Seminar paper summative test of MICHAEL M. MAGBANUA

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Seminar paper summative test of MICHAEL M. MAGBANUA

  1. 1. SUMMATIVE TESTSUMMATIVE TEST ON GRAMMARDirections: All sentences that follow are divided into five parts. Notice thedivision of words through “|” symbol on the following sentences. On youranswer sheet, write only the number of sequence where error/s insentences occurred.Example: Do | teachers | observes |reflective teaching | more often?Answer: 3 1. Do |the |objectives |give direction| to teaching? 2. Do |they| tell exactly | what |to teach? 3. Do |they |help determine |the |technique of teaching? 4. Do |they |give |continuity| to the lesson? 5. Do |they |determine |the outcomes| of learning? 6. Do|they help| in determining| the effectiveness| of the teaching process? | 7. Are they| in|harmony| with the school |and national objectives? | 8. Are| they| stated| clearly| and unequivocally?| 9. Do they fit| the age,| grade level |and other psychological characteristics|of the learner?| 10. Are |the instructional| objectives |behavioral| and attainable? | 11. Do |the instructional objectives| cover |all the important aspects| of the subject matter? | 12. Do |they |stimulate |important |learning outcome? | 13. Are |the |instructional |objectives |properly formulated? | 14. Do |instructional |objectives| determine| test content? | 15. Are |the standardized| examinations given| by the government and private entities| a reliable measure of evaluation? | 16. Has the school produced |responsible, productive, and versatile |citizens as envisioned |in the Constitution |and the laws of the land?|*See more exercises on next page! 171
  2. 2. SUMMATIVE TEST 17. Has |the school produced |graduates |who are efficient| in their vocations and professions? | 18. Has |the school produced |who |are performing leadership roles |in their respective areas of endeavor? | 19. Can an alumni survey |reveal information |as to whether |graduates are doing the work |they have learned in school? | 20. Do government authorities |seriously look |into |the objectives of the school|to determine its strength?| 21. What is done| to respond to| the quality needs |of teacher education |as it serve basic education? | 22. Why| does I love| teaching? 23. How could shifting| your thoughts| on critical to grateful| benefit people| in your workplace? 24. How did| a teacher| go about making| subject matter meaningful| to pupils? 25. Who| am I| and what can I do| when I becomes an adult? 26. What| do you think| is more important| to human development , hereditary| or |environmental influence? 27. Why| is adolescence|refer| to as a period| of conflict? 28. How| does each| in the different theories| at learning| view| the learning process? 29. What|is the relevance| of the different theory|of transfer |of learning|to educational process? 30. What| factors| affects you| behave|towards your teacher |and your classmate? 31. Goleman’s| describes |the five components |of emotional intelligence| by defining each one| and identifying its hallmark attributes and behaviors. 32. Other studies| on pre- schooler| and younger children| reveals how teachers can secure| and maintain interest| and increase the children’s span of attention. 33. According to| Webster, recreatory reading refers |to reading and language activities| that a person engage| in which give new life and creates |as forms a new in his/her imagination.*See more exercises on next page! 172
  3. 3. SUMMATIVE TEST 34. I| believes there| is a variation as I| also strongly consider that children| have different levels |and pacing of development. 35. Present civil service requirement |demand|18 units| of education from non-BS graduates. 36. If teacher| want to really teach |and ensure that learning |is taking place, they must find a way| to make the material meaningful |to their pupils. 37. At| teacher development, | it takes| four to five years| before a teacher is born. 38. The new grading system expect| to| show the students actual performance |on the competencies they are expected to master. 39. Some| teacher keep| on |complaining. 40. Hence|, many education graduates| ends up|being unemployed|or move| into other areas of work. 41. Test, | at| the other hand, | need to take| in different nature form. 42. From|the meantime, | undergraduate programs| in education should be reduced|to perhaps true quality programs| in education. 43. Others| go| to the| office jobs as clerks| and sales ladies. 44. Class lesson| won’t stop| at PNU| and I| can immediately relate my lessons| in the students when I meet them. 45. Since| I work weekdays| and go| to| school during weekends, I can easily relate my PNU lessons| into my work. 46. We |are brought up| and |raising for| different environment; different atmosphere |and we’ve experience varying situations. 47. The rapid increase| into|the need for basic education teachers has strained the caring capacity| of teacher training institutions and has contributed| to its continuing decrease in quality. 48. A daily glance|through| the newspaper|can provide a wealth| of ideas for |activity. 49. I| came| with| a family |of teachers. 50. I| was employed| for the Economics, Values education| and music teacher |at| the newly opened Rogationist Academy |in Silang Cavite.*See more exercises on next page! 173
  4. 4. SUMMATIVE TEST 51. We| must not only continue improving| working conditions| for our teachers| however in effect re – engineer the teaching profession |to make their improvement possible. 52. These| is important| so that| as students mature |and develop, their learning capacity also changes |and this is what one teachers need. 53. This is not a progress|brought| by| the books she reads| for the notes she memorize. 54. Eventhough, | sometimes| to much critical thinking| has blocked the path| to being grateful |for the existing contributions. 55. Hence, | leaders |must be encouraged| to maintain their critical thinking |yet balance it| with genuine appreciation for what exist. 56. Moreover, | but of the kind| of liberal arts training |that they receive| in a good undergraduate arts| and science college. 57. The teacher| must be alert| to these opportunities| yet,| they may present themselves |at an inopportune time in the teaching schedule. 58. It should be pointed out, | therefore| that ideas discussed are not meantv to supplement procedure already used| in the classroom. 59. School’s masses| highlighted |our Values| and Music lessons. 60. The Licensure Examination| for Teachers (LET) | are expecting |to select the best qualified teachers| entering the work force. 61. The Pre Service Scholarship Program|aims|to| attract high school graduate| to taking ups teaching as a career. 62. One of the topics| discussed| on| Educational Psychology| is Jean Piaget’s Cognitive Development theories. 63. Reflected| the students actual performance| and not the transmitted grades| will be very good bases |to evaluate the school| and teacher’s accountability. 64. A teacher time |is| so precious. A teacher’s life| is| so |challenging. 65. They| was well acquainted| with real life situations: | malnourished children, broken families, ruggedly dressed pupils| and shanties. 66. Choral reading, | jazz chants, | speech choir, finger plays, chamber| and reader theater presentation |is enjoyable |and memorable activities.*See more exercises on next page! 174
  5. 5. SUMMATIVE TEST 67. I| am| to| invite the whole barrio| to the celebration. 68. The dead |have |to paying a boatman| by the name of Charon| to cross the River Styx. 69. In| human development, a child| has acquired| independent| in many physical activities| and has improving language facility. 70. But| successive education| wont be| contained |in |just a blink of an age. 71. After teaching|some| years, they have| felt something satisfaction| in their kind of work that they|never wanted to leave. 72. However, | it is light fiction| that is the focus of the five studies| because the experience of being lost| in absorption or enchanted| is most strongly associated. 73. The second element |is self-regulating/self managing|, which refers |to the ability to control as redirect disruptive impulses and moods| and the propensity to suspend judgment. 74. The names| of the retired teachers| who lucky are| in today’s column, | fiction. 75. And| they began| the contest, | tree planting trips, park clean up draws |and information disseminate 76. Whether |remediation| or| enriching |to further improve the quality| of education. 77. A| teacher’s| life| is| challenger. 78. Since|, I engaged| in teaching without any educator’s program, | I found it fundamental |to teach values |starting with myself. 79. During| his formation years, | his parents remained| a constant guide, nurturing| and |caring for him. 80. Grades provide feedback |to parents |so they know what their children need |to be helped with| and motivator on |and to help firm up their children’s aspiration. 81. But| parents oftentimes| use grades| for punishment their children| who do not do well |or for blaming teachers and the school. 82. Now| retired, Norma| is comfortable settled| as a retiree, absorbed| in her textbook writing.*See more exercises on next page! 175
  6. 6. SUMMATIVE TEST 83. On| several occasions, | I have witnessed| the effect| of recreation reading techniques| in Bilingual classroom. 84. A longed-|for ambition that dwelt | at my mind| and heart is| to |serve humanity—as a nurse. But| financial constraints| hindered my eagerness| from| pursue this career. My parents | cannot afford |to send me| to| a nursing school. 85. I suggested to them that I would stop going| to school |for a year to give them ample time| to save |into my college education. 86. One year| passed| however| my expectations| did not materialize. 87. I decided| to take the entrance examination |at a well-known public school| in Laoag City, the Northern Luzon Teachers College (formerly the Ilocos Norte Normal School and now MMSU). Therefore, | I passed| this examination. 88. I graduated on| March 1974. As a new graduate without eligibility |and experience I presumed that I would not qualify| for a substitute position. I decided| to look for a job| in Manila, and fate intervened. 89. During my short sojourn |in Manila, I met my dashing Romeo |who captivated my heart. We| having hasty marriage| and he brought me| to his hometown: Ilagan, Isabela. 90. It was in May 1975 when I took |a Competitive Examination| through| the Division of Isabela| and luckily passed as one |of the top ten. 91. In| the start| of the following school year, the District Supervisor| of Ilagan East District notified me |for an interview. A vacant position needed |to be filled up. 92. Before| I left the house, I would be reminded| by |my good father-in- law that I should not attempting| to choose any place of assignment. I was new| in Isabela and I didn’t know the place well. 93. After| the interview, the District Supervisor asked me| ―Does| you like to| go to| San Pedro Primary School?‖ 94. Upon| hearing| this I remembered what my father-in-law told me and without ado, I| immediate answered, ―Yes." 95. I| told my father in regards it. He said| ―Comply| before you |complain.‖ 96. It was| a Sunday morning |when| my father |and husband accompanies me| to my new station.*See more exercises on next page! 176
  7. 7. SUMMATIVE TEST97. I| and my father rode |at| a jeepney |until we reached a riverbank.98. To |my surprise, | we also has to cross the river| by banca| to reach my very first teaching assignment.99. We makes | a courtesy call |to| the Barangay Chairman, |who offered his residence |for me.100. Hence |the school was still very far from his house, so we decided to go |to the PTA President, Mr. Pedro Manuel, | whose house was just a stone’s throw away |from the school. 177
  8. 8. SUMMATIVE TEST KEY TO CORRECTION SUMMATIVE TEST1. Do |the |objectives |give direction| to teaching?2. Do |they| tell exactly | what |to teach?3. Do |they |help determine |the |technique of teaching?4. Do |they |give |continuity| to the lesson?5. Do |they |determine |the outcomes| of learning?6. Do|they help| in determining| the effectiveness| of the teaching process? |7. Are they| in|harmony| with the school |and national objectives? |8. Are| they| stated| clearly| and unequivocally?|9. Do they fit| the age,| grade level |and other psychological characteristics|of the learner?|10. Are |the instructional| objectives |behavioral| and attainable? |11. Do |the instructional objectives| cover |all the important aspects| of the subject matter? |12. Do |they |stimulate |important |learning outcome? |13. Are |the |instructional |objectives |properly formulated? |14. Do |instructional |objectives| determine| test content? |15. Are |the standardized| examinations given| by the government and private entities| a reliable measure of evaluation? |16. Has| the school produced| responsible, productive, and versatile citizens| as envisioned |in the Constitution| and the laws of the land?17. Has| the school produced graduates| who are efficient| in their vocations| and professions?18. Has| the school produced| who| are performing leadership roles| in their respective areas| of endeavor?19. Can| an alumni survey reveal information| as to whether| graduates are doing the work| they have learned in school? 178
  9. 9. SUMMATIVE TEST20. Do| government authorities| seriously| look into the objective| of the school| to determine its strength?21. What has been done| to respond to| the quality needs |of teacher education |as it serve basic education? |22. Why| do I love| teaching?23. How could shifting| your thoughts| from critical to grateful| benefit people| in your workplace?24. How does| a teacher| go about making| subject matter meaningful| to pupils?25. Who| am I| and what can I do| when I become an adult?26. Which| do you think| is more important| to human development , hereditary| or |environmental influence?27. Why| is adolescence|referred| to as a period| of conflict?28. How| does each| of the different theories| at learning| view| the learning process?29. What|is the relevance| of the different theories|of transfer |of learning|to educational process?30. What| factors| affect you| behave|towards your teacher |and your classmate?31. Goleman| describes |the five components |of emotional intelligence| by defining each one| and identifying its hallmark attributes and behaviors.32. Other studies| on pre- schooler| and younger children| reveal how teachers can secure| and maintain interest| and increase the children’s span of attention.33. According to| Webster, recreatory reading refers |to reading and language activities| that a person engages| in which give new life and creates |as forms a new in his/her imagination.34. I| believe there| is a variation as I| also strongly consider that children| have different levels |and pacing of development.35. Present civil service requirement |demands|18 units| of education fromV non BS graduates.36. If teachers| want to really teach |and ensure that learning|is taking place, they must find a way| to make the material meaningful |to their pupils. 179
  10. 10. SUMMATIVE TEST37. In| teacher development, | it takes| four to five years| before a teacher is born.38. The new grading system|expects| to| show the students actual performance |on the competencies they are expected to master.39. Some| teachers|keep| on |complaining.40. Hence|, many education graduates| end up|being unemployed|or move| into other areas of work.41. Test, | on| the other hand, | need to take| in different nature form.42. In|the meantime, | undergraduate programs| in education should be reduced|to perhaps true quality programs| in education.43. Others| go| into| office jobs as clerks| and sales ladies.44. Class lesson| won’t stop| at PNU| and I| can immediately relate my lessons| to my students when I meet them.45. Since| I work weekdays| and go| to| school during weekends, I can easily relate my PNU lessons| with my work.46. We |are brought up| and |raised in| different environment; different atmosphere |and we’ve experience varying situations.47. The rapid increase| in |the need for basic education teachers has strained the caring capacity| of teacher training institutions and has contributed| to its continuing decrease in quality.48. A daily glance|at| the newspaper|can provide a wealth| of ideas for |activity.49. I| came| from| a family |of teachers.50. I| was employed| as Economics, Values education| and music teacher |at| the newly opened Rogationist Academy |in Silang Cavite.51. We| must not only continue improving| working conditions| for our teachers| but in effect re – engineer the teaching profession |to make their improvement possible.52. These| is important| because| as students mature |and develop, their learning capacity also changes |and this is what one teachers need.53. This is not a progress|brought| by| the books she reads| or the noles she memorize.54. However, | sometimes| to much critical thinking| has blocked the path| to being grateful |for the existing contributions. 180
  11. 11. SUMMATIVE TEST55. Therefore, | leaders |must be encouraged| to maintain their critical thinking |yet balance it| with genuine appreciation for what exist.56. Moreover, | because of the kind| of liberal arts training |that they receive| in a good undergraduate arts| and science college.57. The teacher| must be alert| to these opportunities| even though| they may present themselves |at an inopportune time in the teaching schedule.58. It should be pointed out, | however| that ideas discussed are not meantv to supplement procedure already used| in the classroom.59. School masses| highlighted |our Values| and Music lessons.60. The Licensure Examination| for Teachers (LET) | is expected |to select the best qualified teachers| entering the work force.61. The Pre Service Scholarship Program|aims|to| attract high school graduate| to take up teaching as a career.62. One of the topics| discussed| on| Educational Psychology| is Jean Piaget’s Cognitive Development theory.63. Reflecting| the students actual performance| and not the transmitted grades| will be very good bases |to evaluate the school| and teacher’s accountability.64. A teacher’s time |is| so precious. A teacher’s life| is| so |challenging.65. They| are well acquainted| with real life situations: | malnourished children, broken families, ruggedly dressed pupils| and shanties.66. Choral reading, | jazz chants, | speech choir, finger plays, chamber| and reader theater presentation |are enjoyable |and memorable activities.67. I| was| to| invite the whole barrio| to the celebration.68. The dead |have |to pay a boatman| by the name of Charon| to cross the River Styx.69. In| human development, a child| has acquired| independence| in many physical activities| and has improving language facility.70. But| successful education| wont be| contained |in |just a blink of an age.71. After teaching|some| years, they have| felt something satisfying| in their kind of work that they|never wanted to leave. 181
  12. 12. SUMMATIVE TEST72. However, | it is light fiction| that is the focus of the five studies| because the experience of being lost| in absorption or enhancement| is most strongly associated.73. The second element |is self-regulation/self management|, which refers |to the ability to control as redirect disruptive impulses and moods| and the propensity to suspend judgment.74. The names| of the retired teachers| who lucky are| in today’s column, | fictitious.75. And| they began| the contest, | tree planting trips, park clean up draws |and information dissemination.76. Whether |remediation| or| enrichment |to further improve the quality| of education.77. A| teacher’s| life| is| challenging.78. Since|, I engaged| in teaching without any educational program, | I found it fundamental |to teach values |starting with myself.79. During| his formative years, | his parents remained| a constant guide, nurturing| and |caring for him.80. Grades provide feedback |to parents |so they know what their children need |to be helped with| and motivated on |and to help firm up their children’s aspiration.81. But| parents oftentimes| use grades| for punishing their children| who do not do well |or for blaming teachers and the school.82. Now| retired, Norma| is comfortably settled| as a retiree, absorbed| in her textbook writing.83. On| several occasions, | I have witnessed| the effect| of recreatory reading techniques| in Bilingual classroom.84. A longed-|for ambition that dwelt in my mind| and heart is| to |serve humanity—as a nurse. But| financial constraints| hindered my eagerness| to| pursue this career. My parents | cannot afford |to send me| to| a nursing school.85. I suggested to them that I would stop going| to school |for a year to give them ample time| to save |for my college education.86. One year| passed| yet| my expectations| did not materialize. 182
  13. 13. SUMMATIVE TEST87. I decided| to take the entrance examination |at a well-known public school| in Laoag City, the Northern Luzon Teachers College (formerly the Ilocos Norte Normal School and now MMSU). Luckily, | I passed| this examination.88. I graduated on| March 1974. As a new graduate without eligibility |and experience I presumed that I would not qualify| for a substitute position. I decided| to look for a job| in Manila, but fate intervened.89. During my short sojourn |in Manila, I met my dashing Romeo |who captivated my heart. We| had hasty marriage| and he brought me| to his hometown: Ilagan, Isabela.90. It was in May 1975 when I took |a Competitive Examination| at| the Division of Isabela| and luckily passed as one |of the top ten.91. At| the start| of the following school year, the District Supervisor| of Ilagan East District notified me |for an interview. A vacant position needed |to be filled up.92. Before| I left the house, I would be reminded| by |my good father-in-law that I should not attempt| to choose any place of assignment. I was new| in Isabela and I didn’t know the place well.93. After| the interview, the District Supervisor asked me| ―Do| you like to| go to| San Pedro Primary School?‖94. Upon| hearing| this I remembered what my father-in-law told me and without ado, I| immediately answered, ―Yes."95. I| told my father about it. He said| ―Comply| before you |complain.‖96. It was| a Sunday morning |when| my father |and husband accompanied me| to my new station.97. I| and my father rode |on| a jeepney |until we reached a riverbank.98. To |my surprise, | we also had to cross the river| by banca| to reach my very first teaching assignment.99. We made | a courtesy call |to| the Barangay Chairman, |who offered his residence |for me.100. However |the school was still very far from his house, so we decided to go |to the PTA President, Mr. Pedro Manuel, | whose house was just a stone’s throw away |from the school. 183

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