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<p>Licensure Examination for Teachers - Reviewer</p> <p>With genuine intent and unrelenting desire of the authors to enrich the horizon of knowledge and competence o f the teacher education students, this reviewer was made as reference for Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET). This LET reviewer contains 1,544 multiple choice test items generated from general and professional/major subjects o f the Bachelor o f Secondary and Elementary Education Programs. The test items are made based on NCBTS and PRC learning competencies. The key to corrections are also provided with prime purpose to guide reviewees and reviewers o f the different concepts, facts or information and some sets o f procedures presented by the test constructors. In order to be facilitated in the review, the following are very indispensable concerns to take note.</p> <p>Guidelines in Using this Book1. This book is your personal treasure in preparing for your licensure exam. As such, you can answer directly on this book and write notes for easy reference. 2. Schedule your review sessions and stick to your schedule. Planning ahead is as important as staying focused. Exercises and drills sharpen ones skills and enhance recalling facts. 3. Try to answer the questions in this book with the allotted time frame so that you could practice answering quickly and with time pressure. Refer to the key to correction after you have answered everything. 4. ALWAYS read and follow instructions carefully. Dont be in a hurry to proceed to the test proper without reading well the instructions. Correct answers will not be considered if you did not follow instructions. 5. Having an adequate sleep, eating well and staying calm is a preparation for the review. It will make not only your mind to be ready but also your body.</p> <p>Preparing fo r the Examination Day1. FAMILIARIZE yourself with the contents o f the examination. To pass the LET entails one to have deep and wide-ranging knowledge. Remember that to have STOCK knowledge and enhanced SKILL in taking examinations will give great bearing in the results later on. 2. A day before the exam, make sure that you have visited the venue to be acquainted with the place.</p> <p>Licensure Examination for Teachers - Reviewer3. Make sure that everyming you need is ready before leaving the house. Check your belongings. 4. Be at the testing center 30 minutes before the exam. This will allow you to compose yourself before the exam. 5. Always wear or bring with you a watch to keep track o f your time. In this way, you could budget your time with the questions. 6. Make yourself comfortable during the exam. Take a deep breath, sit properly and relax. 7. PRAY. Ask the guidance o f the Infinite.</p> <p>During the Examination1. Listen carefully as the examiner/proctor reads the instructions. FOLLOW the instructions carefully. 2. Read and analyze the questions very well. Look for distracters and use your intelligent guess to eliminate impossible choices. 3. Dont stay too long in one item. Leave difficult items but make sure to make a small mark beside the number for you to get back on them if you havfe time. 4. Stay focused and concentrate with the test. Keep track of your time. 5. Make sure that all items are answered. If you are not sure o f the answer, make an educated guess from the options.</p> <p>Licensure Exam ination fo r T e a ch e rs - R e view er ____________________________</p> <p>IK</p> <p>V</p> <p>TABLE OF CONTENTS 6Page Prelim inaries P refac e ......................................................................................................................................... i A cknow ledgm ent...................................................................................................................... iii Foreword from University Dean o f the College o f Education Cagayan State U n iv ersity ...................................................................................... Subject Areas English (Grammar) - 100 items ........................................................................................... 1 iv</p> <p>The Teaching o f Listening and Reading - 74 i t e m s ......................................................11 Filipino - 100 items ................... ..............................................................................................25 Mathematics - 60 items ................................................................................................... 38</p> <p>Chemistry - 100 ite m s ............................................................................................................... 44 Biochemistry - 95items ............................................................................................................ 61 Physical Science - 150 ite m s ...................................................................................................72 General Biology - 100 ite m s ................................................................................................ 94 Child and Adolescent Psychology - 100 items ......................................................... 107 120</p> <p>Macro-Microeconomics - 85 ite m s .................................................................................</p> <p>Econom ic D evelopm ent Planning and Strategies - 60 i t e m s ............................ 132 The Teaching Profession - 100 ite m s .................................................................................142 Assessment o f Student Learning 1 - 1 0 0 i te m s ....................................... .. .............. 155 Facilitating Learning - 100 ite m s .........................................................................................170 Educational Technology - 100 ite m s ..................................................................................184 Philippine Constitution 70 items .......................................................................................199 World History and Civilization 1 - 8 0 ite m s ............................................................... Social Research Methodology Appendices Appendix A - Key to Corrections 207</p> <p>50 ite m s ...................................................................... 217</p> <p>225</p> <p>iBSKSKXVENGLISH(GRAMMAR) Directions: Select the option that best describes the arrangement o f clauses within each sentence. Sometimes the description will refer to only the underlined part of a sentence. Read all the options carefully before making your choice. Shade the circle that corresponds to your answer in your answer sheet. Only one circle should be blackened. 1. Before Jonathan bought his new car, he remembered that his grandmother might give him her old Toyota. A. The independent clause is "Before Jonathan bought his new car." B. The independent clause in this sentence contains only two words. C. There are two independent clauses here. D. There are three dependent clauses here. 2. Jasmin's wrist began to hurt, and her mother made a doctor's appointment for her. A. The underlined part is the sole independent clause here. B. The real independent clause begins with "and." C. This sentence contains two independent clauses. D. This sentence has one dependent clause. 3. Roaming around the park in her little sports car. Joan began to feel, at last, like a millionaire. A. The underlined part is the independent clause. B. Trick question: there is no independent clause. C. The independent clause begins with "Joan." D. The underlined part is a dependent clause. 4. Although Howell had taken several courses in computer science, he couldn't solve the problems with his hard drive. A. The underlined part is the independent clause. B. The independent clause begins with the word "he." C. The sentence contains two independent clauses. D. The sentence has two dependent clauses. 5. The Ginebra have begun their long journey back to championship basketball, working seriously on fundamentals and beginning to attract new fans to the game. A. The sentence is one long independent clause. B. The sentence contains two independent clauses. C. Only the underlined part is the independent clause. D. Only the non-underlined part is the dependent clause.</p> <p>1</p> <p>Licensure Examination for Teachers - Reviewer6. Osmund wanted to spend the night studying, but his mother had other ideas. A. The sentence contains two independent clauses. B. Only the underlined part o f the sentence is an independent clause. C. The sentence is one long independent clause (with a compound verb). D. The sentence has one dependent clause.</p> <p>kW</p> <p>7. The crowd began to clap and cheer as the team entered through a cloud o f smoke. A. The sentence contains two independent clauses. B. The independent clause begins with the word "as." C. The underlined part is the independent clause. D. The sentence has no dependent clause. 8. Ronald worked his wav up to middle management but kept on wishing for a better job. A. The underlined part o f the sentence is the independent clause. B. The sentence is one independent clause. C. The sentence contains two independent clauses. D. The sentence contains one dependent clause. 9. Gilbert began to leap around the room when his sister fed him the ialapeno peppers. A. The independent clause is the part o f the sentence not underlined. B. The independent clause is the part o f the sentence that is underlined. C. The sentence contains two independent clauses D. The sentence has two dependent clauses. 10. Kristine signed the contract but never agreed to purchase the CDs. A. This sentence contains two independent clauses. B. The underlined part is the complete independent clause. C. The entire sentence is one independent clause. D. This sentence has one dependent clause. 11. The doctor told Charlie to lose weight and exercise vigorously for forty five minutes a day. A. This sentence has two independent clauses. B. This sentence has no independent clauses. C. This sentence has one independent clause. D. This sentence is one long independent clause. 12. The doctor was worried that Charlie was putting on too much weight. A. The section in bold is an independent clause. B. The independent clause is "The doctor was worried." C. This sentence has no independent clause. D. This sentence has two independent clauses.</p> <p>2</p> <p>Licensure Exam ination fo r T e a ch e rs - R e view er13. Charlie has a hard time sticking to a diet; he really loves rich, sweet desserts. A. This sentence has two independent clauses. B. This sentence has one independent clause. C. This sentence has no independent clauses. D. This sentence has no dependent clause. 14. In fact, the last time he tried to lose weight, he ended up actually gaining weight. A. "he ended up actually gaining weight" is the only independent clause. B. The section in bold is the independent clause. C. This sentence has two independent clauses. D. This sentence has two dependent clauses. 15. Charlie has decided to hire a personal trainer because he is worried about his heart. A. The section in bold is an independent clause. B. This sentence has two independent clauses. C. "Charlie has decided to hire a personal trainer" is the independent clause. D. The section not in bold is the dependent clause. Directions: Choose the sentence that expresses the thought clearly and that has no error in structure/spelling. 16. A. The farmer did plow, plant, harvest his corn in record time. B. The farmer plowed, planted, and harvested his corn in record time. C. The farmer plowed, has planted and has harvested his corn in record time. D. The farmer has plowed, planted, and harvested his corn in record time. A. The weather service B. The weather service C. The weather service D. The weather service expects temperatures to not increase. expects temperatures not to increase. expects temperatures not to rise. expects temperatures to not rise.</p> <p>17.</p> <p>18.</p> <p>A. Having called the other students and they, the secretary went home. B. Having called the other students and we, the secretary went home. C. Having called the other students and us. the secretary went home. D. Having called the other students and ourselves, the secretary went home. A. The examinees need two sharpened pencils, calculator and ball pen. B. The examinees need double pencils simply a calculator and ball pen. C. The examinees need pencils, a calculator and a ball pen. D. The examinees need two pencils, a simple calculator and a ball pen.</p> <p>19.</p> <p>3</p> <p>Licensure Examination for Teachers - Reviewer20. A. Neither he looked in the cabinet nor under the table. B. He neither looked in the cabinet nor under the table. C. He looked neither in the cabinet nor under the table. D. He looked in neither the cabinet nor under the table. A. B. C. D. Sonny was told to study harder and that he must curtail his social life. Sonny studied harder and that he curtailed his social life. Sonny was told to study harder and to curtail his social life. Sonny was told to study harder which he curtailed his social life.</p> <p>KV</p> <p>21.</p> <p>22. A. I want to travel to India with my friends, but I couldn't find enough money. B. I wanted to travel to India with my friends, but I will not be able to find enough money. C. I wanted to travel to India with my friends, but I couldn't find enough money. D. I couldnt find enough money but I want to travel to India. 23. A. France is a lovely country. It has some beautiful beaches. B. France is a lovely country. It had some beautiful beaches. C. France was a lovely country. It has some beautiful beaches. D. France was a lovely country and it has some beautiful beaches. A. B. C. D. She hated playing the piano, but can sing beautifully. She hates playing the piano, but could sing beautifully. She hates playing the piano, but can sing beautifully. She hated playing the piano but would sing beautifully.</p> <p>24.</p> <p>25. A. We left home first thing in the morning and arrive late at night. B. We left home first thing in the morning and arrived late at night. C. We leave home first thing in the morning and arrived late at night. D. We leave home first thing in the morning and will arrive late at night. 26. A. The children brush their teeth everyday. B. The children are brushing their teeth everyday. C. The children who are blushing their teeth everyday. D. The children have brushed their teeth everyday. A. The B. The C. The D. The students has not complied with the course requirements last semester. students have not complied with the course requirements last semester. students did not complied with the course requirements last semester. students will not comply with the course requirements last semester.</p> <p>27.</p> <p>28.</p> <p>A. I didnt saw Ely in the meeting this morning. B. She was sick but I did not knew that. C. Do you think she will be able to came tomorrow? D. We just hope shell get well very soon.</p> <p>Licensure Examination fo r Teachers - Reviewer29. A. We wore our graduation gowns before the year ends. B. He shall have worn his new suit to the party. C. Alice worn her scapul...</p>