebook and mobile texting?
a. integrate social media competencies in the curriculum
b. students monitoring of peers
c. punishment for violators
d. seminar on social media

Sample 20. What is considered the best feature of Tyler’s Rationale?
a. Planning phase
b. Evaluating the experience
c. Identifying the purpose
d. Organizing the experiences

Sample 21. In an outcome-based approach to instructions, how can competencies be best demonstrated?
a. varied outcome evidence
b. congruence between objectives
c. continuing monitoring and evaluation
d. high achievement test marks and output

Sample 22. Teacher Lea is an excellent recordist of knowledge, concepts, subject matter, and content of the curriculum. As a curricularist, she is a _____.
a. evaluator
b. implementer
c. writer
d. planner

Sample 23. Under the K to 12 Curriculum, what covers the spiral approach in the teaching of Mathematics?
a. teach Algebra, Geometry, and Trigonometry only to higher grades
b. progressively teach Math concepts from Grade 1 and continued to Grade 10
c. teach Algebra, Geometry, and Trigonometry in Grades 7, 8, and 10 respectively
d. Give autonomy to schools in choice of Math subjects

Sample 24. Arrange the steps in strategic instructional planning in chronological order:
I. check materials
II. decide expected outcomes
III. establish content
IV. outline presentation lesson
V. implement instruction
a. III, IV, II, I, and V
b. III, II, IV, I, and V
c. IV, I, II, III, and V
d. II, I, III, IV, and V

Sample 25. Teacher Maria made a list of learning activities for her lesson plan, but she did not include _____ because this is a common activity in daily lessons.
a. presentation
b. summative exam
c. project
d. buzz session

Sample 26. What mistake is committed by a teacher who lacks clear direction and sequences of activities by going from one activity to another?
a. openness to new ideas
b. set standards and rules
c. fixed point of view
d. conformance with authority

Sample 27. Which among the activities below is NOT an element for effective direct instruction?
a. ample review and explanation
b. asking a question and checking for understanding
c. proceed in quick and double steps
d. provide systematic feedback and correction

Sample 28. This is the primary goal in displaying statistical data through graphs of differing heights in a Histogram.
a. Data flow
b. Frequency distribution
c. Quantitative value
d. Symbolize figure

Sample 29. Which among the applications below is rooted in B.F. Skinner’s Theory of Operant Conditioning?
a. Computer-assisted instruction
b. Project method
c. Mastery learning
d. Process flow

Sample 30. What learning area utilizes the demonstration method as its most suitable, effective, and useful vehicle for learning?
a. Technical-vocational
b. Social Studies
c. General education
d. Values education

Sample 31. Among newspaper contents, what can Teacher D utilize to teach critical reading skills to his Grade 6 students?
a. Feature content
b. News content
c. Editorial content
d. Entertainment content

Sample 32. In her science class, how can Teacher May show the plant’s response to sunlight in an inductive manner?
a. Show different kinds of plants and their response to sunlight
b. State the cause and effect of the plant’s exposure to sunlight
c. Explain the plant’s response to sunlight
d. Explain the chemical reaction of the plant to sunlight

Sample 33. Which among the situations demonstrates an integration of the teacher’s technological, pedagogical, and content knowledge in preparing a Math lesson for Grade 4 students?
a. makes students find apps on the internet and share them with classmates.
b. makes students watch videos downloaded from YouTube and ask them to summarize the video.
c. evaluates Math apps on multiplication, matches them with their learner’s skill level demonstrates the use of apps, allows students to explore, and asks students to summarize the lesson.
d. checks math standards of Grade 4 as a basis for answering multiplications exercises on the board.

Sample 34. In classroom management, this is the immediate and effective way to address three misbehaving students.
a. Assign them a separate seat
b. Detain three after class
c. Stop classes till the three-stop misbehaving
d. Send them to the guidance room

Sample 35. What questioning technique is used by Teacher A when he asked the learners a series of questions that serves to explore, look into, and inquire?
a. repeat
b. rephrase
c. redirect
d. probe

Sample 36. Which among the following is NOT a responsibility of the Learning Resource / Audiovisual / Educational Technology Centers of a school?
a. Make available technology equipment for use of students and teachers.
b. Work with teachers in producing instructional materials.
c. Conduct training for teachers on the use of technology tools.
d. Accomplish student’s technology projects for them.

Sample 37. As a classroom manager, Teacher A required each of his students to stand and give their seatwork individually to him before the bell rings for dismissal. What component of classroom management did he establish?
a. routine
b. code
c. norm
d. rule

Sample 38. Among the activities below, which activity demonstrates collaborative learning?
a. group project concepts and application
b. student group takes drills
c. student group take a field trip
d. teacher tutorial on students’ groups

Sample 39. A bulletin board display has many colors and arrangement that catches and hold interest. What criteria is being exemplified in this situation?
a. balance
b. interactivity
c. utility
d. attractiveness

Sample 40. Teacher Rina does not have drills out of context. Instead, she gives real-world Math problems for the learners to drill on. This act of Teacher Ivy is rooted in which principle of learning?
a. Effective learning begins with the setting of expectations and learning of outcomes
b. Learning is the discovery of personal meaning and relevant ideas
c. Learning is an active process
d. Learning is a cooperative and collaborative process

Sample 41. This learning episode includes documentation that is complete, clear, and well-organized.
a. Assignment submitted before the deadline
b. Portfolio
c. Analysis of learning episodes
d. Reflections/insight

Sample 42. Teacher C asks students to break down, critically examine and investigate a concept or problem. This demonstrates what kind of learning?
a. synthesis
b. application
c. evaluation
d. analysis

Sample 43. To achieve meaningful teaching and process, it is best to link and relate the lesson to the life of the student by integrating a relevant value in the lesson. Which among the following agrees with this principle?
a. Share lesson objectives/outcomes with students.
b. Write SMART lesson objectives
c. Lesson objectives/outcomes integrated with 2 or 3 domains-cognitive, skill, and effective learning.
d. Begin with the goal/objective in mind

Sample 44. Teacher Jenny adheres to the idea that her students do not need to know the learning outcomes of her lessons. She proceeds to give activities without letting them know what they were supposed to learn for the day. What principle of learning does Teacher Jenny violate?
a. Learning is the discovery of the personal meaning of ideas.
b. Learning is an active process
c. Learning is a cooperative and collaborative process
d. Effective learning begins with setting clear expectations and learning outcomes

Sample 45. Based on DepEd’s present grading system, which assessment is/are used to grade students?
I. Formative assessment
II. Summative assessment
III. Assessment of Learning
a. I only
b. I and II
c. I and III
d. I, II, and III

Sample 46. When computing for the final grade in a learning area, K to 12 utilizes:
a. Cumulative
b. Averaging
c. Norm-referenced grading
d. Zero-based grading

Sample 47. When comparing the variability of two sets of scores, which is best?
a. range
b. variance
c. standard deviation
d. coefficient of variation

Sample 48. Which of the following is correct about the Median?
a. It is a measure of variability
b. It is the most stable measure of central tendency
c. It is 2-second quartile
d. It is significantly affected by extreme scores

Sample 49. If you are to determine if you realized your intended learning outcomes, which of the following portfolios would you require?
a. evaluation portfolio
b. development portfolio
c. showcase portfolio
d. assessment portfolio

Sample 50. When the distribution is skewed to the right, the test is said to be:
a. very difficult
b. very easy
c. average/moderately difficult
d. not too easy nor difficult

Answer key

1. D 11. C21. B31. A41. B
2. B12. C22. C32. C42. B
3. C13. D23. B33. A43. D
4. A14. B24. B34. C44. C
5. B15. C25. A35. A45. D
6. B16. C26. D36. D46. D
7. B17. B27. A37. D47. B
8. B18. D28. C38. A48. D
9. B19. A29. B39. A49. C
10. D20. C30. A40. D50. A

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Other Prof Ed Reviewers

Prof Ed ReviewerNo. of Items
Prof Ed LET Reviewer: Sample Test 250 items
Prof Ed LET Reviewer: Sample Test 350 items
Child and Adolescent Development50 items
Facilitating Learning50 items
Principles of Teaching50 items
Curriculum Development50 items
Teaching Profession50 items
Educational Technology50 items
Social Dimensions50 items
Assessment of Learning50 items

Professional Education topics

The test is approximately 150 multiple-choice questions and must be completed in 3 hours.

The Professional Education portion of LEPT/LET includes the following core topics:

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

What test takers wish they’d known

  • Watch for questions that include the words “not” or “except”, which indicate that you need to choose the answer choice that does not apply.
  • Keep an eye on the time and make sure you are able to complete the test in the 3-hour time frame.
  •  It is better to guess a question you don’t know the answer to than to leave it unanswered.