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This philosophy contends that truth is universal an unchanging and therefore a good education is also

universal and constant

Perennialism
Progressivism
Existentialism
Essentialism

When a supervisor is tasked to report unsatisfactory performance of her co-workers who are also her
friends. She may experience

Role play
Role conflict
Role ambiguity
Role strain

Refers to the difficulty people have in meeting their role obligations

Role conflict
Role set
Role strain
Role ambiguity

Membership in the Katipunan come in grades: first (katipons); second (kawal); and third (bayani). Each
grade designed as well as password so they could maintain their secrecy of the movement. The password
for the kawal grade was?

Rizal
Sundalo
Gomburza
Artikulo Uno

When one consider the culture of another group as inferior to his own, this connotes

Ethnocentrism
Cultural relativism
Assimilation
Acculturation
The editor of La Solaridad and a great orator, he initiated the reform movement

Marcelo H. Del Pilar


Jose Rizal
Emilio Jacinto
Graciano Lopez-Jaena

Memories of brutality which was so in human during the Japanese regime were always associated with a
particular Japanese group called

Kalibapi
Kempetai
Kamikaze
Samurai

Pre-colonial trade in the Philippines was prosperous. Business transactions made use of:

Money system
Barter system
Disbursement Acceleration Program (DAP)
Banking System

Social control imposed on social deviants to maintain

Social stigma
Social strata
Social order
Social mobility

The most cultured of the reformist, wrote a socio-historical novel based on facts he gathered in the
Philippines

Marcelo H. Del Pilar


Jose Rizal
Mariano Ponce
Jose Ma. Paganiban

The use of magic charms was very common among pre-Spanish Filipinos. One of these is the anting-
anting or agimat which is meant to:

Insure a man against a weapon of every kind


Made a man lovable to all ladies
Made a man invisible
Made him walk in storm or sea without getting wet

A case of compulsive drug addict is an example if a

Primary deviant
Secondary deviant
Tertiary deviant
All of the above

The educational theory, in response to progressivism, which concerns with the revival of effort in the
direction of teaching the fundamental tools of learning as the most indispensable type of education

Essentialism
Perennialism
Philosophical analysis
Social traditionalism

The generation of the spirits was common among ancient Filipinos. Memories of their dead relatives were
kept alive through craved idol. This practice was called

Cult of the dead


Mass of the dead
Nature Worship
Divination

Survey are used when:

Other measure do not produce statistical significance


The findings of the study must be repeatable
It is desirable to discover he contribution and interrelations of certain variables among large number
of people
Procedures having cross-cultural applications needed

Which of the following is NOT true?

The deviant behavior of one generation may become the norm of the next
All forms of deviant are bad
Deviant behavior is one way of adapting a culture to a social change
Some deviation are due to the failure of the socialization process to integrate the cultural norms into
individuals personality

This philosophy believes that the schools should originate policies and progress which would bring about
reform of the social order

reconstructionism
Progressivism
Existentialism
Perennialism

A cross-sectional study is

A research technique in which investigators enter into activities of the group at the same time they
study the groups behavior
Research examines a population at a given point in a time
Research which examines a population, or portion thereof, is questioned in order to reveal specific
facts about itself
Research that investigates a population at several intervals over relatively a long period of time

This is the logical conclusion if we are to apply the philosophy of martin Buber to education

Education will be characterize by imposition and rules


Education will be characterize by mutual unfolding of persons
Education will be characterize by pretensions
Education will be characterize by self motivation

A teenager in a good neighborhood of stable families and conventional people who rejects middle class
norms and become a delinquent is an example of

Individual deviation
Group deviation
Counter deviation
Relative deviation

Which philosophy has for its curriculum a body intellectual subject matter that are conceptual on
subject, essential for the realization of mental and moral development?

Realism
Idealism
Existentialism
Pragmatism

A survey by their nature usually

Are cross-sectional
Are longitudinal
Involve secondary methodology
Involve participants observation

The aim of this philosophy is to reduce statements about education to empirical terms

Reconstructionism
Existentialism
Philosophical analysis
Social traditionalism

Man as an embodied sprit implies that education should

Develop the intellect / mind


Develop mans individuality
Develop essential physical and intellectual skills
Develop the total man

The rightness or wrongness of what one does depend on where he is doing it

Cultural integration
Cultural lag
Cultural relativism
Cultural traits

Which of the following statements about culture is not true?

Every social group must have a culture on its own in order to function
Every individual participates in a number of different culture
Meeting the social expectation of several cultures is often source of tree
Families do not have their own culture but instead reflect the culture of the larger society

The culture that includes undesirable behavior of the member of society. Formally condemned but widely
practiced

Real culture
Ideal culture
Sub-culture
Counter culture

This philosophy proclaims the spiritual nature and the universe. It holds that the good, the true and the
beautiful are permanently part of the structure of an unchanging universe

Existentialism
Idealism
Materialism
Realism

What would the aim of a realist education likely be?

Contribute to the development of mind and self


Provide students with the knowledge he will need to survive in the natural world
Give students insights into their traditions and adapting students to society
Meet the need of a growing child rather than emphasize the subject matter

Research that investigates a population at several intervals over a relatively long period of time is called

A cross-sectional study
A residual analysis
Secondary Analysis
Longitudinal research

The process by which a member learns the norms of the group

Accommodation
Aggregation
Compartmentalization

A role or status assigned according to heredity traits without regard to individual preference, ability or
performance

Achieved
Ascribed
Attached
Applied

The area of Philosophy that specifically deals with the problem of human values
criteriology
Epistemology
Theodicy
Axiology
Socialization

Man as an embodied spirit means

Man is a body and soul


Man is a rational animal
Man is a totally, unique core or center, source wellspring of initiative and meaning

A branch of Philosophy that studies the morality of human action

Epistemology
Metaphysics
Ethics
Cosmology

Human beings are living in a human world implies that

Education must help man give meaning to his world of others


Education must develop skills to survive in this world
Education must be relevant to this world
Education must be in the context of societal needs

Man iWhat branch of philosophy is closely related to education because it is concerned with human
knowledge in general and the criteria of truth?

Metaphysics
Epistemology
Logic
Ethics

This philosophy contends that the intellectual faculty of man is higher that the physical faculties

Idealism
Realism
Existentialism
Logical Positivism
s subjective

A research method is which a population, or portion thereof, is questioned in order to reveal specific facts
itself is known as:

A survey
Participant observation
Experiments
Residual analysis

The philosophical study of being, its nature and essence

Axiology
Epistemology
Metaphysics
Rational Psycholo