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DEPED TAMBAYAN MADE TEST

3rd/4th GRADING PERIODIC TEST


Reading and Writing
School Year 2018-2019

NAME:________________________________________________________________________ DATE:___________ SCORE:__________


YEAR AND SECTION:__________________________________________ SUBJECT TEACHER:___________________________

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1. The author is saying that people can have their own opinions, but you don't really know that person
so well. "Forming an opinion about someone without getting to know him or her can be bad not only
because it may be untrue but because usually it is unkind." That is what the author said.
1. Conclusion
2. Ho does the author believe that people should form their opinions?
3. Part 4: American History
How does Elena feel about Eugene? How do you know?
4. What does the author say about people who took a chance on him?
2. SQ3R stands for Survey, Question, Read and Recite.
1. Part 6: Reading Strategies
What does "SQ3R" stands for?
2. What are some study tools you can use when studying for an assessment?
3. Part 1: Fiction Vocabulary
Plot
4. Why did the school charge Martha $15 for the Scholarship Jacket
3. where and when the story takes place
1. Tone
2. Climax
3. Setting
4. Theme
4. Elena was turned away because Eugene is smart and he doesn't need someone to help him.
Eugene's mom didn't like the race of Elena and also it is because the mom didn't like where Elena
lives.
1. Part 3: Take a chance on me
What does the author say about judgment?
2. In the end, what happened with the Scholarship Jacket?
3. When you survey a text, what kind of basic information are you looking for?
4. Why is Elena turned away from Eugene's house?
5. Turning point in a story; most intense moment
1. Character
2. Climax
3. Safety
4. Flashback
6. People or animals in the action of the story
1. Flashback
2. Climax
3. Character
4. Safety
7. State the problem you are investigating "the purpose of this lab is to..."
1. Conclusion
2. Internal Conflict
3. External Conflict
4. Purpose
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8. Includes all the information you collected in the experiment, which may consist of: observations
1. Part 5: Scientific Method
Data
2. What can you find by logging onto Infinite Campus?
3. Part 3: Take a chance on me
What does the author say about judgment?
4. Part 1: Fiction Vocabulary
Plot
9. In take a chance on me, it is about not judging people. The author is saying that you can't judge
people by their appearance. You should always accept someone on who they are. Get to know that
person, on who you judged. Try and become friends.
1. Part 2: The Scholarship Jacket
In "The Scholarship Jacket" what were Martha's history and math teacher arguing over?
2. What are some of the advantages of the SQ3R reading strategy?
3. Part 3: Take a chance on me
What does the author say about judgment?
4. Part 5: Scientific Method
Data
10. Summary of the lab, state you hypothesis, state whether your results support or do not support you
hypothesis. Create an explanation by using quantitative data from your results to support your
answers.
1. Conclusion
2. Purpose
3. Internal Conflict
4. External Conflict
11. Number the specific steps you will perform in the experiment. (Assume someone else will be able to
use your procedure.)
1. Part 5: Scientific Method
Data
2. Experimental Procedure
3. What can you find by logging onto Infinite Campus?
4. What are some study tools you can use when studying for an assessment?
12. Some of the study tools you can use for an assessment is quizlet and matching.
1. What are some study tools you can use when studying for an assessment?
2. What are some of the advantages of the SQ3R reading strategy?
3. What can you find by logging onto Infinite Campus?
4. Why did the school charge Martha $15 for the Scholarship Jacket
13. The author is saying that people might have judged him without actually knowing him. "Take a
chance. People who didn't know me and who judged me for themselves took a chance and we
formed great friendship." sometimes when you judged people it can either let them down or it can
create a friendship.
1. What does the author say about people who took a chance on him?
2. Ho does the author believe that people should form their opinions?
3. Conclusion
4. Part 4: American History
How does Elena feel about Eugene? How do you know?
14. Starts with the present and looks back into past
1. Flashback
2. Setting
3. Character
4. Climax
15. The school charged Martha $15 because Martha is Mexican.

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1. Why did Martha's grandfather not give her the $15 needed for the Scholarship Jacket?
2. What are some study tools you can use when studying for an assessment?
3. Why did the school charge Martha $15 for the Scholarship Jacket
4. Part 2: The Scholarship Jacket
In "The Scholarship Jacket" what were Martha's history and math teacher arguing over?
16. Central idea or message
1. Climax
2. Tone
3. Theme
4. Setting
17. Conflict between a character and external force
1. External Conflict
2. Conclusion
3. Internal Conflict
4. Purpose
18. On Infinite Campus, you can find Assignments, Grades, Attendance, schedule and Missing
Assignments.
1. What are some study tools you can use when studying for an assessment?
2. What are some of the advantages of the SQ3R reading strategy?
3. Why did the school charge Martha $15 for the Scholarship Jacket
4. What can you find by logging onto Infinite Campus?
19. Sequence of events
1. Part 3: Take a chance on me
What does the author say about judgment?
2. Part 6: Reading Strategies
What does "SQ3R" stands for?
3. Part 5: Scientific Method
Data
4. Part 1: Fiction Vocabulary
Plot
20. Struggle within a character
1. Internal Conflict
2. Purpose
3. What does the author say about people who took a chance on him?
4. External Conflict
21. Martha's grandfather did not giver her the $15 because Martha's family is poor so they didn't have a
lot of money.
1. Why did Martha's grandfather not give her the $15 needed for the Scholarship Jacket?
2. Part 2: The Scholarship Jacket
In "The Scholarship Jacket" what were Martha's history and math teacher arguing over?
3. When you survey a text, what kind of basic information are you looking for?
4. Why did the school charge Martha $15 for the Scholarship Jacket
22. List 2 major safety precautions that should be followed in the experiment.
1. Character
2. Climax
3. Theme
4. Safety
23. In the "Scholarship Jacket", Martha's history and math teacher were fighting about who gets to have
the Jacket for graduation.
1. Why did the school charge Martha $15 for the Scholarship Jacket

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2. Part 2: The Scholarship Jacket
In "The Scholarship Jacket" what were Martha's history and math teacher arguing over?
3. Part 3: Take a chance on me
What does the author say about judgment?
4. Part 5: Scientific Method
Data
24. Writer's attitude towards the subject
1. Tone
2. Theme
3. Character
4. Setting
25. Skimming:
* Look at the title, sub-title, sub-headings, and illustrations to find out what the text is about.
* Read the first and the lat sentence of each paragraph
* Let your eyes skim over the text taking in key words.
Scanning:
* Identify a specific question you want answered or piece of info you want to find.
* Use headings and anyother aids that will help you identify which sections might contain this
information.
Both:
* Used during reading (x2)
* used to get information quicker
1. Skimming V.S. Scanning
2. Resolution
3. Experimental Procedure
4. Conclusion
26. State your prediction or educated guess as to the outcome of this lab. It is written in "if...then..." form.
If the (independent variable) is_______ then the (dependent variable)_______ will_________
1. Conclusion
2. Hypothesis
3. Flashback
4. Purpose
27. A conclusion tying it all together
1. Conclusion
2. Resolution
3. Skimming V.S. Scanning
4. Setting
28. At the end of the story, the principal made an exception to give Martha the Jacket. The principal was
the one who asked the Board to giver her the Scholarship Jacket on graduation.
1. In the end, what happened with the Scholarship Jacket?
2. Part 3: Take a chance on me
What does the author say about judgment?
3. Why is Elena turned away from Eugene's house?
4. What are some of the advantages of the SQ3R reading strategy?
29. When you survey at a text, you are looking for what you are about to read. (Skimming)
* Bold Words
* Titles
* Authors
* Skimming
* Headings
* Pictures
* Captions
1. What are some study tools you can use when studying for an assessment?

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2. When you survey a text, what kind of basic information are you looking for?
3. What are some of the advantages of the SQ3R reading strategy?
4. Why is Elena turned away from Eugene's house?
30. Some of the reading strategies are:
* Used before, during, and after reading with heavy informational text.
* It makes your reading active
* It helps improve your understanding
* It can be used for many subjects. (Not just one subject)
* It simply things
1. What are some study tools you can use when studying for an assessment?
2. Part 3: Take a chance on me
What does the author say about judgment?
3. What are some of the advantages of the SQ3R reading strategy?
4. What can you find by logging onto Infinite Campus?
31. Elena feel like she is in love with Eugene. How I know is that one day, Elena ran into him, in he same
hallway, where his locker is also located.
1. Ho does the author believe that people should form their opinions?
2. Conclusion
3. Part 4: American History
How does Elena feel about Eugene? How do you know?
4. What does the author say about people who took a chance on him?