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MV MONTESSORI INTEGRATED SCHOOL 3rd Quarter Periodical Test BIOLOGY II Name: _____________________________________________ R.S.___________ T.G.

_____________ Level: ____________________ Date: ____________________ P.S._____________________________ I. Write True if the statement is correct, False if it is incorrect. _________1. The Theory of Evolution was started by Charles Darwin. _________2. The Origin of Specie by Natural Selection was published on November 24, 1859. _________3. All species are capable of producing offspring faster that how the food supply increases. _________4. All living things show variation, that no two individuals are exactly alike. _________5. Favorable variations are inherited and passed on from one generation to the next. _________6. Successful variation produces great differences that result in new species. _________7. There is a fierce struggle for existence among organisms due to increase of population. _________8. Every individual is a product of evolution according to Charles Darwin. _________9. Human origin and development had been rebuilt from pre-human to human as the Theory of Evolution states. _________10. It has been believed that humans and the apes may have evolved from the same primate ancestors. II. Identify the following statements. ____________1. The percentage of people considered as polluters ____________2. Marine animal considered as delicacy in the coastal town of Sulu, Cebu and Eastern Luzon ____________3. Vertebrate that has hair or fur ____________4. Mammals that lay eggs and have a cloaca into which the urinary, digestive, and reproductive tracts are open ____________5. Mammals that give birth to small, under-developed young that grows in the mothers external pouch ____________6. Mammals whose young develops inside their mothers womb and are nourished by their mothers body until birth ____________7. The largest living animal in the world ____________8. The smallest mammal in the world ____________9. The bacterial virus which is composed of nucleic acids and proteins ____________10. Vertebrates that live on land and water III. Encircle the correct answer. 1. ( Erasmus Darwin, Charles Darwin ) wrote the book entitled The Origin of Specie by Natural Selection. 2. It was published on ( November 24, 1859 , November 24, 1958 ). 3. ( Charles Darwin, Jean-Baptiste Lamarck ) propagated the Theory Descent. 4. ( Ramapithecus, Homo Erectus ) is the earliest known direct ancestors of man. 5. ( Robustos, Africanus ) is a species of Australopithecus that is bigger than the other Africans, has more primitive skull, not a toolmaker. 6. ( Homo Erectus, Neantherdal Man ) were the first men whose fossils were found in Africa, grouped into Java man and into single specie, also called erect man who lived about 500 thousand years ago. 7. ( Robustos, Africanus ) is a species of Australopithecus who is a tool user, lived in more open game country, no teeth of a vegetarian, remains unchanged until it disappeared. 8. ( Neantherdal, Cro-Magnon) were the modern type of Homo sapiens who appeared in Europe, Asia and Africa about 100 thousand years ago. 9. ( Cro-Magnon, Ramapithecus ) were the successors of the Neantherdal man and resembled the modern man who lived in caves and were known as great hunters. 10. The title of the book written by Darwin is (The Theory of Descent, The Origin of Specie by Natural Selection ).

IV. Write the letter of your answer on the blanks. _____1. They are small squirrel-like who are very similar to the earliest primal animals a. Tree Shrews b. Lemurs or Lorises _____2. They resemble a small monkey feature and incredible beast with short hind limbs weighing more than 100 pounds a. Tress Shrews b. Lemurs or Lorises _____3. They are small in size, having huge eyes and have more flexible upper lips a. Tarsiers b. Monkeys _____4. The most varied group of primates which are separated by geographical areas a. Tarsiers b. Monkeys _____5. They are gibbons, siamangs, orangutans,gorillas, humans a. Hominoids b. Homo erectus _____6. A group of individuals who do not choose to mate within the same group, but mate outside the group that bring about changes in gene frequencies and new traits arise a. Mutation b. Migration _____7. If a pair of gene changes to another, the gene itself is altered a. Mutation b. Migration _____8. This is the case if both parents contribute genes to offsprings but no change in the frequencies occurred, instead human beings who are genetically unique are produced a. Recombination b. Genetic Drift _____9. It plays an important role in human evolution and influences genetic changes in small isolated group a. Recombination b. Genetic Drift _____10. This process empowers the human race to evolve from one generation to another wherein the organisms have desirable characteristics are selected to form new species a. Natural Selection b. Artificial Selection V. Enumerate the following. a. Give the two assumptions of Lamarcks Theory

b. Classification of Mammals (3)

c. Two specie of Australopithecus

d. Five different grades of Primates evolution

e. Five factors affecting the Evolution of plants, animals and human beings

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MV MONTESSORI INTEGRATED SCHOOL 3rd Quarter Periodical Test SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY I Name: ___________________________________________ R.S.____________ T.G._____________ Level: ____________________ Date: ____________________ P.S._____________________________ I. Write True if the statement is correct, False if it is incorrect. ________1. All living things obtain food and energy. ________2. The cell is the basic unit of structure of all living organisms. ________3. First order consumers eat plants. ________4. Denitrifying bacteria convert nitrates, nitrites and ammonia into oxygen. ________5. People are less important in sustaining the balance of nature. ________6. Nitrogen-fixing bacteria convert nitrogen from the air into nitrates. ________7. Conservation is the wise use of natural resources. ________8. A community is a group of population in an ecosystem. ________9. Species are particular kind of organisms. ________10. A food web is a combination of complex food chain. II. Identify the following statements. _____________1. An interaction between a community and its non-living environment _____________2. The study of interactions between living things and their environment _____________3. Organisms serve as the provider for food to the biotic community _____________4. Organisms that cannot make their own food, so they depend on plants for survival _____________5. Organisms cause the decay of plants and animals _____________6. It is a pathway of food and energy through the ecosystem _____________7. It is a complex network of feeding relationships made up of many interconnected food chains _____________8. Nitrates that remain in the soil are acted upon by the soil organisms _____________9. It is the process of manufacturing food in green plants _____________10. The green pigment in plants utilized by sunlight _____________11. Relationship of organisms wherein both are benefited _____________12. Relationship of organisms wherein one is not harm nor benefited _____________13. Relationship of organisms wherein one captures or kills another animal _____________14. Relationship of organisms wherein one is benefited and the other is harmed _____________15. Relationship of organism where there is a need for survival III. Match column A with column B. Write only the letter. A

B a. wet and dry b. eclipse c. tide d. moon e. 23 f. axis g. earth h. oblate i. revolution j. rotation

______1. Spinning or turning of the earth on its axis ______2. Movement of the earth around the sun ______3. The shape of the earth ______4. It is our home in space ______5. A point at which the earth spins ______6. Degrees at which the earth is tilted ______7. Our planets natural satellite ______8. The rise and fall in sea level spheroid ______9. Occurs when the moon, earth and sun are in line with one another ______10. Seasons we experience in our country

IV. Encircle the correct answer. 1. The side of the earth facing the sun has ( daytime, night time ). 2. ( Night time, Day time ) is the side of the side facing away from the sun. 3. The imaginary line which separates the zones of day and night is called ( twilight circle, equator ). 4. ( Solar eclipse, Lunar eclipse ) occurs when the sun, moon and earth fall in one straight line and the sun cannot be seen from a spot on earth because the moon covers it. 5. ( Solar eclipse, Lunar eclipse ) occurs when the sun, earth and moon are aligned, the moon cannot be seen from earth because the earth covers it, blocking the light from the sun. 6. The dark inner part of the shadow of an eclipse is called ( umbra, penumbra ). 7. ( Umbra, Penumbra ) is the lighter outer part of the shadow of an eclipse. 8. When the suns disk is completely covered by the moon, it is called ( total eclipse, partial eclipse ). 9. ( Total eclipse, Partial eclipse ) occurs when only a part of the suns disk is covered. 10. Lunar eclipse is very rare that it only occurs during a ( full moon, new moon ). V. Enumerate the following. a. Seasonal changes (4)

b. Arrange the planets according to the following : Mercury Saturn Venus Earth Pluto Mars Jupiter

Uranus Neptune

1. Distance from the sun ( nearest to the farthest )

2. Size in diameter ( biggest to the smallest )

3. Temperature ( coldest to the hottest )

4. Period of Rotation ( fastest to the slowest to rotate on its axis )

5. Period of Revolution ( slowest to the fastest to revolve around the sun )

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MV MONTESSORI INTEGRATED SCHOOL 3rd Quarter Periodical Test ENGLISH I Name: ___________________________________________ R.S.____________ T.G._____________ Level: ____________________ Date: ____________________ P.S._____________________________ Match the meaning in column A to the correct Idiomatic Expression in column B. A B ______1. Assured of a successful outcome a. In a nutshell ______2. In secret b. In a pinch ______3. To ponder, to study c. In the bag ______4. In a few words, concisely d. Out of the blue ______5. At a completely unexpected time e. Under the table ______6. To give careful consideration on something or someone f. Think twice about ______7. To think well of someone or something g. Think fit ______8. To consider that some action is right h. Think highly of ______9. To be thrifty i. Think hard ______10. To carefully consider j. Think over I.

II.

Identify the propaganda device used in some emotional appeals advertisers.

____________1. Only the favorable facts are presented while the unfavorable ones are not mentioned at all. ____________2. Hugging makes a child feel secure and aids in raising self-esteem. ____________3. A famous person promotes a product to make her fans or followers use it. ____________4. 9 out of 10 housewives use OLAY, the number one beauty cream in the Philippines. . . Dont be left out! ____________5. A person appears to be just an ordinary Filipino rather than the very rich, famous or powerful person he really is. ____________6. Vote for Juan Makabayan. He is a self-made man. He grew up in an unknown barrio, studied hard to become a freedom fighter. ____________7. People are pressured to think as others do. The appeal basically says, Everyone is doing it, so why dont you? ____________8. My skin is smooth, soft and clear because of Skin-All. Try it and be beautiful like me. ____________9. An act or product is connected to what people value most in life. People will do the thing or buy the product without examination. ____________10. Wonder Turbo Broiler, the most portable oven. It is made for all your cooking needs. It steams, roasts, toasts, bakes, warms, cooks and grills!

III.

Identify the given verbs. Write Regular or Irregular on the blanks. _____________6. print _____________7. talk _____________8. write _____________9. has _____________10. put _____________11. clean _____________12. fall _____________13. shake _____________14. move _____________15. run

_____________1. come _____________2. keep _____________3. climb _____________4. walk _____________5. teach

IV.

Write the correct past form of the following verbs. 9. visit 10. bake 11. take 12. correct 13. clap 14. grow 15.hide _______________ _______________ _______________ _______________ _______________ _______________ _______________

1. catch ________________ 2. do 3. sing 4. rise ________________ ________________ ________________

5. build ________________ 6. clear 7. paint ________________ ________________

8. begin ________________

V.

Underline the verb and write whether it is a transitive, intransitive or linking verb.

___________1. The mailman delivered the letter next door. ___________2. The children played in the morning ___________3. My sister is a doctor. ___________4. The Tigers lost their game. ___________5. The soldiers celebrated last week. ___________6. Father is the president of that company. ___________7. Mother makes coffee every morning. ___________8. James went to the beach last Sunday. ___________9. The customers were happy at the discounted items. ___________10. Maribel inherited one million pesos.