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COLEGIO INGLS BRITISH ROYAL SCHOOL CONCEPCIN

Paicav N 3281, Alto Los Prncipes - Concepcin


Fonos (41) 2522020 2522929
Teacher: Miss Jasmn Glvez
Subject: Natural / 6th Grade

NATURAL TEST

UNIT 5: Earth and its resources

Name: ______________________________________Class: 6th Royal


Date: December 06th Total Score: 52 points S.Score: ___

Unit Earth and its resources


Contents Section 1: The layers of the Earth
Section 2: Changes in the layer of the Earth

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS:
You have 1 hour for the test
Read carefully each of the questions and answer the test using lead pencil.
Check your test 3 times before handing it in to your teacher.
Raise your hand if you have any question.
Work in SILENCE

I. ITEM: MULTIPLE CHOICE

.READ the questions and CIRCLE the right answer (14 points)

Using the information in the table below, answer questions 1 and 2

1.- Where is the largest amount of water on the planet found?


A. The atmosphere.
B. The oceans.
C. Underground.
D. Lakes, rivers, and streams.

2.- Where is the largest reserve of fresh water in the world found?
A. The oceans.
B. Underground water.
C. Lakes, rivers, and streams.
D. Glaciers and polar caps.
Using the graphs below, answer questions 3 and 4

3 .-Which of the following statements is correct?


A. The concentration of carbon dioxide has remained constant.
B. The concentration of carbon dioxide has decreased over time.
C. Since 1800, the concentration of carbon dioxide has risen.
D. Since 1800, the concentration of carbon dioxide has fallen.

4.-Which of the following claims is incorrect?


A. Temperatures remained relatively constant until 1800.
B. The planets temperature has varied in the last millennium.
C. The planets temperature has significantly increased since 1900.
D. Over the last millennium the median temperature has decreased.

5.- Which of the following characteristics demonstrates the key role water plays in life?

I. It forms the environment in which life begins.


II. It forms a part of the habitat for many living things.
III. It is a major component of living things.

A. I and II.
B. II and III.
C. I and III.
D. I, II, and III.

6.-Which of the following are the layers of the Earth according to the chemical model?
A. The crust, mantle, and external nucleus.
B. The crust and internal and external nucleus.
C. The crust, mantle, and nucleus.
D. The crust, mantle, and asthenosphere.

7.- Which of the following factors does not pollute the atmosphere?

A. Increase in acid rain.


B. Production of oxygen.
C. Reduction in the ozone.
D. Greenhouse effect.
II.- VOCABULARY
Write down the definition of the following words ( 10 points)

1. - Soil: ________________________________________________________
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2. - Erosion: _____________________________________________________
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3. - Overexplotaition: ______________________________________________
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4. -pollution: ____________________________________________________
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5.-boiling : ______________________________________________________
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III.- ITEM: MATCHING

Match each layer of the atmosphere (COLUMN A) with its description (COLUMN
B), theres one layer that you dont need to match ( 5 points)

COLUMN A COLUMN B

Ionosphere
1. Layer that contains seventy five percent of
the atmospheric mass

Troposphere
2. - Layer that is mainly composed by hydrogen
and helium

Stratosphere
3. Layer that allows radio waves to be sent all
over the planet
Radiosphere

4.- Layer with the lowest temperature


Mesosphere

5.- Layer located between fifteen and fifty


Exosphere kilometers above the Sea level.
IV.- COMPLETION

Complete with the missing names of the Physical model of the Layers of the earth ( 5
points)

V.- DEVELOPMENT
Answer the following question
1.- Draw and explain the Chemical model of the layers of the air ( 5 points)
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2. Name three ways to protect the atmosphere (3 points)


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3.- Complete a comparative table between the hydrosphere and the lithosphere ( 10
points)
Hydrosphere / Lithosphere

Similarities

Differences

Hydrosphere Lithosphere

Description

Characteristics

Changes

Protection