Professional Education 001 LET Reviewer

Educational Technology (Professional Education) LET Reviewer 2019. This review material for 2019 Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET) covers various topics in Educational Technology and Teaching Methodology such as teaching aids, instructional principles, and visual organizers. Try answering these questions and do further research to verify whether your answers are correct. You may also submit your answers to for further feedback.

  1. Is it advisable to use realia all the time?
    • No, only when feasible.
    • No, for the sake of variety of materials.
    • Yes, because there is no substitute for realia.
    • Yes, because it is the real thing.
  2. Students work in the workplace under the guidance of mentors or tutors who take responsibility for the professional development of the students.
    • Laboratory Technique
    • Apprenticeship
    • Field Study
    • Action Research
  3. It is a personalized style of carrying out the particular step of a given method is:
    • Strategy
    • Approach
    • Technique
    • Device
  4. Teacher Bless perceives the new student as a genius learner because the new student is wearing highly graded eyeglasses. This error in perception is commonly known as:
    • Ripple Effect
    • Pygmalion Effect
    • Halo Effect
    • With-it-ness
  5. An example of this influence technique is when a teacher clears his throat to imply disapproval towards a students’ behavior. This technique is commonly known as:
    • Signal Interference
    • Interest Boosting
    • Direct Appeal
    • Proximity Control
  6. If I want my students to easily memorize certain concept, then I would use:
    • Questions
    • Games
    • Mnemonics
    • Simulations
  7. The teacher can tell that the assignment is effective by looking at:
    • Quantity and quality of the reference materials used
    • Amount of effort exerted to prepare the assignment
    • Extent to which the immediate interests of the learners are considered.
    • Results of the independent work of pupils
  8. To maintain orderly transition between activities, teachers should:
    • Make students socialize between activities
    • Assign fewer time per activity
    • Make the materials readily available
    • Wait for those who are slow
  9. If the teacher wants his students to compare and contrast, then he should use:
    • Venn Diagram
    • Graphic Organizers
    • Story Frame
    • Learning Log
  10. Which of the following shows a well-managed class?
    • Students pursue their tasks without inhibition.
    • There’s blind obedience among students.
    • The learners are controlled by the teacher.
    • The learners are eager to reach objectives.
  11. To show how blood circulates in the heart, which of the following devices will be the best choice?
    • Model
    • Replica
    • Mock-up
    • Realia
  12. If a teacher would like his students to use higher order thinking skills, then he should use what type of questions?
    • Fact
    • Convergent
    • Close
    • Divergent
  13. The best device in the classroom is:
    • Blackboard
    • Realia
    • Chart
    • Teacher
  14. From the start to the end, lesson plan should have:
    • Completeness
    • Symmetry
    • Conciseness
    • Coherence
  15. The primary concern when choosing instructional aid should be:
    • Made skillfully
    • Maintains students attention
    • Mirrors Filipino life
    • Must be suited to the lesson objective
  16. A type of learning that focuses on the assimilation of attitudes, values and emotional reaction is:
    • Cognitive
    • Psychomotor
    • Affective
    • Holistic
  17. The following are true about teacher as facilitator of learning EXCEPT:
    • Teacher does more talk and so learners talk less.
    • Teacher caters to multiple intelligences.
    • Teacher makes use of interactive strategies.
    • Teacher does less talk, learners talk more.
  18. Teacher Alejandro would like to focus the lesson on the definition of ‘dicotyledon.’ His lesson therefore is focusing on:
    • Affective Skills
    • Psychomotor Skills
    • Cognitive Skills
    • Holistic Skills
  19. Teacher Lea has been lecturing for more than an hour, and she notices that students are not anymore able to absorb additional information. This phenomenon is known as:
    • Plateau of Learning
    • Procrastination
    • Stagnation
    • Boredom
  20. Teacher Marissa would like to employ operant conditioning on her students to increase the probabilities of greater participation during discussion. It is highly possible that Teacher Marissa will:
    • Put more emphasis on sharing and consistently guide them to new ideas
    • Allow them to think about thinking.
    • Give a star token to those who will participate
    • Let them exercise metacognitive approaches to better understand the topic
  21. An approach to studying and reading to improve comprehension and retention:
    • Spiral Sequencing
    • SQ3R
    • Contextual Clues
    • Six Thinking Hats
  22. Teacher Edward asked the students to form a pair. It is also known as:
    • Triad
    • Small Group Discussion
    • Dyad
    • Sharing
  23. In this approach, parents take full responsibility for the education of their children by preparing and presenting lessons at home.
    • Tutorial
    • Correspondence Schooling
    • Homeschooling
    • Cyber University
  24. In choosing the appropriate method, the primary consideration should be:
    • Objectives
    • Nature of the Subject Matter
    • Nature of the Students
    • Skills of the Teacher
  25. It is an instructional tool used to illustrate to a student or class prior knowledge about the topic or section of text.
    • Graphic Organizer
    • Educational Technology
    • Lesson Plan
    • Teacher
  26. The teacher knows what is going on in the classroom at all times. Seemingly, the teacher has eyes in the back of his/her head.
    • With-it-ness
    • Classroom Management
    • Pygmalion Effect
    • Facilitation
  27. When the teacher makes his students feel that he knows what he is talking about, he is showing:
    • Referent Power
    • Expert Power
    • Legitimate Power
    • Philosophical Power
  28. From the start to the end, lesson plan should have:
    • Completeness
    • Symmetry
    • Conciseness
    • Coherence
  29. This activity is appropriate with the intrapersonal intelligent pupils.
    • Project Method
    • Independent Study
    • Individualized Instruction
    • Abstract Test
  30. During problem solving method, the teacher’s primary role is:
    • Director
    • Lecturer
    • Clarifier
    • Judge