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ABUYON NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL

SAN NARCISO, QUEZON


1ST PERIODICAL EXAMINATION
TLE GRADE 8- ROSE AND DAISY

NAME___________________ PROCTOR____________________ RATING_______


GRADE/ SECTION__________ DATE ____________________ SCORE________

TEST 1: MULTIPLE CHOICE:


Directions: Choose the letter of the best answer from the choices below. Write your answer on the space provided
before each number.
_____1. A flexible tape with different type of measurement essential for taking body measurement.
a. Ruler b. Tape Measure
c. Yard Stick c. Hem Gauge
_____2. This is also called “Domestic Sewing Machine”.
a. Lockstitch sewing machine b. Double needle sewing machine
C. Hi-speed sewing machine c. Button holer machine
_____3. It measures 12-18 inches and can be used for drawing straight lines and cutting lines.
a. Yardstick b. Button holer scissor
c. Ruler d. French curve
_____4. A small hard pitted cup worn for protection on the finger that pushes the needle in sewing.
a. Thimble b. Sewing gauge
c. Seam ripper d. Fabric
_____5. This is used in reinforcing the opening and closing of pockets.
a. Bartacking machine b. Embroidery machine
c. Hi-speed lockstitch sewing machine d. Sewing machine
_____6. This is used to shape the depth of the neckhole and armhole of the pattern.
a. French curve b. Ruler
c. Tape measure d. Trimming scissor
_____7. The part of the sewing machine that controls the looseness and tightness of stitches.
a. Bobbin b. Thread guide
c. Presser foot c. Upper tension
_____8. This is used in making fancy stitches on fabrics like barong tagalog.
a. Embroidery machine b. Hi-speed lockstitch sewing machine
c. Lockstitch sewing machine d. Button attachment machine
_____9. Other companies call it “small machine”.
A. Over-edging machine b. Hi-speed lockstitch sewing machine
c. Lockstitch sewing machine d. Button attachment machine
____10. It is the complete sewing machine without a cabinet or stand.
a. Bed b. Arm
c. Head c. Belt
____11. It is the flat portion of the machine and beneath is the feed dog where it is mounted, and the shuttle and
lower thread are placed.
a. Bed b. Arm
c. Head d. Belt
____12. It is the curve part of the head containing mechanism for operating the needle.
a. Bed b. Arm
c. Head d. Belt
____13. Keeps the thread in position.
a. Thread take up lever b. Thread guide
c. Spool pin d. Presser bar lifter
____14. Moves the presser foot.
a. Thread take up lever b. Thread guide
c. Spool pin d. Presser bar lifter
____15. Releases the thread and interlocks with the bobbin thread.
a. Thread take up lever b. thread guide
c. Spool pin c. Presser bar lifter
____16. Checks the length of the stitches.
a. Stop motion screw b. Belt
c. Balance Wheel d. Stitch regulator
____17. Hinders moving when loosened and starts.
a. Stop motion screw b. Belt
c. Balance Wheel d. Stitch regulator
____18. Sets the mechanism in motion.
a. Stop motion screw b. Belt
c. Balance Wheel d. Stitch regulator

____19. Connects the balance wheel to the drive wheel.


a. Stop motion screw b. Belt
c. Balance Wheel d. Stitch regulator
____20. It holds the needle in place.
a. Needle Bar b. Needle clamp
c. Needle d. Bobbin winder
TEST-II: FILL-IN THE BLANK
Direction: Identify the following. Write your answer on the blank.
21. Primary colors are red yellow and __________.
22. _________is a color formed by mixing yellow and blue.
23. When red is mix with orange, the color is __________.
24. Tint of red is ________.
25. Maroon is __________ of red.
26-27. Analogous color of blue is __________and____________.
28. Complement of red is _____________.
29-30. Split complement of yellow is_____________and______________.
31-32. Triad of orange is_____________and ______________.
33-35. Neutral colors are ___________,___________ and _____________.

TEST-III : MODIFIED IDENTIFICATION


Direction: Choose your answer in the box. Write your answer on the space provided before each number.

Proportion Emphasis Formal balance Informal balance Rhythm

Harmony Gradation Repetition Balance Radiation

______________36. It is the pleasing relationship of all parts of the object with one another.
______________37. It can be described as having equal “weight” on equal sides of a centrally placed like a see saw.
______________38. When the structure decoration and accessories are different both sides from the center of the
design.
______________39. It refers to relative size and scales of the various elements in design. The issue is the relationship
between objects, or parts of a whole.
______________40. This is an easy way of balancing but such balance leads monotony to the dress.
______________41. It is the center of interest.
______________42. These are smooth movement repeated again and again.
______________43. A kind of rhythm that can also be created by the use of radiated lines.
______________44. It means a relationship of different portion of a design.
______________45. Eyes can move easily from one part to the other on the small lines created by gathers.

TEST-IV ESSAY
Direction: Answer the following questions briefly: 5pts each.
1. What is the difference between primary colors and secondary colors?
2. What are the qualities of colors?

PREPARED BY:

LUIS V. RALA JR
TLE-Teacher

CHECKED BY:

ROUSELL LITO E. ALVA, MAed.


ABUYON NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
SAN NARCISO QUEZON
1ST PERIODICAL EXAMINATION
TLE GRADE 7- GOLD, AMETHYST AND RUBY

NAME___________________________ TEACHER_______________________ RATING__________


GRADE/ SECTION__________________ DATE _______________________ SCORE __________

TEST 1: MULTIPLE CHOICE


DIRECTION: Choose the letter of the correct answer. Write your answer on the space provided before each number.
_____1. These are devices that make the work of man easier and faster.
a. Bolo b. Shovel c. Spade d. tools
_____2. It refers to domesticated birds or fowls.
a. Poultry b. Livestock c. Amphivians d. Mammals
_____3. It refers to one or more domesticated animals raised in an agricultural setting to produce commodities such as
food, fiber, and labor. They are usually four legged animals.
a. Livestock b. Poultry c. Mammals d. Amphibians
_____4. This is a large cutting tool of Filipino origin similar to machete, used particularly in the jungles.
a. Shovel b. Spading pork c. Bolo d. Pruning shears
_____5. It is a tool used to clean and level the ground.
a. Rake b. Hoe c. Bolo d. Spading Pork
_____6. Refers to two wheeled transport tool pushed or pulled by one or more people or animals.
a. Hand cart b. Wheel barrow c. Spading pork d. Hoe
_____7. Which of the following tools is the most appropriate tool in cutting branches of trees?
a. Hammer b. bolo c. Rake d. Spading pork
_____8. It is a hand tool used for digging and moving soil and granular materials.
a. Bolo b. spading pork c. Rake d. Shovel
_____9. Which of the following tool is used to collect animal manure from the ground?
a. Bolo b. Hoe c. Rake d. Shovel
____10. This is a hand tool used for loosening the soil and turning over the materials in a compost heap
a. Spading pork b. Shovel c. Rake d. Bolo

TEST II: TRUE OR FALSE


DIRECTION: Write the word TRUE if the statement performs preventive maintenance and the word FALSE if it is not.
Write your answer on the space provided before each number.
________11. Power tools should be returned to their cabinets after use to prevent them from being used by
unauthorized and incapable person.
________12. While handling a tool connected to a power source, fingers should be kept away from the on/off switch.
________13. In mixing feed ingredients, wear safety glasses to protect your eyes from irritation.
________14. Extra care should be taken while using nail guns and power belt sanders.
________15. In doing farm activities, right tools for the right task should be observed.
________16. Cleanliness in the work area should be maintained because accumulated dust particles in the air can ignite
with a spark.
________17. In order to minimize damage to the ears, it is advisable to wear ear plugs.
________18. Tools should be checked periodically for exposed wiring, damage plugs, and loose plug pins.
________19. In doing shop work, avoid wearing clothes to prevent injury to oneself and damage to the materials.
________20. It is important to use proper lighting while working with power tools.

TEST-III: MATCHING TYPE


DIRECTION: Match column A with column B. Write your answer on the blank provided before each number.
COLUMN A COLUMN B

________21. This structure is designed to meet the special


needs of newly weaned pigs. A. Brooder
________22. These are containers where feeds are stored for
future use. b. Feed bins
________23. These fixtures should be provide in the laying
house to facilitate collection of manure. C. Nursery facilities
________24. The device for maintaining the eggs of birds to
allow them to hatch. D. Pickup truck
________25. These are horizontal poles where birds can sit and
rest especially during night time.
e. Dropping board
________26. These are light motor vehicle with an open-top rear
cargo area.
F. Compact utility tractor
________27. V- shaped equipment used during castration.
G. Castration rack
________28. A vehicle specifically designed to deliver a high tractive
effort at slow speeds, for the purpose of hauling a trailer
or machinery used in agriculture or construction. H. Incubator
________29. A heated container that can have its temperature
controlled in at least one area. i. Manure spreader
________30. An agricultural machine used to distribute manure
over a field as a fertilizer. J. Perches
TEST – IV: IDENTIFICATION
DIRECTION: Choose your answer in the box. Write your answer on the space provided before each number.

Breeder Floor plan Flock Building codes

Durability Cage Domesticated Collateral

Convenience Colony cage Contract Concrete

Confinement Dairy cattle Beef cattle bull

______________ 31. An animal selected for the purpose of propagating breed.


_______________32. A set of rules that must be followed to satisfy the minimum acceptable levels of safety for
building and non-building structure.
_______________33. A group of chickens, ducks, geese, turkey respectively.
_______________34. A place where birds are confined.
_______________35. Ease of moving.
_______________36. A borrower’s pledge of specific property to a lender to secure repayment of a loan.
_______________37. The resistance to decay.
_______________38. Layers are confined in group in a cage.
_______________39. A plan that shows the size and outline of the building and provides additional information.
_______________40. A mixture of aggregate, cement, and water.
_______________41. The state of being confined with restricted movement.
_______________42. An agreement entered into voluntarily by two parties or more with the intention of creating
a legal obligation, which may have elements in writing.
_______________43. Tamed animals that can live and reproduce freely under the care of man.
_______________44. Cattle raised for milk.
_______________45. Cattle raised for meat.

TEST V. COMPUTATION 5pts


DIRECTION: Compute for the Return on Investment ( ROI ) based from the gathered data in broilers project.

Mr. Reyes has the following data in his broilers project:


TOTAL PRODUCTION COST TOTAL GROSS SALE
Cost of chicks P 2,100.00 Ninety five broilers are ready for market
Cost of feeds 8,125.00 Average weight per broiler is 1.6 kg
Medicine and antibiotics 1,000.00 Cost of live weight per kg. is P 130.00
Miscellaneous (electricity,
Water, labor ) 2,100.00
TOTAL

PREPARED BY:

LUIS V. RALA JR
TLE TEACHER
CHECKED BY:

ROUSELL LITO E. ALVA , MAed.


ABUYON NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
SAN NARCISO, QUEZON
4th PERIODICAL EXAMINATION
TLE GRADE 7-GOLD, AMETHYST ,AND RUBY

NAME___________________ PROCTOR____________________ RATING_______


GRADE/ SECTION__________ DATE ____________________ SCORE________
TEST 1: MULTIPLE CHOICE
Directions: Choose the letter of the best answer from the choices below. Write your answer on the space provided
before each number.
____1.It is used to transfer measurement from the rule to the work.
a.Try Square b. Ruler c. Meter Stick d.Caliper
____2. 12-inch or one foot rule and it is used to take/make simple measurements.
a.Try Square b. Ruler c. Meter Stick d. Caliper
____3. It used to measure a work piece.
a.Try square b. Ruler c. Meter Stick d. Caliper
____4. It is used to check adjacent surfaces for squareness.
a.Pull-Push Rule b. Ruler c.Meter Stick d. Try Square
____5. It is used to measure irregular and regular shapes.
a.Pull-Push Rule b. Ruler c. Meter Stick d. Try Square
____6. Used to layout or mark cutting lines.
a.Compass b.Chalk Line c. Divider d.Pencil
____7. It is used to establish a straight line on a surface.
a.Compass b. Chalk Line c. Divider d. Pencil
____8. Used to scribe arcs and circle in a metal wood.
a.Compass b. Chalk Line c. Divider d. Pencil
____9. Used to lay-out an arc circle or step off division on a line.
a.Compass b. Marking Gauge c.Divider d. Pencil
___10. Used to mark a line parallel to the wood.
a.Compass b. Marking Gauge c. Divider d. Pencil
___11. It is used in the construction of roof framing and large furniture.
a.Try Square b.Steel Square c. Spirit Level d. Plumb bob
___12. Tool used to test the vertical and horizontal surfaces.
a.Try Square b. Steel Square c. Spirit Level d. Plumb bob
___13. Tool used to trim and shape wood.
a.Spoke Shave b. Plane c.Chisel d.Cabinet Scraper
___14. Tool used to obtain a smooth and flat surfaces.
a.Spoke Shave b. Plane c. Chisel d. Cabinet Scraper
___15. Rectangular piece of steel with two cutting edges used for working flat and curved shapes.
a.Spoke Shave b. Plane c. Chisel d. Cabinet Scraper
___16. Small plane like tool from irregularly shaped objects.
a.Spoke Shave b. Plane c. Chisel d. Cabinet Scraper
___17. Tool used to drive and pull out nails on wooden surfaces.
a.Screw Driver b. Nail Set c. Mallet d. Claw Hammer
___18. Tool used to drive and loose screws.
a.Screw Driver b. Nail Set c. Mallet d. Claw Hammer
___19. Made of wood or rubber used to drive other tools like chisel.
a.Screw Driver b. Nail Set c. Mallet d. Claw hammer
___20. Used in setting the head of a finishing nail below the surface of the wood.
a.Screw Driver b. Nail Set c. Mallet d. Claw Hammer.

TEST- II: MODIFIED IDENTIFICATION


Direction: Choose your answer in the box. Write your answer on the space provided before each number.

Cross Cut Saw Dovetail Saw Auger Bit C-Clamp Bench Vise
Rip Saw Goggles Back Saw Coping Saw
Bar Clamp Compass Saw Gloves Turning Saw
Apron Face Mask Ear Protector

_________________21. It is used to protect the eyes against flying debris and harmful liquids.
_________________22. It is used to protect the worker against flying debris.
_________________23. Used to prevent the inhalation of sprayed paint fumes.
_________________24. This is used to protect the ear against high frequency noise
_________________25. It is used to protect the hands while working
_________________26. A hand saw used to cut the wood across the grain.
_________________27. A hand saw with a metal back and plywood and joinery.
_________________28. Hand saw used to cut the wood along the grain
_________________29. Used to cut irregular shape either in large or small board.
_________________30. Used to rip, cross and cut curves in lumber.
_________________31. Small back saw with a straight chisel type handle used to cut very fine joints.
_________________32. U-shape saw used for cutting irregular shape in small board.
_________________33. Used for holding together pieces of lumber while working.
_________________34. Used to hold large boards or frames together while assembling or gluing
_________________35. Used to hold any materials or tools in place.

TEST-III: COMPUTATION
Direction: Compute the board foot of lumber based from the given dimensions.
36-37.
GIVEN. T = 2” 44-45.
W = 4” GIVEN. T = 2”
L = 14’ W = 6”
38-39. L = 10’
GIVEN. T = 2” 46-47.
W = 3” GIVEN. T = 3”
L = 12 W = 6”
40-41. L = 8’
GIVEN. T= 4” 48-50.
W = 4” T = 8”
L = 8’ W = 8”
42-43. L = 18’
GIVEN. T = 3”
W=4
L = 16

PREPARED BY:

LUIS V. RALA JR
TLE TEACHER
NOTED BY:
TEODOSIO F. LAKIAN Ph. D.
Secondary School Principal III

ABUYON NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL


SAN NARCISO, QUEZON
4TH PERIODICAL EXAMINATION
TLE GRADE 7-GOLD, AMETHYST ,AND RUBY

NAME___________________ PROCTOR____________________ RATING_______


GRADE/ SECTION__________ DATE ____________________ SCORE________
TEST 1: MULTIPLE CHOICE
Directions : Choose the letter of the best answer from the choices below. Write your answer on the space provided
before each number.
______1. The path of electric current from the source to the components and goes back to the source.
a.Kilowatt b. Ampere c. Circuit d. Conductor
______2. A unit of power equivalent to1000w.
a.Kilowatt b. Ampere c. Circuit d. Conductor
______3. A unit of measure of electric current.
a.Kilowatt b. Ampere c. Circuit d. Conductor
______4. A wire or a cord which provides path for current flows.
a.Kilowatt b. Ampere c. Circuit d. Conductor
______5. A wire through which current flows.
a.Insulator b. Hot wire c. Resistance d. tools
______6. The quality of electric current measured in ohms that resist the flow of current.
a.Insulator b. Hot wire c. Resistance d. Tools
______7. This is used to modify raw materials for human use.
a.Insulator b. Hot wire c. Resistance d. tools
______8. Material used to cover electric wires which may be made from plastic, rubber, or asbestos.
a.Insulator b. Hot wire c. Resistance d. tools
______9. Accessories that are used to connect boxes to conduits or raceways to the other boxes in the electrical system.
a.Non metallic coduits b. Metallic conduit c. Connectors and adapters d.CPC
_____10. Commonly known as flexible non- metallic conduit or moldflex.
a.Non metallic conduits b. Metallic conduit c. Connectors and adaptors d. CPC
_____11. Metal raceways classified into four.
a.Non metallic conduits b. Metallic Conduit c. Connectors and adaptors d. CPC
_____12. Plastic conduits or raceways designed to be a channel wire.
a.Non metallic conduits b. Metallic Conduit c. Connectors and adaptors d. CPC
_____13. This is used to drive screws with a single (negative) slot head.
a.Stubby Screwdriver b. Philips Screwdriver c.Standard/Flat Screwdriver d.Screwdrivers
_____14. This is used to turn screws in tight spaces where a standard screwdriver cannot be used.
a.Stubby Screwdriver b. Philips Screwdriver c. Standard/Flat Screwdriver d. Screwdrivers
_____15. These tools are made of steel hardened and tempered used to loosen or tighten screws with slotted heads.
a.Stubby Screwdriver b. Philips Screwdriver c. Standard/Flat Screwdriver d. Screwdrivers
_____16. This is used to drive screw with cross (positive sign) slot heads.
a.Stubby Screwdriver b. Philips Screwdriver c. Standard/Flat Screwdriver d. Screwdrivers
_____17. Its function is to drive screws with hexagonal slot heads.
a.Allen Screwdriver b. Hammers c. Pliers d. Combination Pliers
_____18. This is used for gripping, holding, and cutting electrical wires and cables and even smallnails.
a.Allen Screwdriver b. Hammers c. Pliers d. Combination Pliers
_____19. This type of pliers is used for cutting fine medium, and big wires and cables.
a.Side Cutting Pliers b. Hammers c. Pliers d. Combination Pliers
_____20. This is used for cutting and holding fine wires and can reach tight spaces or small openings where other pliers
can not reach.
a.Allen Screwdriver b. Hammers c. Pliers d. Long Nose Pliers
_____21. These tools are made from metal with insulators in the handle and are used for cutting, twisting, bending, and
gripping wires and cables.
a.Side Cutting pliers b. Hammers c. Pliers d. Long Nose Pliers
_____22. This is used by linemen to remove insulations of wire and cables in low and high voltage transmission lines.
a. Wire Stripper b. Portable Electric drill c. Electrician’s Knife d. Hacksaw
_____23. This is a tool used for removing insulation of medium-sized wires ranging from gauge #10 to gauge #16.
a.Wire Stripper b. Portable Electric Drill c. Electrician’s Knife d. Hacksaw
_____24. A small drilling machine used in making holes on metal sheets and concrete walls.
a.Wire Stripper b. Portable Electric Drill c. Electrician’s Knife d. Hacksaw
_____25. This tool is used to cut metal coduit and armored cable.
a.Wire Stripper b. Portable Electric Drill c. Electrician’s Knife d. Hacksaw
TEST- II: TRUE OR FALSE
Direction: Write ‘T’ if the statement is correct and if it is wrong write ‘F’. Write your answer on the blank.
_____26.Lamp holders hold and protect the lamp and are also called Lamp Sockets/Receptacles.
_____27.Switch is a circuit protective device that automatically blows and cuts the current when overload happens.
_____28. Fuse is a device that connects and disconnects the flow of electric current in a circuit.
_____29. Male plug is a device inserted to a convenience outlet to conduct electric current.
_____30. Convenience outlet is a device that acts as a convenience source of electrical energy for current consuming
appliances.
_____31. Flat cord is a rectangular shaped metallic or plastic (PVC) material in which flush type convenience outlet
and switch are attached.
_____32. Utility Box is a duplex stranded wire used for temporary wiring installation and commonly used in extension
cord assembly.
_____33. Circuit breaker is a protective device used to automatically blow and cut the current when trouble in the
circuit such as short circuit or overload occurs.
_____34. Junction Box is an octagonal shaped electrical material where the connections or joints of wire are being
done
_____35. Conduit/pipes are electrical materials used as the passage of wire for protection and insulation.
_____36. Connectors are used to attach metallic or non-metallic conduit to the junction or utility boxes.
_____37.Clamps are electrical materials used to hold and anchor electrical conduits to their proper position.
_____38. Stranded wire is made of multiple strands joined together to make a single wire.
_____39. Solid wire is made of a single strand of copper or aluminium wire.
_____40. Electrical tasks can be accomplished systematically to save time effort and resources.

TEST – III: UNITS AND EQUIVALENTS


A. DIRECTION: Write the equivalent value of the given unit.
41. 12 inches = _________foot
42. 1 yard =________foot
43. 1 yard =________inches
44. 1cm =______mm
45. 1dm =______cm
B. Write the correct unit abbreviation of the following.
46. Centimeter_________
47. Meter________
48. Decimeter_______
49. Yard _____
50. Feet_____