GENED7 MIDTERM
  • 1. _____ opines that science is going to be one of the most important school subjects in the future
A) John Dewey
B) Marx
C) Knight
D) Tilghman
  • 2. The first science class in the Manila science high school has how many students?
A) 36
B) 28
C) 40
D) 24
  • 3. What is the aim of the MSHS?
A) to create mad scientists
B) To create scientist with souls
C) To create humane scientists
D) to create an army of scientists
  • 4. This was established on October 1, 1963 and aims to produce scientists with souls so humanities and other electives are included
A) Manila Science Highschool
B) Central Visayan Institute Founndation
C) Philippine Science Highschool system
D) Quezon City Regional Science Highschool
E) Special Science Elementary Schools project
  • 5. In basic education, ____ said that, science eduation develops positive attitude such as the love for knowledgee, passion for innovative things, curiosity to study about nature, and creativity
A) Lind
B) Chaille & Britain
C) Carale & campo
D) Worth & Grollman
  • 6. This project is in pursuance to DepEd Order no. 73 s. 2008 and DepEd order no. 51 s. 2010 that envisions developing Filipino children who are equipped with scientific and technological knowledge, skills and attitudes, creative and have positive values.
A) Quezon City Regional Science Highschool
B) Manila Science Highschool
C) Central Visayan Institute Founndation
D) Special Science Elementary Schools project
E) Philippine Science Highschool system
  • 7. ____ is the home and pioneer of the prominent school-based innovation known as the Dynamic Learning Program.
A) Special Science Elementary Schools project
B) Quezon City Regional Science Highschool
C) Manila Science Highschool
D) Central Visayan Institute Founndation
E) Philippine Science Highschool system
  • 8. ____ said Science education develops a citizenry that will meet the goals of science in the society
A) Tilghman
B) John Dewey
C) Marx
D) Knight
  • 9. In basic education, ____ said that science education includes important skills such as process skills, critical thinking skills, and life skills that are needed in coping up with daily life activities
A) Chaille & Britain
B) Worth & Grollman
C) Lind
D) Carale & campo
  • 10. When was the Manila Science high school formally separated from Manila High?
A) October 1, 1963
B) October 24, 1963
C) October 15, 1963
D) October 12, 1963
  • 11. This was established on September 17, 1967 that is a product of a dream to establish a special science school for talented students in science and mathematics
A) Central Visayan Institute Founndation
B) Quezon City Regional Science Highschool
C) Special Science Elementary Schools project
D) Philippine Science Highschool system
  • 12. When was the first science class opened at the Manila Science high school?
A) November 15, 1957
B) November 30, 1992
C) November 25, 1959
D) November 20, 1959
  • 13. ______ stressed the importance of utilizing the natural environment to teach students.
A) Tilghman
B) John Dewey
C) Knight
D) Marx
  • 14. ____ said that science education provides skills and knowledge that are necessary for a person to live
A) Knight
B) Tilghman
C) Marx
D) John Dewey
  • 15. This order refers to assisting teachers do science activities.
A) RA 5506
B) Bulletin no. 15 s. 1954
C) Bulletin no. 27 s. 1953
D) RA 2067
  • 16. The aim of this institution is to develop science educators
A) Philippine Association of Science Teachers
B) Summer Institute
C) Master of Arts in Teaching
D) Science Education project
  • 17. On what year was the public school system organized and introduced by the US in the Philippines?
A) 1935
B) 1940
C) 1904
D) 1901
  • 18. On this year, Science was first introduced by the Americans under the subject nature study
A) 1935
B) 1904
C) 1901
D) 1940
  • 19. This order refers to the construction of science laboratories
A) RA 2067
B) Bulletin no. 15 s. 1954
C) RA 5506
D) Bulletin no. 27 s. 1953
  • 20. This institution aims to improves science and math teachers, textbooks, and equipment.
A) Philippine Association of Science Teachers
B) Master of Arts in Teaching
C) Science Education project
D) Summer Institute
  • 21. This institution's greatest concern was the education of the teachers.
A) Science Education project
B) Master of Arts in Teaching
C) Philippine Association of Science Teachers
D) Summer Institute
  • 22. On this year, Science was again introduced but focusing on Nature and Health
A) 1935
B) 1904
C) 1901
D) 1940
  • 23. Which of the following law refers to the Enhanced Basic Education act of 2013 which is responsible for bringing the K-12 curriculum?
A) RA 1606
B) RA 2555
C) RA 10533
D) RA 2067
  • 24. This institution reviews the teaching of science in the Philippines and improve skills of inquiry and creative thinking of students.
A) Philippine Association of Science Teachers
B) Master of Arts in Teaching
C) Summer Institute
D) Science Education project
  • 25. The ___ is known as the Act providing for the maintenance of the Science Education Center of University of the Philippines.
A) RA 2067
B) Bulletin no. 27 s. 1953
C) Bulletin no. 15 s. 1954
D) RA 5506
  • 26. The ____ is known as the science act of 1958
A) Bulletin no. 15 s. 1954
B) RA 5506
C) RA 2067
D) Bulletin no. 27 s. 1953
  • 27. Happiness is obtained when you do something good or positive.
A) Nicomachean ethics
B) Behaviorist
C) Neurologists
D) Psychology
  • 28. What is the first step in the scientific method?
A) conduct experiment
B) observe
C) formulate conclusion
D) formulate hypothesis
E) gather and analyzee
  • 29. In this concept, Happiness is gained when you become a better person
A) Eudaimonia
B) Nicomachean ethics
C) Philosophy
D) Hedonist
  • 30. What is the fifth step in the scientific method?
A) formulate hypothesis
B) conduct experiment
C) determine the problem
D) Gather and analyze
E) formulate conclusion
  • 31. What is the second step in the scientific method?
A) conduct experiment
B) formulate hypothesis
C) determine the problem
D) formulate conclusion
E) gather and analyzee
  • 32. What is the sixth step in the scientific method?
A) formulate hypothesis
B) conduct experiment
C) formulate conclusion
D) determine the problem
E) gather and analyzee
  • 33. ______'s science practice is characterized by its continual effort to test theories and aims at the production of new, falsifiable predictions
  • 34. Happiness means the absence of pain
A) Eudaimonia
B) Hedonist
C) Philosophy
D) Nicomachean ethics
  • 35. The ____ is described as the pinnacle of happiness that is attainable by humans
A) Philosophy
B) Nicomachean ethics
C) Eudaimonia
D) Hedonist
  • 36. Happiness is caused by positive or pleasant emotions like intense joy. This definition of Happiness is according to _____
A) Nicomachean ethics
B) Behaviorist
C) Psychology
D) Neurologists
  • 37. Happiness comes from 4 components which is Phronesis, Friendship, Wealth, and Power
A) Philosophy
B) Eudaimonia
C) Hedonist
D) Nicomachean ethics
  • 38. Happiness is the experience of hormones called Dopamine or also known as "Happy Hormone" that is released by the brain as a reward for a behavior that prolongs survival
A) Behaviorist
B) Nicomachean ethics
C) Psychology
D) Neurologists
  • 39. Humans of today are expected to become _____
A) die for the society
B) man of the world
C) Sacrifice for greater good
D) a person for himself
  • 40. The _____ allows the emergence of theories that is rejected by the verification Theory
A) Vienna Circle
B) Assuming and Feeler theory
C) Falsification Theory
D) Verification Theory
  • 41. ____ is the habit of making the right decisions and taking the right actions in context, and relentless pursuit of excellence for the common good.
A) Philosophy
B) Nicomachean ethics
C) Phronesis
D) Eudaimonia
  • 42. This school of thought believes that this world is only temporary where we have to maneuver around while waiting for death to return to the hands of God
A) hedonism
B) theism
C) materialism
D) stoicism
E) humanism
  • 43. This school of thought believes that humans are individuals who are in control of themselves and the world outside them.
A) stoicism
B) theism
C) hedonism
D) materialism
E) humanism
  • 44. Access to education provided to more individuals generally creates a more informed public and increases the community's _______
A) Literacy rate
B) Average lifespan
C) Mortality rate
D) GDP
  • 45. This school of thought believes that to generate happiness, one must learn to distance oneself and be apathetic
A) hedonism
B) humanism
C) materialism
D) theism
E) stoicism
  • 46. this refers to the extinction to the ongoing extinction of flora and fauna due to human activity
A) Holocene extinction
B) holocaust extinction
C) anthropoda extinction
D) Hololive
  • 47. This school of thought believes that to be happy, you should not care for each and everything in this world and follow the flow.
A) hedonism
B) humanism
C) materialism
D) theism
E) stoicism
  • 48. This school of thought believes that happiness is to be with God
A) materialism
B) hedonism
C) theism
D) humanism
E) stoicism
  • 49. This school of thought is led by Democritus and Leucippus and they believed that the world is made up of and is controlled by tiny indivisible units in the world called atomos.
A) humanism
B) materialism
C) stoicism
D) theism
E) hedonism
  • 50. Happiness is the be all and end all of everything we do. This idea is claimed by ______
A) Socrates
B) Tinidor
C) Plato
D) Aristotle
  • 51. The older generation and the generation now has differences with each other and is called ______.
A) gap moe
B) conflict
C) Generation gap
D) Misunderstandings
  • 52. now, lesser women and children die during birth lessening the ______
A) Literacy rate
B) Mortality rate
C) Average lifespan
D) GDP
  • 53. This school of thought believes that there is no need to posit immaterial entities as a source of purpose .
A) humanism
B) stoicism
C) hedonism
D) theism
E) materialism
  • 54. people now engage less in combat and are less likely to die in treatable diseases now as opposed then. This is heightening the people's _______.
A) Mortality rate
B) Average lifespan
C) GDP
D) Literacy rate
  • 55. This school of thought believes that the end goal of life is acquiring pleasure and indulging in it.
A) humanism
B) materialism
C) theism
D) stoicism
E) hedonism
  • 56. This school of thought's mantra is "Eat, Drink, and be merry for tomorrow we die."
A) stoicism
B) humanism
C) theism
D) materialism
E) hedonism
  • 57. This school of thought believes that a man should be free and not be shackled by anything.
A) theism
B) materialism
C) stoicism
D) hedonism
E) humanism
  • 58. A type of robot that is used for noncommercial tasks, usually by laypersons and examples are automated wheelchair and mobility assist robot.
A) industrial robot
B) professional service robot
C) service robot
D) personal service robot
  • 59. _____ is the ability to perform intended tasks based on current state and sensing without human intervention
A) Autonomy
B) Robotics
C) Artificial Intelligence
D) Actuation
  • 60. A type of robot that performs useful tasks for humans or equipment excluding industrial application
A) personal service robot
B) service robot
C) professional service robot
D) industrial robot
  • 61. Who was the pioneer that succeeded to send images through wires?
A) Paul Nipkow
B) Boris Rosing
C) Alan Archibald Campbell-Swinton
D) Martin Cooper
  • 62. A type of robot that is used for commercial tasks, usually operated by a properly trained operator. Examples of this are cleaning robot, delivery robot, firefighting robot and surgery robot.
A) professional service robot
B) industrial robot
C) personal service robot
D) service robot
  • 63. Who formulated the Three laws of Robotics?
A) Deirdre Kowalski
B) Isaac Asimov
C) George Devol
D) Katase Narukami
  • 64. On what year did mobile phones became a must have among young Filipinos?
A) 2010
B) 2005
C) 2012
D) 2009
  • 65. Who was considered as the father of computers?
A) Osborne
B) Jacquard Loom
C) Charles Babbage
D) Howard Atkinson
  • 66. Who made the first call ever on a cellphone?
A) Paul Nipkow
B) Martin Cooper
C) Alan Archibald Campbell-Swinton
D) Boris Rosing
  • 67. Who invented Unimate, the first material handling robot?
A) Isaac Asimov
B) Deirdre Kowalski
C) George Devol
D) Katase Narukami
  • 68. Who discovered a new system for television by using CRTs?
A) Alan Archibald Campbell-Swinton
B) Paul Nipkow
C) Boris Rosing
D) Martin Cooper
  • 69. Who discovered a new system for television by using CRTs?
A) Paul Nipkow
B) Martin Cooper
C) Alan Archibald Campbell-Swinton
D) Boris Rosing
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