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1 SCIENCE YEAR 5 MODULE 2 SECTION A : OBJECTIVE 1

A Diagram below shows four different objects. Which of the following sources produce electricity? C

Which of the following symbols can represent a battery in a circuit diagram? A

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Diagram 1 shows a circuit.

Diagram 1 Which sequence shows the correct energy transformation when the bulb lights up? A B C D 4 Chemical energy Electrical energy Chemical energy Electrical energy Light energy. Light energy. Electrical Energy Chemical energy

Light + Heat energy. Light + Heat energy

Which of the following appliance can change electrical energy into heat energy?

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I have a positive pole and negative pole. I supply electricity to the electric circuit

What is I in the information above?

A C

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Which of the following is a complete circuit?

Diagram 2 shows a component in a circuit.

Diagram 2 What is the function of the component? A B C D Produces light Supplies electrical Connect and breaks electric circuit Connects the components in an electric circuit.

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8 Which of the following objects uses dry cells as source of electrical energy?

Which of the bulbs in the following circuits will not light up?

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Diagram 3 shows four pictures.

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Diagram 3 Which of the following picture possesses kinetic energy? A B C D P and R P and S Q and R Q and S

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Diagram 4 shows three activities.

K
Diagram 4

Which of the following activities require energy? A B C D J only J and K only J,and L only J, K and L.

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Which of the following objects can change electrical energy into sound energy?

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Diagram 5 show the television.

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Diagram 5 This of the following types of energy is not involved in the transformation of energy when the television is switched on? A B C D 14 Sound energy Light energy Kinetic energy Electrical energy

Diagram 6 show two objects.

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Diagram 6

What is the source of electrical energy for object P and Q in diagram above?

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P Accumulator Hydroelectric power Dynamo Solar cell

Q Dry cell Solar cell Accumulator Hydroelectric power

Which of the following is correct symbol for the electrical component? Electrical component

Symbol

C D

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Diagram 7 shows four objects

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Diagram 7

Which of the above objects will produce a shadow when light is directed towards it? A B C D P and Q P and R Q and R Q and S

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Diagram 8 shows a solar powered calculator.

Diagram 8 In a calculator, solar energy is transformed into A B C D electrical energy light energy heat and light energy electrical and light energy

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Which of the appliances is the main source of energy?

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Diagram 9 shows the side mirror of a car.

Diagram 9

Wee can see objects in this side mirror because light .


A B C D is blocked is reflected is absorbed travels in a straight line

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The diagram 10 shows a shadow of the ball formed on the screen when the Ball get the light source. What would happen to the shadow if the ball is moved closer to the light source?

Light source screen ball


Diagram 10

A B C D

Its size become smaller. Its size become bigger Its size does not change. It becomes clearer.

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Section B Answer all questions

a) Label parts of the dry cell

i) ii)

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[ 2 Mark ]

b) Label part of the electric circuit

i)

ii)

2.

a)

Match the energy source to the object correctly.

i)

ii)

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[ 2 Mark ] b)
Match the statements to the diagrams.

i)

Reflection of light

ii)

Light travels in a straight line

[ 2 Mark ] 3.
Fill in the blanks with the correct answers. shadow
Non-renewable

star potential

sun shape

renewable chemical

a)

The light on Earth comes mainly from _____________________ ___________________ is formed when light is blocked by an opaque object. ___________________ energy is the energy that can be replenished when used up. Dry cells provide ___________________ energy.

b)
c) d)

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[ 4 Mark ]

4.

Read the statements below and state True or False in the appropriate boxes below. a) The Sun is the main source of light and heat energy. An opaque object does not let the light pass through it. An iron change electrical energy to light energy. A shadow is formed when there is no light source [ 2 Mark ]

b)
c) d)

5.

Diagram below shows a fair test carried by a group of Year Five pupils.
object

torchlight shadow

screen

The results of the fair test are recorded in this table below. Distance an object with torchlight (cm) 100 80 Size of the shadow formed on the screen (cm) 4 6

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What is the aim of the fair test. To investigation relationship between ____________________ and ____________________________ . [ 1 Mark ]

b)

What is the trend of the change size of the shadow formed on the screen? __________________________________________________________ [ 1 Mark ]

c)

In this fair test, what things need to be i) changed _____________________________________________ measured ____________________________________________ kept the same:_________________________________________ [ 3 Mark ]

ii)
iii)

d)

Predict the size of the shadow formed on the screen if distance between an object and torchlight is 10cm __________________________________________________________ [ 1 Mark ]

A group of pupils carried out an activity using model cars. The bar chart below shows the information they have obtained. Speed/m/s

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Number of dry cell

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What is the aim of the fair test? __________________________________________________________ [ 1 Mark ]

b)

In this fair test, i) What is changed? ____________________________________________________ ii) What is observed? ____________________________________________________ [2 Mark ]

c)

What is the relation ship between number of dry cells and speed? If the number of dry cells ______________________ , speed the cars __________________ [ 1 Mark ]

Section A 1 2 3 4 5 A D C C B 6 A 7 C 8 D 9 C 10 C 11 12 13 14 15 D D C A D 16 17 18 19 20 B D B B A

Section B 1a) i. ii. b) i. wire

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b) Reflection of light

Light travels in a straight line

3 a) sun 4 a) true

b) shadow b) true

c) renewable c) false

d) chemical d) false

5 a) To investigation relationship between distance an object with torchlight and size of the shadow formed on the screen b) increase c) distance an object with torchlight d) size of the shadow formed on the screen e) 13cm 6 a) To investigation relationship between number of dry cell and speed.

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