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P ROFESSIONAL EDUCATION FAC. LEARNING , CHILD AND ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT 125 3. FACILITATING LEARNING , CHILD AND ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT 20% COMPETENCIES 3.1 Analyze the cogniti ve, metacognitive, motivational socio - cultural factors that affect learning 5% 3.2 Apply theories of learning and development to the teaching - learning process 8% 3.3 Draw educational implications of research findings related to child and adolescent learning and development along with the biological, linguistic, cognitive, social and psychological dimensions 5% that promotes fairness among learners of various cultures, family background, and gender 2% 3.1 Analyze the cognitive, metacognitive, motivational socio - cultural factors that affect learning SITUATION Read the following then answer question #1. graduate. Greta has always liked to write. She reall y likes to become a better writer because she wants to be a journalist someday. 1. Who is likely to be more focused on the writing activity and why? A. Greta, because she is intrinsically motivated. B. Nita because she is extrinsically motivated. C. Both, because they are both motivated anyway. D. It cannot be determined. Motivation fluctuates. 2. What is/are more likely to happen when a student gets intrinsically motivated? I. Tackles assigned task willingly II. Eager to learn classroom material III. Engaged in meaningful learning A. I, II and III C. I and II B. I and III D. II and III 3. Which apply/applies to extrinsically motivated learners? I. Tend to process information superficially II. Tend to be content with meeting minimum requirements III. Achieve at high level A. I and II C. I and III B. II only D. I only 126 LET Comprehensive Reviewer Based on NCBTS and Table of Specifications (TOS) Read the following then answer questions 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8. 4. Which statement about Joe is CO RRECT? A. Has a low sense of self - efficacy C. Has no sense of self - efficacy B. Has a high sense of self - efficacy D. Wants to be sure of his self - efficacy 5. Which drive can motivate him to perform the learning task? The drive to ______________. A. achieve C. affiliate B. have power D. to be free 6. To which factor can you attribute his perceived inability to perform the task? To a factor ______________. I. within him III. which is stable II. outside his control IV. within his control A. I and IV C. I only B. II and III D. IV only 7. Is it possible to motivate this type of student? A. Yes, he can do something with his ability. B. Yes, he can change the nature of his job. C. No, it is impossible to motivate a student who himself is not motivated. D. No, motivation is totally dep endent on the student. No person outside him can influence him. 8. To which problem does the case of the student allude? I. U nmotivated students III. Extremely difficult learning tasks II. Uncaring teachers IV. Incompetent teachers A. I and III C. II and ...