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DISASTER READINESS AND RISK REDUCTION THIRD QUARTER SUMMATIVE TEST

Quiz by Daisy Velacruz

Grade 11-12
Disaster Readiness and Risk Reduction
Philippines Curriculum: SHS Core Subjects (MELC)

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Measures 16 skills from
Grade 11-12
Disaster Readiness and Risk Reduction
Philippines Curriculum: SHS Core Subjects (MELC)

DRR11/12-Ia-b-1
DRR11/12-Ia-b-2
DRR11/12-Ia-b-3
DRR11/12-Ia-b-6
DRR11/12-Ic-8
DRR11/12-Ic-9
DRR11/12-Id-12
DRR11/12-Id-13
DRR11/12-Ie-16
DRR11/12-If-g-17
DRR11/12-If-g-18
DRR11/12-If-g-19
DRR11/12-If-g-20
DRR11/12-Ih-i-22
DRR11/12-Ih-i-24
DRR11/12-Ih-i-25

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  • Q1

    Which of the following is described the nature of disaster?

    Proper and vital

    Natural and destructive

    Needed and essential

    Sudden and inevitable

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  • Q2

    All of the following are TRUE about disasters EXCEPT __________.

    A disaster may be domestic or international.

    A disaster may be caused by nature or have human origins.

    A disaster may have a known and gradual onset.

    A disaster always receives widespread media coverage.

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  • Q3

    Which one is NOT a risk factor underlying disaster?

    Social status

    Mental awareness

    Gender and family

    Age

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  • Q4

    Which of the following risk factors is both a driver and a consequence of disaster by reducing the capacity of the ecological system to meet the needs of the society?

    Ecological resource management

    Ecological uprising

    Climate change

    Environmental degradation

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  • Q5

    Which natural disaster has resulted in the greatest monetary losses in a single event for the period of time listed?

    Typhoon

    Earthquake

    Flood

    Wildfire

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  • Q6

    Which of the following disasters is different from others with respect to the damage it can cause?

    Flood

    Earthquake

    Typhoon

    Drought

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  • Q7

    Which of the following statements describes disaster on a sociocultural perspective?

    People who are members of the legislature enacts laws to strengthen the bases for managing disasters and reducing risks.

    Hospitals, clinics and medical services are already overwhelmed by various cases. Furthermore, during disasters, hospitals and medical facilities can be destroyed while the hospital staff affected. Resulting in services interruption or reduction, or both.

    This belief dates back to biblical time when people thought that a deluge was a punishment for humans’ sinful ways.

    Disasters may also lead to emotional trauma.

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  • Q8

    Which of the following statements describes disaster on a psychological perspective?

    Hospitals, clinics and medical services are already overwhelmed by various cases. Furthermore, during disasters, hospitals and medical facilities can be destroyed while the hospital staff affected. Resulting in services interruption or reduction, or both.

    Disasters may also lead to emotional trauma.

    People who are members of the legislature enacts laws to strengthen the bases for managing disasters and reducing risks.

    This belief dates back to biblical time when people thought that a deluge was a punishment for humans’ sinful ways.

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  • Q9

    Which of the following statements describes disaster on a political perspective?

    This belief dates back to biblical time when people thought that a deluge was a punishment for humans’ sinful ways.

    People who are members of the legislature enacts laws to strengthen the bases for managing disasters and reducing risks.

    Hospitals, clinics and medical services are already overwhelmed by various cases. Furthermore, during disasters, hospitals and medical facilities can be destroyed while the hospital staff affected. Resulting in services interruption or reduction, or both.

    Disasters may also lead to emotional trauma.

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  • Q10

    Which of the following defines vulnerability?

    It is a method of attack to exploit an element.

    It is an unknown target element or victim.

    It is a fragility that makes an element susceptible to an attack.

    It is a potential threat that someone creates to attack an element.

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  • Q11

    Which is classified as social/organizational vulnerability?

    Health facility

    Leadership quality

    Fatalism

    Soil quality

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  • Q12

    Which group belongs to the most vulnerable?

    Young adolescents

    Ethnic people

    Small entrepreneurs

    Government officials

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  • Q13

    Which of the following groups of people is more vulnerable to disasters?

    Women, children, and old people

    Men, children, and elderly

    Women, old people, and men

    Men, women, and children

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  • Q14

    What element is exposed to hazard during typhoon when the houses are destroyed?

    Economic

    Physical

    Psychological

    Social

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  • Q15

    Kaingin is a human practice where in a forest is converted to farmland. In this case, what element is most likely exposed to hazard?

    Social

    Physical

    Environmental

    Economic

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  • Q16

    What is the degree to which a population, system, service, or geographic area is likely to be affected or disrupted by the impact of a particular hazard?

    Vulnerability

    Exposure

    Disaster

    Risk

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  • Q17

    Which of the following is referred to as the element at risk from a natural or man-made hazard event?

    Risk

    Exposure

    Disaster

    Hazard

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  • Q18

    Which among the following is considered as socio-economical hazard?

    Environmental degradation

    Flooding and drought

    Chemical contamination

    Volcanic eruption

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  • Q19

    Which of the following is described as the anatomical, physiological, and psychological demands on workers in their workplace?

    Ergonomic hazard

    Chemical hazard

    Biological hazard

    Physical hazard

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  • Q20

    Which is an economic impact caused by indirect results of hazards?

    Decrease on gross domestic product growth, trade, and opportunities.

    Loss of lives, injuries, physical and psychological health issues.

    Loss of property and infrastructure.

    Damage or destruction of physical systems, in particular ecosystems.

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