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# Department of Education

## Region IV-A- CALABARZON

Division ofBatangas
SCHOOLS DISTRICT OF NASUGBU EAST
Nasugbu

THIRD QUARTERLY
TEST
IN
SCIENCE V
S.Y. 2017-2018
Prepared by:

## School Science Coordinators of SDNE

MA.CECILIA D. MAGSINO

CHONA M. MALABANAN
Latag Elementary School

ANGELINA M. PANGANIBAN
Tumalim Elementary School

## MARIA CRISTINA B. SALVID

Pingkian Elementary School

IRISH P. MACALINDONG
Catandaan Elementary School

Noted:

## GREGORIO V. MENESES, Ed.D.

District Supervisor
Department of Education
Region IV-A- CALABARZON
Division ofBatangas
SCHOOLS DISTRICT OF NASUGBU EAST
Nasugbu

## THIRD QUARTERLY TEST IN SCIENCE V

S.Y. 2017-2018
TABLE OF SPECIFICATION

## SKILLS NO.OF ITEMS % OF ITEMS ITEM PLACEMENT

Identify the types of motion 2 4% 1,13
Define what is motion 4 8% 2,3,11, 27
Explain how to compute for 2 4% 4,29
speed of an object
Importance of Using 1 2% 28
Appropriate Tools and
Standard Units

## Describing the Motion of an 1 2% 12

Object by Tracing Change in
Position (distance travelled)
Over a Period of Time

## Differentiate conductor and 2 4% 5,15

insulator materials
Materials which are Good 2 4% 14,30
Conductors of Heat and
Electricity

## Explain the importance of 3 6% 16,17,18

knowing that
some materials are good
conductors of heat and
electricity
Describe the characteristics of 2 4% 6,19
black and colored objects.
Identify materials that can 2 4% 7,20,
block, transmit and absorb light
Identifying the parts of an 10 20% 8,31,32,33,34,41-45
electric circuit
Determine the effects of 3 6% 9,37,38
changing the number of
components in a circuit
Discuss what circuit is and its 3 6% 38,39,40
importance
Identifying the Characteristics 4 8% 21,24,25,36
of Magnet

## Identifying the Characteristics 4 8% 10,21,22,35

of Electricity
Explaining What is 1 2% 26
Electromagnet

## Give examples of how a circuit 5 10% 46-50

is applied in daily life
Department of Education
Region IV-A- CALABARZON
Division ofBatangas
SCHOOLS DISTRICT OF NASUGBU EAST
Nasugbu

## Third Quarter Examination in Science 5

Name:_________________________________________ Date:_________________________

## Test I. TRUE OR FALSE

Directions: Write true if the statement is correct and False if it is not.

__________1. The Earth moving around the sun is an example of circular motion.
__________2. Motion is a change in position measured by distance and time. Motion depends
on the distance travelled and the length of time.
__________3. A person running is an ideal reference point.
__________4. To get the speed of an object you have to divide distance over time.
__________5. Insulator materials transmit heat and electricity while conductor materials do not.
__________6. Black or colored objects absorb more heat than white objects.
__________7. Transparent materials block the source of light and produce shadow.
__________8. Wires control the flow of current in a circuit.
__________9. When a 1.5 V battery is replaced with a 3V battery the bulb gets brighter.
__________10.Electricity can be transformed to magnetism, heat and light.

## Test II. MULTIPLE CHOICE

Directions: Choose the letter of the correct answer.
____11. What causes the object that moves along a surface to slow down and eventually stop?
a. friction c. gravity
b. energy d. force
____12. Which illustration does not shows object in motion?

____13. Which illustration shows the movement of the hula hoop around your body?
______14. Which of the following DOES NOT belong to the group?
a. aluminum c. copper
b. plastic d. iron
______15. Materials that block an electric current from flowing are called ________________.
a. insulators c. conductors
______16. You should not turn on switch if your hands are wet because ________
a. The switch will not move.
b. The switch will cut the electricity.
c. The water will destroy the switch.
d. The wet hand may conduct electricity.
______17. The main reason for using aluminum to make cooking pans is because:
a. It is a good conductor of heat.
b. It is a good conductor of electricity.
c. It has a very high density.
d. it is very strong.
______18. Why is electrical wiring usually covered with a layer of plastic?
a. To help electricity flow along the wire
b. To make it look better
c. To save electricity
d. To make it safe
______19. Which object would absorb the most light and heat?
a. black shirt c. green leaf
b. red apple d. white car
______20. If red and green lights are shining on a red apple, what happens to the red and green
lights?
a. Both are absorbed c. Red is reflected and green is absorbed
b. Both are reflected d. Green is reflected and red is absorbed

III. IDENTIFICATION
Directions: Identify what is being described in each statement.

## _______________________________21.It is a material or object that produces a magnetic

field.
______________________________ 22. A flow of electric charge
_______________________________23. It carries electrons of energy that come from a
source that flows to a wire to receiving device where it will be used.
_______________________________24-25. Two poles of a magnet
______________________________ 26. It is a piece of metal that acts like a magnet when
electric current flows through it
_______________________________27. It is a change in position measured by distance and
time
_______________________________28. A uniform system of measurement
_______________________________29.Formula in finding speed of an object
_______________________________30. materials that transmit heat and electricity

## Test IV. MATCHING TYPE

Direction: Match column A to column B.
A B
_____31. Wire/s A. Opens and closes the circuit
_____32. Electric Circuit B.Where the electrons come from like the
battery.
_____33. Switch C. Through which the electrons flow
_____34. Energy Source D. A path where electric current flows.
_____35. Electricity E. Part operated by the electricity such as a light bulb.
_____36. Magnet F. The path becomes completed and have a
closed circuit
_____37. Unjointed Wires G. There is a break in the path and this opens
the circuit.
_____38. “ON” H. A material that produces magnetic field.
_____39. Load I. It can be transformed to magnetism,heat
and light.
_____40. “OFF” J. Wires that does not allow the current to flow.

Test V A. Draw an example of simple electric circuit inside the box below.

## Electricity is important because

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Prepared by:

## School Science Coordinators of SDNE

MA.CECILIA D. MAGSINO

CHONA M. MALABANAN
Latag Elementary School

ANGELINA M. PANGANIBAN
Tumalim Elementary School

## MARIA CRISTINA B. SALVID

Pingkian Elementary School

IRISH P. MACALINDONG
Catandaan Elementary School
KEY TO CORRECTION

1. TRUE
2. TRUE
3. FALSE
4. TRUE
5. FALSE
6. TRUE
7. FALSE
8. FALSE
9. TRUE
10. TRUE
11. C
12. C
13. A
14. B
15. A
16. D
17. A
18. D
19. A
20. D
21. Magnet
22. Electric current
23. Electricity
24. 24-25 . north pole and south pole
25.
26. Electromagnet
27. Motion
28. International system of Unit Measurement
29. Speed – Distance / Time
30. Conductors

31. C
32. D
33. A
34. B
35. I
36. H
37. J
38. F
39. E
40. G
41. -45