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Tagaytay 8

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  • Q1

    RA 10871 mandates DEPED to provide training for BASIC LIFE SUPPORT (BLS). It refers to a set of emergency procedures which includes the following EXCEPT:

    I. consists of recognizing respiratory cardiac arrest

    II. proper application of Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) with or without Automatic External Defibrillation (AED), Foreign Body Airway Obstruction Management (FMOM)

    III.  Rescue Breathing (RB)

    IV. Emergency medical treatment for allergies and minor injuries

    III

    II

    I

    IV

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  • Q2

    Based on the data from Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) and Deped BEIS, 90,000 learners with disabilities (LWDs) are not in schools.

    Deped initiated the program of converting existing SPED centers to ILRCs. What does ILRC mean?

    Inclusive Learning Resource Center

    Inclusive Learners Resource  Center

    Individual Learning Resource Center

    Individual Learning Resource Center

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  • Q3

    Refers to all types of learners who are considered marginalized and disadvantaged and/or in difficult circumstances that need to be addressed through appropriate and relevant basic education programs and services. These learners include, among others, learners with disabilities; out-of-school children, youth and adults; indigenous peoples; Muslim learners; children in situations of armed conflict; street children; and children in conflict with the law

    Children in Conflict with the Law

    Children at Risk

    Learners with Disabilities

    Disadvantaged Learners

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  • Q4

    Refers to a set of educational programs and/or services designed to address the needs of learners with disabilities through educational plans and instruments which will bring them to the highest level of their potential and capacity

    Special Education (SPED)

    Indigenous Peoples Education (IPeD)

    Alternative Learning System (ALS)

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  • Q5

    Minimum number of support areas to be put up when a SPED center is converted into ILRC.

    8

    6

    10

    5

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  • Q6

    Schools shall provide Special Education Program to LWDs in different delivery modalities or options. The instructional delivery includes the following:

    I. Hospital Based

    II. School Based

    III. Community Based

    IV. Home Based

    II,III, and IV only

    II and IV only

    I,II,III and IV

    II and IV only

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  • Q7

    SPED program support  fund may also be used by its implementers for communication expenses subject to reimbursement/or liquidation

    TRUE OR FALSE

    TRUE

    FLASE

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  • Q8

    SPED program support  fund may also be used in the immersion of LWDs to different work industry for possible employment and their participation to sports, academic and co - curricular activities toward holistic development

    TRUE OR FALSE

    FLASE

    TRUE

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  • Q9

    The following is true about the conduct of limited face to face learning modality:

    I. Parental consent is a must

    II. Schools must secure the concurrence of the local chief executive

    III. Maximum Four (4) hours of contact time with learners must be observed

    IV.  Only vaccinated teachers may participate and vaccinated learners shall be preferred

    V. Schools must be under alert levels I,II and III 

    I,III,IV,V

    I,III,IV,V

    I,II,III,IV

    I,II,IV

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  • Q10

    It is a form of academic dishonesty that involves the unauthorized creation or change of information in an academic work or activity. For example, artificially creating data when it should be collected from an actual experiment or inventing a source of information that does not exist.

    Cheating

    Sabotage

    Plagiarism

    Falsification and Fabrication

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  • Q11

    It is a form of academic dishonesty defined as unauthorized use of information, materials, devices, sources, or practices in completing academic activities. For example, copying another learner’s answers during a test that should be done separately .

    Sabotage

    Falsification or Fabrication

    Cheating

    Plagiarism

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  • Q12

    It is a form of academic dishonesty  defined as the act of interfering with or damaging another person’s work to prevent that person from successfully completing an academic task. Destroying someone else’s artwork, experiment, or design

    Cheating

    Falsification or Fabrication

    Plagiarism

    Sabotage

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  • Q13

    The following is true about the expanded maternity leave EXCEPT

    I.  The maternity leave period is counted in calendar days, inclusive of Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays. 

    II. The additional maternity leave of  20 days for solo parents should be availed of in a continuous and uninterrupted manner immediately after the expiration of the approved maternity leave.

    III. The pendency of clearance from money, property, and work-related accountabilities shall not deprive the female employee of the availment of maternity leave benefits

    IV.  Maternity leave can be availed of regardless of the civil status of the female employee.

    II

    I

    IV

    III

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  • Q14

    Can the extended maternity leave of up to thirty (30) days be charged against the sick/vacation leave credits of the female employee?

    No

    Yes

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  • Q15

    The following is true about localized cancellation/suspension of classes and work for natural and / or human-induced calamities:

    I. Shall be at the discretion of local chief executives as  chairpersons of the local Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (LDRRMC)

    II. The resumption of classes for LGU-declared localized cancellation/suspension shall be decided by the local Chief Executive

    III. The resumption of classes cancelled or suspended by heads of schools shall be decided by the school head

    I and II only

    I and III

    I,II and III

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  • Q16

    DO No. 43, s. 20 12 states that make-up classes shall be held on Saturdays or on weekdays beyond the originally set school calendar in both public and private schools to offset the days when classes are cancelled/ suspended.

    Is it still applicable during this time of pandemic?

    No

    Yes

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  • Q17

    When TTCWS No. 1 (i.e. weather disturbance is expected in 36 hours) is raised by PAGASA, public and private kindergarten and Grade 1 classes, regardless of learning delivery modality in the affected areas, shall be automatically cancelled or suspended

    TRUE or FALSE

    FALSE

    TRUE

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  • Q18

    When TCWS No. 2 (i.e. weather disturbance is expected in 24 hours)is raised by PAGASA, public and private kindergarten, elementary and secondary (i.e. Junior and Senior High School classes, regardless of learning delivery modality in the affected areas, shall be automatically cancelled or suspended.

    Teaching school personnel, including ALS teachers, solely handling cancelled or suspended classes are not required to report to work, regardless of working arrangement adopted by the school, inconsideration of the work/service that they have to render during make-up classes.

    TRUE or FALSE

    FALSE

    TRUE

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  • Q19

     The school has a policy against discrimination with regard to gender, cultural origin, social status, religious belief and others is what goal of a child-friendly school program?

    I. Ensure children’s high academic achievement and success

    II. Guarantee safe and protective spaces for children

    III. Encourage children participation in school and community

    IV. Encourage enrolment and completion

    II

    IV

    I

    III

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  • Q20

    A school can be called child-friendly when it manifest any of the following traits except for one?

    I. When an institution recognizes and respects the range of rights of children

    II. When they respect the rights of others, respect diversity, practice equality and resolve differences

    III. When it turn away any child from enrolling and attending classes for whatever reason.

    IV. When it enables them to become responsible and productive members of their community and society.

    I

    IV

    III

    II

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