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INVENTORY/ACHIEVEMENT TEST IN ENGLISH 3

Part I. KNOWLEDGE
Direction: Read the story then answer the questions below. Write the letter of the correct answer on
your answer sheet.
A dog carrying a nice piece of meat that he had stolen, was crossing a log over a river
on his way home. He saw his reflection in the water and saw another dog with a wonderful
piece of meat in its mouth. The dog thought it was another dog and he wanted that piece of
meat also. So he barked at it greedily. However, when he did this, he dropped the piece he had
and the reflection disappeared as well.
1. What did the dog see in the river?
a. a man
b. a bone
c. his reflection
d. his mother
2. Where did the story happen?
a.
in the forest b. along the river c. across the ocean
d. none of these
3. Why did the dog bark greedily with its own reflection in the water?
a. because he is hungry
c. because he is sick
b. because he dropped the meat
d. because he wanted to have the other piece of meat
4. What did the dog feel when he dropped the piece of meat in the water?
a. happy
b. proud
c. grateful
d. sorry
5. Arrange the given words in alphabetical order:
log river dog meat
Which should come first?
a. log
b. river
c. dog
d. meat
DIRECTION: Write big letter C if the underlined part of the statement is a cause. Write big letter
Eif it is an effect.
6. It begun to rain so Sally and Jake had to run inside.
7. Alpha was getting very frustratedbecause none of her good deeds were being recognized
as good.
DIRECTION: Complete the sentences by supplying the blanks with the proper words given in the
parentheses.
(eat, seat) I took the _____ because I really like to _____ the meaton the table.
8.
9.
(maid, paint) The _____ bought one can of ______ and one box of nails from the store.
10.
11.
(coil, boil) He loves to _____ the meat with some oilbut not with soil.
12.
Part II. PROCESS
DIRECTION: Choose the letter of the best answer.
13. Thereoncewas a cat that ate a rat.Can you spot the rhyming words in the sentence?
1
2
3
4
5
a. 1,2
b. 1,4
c. 3,5
d. 4,5
14. When you break down the word prosperityinto syllables it will givepros-per-i-ty.
Can you choose a word with same number of syllables?
a. bumblebee b. laboratory
c. dictionary
d. none of these
15. The accidentwasn't my fault but the result was tragic.
1
2
3
4
Which words have final consonant blends?
a. 1,2,3
b. 1,2,4
c. 1,3,4
16. Which is not a sentence?
I. No one will read this.

III.

Go!

d. 2,3,4

II. into the ground


a. I only

IV. Are you alright?


b. II only

c. II and III

d. I, II,III and IV

17. When he woke up, he saw the plants talking to each other as if they were all having a
gathering in the garden.
What can you say about the statement?
a. It is a fact.
b. It is a make believe.
c. It is about science.
d. It is about garden.

5
4
3
2
1
18. Arrange the pictures above. What is the possible sequence of the story?
a. 2-1-5-3-4
b. 1-2-5-4-3
c. 3-5-3-4-5
d. 1-2-3-4-5
19. Jasonquicklyread the book.Can you spot the adverb in this sentence?
12
3
4
a. 4
b. 3
c. 2
d. 1
20. Nathan is a bright boy. Nathan and Darwin ___ classmates. They always go to school
together. What is the missing word?
a. am
b. is
c. are
d. were
21. The magical wizard cast a spell on the witch.Which word is an adjective?
1 2
3
4
a. 1
b. 4
c. 3
d. 2
22. I saw a blue car. It belongs to Mr. Garcia. But sometimes Mrs. Garcia also uses it too. I
think the car is ______.
a. they
b. their
c. them
d. theirs
23. Mang Alfredo is a farmer. He plants corn in his field. MangTeban is a farmer too. He
plants vegetables in his backyard. While Aling Martha is a shoemaker. ___ makes 10
pairs of shoes in a week.What word will complete the statements above?
a. She
b. He
c. I
d. You
24. ______ watch in my arm was made from Italy. What word will complete this sentence?
a. This
b. That
c. Those
d. These
25. John F. JacobSenior was the head of the household.
1
2
3
4
Which word from the sentence above can be shortened like Dr. Ms. and Mr.?
a. 1
b. 2
c. 3
d. none of the above

(26.-30.) DIRECTION: Some parts ofthe letter are not in the proper places. What must be done in
order to correct them? Rewrite this letter on your answer sheet.
Your uncle

carlos
dearLovi
Thank you for your letters and your prayers. I feel very special knowing that you pray for
me. I pray for you too. I am so proud of how well you are doing at school. I am well. It is summer
here and very hot.We live near the beach and go there on hot days to play in the cool water. Do
you live near the beach or a lake? How I wish you could go here too. I really hope to see you soon.
154 A. Mabini Street
Tanza, Cavite
July 15, 2014

Part III. UNDERSTANDING


DIRECTION: Pick out at least two each of singular and plural nouns from the story given below.
Write down their respective plural and singular forms too.
Max was sitting in his living room. He was reading about outerspace. Then, he snapped
his fingers and was traveling on a spaceship to Mars. When he landed on Mars, there were
aliens with purple heads and green teeth. Quickly, Max snapped his fingers and was reading a
book in his living room.
Singular

Plural

31. ________
32. ________

Plural Singular
________
________

33.________ ________
34.________ ________

(35 36.)DIRECTION: There is something wrong with twoof the action words on thegiven
sentencesbelow.Change them to correct the given statement.
Tomorrow I is going to sing a solo. Im so nervouses! There are so many things that
could go wrong. Im worried that my voice will shake.

DIRECTION: The sentences below have homophones/homographs. Can you draw what each
sentence tells us?
37.

38.

My son plays in the sun.

The dove dove into its nest.

(39 40.)DIRECTION: Study the pictograph.


Total Number of Narra Trees in School

Nico
Paul
Liza

= 2 trees

Ms. Vargas asked three of her pupils to count all narra trees inside the school. Nico went to the
west part of the campus. Paul went to north. And Liza tracked the east and south part. The data
gathered by the pupils were represented in the graph above. Who counted more trees? Why?

(41-46.) DIRECTION:Answer the question in the given situation.


Mrs. Garcia wants to visit Ramons classmate because he was sick. He has been absent for 2
weeks.His classmate lives 3 blocks away from the school. But Ramon does not know how to write his
complete address. Ramon is thinking of making a map. But he is not sure if Mrs. Garcia will be
delighted to see a map instead of a written address.If you were Ramon, how will you draw the map to
help Mrs. Garcia? Make the illustration of the map below.

(47. 50.)DIRECTION: Write a simple sentence about the given drawing.

________________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________

47.________________________________________________________________

INVENTORY/ACHIEVEMENT TEST IN ENGLISH 3


Table of Specifications

Competency

No.
of
Item
s

Item
Placem
ent

Weight

1-3

6%

2%

2%

6-7

4%

8-12

10%

13

2%

14

2%

15

2%

16

2%

17

2%

18

2%

Level of Assessment

K
15
%

Activate prior knowledge based


on the stories to be read
Infer feeling and trait of
characters
Arrange words with a different
first letter in alphabetical order
Identify cause and effect
Show understanding of the
meaning of words with vowel
diphthongs by using them in
correct sentences
Identify rhyming words
Identify sounds and count
syllables in words
Read words with final consonant
blends
Distinguish sentences from nonsentences
Differentiate real from make
believe
Sequence series of events
viewed

P
25%

U
30%

P
30%

Recognized adverbs

19

2%

Use the verbs (am, is, are, was,


were) correctly in sentences

20

2%

Use descriptive adjectives

21

2%

Use commonly used possessive


pronouns
Use personal pronouns (I, you,
he, she, it)
Use demonstrative pronouns
(this, that, those, these)
Recognize words represented by
abbreviations
Write different forms of simple
composition (thank you letter)
Use plural form of regular nouns
by adding /s/ or /es/
Use plural form of frequently
occurring irregular nouns
Identify the action words in
sentences
Homophones/Homographs
Interpret pictographs
Interpret single maps of
unfamiliar places, signs and
symbols

22

2%

23

2%

24

2%

25

2%

26-30

10%

31-34

8%

35-36

4%

2
2

2
2

39-40

4%
4%

41-46

10%

Draw and write sentences about


ones drawing
TOTAL

12

18

41-45

10%

20

50

50

100%

Prepared by:
KATHERINE C. LANDRITO
Teacher I
Submitted by:
ISABELITA R. PEREA
Principal I

Noted by:
ELEUTERIA M.
PASIOLAN, Ed.D.
District Supervisor

INVENTORY/ACHIEVEMENT TEST IN ENGLISH 3


Key to Correction

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.

C
B
D
D
C
E
C
seat
eat
maid
paint
boil

13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.

C
C
C
B
B
A
C
C
D
D
A
A
B

5
Proper punctuation
marks can be
observed.
Capitalization of
lettersis correct.
Proper use of margin
and indention can be
observed.
Each parts of the
letter were written in
their proper places.
Handwriting is neat
and legible/readable.

26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
36.

(Teacher may use the rubric below)

room rooms
spaceship - spaceships
fingers fingers
teeth - tooth
aliens alien
heads - head
Tomorrow I am going to sing a solo. Im
so nervous! There are so many things
that could go wrong. Im worried that
my voice will shake.
37.
(drawing - Answers may vary)
38.
(drawing - Answers may vary)
39.
(Answers may vary)
40.
42.
43.
44.
(Answers may vary)
45.
46.
47.
48.
49.
(Answers may vary)
50.
51.

RUBRIC FOR WRITING A THANK YOU LETTER


4
3
2
Proper punctuation
Proper punctuation
Proper use of
marks can be
marks can be
margin and
observed.
observed.
indention can be
observed.
Capitalization of
Proper use of margin
letters is correct.
and indention can be Each parts of the
observed.
letter were written
Proper use of margin
in their proper
and indention can be Each parts of the
places.
observed.
letter were written in
their proper places.
Each parts of the
letter were written in
their proper places.

1
Copied the
words/sentences/paragraphs
but did not use proper
indention and margins.

PREPARED BY:
KATHERINE C. LANDRITO
Teacher I

SUBMITTED BY:
ISABELITA R. PEREA
Principal I

Noted by:

ELEUTERIA M. PASIOLAN, Ed.D.


District Supervisor