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Division of City Schools Olongapo

Olongapo City National High School


Basic Education Curriculum

SECOND GRADING PERIODICAL TEST IN T.L.E. GRADE


SERVICES)

(HOUSEHOLD

NAME:__________________________________________
Grade/Sec(Curriculum):_________________

I. Directions: MULTIPLE CHOICEChoose the letter of the best answer.


1. It is a type of hazard that has a physical factor within the environment that harms the
musculoskeletal system.
A. Biological
B. Ergonomic
C. Physical
D. Mechanical
2. This is a naturally occurring process that has the potential to create loss or damage. This
hazard include, but are not limited to, earthquakes, floods, and tornadoes.
A. Physical
B. Biological
C. Chemical
D. Mechanical
3. Fill in the blanks: Physical hazards often have both natural and ___________ elements. Flood
problems can be affected by climate fluctuations and storm frequency, both natural
elements, and by land drainage and building in a flood plain, ____________ elements.
A. unnatural
B. human
C. humanitarian
D. inhumane
4. This type of hazard include motor vehicles, aircraft, and air bags, even compressed gases
or liquids can also be considered as this type.
A. Chemical
B. Physical
C. Mechanical
D. Biological
5. This type of hazard includes Pesticides, which are normally used to control unwanted
insects and plants that can cause a variety of negative effects on non-target organisms.
A. Mechanical
B. Biological
C. Ergonomic
D. Chemical
6. It is a hazard originating from an organism that is foreign (in presence or concentration) to
the organism being affected. Many of these hazards are associated with food, including
certain viruses, parasites, fungi, bacteria.
A. Biological
B. Ergonomic
C. Physical
D. Mechanical
7. Identify the mode of hazard is this situation: A hillside may be unstable, with the potential
for a landslide, but there is nothing below or on the hillside that could be affected.
A. Dormant
B. Armed
C. Active
D. Inactive
.
8. It is a mode of hazard that is often this is referred to as an accident, emergency, incident,
or disaster.
A. Dormant
B. Armed
C. Active
D. Inactive
9. It is a mode of hazard where people, property, or environment are in potential harm's way.
A. Dormant
B. Armed
C. Active
D. Inactive
10.All of the given choices are modes of hazard except for one.
A. Dormant
B. Armed
C. Active

D. Inactive

11.Identify the mode of hazard is this situation: A car crash in an accident prone area.
A. Dormant
B. Armed
C. Active
D. Inactive

12.Identify the mode of hazard is this situation: Houses on deforested mountain built directly
on the soil.
A. Dormant
B. Armed
C. Active
D. Inactive
13.Identify the type of hazard described in this situation: Reddening of the eyes due to too
much exposure to the computer monitor.
A. Biological
B. Ergonomic
C. Physical
D. Mechanical
14.This is an effect of hazard in a workplace: the severity of the injury depends on mostly how
the accident happens like slips, falls and entanglement. It is the responsibility of the
company to make sure all risks are minimized.
A. Mechanical
B. Biological
C. Ergonomic
D. Chemical
15.Fill in the blank to complete the equation: _____________________ = Hazard x Dose
(Exposure).
A. Harm
B. Risk
C. Exposure
D. Danger
16.This Act is the constitutional law designed to make sure that all Filipinos have air that is
safe to breathe. Public health protection is the primary goal, though the law also seeks to
protect our environment from damage caused by air pollution.
A. The Clean Breathing Act B. The Cleaner Air Act
C. The Philippine Clean Air Act D.
The Air Clean Act
17.What year did the Congress enacted Republic Act No. 8749, otherwise known as the
Philippine Clean Air Act, a landmark legislation setting a comprehensive air quality
management policy and program which aims to achieve and maintain healthy air for all
the people in the Philippines?
A. 1997
B. 1996
C. 1998
D. 1999
18.It is the collection, transport, processing, recycling or disposal of waste materials. Waste
Management program helps manage hazardous chemical, radioactive, medical and other
wastes safely and legally.
A. Waste Management
B. Trash Management
C. Garbage Management D. Filth
Management
19.What type of waste are plastics, Styrofoam containers, bottles, cans, papers, and scrap
iron?
A. Liquid Waste
B. Gas Waste
C. Solid Waste
D. Toxic
Waste
20.This type of waste includes human waste, runoff (storm water or flood water),
sullage, industrial wastewater and other forms of wastewater from different sources.
A. Liquid Waste
B. Gas Waste
C. Solid Waste
D. Toxic
Waste
21.The property of these wastes are those that can be broken down (decomposed) into their
constituent elements by bacteria and other microorganisms.
A. Biodegradable B. Non-biodegradable
C. Hazardous
D. Nonhazardous
22.This type of waste is a safe substance used commercially, industrially, agriculturally, or
economically. Examples are papers, cardboard, linings, wrappings, paper packaging
materials or absorbents.

A. Biodegradable
hazardous

B. Non-biodegradable

C. Hazardous

D. Non-

23.Examples of this type of waste are paint, motor oil, pesticide, prescription drugs, air
fresheners, and batteries.
A. Biodegradable B. Non-biodegradable
C. Hazardous
D. Nonhazardous
24.This type of waste is considered as any discarded item that cannot be broken down
by living organisms. This trash accumulates in the environment because it cannot return
to its origins.
A. Biodegradable B. Non-biodegradable
C. Hazardous
D. Nonhazardous
25.The process flow of waste management refers to the following except for one
A. Reduce
B. Reuse
C. Recycle
D. Return
26.This R of the process flow of waste management refers to discards that are separated into
materials that may be incorporated into new products.
A. Reduce
B. Reuse
C. Recycle
D. Return
27.This R of the process flow of waste management refers to elements of the discarded item
that are used again.
A. Reduce
B. Reuse
C. Recycle
D. Recovery
28.The process flow of waste management has five steps: reduce, reuse, recycle, recovery
and ______________
A. Discovery
B. Dispensary
C. Disposal
D. Dumping
29.This R of the process flow of waste management refers to capturing useful material for
waste to energy programs.
A. Reduce
B. Reuse
C. Recycle
D. Recovery
30.This R of the process flow of waste management refers to buying less and using less.
A. Reduce
B. Reuse
C. Recycle
D. Recovery
31.The giving of relief goods to victims of a strong typhoon is an example of which process in
the Disaster Management Cycle?
A. Mitigation
B. Preparedness
C. Response
D. Recovery
32.The setting of housing tents for the victims of the storm surge in Leyte is an example of
which process in the Disaster Management Cycle?
A. Mitigation
B. Preparedness
C. Response
D. Recovery
33.A Fire Drill and an earthquake drill is an example of which process in the Disaster
Management Cycle?
A. Mitigation
B. Preparedness
C. Response
D. Recovery
34.This program aims to reduce or avoid the potential losses from hazards, assure prompt
and appropriate assistance to victims of disaster, and achieve rapid and effective recovery.
A. Disaster Awareness
B. Disaster Preparedness and Management
C. Disaster Preparedness
D. Disaster Management

35.The Philippine Clean Air Act is guided by the following principles except for one:
A. Protect and advance the right of the people to a balanced and healthful ecology in
accord with the rhythm and harmony of nature;
B. Promote and protect the inter-galactic environment while organizing the primary
responsibility of ALIEN government units to deal with extra-terrestrial problems;
C. Recognize that the responsibility of cleaning the habitat and environment is primarily
area-based; and
D. Recognize that a clean & healthy environment is for the good of all and should therefore
be the concern of all.

II. Classify the elements and principles of art from inside the box according to their
definition:
Baking soda
Cobwebber
Container
Vacuum cleaner Water
Sponge

Liquid Detergent

Waste

Cleaning Cloth

Bucket

1. _____________ Is a container for temporarily storing refuse and waste.


2. _____________ Is a detergent in liquid form used for cleaning tools and equipment.
3. _____________Otherwise known as bicarbonate of soda or sodium bicarbonate is used to
deodorize refrigerators.
4. _____________ Is a liquid used for cleaning most tools and equipment. It is also known as the
universal solvent.
5. _____________ Is a garment that covers the whole hand of a person that performs household
services.
6. _____________It is used to remove the contaminants of any tool and equipment.
7. _____________A device which uses an air pump.
8. _____________An implement for sweeping.
9. _____________Is used to remove the contaminants of any tool and equipment.
10.____________ Is a cleaning tool commonly used to scoop the dirt and wastes on the floor.
11.____________ It is used to hold water or any liquid solution used in cleaning.
12.____________ Is characterized by readily absorbing water and becoming soft when wet while
retaining toughness.
13.____________ Is used for reaching the ceiling corners and other high areas. It is also used to in
stairwells.
14.____________ Is used to wipe the cleaning tools and equipment.
15.____________ An electrical appliance that is used to clean and maintain non-carpeted floors,
such as hardwood, marble, tile or linoleum. It is also known as a floor polisher

Prepared By:
May Joie Alcaraz
T.L.E.- H.E. Teacher