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Third Quarter Summative Test

Quiz by Ma. Victoria Ambas

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

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

EN10WC-IIIb-14.1.2
EN10RC-IIIa-22.1
EN10WC-IIIg-14
EN10WC-IIh-13

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  • Q1

    Directions: Read each paragraph carefully then choose the letter of the correct answer from the given choices.

    Use a variety of informative, persuasive, and argumentative writing techniques

    Whales have graced our oceans for millions of years. They are clever, magnificent, and some say, magical animals. Not many of us ever get to see them in their natural habitat and to really appreciate how special they are, but for many years these gentle giants have suffered at the hands of the human race. What type of writing technique is shown by given text?

    Narrative

    Informative

    Persuasive

    Argumentative

    300s
    EN10WC-IIIb-14.1.2
  • Q2

    The fact that the world’s cities are getting more and more crowded is well-known. Cities such as Tokyo, Sao Paolo, Bombay and Shanghai are now considered ‘mega-cities’, because of their enormous size and huge populations. There are two main reasons why these and other cities are becoming so crowded; one economic, the other socio-cultural. What type of writing technique is shown by the given text?

    Informative

    Argumentative

    Narrative

    Persuasive

    300s
    EN10WC-IIIb-14.1.2
  • Q3

    All in all, building more fuel-efficient cars would be a good thing; it would help the environment, the economy, and will push technology forward. Instead of teaching our children to settle for what they have, we will teach them to strive for only the best. Who knows, in 20 years we might have cars that run off air. What type of writing technique is shown by the given text?

    Persuasive

    Narrative

    Argumentative

    Informative

    300s
    EN10WC-IIIb-14.1.2
  • Q4

    The paragraph starts with the sentence, Pets should be not be allowed in malls for a number of reasons. What organization should the writer use as a writing technique?

    Definition and Examples

    Facts and Statistics

    Cause and Effect

    ​Listing of Ideas

    300s
    EN10WC-IIIb-14.1.2
  • Q5

    What information should be given by the writer to make his or her informative text credible?

    Accurate and Factual

    Accurate and convincing

    Accurate and Precise

    Accurate and Concise

    120s
    EN10WC-IIIb-14.1.2
  • Q6

    On the other hand, objectors of the Internet argue that it spoils the young generation by spreading pornography and violence, which is considered rampant nowadays. There is no doubt that pornographic websites and violence videos are ubiquitous online, but whether the young are spoilt by it depends on the young themselves. Owing to the continual warning of using the Internet on many cyber education programs, the youths are supposed to know about all the boon and bane effect of surfing webs. Thus, once they have heightened awareness, there is likelihood that they will not be attacked by cyber hackers. What type of writing technique is shown by the given text?

    Informative

    Persuasive

    Argumentative

    Narrative

    300s
    EN10WC-IIIb-14.1.2
  • Q7

    Why is it necessary to have a balance of fact and opinion when writing a persuasive text?

    To support the opinion with factual evidence to successfully convince readers

    To meet the required number of words for the essay

    To involve the readers to comment/argue about the writer’s stand

    To be impressive as a writer

    120s
    EN10WC-IIIb-14.1.2
  • Q8

    In an informative text, the writer may cite the source of information in order to prove that the text is ______________.

    popular

    detailed

    interesting

    factual

    120s
    EN10WC-IIIb-14.1.2
  • Q9

    Persuasive and argumentative texts are somewhat alike because____________

    both of them are one-sided

    both of them have a rebuttal

    both of them are based on facts

    both of them try to convince

    120s
    EN10WC-IIIb-14.1.2
  • Q10

    Writing technique is very important for writers because____________

    the writer needs to develop his/her writing style.

    the writers needs to change his/her of writing to make a connection with the audience.

    the writer needs to know in what writing style he/she is best at.

    the writer needs to be efficient in all the styles of writing.

    120s
    EN10WC-IIIb-14.1.2
  • Q11

    Critique a literary selection based on the following approaches: - structuralist/formalist - moralist - Marxist - feminist - historical reader-response

    In the movie “G.I. Jane”, Lieutenant Jordan O'Neil, who is chosen specifically for her femininityl enters the grueling training program under the command of John James Urgayle, who unfairly pushes O'Neil until her determination wins his respect. The literary approach used is________________.

    Moralist

    Marxist

    Historical

    Feminist

    300s
    EN10RC-IIIa-22.1
  • Q12

    “Parasite” tells the story of a lower-class family as they slowly infiltrate a bourgeois household. First, the son works for the wealthy family as an English tutor for their daughter. Then, he recommends his own family members to fill different roles within the household. However, as the story progresses, the lower-class family struggles to hide their secret or their contempt for their employers. To add to their troubles, the lower-class family must contend with a housekeeper who doesn’t want to leave her post. The literary approach used is________________.

    Historical

    Marxist

    Reader-response

    Moralist

    300s
    EN10RC-IIIa-22.1
  • Q13

    In what was once North America, the Capitol of Panem maintains its hold on its 12 districts by forcing them each to select a boy and a girl, called Tributes, to compete in a nationally televised event called the Hunger Games. Every citizen must watch as the youths fight to death until only one remains. The literary approach used

    Feminist

    Moralist

    Marxist

    Historical

    300s
    EN10RC-IIIa-22.1
  • Q14

    Teenage Cady Heron was educated in Africa by her scientist parents. When her family moves to the suburbs of Illinois, Cady finally gets to experience public school and gets a quick primer on the cruel, tacit laws of popularity that divide her fellow students into tightly knit cliques. After reading the story, Amber was very expressive in telling her sister that she is very much like Cady Heron because she can relate to her experience. The literary approach used is________________.

    Reader-response

    Feminist

    Moralist

    Marxist

    300s
    EN10RC-IIIa-22.1
  • Q15

    “Apollo13” is a movie that tells the story of four astronauts Jim Lovell, Frad Haise, and Jack Swigert who were sent to the moon by NASA in 1971. They have launched into outer space successfully, however, a slight fault from inside the space module caused an explosion that turned the exploration into a test for survival for the crew of Apollo 13. The literary approach used is________________.

    Reader-response

    Historical

    Moralist

    Marxist

    300s
    EN10RC-IIIa-22.1

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