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Module 1 Quarter 1

Quiz by Erlin Baltero

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

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

EN6LC-IIIb-3.1.12

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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.
    bandwagon
    bias
    testimonial
    propaganda
    30s
    EN6LC-IIIb-3.1.12
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  • Q2
    Which of the following is NOT a description of BIAS?
    tendency
    non-factual
    preference
    opinion
    30s
    EN6LC-IIIb-3.1.12
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  • Q3
    The propaganda technique that involves the deliberate omission of certain facts to fool the target audience.
    Plain Folks
    Repetition
    Card Stacking
    Appeal to tradition
    30s
    EN6LC-IIIb-3.1.12
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  • Q4
    How can you break free from being tricked by bias?
    Consider one side of the issue.
    Question what you have heard
    Follow the trend.
    Believe on the first hand information.
    30s
    EN6LC-IIIb-3.1.12
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  • Q5
    "Hitler liked dogs, therefore dogs are bad." This an example of ____________________technique.
    Stereotype
    Card Stacking
    Glittering Generalities
    Guilt by Association
    30s
    EN6LC-IIIb-3.1.12
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