Social studies/social science – set a

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  1. What is the teacher’s accountability in the achievement of quality education?

  1. Be accountable for reporting the performance of learners to parents

  2. Be accountable for the grading performance of learners

  3. Be accountable for reporting the performance of learners to the school head and stakeholders

  4. Be accountable for the effective attainment of specified learning objectives and outcomes

  1. In connection with government transaction involving public interest, which policy is adopted in the Constitution to assure the public accountability and transparency?

  1. Full public disclosure

  2. Balanced and healthful ecology

  3. Rural development and agrarian reform

  4. Private enterprise and incentives to needed investments

  1. What does “presumption of innocence” mean in so far as human right is concerned?

  1. A suspect remains innocent until proven guilty

  2. A suspect has the right to remain silent

  3. A suspect is considered guilty until proven otherwise

  4. A suspect has the right to a legal counsel

  1. Which department has the authority to make laws and to alter them when needed?

  1. Judicial

  2. Legislative

  3. Executive

  4. Administrative

  1. All Filipino citizens have the right to vote and to voted upon as government official. What is the constitutional right called?

  1. Suffrage

  2. Political franchise

  3. Passive right to vote

  4. Electoral right

  1. Which problem is common from the presidency of Marcos, Aquino, Ramos, Estrada, Macapagal-Arroyo and Benigno Aquino III?

  1. Poor governance

  2. Moral degeneration

  3. Social injustice

  4. Peace and security

  1. Rizal founded the La Liga Filipina to:

  1. Unite the whole country

  2. Fight violence and injustice

  3. Revolt against Spaniards

  1. I and II

  2. I and III

  3. II and III

  4. II only

  1. Which of the four pillars of education for the 21st century is crucial in the light of conflicts between Israel and Palestine?

  1. Learning to live together

  2. Learning to know

  3. Learning to do

  4. Learning to be

  1. The Philippine objected to the advisory on travels to Mindanao, by the Australian government. What should the government do?

  1. File the diplomatic protest

  2. Arrest their national

  3. Declare war against the country

  4. Recall all nationals

  1. Foreign influences are evident on most aspects of Filipino culture including Philippine languages. From which Asian language do these words come: alam, hukom, salamat?

  1. Sanskrit

  2. Malayo-Polynesian

  3. Arabic

  4. Mandarin

  1. Which refers to the act of the President to stay the execution of a convict?

  1. Commutation

  2. Amnesty

  3. Pardon

  4. Reprieve

  1. During the Spanish Era, who was the revolutionary leader who waged a long war against the government because it did not allow proper burial for his brother?

  1. Macario Sacay

  2. Diego Silang

  3. Andres Bonifacio

  4. Francisco Dagohoy

  1. What was the first book published in the Philippines?

  1. Doctrina Christiana

  2. Barlaame Josaphat

  3. Pasiong Mahal

  4. Del Superior Govierno

  1. Which is the overriding aim of the constitutional mandate on social justice?

  1. To protect the squatter in the possession of the premises occupied by him because he is poor

  2. To work for social inequality

  3. To authorize the taking of what is in excess of one’s personal needs and the giving it to another

  4. To work for social equality

  1. Filipino citizens have the power to participate in the establishment or administration of government such as right to vote and be voted upon as an exercise of:

  1. Social rights

  2. Political rights

  3. Civil rights
  4. Economic rights

  1. Who does the canvassing of votes for President and Vice President in every election?

  1. Comelec and Chief justice

  2. Supreme Court and Congress

  3. Senate and Congress

  4. Joint committee of Congress

  1. Which among the following represents the political process is involve in amending or revising the Philippine constitution to adapt to the present Philippine situation?

  1. Constitutional convention

  2. Charter change

  3. Constitutional correction

  4. Citizen’s assembly

  1. Which of the following was the first to happen?

  1. Aguinaldo was captured

  2. Guerrillas warfare against the US was initiated

  3. The Philippine was ceded to the US by the Treaty of Paris

  4. Aguinaldo declared Philippine independence

  1. The Japanese successful invasion was climaxed by the surrender of the joint Filipino American forces on May 6, 1942. Where did this happen?

  1. Bataan c. Capas

  2. Corregidor d. Manila

  1. Foreign investors are discouraged in doing business in our country. To what condition/s can this be attributed?

  1. Deteriorating peace and order

  2. Poor technology

  3. High tariffs

  4. Poor standards

  1. IV only

  2. I and II

  3. II only

  4. I, II and III

  1. What is considered the earliest form of writing in the Philippines?

  1. Abakada

  2. Alibata

  3. Roman Alphabet

  4. Balitaw

  1. Who was the last Filipino general who fought the Americans and established so called “Tagalog Republic”?

  1. Miguel Malvar

  2. Macario Sacay

  3. Manuel Tinio

  4. Gregorio del Pilar

  1. What building was the only one left after the destruction of Intramuros during the Battle of Manila?

  1. Manila Post Office

  2. Quiapo Church

  3. Manila Cathedral

  4. San Agustin Church

  1. What characteristic/s was of government is established by the 1987 Constitution?

  1. Parliamentary system of government

  2. Presidential system of government with three branches

  3. The three branches of government have a check and balance over one another

  4. The three branches of government are separate and independent of one another

  1. II, III and IV

  2. I only

  3. II only

  4. I, III and IV

  1. With the Batasang Pambansa performing legislative and executive powers in the Marcos regime, which form of government was implemented?

  1. Dictatorial

  2. Monarchial

  3. Presidential

  4. Parliamentary

  1. The Philippine legislature is divided into two major bodies, the Senate and the House of Representatives. Which among the following best describes the division of legislative body of the county?

  1. Co-legiative power

  2. Bicameralism

  3. Unicameralism

  4. Bipartisanism

  1. In which form of government are all citizens treated as equals on certain dimensions such as religion, politics, economics, social status and culture?

  1. Democracy

  2. Socialism

  3. Egalitarianism

  4. Totalitarianism

  1. In which form of government does power or authority reside in a few persons who govern for their interest?

  1. Oligarchy

  2. Democracy

  3. Monarchy

  4. Parliamentary

  1. When an individual is imprisoned without proper investigation what right is violated?

  1. Right to protection

  2. Right to secure persons

  3. Right to due process of law

  4. Right to process paper

  1. What is the writ of habeas data?

  1. Right to accumulate data

  2. Right to transmit data

  3. Right to information privacy

  4. Right to search for private information

  1. An individual who can find minute differences between small objects possesses which of the following?

  1. A good long-term memory

  2. A low difference threshold

  3. A good short-term memory

  4. A high difference threshold

  1. Which idea contradicts the concept of free will?

  1. Evolutionary theory

  2. Memetics

  3. Creationism

  4. Biological determinism

  1. What a student can do differs from what he will do. What does this prove?

  1. Motivation and ability always go together

  2. Motivation differs from ability

  3. Ability is the opposite of motivation

  4. Students of today are hardly motivated

  1. I pretend not to be able to play several musical instruments. I may get tied as an instrumentalist of the church choir. Which type of ignorance do I have?

  1. Affected ignorance

  2. Invincible ignorance

  3. Vincible ignorance

  4. Supine ignorance

  1. Which one goes with this principle: “The end does not justify the means”.

  1. An indifferent act may become morally good or evil depending on the motive

  2. Both are equally morally responsible; they are both professional teachers

  3. An objectively good act may become morally evil because of a bad motive

  4. An objective evil act can never become good in spite of the good motive

  1. Art & music are necessary ingredients to child’s education. Which statement supports the idea of this sentence?

  1. Music and art intensify a child’s imagination

  2. Music teaches discipline, team work, math and poetry through rhythm

  3. Painting helps a kinaesthetic learner express abstract concepts in concrete forms

  1. I and II

  2. I, II and III

  3. III only

  4. I only

  1. On which Filipino traits does Gawad Kalinga build on?

  1. Adaptability

  2. Joy and Humor

  3. Extreme personalism

  4. Bayanihan spirit

  1. Who has greater moral responsibility and why? The lazy master teacher who does not teach well or the beginning teachers who is groping while she teaches and so does not teach well either.

  1. Cannot be determined; age and experience do not necessarily make one or more knowledgeable and free

  2. The master teacher, who is older and more experienced

  3. The master teacher who is expected to have more knowledge and freedom

  4. Both are equally morally responsible; they are both professional teachers

  1. Let’s assume that universities will be required to offer education programs at the graduate rather than at the undergraduate level. Based on this information, how should you respond?

  1. Neutral

  2. Improbable

  3. Agree

  4. Disagree

  1. Which among the following is the main theme of the El Filibusterismo?

  1. Rizal’s hope for a revolution
  2. Ideal means of achieving social reform

  3. Curing the social cancer

  4. Abuses and indecency of friars

  1. Out of used illustration boards, students came up with cute and functional bags for school children. Which Filipino trait is exhibited?

  1. Pagkabayani

  2. Creativity

  3. Adaptability

  4. Family orientedness

  1. In his “La Indolencia del Filipino”, Rizal’s thinking was the rich natural resources of the Philippines and the favorable climates were not blessing after all for the Filipino. Which explains this? The rich & favorable climate of the country:

  1. Led to disunity

  2. Made the Filipinos compere against one another

  3. Encouraged the “get-by” mentality

  4. Enabled the Filipinos to earn college degrees

  1. How did Rizal’s Noli Me Tangere contribute to the development of his countrymen?

  1. It awakened them to the oppressive rule of Spain

  2. it pictured for them the ideal Filipino

  3. it exposed to them the scandals of the friars

  4. it taught them to love their local language

  1. What committee was founded in 1978 to promote effective cooperation and entrance solidarity among the people of ASEAN?

  1. Committee on Regional Cooperation

  2. Committee on Culture and Arts

  3. Committee on Culture and Information

  4. Committee on Culture Heritage

  1. Which of the following types of societies came first during societal evolution?

  1. Industrial

  2. Mass

  3. Agricultural

  4. Horticultural

  1. Material culture refers to the tangible objects produced by man. Which are examples of material culture?

  1. Stone walls of tasadays

  2. Moriones festival

  3. Sinulog festival

  4. Ceremonies of Ivatans

  1. What does professional Code of Ethics prescribe for all?

  1. Civic mindedness and social consciousness

  2. Strict implementation of laws of the land

  3. Moral standards and ethical behavior

  4. Rules and regulations in practicing the profession

  1. A society cannot exist without a government. Which word is synonymous with government?

  1. Restraint

  2. Domination

  3. Check and balance

  4. Authority

  1. Which of the following statements accurately reflects a strong “school culture?

  1. Has informal rules of behavior

  2. Has high standards of performance

  3. Has definite organizational core values

  4. Has a network communication

  1. Children learn how to open a coconut and other common chores in a coconut farm. In this instance culture is transmitted by:

  1. Assimilation

  2. Acculturation

  3. Immersion

  4. Enculturation

  1. You will be in good hands when your host is a Filipino because one outstanding trait of Filipinos is:

  1. Industry

  2. Thrift

  3. Hospitality

  4. Cleanliness

  1. Trade-offs are required because wants are unlimited and resources are:

  1. Marginal

  2. Unlimited

  3. Scarce

  4. Economical

  1. Gross Domestic Product is the sum of the market value of the:

  1. Inferior goods and services

  2. Final goods and services

  3. Intermediate goods

  4. Manufactured goods

  1. Which is required of cooperative members for the operation of their cooperative?

  1. Patronage refund

  2. Net surplus

  3. Share capital

  4. Interest on share capital

  1. Upon which is based the claim that there is no single universal standard to be used to judge any culture based?

  1. Cultural relativism

  2. Cultural diversity

  3. Culture shock

  4. Ethical relativism

  1. What do we call the sum of money collected for our use of a road, bridge and highway?

  1. Toll
  2. Tax

  3. Penalty

  4. Assessment

  1. You are a member of a cooperative which operates taxis, tricycles and buses. Of which type of a cooperative are you a member?

  1. Multipurpose cooperative

  2. Producers cooperative

  3. Service cooperative

  4. Marketing cooperative

  1. What results when the government spends more than what it collects in the form of taxes?

  1. Fiscal deficit

  2. Fiscal overspending

  3. Excessive allotment

  4. Erroneous appropriations

  1. When parents decide to send their children to a private school and pay their tuition fee instead of sending them to public school. They don’t get their share in the benefit derived from the taxes they pay. This is a case of:

  1. Double taxation

  2. Social injustice

  3. Double jeopardy

  4. Social inequity

  1. The ultimate objective of the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform is to:

  1. Ensure the cultivation of all idle lands

  2. Establish owner cultivated farm

  3. Distribute arable lands to the landless

  4. Abolish share tenancy in favor of lease tenancy

  1. Tomatoes are off season and so price for tomatoes is up. Which law/principle in economics explains it?

  1. Substitution effect

  2. Law of supply and demand

  3. Principle of marginal utility
  4. Law of cause and effect

  1. A behavioral psychologist would probably say that:

  1. The mind is most important when analyzing behavior

  2. The unconscious stimulates our behavior

  3. Introspection is a useful way to study mental processes

  4. We act based on rewards and punishments received

  1. Stimulation is good for the brain. Which action is a logical application for this?

  1. Train your child to obey others blindly

  2. Avoid giving challenging tasks to teenagers for they get easily discouraged

  3. Retire early so you will be spared of the challenge of work

  4. Give to children toys that they can manipulate

  1. What is a glaze?

  1. Paint diluted with linseed oil

  2. A color diluted with white

  3. Paint diluted with olive oil

  4. Paint diluted with water

  1. When can we say that a person has value?

  1. Lives a life of integrity, sincerity and commitment

  2. Lives a life of merriment in the company of others

  3. Works towards self-aggrandizement

  4. Enjoys life of leisure and pleasure

  1. In times of war, soldiers must be ready to give up their lives in defense of the nation. Which normative relationship applies in this case?

  1. More common good – public safety before private gain
  2. Greater urgency – saving the living before burying the dead

  3. Higher law – inalienable rights vs. alienable

  4. Wide social order – the family before the individual

  1. The expressionist painters at the turn of the century tired to depict a state of mind rather than to make a realistic copy of some object. In other words, expressionist paintings:

  1. Are all about people

  2. Give the feeling rather than the appearance

  3. Resemble camera snapshots

  4. Are all done in oil

  1. Which philosophical premise does NOT support scientific inquiry?

  1. Rational explanations exist for real world phenomena

  2. Reality is objective

  3. Human perceptual system correctly perceive reality

  4. Group awareness is an integral part of knowledge

  1. If one agrees Rizal on the best way to redeem our country, what would he do?

  1. Attack tourist to come to the country

  2. Do advocacy for health programs to get the biggest share in the national budget

  3. Campaign for more foreign investor

  4. Work for quality education for all

  1. Which among the following represents a detrimental aspect of the Philippine culture and society?

  1. Delicadeza

  2. Amor propio

  3. Ningas cogon

  4. Palabra de honor

  1. Which of the following best describes the concept of society?

  1. A political entity

  2. Organized interaction of people sharing land and culture

  3. Limited by geographical boundaries

  4. The same as culture or nation

  1. Which is at the base of a triangle that shapes us into what we are?

  1. School attended

  2. Heredity

  3. Environment

  4. Training

  1. You have to take the extra care when you critique the work of a Filipino. Your negative comment may be mistaken to be an attack against his/her person. Upon which Filipino trait is this advice based?

  1. Sakop mentality

  2. Bayanihan spirit

  3. Extreme personalism

  4. Adaptability

  1. What are considered major goals of multicultural education?

  1. Catering to diversity of learners

  2. Considering social class and ethnic program

  3. Providing equal opportunities to education

  4. Helping individuals and groups survive despite the differences in culture and beliefs

  1. III and IV

  2. I, II and IV

  3. II and IV

  4. I, II, III and IV

  1. What is the principal means through which culture is transmitted from generation to generation?

  1. Language

  2. Family

  3. Community action

  4. Church

  1. To be a moral person is to:

  1. Be acceptable by society
  2. Be integrated in speech, feeling, thinking and action

  3. Be able to know the dictates of one’s conscience

  4. Know and act upon the ought to be and the ought to do

  1. What is the social scientist’s explanation of the relationship of a leader to history?

  1. History is a reflection of great leaders

  2. Leaders are a product of their times

  3. Had any great leader been different than he was, the course have been different

  4. Every great movement is the lengthened shadow of a great man

  1. The Katipunan in Cavite was divided into two factions – the Magdiwang and the Magdalo while the Magdiwang in Cavite was led by Mariano Alvarez, who led the Magdalo faction?

  1. Ciriaco Bonifacio

  2. Daniel Tirona

  3. Artemio Ricarte

  4. Baldomero Aguinaldo

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