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K to 12 based 1st periodic test in english 5

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  1. 1. 1 Now I have another pearl for my queen’s necklace. 1ST QUARTERLY EXAMINATION IN ENGLISH 5 I. Listen to the selection the teacher will read. Blacken the circle of the letter of the correct answer to the given questions in each item about it. 1. What happened to Jenny’s tooth one day? a. Her milk tooth had wiggled and turned for the last time then fall to her book. b. Jenny saw a tooth fairy. c. Mother saw the tooth of Jenny under her pillow. d. The fairy talked to Jenny. 2. Which of these elements of the story is correct? a. Main Character – the tooth fairy b. Setting- One afternoon at the school c. Main character-Jenny d. Setting- One day in school ground 3. When Jenny said to her Mother, “I will stay awake. Oh, I want to see the fairy,” she muttered sleepily, what do you think is her mood? a. Lonely b. Sad c. Hopeful d. fearful 4. Which of these parts of the story tells fantasy? a. The fairy dropped the tooth into a golden purse. b. Before going to bed that night, Jenny put the tooth under her pillow. c. Jenny’s milk tooth had wiggled and turned for the last time then fell down. d. Jenny snuggled under for blanket with her eyes wide open. 5. Which of these states what you may conclude about the text? a. Jenny believed that fairy really exists. b. Mother does not believe jenny at all. c. The fairies really exist. d. Tooth fairy really visited jenny while sleeping. 6. If you are going to recount the events of the story and try to retell it to others, which of the following events will you include? a. Jenny’s milk tooth giggled then fell onto the page of the book. b. Jenny went to the library. c. Mother woke Jenny up. d. Jenny’s tooth under her pillow was gone. 7. If you will retell the story of Jenny to others, which facial expression will you show when you are to tell the last part of the story? a. b. c. d. 8. From the text heard, the sentence in the box was used. Which of the following is the meaning of the underlined compound word used? a. A decorative chain or string of jewels worn around the neck b. A decorative chain or string of jewels worn around the ankle c. A decorative chain or string of jewels worn around the waistline. d. None of the above.
  2. 2. 2 Princess Polite (Short Story) Once there was a girl called Princess Polite but people in her castle called her Polly or Polly Polite. One day a super star came to her castle. Polly said “Why have you come here? And what is your name?” The super star said “My name is Sarah Jones. I’m here to rock out on your castles stage!” Polly said “I don’t have a stage in my castle!” “Ooooh dear!” Sarah cried. Polly said “I will make a grand stage just for you and I will name it Stage Sarah.” Sarah said “You don’t have to call it stage Sarah.” Polly called for the best builders in the land to come build the stage. The building started. It took them two years to build it! Polly called Sarah on the phone. “It’s finished come see!” Polly said. “Sure, I’ll be there as soon as possible!” Super star. “ I have a very special friend with me, James Sammy. I met him at a wedding.” Sarah said.“Oh how sweet!” Polly said. “Nice to meet you Polly Polite.” the handsome prince said.“You smell like tuna!’ Polly said. “Oh.” He said. “We are here to get married!” Sarah said. “Wait, I thought we were here to see you rock out. I don’t want to marry you!” James said, “I want to marry Polly!”Polly married the prince. The rock star rocked out on the stage but was crying the whole time. She stopped crying for a moment then she cried into a bucket it had a thousand drips in it and it went all the way up to the top. She had to tip it out and start all over again. The prince and the princess lived happily ever after. The rock star spent the rest of her life crying a million tears into a bucket and starting all over again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again 9. Out of the darkness, the shiniest little fairy any could imagine came out. The statement above came from the text. What does the underlined affixed word mean when you will analyze its structure? a. lack of taste b. lack of light c. lack of dark d. none of the above 10.The exam of the students will be this coming week. The underlined word in the sentence is a clipped word. Which of the following do you think is its original word and its synonym? a. Examination-assessment b. Examine-assess c. Examinee-interviewee d. All of the above 11.We must watch the simulcast on television now. The underlined word in the sentence is a blended word. Which of the following do you think is its original word and its meaning? a. Simulation-false appearance b. Simulacrum-representation of image c. Simultaneous broadcast-live broadcast d. All of the above 12.Which of the following is onomatopoeia? a. But a better butter makes a batter better b. Men sell the wedding bells. c. The gushing stream flows in the forest. d. Do not go gentle in that good night 13.If you are talking/ conversing with familiar people, you use simple words and speak in familiar conversational tones. Which of these you must use? a. Formal English c. Polite English b. In-formal English d. Friendly English Read the following literary text.. Blacken the circle of the letter of the correct answer to the given questions in each item about it. .
  3. 3. 3 14.What do you think is the theme of the literary text? a. A polite Princess-Polly Polite. b. A rock star in a palace c. The wedding of Polly Polite d. None of the above 15.If you were Princess Polite, how often should you observe politeness? a. Most of the time c. All of the time b. Seldom d. Never 16.As James Sammy said “Wait, I thought we were here to see you rock out. I don’t want to marry you!” James said, “I want to marry Polly!” without hesitation, he did not show tactfulness. If you were James Sammy, which of these will you do? a. Show tactfulness all the time. b. Show tactfulness most of the time c. Show tactfulness very seldom d. Never show tactfulness to anyone. 17.Sarah cried into a bucket. What figure of speech is this statement from the text belong? a. Simile b. Metaphor c. Personification d. Hyperbole 18-20 Summarize the narrative text about Princess Polite in 5-10 sentences 21.If you will analyze the poem, which of these show metaphor? a. Trust is a shiny crystal sheet of glass? b. It disappear down a road s of no return. c. Until it cracked, shattered, gone d. None of the above.
  4. 4. 4 22.What figurative language does this part of the poem show? a. Simile b. metaphor c. personification d. hyperbole 23. If you will get rhymes from the poem, which of these are they? a. of-off b. replaced-backed c. tears-girls d. none of the choices 24.What sound device was used in the following part of the poem? Trust is a shiny crystal sheet of glass a. Onomatopoeia b. assonance c. alliteration d. dissonance 25.What do you think is the theme of the text? a. Never break trust of other unto you. b. Trust is not important. c. Trust is breakable. d. None of the above. II. Watch the video clip the teacher will show. 26.Who is the main character of the video clip you watched? a. The crow and the ant c. the Frog and the turtle b. The bird and the ant d. The country mouse and the town mouse 27.Which of this tells the setting of video clip? a. Once the country mouse invited its town mouse friend in its home. b. Once the invited its friend town mouse to have dinner with it at home c. Once the invited its friend all the town mouse to have dinner with it at home. d. None of the above III. Compose a clear and coherent sentences using the following grammatical structures: Aspects of verbs 28.Study 29.Am playing Modals 30.used to 31.must work Conjunctions 32.and 33. because IV. Read the selection below. Answer the given questions about it afterwards. That, when her brother tears its head off The Uniqueness of the Outer Space One of the challeges that is unique to space is the fact that space is a vacuum, which is a risk for vrious reasons. First, in vacuum, there is no atmosphere and therefore no air pressure. Without air pressure, the human body has no oxygen to sustain itself. After too many minutes without oxygen, a person would loses consciousness and eventually die. Also, in a vacuum aperson’s blood will gradually begin to boil. Finally, without an atmosphere, the rays of the sun can cause radiation posoning. Another difficulty that is unique to outer space is the presence of meteors and micrometeors. These are pieces of rock and metal that are left over from the formation of the solar system. Many of these objects travel at very high speeds. Under the Earth's blanket of air, people are usually protected from metor impacts. However, in space, people and spaceships are vulnerable to collisions with meteors. It is true that the chance of metor impacts is relatively small, but if even a small micrometeor happens to collide with a spacecraft, it could cause serious damage.
  5. 5. 5 34-35 Plan an outline about the selection above using a graphic organizer or sentence outline 36-38 Write two to three-paragraph composition based on your prepared outline about it. 39-40. Revise the following paragraph for clarity: correct spelling, punctuation marks transition/signal words must be checked and used. G o o d l u c k !!!!! Throughout human history, the phisical universe has often presented dangers to explorers. For example, when primitive humans left their tribal villages to search for food and water, they risked death or injury from dangerous animals. - ____, when people sailed the oceans in search of new lands for settlement or trade, many died in terrible storms. ________, the ocean of outer space has many dangers, but it also has several uniquey challenges for explorers.
  6. 6. 6 1ST QUARTERLY EXAMINATION IN ENGLISH 5 TABLE OF SPECIFICATION LEARNING CONPETENCIES ITEM PLACEMENT # OF ITEM % OF ITEM I. LISTENING COMPREHENSION 1. Noting significant details of literary texts 1-5, 12 6 15.00 % 2. Elements of literary texts 3. Analyze sound devices (onomatopoeia, alliteration, assonance) 4. Infer the speaker’s tone, mood or purpose 5. Distinguish reality from fantasy II. Oral Language 6. Use appropriate facial expressions 6,7,13 3 7.50% 7. Use formal and informal English when appropriate to task and situation 8. Recount events effectively III. Vocabulary Development 9. Infer the meaning of unfamiliar words (compound, affixed, blended, clipped)) based on given context clues (synonyms, antonyms, word parts) and other strategies 8,9,10,11 4 10.00 % IV. Reading Comprehension 10.Infer the theme of literary text 14, 17,18- 20,21-25 10 25.00 % 11. Summarize narrative texts based on elements –Theme ,Setting, Characters (Heroes and Villains) , Plot (beginning, middle and ending) 12. Analyze a 2-stanza poem in terms of its elements (rhymes, sound devices, imagery and figurative language) 13.Analyze figures of speech (simile, metaphor, personification, hyperbole) in a given text V. Grammar 14.Compose clear and coherent sentences using appropriate grammatical structures: -Aspects of verbs 28-33 6 15.00 % 15.Compose clear and coherent sentences using appropriate grammatical structures: -Modals 16.Compose clear and coherent sentences using appropriate grammatical structures: -conjunctions VI. Writing/ Composition 17.Plan a two to three-paragraph composition using an outline /other graphic organizers and Write two to three- paragraph composition based on the prepared outline 34-40 7 17.50 % 18.Revise writing for clarity - correct spelling -punctuation marks -transition/signal words VII. Viewing 19.Describe different forms and conventions of film and moving pictures (lights, blocking, direction, characterization, acting, dialog, setting or set-up) EN5VC-Ic-5.1 26-27 2 4.00% 20.Distinguish among various types of viewing materials EN5VC-Id-6 VIII. Attitude 21.Observe politeness at all times EN5A-Ic-16 16-17 2 4%22.Show tactfulness when communicating with others politeness at all times EN5A-Id-17 TOTAL 40 100.0 0% Prepared by: MARISSA SUDARA GILLADO Teacher III Victoria Central School Victoria Oriental Mindoro
  7. 7. 7 Listening story: Tooth Fairy Jenny snuggled under for blanket with her eyes wide open. “I will stay awake. Oh, I want to see the fairy,” she muttered sleepily. That afternoon in school, her milk tooth had wiggled and turned for the last time. It fell on a page of the book that Jenny was reading. Now she had a space just as most of her schoolmates had, right in the middle of her beautiful grin. Before going to bed that night, Jenny put the tooth under her pillow to see whether a fairy would take it away and leaved a surprise in its place. She wanted to stay awake, but her eyelids drooped and closed. The room was still quiet. Then, a tinkle, like the sound of a music box, filled the air. Out of the darkness, the shiniest little fairy any could imagine, floated into the room. She knelt down beside Jenny’s pillow and found the hidden tooth. The fairy dropped the tooth into a golden purse and whispered, “Now I have another pearl for my queen’s necklace. Thanks to you Jenny. Out of gratitude, I will leave you this coin. It will be your reward and will bring you luck, Jenny.” The music began again, and the fairy fluttered away. “Wake up, Child,” Jenny’s mother bent over her. Before she opened her eyes, Jenny reached under the pillow. She was surprised when she felt something there. When she saw the coin, she sat up smiling. “Mother,” she cried, “did the fairy come or was I dreaming?” Mother smiled and said, “You want to believe that she came, don’t you? So why don’t we just make believe that she did?” With that thought, Jenny just smiled. “But I saw her, Mother. I just don’t know how. I wish I didn’t fall asleep,” she said winking at Mother. “Oh, well, I still have baby teeth anyway!”

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