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Grade 6 1st assessment


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Grade 6 1st assessment

  1. 1. Sacred Heart School of Cavite Alfonso, Cavite “A School of Character” First Assessment Exam SCIENCE 6 – Respect Name Date A. Write the correct answers on the spaces provided.(15 points) ____________1. The process of discovering the similarities and differences of an object or event a. observing b. classifying c. comparing d. predicting ____________2. The scientist who is considered as “Father of Astronomy”, “Father of Physics”, and “Father of Science” and known for his contribution in the development of the telescope. a. Galileo Galilei b. Gregorio Y. ZaraSir c. Isaac Newton d. Paulo C. Campos ____________3. Which of the following does not belong to the group? a. fallopian tube b. clitoris c. ovary d. uterus ____________4. Which of the following is not a factor needed by plants? a. fire b. sunlight c. nutrients d. water ____________5. Why are flowers important to plants? a. They make the plant attractive. c. They protect the ovules. b. They become fruits. d. All of the above ____________6. Why is a speed of 10 km/h required at school zones? a. To economize the fuel. b. To prevent damage to vehicles. c. To prevent vehicles from bumping one another. d. To keep the children safe from vehicular accident. ____________7. Which of the following is the best example that refers to refraction? a. When light passes through a glass window. b. When a straw in the glass of water appears bent. c. When the material take in light and does not reflect it back. d. When light bounces back when it hits the object. ____________8. The sound that is not pleasing to the ears. a. soft voice b. noise c. harmonious d. low pitch ____________9. All of the following are agents of erosion except: a. animals b. water c. plants d. wind ____________10. How does a scientist study the earth’s interior? a. Through the kinds of rocks. c. Through seismic wave. b. Through the flowing lava. d. Through the movements of plates. ____________11. The largest body in our solar system. a. earth b. sun c. Jupiter d. moon ____________12. When you throw a ball, it goes up; then it goes down. Why? a. The force that moves it is not strong. b. Gravity does not act on the ball upon release. c. Gravity pulls the ball down. d. The speed of the ball is affected by friction. ____________13. The Christmas light is an example of a. closed b. parallel c. open d. series ____________14. Who introduced electromagnetism? a. Carolus Von Linnaeus c. Hans Christian Oersted b. Sir Isaac Newton d. Galileo Galilei ____________15. Which phase of the moon shows semicircular lighted portion of the moon? a. crescent b. full moon c. gibbous d. new moon B. Put a check (√) on the spaces provided if the statement states a safety rule inside the laboratory. Put a cross (X) if they does not. Write your answers on the spaces provided before each number. (5 points) ____1. Reading the labels on a reagent bottles twice. ____2. Checking articles made of glass after using them. ____3. Always wearing protective glasses when handling caustic materials. ____4. Checking test tubes or any containers that may expel gas or liquid going to persons. ____5. Seeking medical attention immediately if injuries occur. Expected rate of Proficiency: 80 % Total Number of Points: 100 Total Number of Correct Points:_______ Rate of proficiency: _________________ Descriptive Grade:__________________ Teacher’s Signature: ________________
  2. 2. C. Match the descriptions in Column A with the branches of science in Column B. Write your answer on the space provided before each number. (10 points) Column A _________________1. The study of animals. _________________2. The science that deals with the atmosphere. _________________3. The study of matter and energy. _________________4. The study of heredity. _________________5. The science of the origin and structure of the earth. _________________6. The study about fossils of plants and animals. _________________7. The study of plants. _________________8. Study about the exploration of the ocean. _________________9. The study of bodily structure of living things. _________________10. The study of universe beyond the earth’s atmosphere. D. Match the functions in Column A with the systems of the body in Column B. Write the letter of your answer on the space provided before each number. (5 points) Column A _________________1. The system of the body that is responsible for producing offspring. _________________. The system of the body that is responsible in carrying air to and from the lungs. _________________3. The system of the body which is responsible in the elimination of waste of the body. _________________4. The system of the body that serves as the living framework of the body. _________________5. The system of the body that helps the bones hold the body parts together. ________________1. Fishes ________________2. Flatworms ________________3. Alligator ________________4. Jellyfish ________________5. Leech ________________6. Tortoise ________________7. Platypus ________________8. Coral ________________9. Snake ________________10. Kangaroo F. Identify the following as simple machine or compound machine. Write the correct answers on the spaces provided. (10 points) _______________1. car _______________2. nail cutter _______________3. pencil sharpener _______________4. windmill _______________5. washing machine _______________6. screw _______________7. refrigerator _______________8. axe _______________9. food blender machine G. Identify the planet described on each number. Write your answer on the space provided before each number. (5 points) _____________________1. The largest planet in the solar system. _____________________2. The closest planet from the sun. _____________________3. The planet which has the most visible ring. _____________________4. The only known living planet. _____________________5. The farthest planet from the sun. H. Classify the following rock as igneous, sedimentary or metamorphic . Write your answer on the space provided before each number.( 5 points) ________________1. Slate ________________2.Lava ________________3. Sandstone ________________4. Quartzite ________________5. Granite I. Arrange the following layers of the atmosphere from 1 to 5. (1 is the nearest and 5 is the farthest) (5 points) ___ Stratosphere ___ Thermosphere ___ Troposphere ___ Exosphere ___ Mesosphere J. Answer the questions fully and well. (30 points) 1.Why is excretion important to a person’s total being? (6 points) 2. Why is reproduction important to living organisms? (6 points) E. Identify the following animals as vertebrates or invertebrates . Write the correct answers on the spaces provided. (10 points) Column B. a. Physics b. Chemistry c. Astronomy d. Geology e. Oceanography f. Paleontology g. Meteorology h. Botany i. Genetics j. Anatomy k. Zoology Column B a. Skeletal System b. Circulatory System c. Reproductive System d. Muscular System e. Urinary System f. Respiratory System
  3. 3. 3. How can you tell that someone is in motion? (6 points) 4. Give at least two agents of soil erosion. Explain how they contribute to soil erosion. (6 points) 5. Why does the appearance of the moon change? (6 points) Parent’s Signature Total no. of Points: 100 point Total No. of Items: 75 items Prepared by: Lea A. del Mundo