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Republic of the Philippines

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
REGION VI – WESTERN VISAYAS
DIVISION OF NEGROS OCCIDENTAL
Cottage Road, Bacolod City
Tel/Fax # - (034) 435–3960
e-mail: depednegrosoccidental@yahoo.com
Website: www.depednegrosoccidental.weebly.com
_____________________________________________________________________________
FOURTH QUARTERLY ASSESSMENT
School Year 2018-2019
GRADE 4 SCIENCE
Directions: Read each question carefully. Choose the letter of the correct answer.
1. Which of these is made up of smallest particles of rocks which contain decayed
matter of plants and animals?
A. land B. soil C. mineral D. rock
2. Which type of soil is characterized as having the finest particles that holds greater
amount of water?
A. loam B. clay C. sand D. fertile
3. Which soil holds much water?
A. Clay C. sand
B. B. loam D. mixture of sand and pebbles
4. Which type of soil is best for planting?
A. loam C. sand
B. B. clay D. mixture of sand and pebbles
5. How does decayed organisms like plants and animals make the soil fertile? It
__________.
A. Changes its color C. makes the texture finer
B. Enhances odor D. adds nutrients to the soil
6. Which of the following sources of water contains plenty of salt and is found in seas
and oceans?
A. Groundwater C. freshwater
B. seawater D. rain water
7. This source of water is found in open but small bodies of water like rivers, creeks,
ponds, and lakes. It is also called “surface water”. Which of the following sources
of water is being described?
A. Groundwater C. freshwater
B. seawater D. none of the above
8. Which source of water is considered as the cleanest water and contains plenty of
dissolved minerals which the human body needs?
A. Groundwater C. freshwater
B. seawater D. none of the above
9. All of the statements below described the different uses of water. Which statement
is NOT correct?
A. Water is used for cleaning, washing, and preparing food.
B. Water is used to water plants.
C. Water is used for recreation and serves as routes for transportation like
boat.
D. Water is not necessary for humans, plants, and animals to survive.
Republic of the Philippines
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
REGION VI – WESTERN VISAYAS
DIVISION OF NEGROS OCCIDENTAL
Cottage Road, Bacolod City
Tel/Fax # - (034) 435–3960
e-mail: depednegrosoccidental@yahoo.com
Website: www.depednegrosoccidental.weebly.com
_____________________________________________________________________________
FOURTH QUARTERLY ASSESSMENT
School Year 2018-2019
GRADE 4 SCIENCE

10. What instrument measures the speed of the wind?


A. B. C. D.

11. What instrument measures the speed of the wind?


A. B. C. D.

For Numbers 12 – 14, study the weather chart below:


Metro Manila Fair weather condition all throughout the day. Temperature ranges
from 30°C-35°C.
Baguio City Light to moderate northeast wind
The sky will be cloudy with brief rain showers in the afternoon or
evening. Temperature ranges from 20°C-24°C.
Cebu City Occasional rain shower and thunderstorm in the afternoon with
moderate to strong easterly winds. Temperature ranges from 25°C-
30°C.

12. Based on the data above, in what place has the hottest weather report?
A. Cebu City C. Metro Manila
B. Baguio City D. both A and B
13. What place has the coolest temperature?
A. Cebu City C. Metro Manila
B. Baguio City D. both B and C
14. As shown in the table above, what is the highest temperature reading?
A. 20°C-24°C C. 30°C-35°C
B. 25°C-30°C D. Temperature readings are the same
15. You see dark clouds in the sky. You are going to school. Which should you do?
A. Bring extra food. C. Wait for the rain to fall.
B. Bring umbrella or raincoat. D. Do not go to school.
16. The air temperature drops to 18°C. What should you wear?
A. thick clothes C. new clothes
B. thin clothes D. transparent clothes
Republic of the Philippines
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
REGION VI – WESTERN VISAYAS
DIVISION OF NEGROS OCCIDENTAL
Cottage Road, Bacolod City
Tel/Fax # - (034) 435–3960
e-mail: depednegrosoccidental@yahoo.com
Website: www.depednegrosoccidental.weebly.com
_____________________________________________________________________________
FOURTH QUARTERLY ASSESSMENT
School Year 2018-2019
GRADE 4 SCIENCE

17. What typhoon signal that has a maximum wind speed greater than 60kph, but not
more than 100kph and it is expected to affect a certain place in at least 24 hours?
A. Storm signal No. 3 C. storm signal No. 2
B. Storm signal No. 1 D. storm signal No. 4
18. What typhoon signal that has a maximum wind speed of not more than 60kph
and is expected to affect a certain place in at least 36 hours?
A. Storm signal No. 1 C. Storm signal No. 3
B. Storm signal No. 2 D. Storm signal No. 4

For Numbers 19 – 22, Write T if the statement is True and write F if the statement
is False.
19. During a typhoon, cover your glass windows and appliances with cloth to avoid
splinters when they break.
20. During a typhoon, wear additional clothing to avoid catching cold or other
respiratory diseases.
21. After a typhoon, monitor and update yourself with the progress of the typhoon
through radio or television.
22. Clean up and dispose things that may be breeding places of mosquitoes.

23. What is the Earth’s main source of heat and light?


A. candle B. flashlight C. bulb D. sun
24. Without the sun, what would most likely happen to the earth?
A. The earth will be dark and cold. C. both A and B
B. The earth will be lifeless. D. None of the above.
25. Erna washes clothes every weekend. What is needed to dry her laundry?
A. brush B. heat C. flashlight D. blower
26. When are shadows formed?
A. When light rays hit opaque objects.
B. When light rays hit hard objects.
C. When light rays hit translucent object.
D. When light rays hit transparent object.
27. When does an object casts a longer shadow?
A. When light rays are slanted. C. When light rays are sideways.
B. When light rays are on top. D. When light rays are trapped.
28. When does an object casts a shorter shadow?
A. when the sun is high or nearly above the horizon.
B. when the sun is direct above the horizon
C. when the sun is not shining
D. none of the above
Republic of the Philippines
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
REGION VI – WESTERN VISAYAS
DIVISION OF NEGROS OCCIDENTAL
Cottage Road, Bacolod City
Tel/Fax # - (034) 435–3960
e-mail: depednegrosoccidental@yahoo.com
Website: www.depednegrosoccidental.weebly.com
_____________________________________________________________________________
FOURTH QUARTERLY ASSESSMENT
School Year 2018-2019
GRADE 4 SCIENCE

29. What process in the water cycle is missing? Write your answer.

__________
precipitation
_____

(29)

Run off

evaporation

30. What is the role of the sun in water cycle?


A. Sun’s heat produces more water.
B. Sun’s heat cause evaporation.
C. Sun’s heat creates tidal waves.
D. Sun’s heat produces more water waves.
31. Is water cycle possible when the sun is blocked?
A. No, because evaporation process is lacking.
B. Yes, because condensation process continues.
C. Yes, because electricity can heat faster.
D. No, because precipitation process delayed.
32. What do you call the process of changing liquid (water) into gas (water vapor)?
A. evaporation C. precipitation
B. condensation D. exception
33. One of the processes involved in water cycle is the process by which the
condensed water vapor falls back on the earth’s surface in the forms of rain, hail,
snow, or sleet. What do you call this process?
A. evaporation C. precipitation
B. condensation D. exception
34. Mrs. Sta. Ana noticed that the leaves of her plants inside the classroom became
yellowish. What do you think she will to her plants?
A. Remove the yellowish leaves.
B. Cover the leaves with plastic.
C. Apply insecticide
D. Place the plants under the sun.
Republic of the Philippines
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
REGION VI – WESTERN VISAYAS
DIVISION OF NEGROS OCCIDENTAL
Cottage Road, Bacolod City
Tel/Fax # - (034) 435–3960
e-mail: depednegrosoccidental@yahoo.com
Website: www.depednegrosoccidental.weebly.com
_____________________________________________________________________________
FOURTH QUARTERLY ASSESSMENT
School Year 2018-2019
GRADE 4 SCIENCE
35. In what way is the sun’s heat beneficial to humans?
A. Mother can dry her laundry.
B. Farmers can harvest and dry their crops.
C. Fishermen can dry and preserve their fishes.
D. All of the above.
36. When the intense heat is received on the earth’s surface and there is no rainfall
at all, what would be the effect on the environment?
A. Soil would harden, crack and plants wither.
B. There would be scarcity of water.
C. There’s no effect at all.
D. Both A and B.
37. Leo brought his carabao and goat to the grassland to gaze. He left his animals
under the sun the whole day. What would likely be the harmful effect of heat on
his animals?
A. His animals would become sturdy.
B. His animals would have sunburn.
C. His animals would get sick.
D. His animals would become healthy.
38. What will likely happen to plants and animals if there is no sunlight?
A. Plants and animals will live longer.
B. Plants will grow healthy and animals can still survive.
C. Plants and animals will die.
D. Sunlight do not affect both plants and animals.
39. Marina will be joining her friends to the beach on Friday. What must she do to
avoid sunburn?
A. Apply coconut oil.
B. Apply lemon jelly.
C. Apply sunblock lotion.
D. Apply avocado paste.
40. What would be the probable effect if your eyes were exposed to the glares of the
sun?
A. eyes would become cross-eyed
B. eyes would bulge
C. vision would be impaired and might be damaged
D. eyes would remain in normal condition

--- End of Fourth Quarterly Exam ---


Republic of the Philippines
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
REGION VI – WESTERN VISAYAS
DIVISION OF NEGROS OCCIDENTAL
Cottage Road, Bacolod City
Tel/Fax # - (034) 435–3960
e-mail: depednegrosoccidental@yahoo.com
Website: www.depednegrosoccidental.weebly.com
_____________________________________________________________________________
FOURTH QUARTERLY ASSESSMENT
School Year 2018-2019
GRADE 4 SCIENCE
KEY ANSWER
Item No. Answer
1 B
2 B
3 A
4 A
5 D
6 B
7 C
8 A
9 D
10 D
11 A
12 C
13 B
14 C
15 B
16 A
17 C
18 A
19 T
20 T
21 T
22 T
23 D
24 C
25 B
26 A
27 A
28 A
29 CONDENSATION
30 B
31 A
32 A
33 C
34 D
35 D
36 D
37 C
38 C
39 C
40 C
Republic of the Philippines
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
REGION VI – WESTERN VISAYAS
DIVISION OF NEGROS OCCIDENTAL
Cottage Road, Bacolod City
Tel/Fax # - (034) 435–3960
e-mail: depednegrosoccidental@yahoo.com
Website: www.depednegrosoccidental.weebly.com
_____________________________________________________________________________
FOURTH QUARTERLY ASSESSMENT
School Year 2018-2019
GRADE 4 SCIENCE
TABLE OF SPECIFICATION

Item Location
Easy Average Difficult
(60%) (30%) (10%)
Numbe
Number

Understand
Remember
Learning Competencies r of Percentage

Evaluate
Analyze

Create
of Items

Apply
Days

1. Define what is soil. 1 2.5% 1


2. Identify the different types
of soil based on their 1 5.0% 2
physical characteristics.
3. Investigate the effects of
the soil type on the growth 1 2.5% 1
of mongo seed.
4. Identify factors that affect
2 2.5% 1
the growth of plants.
5. Identify the different
1 7.5% 3
sources of water.
6. Explain the use of water in
1 2.5% 1
our daily activities.
7. Use weather instruments
to measure the different
weather components:
2 5.0% 2
room thermometer,
anemometer, wind vane,
wind sock.
8. Record the weather
1 2.5% 1
conditions.
9. Make simple
interpretations about the
1 5.0% 2
weather as recorded in the
weather chart.
10. Identify safety precautions
during sunny days, rainy 1 5.0% 2
days, and windy days.
11. Tell the meaning of
1 5.0% 2
typhoon warning signals.
12. Identify safety precautions
before, during, and after a 3 10% 4
typhoon.
13. State that the sun is the
main source of heat and 1 2.5% 1
light.
14. Explain the importance of
1 5.0% 2
the sun to living things.
Republic of the Philippines
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
REGION VI – WESTERN VISAYAS
DIVISION OF NEGROS OCCIDENTAL
Cottage Road, Bacolod City
Tel/Fax # - (034) 435–3960
e-mail: depednegrosoccidental@yahoo.com
Website: www.depednegrosoccidental.weebly.com
_____________________________________________________________________________
FOURTH QUARTERLY ASSESSMENT
School Year 2018-2019
GRADE 4 SCIENCE
15. Describe how shadows
1 2.5% 1
are formed.
16. Describe how shadows
change in position and
1 2.5% 1
length at different times of
the day.
17. Explain the changes in
position and length of the
1 5.0% 2
shadows in relation to the
position of the sun.
18. Observe the processes
involved in the water 1 2.5% 1
cycle.
19. Describe the role of the
1 5.0% 2
sun in the water cycle.
20. Explain the processes
involved in the water 1 5.0% 2
cycle.
21. Identify the beneficial and
harmful effects of the
1 5.0% 2
sun’s heat and light on
living things.
22. Explain how the sun
1 5.0% 2
affects living things.
23. Practice safety
precautions to avoid the
negative effects of too 1 5.0% 2
much exposure to
sunlight.
27 100% 40