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Republic of the Philippines

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Region I
Division of Pangasinan II
Manaoag National High School
Manaoag, Pangasinan

GRADE 10 REVIEWER
1. A PRIMARY source is a first-hand account where the person experienced it.
2. A SECONDARY source is a second-hand account, the person did not experience it.
3. Which source would be a better one to use for finding facts/research? PRIMARY.
4. A 3-D object from history that has a use a purpose is called a? ARTIFACT/S.
5. In conducting a research, what sources of information will be the appropriate to use? PRIMARY.
6. Describe the little prince and the fox by writing a sentence that would appeal to the senses. Be sure
words that will create pictures in the midst of your readers. HEARING, SIGHT, SMELL, TOUCH,
TASTE
7. What is the first object that the Martian is able to describe?
a) Book b) Car c)Watch
8. What two forms of weather are mentioned in the poem?
a) Rain b) Mist c) All of the above
9. How does the Martian describe the forms of weather?
a) The mist is when the sky is tired of flight and rests on ground. The rain makes colors darker.
b) The rain is when the sky is tired of flight and rests on ground. The mist makes colors darker.
c) None of the above.
10. What other objects are described by the Martian?
a) Car, watch, telephone, toilet, sleep/bedroom
b) Living room, bedroom, kitchen, dining
c) All of the above.
11. In the lines “Mist is when the sky is tired of flight… rest on the ground.” What figures of speech is this?
a) Simile b) Metaphor c) Personification
12. In the lines “The world is dim and bookish like engravings under tissue paper.” What figures of speech
is this?
b) Simile b) Metaphor c) Personification
13. In the lines ““rain is when the earth is a television… it has the properties of making colors darker.”
What figures of speech is this?
c) Simile b) Metaphor c) Personification
14. A general ideas that support the main idea.
d) Major point b) Minor point c) Viewpoint
15. A specifics that illustrate of support the major details of a text.
e) Major point b) Minor point c) Viewpoint
16. A place affording a view of something; position of observation.
f) Major point b) Minor point c) Viewpoint
17. What are the major points in the article Memo for P-Noy was written by the known Filipino writer F.
Sionil Jose in an effort to criticize the then-President Benigno Aquino III regarding the awarding of the
National Artist Award?
g) Political Influence of the award, The selection process
h) Emoluments and other benefits, Categories, Functions of the awardee
i) All of the above
18. What are the minor points in the article Memo for P-Noy was written by the known Filipino writer F.
Sionil Jose in an effort to criticize the then-President Benigno Aquino III regarding the awarding of the
National Artist Award?
a) The effect of the award
b) The effect toward the government
c) All of the above
19. A significant communicative resource for academics since it both confirms the individual’s professional
persona and represent a critical elements in the rhetorical means of gaining acceptance of claims.
j) Modals b) Adjective c) Hedging
20. It refers to a research tool to historically understand the cultural assets of a place based on the local
knowledge of the people.
k) Hedging claim b) Cultural mapping c) Modal mapping
21. Which one is not belong to the importance of Cultural Mapping
l) It builds better information on cultural assets in our communities in which helps in several ways.
m) It helps improve the base of information on cultural assets in municipalities to inform a wide
range of planning decisions.
n) It helps build networks and weaker collaboration across wide range of cultural groups and
activities
o) None of the above
22. Presents background information, scope, and focus of the research paper
23. Provides a review of what others have written or researched.
24. Explains how the research was conducted
25. Presents the information gathered through the research
26. Evaluates the results of the study or research
27. Lists all the sources used in the research
28. Contain other related information such as graphs, charts, tables, lists
29. Summarizes all sections and helps readers decide whether or not to read the entire report
30. A systematic investigation to contribute to an existing body of knowledge

____________1. Limitation
____________2. Comparison
____________3. Discovery
____________4. Location
____________5. Labeling
____________6. Note-taking
____________7. Expanding

a) On your matrix take note only of the ideas that address your research question which you will write at
the top of your matrix as a reminder to keep yourself on track.
b) Besides limiting the number of ideas and amount of ideas and amount of text, the placement of notes on
your matrix will give you a bird’s eye view of how the authors’ ideas.
c) As you read the research, make brief notes in the blank cells about ideas that address your research
questions.
d) Research is easy to do if you keep track of citations as you find the sources in electronic databases or in
the Internet.
e) The matrix will need to be expanded as you review more studies.
f) Names of first authors of each study across the top of the matrix.
g) You can anticipate what ideas will emerge and label those in advance of your reading.