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SAN PEDRO ACADEMY

Poblacion , Valencia, Negros Oriental

SEMI-FINALS in EARTH SCIENCE for Grade XI

Name:________________________________________ Score:___________________________
Grade Level: ___________________________________ Date: ____________________________

I. MULTIPLE CHOICE
Direction: In the space provided, write the letter of the term or phrase that best completes each statement or best
answers each question.
_____1. Wind, moving water, sunlight, and heat from Earths interior are sources of ___________.
a. alternative energy b. geothermal energy c. renewable energy d. ocean thermal energy
_____2. Motor vehicles using gasohol or ethanol made from corn are examples of
a. biomass fuel b. hydrogen fuel c. fuel cells d. both b and c
_____3. A lifestyle change that can help conserve energy is __________.
a. using incandescent lights. c. using less of any resource.
b. buying the cheapest gas. d. Both (a) and (c)
_____4. Energy derived from food waste, wood and solid wastes are called __________.
a. biogas fuel b. energy plants c. fossil fuels d. biomass
_____5. Magma with high silica content tends to be___________.
a. very fast flowing b. very viscous c. less violent d. less eruptive
_____6. What causes the tectonic plates to move?
a. ocean currents b. volcanic eruptions c. Coriolis effect d. convection current
_____7. Plates which moves away from each other because of the magma pushed upward in plate boundaries are called
a. subduction plate b. transformed plate c. divergent plate d. convergent plate
_____8. A theory proposing that the lithosphere as broken into plates are in motion.
a. Plate Tectonic b. Continental Drift c. Plate Boundaries d. Seafloor Spreading
_____9. During volcanic eruptions, magma formed into fragments are blasted out of the vent and are called
a. lahar b. andesite c. pyroclastic material d. pahoehoe
_____10. Eruptions dominated by the generation of solid volcanic fragments are called ___________ eruption.
a. flank b. explosive c. effusive d. passive
_____11. Wind is beneficial resource as it doesnt cause pollution and
a. free b. never stop c. steady d. costly
_____12. When animal and plant rot in the absence of air, there is the production of gas called
a. oxygen b. carbon dioxide c. biogas d. methane
_____13. Panels which are composed of silica used to trap heat and energy from the sun which are hanged at the roof
a. solar cells b. solar panels c. solar furnace d. solar battery
_____14. Which of the following is a list of fossil fuels?
a. natural gas, biomass, petroleum b. Oil, silica, natural gas, coal
c. Coal, natural gas, oil d. obsidian, anthracite, bituminous coal
_____15. What do renewable resources mean?
a. It is a resource that is produced by the earth.
b. It is a resource that is replaced at the same rate that it is being used.
c. It is a resource that is formed at a rate slower than the rate at which it is being used.
d. It is a resource that is made by the humans.

II. MODIFIED TRUE OR FALSE


Direction: Identify whether the following statements are true or false. If the statement is true, write TRUE. If the
statement is false, underline the word or phrase which makes the statement false and write the correct answer on the
blank space provided before each number.
____________________ 1. It was termed as fossil fuels because they were formed hundreds of millions of
years ago by the action of heat and pressure on the remains of decaying bones
and flesh.
____________________ 2. Burning of coal has negative impacts on our environment & health as it emits large
amount of methane, a greenhouse gas that causes climate change.
____________________ 3. Natural gas is a black or dark brown combustible rock made primarily of carbon
and is formed action of pressure & heat on dead plants & animals.
____________________ 4. Most fossil fuels were formed during the Cretaceous Period when land is covered
with swamps and filled with organisms & plants approximately 360-286 mya.
____________________ 5. The higher the grade of coal, the cleaner it burns and the more versatile its uses.
____________________ 6. Volcanism occurs when magma makes its way to the surface.
____________________ 7. Mountains are landforms formed by the extrusion of lava or ejection of rock
fragments from a vent.
____________________ 8. A kalderin is formed when volcanoes summit is blown off by exploding gases or
when a volcano collapses into a partially empty magma.
____________________ 9. Volcanic eruptions are dangerous because it can kill in a way directly related to the
eruption e.g. pyroclastic flows; or by secondary effects like famine.
____________________ 10. Magma that reaches the surface of Earth is called pahoehoe.
____________________ 11. Magnetic field drives the movement of the continental plates.
____________________ 12. When two plates collide with each other, lakes are formed.
____________________ 13. Waterfalls, running rivers, tidal power, and ocean waves are great options for
geothermal power.
____________________ 14.Energy harnessed from the heat coming from Earth is called solar energy.
____________________ 15. Convection current was based on fact that as substance is heated, its density
decreases and rises to the surface until it is cooled and then sinks again.

III. MATCHING TYPE


Direction: Match column A with column B. Write your answer on the space provided before each number.

COLUMN A COLUMN B
1. form very slowly for millions of years a. char
2. energy obtained from moving water b. pulmonary diseases
3. energy derived from sun c. pahoehoe
4. things containing carbon d. converging plate
5. black combustible rock e. lithosphere
6. energy source formed from plants & organisms f. asthenosphere
7. residue of coal used for steel making g. nonrenewable resources
8. residue/remains after burning coal h. transform boundaries
9. leading cause of acid rain i. organic matter
10. a greenhouse gas j. West Valley fault
11. health effects of burning fossil fuel k. hydroelectric power
12.magma makes its way to the surface l. CO
13. opening of the volcano m. volcanism
14. generation of magma n. So
15. two plates slide horizontally each other o. coal
16. Philippines fault p. solar power
17. continental plates meet with each other q. fossil fuels
18.the crust and the upper mantle r. coke
19. lava flow with jagged surface s. magmatism
20. lava flow with billowy appearance t. crater
u. A'a
v. No
IV. ENUMERATION
Direction: Enumerate what is asked for each item. You can write your answers at the back of this paper.

1-3. Major types of Fossil Fuels


4-7. Classification of coal based on carbon & heat content
8-11. Uses of Fossil Fuels
12-15. Negative Impacts of the use of Fossil Fuels
16-19. Types of volcano based on shape and composition
20-23. Sources of Biomass
24-28. Types of Renewable Energy Sources
29-30. Types of Lava Flow

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