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English 6 2Q Pre-Test

Quiz by Kristine Joyce Montejo

Grade 6
English
Philippines Curriculum: Grades K-10 (MELC)

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Measures 3 skills from
Grade 6
English
Philippines Curriculum: Grades K-10 (MELC)

EN6LC-IIIb-3.1.12
EN6RC-IIIa-3.2.8
EN7VC-IV-c-15

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  • Q1

    It is the systematic attempt to manipulate people’s opinion, attitudes, beliefs, and actions with words, images usually through mass media.

    bias

    advertisement

    fact

    propaganda

    30s
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  • Q2

    What propaganda technique is being used in the given example?

    "Everyone is wearing face masks this year, so why aren't you wearing them too?"

    repetition

    card stacking

    bandwagon

    testimonial

    30s
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  • Q3

    A famous person (athlete/celebrity) endorses a newproduct.

    bandwagon

    glittering generalities

    plain folks

    testimonial

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  • Q4

    "BREAKAWAY -the best resort and tourist destination in the country!"

    Is it Bias?

    No

    Maybe

    Yes

    I don't know.

    30s
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  • Q5

    What do you think is the purpose of the writers why they produce sports articles in newspapers?

    To explain

    To entertain

    To describe

    To persuade

    30s
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  • Q6

    Which informational text will you read if you want to know the life of a person written by other people?

    biography

    history book

    magazine

    autobiography

    30s
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  • Q7

    Which sentence best summarizes the text below?

    "Birds build their own nests. They use their bills to build them. They use grass. They use roots, too. They use soft things in their nest."

    Birds use things in their nest.

    Birds use roots in their nest.

    Birds build their own nests using grass, roots and soft things in them.

    Birds rely on other birds to build their nests.

    30s
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  • Q8

    Which is the cause in this sentence?

    "People should wear face mask when going out to protect themselves from COVID-19."

    Face mask when going out

    To protect themselves from COVID-19

    When going out, think about COVID-19

    People should wear face mask

    30s
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  • Q9

    Social media is a computer-based technology that facilitates the sharing of ideas, thoughts, and information through the building of virtual networks and communities. By design, social media is internet-based and gives users quick electronic communication of content.

    The following are the importance of social media to students. Which is not?

    learning and networking

    experiencing global exposure

    connecting creatively with peers

    gossiping with friends

    45s
    EN7VC-IV-c-15
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  • Q10

    This media uses a wide spectrum of different communication methods such as television, radio, newspaper, magazine and any other materials supplied by the media press.

    online

    broadcast

    press

    print

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  • Q11

    This propaganda technique has this main objective that is to follow what others are doing, or to conform.

    loaded words

    testimonial

    bandwagon

    name calling

    30s
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  • Q12

    This type of biased uses the elimination of some details in a story. The editor can either use or not use a specific news item.

    Bias by photos, captions, camera angle

    Bias through placement

    Bias through selection and omission

    Bias by headline

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  • Q13

    The following are the ways wherein you can break free from biases EXCEPT:

    Question what you read and hear

    Consider both sides

    Research Issues

    Listen to hearsays.

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  • Q14

    This type of material contains facts and has story elements like setting, character, and plot.

    Literary Non-fiction

    Textbook

    Procedural Text

    Expository Text

    30s
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  • Q15

    This type is a type of informational text that is published everyday that contains news, politics, and daily events.

    planner

    newspaper

    magazine

    diary

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  • Q16

    This informational text is a book written and published which intend is to be sold to the public.

    newspaper

    magazines

    textbook

    trade book

    30s
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  • Q17

    This type of text tells the reader how to complete a particular task.

    Textbook

    Literary Non-fiction

    Procedural Text

    Procedural Text

    30s
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  • Q18

    Which among the following are the benefits of Social Media to students?

    All of the above

    Experience global exposure

    For creative connection

    Learning and Network

    30s
    EN7VC-IV-c-15
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  • Q19

    The following are the advantages of broadcast media EXCEPT:

    better targeting

    high affordability

    mental imagery

    clutter

    30s
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  • Q20

    This type of media includes photos, video and music, distributed over the internet:

    print media

    online media

    social media

    broadcast media

    30s
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