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2nd Formative Test in Grade 6

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  • Q1

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    The amount of water on Earth remains constant. But its form is always changing from solid to liquid, from liquid to gas, and back again. It moves in a pattern called the water cycle. The heat from the sun causes the water in the oceans, lakes, and rivers to evaporate into vapor. Further, vapor is given off by plants and animals.

     Identify the purpose of the given short text.

    all of these

    To instruct

    to inform

    to persuade

    30s
  • Q2

    The amount of water on Earth remains constant. But its form is always changing from solid to liquid, from liquid to gas, and back again. It moves in a pattern called the water cycle. The heat from the sun causes the water in the oceans, lakes, and rivers to evaporate into vapor. Further, the vapor is given off by plants and animals.

    What type of informational text is this?

    Classification 

    Procedural

    Argumentative

    Description 

    30s
  • Q3

    Which of the following statement contain biased information?

    You must try the beautiful scenery of Mt. Samat in Bataan.

    The amazing view of Mt. Samat captivates the aesthetic sense of its visitors.

    My friends appreciated the beauty of nature in Mt. Samat. 

    Mt. Samat is the most beautiful Tourist attraction in Bataan.

    30s
  • Q4

    Solves percent problems such as percent of increase / decrease (discounts, original price , rate of discount, sale price, marked up price), commission, sales tax and simple interest. (Analyzing) -Week 4-M6NS-IIe-44

    Jana borrowed P3000 from a bank that gives 5% per annum on every personal loan. How much money will she have paid the bank after a year?

    P 3100

    P 4000

    P 3500

    P 3150

    30s
  • Q5

    Andrew got 40 % off the price of a pair of shoes marked P350. How much did she pay for the shoes?

    P 130

    P 210

     P 100

    P 230

    30s
  • Q6

    Compares integers with other numbers such as a whole numbers, fraction and decimals (Applying) -Week 7 6NS-IIg-152

    56 + ( -32 ) =

    -24

    88

    -88

    +24

    30s
  • Q7

    ( -72 )  + ( -35 ) =

    -107

    -37

    37

    107

    30s
  • Q8

    Where is food finally digested and absorbed?

    Anus.

    Small intestine. 

    Stomach.

    Large intestine.

    30s
  • Q9

    Which of these systems of the human body function together to move and control body parts?

    Circulatory, skeletal and reproductive.

    Integumentary, digestive and respiratory. 

    Nervous, skeletal and muscular.

    Muscular, digestive and respiratory.

    30s
  • Q10

    Discuss the interactions  among living and non living things in tropical  rainforests, coral reefs and  mangrove swamps.

    1.What kind of interaction is shown when one organism kills another organism for food? 

    predation

    parasitism 

    commensalism

    mutualism

    30s
  • Q11

    Why is there a need to protect and conserve the mangrove swamp ecosystem?

    It protects sea animals like sponges, mollusks and crustaceans. 

    It provides livelihood to the farmers.

    It serves as breeding or nesting grounds of fishes.

    It is home to animals like jaguar, monkey and owl. 

    30s
  • Q12

    Explain how different  organ system work together.  

    What happens after an impulse has been interrupted by the brain? It is transmitted to the ______________.

    Cerebellum and then sent to the spinal cord.

    Spinal cord and then sent to the bones.

    Cerebrum and then sent to the spinal column.

    Spinal cord and then sent to the motor nerves in the muscles.

    30s
  • Q13

    How do musculo-skeletal system worked together? Muscles attached to the _________________

    Ribs and spinal column and thus it produce movement.

    Skin and produced movement by the help of the epidermis.

    Bones and produced movement by contracting and relaxing.

    Cartilage thus producing movement.

    30s
  • Q14

    Naipakikita ang kahalagahan ng pagiging responsable sa kapuwa sa pamamagitan ng pagtupad ng pangako o pinagkasunduan.

    Paano mo tutuparin ang isang pangako?

    Tutuparin ito na may kahalong yamot.

    Tutuparin ito na buo ang loob

    Ang titik A at B ay tama.

    Tutuparin ito na bukal sa kalooban.

    30s
  • Q15

    Ano ang gagawin mo sa isang pangakong di natupad?

    Lahat ng nabanggit ay tama

    Gawin itong inspirasyon upang baguhin ang sarili.

    Hihingi ng kapatawaran dahil sa hindi pagtupad nito

    Maging leksyon na huwag mangako kung di kayang tuparin.

    30s

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