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Science VI Second Grading Examination Name:_________________________________________Date _________Score __________Equivalent_______ Direction: Read very carefully and encircle the

letter of the correct answer.

1. Which of the following is an example of Physical changes? a. A. breaking of glass b. burning a log of wood c. rotting of fruit d. rusting nails 2. The picture shows a sculpture being created by carving a piece of wood. What kind of change does it take? a. Chemical b. physical c. evaporation

3. Shaping clay into different shapes is an example of ____________________. a. Chemical change b. physical change c. gas change d. statue A sealed flask of a clear, colorless liquid is left sitting on an interior sunny windowsill. After about an hour, there are droplets of a clear liquid on the glass above the solution, which has turned yellow. After two hours, the solution is dark brown with clear, colorless droplets of liquid on the glass. After sitting on the windowsill for a week, the walls of the flask have a silvery lining and both the solution and the droplets are clear and colorless. 4. Which of the following is not an indication that a chemical reaction has occurred? (a)formation of liquid droplets above the solution (b) the solution color changing from clear to yellow (c) the solution color changing from brown to clear (d) formation of a silvery metallic foil on the walls of the flask 5. The formation of the silvery lining is an example of which of the following indicators of chemical change? (a) Evolution of a gas (b) distinct color change (c) precipitate formation (d) temperature change 6. Baking soda reacts with vinegar and forms a gas is other example of _________. a. Chemical change b. physical change c. gas change d. sour 7. What are the good and bad effects of acids and alkalis on the people and the environment? a. acids and alkalis is safe to our health b. strong alkalis are not dangerous as if they go in our mouth c. strong acids are harmfulto or health d. strong acids are corrosive which can get out of rust burn our skin 8. Good effect of gasoline when use ? a. good for cars b. good for drinking c. good for watering the plants d. good for bathing 9. Good effect of recycling by recyclable materilas ? a. Recycling can also help reduce the amount of greenhouse gas emissions b. We can save our natural resources by recycling products c. recycling protects the environment reduce number of trees cut d. all of the above mentions are correct 10. Bad / harmful effects changes in materials to the environment? a. burning or combustion: burning produces smoke that affects the ozone layer. b. when the layers of the ozone layer becomes thin, it will be cold. c. the environemet is aassaf place to live in d. the plants and animals will live longer and abundantly 11. Harmful Effects of industrialisation on environment? a. the children are safe to stroll around the city b. the passengers of vehicles become are free from ashma c. the air in the idustrializes city become dark even the sun shines brightly d. the people will not experience different illnesses 12. What are the harmful effects of waste to the environment? a. when the salt solution is formed, the solid salt can be derived again from the mixture b. physical changes are also reversible in their reactions c.. species die, beaches get polluted, and it effects global warming. d. dogs and rats and other astry animals may eat from fron garbage waste.

13. The use of fuel like wood is to –? a. create fire to provide heat c. Fire fromwood is polluted

b. The heat from wood is useless d. The fuel are all dangerus

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How important is the crude, gasoline and other fuel for transportation? a. The train uses fuel to run and send poeple to diffferent places. b. Th fuels are used for burning houses c. The fuel are only important when we have no wood d. allof teh above are correct 15. What is the best fuel concervation tips? a. Avoid rapid accelerating b. Drive as fast as you can c. make sure that the vehicles are in bulk d. Use the rough road in driving 16. Listed below which is the best way of conserving fuels? a. Make sure that the vehicle is as lightweight as possible. b. Keep your vehicle tuned up and maintained once a year c. make sure that the tires’ are flat d. Drive as fast as you can 17. If you want to conserve gas, then don’t fall for the logic of “the faster you get there, the less gas will be used”. So how will you conserve gas? a. Drive on a rocky road b. drive as fast as you can c. don’t drive so fast 18. Once you are on the road, you will conserve more gas if you make less stops. So what will you do to have less stops? a. make a checklist of all items you need to take c make sure that you eat a good meal c. make a checklist of all items you need to take and make sure that you have them before you leave d. all of the above mentions are correct 19. What is a safety precautions when using a fuels and fire? a. leave your stove open b. use more woods in cooking pan cake c. Leave your engine is in motion d. It is the ways of protecting yourself from fuels and fire. 20. What are the safety precautions to avoid fire? a. Never leave your house with the flat iron running, c.leave your cellphone unplugged b. turn off all opened switches d. None of teh answer is correct 21. If there is a fire the best thing you do is to __________ a. gather all the buckets of water b. Call all neighbor c. call a fireman d. Call a police 22.. What will you do to stop a cooking fre safely? a. throw such dumping flour from the bag b. Smother a pan fire with a lid c. pour oil in trhe pan d. throw the oil on the flour 23. How would you avoid fire using extension cords? a.do not use small-wired cords to use with high-wattage appliances b.use the right size of cord and avoid high voltage appliances c. Remove excess appliances to the circuit d. Have heating equipment checked and cleaned each year. 24. If a fire occurs at home , what will you do ? a.Get out of the house b. Do not go out until all things are kept and safe c. make sure that all valuable things are kept d. go back inside if fire depatment if not arrive 25. What is mechanical energy? a. This energy includes both kinetic , energy of motion, and potential energy b. energy is a form of potential energy and it is possessed by things such as food, fuels and batteries. c. includes light, x-rays and radio waves, heat, motion and sound. d. energy is that found in the food that we eat 26. The picture shows what kind of energy? a.chemical b. Sound c. Mechanical d. electical

27. Which is not form of mechanical energy? a. wind b. Running water

c. Water mills

d. mountain

28. The picture at the left shows what kind of energy transformation? a. chemical b. Sound c. Mechanical d. light

29. What is chemical energy? a. . energy is a form of potential energy and it is possessed by things such as food, fuels and batteries. b. includes light, x-rays and radio waves, heat, motion and sound. c. energy includes both kinetic , energy of motion, and potential energy d. defined as the ability to do work 30.Which of the following example of chemical change? a. salt isbeing filtered from water b . water evaporates to the atmosphere c. wood curve to make statue d. making of salt, sugar, fire burning 31. The picture shows that the heat of the sun will inter into the cells and stored for future use as electrical energy.Where does the enegy came from? a. chemical b. Sound c. Mechanical d. light

32. What is light energy in science and technology? a. an electromagnetic radiation, what we call visible light is a small part of the total spectrum. b. Such energy can also be used medically in the treatment of some muscular problems c. The energy from the sun is used to power a wide variety of devices d. All of the above choices 33. While some electric plants derive mechanical energy from moving water like waterfalls, what do you call that plant that produce electricity? a. industrial plant b. nuclear power plant c. Hydroelectric power plant d. banana plan 34. Which of these generate electricity? a. TV b. Refrigerator c. dry cell d. all of the above 35. Which of the following means of transportation Is powered by electricity? a. bicycle b. bus c. ship d. LRT 36. Which object uses electricity at home? A. can opener b. flat iron c. brush d. knife 37. What are sound waves? a. Sound waves are vibrations that make sound. b. Sound is anything that can be heard and is a form of energy. c. Sound travels through solids, liquids and gases. d. We use sound to communicate with others to find out about what’s going on around us 38. Why is it harder to hear someone far away than close? a. The farther sound waves travel, the weaker they get. b. Sound travels in waves that move in all directions. c. Sound waves are vibrations that make sound d. Sound is anything that can be heard and is a form of energy. 39. Why do we use sound? a. Sound is anything that can be heard and is a form of energy. b. Energy is the ability to make things move. It is needed to start the vibrations that make sound. c. Sound is anything that can be heard and is a form of energy. d. We use sound to communicate with others to find out about what’s going on around us. 40. What is thermal energy? a. the part of the internal energy of a system which is the total present kinetic energy resulting from the random movements of atoms and molecules. b The Sun won't set on Solar Power. Find out more on this rising energy c. When you put your hand over a hot stove you can feel the heat. You are feeling thermal energy in transfer d. energy is that found in the food that we eat

41. in burning a candle, how energy changes from one form to another? a. mechanical to sound c. chemical to mechanical 42. b. chemical to light d. sound to light

In a battery operated toy , what form of energy does it form? a. mechanical to sound c. chemical to mechanical b. chemical to light d. sound to light

A pluck of a string becomes a regular habit even for a hobbyist. The sound from the guitar is such.. What energy can change from one form to another?

a. mechanical to sound c. chemical to mechanical

b. chemical to light d. sound to light

44. The sound of guitar can bring joy to some, something the classical guitar players cannot agree more.
What changes from one form to another?

a. mechanical to sound

b. chemical to light

c. chemical to mechanical

d. sound to light

45. What is sound energy? a. Sound energy is the energy produced by sound vibrations as they travel through a specific medium

b. An energy that created form our throat and passes through our mouth c. A sound energy is ability of the human ear to perceive sound d. Sound energy is the energy produced by sound not vibrations as they travel through a specific medium 46. What effect does friction have on a moving object? a. friction cause moving objects to slow down or stop Friction can be quantified as a force resisting motion
b. friction cause moving object to accelerate or multiply its motion c. friction cause moving object to decrease and multiply its force d. moving object is cause by great force of friction 47.

Diagram shows what friction is. From the illustration a shiny floor has less friction from a rough road. Why? a. It is a force that slows motion and dampens energy b. It is a force that fasten the motion c. it is a motion that slow and fast the motion d. the motion is unstoppable

48. Do snails move faster on rough surfaces or smooth surfaces? a. Snails move faster on rough objects as the sticky liquid they use for locomotion gets good friction
b. Snails move slower on rough objects as the sticky liquid they use for locomotion gets good friction c. Snails cannot move on rough objects as the sticky liquid cannot stick d. Snail moves very fast on a less friction surfaces 49. Why do object moves? a. objects move because of energy , without energy objects can't move... b. objects move because of it was pushed and theirs a force c. objects move because of friction, without friction objects can't move... d. objects move because of force, without force objects can't move... 50. Friction is a force which – a. Acts downwards b. Acts in the same direction to that which you are moving in c. Acts upward d. Acts in the opposite direction to that which you are moving in.

TABLE OF SPECIFICATION Grade VI

Objective
Materials 1. Explain how materials change 1.1 Observe that o new materials is formed when physical change takes place. 1.2 Observe that anew material is formed when chemical change takes place 2. Explain the effect of changes in materials to the environment. 2.1 Describe how certain changes in material have good effects in the environment. 2.2 Describe of certain changes in materials have bad effect in the Environments ( pollution of air, water, soil) 3. Explain the importance of fuels 3.1 describe how fuels are used 3.2 Identify ways of conserving it 3.3 Practice safety precaution in using fuels /fire 3.4 Follow safety / emergency rules in case of fire. ENERGY 1. Conclude that energy and their uses mechanical Chemical Light electrical Sound Thermal Investigate how energy changes from one form to another. Burning candle : chemical –light Investigate factors that affect the motion of object. Explain the effect of friction Infer why an object that moves along a surface eventually slow down Compare how objects move on different surface

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