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Trace the path of typhoons that enter the PAR SELF ASSESSMENT

Quiz by Angelica Tamang

Grade 8
Philippines Curriculum: Grades K-10 (MELC)

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  • Q1

    On what day and time is Typhoon Ompong expected to enter the PAR?

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    2 PM, 12 Sept. 2018

    5 PM, 14 Sept. 2018

    5 PM, 15 Sept. 2018

    2 AM, 12 Sept. 2018

  • Q2

    What can we conclude based on the track of Typhoon Ompong?

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    It will stay only on water.

    It will not make a land fall on any part of the Philippines.

    It will make a land fall at the northern tip of the Philippines.

    It will stay only on land.

  • Q3

     Which of the following statements best describes Philippine Area of Responsibility?

    It is an area in Northwest Pacific region where PAGASA observes tropical cyclones.

    It is an agency that monitors and tracks tropical cyclone.

    It tells where the territories of the Philippines are.

    It is an area inside the Philippine that frequently encounters weather  disturbances.

  • Q4

     Why are Public Storm Warning Signals in a certain place changes from time to time?

    People becomes more prepared over time that downgrades the signal number.

    Windspeed of the tropical cyclones makes the warning signals become higher.

    Tropical cyclones are moving thus locality being affected also changes.

    Warning signals are based on the place affected by the typhoons.


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