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TABLE OF SPECIFICATION FOR SMP-RSBI STUDENT ASSESSMENT School level Subject : Year/semester : Question type : Numbers of question Academic

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: RSBI Junior High School Science 7/ II Multiple choice : 30 2011/2012


Basic competence
2.1.Classifying the properties of acid, base and salt using tools and proper indicators

Standard of competence
Understanding the classification of substances

Topics
Acid, base and salt

Indicators
Given some examples of substances with a certain pH level, students classify them into acid, base and neutral in the right order. Given the result of an experiment using indicators, students determine the pH level of a substance. Given a table of comparison of some food products tested using natural indicators, students determine the best natural indicator. Given some figures of ecosystem, students determine the type of the ecosystem Given a figure of a food web, students estimate the impact caused by the loss of one component of the food web. Given a scheme of food web, students predict the right order of minimizing the energy loss

Item s
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32 33

7.Understanding the interdependence of ecosystem

2.2. Conducting a Acidic and alkaline simple experiment characters in foods using materials in daily life 7.1.Determining the Ecosystem type of ecosystem and the interdependence among its components

34

35 36

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Standard of competence

Basic competence

Topics

Indicators
through the food web. Given a figure of pyramid of numbers, students calculate the percentage of energy lost upward the pyramid. Given a diagram of flow of substances in balanced ecosystem, students identify the niche of the component Given a schema of interdependence among organism, students determine the type of the interdependence Given a scheme of carbon cycle, students explain the flow of carbon through the cycle. Given a list of statements, students determine the causes of the endangering of the species. Given a list of two types of conservation places, students determine the ex situ conservation. Given data of human population density in a certain area, students estimate the population density after 3 years if the population doubles each year. Given a table of human demographic factors in some areas, students calculate the human population growth in a certain area. Given a text about food crisis caused by human overpopulation, students predict the right way to overcome the food crisis. Given some effects of human overpopulation, students describe the social effect of human overpopulation. Given a figure of human activities which damage the environment, students predict the

Item s
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7.2. Identifying the importance of biodiversity in conserving ecosystem

Biodiversity and ecosystem conservation

42 43

7.3. Predicting the impacts of human population density to the environment

Human population density and the correlation to the environment

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7.4. Applying the human roles in

Pollutions and environmental

No

Standard of competence

Basic competence
environmental management to overcome the environmental damages and pollutions

Topics
damages and its correlation to human activities

Indicators
impacts that may disturb the balanced ecosystem.

Item s

Given a figure of ecological condition, students define the terms of biological magnification. Given a figure of deforestation, students estimate the impact on the global condition. Given a figure of greenhouse effect, students analyze the causes of the greenhouse effect. Given a figure of agricultural activities, students identify the types of pollution that may occur from that activity. Given a list of human activities that may reduce the impacts of acid rain, students determine the best effort. Given a figure of polluted air, students predict the economical impact caused by the condition. Given a list of wastes, students classify the example of biodegradable waste. Given a statement about city park, students state some benefits of it in overcoming the air pollution.

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