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Quiz by Menere Nasiad

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

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  • Q1
    Determine the meaning of real or make–believe, fact or non-fact.
    Real is something that is actually existing; not imagined or supposed. Fact refers to a thing that is known or proven to be true.
    Non-fact is something that is presented as a fact but is not factual.
    Make-believe is the action of pretending or imagining that things are better than they really are.
    Reality is the state of things as they actually exist as opposed to an idealistic concept.
  • Q2
    Choose the statement which mentions non-fact or make-believe images.
    The Cheetah is the fastest land-dwelling creature.
    A wandering lion is causing trouble among residents.
    The elephant is the largest living and land animal.
    The survivors believe that the ghostly giant will not haunt them.
  • Q3
    A visual element is a characteristic that we can see including line, symbols, color, gaze, framing, and social distance. Which of the following is the most versatile visual element?
    Color shows up the events in a film to symbolize the meanings of events.
    Framing is an art that combines scene elements to advance the story, reveal characters and create emotion.
    Symbol is used in a film like words, people, marks, locations, or abstract ideas to represent something beyond literal meaning.
    Line describes the shape. It creates thick or thin texture and line may be actual, implied, vertical horizontal diagonal or it can be a contour line which can control a viewer’s eye that indicates value and light in drawing.
  • Q4
    Color is a visual element that has the strongest effect on our emotions. Red symbolizes love, fire, and excitement. Green is life, renewal, and nature. Yellow is happiness and creativity. Why is color a very important visual element?
    The value of color determines how light or dark the color is in its shade. The aspect of color is used extensively to depict the spatial form of an object.
    It creates the mood and atmosphere.
    It focuses on how humans use meaning, belief and faith to create nature.
    It shows different emotions such as red as passion and aggression, yellow symbolizes joy, and some other colors depending on the shade used.
  • Q5
    Framing is the presentation of visual elements in an image, especially the placement of the subject in relation to other objects What does framing in this picture signify?
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    Spending free time to see nature is relaxing.
    Nature performs major miracles for us every day from giving us great views and provides food, water and oxygen. It can reduce stress, soothe mental health conditions.
    Nature enhances our wellbeing and freely provides the essentials for survival.
    It underpins our economy, our society indeed our very existence.
  • Q6
    Which of the following defines instructional texts?
    Informational texts give actual information on a specific topic and explains an event.
    They satisfy curiosity.
    Instructional texts use narrative or story elements to make it interesting.
    They give necessary explanations to understand the information.
  • Q7
    Jose P. Rizal was born on June 19, 1861, in Calamba, Laguna, and died as a patriot on December 30, 1896, in Manila. He studied in Manila and at the University of Madrid. What does this type of informational text tell?
    It is a narrative description of a person’s life and is written by another person.
    It is a story of someone’s life.
    It describes how someone lived his life.
    It tells facts and details pertaining to a certain person.
  • Q8
    Which of the following defines propaganda?
    It is based on views and opinions that are published in newspapers and other printed materials.
    It is a systematic attempt to manipulate people’s opinion, attitude, belief, and action, and uses convincing words and images through mass media.
    It is a piece of biased information used to appeal emotion.
    It is considered half-truths seen in product and political advertisements.
  • Q9
    Bandwagon propaganda device is used by speakers who try to convince people to accept their point of view or else they will miss out on something really good. Which of the following ideas shows the bandwagon device?
    This lotion is the best I have ever used. It whitens my skin in just a week.
    The ZEST Milk Formula being used by senior citizens nowadays enhance their well-being.
    This is the wave of the future. Be the first on your generation. Act now!
    Mr. Carlos, a gold-digger, became a beggar again after spending a huge amount of money in gambling.
  • Q10
    There are several propaganda devices used by speakers. A. Testimonial: Helen Rodriguez, a famous actress, claims that after taking SUPREME vitamins, she felt rejuvenated. B. Plain Folks: Many senior citizens have proven the good effect of HERB-RUB ointment. They felt a great relief on their muscles and joint pains. How is propaganda A different from propaganda B?
    Propaganda A uses a celebrity while B employs ordinary people.
    Propaganda A is similar to B because both endorse products.
    The propaganda devices in A & B show advertisements using different products.
    Propaganda A & B have similarities and differences.
  • Q11
    How do you present your viewpoints in a coherent manner?
    I must understand the selection read before I can write a report.
    I should write my report clearly, well-organized and not jumping from one topic to another.
    I must observe proper mechanics of writing.
    I must use credible sources of information as the basis of writing my report.
  • Q12
    What makes a report comprehensive?
    Summarizing all the articles can make up a comprehensive report.
    Copying the texts from the original source with citation is important.
    Present your viewpoint, explain your side with facts or your own experience to justify your side, and provide support, reason or basis for your points make up a comprehensive report.
    A logical flow of thoughts or ideas makes up a comprehensive report.
  • Q13
    Gadgets today have become parts of our daily routines. We use them in communicating with others, whether personal or at work. We use them to get information fast, and of course as a form of entertainment. If you look everywhere, you can notice that everybody, even children at young ages has their own gadgets if not borrowed from their parents or siblings. Since the covid-19 pandemic, gadgets have become the means of learning in school through online classes. Schools get to inform their parents and students through the use of different social media platforms using their gadgets. However, too much exposure to gadgets poses a serious threat to our health. In addition, children who are exposed too much on platforms like Facebook, Twitter, TikTok, YouTube, and even gaming bring about adverse effects on their physical and mental health conditions. Is the viewpoint stated coherent and comprehensive? Justify your answer.
    Yes, because people have different viewpoints and opinions about the positive and negative use of gadgets and they were clearly stated in the text.
    Yes, because learners today are living under the advancement of technology.
    No, because not all learners are using gadgets especially those who don’t have the means to buy.
    Yes, because the ideas are presented in a logical sequence.
  • Q14
    Read the viewpoint below and answer the question that follows. Time, like money, is a limited source. You cannot buy everything you want, likewise, you do not have enough time to do everything you want to do. Our time is the same as our money. It is limited. Also, time is a resource when work needs to be done. Unlike time or money, desire is an unlimited resource. Think about it. In contrast to money that can run out, your desire for new experiences and ideas will never end. Whereas there is never enough time to do everything you want, your desire will always come up with new and exciting experiences. Which statement above tells you that the author used comparison and contrast of ideas?
    Our time is the same as our money.
    Desire is an unlimited resource.
    Whereas, there is never enough time to do everything you want, your desire will always come up with new and exciting experiences.
    Time, like money, is a limited source.
  • Q15
    Describe how the author presented her viewpoints about time, money and desire
    The author gave specific details about how time and money are similar with each other.
    The author gave details about how time, money, and desire are similar and different from one another.
    The author presented a specific and logical comparison of time, money and desire and pointed out contrasting ideas about them.
    The author described time, money, and desire sequentially.

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