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FIRST QUARTERLY EXAMINATION

PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT
Name: ________________________________________________ Strand: _________________ Date: ___________ Score: ___________
I.
Directions: Read and analyze each item carefully.
1. Part of the Brain that is responsible for our instinctive, autonomic behaviour that serves survival functions.
a. Hindbrain
b. Mid Brain
c. Forebrain
d. Medulla
2. Controls vital functions like respiration, blood circulation, digestions and heart rate.
a. Pons
b. Reticular
c. Cerebellum
d. Midbrain
3. This is in-charge of our intellectual activity and consciousness.
a. Hindbrain
b. Mid Brain
c. Forebrain
d. Medulla
4. Acts as bridge between medulla and other parts of the brain
a. Pons
b. Reticular
c. Cerebellum
d. Midbrain
5. Regulates posture , balance and muscular coordination.
a. Reticular
b. cerebellum
c. Forebrain
d. Medulla
II.

Enumeration:
A. Give five (5 ) examples in each thinking style.
Analytical

Practical

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5.

5.
Relational

Experimental

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B. Give 5 examples of left hemisphere.

1.

4.

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5.

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C. Give 5 examples of right hemisphere.
1.

4.

2.

5.

3.
D. Examples of 5S English
1.

4.

2.

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3.
III. ESSAY ( 5pts. Each )
A. How does the brain works?
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B.

Explain the importance of 5S?


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Good Luck!!!
God Bless
_____Sir Vicz____

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III
IV
IV
15. Which part of the brain responsible for the higher thought processes such as memory, judgment and reason?
I

II

III

IV

16. What part of the brain receives input from other parts of the brain to coordinate movement.?
I

II

III

. IV

17.What is the usual path of message received by the body from the
environment?
A. brain nerves spinal cord sense organ
B. sense organ nerves spinal cord brain
C. spinal cord sense organ brain nerves
D. nerves sense organ brain spinal cord

18.Rearrange the following list into the correct order to show the order of events in which the nervous system helps to initiate movement:
I -Message received at muscle fibersIV-Body or limb performs action
II-Muscle contracts
V-Message or impulse sent through nervous system
III-Brain decides action
I,II,III.IV and V

II,V,I,III and IV

!,III,IV and II

II,I,V,III and IV

Read the situation below to answer item No.19 and 20


Rosanna lost her memory after a car accident. From then on, she could no longer immediately recall some of the things happened in the
past. She may recall a little idea, but could not recall the very details of it.

19. What could be the cause of Rosannas memory loss?


She jumped off the car and broke her legs.
She hardly bumped off her head on to hard object.
She broke her two arms that caused her to move limitedly.
She lost her eyes that she could no longer recall what happened.
20. What should be done to help a person with amnesia to recover his lost memory?
Help the person to have complete rest and establish association with the past
Force the person to remember his name or his family
Recall shocking and stressful event of his life
.
Special treatment be given to him
21. Ruben is an athletic boy. Which of the following practices should heAVOID to maintain his nervous system healthy?
eating nutritious food
smoking and drinking liquor

getting enough sleep

having regular exercise

22. Besides antibodies immunizations, What else can help your body fight diseases?
positive attitude

trainingcenter

researches and campaign

health organizations

23. Which of the pictures below shows how to maintain a healthy nervous system?(change picture)

II

I &II
II& III
For item nos. 24-26 refer to the picture below.

III

IV

. III only

IV only

24. The picture cites an area where living and non-living things stay and work together for survival. Which of the following is the biotic
component present in the picture?
air

. trees

.water

sunlight

25. Which abiotic factor in the diagram affects the cycle in an ecosystem?
soil
.
weeds
plants
animals
26. In the ecosystem above, which illustrates the symbiotic relationship between plants and animals?
. Animals feed on plants while plants feed on animals.
. Both plants and animals take in oxygen and give off carbon dioxide.
Plants give off carbon dioxide need by animals while animals give off oxygen needed by plants.
Animals give off carbon dioxide needed by plants while plants give off oxygenneeded by animals.
27. Evaluate the relationship being shown in the picture.

Animals need plants and vice versa in order to survive.


Both plants and animals can live without each other.
Plants can survive with just little help from animals.
Animals can survive without plants.
For item no. 28-29. Refer to the diagrams below

II

III

28. Indiagram III, how many food chains are shown?


2

29. A food web is more realistic than a food chain in showing feeding relationships in the ecosystem because
It uses only a small sampling of organisms
It compares the number of consumers in an ecosystem
It explains why there are more producers than consumers
In the food web, producers are usually eaten by different consumers
For item nos. 30-31. Study the diagram.
30. In the diagram, biodegradable materials can
be made into ________________.
fertilizers
decorations
water purifier
food for animals
31. What is being illustrated in the diagram?

Biodegradable materials are soil.


Biodegradable substances can cause pollution.
During decomposition, biodegradable materials
stay in soil for a long period of time.
When decomposed, nutrients in the biodegradable
materials go back to soil and can be used by plants.

For items 32-35. Study the Nutrient Cycle below.


32. Why do think biodegradable materials should be decomposed?

Nutrients can be used again by plants or producers.


They provide enough energy for the animals.
They will used as pesticides.
They give colorto soil.

33. What would probably happen if decomposers are not part of the cycle?
Bulk of dead matter will accumulate in our surroundings and will contribute pollution.
Population of animals will increase and other organisms will become healthy.
Plants will grow well and healthy.
Consumer-organisms live longer.
34. Where do you think the nutrients of biodegradable materials go after they decompose?
soil. lake
ocean
Atmosphere
35. What do you think is the main role of the decomposers inthe nutrient cycle?
They increase the population of animals.
.They give nutrients to the producers and consumers.
They act as the giver of food to all the organisms in the cycle
They process dead matter down into simpler
substances that plants can use.
36-37. Study the diagram below.
36. The diagram represents the interdependence
of plants and animals. What is the best way to
sustain this interdependence?

Convert forests into industrial land.

Catch animals and put them in cage.


Plant more trees and take care of animals.
Cut trees because they are important in
building establishments.
37. What is being illustrated in the diagram?
Animals dont get anything from plants.
Plants dont get anything from animals.
Plants benefit the animals while animals destroy them.
Plants are beneficial to animals while animals are beneficial to plants
For item no. 38 . Refer to the illustration below
38. The diagram below illustrates the interdependence of plants and human beings. Which gases are being exchanged
by them?
.oxygen and nitrogen
nitrogen and oxygen
oxygen and carbon dioxide
. carbon dioxide and oxygen
39. Why are plants important to people? They provide ________________.

food.

oxygen

shelter

all of the above

40..What happens when there is a continuous cutting and logging of trees and burning forest areas for cultivation?
pollution
deforestation
reforestation

.eutrophication

TABLE OF SPECIFICATION
SCIENCE VI

1
2

CONTENTS/COMPETENCIE
S

No.
of
Ite
ms

Knowl
edge

Comp
rehen
sion

A
p
pl
ic
at
io
n

60%

Analy
sis

30%

Syn
thes
is

Eval
uati
on

10%

100%

Total

I PEOPLE
1. Communicate prior
knowledge about
the parts and
function of the
circulatory system
2. Identify the parts
of the circulatory
system and
describe the
function of each
part
3. Trace the path of
the blood as it flows
from the heart to
the different parts
of the body
4. Explain how the
digestive,
respiratory and
urinary systems are
linked to the
circulatory
5. Describe common
ailments of the
circulatory system,
including their
prevention and
control or cure
6. Observe and
describe some
familiar responses
of the body to
certain stimuli like
heat, pressure
7. Relate sensations in
2.1 to function of
parts of the nervous
system
8. Identify parts of the
nervous system and
their functions
9. Trace the path of
messages in the
nervous system

2
(1)(2)

2
(3)(4)

1
(17)

10.
Discuss
disorders and
diseases that affect
the nervous system
11.
Practice health
habits to prevent
ailments of the
nervous system

1
(19)

II - ANIMALS, PLANTS

1
(5)

2
(7)(8)

1
(11)

2
(9)
(10)

1
(6)

1
(1
2)

1
(1
3)

1
(14)

2
(15)
(16)

2
(21)
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2
1
(1
8)

1
(20)
1
(2
3)

GRADE VI ANWERS KEY(SCIENCE 6)


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