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4th Quarter Science 7

```SCHOOLS DIVISION OFFICE - KALINGA
CURRICULUM IMPLEMENTATION DIVISION
4th Quarter Assessment Test
Science 7
Name: ________________________________
Score: ___________
WRITTEN TASK: Read each item carefully. Choose the letter of the best answer for each
1. Which is the reference line when determining the latitude?
A. Arctic Circle
C. Antarctic Circle
B. Equator
D. Prime Meridian
2. How would you describe the lines of latitude?
A. They are parallel to each other. C. They all meet in the North Pole.
B. They are parallel to the longitudes. D. They all meet in the South Pole.
3. Not all lines of latitude are shown on the globe. If you want to find 40⁰N, where should you
look?
A. Left side of the prime meridian
C. Lower hemisphere
B. Right side of the prime meridian
D. Upper hemisphere
For numbers 5-6, refer to the figure above.
4. Which coordinate show the location of point 3?
A. 15⁰N, 15⁰W
C. 45⁰N, 15⁰E
B. 30⁰N, 45⁰E
D. 30⁰S, 45⁰W
5. Jenny was asked by the teacher to describe the location of point 7, which coordinate
A. Point 7 is located at latitude 30⁰N and longitude45⁰E.
B. Point 7 is located at latitude 30⁰S and longitude45⁰W.
C. Point 7 is located at latitude 45⁰S and longitude30⁰E.
D. Point 7 is located at latitude 15⁰N and longitude15⁰W.
6. Water is one of nature’s gifts to us. People need fresh water for many purposes. Which of
these is/are its purpose?
I.
We use water for domestic purposes.
II.
We need water to generate electricity
III.
We need water for irrigation
A. I only
B. II only
C. II and III
D. I, II and III
7. We get our essential needs from the environment for us to survive. How can we protect
and conserve these natural resources to be available for the future generations?
A. By using the resources more frequently.
B. By looking and exploring for more resources.
C. By joining your father and his companion in hunting wild pigs.
D. By conserving and using the resources only when most needed.
8. What would likely happen if we used fossil fuels more rapidly than they are formed?
A. The supply of fossil fuels will stay the same.
B. The supply of fossil fuels will eventually run out.
C. The supply of fossil fuels will increase in later time.
D. The supply of fossil fuels will replenish more quickly.
9. You saw a bag full of plastic wrappers thrown in the canal. What should be the best thing
to do so you can help conserve our natural resources?
A. Burn the bag full of plastic wrappers.
B. Do not touch the bag, it must be dirty.
C. Leave the plastic bag and let it reach the river.
D. Recycle the plastic wrappers into creative crafts.
10. Philippines is listed as the fifth mineral-rich country in the world, third in gold
reserves, fourth in copper and fifth in nickel. Why do you think our country is rich
in mineral resources?
A. We have advanced equipment used in mining these minerals.
B. We have extensive mining activities all throughout the country.
C. We are situated in the Pacific Ring of Fire where many active volcanoes
are present.
D. We have a tropical climate characterized by abundant rainfall, high
temperature and high humidity.
11. Based on the graph, in which layer is temperature decreasing with increasing altitude?
A. Exosphere and Thermosphere
C. Mesosphere and Troposphere
B. Troposphere and Stratosphere
D. Mesosphere and Thermosphere
12. Why is the presence of ozone above the troposphere important for the survival of living
things on Earth?
A. It warms Earth’s surface
B. It helps in cloud formation
C. It makes jet flying more comfortable
D. It offers protection from the sun’s harmful UV rays
13. Why does land breeze occur during nighttime?
A. Because water cools off faster than land, air above land is warm
B. Because land cools off slower than water, air above water is cool
C. Because water cools off slower than land, air above the water is warm
D. Because land heats up faster than water, air above the land stays warm
14. How would you explain the occurrence of Intertropical Convergence Zone (ITCZ)?
I.
It is the reason why we have thunderstorms during certain months
II.
It occurs during the warm months when these places are much warmer than other
places on Earth.
III.
It happens only in countries near the equator because these places received
direct rays from the sun.
A. I and II
B. II and III
C. I and III
D. I, II and III
15. According to the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical, and Astronomical Services
Administration (PAGASA), the Philippines has two seasons using temperature and rainfall
as basis. In which months do we experience the rainy season?
A. December- February
C. June-November
B. December-May
D. October-December
16. Your classmate explained that there is a relationship between our latitude position and
high diversity of life forms in the country. Do you agree with your classmate?
A. Yes, because the Philippines is surrounded with oceans and large bodies of water.
B. No, because our latitude position has no connection with high diversity of life forms.
C. No, because there is no relationship between our latitude position and high diversity of
life forms.
D. Yes, because the Philippines is near the equator where there is sunshine all year round
and rainfall is abundant.
17. Before the pandemic, students go to school on daytime and sleep at nighttime. What do
you think causes day and night?
A. Earth is tilted.
C. Earth revolves around the sun
B. Earth rotates on its axis.
D. Sun is the center of the universe
18. Why do seasons change?
A. Because the Earth is tilted.
B. Because the Sun is at the center.
C. Because the Earth rotates on its axis.
D. Because the Earth revolves around the sun.
19. During certain months, the days become short while the nights grown longer. But during
other months, the opposite occurs. What will happen if the daytime is longer than the
nighttime?
A. It results to summer.
B. It results to cold months.
C. It results to Freezing temperature.
D. There will be an alternate warm and cold temperature.
20. Which statement is TRUE about the length of daytime?
A. Longer hours of daylight mean shorter time of heating up.
B. Longer hours of daylight mean longer time of cooling down.
C. Longer hours of daylight mean shorter time of cooling down.
D. Shorter hours of daylight mean shorter time of cooling down.
For numbers 25-27
Look at the example picture below. It shows sunlight hitting the Earth.
21. Which hemisphere receives more direct light in the picture?
A. Equator
C. Northern hemisphere
B. Southern hemisphere
D. Both B and C
22. Which statement describe how does light hit the equator?
A. Light hits the equator at an angle and spreads out more on the ground.
B. Light hits the equator at an angle and spreads out a little on the ground.
C. Light hits the equator more directly and only spreads out a little on the ground.
D. Light hits the equator and the poles more directly and only spread out a little on the
ground.
23. Why do you think it is warmer at the equator than at the poles?
A. Because the equator receives more direct light where the solar energy is more
concentrated, and the poles receive only indirect light where solar energy is more
B. Because the equator receives more indirect light where the solar energy is more
concentrated, and the poles receive only direct light where solar energy is more
C. Because the equator is at the center and the poles are in the side.
D. Because the equator is at latitude 0 ⁰.
24. Why does the Philippines DO NOT experience winter?
A. Because the Philippines is an archipelago.
B. Because the Philippines is in the ring of fire.
C. Because the Philippines is too near the equator.
D. Because the Philippines is surrounded by bodies of water.
25. How would you explain the reason why it is warmer in April than in December in the
Philippines?
A. December is Christmas time so it should be cooler.
B. It is summer in April, so it expected to be warmer.
C. It is natural in the Philippines that it is warmer in April than in December.
D. It is warmer in April because during this time, the Sun is high in the sky and we receive
direct sunlight.
26. What kind of eclipse do we see when the moon is entirely within the Earth’s umbral
A. Partial lunar
B. Partial solar
C. Total lunar
D. Total solar
27. How does a solar eclipse happen?
A. When the shadows of Earth and moon are cast in space
B. When the moon comes directly between the sun and Earth.
C. When the sun is on the opposite side of the Earth and the moon.
D. When the shadows of the moon and Earth is neither too high nor low.
28. How does a lunar eclipse occur?
A. Earth has moved along its orbit taking the moon with it.
B. When the moon comes directly between the sun and Earth.
C. When the moon moves through Earth’s shadow during full moon.
D. When the moon is directly on the opposite side of the Earth and Sun.
Earth
moon
29. What does the diagram shows?
A. Partial lunar
B. Partial solar
C. Total lunar D. Total solar
30. How would you explain the occurrence of solar eclipse?
A. Solar eclipse happen when the Earth travels between the Sun and the
Moon, blocking the Sun’s light from the Earth in the middle of the day.
B. Solar eclipse happen when the Moon travels between the Sun and the Earth,
blocking the Sun’s light from the Earth in the middle of the day.
C. Solar eclipse happens when the Sun travels between the Moon and the Earth,
blocking the Sun’s light from the Earth in the middle of the day.
D. Solar eclipse happens when the Earth travels between the Sun and the Moon,
blocking the Sun’s light from the Earth in the middle of the night.
Fourth Quarter Division Assessment Test
Science 7
Name:_______________________
Score:_______________
District _________________________
School _______________
Section:_____________________
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