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PPSSH Domain 3: Focusing on Teaching and Learning (25 items)

Quiz by Easter Borallo

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  • Q1

    Program planning and implementation should be well SYNCHRONIZED in the school. Which of the following scenarios shows failure of coordination?


    Schedules of activities of the committees conflicted with each other.

    Members of the committees streamlined program's activities.

    Parents conveyed their non-availability in the implementation of the program.

    Committees are debating on the allocation of resources during program planning.

  • Q2

    Read-aloud program has been implemented in your school. but; results of the assessment showed no improvement among the learners. What can be done by the principal?

    1. Use root cause analysis to see the gray areas on the processes.

    2. Get more information about the program to pin down the problem.

    Statement 1 and 2 are not sufficient to answer the question and additional data is needed to answer the statement.

    Statement 2 alone is sufficient but statement 1 alone is not sufficient to answer the question .

    Both statements 1 and 2 are sufficient to answer the question.

    Statement 1 alone is sufficient but statement 2 alone is not sufficient to answer the question.

    Each statement alone is sufficient to answer the question.

  • Q3

    DepEd order no. 72 s. 2009 asserts the critical role of the differentiated instruction in increasing the school participation rate of children. Which of the following phrases describe differentiated instruction?

    1. Away to provide increase set of the different instructional activities to address increasingly diverse learning needs of students in today's classrooms.

    2. Teachers adopting their curriculum and instructional approaches so each student can learn up to his or her potential.

    Statement 1 alone is sufficient but statement 2 alone is not sufficient to answer the question.

    Both statements  1 and 2 are sufficient to answer the question.

    Statement 2 alone is sufficient but statement 1 alone is not sufficient to answer the question.

    Each statement alone is sufficient to answer the question.

    Statements 1 and 2 are not sufficient to answer the question and the additional data is needed to answer the question.

  • Q4

    In assessment, students ascend through the progressive levels of mastery of foundations-they climb scaffolding up to a place where they're ready to demonstrate mastery. Which principle of assessment below is the said premise anchored?

    Assessment should be aligned with objectives, learning standards and competencies.

    Assessment should be recognize the diversity of learners.

    Assessment results should be use by teachers to help students learn better.

    Assessment should be more like instructions.

  • Q5

    The K-12 curriculum is more than adding years to your child's schooling. How do we know we have K to 12?

    1. The inclusion of Senior High School in the basic education program.

    2. The consistency of the curriculum with international benchmarks for outcomes, content, and pedagogies.

    3. Graduates are college and work ready.

    4. Graduates are qualified for "bridging program" in state university and colleges before they can formally transfer to regular college program.

    1,2 and 4

    1, 2 and 3

    2, 3 and 4

    1,3 and 4

  • Q6

    Mr. Lomerio is a constructivist teacher. He poses questions and problems, then guides his learners to find their own answers. He uses many techniques in the teaching process. The following are examples constructivist's ways: 

    1. Let learners formulate their own questions.

    2. Banks on the learner's previous knowledge to introduce new one.

    3. Grouped students according to their IQ.

    4. Differentiated instruction is made.

    1, 2 and 4

    1, 3 and 4

    2, 3 and 4

    1, 2 and 3

  • Q7

    There are Teacher and Teaching  related factors that contribute learner's achievement gaps. These are:

    1. Uncertified and inexperienced teachers;

    2. Students' diet and nutrition at home;

    3. Insensitivity to different cultures;

    4. Poor teacher preparation

    1, 2 and 4

    1, 2 and 3

    2, 3 and 4

    1, 3 and 4

  • Q8

    Applying a range of teaching strategies to develop critical and creative thinking skills, as well as higher-order thinking skills for learners should be implemented by teachers on a regular basis. As a school principal which of these exemplify the said premise. 

    1. Mila, an elementary Science teacher, facilitates the teaching process that will enable her learners to describe the effects of a typhoon on the community.

    2. For his application, Teacher Paz lets her students be grouped into 5. She intructed her students, that since they live in a flood prone area, to think of a possible structure of a typhoon-proof house and explain the reasons behind its structure.

    3. Teacher Khaye, posted this in the board: I will read a passage for you to visualize. Close your eyes and create an image based on the text read. Accomplish the Sketch-to-Stretch template based on your interpretation of the excerpt. Do not worry about your sketches.

    4. History Teacher Marites includes concept of time, concept of number and dates, sequencing events and dates, understanding and comparing large numbers, using a timeline, logical reasoning.

    1, 2 and 4

    1, 3 and 4

    1, 2 and 4

    1, 2 and 3

  • Q9

    Supreme Pupil Government (SPG) and Supreme Student Government (SSG) are the forefront of students' rights and welfare, the models of students' excellence, grounded on good character, and deep sense of moral values. Which is NOT the objectives of SPG and SSG?

    To help develop self-confidence, critical thinking, problem-solving, decision-making, and learning among the student body and to utilize these skills towards nation building.

    To help the students ensure an enabling and supportive environment.

    To help develop a student friendly, safe and motivating learning environment.

    To help students develop passionate love for country, values and competencies that will enable them to realize their full potential and contribute meaningfully in building the nation.

  • Q10

    Which is NOT included under the Bill of Rights of a student?

    Right to an open and regular student-teacher and student-school administration dialogue.

    Right to to be academically evaluated based on equal and objective criteria.

    Right to professional competence from the teachers and school administration.

    Right to facilitate learning and constantly nurture every learner.

  • Q11

    Which is NOT included among the duties and obligations of students?

    Uphold the values of honesty and integrity 

    Support and promote the ideals, principles, thrusts and objectives of the SPG/SSG, the school and the Department of Education.

    Freely and responsibly express their concerns, views, and grievances

    Endeavor to achieve academic excellence and shall abide by the rules and regulations governing his/her academic responsibilities.

  • Q12

    Which is a function and responsibility of an SPG/SSG Officer?

    To become a proactive member of the society and to contribute in the development of his/her community.

    To abide by the SPG and SSG Constitution and By-Law.

    To ensure fair, efficient, and effective delivery of services to student body.

    To support the activities and programs of the SPG/SSG and the Department of Education as approved by the appropriate DepEd issuances.

  • Q13

    Bench is running for the position of SSG President. What qualifications must he possess in order to qualify for that position based on DO No. 47, s. 2019?

    I. Is a bona fide student

    II. Is of a good moral character

    III. Have not been subjected to any disciplinary action

    IV. Have submitted the SSG Packet to be approved by a representative of the SSG Commission on Elections.

    V. Is of good academic standing with a general average of 85 and above without any failing grade during 1st to 3rd grading period of the current school year.

    I, II, IV and V only

    I, II, III and IV only

    I, II, III, IV and V

    I, II, III and and V only

  • Q14

    The SPG/SSG COMELEC shall be the only agency that will manage the electoral process. including the campaign and accreditation of student political parties. What are the qualifications its members for SY 2021-2022?

    I. Must be non-partisan

    II. Do not have a vested interest in the election

    III. Teacher who is not handling any class advisory

    IV. Not in any way related to any of the candidates by 2nd degree of consanguinity and affinity

    I, II and IV only

    I, II, III and IV

    I, III and IV only

    I, II and III only

  • Q15

    Teacher Uno is a member of SPG COMELEC. What are his duties and responsibilities?

    I. Accept or revoke candidacy

    II. Proclaim the new set of officers

    III. Keep all pertinent election papers/documents

    IV. Conduct fair, honest and systematic elections

    V. Validate the electoral proceedings and results

    VI. Adhere to the standard SPG/SSG Election Code

    VII. Decide on protests relative to the conduct and results of elections

    VII. Disqualify candidates who have violated any of the guidelines, which have been promulgated

    IX. Prepare and distribute the necessary election paraphernalia before, during and after the election

    I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII, and IX only

    I, II, III, IV, VI, VII, VIII and IX only

    I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VIII and IX only

    I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII and IX 


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