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LET Reviewer: Values Education Part 2


Values Education Part 2
1. What is best for frustrated teacher to do evaluate his beliefs and values?
a. Self-disclosure
b. Affirmation
c. Introspection
d. Feedback

2. Which of the following is an indication of a moral person? She/he ________:
a. Is killed to act on his /her own decisions
b. Is gifted with emotion to judge which is good and bad
c. Sticks to his personal conviction without listening to other
d. Is endowed with the faculty to choose to be good and to love

3. A boy is an attention seeker and always does what pleases his parents. What level of morality?
a. Pre-conventional
b. Universal ethical
c. Conventional
d. Post conventional

4. To facilitate testing and measurement which provide data for evaluation , objectives in values development are translated into behaviors that are:
a. Cognitive and behavioral
b. Reliable and time bound
c. Measurable, observable or describable
d. Specific, measurable and attainable

5. The ‘Politics of Service “ and the Moral Recovery Program core values are congruent because:
a. They manifest processes of democratization and decentralization
b. They affirm the commitment in the Philippine society
c. They are designed to draw personal transformation and renewal
d. The reinforce the response and contribution of outstanding leaders

6. “Maka-Diyos, Maka-Bayan, Maka-Tao are the four pillars of:
a. The politics service
b. The principle of subsidiary
c. The Kabisig Peoples’ Movement
d. Public service as a public trust

7. The feudal structure of the Filipino social environment where there are great gaps between the rich and the poor majority develops:
a. Feeling of inferiority
b. Low tolerance
c. Strong family orientation
d. Passivity and dependence

8. The DepEd Values Education framework is called:
a. Prescriptive and can be imposed
b. The subject of education, to learn and be taught
c. The object of education, the center of the curriculum
d. Grounded on the rational understanding of the Filipino

9. One of the following does not belong to the spiritual faculties of man:
a. Conscience
b. Will
c. Intellect
d. Passion

10. Which of the following is/are considered the effective child-rearing practice/s?
I. Totally accept the child for what she/he is
II. Depend strongly the child’s conviction
III. Reinforce good behavior by reward
IV. Spend time with the child
a. I and IV
b. IV only
c. I only
d. I, II, and III

11. Which of the following value integration approaches is done when the teachers is asked to add an any activity to the lessons plan that a particular value is touched?
a. Unnatural integration
b. Natural integration
c. Vertical integration
d. Eclectic integration

12. Which of the following situation could the true essence of nationalism be reinforced among the learners using the inculcation approach?
a. Mobilizing the learners to join rallies of national concerns
b. Promoting the use of locally made products to help the Philippine economy.
c. Providing moral dilemma situation on the issue of going abroad as the OFW’s
d. Telling the students to speak in Filipino at all times regardless of the situation

13. Which of the following is violated by entertainment programs as a vehicle for moral recovery?
a. Design films that have social relevance
b. Making films that upholds social values
c. Producing films that exhibit human exploitation
d. Encouraging the educated and trained to be involved in movie industry

14. What is amplified by this statement; “Bill Gates, one of the richest men in the world, had made a great contribution by introducing the computer in all business, industries an schools”?
a. Non material change
b. Technological change
c. Social change
d. Cultural change

15. Values formation begins with reality though the external sense, these images of reality are personal through ________.
a. Careful planning for the training of the child
b. Education of the child through his/her environment
c. Recognition of the weakness and strengths of the child
d. The knowing faculties of internal senses and intellect of the child

16. Which of the following signify human nature according to theory of Hobbes? Human being are:
a. Composed of body and soul
b. Physical objects
c. Moral agent
d. Vegetative

17. Which virtue aids one to face life’s difficulties and trials?
a. Justice
b. Prudence
c. Temperance
d. Fortitude

18. One way to raise one’s level of cognitive consciousness or awareness is to begin thinking with:
a. Teaching as a process
b. “if-then” logical paradigm
c. Dynamic interaction
d. The “Pros-Cons” technique

19. The cognitive aspect of the valuing process wherein the individual has a full understanding of the consequences of each option being considered is:
a. Prizing and cherishing
b. Choosing freely
c. Choosing from alternatives
d. Choosing reflective

20. The main reason for pursuing all other value is:
a. That man’s personhood is transcendent
b. The inner worth of the human person
c. The each person is endowed with faculty of free choice
d. That each individual capable of rising above the materials.

21. Values have a social function when:
a. They become the vehicle for the transmission of learning
b. Commonly held values unite families, tribe, societies and nation
c. The process is not just cognitive but involves all the faculties of the learner
d. They have a direct and immediate relevance to the personal life of the learner

22. The Affective Cognitive Experiences for Self Direction Methodology:
a. Defend on the learner’s creativity
b. Constitute the content of values education
c. Increase the teachers wealth of experiences
d. Make use of the experiential and the confluent learning approaches

23. At the core of the valuing process is an ongoing process of using one’s Innate capacities and potentials in full, creative and joyful ways called:
a. Self direction
b. Introspection
c. Self actualization
d. Symbolic self completion

24. The supreme and overarching value that characterizes education on the basis of the foregoing philosophy of the human person is:
a. Human personality
b. Human dignity
c. Human conscience
d. Human body

25. Which of the following is/are condition/s to economic efficiency?
I. Deep sense of work ethics
II. The use of capital for family enterprises
III. Accelerated productivity through job efficiency
IV. Self-reliance and discipline economy
a. I, III and IV
b. II and IV
c. II, III and IV
d. I and II


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