PROGRAM DIDIK CEMERLANG AKADEMIK (PDCA) 2009 UPSR

MODULE 12 SCIENCE

 

PROGRAM DIDIK CEMERLANG AKADEMIK UPSR 2009

MODULE 12 SCIENCE
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JABATAN PELAJARAN NEGERI PULAU PINANG (JPN PP) BAHAGIAN PENYELARASAN PENYERTAAN BUMIPUTERA (BPPB), UNIT PENYELARASAN PELAKSANAAN, JABATAN PERDANA MENTERI LEMBAGA KEMAJUAN WILAYAH PULAU PINANG ( PERDA ), UNIT PENYELARASAN PELAKSANAAN, JABATAN PERDANA MENTERI PUSAT URUS ZAKAT PULAU PINANG (PUZ), MAJLIS AGAMA ISLAM NEGERI PULAU PINANG
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Then. Choose the correct answer. proceed to the next question. The suggested time for this section is 45 minutes. FIGURE 1 What do P . Does not point to any direction. Appears between December and February. C and D. Orion Big Dipper Scorpio Southern Figure 1 shows a constellation. If you are unable to answer a question. Q. A B C D 3.PROGRAM DIDIK CEMERLANG AKADEMIK (PDCA) 2009 UPSR MODULE 12 SCIENCE   SECTION A Answer all the questions. A group of stars that form a certain pattern in the sky is called a ……… A B C D cosmos constellation astronomer navigator 2. B. R and S represent ? A B C D Stars Comets Asteroids Meteoroids 1 . The statements below refer to the constellation …. blacken your answer on the answer sheet provided. 1. Every question is followed by four answers A.

Figure 2 shows a constellation. Figure 3 shows an object. FIGURE 2 The constellation has the pattern of ……. 2 .PROGRAM DIDIK CEMERLANG AKADEMIK (PDCA) 2009 UPSR MODULE 12 SCIENCE   4. FIGURE 3 Which constellation has the same pattern as this object ? A B C D 7. A B C D a cross a hunter a scorpion a bowl with handle 5. a group of travellers were lost in a desert. Which of the following constellation and patterns is correctly matched ? Constellation A B C D Orion Scorpion Big Dipper Southern Cross Pattern Hunter Kite Cross Bear 6. Orion Scorpion Big dipper Southern Cross One night. Look at the direction of movement of the meteor. What should they do to find their way ? A B C D Look at the moon Look at the stars in the sky Look at the positions of the constellations in the sky.

FIGURE 5 The constellations above can be seen between A B C D 12. A B C D 1 hour 24 hours 28 days 365 days 9. 11. Figure 5 shows two constellations. Which of the following constellation has the above characteristics ? A B C D Orion Big Dipper Scorpion Southern Cross 3 . April to June January to March July to September October to December The following information shows the characteristics of a constellation. The sunlight is too bright during the daytime The constellation is blocked by the Moon during the daytime. Why are the constellation not seen during the daytime ? A B C D The stars do not shine during the daytime. The earth takes ______________to make one complete rotation. Which of the following are the importance of the constellation ? I II III IV A B C D To indicate time To indicate direction To foretell the future To tell the history of the animals. I and II only I and III only II and III only II and IV only. • • Consists of seven stars Forms a pattern of a handle and a bowl. 10. The Earth’s atmosphere is thick during the daytime.PROGRAM DIDIK CEMERLANG AKADEMIK (PDCA) 2009 UPSR MODULE 12 SCIENCE   8.

P. S.R Which of the following are true about the rotation of the Earth ? I II III A B C D It rotates from west to east. Which of the following is not a constellation ? A Orion B Saturn C Scorpion D Big Dipper Which of the following constellation shows the South pole ? A Orion B Scorpion C Big Dipper D Southern Cross We can see the Moon during the night because the A Moon gives out light B Moon reflects light from the Sun C Moon reflects light from the Earth D Moon gives out heat. 17. 4 . west D East. P. S. north The Figure 6 shows four phases of the Moon. It takes 24 hours to make a complete rotation It causes the occurrence of night and day I and II only I and III only II and III only I.PROGRAM DIDIK CEMERLANG AKADEMIK (PDCA) 2009 UPSR MODULE 12 SCIENCE   13. R Q. 14. Q. II and III. S. A B C D 18. R. P. 16. FIGURE 6 Arrange the phases of the Moon in the correct sequence. R P. The Earth rotates on its own axis from the ____________ to the ___________ A west. east B north. 15. S. south C east. Q Q.

.m. Moves around the Sun in an elliptical orbit..00 a. FIGURE 7 The time is most probably…. A B C D the rotation of the Earth on its axis the rotation of the Moon on its axis the rotation of the Earth around the Sun the rotation of the Moon around the Earth 20. Takes 365 ½ days to compare one round. The statement below refers to ………. takes 29½ days to move around the Earth. A B C D eclipse early night daytime midnight 21. All the following are correct about the rotation of the Moon.m.00 1. 5 . 22. A B C D causes the formation of different length and direction of shadows rotates on its axis from west to east.00 10.. except…. p.m. A B C D 8.. causes the formation of different shapes of the Moon. a. p. The part of the Earth that is facing the Sun will experience ….m.PROGRAM DIDIK CEMERLANG AKADEMIK (PDCA) 2009 UPSR MODULE 12 SCIENCE   19.00 2. Figure 7 shows the shadow of a lamp post at a certain time.

the new moon the full moon the crescent the half moon. FIGURE 9 X is ……. A B C D 25. Figure 8 shows the position of the shadow of a school at a certain time. FIGURE 8 What are the pupils doing at this time ? A B C D 24. they are starting their lessons they are going home from school they are having their lunch they are exercising in the afternoon. FIGURE 10 At which position is the Moon when the crescent is seen from the Earth ? A B C D 2 and 4 4 and 6 2 and 8 6 and 8 6 . Figure 10 shows a few positions of the Moon while it moves round the Earth. Figure 9 shows the phases of the Moon at different times of the month.PROGRAM DIDIK CEMERLANG AKADEMIK (PDCA) 2009 UPSR MODULE 12 SCIENCE   23.

7 .PROGRAM DIDIK CEMERLANG AKADEMIK (PDCA) 2009 UPSR MODULE 12 SCIENCE   26. crescent. FIGURE 11 What does the mirror represent ? A B C D 28. half moon Full moon. crescent. Which is the correct order of the phases of the Moon ? A B C D New moon. half moon New moon. crescent. Haikal carries out a simulation to show that the Moon reflects sunlight. half moon. M. half moon. M L. FIGURE 12 Which of the following is the correct order of the diagrams which shows the change in the length and position of the shadow from morning to the evening ? A B C D K. N M. full moon. N. new moon. L. He sets up the apparatus as shown in Figure 11. full moon. L. N. L. N. K M. The Sun The Moon The Earth The axis. K. full moon. The Figure 12 shows the length and position of the shadow of a stick in a field at different times of the day. K. new moon. Crescent. 27.

One night. The Moon is covered by thick clouds. I and II only I and III only II and III only I. She could not see the Moon that night. II and III. I and II only I and III only II and III only I. Q and R will experience daytime. Yasmin looked up at the sky. What are the likely Reasons ? I II III A B C D The Moon is in the new moon phase. II and III. The Moon does not reflect sunlight.PROGRAM DIDIK CEMERLANG AKADEMIK (PDCA) 2009 UPSR MODULE 12 SCIENCE   29. Q and R on the Earth. Figure 13 below shows three places P. FIGURE 13 What will happen 12 hours later ? I II III A B C D P will experience night-time Q and R will experience daytime P. 8 . 30.

___________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________ ( 2 marks ) (b) Name the constellation that appears in summer. FIGURE 1 (a) Name the two constellations above that point to the same direction.PROGRAM DIDIK CEMERLANG AKADEMIK (PDCA) 2009 UPSR MODULE 12 SCIENCE   SECTION B ( 20 MARKS ) The time suggested for this section is 30 minutes. Answer all questions. i. ___________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________ ( 2 marks ) 9 . proceed to the next question. 1. Figure 1 shows three constellations. ii. i. ii. If you are unable to answer a question. ________________________________________________________________________ ( 1 mark ) (c) State two uses of constellation.

Which constellation is used to show the direction of the South Pole? ________________________________________________________________________ ( 1 mark ) (c) At which time of the year can constellation P and Q be seen ? ________________________________________________________________________ ( 1 mark ) (d) The positions of constellation in the sky change from time to time .PROGRAM DIDIK CEMERLANG AKADEMIK (PDCA) 2009 UPSR MODULE 12 SCIENCE   2. • • • • • • Made up of seven stars Can be seen in the northern sky Looks like a bowl with a handle P Made up of four stars Can be seen in the southern sky Looks like a brilliant cross. name constellations P and Q. Q ( a ) Based on the above information. _________________________________________________________________________ ( 1 mark ) 10 . P : _______________________________________________________________________ Q : _______________________________________________________________________ ( 1 mark ) ( b ) i. Which constellation is used to show the direction of the North Pole? ________________________________________________________________________ ( 1 mark ) ii. The information below shows the characteristics of two constellations. Give one reason.

00 p.00 a.00 p.m. i.m. to 3.PROGRAM DIDIK CEMERLANG AKADEMIK (PDCA) 2009 UPSR MODULE 12 SCIENCE   3. Give one reason.m. ________________________________________________________________________ ( 1 mark ) (c) .m. ________________________________________________________________________ ( 1 mark ) ( b ) There is almost no shadow at 1. The bar chart in Figure 2 shows the length of the shadow of an object at different times of the day. What is measured ? _____________________________________________________________________ ( 2 marks ) ( d ) Predict the length of the shadow at 4. What is changed ? _____________________________________________________________________ Based on the investigation ii.00 p. FIGURE 2 ( a ) State the trend in the change in the length of the shadow from 9. __________________________________________________________________________ ( 1 mark ) 11 .

FIGURE 3 ( a ) Name the following phases of the Moon. State the day of the month in the lunar calendar when the phase of the Moon at the stage T can be seen. R : _______________________ T : _______________________ S : ________________________ U : ________________________ ( 2 marks ) ( b ) What is the trend in the change in size of the Moon from stage R to stage T ? ______________________________________________________________________________ ( 1 mark ) ( c ) Based on the lunar calendar. __________________________________________________________________________ ( 1 mark ) ( d ) The Moon cannot produce its own light. the phase of the Moon at the stage R occurs on the 1st month. Why ? __________________________________________________________________________ ( 1 mark ) 12 . Figure 3 shows the places of the Moon. But we can see the light of Moon.PROGRAM DIDIK CEMERLANG AKADEMIK (PDCA) 2009 UPSR MODULE 12 SCIENCE   4.