WEEKLY TEST # 1

SCIENCE & HEALTH 6
Second Grading

TABLE OF SPECIFICATION
Objectives
 Explains the importance of
forests.
 Describes the effect of
deforestation.

Total

Item
Placement

Number of
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Percent

1 – 10

10

40%

11 – 25

15

60%

1 – 25

25

100%

WEEKLY TEST # 1

SCIENCE & HEALTH 6
Second Grading
NAME :__________________________________

SCORE :_______________

SCHOOL: ________________________________

DATE : ________________

TEACHER :_______________________________
Directions: Encircle the number of the sentence that shows the importance of forests.
1. Serves as the habitat of wildlife.
2. Contains plants that are sources of different medicines.
3. Helps decrease the level of underground water.
4. Serves as watersheds or sources of water for rivers and streams.
5. Called the lungs of the earth because it provides us with oxygen.
6. It helps in the increase of global temperature and changes in climate.
7. Provides us with water, paper, photographic film and important chemicals.
8. Provides lumber for building houses and making of furniture.
9. Serves as a place of security and economic opportunity.
10. Protects the topsoil of mountains and hills from erosion.
Directions: Describe the effect of
deforestation by checking all the effects and
crossing out those that are not.
_____11. Reduction of the supply of food
_____12. Loss of water sheds
_____13. Change in climate
_____14. Floods
_____15. Growing of new trees
_____16. Soil erosion
_____17. Increase in food production
_____18. Loss of biodiversity
_____19. Decrease in water supply
_____20. Increase in soil fertility
_____21. Displacement or loss of wildlife
_____22. Increase supply in building materials
_____23. Sedimentation in water reservoirs
_____24. Increase the income of the community
_____25. Loss of soil fertility

g. inefficient garbage disposal). pond ecosystem.g.  Infers the harmful effects of certain activities on a bigger or a more complex ecosystem e. intensive farming. fish culture. Total Item Placement Number of Items Percent 1 – 20 20 80% 21 – 25 5 20% 1 – 25 25 100% . deforestation.WEEKLY TEST # 2 SCIENCE & HEALTH 6 Second Grading TABLE OF SPECIFICATION Objectives  Identify some human activities that disrupt the cycle in an ecosystem (e.

Destroy plants 8. Throw plastics in canals. Throw garbage anywhere 7. killing insects and birds _____4. smoke-belching vehicles _____3. Dumping of garbage in rivers 9. .WEEKLY TEST # 2 SCIENCE & HEALTH 6 Second Grading NAME :__________________________________ SCORE :_______________ SCHOOL: ________________________________ DATE : ________________ TEACHER :_______________________________ Directions: Encircle the number of human activities that disrupt the cycles of an ecosystem. Answer the questions that follow. cleaning surroundings _____10. Directions: Put an X on the activities of human beings that disrupt our ecosystem and put a check on those that do not. Clean your surroundings 5. Using pesticides 10. burning garbage _____2. throwing plastic in canals _____9. Segregating solid waste 6. rivers or any water ways Directions: Study the pictures below. conserving water _____1. using pesticides _____5. dynamite fishing _____6. Recycling 3. 1. hunting _____7. Pollute the air 2. Kill insects and birds 4. planting trees _____8.

What is/are the effect/s of global warming on our environment? __________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________ 25. How does illegal logging affect the cycles of our ecosystem? __________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________ 24. What are the harmful effects of dynamite and cyanide fishing on the cycle of our ecosystem? __________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________ 23.21. How do kaingin activities disrupt the cycle of an ecosystem? __________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________ 22. What are man’s activities that cause global warming? __________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________ .

water and space may occur due to a growing population. pond ecosystem.g.  Infer that shortage of food. Total Item Placement Number of Items Percent 1 – 10 10 50% 11 – 20 10 50% 1 – 20 20 100% WEEKLY TEST # 3 .WEEKLY TEST # 3 SCIENCE & HEALTH 6 Second Grading TABLE OF SPECIFICATION Objectives  Infers the harmful effects of certain activities on a bigger or more complex ecosystem e.

planting trees _______________5. viruses and bacteria bring about plagues D. malnutrition _____14. not enough space to live in A. killing insects and birds _______________2.SCIENCE & HEALTH 6 Second Grading NAME :__________________________________ SCORE :_______________ SCHOOL: ________________________________ DATE : ________________ TEACHER :_______________________________ Directions: Put an X on the statements that show harmful effects of complex ecosystem and put check ( √ ) on those that are not. hunting _______________4. ______________ 1. dynamite fishing _______________8. pollution _____15. using pesticides _______________6. conserving water _______________10. space shortage F. spread of disease _____13. A B _____11. population Directions: Read the phrases below then write them in their proper/appropriate columns. air. water and land are filthy B. FOOD SHORTAGE WATER SHORTAGE SPACE SHORTAGE . burning garbage _______________3. food shortages _____12. decrease in food supply needed for consumption E. smoke belching vehicles _______________9. lack of nutrients needed by the body C. throwing garbage in canals. rivers or any water trap Directions: Infer the things that may occur to a growing population by matching items in column A with B. cleaning surroundings _______________7. Write the letter correct answer in the blanks.

build houses along river banks. .people throw garbage in rivers and seas. railroad tracks and even under bridges . more water is needed and poor distribution of water supply .building of houses are very close to each other .more people.more members to feed. the smaller the amount of food each family member gets ..

water and air may become limited and eventually polluted due to over population  Infers that over population affects one’s health and that of the community. Total Item Placement Number of Items Percent 1 – 10 10 25% 11 – 30 20 50% 31 .40 10 25% 1 – 40 40 100% WEEKLY TEST # 4 .  Describes strategies for coping with rapid increase in population.WEEKLY TEST # 4 SCIENCE & HEALTH 6 Second Grading TABLE OF SPECIFICATION Objectives  Infer that land.

people build their houses very close to each other. People are healthy in over crowded places. Most health problems are usually the result of over population. People are not affected with the bulk of garbage around them. Smoke emitted by vehicles is harmful to our health. Polluted air is never safe for people’s consumption. Contamination of land. _____22. _____18. _____13. There is less garbage in over crowded places. _____1. _____23. _____19. Garbage is very hard to manage in crowded places. More people produce more wastes which may not be disposed off properly. Landfills contaminate groundwater resources. _____3. _____17. Too much garbage is never a problem in big cities. People are forced to build houses along riverbanks just to get close to their work. Garbage disposal becomes a problem in crowded places. Directions: Put a check beside the correct statements and X for the wrong ones. _____9. Garbage accumulates on land and in water systems. _____8. Overcrowded places like in big cities. _____6. _____11. water and air occur as inhabitants increase in number. _____15. _____10. for the wrong ones.SCIENCE & HEALTH 6 Second Grading NAME :__________________________________ SCORE :_______________ SCHOOL: ________________________________ DATE : ________________ TEACHER :_______________________________ Directions: Write T if the statement is true and F if the statement is false. _____2. _____20. _____5. _____12. Health problems occur due to a rapid growing population. Children are seen playing on the streets for there are no more playgrounds. People still can enjoy fresh air even in the area (place) is crowded Directions: Draw a on the blank beside the correct statements and _____21. _____14. Lesser living space is available as population increases. Overpopulated places are conducive to bacterial diseases like measles and dysentery etc. People can never be affected by the heap of garbage around them. Garbage is easy to manage in crowded places. _____24. _____16. _____4. . Diseases like tuberculosis. measles and sore eyes easily spread in over crowded places. In over crowded places we can’t see squatters living in waiting sheds and trees. _____7.

_____32. Poor water supply may result in poor hygiene. _____31. _____30. _____38. Population education _____33. _____39. _____40. _____36. Improving food supply through crop rotation. Improving health services. _____27. . _____26. _____37. Contagious diseases are usually caused by dirty surroundings. Encourage out of school youth to settle down. Directions: Put a check ( √ ) on the statements that show ways of coping with population increase and put a ( X ) if it is not. _____29. Practice self medication _____35. Recycling _____34. Observe “two-meals-a-day” principle. _____28. Over population affects the health of the people. Poor nutrition can lead to poor health conditions. Facilitating housing projects. Digging deep wells to supply water. More people mean more garbage. An over populated country is a progressive country._____25. Encourage families to practice family planning.

solvent. synthetic.22%  Describes the improvement done by technology on the materials. 21 – 30 10 22.g.45%  Describes how the materials are used.33% 1 – 45 45 100% Objectives  Identifies common household materials e. paint. soap.45 15 33. plastic. pesticides.WEEKLY TEST # 5 SCIENCE & HEALTH 6 Second Grading TABLE OF SPECIFICATION Item Placement Number of Items Percent 1 – 20 20 44. 31 . Total WEEKLY TEST # 5 SCIENCE & HEALTH 6 .

for cleaning wounds and bleaching D. vitamins and minerals ____25. sweetening food I.for enhancing food flavor. cornstarch ____22. for disinfecting and massaging E. aluminum foil B A. The first word is done for you.g. table sugar tiles and fixtures ____24.Second Grading NAME :__________________________________ SCORE :_______________ SCHOOL: ________________________________ DATE : ________________ TEACHER :_______________________________ Direction: Read the words in the word bank. for preserving. aspirin. Write the letters of the correct answers in the blank. hydrogen peroxide ____29. for killing and repelling insects F. headache and toothache Directions: Find out how technology has improved these materials. A ____21. Find and circle each word hidden in the puzzle. analgesics (e. insecticide ____27. for relieving fever. vinegar ____23. biogesic) ____26. rubbing alcohol ____28. for wrapping food B. (31-45) . used as a preservative H. (1-20) chairs triton acetone boysen paint plastics nylon Surf Safeguard Tide Baygon bleach jewelry Dutchboy Palmolive Raid Champion plates solvent Dove P B J C D E F G H I J K L S M N O P A A E B C D B A Y G O N E O F G H I I S W J K L M N O P Q R S L R A I D N A E T N Y L O N Y Z W P V X Y X O T F L L M N O P Q R S T A E B U V V W E R T X I Z U V W X Y L N O Z T E X G Y C H A M P I O N Q M T Y N O P X U S T T O O F D D Y R O M S U R F T A S U T W R X Y Z O R L M E Q W S C R P P T R I T O N R R I L N M N B H D Q P L A S T I C S R V S T W B L A M N T I D EO P Q R S E T U Direction: Describe how the following materials are used by matching column A with B. as cleaning agent for bathroom C. muriatic acid ____30. as dietary supplements J. for cooking and baking G. Write them in the table below.

Pomade Coffee maker hair Lighting sprays Cooler HOUSEHOLD TASKS Swatters Fluorescent lamp Candle Preserving foods Microwave oven Styling the Refrigerators Gas range Making coffee Aerosol Boiling water OLD TECHNOLOGY WEEKLY TEST # 6 SCIENCE & HEALTH 6 Second Grading NEW/IMPROVED TECHNOLOGY .

TABLE OF SPECIFICATION Item Placement Number of Items Percent  Observes healthy precautions in handling.30 10 33. 1 – 20 20 66.33% 1 – 30 30 100% Objectives Total WEEKLY TEST # 6 SCIENCE & HEALTH 6 Second Grading NAME :__________________________________ SCORE :_______________ SCHOOL: ________________________________ DATE : ________________ . 21 .67%  Cites evidences that matter is made up of particles. storing and dispensing certain materials.

a piece of chalk WEEKLY TEST # 7 SCIENCE & HEALTH 6 Second Grading . Handle glassware with care. _____15. takes the shape of its container. Taste unfamiliar substances. Directions: On the blank. _____4. Take note of safety precautions. Taste unfamiliar substances. Place pesticide and other chemicalproducts near food. a grain of rice ___________30. _____2. molecules of gas ___________28. _____17. Turn off the stove and gas tank after use. _____3. water ___________27. _____20. Any petroleum product should be stored away from the stove. _____12. _____7. molecules are arranged farthest apart ___________26. _____13. particle of milk ___________22. _____5. _____10. Leave the LPG gas tank open when not in use. Leave paints and lacquer near fire. Carefully read labels of chemicals like medicines. _____16. _____1. write whether the following objects are SOLID. _____18. Read any product label carefully. LIQUID or GAS. Wash and change clothes after handling toxic and harmful substances. Dispose expired materials properly. _____19. ___________21. _____14. particle of pepper ___________23. smallest grain of sugar ___________24. _____9. _____6. Leave gasoline and kerosene near fire.TEACHER :_______________________________ Directions: Put a √ on the safety precautions in handling or storing materials. can flow ___________25. molecules of salt ___________29. Store materials in covered containers and label them properly. Leave cabinets with harmful chemicals open. Keep materials out of children’s reach. _____8. Put an X if it is NOT a safety precaution. Do not keep expired materials. insecticides and pesticides before using them. Store/keep expired materials. _____11. Have children play with matches and flammable materials. Return poisonous and flammable materials to their proper place after use.

15%  Cites examples of the different forms of energy.85% 1 – 35 35 100% Objectives Total WEEKLY TEST # 7 SCIENCE & HEALTH 6 Second Grading NAME :__________________________________ SCORE :_______________ SCHOOL: ________________________________ DATE : ________________ TEACHER :_______________________________ .35 15 42. 21 .TABLE OF SPECIFICATION Item Placement Number of Items Percent  Identifies the forms of energy 1 – 20 20 57.

8. Write chemical energy. 10. SLUFE: F __ __ __ S have energy because they can be burned 2. radiant energy or heat energy on the blanks. Directions: Identify the forms of energy present in the following. CRITECALLE: E __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ L The energy that comes from the transfer of flow of electrons from one material to another 9. ________________11. DOFO: F __ O __ has energy to build and repair our body tissues 4. 23. CULRANE: __ __ __ __ __ __ R Energy produced when the nucleus splits or when two nuclei combine. STAMEL: M __ __ __ __ S have energy to support large masses or cut other substances 5. washing machine ________________13. vibrating object ________________16. 25. DASCI: A __ __ __ S have energy to dissolve metals and other substances 3. Chemical Energy 24. boiling water ________________19. MACHINELAC: M __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ L The energy of a moving body or a body capable of producing motion 6. mechanical energy.Directions: Rearrange the letters of the given words to form the names of the different forms of energy. burning pinewood ________________17. electrical energy. . Mechanical Energy 21. 1. 26. 29. 22. HOMETAGLER: G __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ L Energy formed by harnessing steam from underground. gasoline ________________12. Sound Energy 30. windmill ________________18. running boy ________________14. GLITH: L __ __ __ T The visible form of radiant energy 7. sunlight ________________15. Radiant Energy 27. 28. flat iron Directions: Give three examples of the different forms of energy. DUSNO: S __ __ __ D The energy produced by vibrating objects. water flowing in a river ________________20.

33. Nuclear Energy 32. Electrical Energy 34.31. 35. WEEKLY TEST # 8 SCIENCE & HEALTH 6 Second Grading .

20 3 15% 1 – 20 20 100% Objectives  Differentiate speed from velocity Total WEEKLY TEST # 8 SCIENCE & HEALTH 6 Second Grading NAME :__________________________________ SCORE :_______________ SCHOOL: ________________________________ DATE : ________________ TEACHER :_______________________________ .TABLE OF SPECIFICATION Item Placement Number of Items Percent 1–7 7 35%  Measures the speed of an object in motion 8 – 17 10 50%  Measures the velocity of a moving object 18 .

Directions: Study the table below then answer the questions.20 hr. The ostrich for it took him 0. Which car traveled the fastest? ________________________________________ In what direction was it heading? ________________________________________ 5.70 hr. Suppose the speed of a cyclist in the last Palaro was 120 km/hr. What is his speed? A. What is its speed? A. 75 km/hr B. 60 km/hr 10. Tell which of the two reach the destination first by using the following formula: Time=Distance/Speed A. The pangolin for it took him 0. A boy runs at a speed in 5 hours to cover a 300 km distance. B. 10 m/sec D. Did all the pupils reach the finish line? _______________________________ 2. Calculate the distance he covered after two hours.15 hr. Who finished last? ________________________ Why? _________________ Directions: Analyze the table below then answer the questions. Use the formula: distance= speed x time A. 55 km/hr B. 65 km/hr C. 8. What is its speed? A. The distance covered by both a pangolin and an ostrich was 10 km. PUPIL A B C D E DISTANCE 50m 50m 50m 50m 50m TIME 20sec 30sec 35sec 25sec 15sec 1. 230 km C. 70 km/hr D. Who finished first? ________________________ Why? _________________ 3. 40 km/hr C. 300 km 12. while that of the ostrich was 50 km/hr. 15 m/sec B. C. Which car traveled the slowest? ________________________________________ In what direction was it heading? ________________________________________ 6. D. The speed of the pangolin was 15 km/hr. CAR A B C D E DISTANCE 6km 6km 6km 6km 6km DIRECTION North South East West South TIME 40 min 30 min 20 min 15 min 20 min 4. The pangolin for it took him 0. Which cars were heading the same direction? ________________________________________ Directions: Find the speed of the following moving bodies. 80 km/hr 9. 240 km B. Ronnie runs at a speed in 40 seconds to cover a 200 meter distance. The ostrich for it took him 0. 5 m/sec C. . 20 m/sec 11. Which cars have the same speed? ________________________________________ Did they have the same direction? ________________________________________ 7.66 hr. 250 km D. 45 km/hr D. A car runs at a speed in 2 hours to cover a 150 km distance.

province D.Directions: Find the speed of the following moving bodies. 300 km/hr.66 m/sec 16. 3 kilometers/min. province 20. The car for it took him 1 hr. Cruz went to his relative in the province. 500 km/hr. province B. towards the city D. It took him 4 hours to cover the 800 kilometer distance. 400 km/hr. The speed of the car was 10 km/hr.65 m/sec B. 4 kilometers/min. Cagayan de Oro City C. 90 km/hr C.50 hr. 3. 600 km 17. C. Cagayan de Oro City 19. 100 km/hr D.. 100 km/hr. Cagayan de Oro City D. 200 km/hr. Mr. A jeepney runs for 3 hours to cover a 300 km distance. ( Formula: distance = speed X time ) A. towards the city C. D. 110 km/hr. A car travels at 200 kilometers in 2 hours going to Cagayan de Oro city. Which of the two reached the destination first? (Formula: Time= distance/speed) A. 3.64 m/sec D..63 m/sec C. 130 km/hr. Calculate the distance he covered after 2 hours. towards the city B. 13. Cagayan de Oro City B. What is his velocity? A. What is its speed? A. The car for it took him 2 hrs. 400 km D. 300 km/hr D. 400 km/hr B. 500 km B. Marcial runs at a speed of 2 hours to cover a 400 km distance. 120 km/hr. What is its speed? A.. Thee jeepney for it took him 0. towards the city . 120 km/hr 14. what is its velocity? A. If it takes a tricycle 30 minutes to cover a 6 kilometer drive to the city. 3.. B. 500 km/hr 15. 110 km/hr B. What is its velocity? A. What is its speed? A. 6 kilometers/min. while that of the jeepney was 40 km/hr. 200 km/hr C. Suppose the speed of a runner Mario in the last Division Palaro was 200 km/hr. 18. The distance covered by both a car and a jeepney was 20 km. 3. The jeepney for it took him 3 hours Directions: Give for the velocities of the following. Tony runs at a speed in 55 seconds to cover a 200 meter distance. 5 kilometers/min. province C. 300 km C.