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LIST OF CONTENT EXPERTS

Name Position Grade Level District

1. Rosita M. Sajetas District Supervisor Grade 7 Cabanglasan 1

2. Robinson S. Sarominez, PhD District Supervisor Grade 8 Libona 1

3. Roland H. Lambo District Supervisor Sumilao


Grade 8
4. Rey A. Marañon District Supervisor Grade 9 Baungon 1

5. Ellen A. Azuelo, PhD Education Program Division Office


Supervisor Grade 10

SIDLAK Bukidnon beyond the horizon


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COMPETENCIES, NUMBER OF DAYS TAUGHT, CODES, ASSESSSMENT TYPE, ASSESSMENT FORMAT,
COGNITIVE LEVEL, NUMBER OF ITEMS AND ITEM NUMBER

Competency # Code Assessment Assessment Cognitive # of Item


days type Format Level Item No.
1. describe the 5 S7MT-Ia-1 written multiple choice understanding 6 1-6
components of a scientific
investigation
2. investigate properties of 10 S7MT-Ib-c- written multiple choice analyzing 12 7-18
unsaturated or saturated 2
solutions
3. express concentrations 5 S7MT-Id-3 written multiple choice applying 6 19-
of solutions quantitatively 24
by preparing different
concentrations of mixtures
according to uses and
availability of materials
4. distinguish mixtures 10 S7MT-Ie-f- written multiple choice analyzing 12 25-
from substances based on 4 36
a set of properties
5. recognize that 10 S7MT-Ig- written multiple choice remembering 12 37-
substances are classified h-5 48
into elements and

2
compounds
6. investigate properties of 5 S7MT-Ii-6 performance multiple choice analyzing 6 49-
acidic and basic mixtures 54
using natural indicators
7. describe some 5 S7MT-Ij-7 written multiple choice understanding 6 55-
properties of metals and 60
non-metals such as luster,
malleability, ductility, and
conductivity

Total 50 60

Competency # Code Assessment Assessment Cognitive # of Item


days type Format Level Item No.

1. identify parts of the 5 S7LT-IIa-1 performance multiple choice remembering 6 1-6


microscope and their
functions
2. focus specimens using 5 S7LT-IIb-2 performance multiple choice applying 6 7-12
the compound microscope
3. describe the different 5 S7LT-IIc-3 written multiple choice understanding 6 13-
levels of biological 18
organization from cell to
biosphere

3
4. differentiate plant and 5 S7LT-IId-4 written multiple choice analyzing 6 19-
animal cells according to 24
presence or absence of
certain organelles
5. explain why the cell is 5 S7LT-IIe-5 written multiple choice understanding 6 25-
considered the basic 30
structural and functional
unit of all organisms
6. identify beneficial and 5 S7LT-IIf-6 written multiple choice remembering 6 31-
harmful microorganisms 36
7. differentiate asexual 3 S7LT-IIg-7 written multiple choice analyzing 4 37-
from sexual reproduction 40
in terms of:
7. 1 number of individuals
involved
7. 2 similarities of offspring
to parents
8. describe the process of 2 S7LT-IIg-8 written multiple choice understanding 2 41-
fertilization 42
9. differentiate biotic from 2 S7LT-IIh-9 written multiple choice analyzing 2 43-
abiotic components of an 44
ecosystem
10. describe the different 3 S7LT-IIh- written multiple choice understanding 4 45-
ecological relationships 10 48
found in an ecosystem
4
11. predict the effect of 5 S7LT-IIi-11 written multiple choice understanding 6 49-
changes in one population 54
on other populations in
the ecosystem
12. predict the effect of 5 S7LT-IIj-12 written multiple choice understanding 6 55-
changes in abiotic factors 60
on the ecosystem

Total 50 60

Competency # Code Assessment Assessment Cognitive # of Item


days type Format Level Item No.

1. describe the motion of 2 S7FE-IIIa-1 written multiple choice understanding 2 1-2


an object in terms of
distance or displacement,
speed or velocity, and
acceleration
2. differentiate quantities 3 S7FE-IIIb-2 written multiple choice understanding 4 3-6
in terms of magnitude and
direction
3. create and interpret 5 S7FE-IIIb-3 performance multiple choice creating 6 7-12
visual representation of
the motion of objects such
as tape charts and motion
5
graphs
4. infer that waves carry 2 S7FE-IIIc-4 written multiple choice understanding 2 13-
energy 14
5. differentiate transverse 3 S7FE-IIIc-5 written multiple choice understanding 4 15-
from longitudinal waves, 18
and mechanical from
electromagnetic waves
6. relate the characteristics 2 S7FE-IIId-6 written multiple choice remembering 2 19-
of waves 20
7. describe the 3 S7FE-IIId-7 written multiple choice understanding 4 21-
characteristics of sound 24
using the concepts of
wavelength, velocity, and
amplitude
8. explain sound 3 S7FE-IIIe-8 written multiple choice understanding 4 25-
production in the human 28
voice box, and how pitch,
loudness, and quality of
sound vary from one
person to another
9. describe how organisms 2 S7FE-IIIe-9 written multiple choice understanding 2 29-
produce, transmit, and 30
receive sound of various
frequencies (infrasonic,
audible, and ultrasonic
sound)
6
10. relate characteristics of 5 S7FE-IIIf- written multiple choice remembering 6 31-
light such as color and 10 36
intensity to frequency and
wavelength
11. infer that light travels 5 S7FE-IIIg- written multiple choice understanding 6 37-
in a straight line 11 42
12. infer the conditions 10 S7FE-IIIh-i- written multiple choice understanding 12 43-
necessary for heat transfer 12 54
to occur
13. describe the different 3 S7FE-IIIj- written multiple choice understanding 4 55-
types of charging 13 58
processes
14. explain the importance 2 S7FE-IIIj- written multiple choice understanding 2 59-
of earthing or grounding 14 60

Total 50 60

# Code Assessment Assessment Cognitive # of Item


Competency days type Format Level Item No.
1. demonstrate how places 2 S7ES-IVa-1 performance multiple choice application 2 1-2
on Earth may be located
using a coordinate system
2. describe the location of 3 S7ES-IVa-2 written multiple choice understanding 4 3-6
the Philippines with
respect to the continents
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and oceans of the world
3. recognize that soil, 5 S7ES-IVb-3 written multiple choice remembering 6 7-12
water, rocks, coal, and
other fossil fuels are Earth
materials that people use
as resources
4. describe ways of using 5 S7ES-IVc-4 written multiple choice understanding 6 13-
Earth’s resources 18
sustainably
5. discuss how energy 5 S7ES-IVd-5 written multiple choice understanding 6 19-
from the Sun interacts 24
with the layers of the
atmosphere
6. explain how some 5 S7ES-IVe-6 written multiple choice understanding 6 25-
human activities affect the 30
atmosphere
7. account for the 5 S7ES-IVf-7 written multiple choice remembering 6 31-
occurrence of land and sea 36
breezes, monsoons, and
intertropical convergence
zone (ITCZ)
8. describe the effects of 5 S7ES-IVg-8 written multiple choice understanding 6 37-
certain weather systems in 42
the Philippines
9. using models, relate: 5 S7ES-IVh-9 performance multiple choice remembering 6 43-
9.1 the tilt of the Earth to 48
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the length of daytime
9.2 the length of daytime
to the amount of energy
received
9.3 the position of the
Earth in its orbit to the
height of the Sun in the
sky
9.4 the height of the Sun in
the sky to the amount of
energy received
9.5 the latitude of an area
to the amount of energy
the area receives
10. show what causes 5 S7ES-IVi- written multiple choice applying 6 49-
change in the seasons in 10 54
the Philippines using
models
11. explain how solar and 1 S7ES-IVj- written multiple choice understanding 2 55-
lunar eclipses occur 11 56
12. collect, record, and 4 S7ES-IVj- written multiple choice understanding 4 57-
report data on the beliefs 12 60
and practices of the
community in relation to
eclipses

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Total 50 60

Competency # Code Assessment Assessment Cognitive # of Item


days type Format Level Item No.
1. investigate the 3 S8FE-Ia-1 written multiple choice analyzing 4 1-4
relationship between the
amount of force applied
and the mass of the
object to the amount of
change in the object’s
motion
2. infer that when a body 2 S8FE-Ia-2 written multiple choice understanding 3 5-7
exerts a force on another,
an equal amount of force
is exerted back on it
3. demonstrate how a 2 S8FE-Ib-3 performance multiple choice applying 2 8-9
body responds to changes
in motion
4. relate the laws of 1 S8FE-Ib-4 written multiple choice remembering 2 10-
motion to bodies in 11
uniform circular motion
5. infer that circular 2 S8FE-Ib-5 written multiple choice understanding 2 12-
motion requires the 13
application of constant
force directed toward the

10
center of the circle
6. identify situations in 2 S8FE-Ic-6 written multiple choice remembering 3 13-
which work is done and in 16
which no work is done
7. describe how work is 3 S8FE-Ic-7 written multiple choice understanding 4 17-
related to power and 20
energy
8. differentiate potential 3 S8FE-Id-8 written multiple choice analyzing 3 21-
and kinetic energy 23
9. relate speed and 2 S8FE-Id-9 written multiple choice remembering 3 24-
position of object to the 26
amount of energy
possessed by a body
10. infer how the 2 S8FE-Ie-10 written multiple choice understanding 3 27-
movement of particles of 29
an object affects the
speed of sound through it
11. investigate the effect 3 S8FE-Ie-11 written multiple choice analyzing 4 30-
of temperature to speed 33
of sound through fair
testing
12. demonstrate the 2 S8FE-If-12 performance multiple choice applying 2 34-
existence of the color 35
components of visible
light using a prism or
diffraction grating
11
13. explain the hierarchy 1 S8FE-If-13 written multiple choice understanding 2 36-
of colors in relation to 37
energy

14. explain that red is the 2 S8FE-If-14 written multiple choice understanding 2 38-
least bent and violet the 39
most bent according to
their wavelengths or
frequencies

15. differentiate between 5 S8FE-Ig-15 written multiple choice analyzing 7 40-


heat and temperature at 46
the molecular level

16. infer the relationship 5 S8FE-Ih-16 written multiple choice understanding 6 47-
between current and 52
charge

17. explain the advantages 2 S8FE-Ii-17 written multiple choice understanding 3 53-
and disadvantages of 55
series and parallel
connections in homes
18. differentiate electrical 1 S8FE-Ii-18 written multiple choice analyzing 2 56-
power and electrical 57
energy
12
19. explain the functions 2 S8FE-Ii-19 written multiple choice understanding 3 58-
of circuit breakers, fuses, 60
earthing, double
insulation, and other
safety devices in the
home

Total 45 60

Competency # Code Assessment Assessment Cognitive # of Item


days type Format Level Item No.
1. using models or 2 S8ES-IIa-1 written multiple choice understanding 2 1-2
illustrations, explain how
movements along faults
generate earthquakes
2. differentiate the 3 S8ES-IIa-2 written multiple choice understanding 4 3-6
2.1 epicenter of an
earthquake from its focus
2.2 intensity of an
earthquake from its
magnitude
2.3 active and inactive
faults
3. demonstrate how 5 S8ES-IIb-3 performance multiple choice applying 6 7-12
underwater earthquakes
generate tsunamis
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4. explain how earthquake 5 S8ES-IIc-4 written multiple choice understanding 6 13-
waves provide 18
information about the
interior of the earth

5. explain how typhoons 3 S8ES-IId-5 written multiple choice understanding 4 19-


develop 22
6. infer why the 2 S8ES-IId-6 written multiple choice understanding 2 23-
Philippines is prone to 24
typhoons
7. explain how 5 S8ES-IIe-7 written multiple choice understanding 6 25-
landmasses and bodies of 30
water affect typhoons
8. trace the path of 5 S8ES-IIf-8 written multiple choice applying 6 31-
typhoons that enter the 36
Philippine Area of
Responsibility (PAR) using
a map and tracking data
9. compare and contrast 5 S8ES-IIg-9 written multiple choice analyzing 6 37-
comets, meteors, and 42
asteroids
10. predict the 5 S8ES-IIh- written multiple choice understanding 6 43-
appearance of comets 10 48
based on recorded data of
previous appearances

14
11. explain the regular 10 S8ES-IIi-j- written multiple choice understanding 12 49-
occurrence of meteor 11 60
showers

Total 50 60

Competency # Code Assessment Assessment Cognitive # of Item


days type Format Level Item No.
1. explain the properties 10 S8MT-IIIa- written multiple choice understanding 12 1-12
of solids, liquids, and b-1
gases based on the
particle nature of matter
2. explain physical 10 S8MT-IIIc- written multiple choice understanding 12 13-
changes in terms of the d-2 24
arrangement and motion
of atoms and molecules
3. determine the number 10 S8MT-IIIe- written multiple choice remembering 12 25-
of protons, neutrons, and f-3 36
electrons in a particular
atom
4. trace the development 10 S8MT-IIIg- written multiple choice applying 12 37-
of the periodic table from h-4 48
observations based on
similarities in properties
of elements

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5. use the periodic table 10 S8MT-IIIi- written multiple choice understanding 12 49-
to predict the chemical j-5 60
behaviour of an element

Total 50 60

Competency days Code Assessment Assessment Cognitive # of Item


type Format Level Item No.
1. explain ingestion, 5 S8LT-IVa-5 written multiple choice Understandin 6 1-6
absorption, assimilation, g
and excretion
2. explain how diseases of 5 S8LT-IVb-5 written multiple choice understanding 6 7-12
the digestive system are
prevented, detected, and
treated
3. identify healthful 5 S8LT-IVc-5 written multiple choice remembering 6 13-
practices that affect the 18
digestive system
4. compare mitosis and 5 S8LT-IVd-5 written multiple choice analyzing 6 19-
meiosis, and their role in 24
the cell-division cycle
5. explain the significance 5 S8LT-IVe-5 written multiple choice understanding 6 25-
of meiosis in maintaining 30
the chromosome number

16
6. predict phenotypic 5 S8LT-IVf-5 written multiple choice understanding 6 31-
expressions of traits 36
following simple patterns
of inheritance
7. explain the concept of a 5 S8LT-IVg-5 written multiple choice understanding 6 37-
species 42
8. classify organisms using 3 S8LT-IVh-5 Written/ multiple choice understanding 4 43-
the hierarchical taxonomic performance 46
system
9. explain the advantage 2 S8LT-IVh-5 written multiple choice understanding 2 47-
of high biodiversity in 48
maintaining the stability
of an ecosystem
10. describe the transfer 2 S8LT-IVi-5 written multiple choice understanding 2 49-
of energy through the 50
tropic levels
11. analyze the roles of 2 S8LT-IVi-5 written multiple choice analyzing 2 51-
organisms in the cycling of 52
materials
12. explain how materials 1 S8LT-IVi-5 Written multiple choice understanding 2 53-
cycle in an ecosystem 54
13. suggest ways to 5 S8LT-IVj-5 performance multiple choice applying 6 55-
minimize human impact 60
on the environment

Total 50 60
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Competency # Code Assessment Assessment Cognitive # of Item
days type Format Level Item No.

1. explain how the 10 S9LT-Ia-b- written multiple choice understanding 12 1-12


respiratory and circulatory 1
systems work together to
transport nutrients, gases,
and other molecules to
and from the different
parts of the body
2. infer how one’s lifestyle 5 S9LT-Ic-2 written multiple choice understanding 6 13-
can affect the functioning 18
of respiratory and
circulatory systems
3. describe the location of 2 S9LT-Id-3 written multiple choice understanding 2 19-
genes in chromosomes 20
4. explain the different 3 S9LT-Id-4 written multiple choice understanding 4 21-
patterns of non- 24
Mendelian inheritance
5. relate species extinction 10 S9LT-Ie-f-5 written multiple choice remembering 12 25-
to the failure of 36
populations of organisms
to adapt to abrupt
changes in the
environment
18
6. differentiate basic 20 S9LT-Ig-j-6 written multiple choice understanding 24 35-
features and importance 60
of photosynthesis and
respiration

Total 50 60

# Assessment Assessment Cognitive # of Item


Competency days Code type Format Level Item No.

1. 1. describe how the Bohr 1 S9MT-IIa-1 written multiple choice understanding 2 1-2
model of the atom
improved Rutherford’s
atomic model

2. explain how the 2 S9MT-IIa-2 written multiple choice understanding 2 3-4


Quantum Mechanical
Model of the atom
describes the energies
and positions of the
electrons

3. explain the formation of 2 S9MT-Ia-3 written multiple choice understanding 2 5-6


ionic and covalent
bonds

19
4. recognize different 5 S9MT-IIb- written multiple choice remembering 6 7-12
types of compounds 4
(ionic or covalent)
based on their
properties such as
melting point, hardness,
polarity, and electrical
and thermal
conductivity

5. explain properties of 10 S9MT-IIc- written multiple choice analyzing 12 13-


metals in terms of their d-5 24
structure

6. 6. explain how ions are 10 S9MT-IIe- written multiple choice understanding 12 25-
formed f-6 36

7. 7. explain how the 5 S9MT-IIg-7 written multiple choice analyzing 6 37-


structure of the carbon 42
atom affects the type of
bonds it forms

8. recognize the general 5 S9MT-IIh- written multiple choice remembering 6 43-


classes and uses of 8 48
organic compounds

20
9. use the mole concept 5 S9MT-IIi-9 written multiple choice applying 6 49-
to express mass of 54
substances
10. determine the 5 S9MT-IIj- written multiple choice analyzing 6 55-
percentage composition 10 60
of a compound given its
chemical formula and vice
versa

Total 50 60

Competency days Code Assessment Assessment Cognitive # of Item


type Format Level Item No.
1. describe the different 3 S9ES-IIIa-1 Written/ multiple choice understanding 4 1-4
types of volcanoes performance
2. differentiate between 2 S9ES-IIIa-2 written multiple choice understanding 2 5-6
active and inactive
volcanoes
3. explain what happens 5 S9ES-IIIb-3 written multiple choice understanding 6 7-12
when volcanoes erupt;
4. illustrate how energy 10 S9ES-IIIc- written multiple choice applying 12 13-
from volcanoes may be d-4 24
tapped for human use
5. explain how different 5 S9ES-IIIe-5 written multiple choice understanding 6 25-
factors affect the climate 30
of an area
21
6. describe certain 5 S9ES-IIIf-6 written multiple choice understanding 6 31-
climatic phenomena that 36
occur on a global level
7. infer the characteristics 5 S9ES-IIIg-7 written multiple choice understanding 6 37-
of stars based on the 42
characteristics of the Sun
8. infer that the 5 S9ES-IIIh-8 Written/ multiple choice understanding 6 43-
arrangement of stars in a performance 48
group (constellation) does
not change
9. observe that the 5 S9ES-IIIi-9 written multiple choice remembering 6 49-
position of a constellation 54
changes in the course of a
night
10. show which 5 S9ES-IIIj- written multiple choice applying 6 55-
constellations may be 10 60
observed at different
times of the year using
models

Total 50 60

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Quarter 4 # Code Assessment Assessment Cognitive # of Item
Days type Format Level Item No.

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1. describe the horizontal 2 S9FE-IVa-1 performance multiple choice understanding 2 1-2
and vertical motions of a
projectile
2. investigate the 3 S9FE-IVa-2 written multiple choice analyzing 4 3-6
relationship between the
angle of release and the
height and range of the
projectile
3. relate impulse and 3 S9FE-IVb-3 written multiple choice remembering 4 7-10
momentum to collision of
objects (e.g., vehicular
collision)
4. infer that the total 2 S9FE-IVb-4 written multiple choice understanding 2 11-
momentum before and 12
after collision is equal
5. examine effects and 3 S9FE-IVc-5 written multiple choice analyzing 4 13-
predict causes of collision- 16
related damages/injuries
6. explain energy 2 S9FE-IVc-6 written multiple choice analyzing 2 17-
transformation in various 18
activities/events (e.g.,
waterfalls, archery,
amusement rides)
6. perform activities to 5 S9FE-IVd-7 performance multiple choice applying 6 19-
demonstrate 24
conservation of
24
mechanical energy

7. infer that the total 1 S9FE-IVe-8 written multiple choice understanding 2 25-
mechanical energy 26
remains the same
during any process

8. construct a model to 4 S9FE-IVe-9 performance multiple choice creating 4 27-


demonstrate that heat 30
can do work
10. infer that heat transfer 3 S9FE-IVf- written multiple choice understanding 4 31-
can be used to do work, 10 34
and that work involves the
release of heat
11. explain why machines 2 S9FE-IVf- written multiple choice understanding 2 35-
are never 100-percent 11 36
efficient
12. explain how heat 5 S9FE-IVg- written multiple choice understanding 6 37-
transfer and energy 12 42
transformation make heat
engines like geothermal
plants work
13. explain how electrical 15 S9FE-IVh- written multiple choice understanding 18 43-
energy is generated, j-13 60
transmitted, and
distributed
25
Total 50 60

Competency # of Code Assessment Assessment Cognitive # of Item


days type Format Level Item No.

1. describe the 10 S10ES-Ia- written multiple choice remembering 12 1-12


distribution of active b-1
volcanoes, earthquake
epicenters, and major
mountain belts
2. describe the different 10 S10ES-Ic- written multiple choice remembering 12 13-
types of plate boundaries d-2 24
3. explain the different 5 S10ES-Ie-3 written multiple choice understanding 6 25-
processes that occur along 30
the plate boundaries
4. describe the internal 10 S10ES-If-g- written multiple choice remembering 12 31-
structure of the Earth 4 42
5. describe the possible 10 S10ES-Ih-i- written multiple choice remembering 12 43-
causes of plate movement 5 54
6. enumerate the lines of 5 S10ES-Ij-6 written multiple choice remembering 6 55-
evidence that support 60
plate movement
Total 50 60
Competency # of Code Assessment Assessment Cognitive # of Item
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days type Format Level Item No.
1. compare the relative 10 S10FE-IIa- written multiple choice understanding 12 1-12
wavelengths of different b-1
forms of electromagnetic
waves
2. cite examples of 10 S10FE-IIc- written multiple choice remembering 12 13-
practical applications of d-2 24
the different regions of
EM waves, such as the use
of radio waves in
telecommunications
3. explain the effects of 10 S10FE-IIe- written multiple choice understanding 12 25-
EM radiation on living f-3 36
things and the
environment
4. predict the qualitative 2 S10FE-IIg- written multiple choice understanding 2 37-
characteristics 4 38
(orientation, type, and
magnification) of images
formed by plane and
curved mirrors and lenses
5. apply ray diagramming 3 S10FE-IIg- performance multiple choice applying 4 39-
techniques in describing 5 42
the characteristics and
positions of images
formed by lenses
27
6. identify ways in which 5 S10FE-IIh- written multiple choice analyzing 6 43-
the properties of mirrors 6 48
and lenses determine
their use in optical
instruments (e.g., cameras
and binoculars)
7. demonstrate the 5 S10FE-IIi-7 performance multiple choice applying 6 49-
generation of electricity 54
by movement of a magnet
through a coil
8. explain the operation of 5 S10FE-IIj-8 written and multiple choice understanding 6 55-
a simple electric motor performance 60
and generator
Total 50 60

Competency # of Code Assessment Assessment Cognitive # of Item


days type Format Level Item No.

1. describe the parts of 5 S10LT-IIIa- written multiple choice remembering 6 1-6


the reproductive system 1
and their functions
2. explain the role of 5 S10LT-IIIb- written multiple choice understanding 6 7-12
hormones involved in the 2
female and male
reproductive systems

28
3. describe the feedback 2 S10LT-IIIc- written multiple choice understanding 2 13-
mechanisms involved in 3 14
regulating processes in
the female reproductive
system (e.g., menstrual
cycle)

4. describe how the 3 S10LT-IIIc- written multiple choice understanding 4 15-


nervous system 4 18
coordinates and regulates
these feedback
mechanisms to maintain
homeostasis

5. explain how protein is 5 S10LT-IIId- written multiple choice understanding 6 19-


made using information 5 24
from DNA
6. explain how mutations 5 S10LT-IIIe- written multiple choice understanding 6 25-
may cause changes in the 6 30
structure and function of
a protein
7. explain how fossil 5 S10LT-IIIf- written multiple choice understanding 6 31-
records, comparative 7 36
anatomy, and genetic
information provide
evidence for evolution
29
8. explain the occurrence 5 S10LT-IIIg- written multiple choice understanding 6 37-
of evolution 8 42
9. explain how species 5 S10LT-IIIh- written multiple choice understanding 6 43-
diversity increases the 9 48
probability of adaptation
and survival of organisms
in changing environments
10. explain the 5 S10LT-IIIi- written/ multiple choice analyzing 6 49-
relationship between 10 performance 54
population growth and
carrying capacity
11. suggest ways to 5 S10LT-IIIj- written/ multiple choice applying 6 55-
minimize human impact 11 performance 60
on the environment

Total 50 60

Competency # of Code Assessment Assessment Cognitive # of Item


days type Format Level Item No.

1. investigate the 10 S10MT- written multiple choice 12 1-12

30
relationship between: IVa-b-1 analyzing
1.1 volume and pressure
at constant temperature analyzing
of a gas understanding
1.2 volume and
temperature at constant
pressure of a gas
1.3 explains these
relationships using the
kinetic molecular theory

2. recognize the major 10 S10MT- written multiple choice remembering 12 13-


categories of IVc-d-2 24
biomolecules such as
carbohydrates, lipids,
proteins, and nucleic acids

3. apply the principles of 15 S10MT- written multiple choice applying 18 25-


conservation of mass to IVe-g-3 42
chemical reactions

4. explain how the factors 15 S10MT- written multiple choice understanding 16 43-
affecting rates of chemical IVh-j-4 60
reactions are applied in
food preservation and
materials production,

31
control of fire, pollution,
and corrosion

Total 50 60

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TABLE OF SPECIFICATION

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