Using Instructional Materials

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  • 1. 

    One of the instructional materials used to attain instructional objectives.

    • A.

      Field trip

    • B.

      Guidelines

    • C.

      Cover

    • D.

      Key points

    • E.

      Demonstration

    Correct Answer
    A. Field trip
    Explanation
    A field trip is an instructional material that is used to attain instructional objectives. It involves taking students out of the classroom and into real-world settings to provide them with hands-on learning experiences. Field trips allow students to apply their knowledge and skills in a practical context, enhancing their understanding and retention of the subject matter. They provide opportunities for observation, exploration, and interaction with the environment, which can greatly contribute to achieving the desired instructional objectives.

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  • 2. 

    Recognizes possible stumbling blocks to learners and highlights them in some way.

    • A.

      Elaborate

    • B.

      Promote

    • C.

      Good demonstration

    • D.

      Key points

    • E.

      Pantomime

    Correct Answer
    C. Good demonstration
    Explanation
    A good demonstration helps learners by showcasing the correct way to perform a task or understand a concept. It provides a clear and visual representation of the key points, making it easier for learners to grasp the information. This can help to recognize possible stumbling blocks that learners may encounter and address them in advance. By highlighting the correct method through a good demonstration, learners are more likely to understand and retain the information effectively.

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  • 3. 

    It is the art of conveying a story through bodily movements only.

    • A.

      Pantomime

    • B.

      Pageants

    • C.

      Field trip

    • D.

      Guidelines

    • E.

      Experience

    Correct Answer
    A. Pantomime
    Explanation
    Pantomime refers to the art of telling a story using only body movements, without any spoken words. It involves using gestures, facial expressions, and body language to convey emotions, actions, and narrative. Pantomime is often performed in theaters or as a form of entertainment, and it requires skilled performers who can effectively communicate and engage the audience through their physicality. This explanation aligns with the given correct answer of "pantomime."

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  • 4. 

    To avoid misconceptions, it is always good to ask when the material was.

    • A.

      Promote

    • B.

      Produce

    • C.

      Pageants

    • D.

      Meaningful

    • E.

      Experience

    Correct Answer
    B. Produce
    Explanation
    The word "produce" is the correct answer because it is the verb that best fits with the context of the sentence. The sentence is discussing the importance of asking when the material was, implying that the material has been created or made. "Produce" is a verb that means to create or make something, so it aligns perfectly with the context of the sentence. The other options, "promote," "pageants," and "meaningful," do not fit the context and do not make sense in relation to asking about the timing of material.

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  • 5. 

    The chance that the instructional material will be used to the maximum and to the optimum is.

    • A.

      Photograph properly mounted

    • B.

      Materials satisfactory

    • C.

      Condition of material

    • D.

      Increase with teachers guide

    • E.

      Something specific that he learned

    Correct Answer
    D. Increase with teachers guide
    Explanation
    The presence of a teacher's guide can increase the chances that instructional material will be used to its maximum and optimum potential. The teacher's guide provides additional support and guidance to the teacher, helping them effectively utilize the instructional material and ensure that it is used in the most beneficial way for the students.

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  • 6. 

     It requires much time,effort and money.

    • A.

      Field trip

    • B.

      Instructional material

    • C.

      Pageants

    • D.

      Tableau

    • E.

      Guidelines

    Correct Answer
    A. Field trip
    Explanation
    A field trip requires much time, effort, and money because it involves taking students outside of the classroom to visit a specific location or participate in a specific activity. Planning a field trip involves researching and selecting a suitable destination, coordinating transportation, obtaining necessary permissions and waivers, and ensuring the safety and supervision of the students. Additionally, field trips often require financial resources to cover expenses such as transportation costs, entrance fees, and any necessary materials or supplies. Therefore, organizing a field trip can be a complex and resource-intensive process.

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  • 7. 

    It is not a monopoly of the teacher.

    • A.

      Task of demonstration

    • B.

      Key points

    • C.

      Activity demonstration

    • D.

      Good demonstration

    • E.

      Good demonstrator

    Correct Answer
    A. Task of demonstration
    Explanation
    The given answer, "task of demonstration," suggests that the responsibility of demonstrating or showcasing something is not solely limited to the teacher. It implies that anyone can take on the task of demonstrating, regardless of their role or position. This highlights the importance of active participation and engagement from all individuals involved in the learning process, encouraging a collaborative and inclusive approach to demonstrations.

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  • 8. 

    Are usually community dramas that are based on local history, presented by local actors.

    • A.

      Pantomime

    • B.

      Pageants

    • C.

      Tableau

    • D.

      Instructional device

    • E.

      Puppet

    Correct Answer
    B. Pageants
    Explanation
    Pageants are usually community dramas that are based on local history and presented by local actors. They are often large-scale productions that involve a combination of acting, music, dance, and elaborate costumes. Pageants are typically performed outdoors and are meant to entertain and educate the audience about local traditions, culture, and historical events. They provide a platform for the community to come together and celebrate their heritage.

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  • 9. 

     It is the other form dramatized experience .

    • A.

      Role-playing

    • B.

      Puppets

    • C.

      Pageants

    • D.

      Tableau

    • E.

      Key points

    Correct Answer
    A. Role-playing
    Explanation
    Role-playing is the correct answer because it involves individuals assuming the roles of different characters and acting out a scenario or situation. This form of dramatized experience allows participants to explore different perspectives, emotions, and interactions, enhancing their understanding and empathy. It is an effective learning tool that encourages active engagement and facilitates experiential learning. Unlike puppets, pageants, tableau, or key points, role-playing directly involves individuals taking on specific roles and immersing themselves in a simulated experience.

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  • 10. 

    A lay is alright but with all the ground we have to.

    • A.

      Prepare

    • B.

      Cover

    • C.

      Elaborate

    • D.

      Show

    • E.

      Use

    Correct Answer
    B. Cover
    Explanation
    The phrase "A lay is alright but with all the ground we have to cover" suggests that there is a lot of information or topics that need to be addressed or discussed. In this context, "cover" means to deal with or address thoroughly. Therefore, the correct answer is "cover," as it best fits the meaning and context of the sentence.

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  • 11. 

    He seems not able to cite something specific that he learned from the field trip.

    • A.

      Einstein

    • B.

      Harrington

    • C.

      Linus

    • D.

      Maxwell

    • E.

      Collin

    Correct Answer
    C. Linus
    Explanation
    The statement suggests that the person in question is unable to mention or provide any specific information or knowledge that they acquired from the field trip. Among the given options, Linus is the most suitable answer as he is known for his lack of ability to recall or cite specific details.

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  • 12. 

     They are the ones at which an error is likely to be made.

    • A.

      Activity demonstration

    • B.

      Good demonstration

    • C.

      Key points

    • D.

      task demonstration

    • E.

      Good demonstrator

    Correct Answer
    C. Key points
    Explanation
    Key points are the ones at which an error is likely to be made. This suggests that when presenting information or demonstrating a task, the key points are the areas where mistakes are most likely to occur. By focusing on these key points, one can identify and address potential errors, ensuring a more accurate and effective demonstration or presentation.

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  • 13. 

     they are not our own self-experiences but still experiences in the sense that we see.

    • A.

      indirect experiences

    • B.

      Direct experiences

    • C.

      Purposeful experiences

    • D.

      good demonstration

    • E.

      Activity experiences

    Correct Answer
    A. indirect experiences
    Explanation
    Indirect experiences refer to experiences that are not directly encountered or lived by oneself, but are still experiences that can be observed or witnessed. These experiences may come from observing others, reading about them, or hearing about them from others. While they are not personal or first-hand experiences, they still provide a sense of understanding or knowledge about a particular situation or event.

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