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M FIRST GRADING PERIOD

SUMMATIVE TEST NO. 1


SCIENCE 5

TABLE OF SPECIFICATION

OBJECTIVES NO. OF ITEMS % TEST PLACEMENT

A. Identify the male/female reproductive
system and their major parts.

5

1-5
B. Explain the process of fertilization in
humans
5 6-10
C. Describe certain physical changes during
puberty
3 11-13
D. Relate the menstrual cycle of female to
the ability to get pregnant or reproduce
5 14-18
E. Identify health habits to keep
reproductive organs healthy
2 19-20
F. Identify the respiratory system and its
major parts
5 21-25
G. Infer some common ailments of the
respiratory system
4 26-29
H. Identify health habits to keep respiratory
organs healthy
3 30-32
TOTAL 32 32


















FIRST GRADING PERIOD
SUMMATIVE TEST NO. 1
SCIENCE 5
Directions: Choose the letter of the correct answer.
1. Which productive organ manufactures millions of sperms?
A. Prostate glands C. Epididymis C. testicles d. scrotum
2. What is the function of the scrotum?
A. It deposits sperm cells into the vagina C. It produces the semen.
B. It stores the sperm cells. D. It holds the testicles.
3. Why are the ovaries important?
A. Ovaries produce lubricants.
B. Ovaries provide passageway for the egg cells.
C. Ovaries produce the egg cells
D. Ovaries enable menstrual flow to pass out of the body.
4. What male reproductive organ deposits sperm into the vagina?
A. testes B. penis C. scrotum D. epididymis
5. What is the function of the scrotum?
A. It deposit sperms into the vagina C. It produces the semen
B. It stores the sperm cells D. It holds the testicles
6. Which of the following shows the proper sequence of a developing fertilized egg?
A. Embryo-fetus-fertilized egg C. embryo fertilized egg fetus
B. Fertilized egg fetus embryo D. fertilized egg embryo fetus
7. How does an embryo or fetus get its food?
A. Through the small intestine C. through the kidneys
B. Through the palcenta & umbilical cord D. Through the uterus and fallopian tube
8. How long does it take for the fetus to develop fully?
A. Three months B. five months C. seven months D. nine months
9. How many sperm does an egg normally needed order to become fertilized?
A. One B. Two C. Three D. four
10. When does fertilization occur?
A. When the egg cell leaves the ovary
B. when the sperm cell and egg cell unite
C. When the sperm cell enters the uterus
D. When the egg cell attaches itself to the uterine wall
11. How old is a girl when changes in her body prepare her for reproduction?
A. 1-9 years old B. 2-10 years old C. 9-13 years old D. 20-23 years old
12. What causes changes in the body of a boy or a girl at the age of puberty?
A. Poor health C. pressure from peer groups
B . The action of certain hormones D. certain conditions in the environment
13. Which of the following changes is not part of puberty?
A. Occurrence of menstruation C. enlargement of Adams apple
B. Enlargement of breast D. menopause
14. Why is menstruation considered as a cycle?
A. Because it occurs every month
B. Because it goes round and round the uterus
C. Because it enables a woman to become pregnant every year
D. Because it enables a woman to experience menopause
15. What happens when a mature egg is not fertilized by a sperm?
A. The egg is absorb by the body
B. The egg is broken into pieces and is discharged as menstrual flow
C. The egg becomes mature and goes out as fertilized ovum
D. The egg goes back to the fallopian tube
16. How often does a woman experience menstruation?
A. Every 10 days in a month
B. Every 12 days in a month
C. Every 14 days in a month
D. Every 28 days in a month
17. Menstruation is a sign that a girl is __________________.
A. Already pregnant C. No longer capable of becoming pregnant
B. capable of producing offspring D. already menopausal
18. How will you describe menstruation?
A. It is the discharge of blood in the fallopian tube
B. It is the discharge of blood from the uterine wall
C. It is the discharge of blood from the ovary
D. Both a and c
19. Which of the following is the proper way to prevent a disease in the reproductive system?
A. Practice personal hygiene at all times C. Eat delicious and expensive meal every day.
B. Consult a family doctor every week D. Enrol in an aerobics class to keep oneself fit
20. What will you do if you experience an excessive menstrual flow?
A. Never mind. C. Consult a dietician
B. Consult a physician D. Exercise more often
21. Which of the following filters the air we breathe?
A. Pharynx B. Lungs C. mucus lining the bronchial tube D. trachea
22. Where does the exchange of gaseous oxygen and carbon dioxide take place?
A. Bronchioles B. alveoli C. epiglottis D. tonsils
23. Why does the lung expand when one inhales?
A. To accommodate the incoming air C. to liquefy air
B. To increase the surface area of the lungs D. to heat air
24. How does air enters into the body?
A. From the nose to the bronchus, trachea, and lungs
B. From the nose to the trachea, bronchus, and lungs
C. From the nose to the lungs, bronchus, and trachea
D. From the nose to the trachea, lungs, and bronchus
25. Why is the diaphragm vital to the process of breathing?
A. It helps air to be taken in and push out of the lungs
B. It helps to control air movement
C. It helps to spread out air throughout the lungs
D. It helps purify the air
26. What respiratory ailment is caused by irritation to certain substances such as pollen grains, dust particles or drugs?
A. Asthma B. bronchitis C. emphysema D. pneumonia

27. Which of the following is the symptom to common colds?
A. Fever B. headache C. runny nose D. all of the above
28. When a person suffers from night sweating, night fever, chest pain when coughing and blood in the sputum,
what respiratory ailment is he suffering?
A. Asthma B. emphysema C. pneumonia D. pulmonary tuberculosis
29. A deep cough with yellowish phlegm accompanied with chest pain and fever, is what kind of respiratory
ailment?
A. Emphysema B. bronchitis C. asthma D. tonsillitis
30. What practice should a person suffering from emphysema avoid?
A. Drinking softdrinks C. going to crowded places
B. Smoking D. eating salty foods
31. Which of the following should be done to keep the respiratory system healthy?
A. Breathe clean fresh air C. exercise regularly
B. Eat nutritious food D. all of the above
32. Why should smoking be avoided?
A. It is expensive C. it is only for the rich
B. It can cause lung cancer D. it can produce more oxygen in the air








FIRST GRADING PERIOD
SUMMATIVE TEST NO. 2
SCIENCE 5

TABLE OF SPECIFICATION

OBJECTIVES NO. OF ITEMS % TEST PLACEMENT

A. Identify the urinary system and its major
parts.

4

20%

1-4
B. Identify other excretory organs 4 20% 5-8
C. Describe how animals get/eat their food 3 15% 9-11
D. Classify animals according to the food
they eat
1 5% 12
E. Describe how animals adapt for
protection and survival
6 30% 13-18
F. Identify the grouping s of animals with
and without backbones
2 10% 19-20
TOTAL 20 100% 20





















FIRST GRADING PERIOD
SUMMATIVE TEST NO. 2
SCIENCE 5
Directions: Choose the letter of the correct answer.
1. Which body organ removed water, salts and urea from the blood?
A. Heart B. lungs C. kidneys D. large intestine
2. What is the path taken by urine in the urinary system?
A. Nephrons-urethra-bladder-ureter C. Kidney-ureter-bladder-urethra
B. Kidney-ureter-urethra-bladder D. Bladder-nephrons-ureter-urethra
3. What is the common symptom of urinary tract infection?
A. Intense pain in the back B. Blood in the urine C. shock D. both a and
4. How the kidney is usually infected?
A. When it is exposed to dirty surroundings C. Drinking a lot of water
B. When germs that enter into the kidney multiply D. Both a and b
5. What waste materials are removed through the skin pores?
A. Urine B. feces C. carbon dioxide D. perspiration
6. What body organ excretes undigested food?
A. Kidney B. large intestine C. lungs D. skin
7. What gas is excreted by the lungs when a person exhales?
A. Oxygen B. hydrogen C. carbon dioxide D. nitrogen
8. What is likely to happen if a person does not perspire?
A. The person will always feel warm. C. The person will always feel cool
B. The person will have soft skin. D. All of the above
9. How does a tiger in the forest usually get its food?
A. By being fed by kind people C. By hunting for its prey
B. By growing inside the body of other animals D. By sucking the digested food of other animals
10. How do aphids get their food?
A. By eating dead animals C. By burrowing into ground
B. By sucking plant juices D. By looking for a host animal
11. Why do goats do Not eat the flesh of other animals?
A. Because their teeth are flat C. Because their teeth are both flat and pointed
B. Because their teeth are pointed D. Because their teeth are tiny
12. Which of the following is an herbivore?
A. Female mosquito B. Spider C. earthworm D. caterpillar
13. Why do polar bears have thick furs?
A. So that they are good to look at C. So that they can walk fast
B. So that they can sleep better D. So that they can always feel warm
14. Why do lions and deer have brownish body covering?
A. So that they can run fast C. so that they can fight their enemies better
B. So that they can blend well in their surroundings D. both a and b
15. Why does a camel walk more slowly when it is in a long journey?
A. So that it can conserve water and energy. C. So that it can get sunlight
B. So that it can withstand the hot sand D. all of the above
16. Why should a grasshopper blend with its environment?
A. So that it can hide from its predators C. so that it can inject poison to the plants
B. So that it can appear more attractive D. so that it can attract larger animals
17. Which of the following live in groups?
A. Ants B. termites C. cockroaches D. both a and b
18. Why does a monarch butterfly mimic a viceroy butterfly?
A. So that it can attract more insects C. so that it can avoid getting eaten by other animals
B. So that it can please its mate D. both a and b
19. What is called to animals without backbones?
A. Coelenterates B. invertebrates C. vertebrates D. amphibians
20. To what group of vertebrates do snakes, turtles, and lizards belong?
A. Amphibians B. Mammals C. Reptiles D. Fishes
SECOND GRADING PERIOD
SCIENCE 5
SUMMATIVE TEST NO. 1

TABLE OF SPECIFICATION

OBJECTIVES NO. OF ITEMS % TEST PLACEMENT

A. Identify factors contributing to the destruction
of corals reefs

4

20%

1-4
B. Identify the raw materials needed by plants in
the process of photosynthesis
4 20% 5-8
C. Identify the plant parts used for food 2 10% 9-10
D. Differentiate primary and secondary consumers 3 15% 11-13
E. Identify the uses of plants to animals and
humans
2 10% 14-15
F. Identify structures/characteristic of plants that
protect them
2 10% 16-17
G. Classify plants according to common
characteristics and habitat
3 15% 18-20
TOTAL 20 20
























SECOND GRADING
SCIENCE 5 SUMMATIVE NO.1

Directions: Choose the letter of the correct answer.
1. Coral reefs break when fishermen
A. Practice muro-ami B. use dynamite C. use fishing nets D. a & b
2. Predict what will happen if there are predator starfish in the coral reef.
A. Coral build up will increase. C. Tropical fishes will die.
B. Coral build up will decrease. D. Coral will change color.
3. What happens when fishermen use dynamite for fishing?
A. The coral reefs are destroyed.
B. The coral reefs become healthy.
C. The coral reefs garbage is thrown away.
D. The coral reefs continuously build up.
4. Why is coral reef important?
A. It gives us shelter.
B. It is the habitat of the fishes.
C. It protects the coastal communities from destructive waste.
D. Both b and c
5. The raw materials needed in the food-making process are
A. Water, carbon dioxide, and sunlight
B. Water, oxygen, and carbon dioxide
C. Oxygen, carbon dioxide and soil
D. Oxygen, carbon dioxide and sunlight
6. Which of the following is released as by-product during photosynthesis?
A. Glucose B. carbon dioxide C. oxygen D. hydrogen
7. What is the end product of photosynthesis?
A. Water vapour B. oxygen C. glucose D. carbon dioxide
8. Which of the following plants can manufacture their own food?
A. Mushroom B. grass C. corn D. both b and c
9. Which part of a banana plant is used to add flavour to some native dish?
A. Fruit B. flowers C. root D. leaves
10. Which of the following feed on leaves of plants?
A. Butterflies B. bees C. caterpillars D. spiders
11. Which of the following are producers?
A. Corn plant B. mushrooms C. chicken D. none of the above
12. Which of the following animals is a secondary consumer?
A. A bird eating seeds C. a goat eating grass
B. A cat eating rice D. a snake eating chicken
13. How do you classify a monkey that eats bananas?
A. Producer B. primary consumer C. secondary consumer D. scavenger
14. Which of these plants is used to treat burns?
A. Lagundi B. pineapple C. aloevera D. sunflower
15. Which is a source of cooking oil?
A. Corn B. guava C. tomato D. gumamela
16. How do some mushroom discourage some animals from harming them?
A. By growing spines C. by producing poison
B. By emitting bad smell D. by having fine hairs
17. Which of the following plants have bitter taste which turns off other animals?
A. Calamansi B. ampalaya C. cucumber D. carrot
18. Which of the following is a monocot?
A. Moss B. corn plant C. fern D. mushroom
19. How are the veins in the leaf of a dicot arranged?
A. Parallel B. netted C. circular D. spindle-shaped
20. Which plant does belong to the group?
A. Fern B. santol C. mango D. avocado

SECOND GRADING PERIOD
SCIENCE 5
SUMMATIVE TEST NO. 2

TABLE OF SPECIFICATION

OBJECTIVES NO. OF ITEMS % TEST PLACEMENT

A. Identify the conditions that brings about
physical change

4

20%

1-4
B. Identify the composition of materials 5 25% 5-9
C. Identify the conditions present for chemical
change
4 20% 10-13
D. Identify new materials formed when chemical
change occur
2 10% 14-15
E. Describe changes in the environment 2 10% 16-17
F. Identify the good and bad effects of certain
change in the environment
3 15% 18-20
TOTAL 20 100% 20



















SECOND GRADING
SCIENCE 5 SUMMATIVE TEST NO.2
Directions: Choose the letter of the correct answer.
1. Physical change happens when materials undergo a change in _________________________.
A. Size B. shape C. phase D. all of them
2. Which of the following activities does NOT show physical change?
A. Shaping a piece of bread C. bending a piece of wire
B. Cutting strips of paper D. baking bread
3. Which conditions can bring about physical change?
A. Heat B. pressure C. temperature D. all of them
4. Which of the following is NOT a result of physical change?
A. Small pieces of paper after cutting a whole sheet of paper
B. Different sizes of rocks after pounding
C. Ashes after burning
D. Strips of cloth after tearing
Match column A with column B.

Substance Property
5. Water A. gas needed by humans & animals
6. Oxygen B. used in glassmaking
7. Silica C. acidic, sour
8. Vinegar D. shiny, solid
9. Metal E. normally is in liquid state
10. Which of the following is a chemical change?
A. Drying fish B. making vinegar C. cutting stones D. evaporation of water
11. What happens when iron combines with water?
A. Iron rust B. iron becomes brittle C. iron hardens D. iron breaks
12. Burning sugar releases energy, produces carbon and _______________.
A. Aluminium B. gold C. salt D. water
13. The products of chemical cannot be ________.
A. Copied B. enlarged C. reversed D. stopped
14. What change does a rock undergo when it is pounded?
A. Change in color B. shape C. size D. both b and c
15. When water in ponds is heated, it ___________________.
A. Evaporates B. grows C. produces waves D. changes to vapour
16. Changes in nature __________________.
A. Are all beneficial C. do not affect people
B. Are all harmful D. sometimes harmful & sometimes beneficial
17. Why is the forest cover of the world fast disappearing?
A. Too many mountains C. planting the trees
B. Excessive cutting of trees D. both b and c
18. What is one of the reasons why people cut more trees?
A. Because there are many powerful cutting tools
B. Due to increased need for wood products
C. Because there are too many trees
D. None of the above
19. Which change described below is beneficial?
A. Flooding B. erosion C. weathering D. soil formation
20. Which campaign will result in maintaining the ecological balance in our environment?
A. Let us plant more trees C. Let us cut the grass
B. Let us go hunting D. Build your homes in the mountains