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LICENSURE EXAMINATION FOR TEACHERS (LET)
Major Field of Concentration/Specialization
COMPETENCIES TO BE TESTED:
1. Philosophical and Moral Foundations of Values Formation (15%)
- Explain the philosophical and moral foundations of values formation.
- Recognize the distinction between subjective cultural values and objective moral values
- Describe the nature of human beings.
- Explain the formation of the intellect and the will
2. Values Development and Formation (15%)
- Describe the nature of values and the morally-oriented person,
- Demonstrate reflective skills in examining one’s potential for self-development
- Demonstrate enhanced knowledge of values of introspection toward awareness of
- Apply skills in promoting self-change.
3. The Goals of Values Education in the Philippines (10%)
- Evaluate the goals of values education in the Philippines
- Assess the effects explanations of values education in the Philippines
4. Sources of Values and Factors in Values Development (15%)
- Identify sources of values
- Describe how family, media, church, community and society affect the values of children
- Evaluate the effects of the value sources
5. Approaches and Strategies in values Development (15%)
- Identify the major approaches in values development
- Explain the strategies and techniques in values development and the application in specific valuing situations
- Describe the approaches in the valuing process
6. The Moral Recovery Program (10%)
- Describe the Moral Recovery Program
- Evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of the Filipino values
- Present effective strategies in the MRP that are applicable in specific situations
- Demonstrate skill, in integrating and evaluating the concept and the core values as practiced
7. The impact of the Information and Technology-Driven Society and the Growing Global Village in values of the People (5%)
- Comprehend the impact of the information and technology-driven society and the growing global village on the values of a people.
- Demonstrate appreciation and respect for global ecumenism.
8. Commitment to Social Responsibility and Accountability (5%)
- Demonstrate enhanced competencies in facilitating and managing valuing process
- Demonstrate commitment to social responsibility and accountability in values education and in moral recovery program.
9. Evaluation of the Affective Outcomes of Learning (10%)
- Identify effective evaluation instruments for evaluating the affective outcomes of learning
- Demonstrate ability to evaluate the affective outcomes of learning.
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Values formation begin with reality entering through the external senses, these images of reality are processed through
One of the fundamental characteristics of cultural values is that it is subjective. This means:
For an integrated individual to have a meaningful existence, it is a must that:
Moral values are understood and practiced through the formation of the intellect and will. The following statements refer to the formation of the intellect except:
The human person is endowed with faculties for optimum development. Which of the following is the proper consequence of this statement?
“People are born good.” Was a philosophy advanced by Jean Jacques Rousseau. Which of the following statement is most closely related to this philosophy?
Which of the following statements concur with the objectivity of values?
The immutability of values allows values education teacher to do the following except one. Which is the exception?
Which of the statements show the theory of Hobbes about human nature?
Which of the following is not a characteristic of the subjectivity of values?
The material and spiritual nature of the human person makes him/her capable of doing the following except one. Which is the exception?
Theory in moral philosophy by which actions are judged to the right or wrong according to their consequences.
The human person is an embodied spirit. This statement means
Which of the following is not a correct relationship of freedom and responsibility?
Which of the following best characterizes the nature of the human person?
Theory in which human behavior can be explained by references to the two primary motives of pleasure and pain.
The emotion as appetitive faculty of the human person may help him/her to become more fully human as in these situations except one. Which is an exception?
It is impossible to talk of human existence apart from the human body. Which of the following statements is not correct?
The historicity of the human person proved that his/her existence in the world in an existence of time. Which of the following concepts best describe this philosophy?
Which of the following statements explicate the theory of Bentham’s understanding of the human nature?
The following concepts best describe the personhood of human beings. Which of the following is the best answer?
For Martin Heidegger, “human existence is an unfinished striving for uncertain goals, never fully attained.” Which of the following concepts does not justify this philosophy?
The development of the human person should be guided by the framework that:
Which concept best illustrates how the Moral Law relates to Martin Buber’s philosophy of I – Thou relationship?
To be a moral person is to:
The immutability of values compels the person to:
Which of these statements does not concur with the characteristics of values?
Councilor K proposes an ordinance to ban tabloids in the city. Which of the following is not an objective premise for this ordinance?
The human person as an embodied spirit fulfills being human by:
Which is a correct concept of the human person’s freedom?
Which of the following does not characterize the nature of a human person?
The rationality of the human person does not help in actualizing his/her being human if he/she
Educating the intellect is one major goal of values education whether done formally or informally. Which of the following is not as acceptable way of educating the intellect?
Which statement is true about conscience?
Values education helps in the person ‘s strengthening the will through:
Formation of intellect and will is dependent on many factors. Which of the following should be of the least consideration?
Which of the following should be done in order to maximize the formation of intellect effectively among children?
The ultimate essence of being and becoming human is:
Which of the following conditions best exemplifies the position of a good action done on account of an evil motive?
Which of the following statements is not true as regards to the philosophy of St. Augustine?
For Martin Hiedegger, human is “Dassein.” Which of the following statement is true to this philosophy?
Which of the following statements is not acceptable regarding the effect of motive on action?
Which of the following concepts explain the somatic level of human nature?
The universality of human nature allows the person to:
“Knowing – what – is – right – means – doing – what – is – right” is thee recurring dictum of Socrates. Which of the following statement is most closely related to this philosophy?
Which of the following statements is the tool for knowing and understanding the nature of the human person?
Which of the following statement justifies the concept that human is the only being in action?
Values which are professed but unused are worthless or worse phony goodness and sometimes use as rationalization for not changing. This means
Marie wants to find out how she can evaluate her performance in order to improve personally and professionally. Which of the following should she first undertake?
Ms. Dy, a teacher for more than twenty years, could feel a little depression and frustration for the past few days. She decided to take time out to evaluate some of her beliefs and values which may be the source of what she is currently feeling. She would like to know what she needs to do or at least embrace on some healthier and more functional beliefs and values. This can be done through