ENG9 Q4 PRE-TEST
Quiz by Janine Erlen S. Garcia
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Measures 2 skills fromGrade 9EnglishPhilippines Curriculum: Grades K-10 (MELC)
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A value judgment is a judgment of the rightness or wrongness of something or someone.29
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A value judgment is a judgment of the rightness or wrongness of something or someone.
Critical issues are defined as topics that deal with resource problems and their need for solutions.
The first step on taking a stand on an issue is to ask the students a question who agree, disagree and are neutral.
The second step on taking a stand is to come up with an appropriate question.
Tone and Mood are not the same.
Once the flu was a_____________, but now it can be treated.
We have to _____________ this poem for homework.
The _______________ of this course is to teach you how to write a computer program.
. Google and yahoo are both _____________.
My grandmother and her best friend were ___________ thanks to Facebook.
Here are some key pointers when it comes to judging the relevance and worth of ideas, soundness of author’s reasoning, and the effectiveness of the presentation of a text EXCEPT:
You should recognize which situations make the biggest impact on the story.
You should ignore the words used by the author.
You should pay attention to character relationships as well as problems and solutions.
You should try to figure out what the author wants you to learn.30sEN9RC-IVf-2.22EditDelete
When you understand the importance of judging the relevance and worth of ideas, soundness of author’s reasoning, and the effectiveness of the presentation of a text, you will be able to know other important pieces of information EXCEPT
the number of words used
what a character says or does
when and why a character begins to change
a story’s setting30sEN9RC-IVf-2.22EditDelete
__________ is necessary for effective decision-making because it helps you look at a situation from different angles.
none of the above
both a and b30sEN9RC-IVf-2.22EditDelete
The author of The Necklace is _______________.
Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
Guy de Maupassant
In the story The Necklace, where does the story take place?
In the story The Necklace, how does Mathilde feel about her life at the beginning of the story?
In the story The Necklace, what does Mathilde's husband bring home for her?
In the story The Necklace, how does Mathilde react to the thing brought by her husband?
In the story The Necklace, what two things does Mathilde insist that she needs to attend the party?
jewelry and a dress
shoes and jewelry
shoes and a coat
a dress and a bangle30sEN9RC-IVf-2.22EditDelete
In the story The Necklace, what happens right after the party?
Mathilde’s friend gives her a new jewelry.
Mathilde loses a necklace.
Mathilde’s necklace is stolen by a guest in the ball.
Mathilde gets her husband fired from his job.30sEN9RC-IVf-2.22EditDelete
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