TRINITY UNIVERSITY OF ASIA<br />COLLEGE OF EDUCATION<br />                                                     REVIEW on  ...
These are typically more specific than the statutes that they are designed to implement  or carry out because they “flesh ...
Article 356 and 259 of Commonwealth Act no. 3320
Article 356 and 259 of Commonwealth Act no. 2030
Article 356 and 925 of Commonwealth Act no. 3203
Article 356 and 259 of Commonwealth Act no. 3203
 This Act promotes the Education of the Blind and Formal Training of SPED Teachers.”
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  1. 1. TRINITY UNIVERSITY OF ASIA<br />COLLEGE OF EDUCATION<br /> REVIEW on SpEd 01 & 2 Reviewer<br />Direction: Shade the circle before the letter corresponding to the correct answer<br />This term is fundamental law of a nation or state (Garner,2004). <br />Statute B. Constitution C. Regulations D. Federal judicial system<br />This term is an act of the legislative body-basically, the law that the congress or a state legislative has passed. This is consistent with their controlling constitutions. These are supplemented by implementing regulations or guidelines written by official in the agencies that are charged with their implementation and enforcement. <br /><ul><li>Constitution B. Statute C. Regulations D. Federal judicial system
  2. 2. These are typically more specific than the statutes that they are designed to implement or carry out because they “flesh out legislative intent as to how laws should work in practice. </li></ul> A. Constitution B. Regulations C. Statute D. Federal judicial system<br /><ul><li>This term is like most systems, has three levels. The lowest level, trial courts are known as federal district courts. </li></ul> A. Constitution B. Statute C. Federal judicial system D. Regulations<br />The is the fundamental law of the land, explicitly stated in Section 8, Article XV the provision of “a complete, adequate and integrated system of education relevant to the goals of national development.”<br /><ul><li>The 1983 Constitution of the Phil. B. The 1973 Constitution of the Phil. </li></ul>C. The 1977 Constitution of the Phil. D. The 1987 Constitution of the Phil.<br />The latest Act, otherwise known as the “United Nation Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities” or (UN-CRPD).<br /> R.A. 9442 “Charity-based” B. R. A. 9442 “Right-based”<br /> C. R.A. 4429 “Charity-based” D. R. A. 4942 “Right-based”<br /> 7. This term is the first legal basis of the care and protection of children with disabilities <br /><ul><li>1975 Constitution B. 1987 Constitution </li></ul>C. 1877 Constitution D. 1935 Constitution<br /><ul><li>This article asserted “the right of every child to live in an atmosphere conducive to the physical, moral and intellectual development” and the accompanying duty of the government “to promote the full growth of the faculties of every child.”
  3. 3. Article 356 and 259 of Commonwealth Act no. 3320
  4. 4. Article 356 and 259 of Commonwealth Act no. 2030
  5. 5. Article 356 and 925 of Commonwealth Act no. 3203
  6. 6. Article 356 and 259 of Commonwealth Act no. 3203
  7. 7. This Act promotes the Education of the Blind and Formal Training of SPED Teachers.”
  8. 8. R. Act No. 3526 B. R. Act No. 3562 </li></ul>C. R. Act No. 5362 D. Republic Act No. 3652<br /><ul><li>An act establishing a Ten-year Teacher Training Program for Teachers of Special and Exceptional Children.
  9. 9. R. Act No. 5250 B. R. Act No. 3652
  10. 10. C. R. Act No. 5520 D. R. Act No. 0525
  11. 11. The section and article in 1973 constitution of the Philippines that Declares “A complete, adequate and integrated system of education relevant to the goals of national development.”
  12. 12. 1973 Constitution of the Philippines, Section 8 Article 13
  13. 13. 1974 Constitution of the Philippines, Section 8 Article 15
  14. 14. 1973 Constitution of the Philippines, Section 8 Article 14
  15. 15. 1973 Constitution of the Philippines, Section 8 Article 15
  16. 16. This was known as The Child and Youth Welfare Code.
  17. 17. Presidential Decree No. 602, B. Presidential Decree No. 605,</li></ul>C. Presidential Decree No. 603, D. Presidential Decree No. 604,<br /><ul><li>This is an article on the rights of the child which provides among others that “The emotionally disturbed or socially maladjusted child shall be treated with sympathy and understanding and shall be given education and care required by his particular conditions.”
  18. 18. Article 2 B. Article 72 C. Article 4 D. Article 3
  19. 19. This article provides for the creation of special classes in every province, and if possible, special schools for the physical handicapped, MR, ED and MG. The private schools are highly encouraged to open SPED schools.
  20. 20. Article 73 B. Article 72 C. Article 74 D. Article 75
  21. 21. The Presidential Decree No. ________ created the National Commission Concerning Disabled Persons (NCCDP). It was renamed as National Council for the Welfare of Disabled Persons (NCWDP).</li></ul>A. Presidential Decree No. 1590 B. Presidential Decree No. 1590<br /> C. Presidential Decree No. 1909 D. Presidential Decree No. 1509<br /><ul><li>The Education act of 1982 states that “The state shall promote the right of every individual to relevant quality education regardless of sex, age, breed, socioeconomic status, physical, and mental condition, social and ethic origin, political and other affiliations.
  22. 22. Batas Pambansa 223 or Education act of 1982
  23. 23. Batas Pambansa 232 or Education act of 1928
  24. 24. Batas Pambansa 332 or Education act of 1982
  25. 25. Batas Pambansa 232 or Education act of 1982</li></ul>The section in “Special Education Service” provision which includes: the education of persons who are physically, mentally, emotionally, socially, culturally different from the so-called “normal” individuals that they require modification of school practices/services to develop to their maximum capacity.”<br /><ul><li>Section 24 B. Section 22 C. Section 25 D. Section 26
  26. 26. The Batas Panbansa Blng_____was enacted. This was the Accessibility Law, “An act to enhance the mobility of disabled persons.”
  27. 27. Batas Pambansa Blg. 334 B. Batas Pambansa Blg. 344
  28. 28. C. Batas Pambansa Blg. 324D. Batas Pambansa Blg. 343
  29. 29. In 19_____ Constitution of the Philippines, Article 15 cites the right of exceptional children to education.
  30. 30. A. 1983 Constitution of the Philippines B. 1985 Constitution of the Philippines
  31. 31. C. 1987 Constitution of the Philippines D. 1986 Constitution of the Philippines
  32. 32. The Republic Act ___________ was enacted. The law declares August 1 of each year as “White Cane Safety Day in the Philippines.” Blind person use the cane in travelling.
  33. 33. Republic Act No. 6795 B. Republic Act No. 6759
  34. 34. C. Republic Act No.7659 D. Republic Act No. 6795
  35. 35. Republic Act __________ was enacted. The law is “An Act providing strong deterrence and special protection against child abuse, exploitation and discrimination, providing penalties for its violation and other purposes.”
  36. 36. A. Republic Act No. 7610B. Republic Act No. 7601</li></ul> C. Republic Act No. 6710D. Republic Act No. 7160<br /><ul><li>22. Presidential No._____ set new dates for the National Disability Prevention Rehabilitation Week Celebration on the third week of July every year which shall culminate on the birth date of the sublime paralytic Apolinario Mabini.
  37. 37. Presidential Proclamation No. 621 B. Presidential Proclamation No. 126
  38. 38. C. Presidential Proclamation No. 216 D. Presidential Proclamation No. 261
  39. 39. 23. Republic Act No.______ otherwise known as “The New Born Screening Act of 2004” spearheaded by the DOH, based on the premise that the retarded child could have been normal. A drop of blood can save the baby from mental retardation and death.
  40. 40. Republic Act No. 8892 B. Republic Act No. 9289
  41. 41. C. Republic Act No. 9288 D. Republic Act No. 2988
  42. 42. 24. Republic Act No._______ Magna Carta For Disabled Persons. The act providing for the rehabilitation, self-development and self-reliance of disabled persons and their integration into the mainstream society and for other purposes.</li></ul>Republic Act No. 7227 B. Republic Act No. 7277<br />C. Republic Act No. 7272 C. Republic Act No. 7227<br /> 25. The first year of the International Observance of the Disabled Persons Proclaimed by the <br /> United Nation General Assembly.<br /> <br />Year 1990 B. Year 1981<br />C. Year 1978 D. Year 1971 <br />Prepared by: Encarnacion T. francisco, Ed.D<br /> Faculty, College of Education<br /> SY 2011-2012<br />TRINITY UNIVERSITY OF ASIA<br />COLLEGE OF EDUCATION<br /> REVIEW on SpEd 01 & 2 Reviewer<br /> Direction: Write the letter of the correct answer on the blank provided.<br />____1. What century when the effective procedures for teaching children with sensory <br /> impairments was programmed for the blind and the deaf started.<br />A. 17th Century B. 18th century C. 19th Century D. 20th Century <br />____2. What century when the Recognition of Children and People with Exceptionalities, <br /> establishing rights creation of laws and legislation for the care and protection of <br /> exceptional children mainstreaming.<br />A. 17th Century B. 18th century C. 19th Century D. 20th Century <br />____3. When was the Change in attitudes, urged that the imperfect and incomplete <br /> individuals be taught skills that would allow them, to be independent & productive <br /> citizens.<br />A. 17th Century B. 18th century C. 19th Century D. 20th Century <br />____4. When was the time where the Special Children and youth called as idiot and insane <br /> and they were put in asylums. No education or intervention.<br />A. 17th Century B. 18th century C. 19th Century D. 20th Century <br />_____5. When was the first systematic attempts in France and in America was made to educate <br /> the idiots and insane or mental retardation and emotional, emotional problems<br /> A. the Idea of IndependenceB. Ideas of Democracy C. the Ideas of Authorities<br /> <br />_____6. Who was the French physician, concerned for the treatment of individuals with <br /> mental illness.<br />A. Jacob Rodriguez Pereine B. Phillipe Pinel C. Eduard Seguin D. Jean Marc <br /> Gaspard Itard <br />____7 . Who Introduced the ideas that the person who were deaf could be taught to <br /> communicate.<br />A. Jacob Rodriguez Pereine B. Phillipe Pinel C. Eduard Seguin D. Jean Marc <br /> Gaspard Itard <br />____8. The French physician, authority on the disease of the ear and the education of <br /> deaf and severe mentally retarded students.<br />A. Jacob Rodriguez Pereine B. Phillipe Pinel C. Eduard Seguin D. Jean Marc <br /> Gaspard Itard <br />____9. The French physician responsible in developing teaching methods for children <br />with mental Retardation.<br />A. Jacob Rodriguez Pereine B. Phillipe Pinel C. Eduard Seguin D. Jean Marc <br /> Gaspard Itard <br />____10. The French educator who himself blind, that a genius is solely the result of <br />heredity born not to made tactile system of reading and writing based on a code made up on six raised dots.<br /> A. Jacob Rodriguez Pereine B. Phillipe Pinel C. Eduard Seguin D. Louis Braille <br /> <br />____10. She worked with children who is mentally retarded, created “sensorial material,<br /> emphasis on task analysis, sequencing of task and individualization.<br />A. Maria Montesory B. Louis Braille C. Francis Galton D. Samuel Gridly Howe<br />____11. The American physician and educator, known for that genius is solely the result <br />of heredity born not made his success in teaching individuals with HI and VI. Influence the education of Helen Keller.<br />A. Maria Montesory B. Louis Braille C. Francis Galton D. Samuel Gridly Howe<br />_____12. The Scientist who was concerned with individual differences. He believes that <br /> genius is Solely. The result of heredity- born not to made.<br />Alexander Graham Bell B. Anna Freud C. Francis Galton D. Phillipe Pinel <br />____13. She Believes that techniques of psychoanalysis can be applied to the children <br /> with emotional or behavioral problems.<br />Alexander Graham Bell B. Anna Freud C. Francis Galton D. Phillipe Pinel <br />_____14. He believed that children who are hearing handicapped can learned to <br /> speak and can used their limited if it is amplified.<br />Alexander Graham Bell B. Anna Freud C. Francis Galton D. Phillipe Pinel <br />_____15. She develop remedial teaching techniques of what was right in special education.<br />Grace Fernald B. Anna Freud C. Francis Galton D. Phillipe Pinel <br />_____16. His contribution was of great help in the developmental psychology in special <br /> education.<br /> Grace Fernald B. Anna Freud C. Francis Galton D. Jean Piaget <br />_____17. He taught children with hearing impairments to communicate via system of <br /> manual signs and symbols.<br /> <br /><ul><li>Thomas Gallaudet B. Anna Freud C. Francis Galton D. Jean Piaget </li></ul>____18. The America who was known as the grandfather of gifted education-lifelong study <br /> of gifted individuals.<br /><ul><li> Thomas Gallaudet B. Lewis Terman C. Alfred Binet D. Jean Piaget </li></ul>____19. He shows the technique patterns of learning disabilities<br /><ul><li> Thomas Gallaudet B. Alfred Strauss C. Alfred Binet D. Jean Piaget </li></ul>____20. The author of the first developmental assessment scale capable of quantifying <br /> Intelligence . <br /><ul><li>Thomas Gallaudet B. Alfred Strauss C. Alfred Binet D. Jean Piaget </li></ul>_____21. He optimized young children’s interaction with the environment to accelerate <br /> intellectual development.<br /><ul><li>Samuel Kirk B. Alfred Strauss C. Alfred Binet D. Jean Piaget </li></ul>_____22. The director of Public Education, worked for the establishment for the insular <br /> school for the deaf and blind in manila. <br /> A. Mr. David Brakins B. Mr. David Brownis C. Mr. David Barrows D. David Morgan<br />_____23. The first American administrator and teacher of the special school. The school for the Deaf is now located in the Horrison st., Pasay City while the Phil. National School for the Blind is Adjacent to it on Polo Road. <br />A. Miss Desiree Raise B. Miss Desiree Rice<br />C. Miss Delight Rice D. Miss Delight Rise<br />______24. The General Superintendent of education who had reported that deaf and blind children were found in a cencus in Manila and nearby provinces and the proposed that these children should be enroll in school like other children.<br />A. Mr. Fred Anderson B. Mr. Fred Atkinson<br />C. Mr. Fed Atprison D. Mr. Fred Anson<br />______25. The first Filipino Principal of these School for the Deaf and for the Blind.<br />A. Mrs. Ma. Valla Francisco B. Villa Maria Francisco<br />C. Mrs. Maria Villa Francisco D. Mr. Villa Francia Francisco<br />Prepared by: Encarnacion T. Francisco, Ed. D.<br />

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