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Republic of the Philippines

Department of Education
Region X – Northern Mindanao
Division of Lanao del Norte
Gov. A. Quibranza Prov’l, Gov’t Compound
Pigcarangan, Tubod, Lanao del Norte
MUKAS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Mukas, Kolambugan, Lanao del Norte

SUMMATIVE Test NO. 1


First Rating Period
GRADE VI- ENGLISH

OBJECTIVES NO. WEIG NO. ITEM


PLACEM
OF HT OF
ENT
DAYS % ITEM
S
1. Distinguish changes in meaning
of sentences caused by stress. 1 20% 5 1-5
2. Relay information, messages
accurately using indirect 3 60% 15 6-20
discourse in reporting:
~ requests
~commands
~statements
3. Use the correct intonation for 1
statement and yes-no 20% 5 21-25
questions.
TOTAL 5 100% 25 1-25

(References/Source: DepEd Div. of Negros Occ. GRADE V ENRICHED LESSON PLAN &
ENGLISH TEXTBOOKS VI)
Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
Region X – Northern Mindanao
Division of Lanao del Norte
Gov. A. Quibranza Prov’l, Gov’t Compound
Pigcarangan, Tubod, Lanao del Norte
MUKAS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Mukas, Kolambugan, Lanao del Norte

SUMMATIVE TEST NO. 1


First Rating Period
Grade VI
For the Teacher:
(Teacher reads the statements, stressing the underlined word)
1. Biking is Peter’s favorite hobby.
2. Biking is Peter’s favorite hobby.
3. Biking is Peter’s favorite hobby.
4. The town fiesta of Bulacan is marvelous.
5. The town fiesta of Bulacan is marvelous.
Directions: Listen as I read the statements. Tell what they mean
basing on the stressed word in the sentence. Choose from the given
answers and write the letter of the correct answer, (1-5)
Note: The items shall be read by the teacher, pupils listen.
Choices:
1`-3.
A. It’s Peter who likes biking no one else.
B. Biking is what Peter likes not swimming.
C. Biking is Peter’s hobby.
D. Biking is his favorite.
4-5.
A. It’s the town fiesta of Bulacan that is marvelous.
B. It’s Bulacan’s town fiesta none other.
C. The fiesta is marvelous.
Directions: Listen as the teacher reads the sentences. Write R if it has
a rising intonation and RF if it has a rising –falling intonation..(6-10)
Directions: Read the sentences carefully. Change them to indirect
discourse. Choose from the given answers and write the letter only.
6. Mrs. Reyes, “Miguel, kindly return this book to Mrs. Rose
Delprado.”
A. Mrs. Reyes told Miguel to kindly return this book to Mrs. Rose
Delprado.
B. Mrs. Reyes told Miguel to kindly return this book to Mrs. Rose
Delprado.
C. Mrs. Reyes requested Miguel to return the book to Mrs. Rose
Delprado.
D. Mrs. Reyes asked Miguel, return the book to Mrs. Delprado.
7. “Loreta, please read the poem aloud, “said the teacher.
A. The teacher said to Loreta to please read the poem aloud.
B. The teacher requested Loreta to read the poem aloud.
C. The teacher told Loreta to read the poem aloud.
D. The teacher asked Loreta to read the poem aloud.
8. Father said, “Children, kindly listen to the radio broadcast.”
A. Father told the children to kindly listen to the radio broadcast.
B. Father said to the children to listen to the radio broadcast.
C. Father requested the children to listen to the radio broadcast.
D. Father commanded the children to listen to the radio
broadcast.
9. The chairman said, “Call the police, Ric.”
A. The chairman told Ric to call the police.
B. The chairman said to Ric to call the police.
C. The chairman told Ric to call the police.
D. The chairman asked Ric to call the police.”
10. “Segregate the garbage well,
Boys, “said Alice.
A. Alice said to the boys to segregate the garbage well.
B. Alice told to segregate the garbage well.
C. Alice asked the boys to segregate the garbage.
D. Alice told the boys to segregate the garbage well.
11. “Bring your project
tomorrow, Jane, said Mrs. Perez.
A. Mrs. Perez told Jane to bring her project tomorrow.
B. Mrs. Perez tells Jane to bring her project tomorrow.
C. Mrs. Perez told Jane to bring she project tomorrow.
D. Mrs. Perez told Jane to bring their project tomorrow.
12. The trash collector said, “Do
not scatter your garbage on the street ladies.”
A. The trash collector said does not scatter your garbage on the
street ladies.
B. The trash collector told the ladies do not scatter your garbage on
the streets.
C. The trash collector told the ladies not to scatter your garbage on
the streets.
D. The trash collector told the ladies not to scatter their garbage on
the streets.
13. “The weather is fine today,
“says mother.
A. Mother says that the weather is fine today.
B. Mother said that the weather is fine today.
C. Mother said that the weather was fine today.
D. Mother says that the weather was fine today.
14. The mayor said, “I enjoy
watching the games.
A. The mayor said that I enjoyed watching the games.
B. The mayor said he enjoyed watching the games.
C. The mayor says he enjoys watching the games.
D. The mayor said that he enjoyed watching the games.
15. The florist said, “I can
arrange the flowers well.”
A. The florist said that she can arrange the flowers well.
B. The florist said that she could arrange the flowers well.
C. The florist said I could arrange the flowers well.
D. The florist said she can arrange the flowers well.
16. The principal said: “Please
walk slowly, children.”
A. The principal told the children to walk slowly.
B. The principal said to children please walk slowly.
C. The principal requested the children to walk slowly.
D. The principal said walk slowly children.
17. Anna: “Kindly help me with
this heavy table.
A. Ana requested to help me with this heavy table.
B. Ana requested me to help her with that heavy table.
C. Ana said to help me with this heavy table.
D. Ana please me to help her with this heavy table.
18. Kris: Clara, please cook the
rice.”
A. Kris said to cook the rice please.
B. Kris requested Clara to cook the rice.
C. Kris said Clara to cook rice.
D. Kris please Clara to cook rice.
19. You must be very patient,
“said James.
A. James said you must be very patient.
B. James said he must be patient.
C. James told me to be patient.
D. James said he must be patient with you.
20. Claire said, I will look for a
pair of shoes.”
A. Claire said that she will look for a pair of shoes.
B. Claire said she will look for a pair of shoes.
C. Claire said she would look for a pair of shoes.
D. Claire said she would have pair of shoes.

Directions: Listen to the following sentences and write R if it has rising


intonation and RF if it has a rising –falling intonation. Write the answer
only.
21. Are you afraid?
22. I was late for the program.
23. Did you win the game?
24. Hope to hear from you, soon.
25. Where’s the principal’s office.
Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
Region X – Northern Mindanao
Division of Lanao del Norte
Gov. A. Quibranza Prov’l, Gov’t Compound
Pigcarangan, Tubod, Lanao del Norte
MUKAS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Mukas, Kolambugan, Lanao del Norte

SUMMATIVE Test NO. 2

OBJECTIVES NO. WEIG NO. ITEM


OF HT OF PLACEM
ENT
DAYS % ITEM
S
1. Use the correct information in
asking questions introduced by 1 20% 5 1-5
interrogatives.
2. Identify the setting, main
characters, events on the plot of 1 20% 5 6-10
short plays, stories, poems.
3. Follow a series of directions 1
listened to, labeling 20% 5 11-15
diagrams/completing chart.
4. Write specific directions on
given situation e.g. interpret a 1 20 % 5 16-20
diagram/read map.
5. Ask and answer questions about
oneself and others with the use
of patterns: 1 20 % 5 21-25
Yes + positive rejoinder
No + negative rejoinder
TOTAL 5 100% 25 1-25
Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
Region X – Northern Mindanao
Division of Lanao del Norte
Gov. A. Quibranza Prov’l, Gov’t Compound
Pigcarangan, Tubod, Lanao del Norte
MUKAS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Mukas, Kolambugan, Lanao del Norte

SUMMATIVE TEST NO. 2


Grade VI
Directions: Read each question with the correct intonation.
1. Did you study your lesson?
2. Why is the baby crying?
3. Have you watered the plants, have you?
4. Are mayors public officials?
5. What happened to the puppy?
Directions: Read the selection, then state whether the statement
describes the setting, character, events, climax or ending or plot.
Paul Bunyan is a giant woodsman. He became the greatest
lumberjack in America. He dreamed of leading his men through
wondrous adventures in the great forests of the West.
_____ 6. Mightiest hero of the North Woods.
_____ 7. Paul Bunyan, a giant woodsman.
_____ 8. He dreamed of leading his men through wondrous adventures
in the
West.
_____ 9. Greatest lumberjack in America.
_____ 10. Imaginary character with amazing size and strength.
Directions: Read the selection. Fill-in the needed information to
complete the chart below. (11-15)
Those who cannot read are pitiful because they cannot enjoy
books. Books can answer the Why and how’s of thing that puzzle us.
They can take us to faraway places through imagination. They can
show us, too, the things that happened a long tme ago as well as those
happening at present. Books tell us about children in other lands. The
hold the key to the greatest treasures in the world. A wise man once
said that he would rather be a poor boy in a cellar surrounded with
books than a prince in a palace who had no chance to read.

Books
What books tell us Where books take us What books hold us
11. 13. 15.
12. 14. 16.

Directions: Help Rachel find the way to Mountain House. Answer the
question below.

Rachel is going on a vacation. She is bound for Mountain House.


She is now at the airport.
16. From the airport, what is the nearest street she’ll pass?
17. What is the main or national road?
18. What 2 landmarks will she pass if she turned right on River Road?
19 What would happen if Rachel turned left on Gomes Avenue?
20. What is the nearest street to Mountain House?
Direction: Complete the sentences by writing the correct rejoinder.
21. Do you go to church on Sunday? Yes, _____.
22. Are the girls ready for the dance number? No, _____.
23. Is your mother home? Yes,_____.
24. Will you go with met the mail? No,_____.
25. Have you been sick of Dengue? Yes,_____.
Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
Region X – Northern Mindanao
Division of Lanao del Norte
Gov. A. Quibranza Prov’l, Gov’t Compound
Pigcarangan, Tubod, Lanao del Norte
MUKAS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Mukas, Kolambugan, Lanao del Norte

SUMMATIVE Test NO. 3

OBJECTIVES NO. WEIG NO. ITEM


PLACEM
OF HT OF
ENT
DAYS % ITEM
S
1. Use tag questions
1 16% 3 1-3
2. Deduce meaning of unfamiliar
words using structural analysis 1 17% 5 4-8
words with prefixes.
3. Deduce meaning of unfamiliar 1
words using structural analysis 17% 5 9-13
words with suffixes.
4. Change statement into
questions. 1 17% 5 14-18
5. Give a report based from an
observation.
1 16% 2 19-20
6. Write a report based from an
observation 1 17% 5 21-25

TOTAL 5 100% 25 1-25

Republic of the Philippines


Department of Education
Region X – Northern Mindanao
Division of Lanao del Norte
Gov. A. Quibranza Prov’l, Gov’t Compound
Pigcarangan, Tubod, Lanao del Norte
MUKAS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Mukas, Kolambugan, Lanao del Norte

SUMMATIVE TEST NO. 3

Directions: Read and supply the appropriate tag question.


1. Ben was able to secure a permit for the examination._________?
2. There is a bright object on the table,_________?
3. The English club will present a verse choir, _________?
Directions: Give the meaning of the underlined word in each sentence.
Choose from the words in the box.

Against after half


Before three in favor of

4. The crowd waved antiwar banners and slogan.


5. In the semi-darkness. We could hardly recognize the people we
were with.
6. The department store always has a post-Christmas sale.
7. The pre-war price of rice was eight centavos a kilo.
8. The children made tri-colored hats for the parade.
Directions: Give the meaning of the underlined word in each sentence.
Choose from the words in the box.

No ending small book a man who paints


Dependent going to the West

9. The road to Baguio seemed endless.


10. The Grade I pupils have spelling booklet.
11. The painter paints beautiful landscapes.
12. The sun sets westward.
13. My parents are very dependable.

Directions: Change the following statements into questions.


14. Karen went to the principal’s office.
15. Melissa recorded all the absences.
16. I can handle a part-time job.
17. Jose is attending the birthday party.
18. Ramon will buy some medicine.
Directions: Give a report based on the Table below. Answer the
questions below as your guide.
19-20
The World’s Longest Rivers
Name Continent where Length in Body of water
located Kilometers into which river
flows
Amazon South America 6,240 Atlantic Ocean
Congo Africa 4,349 Atlantic Ocean
Mississippi North America 3,757 Gulf of Mexico
Nile Africa 6,656 Mediterranean Sea

Which is the longest river in the world?


Where is the Congo River located?
Which continent has two rivers shown n the table?

Directions: Write a report based on the table below. Answer the


question below as your guide.
21-25
The World’s Longest River
Name Country Continent Height
Where Located Where Located (in
m0eters)
Acongagua Argentina South America 6,926
Communism U.S.S.R. Europe 7,459
Peak
El’brus U.S.S.R Europe 5,606
Everest Tibet/Nepal Asia 8,805
Kashmir India Asia 8,569
Kilimanjaro Tanzania Africa 5,869
McKinley U.S.A. North America 6,149
Vinson Massif Antarctica 5,733

What is the title of the Table?


What information is given in each column of the table?
What is the lowest mountain peak in the table?

Republic of the Philippines


Department of Education
Region X – Northern Mindanao
Division of Lanao del Norte
Gov. A. Quibranza Prov’l, Gov’t Compound
Pigcarangan, Tubod, Lanao del Norte
MUKAS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Mukas, Kolambugan, Lanao del Norte

SUMMATIVE Test NO. 4

OBJECTIVES NO. WEIG NO. ITEM


OF HT OF PLACEM
ENT
DAYS % ITEM
S
1. Tell the big ideas/key concepts
implied and conveyed in each 1 25% 5 1-5
paragraph.
2. Give the details that support the
big idea covered in all 1 25% 5 6-10
paragraphs.
3. Tell the key concepts in big 1
ideas. 25% 5 11-15
4. State the main idea of the
paragraph. 1 25% 5 16-20
TOTAL 5 100% 20 1-20

Republic of the Philippines


Department of Education
Region X – Northern Mindanao
Division of Lanao del Norte
Gov. A. Quibranza Prov’l, Gov’t Compound
Pigcarangan, Tubod, Lanao del Norte
MUKAS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Mukas, Kolambugan, Lanao del Norte

SUMMATIVE TEST NO. 4


Directions: Read the selection carefully. Answer the questions that
follow. Write the letter only.
Eddie and Clariz planned a surprise party for their Mom’s
birthday. They invited all their friends and made a beautiful chocolate
cake. Which they hid at their friend’s house. The surprise worked.
Their Mom was repairing a broken chair when everybody burst in
shouting “Surprise”
1. Why did Eddie and Clariz plan a party for their Mom?
A. It was their Mom’s birthday.
B. Their Mom was awardee Mother of the Year.
C. It was their parent’s wedding anniversary.
2. How was the party celebrated?
A. By preparing ice cream and lechon for their friends.
B. By inviting their friends and preparing a chocolate cake.
C. By inviting all their relatives and friends.

Cottage industries are promoted by the government ad civic


organizations. These are encouraged because they help the people in
the following ways. They provide work for the jobless. They increase
man’s usefulness through creative and useful activities. They increase
the family income. They develop neighborliness and cooperation
among the people in the community.
3. Why are cottage industries encouraged in our country.
A. To help big industries B. to get rich C. To help the
jobless
4. How do cottage industries are encourage and friends
Cottage industries increase man’s usefulness.
A. Through support from the government.
B. Through creative

Directions: Identify the big idea or key concept implied in each


paragraph. Write only the letter.
Agriculture is still the most important livelihood in the Philippines.
A very kind and wise God has given these country wide, level plains
suitable for farming. The rich soil makes the land productive. Rainfall
is abundant in all parts of the country. If Filipinos will remain
hardworking and patient in developing these precious natural gifts, this
nation will be one of the richest countries in the world.
1. A. The rich soil makes the land productive.
B. Rainfall is abundant in all parts of the country.
C. Agriculture is the most important livelihood in the Philippines.

Mathematics has to do with man’s economic needs. He uses


numbers in buying and selling goods. He makes use of measurement
whe he goes to the tailor to have sewed. Mathematics is indeed very
important.

2. A. Mathematics has nothing to do with man.


B. Man uses Mathematics in buying and selling goods.
C. Mathematics is very important.

The planet closest to the sun.

The main idea of the paragraph is.


A. Diana Spencer was the Princess of Wales.
B. Diana Spencer was called the Queen of Hearts because of her love and
compassion for the poor.
C. Poor children and lepers are are the unfortunate people whom Diana Spence
loved.
17. Being tactful means having the sense of saying or doing something at the proper
time and place. In so doing, stronger relationship can be built with other people.
The main idea of the paragraph is:
A. Stronger relationship can be built by being tactful.
B. Being tactful is saying something at the proper time.
C. Saying something at the proper time and place is a good practice.
18.In school, there are particular announcements made public by school administrator or
teachers through the use of a sound system. These can be done during an assembly of
the students.
The main idea of the paragraph is:
A. Announcement is made during assembly of students.
B. `A sound system is used to make announcement during students’ assembly.
C. School administrator and teachers are happy about the announcements.
19.Electricity has become a servant and a messenger in the modern world. It lights
homes, runs factories and makes distant people neighbors. Work has become lighter
with the advent of electricity.
A. Electricity lights homes and factories.
B. Electricity makes distant people neighbors.
C. Electricity is important in our lives.
20. The earthworm is harmless. It helps the farmers and plant grows. The earthworm
bores many holes in the soil. This way the soil becomes soft and well mixed. The
earthworms help the plant grow well.
The main idea of the paragraph is:
A. Earthworms help the plants grow well.
B. The earthworm is harmless.
C. The earthworm makes the soil soft and well mixed.

OBJECTIVES NO. WEIG NO. ITEM


OF HT OF PLACEME
DAY % ITEM NT
S S
1. Name and copy the
paragraph 1 25% 5 1-5
e.g. Introduction, body and
conclusion.
2. Arrange details in order. 1 25% 5 6-10
3. Retell stories listened to.. 1 50% 10 11-20

TOTAL 3 100% 20

SUMMATIVE TEST NO. 5


First Rating Period
Grade VI
Directions: Write the introduction, body and conclusion of each
paragraph.
Bowling is becoming more and more popular, but it is really and
old game. The Egyptians played an outdoor bowling game about
seven thousand years ago. The game was popular in Europe before
the discovery of America. The Dutch brought the game which they
called skittles when they settled New York in 1600’s. Bowling has
always been skittles.

1. Introduction:
__________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________

2. Body:
__________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________

3. Conclusion:
__________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________

Gestures including facial expressions are meaningful movements


of the body. Gestures are utilized to express feelings and mood over
and above those transmitted by words. Although friends may talk
much, more is conveyed by their gestures than by their words.
Gestures help a lot in communication.

4. Write the introduction of the paragraph


5. Write the body of the paragraph above.

Directions: Read the Paragraph. Arrange the details in order. Write


the letter only.

Androcles was a Roman slave of the First Century. He escaped


from his master and went to Africa. Once he came upon a lion that had
a thorn in its paw and relieved the animal’s suffering by removing the
thorn. The story is told that years later Androcles faced the same lion
in the Roman arena. It is said that the lion recognized Androcles and
did not harm him. We do not know whether the story is true or not, but
it makes a good point that good deeds are rewarded.

A. The lion recognized Androcles and did not harm him.


B. Androcles faced the same lion in the Roman arena years later.
C. He came upon a lion that had a thorn in its paw.
D. Androcles was a Roman slave of the first century who escaped
from his master and went to Africa.
E. He relieved the animal’s suffering by removing the thorn.
6. _________
7. _________
8. _________
9. _________
10. _________
Directions: Read the stories. Retell the stories in 4-5 sentences. (5
points for each story)
11-15.
Mike’s Lesson
In a little village lived a boy named Mike Diaz. He was fond of
setting traps for little animals that greatly abound in the woods near
his village.
One early morning, he went into the woods to look at his two
traps. As he came near the first one, he saw a squirrel had been
caught. The poor frightened creatures were struggling to escape.

Mike ran towards the trap. Suddenly his foot slipped and was
gripped with a snap. Down he went to the ground. He knew what had
happened. He was caught by the other trap. He was not frightened at
first because he though he could set himself free but the chain would
not let him go no matter how hard he tried.
Just out of his reach lay the squirrel panting with pain and terror.
For the first time in his life, Mike understood what he was doing.

16-20
The Fox and the Stork
The fox and the stork were formerly good friends. They often
visited each other. One day, the fox invited the stork to dinner
because he wanted to play a joke on her. At the dinner table, the fox
put soup in a very shallow dish before the stork. The fork could easily
lap the soup, but the poor stork could only wet the end of her long bill,
So, she left the dinner table as hungry as when she came.
“Oh, please don’t apologize, “said the stork sweetly. “I hope you
will come and dine with me soon.
So came the day when the fox visited the stork. The stork served
their dinner in jar with a very long neck and a narrow path. All the fox
could do was lick the outside of the jar.
Grade VI
Second Grading Period
Summative Test No. 3
Dated: ______________________

Table of Specification
NO. NO. OF ITEM
OBJECTIVES OF WEIGH ITEM PLACEMEN
DAYS T T
1. Use a variety of
sentences as compound 1 17 % 1-4
sentence using
connectors/and/and but.
2. Use a variety of
sentence as to 1 17 % 5 5-9
sentences as to
structure-complex.
3. Use indefinite pronouns- 4 10-13
singular/plural. 1 17 %
4. Give other possible 4 14-17
effects to a given a given 1 17%
cause/causes to given
effects.
5. Tell the relationship 1 16% 4 18-21
expressed in the
selection as to cause and
effect.
6. Analyze ideas as to 1 16% 4 22-25
cause and effect from
the discussions, news
report heard.
TOTAL 6 100 % 25

Prepared by:

Noted by ANA LIZA A. ORTEGA


EDELYN M. DAYOT School English Coordinator
Principal I
(References/Source: DepEd Div. of Negros Occ. GRADE V ENRICHED LESSON PLAN &
ENGLISH TEXTBOOKS VI)

Republic of the Philippines


DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Region VI – Western Visayas
Division of Negros Occidental
District of Toboso
LABILABI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
DDC, San Jose, Toboso, Negros Occidental

Grade VI
Second Grading Period
Summative Test No. 3
Directions: Combine the sentences. Use and or but.
1. I picked flowers from the garden. Mother arranged them in the flower
vase.
2. We waited for the whole day for the school visitors to arrive. They did
not come.
3. Mother bought new pillows. She gave away the old ones to Aunt Lorna.
4. Father made a big flower. My brother painted it.
Directions: Match the phrases column A with column B to form complex
sentence. Write only the letter.
A B
5. Jim was absent from the meeting A. if he reviews the words in
spelling.
6. My father worked hard B. When she goes to Manila.
7. We cannot finish our work C. so that he can support our
Studies.
8. Mrs. Vecino will visit us D. because he got sick.
9. Raphael will win in the spelling E. unless we make use of our
Time.
Directions: Supply the appropriate indefinite pronoun to complete the
meaning of each sentence. Choose your answers from the items listed in the
box.
A. Several B. everybody c. somebody D. nobody
E.one F. many G. any H. someone
10. _________________is always eager to study in the library.
11. _________________ is knocking at the door.
12. I don’t have___________________money to buy such an object.
13. There are _________________trees planted beside our farm.
Directions: Read the selection and choose a possible cause to each given
effect. Write the letter only.
14. Alan stayed in the classroom during recess time.
A. He was hungry. B. He had no money to buy snacks.
C. His classmates guessed why he stayed behind.
D. He would be hungry by lunchtime.
15. Elena passed her project. She got a low mark.
A. Her project was incomplete. B. She finished it on time.
C.Her mother got angry. D. Her project was beautiful.
16. Mark was already hungry before recess.
A. He went to school early. B.He was ashamed to go out.
C. He had no money to buy snacks. D. He had not taken breakfast.
17.Floods always happen at San Joaquin.
A.People are careless. B. Mountains are bare.
C.It is near the sea. D. “Government is careless.
Directions: Read the situation carefully. Identify if the underlined phrase is
CAUSE or EFFECT.
18. Mary Ann sells banana cake in school so she doesn’t need to ask money
from her mother for her baon.
19. She got stomachache because she ate too much guava.
20. Dirty environment will lead to the wide spread of diseases.
Labor Groups Bats for English as Medium of Instruction
Department of Labor and Employment and Business Groups call for the
reinstatement of English as medium of instruction at all school levels to
improve future graduates’ competitiveness in the labor market.
There is a need to strengthen the use of English Language to students
inorder to attract more business process particularly call center operators
that deal with the customers of large Americans Films. Improving proficiency
in English would boost their chances of getting employed. Young Koreans
visit the Philippines to get either formal or informal crash courses in English
that is why South Korea is now our biggest source of foreign tourists.

Directions: Based from the news report heard which of the following ideas
express cause or effect. Write the ideas under its appropriate heading.

Cause Effect
22.
23.
24.
25.

Prepared by:

Noted by ANA LIZA A. ORTEGA


EDELYN M. DAYOT School English Coordinator
Principal I
(References/Source: DepEd Div. of Negros Occ. GRADE V ENRICHED LESSON PLAN &
ENGLISH TEXTBOOKS VI)

Republic of the Philippines


DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Region VI – Western Visayas
Division of Negros Occidental
District of Toboso
LABILABI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
DDC, San Jose, Toboso, Negros Occidental

Grade VI
Second Grading Period
Summative Test No. 2
Dated: ______________________

Table of Specification
NO. NO. OF ITEM
OBJECTIVES OF WEIGH ITEM PLACE
DAYS T MENT
1.Write 2-3 three-point sentence
outline. 1 20 % 7 1-7
2. Use a variety of sentences as
to structure compound subject 1 20 % 6 8-13
with simple predicate.
3. Use a variety of sentence as to
structure-compound subject with 1 20 % 6 14-19
compound predicate.
4. Sequence the key concepts/big
ideas to show wholeness of the 1 20 % 6 20-25
story.
TOTAL 1 100 % 25

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EDELYN M. DAYOT School English Coordinator
Principal I
(References/Source: DepEd Div. of Negros Occ. GRADE V ENRICHED LESSON PLAN &
ENGLISH TEXTBOOKS VI)

Republic of the Philippines


DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Region VI – Western Visayas
Division of Negros Occidental
District of Toboso
LABILABI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
DDC, San Jose, Toboso, Negros Occidental

Grade VI
Second Grading Period
Summative Test No. 2
Directions: Complete the two-three point sentence outline for the
paragraph. (7 points)

Food and Drinks of the Ancient Filipinos


Rice was staple food of the ancient Filipinos. They cooked in pots and
in bamboos. The diet of our forefathers included also various species of fish
caught in rivers and lakes, meat for carabaos, deers, hogs, chickens and
edible birds, vegetables, tubers like sweet potato, spices like pepper and
garlic, and fruits like bananas, oranges, guavas and mangoes.
There were also many kinds of wine and drinks in the islands. The tuba
which was taken from the coconut palms was the champagne of the
prehistoric Filipinos. Among the popular wine were the Visayan Pangasi,
fermented from rice, the Visayan Gawilang distilled from sugar cane and the
drinkers they seldom losrt their senses when drunk. They only became
lively, talkative and witty when intoxicated.

Food and Drinks of the Ancient Filipinos


I. The diet of our Forefathers
A. ___________________________________
B. ___________________________________
C. ___________________________________
D. ___________________________________
II. _________________________________________
A.____________________________________
B.____________________________________
C.Visayan Pangasi
D.____________________________________
III. _________________________________________
A.____________________________________
B. Witty
C.____________________________________

Directions: Copy the following sentences. Underline the compound subject


once and the simple predicate twice.
8. Bataan and Corregidor are historical places.
9. My parents and teachers were all invited to join the conference on “Proper
Child Care”.
10. The lady and the man planned their coming marriage.
11. Gumamelas and Sampaguitas were Ana’s favorite flowers.
12. The media and the school join hands in education the children well.
13.Boracay and Underground water in Palawan are tourists spots of the
Philippines.

Directions: Copy the following sentences. Underline the compound subject


and the compound predicate twice.
14. Gabriela Silang and Joan of Arc were considered brave women warriors
and had helped a lot their countrymen.
15. Donnah and Mark studied and drew the life cycle of the frog.
16. Science teacher and pupils researched on edible mushrooms and
discussed their uses to man.
17. Reading and writing stories need inspiration and require concentration.
18. Father and brother harvested the vegetables and placed them in the
basket.
19.Clarise and Joan are beautiful and intelligent pupils in school.

Directions: The following selections, then arrange the following statements a


s it happened in the story.
“ The Sun and the Wind” TM p.55
20. _____ The wind blew hard but the man did not take off his cloak.
21.______ Sun and the wind were arguing about the traveler.
22. _____ They saw a traveler coming down the road.
23. _____The sun shone brightly upon the traveler.
24. _____The sun proposed that whoever made the traveler take off his cloak
would be the stronger one.
25._____The Sun and the Wind challenge each other.

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EDELYN M. DAYOT School English Coordinator
Principal I
(References/Source: DepEd Div. of Negros Occ. GRADE V ENRICHED LESSON PLAN &
ENGLISH TEXTBOOKS VI)

Republic of the Philippines


DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Region VI – Western Visayas
Division of Negros Occidental
District of Toboso
LABILABI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
DDC, San Jose, Toboso, Negros Occidental

Grade VI
Second Grading Period
Summative Test No. 1
Dated: ______________________

Table of Specification
NO. NO. OF ITEM
OBJECTIVES OF WEIGH ITEM PLACE
DAYS T MENT
1. Use a variety of sentence
as to structure simple- 1 25 % 5 1-5
subject, simple-predicate.
2. Use a variety of
sentences as to structure- 1 25 % 8 6-13
simple subject with
compound predicate.
3. Identify the
details/heading for an 1 25 % 6 14-19
outline.
4. Make a three-point
sentence outline of an 1 25 % 6 20-25
expository text read.
TOTAL 4 100 % 25 1-25

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EDELYN M. DAYOT School English Coordinator
Principal I
(References/Source: DepEd Div. of Negros Occ. GRADE V ENRICHED LESSON PLAN &
ENGLISH TEXTBOOKS VI)

Republic of the Philippines


DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Region VI – Western Visayas
Division of Negros Occidental
District of Toboso
LABILABI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
DDC, San Jose, Toboso, Negros OccidentaL

Grade VI
Second Grading Period
Summative Test No. 1
Directions: Copy the following sentences. Underline the simple subject once
and the simple predicate twice.
1. The sophisticated woman wears attractive attire.
2. Some birds build their nests on cliffs high above the shore.
3. The sunflower follows the direction of the sun.
4. Medicinal plants are safe from over dosage.
5. My elder brother sells newspaper every Saturday.

Directions: Read the following sentences then answer the questions asked.
Write only the letter of the correct answer.
6. Ants live in a colony and help each other maintain it. What is the
simple subject of the sentence?
A. Ants B. live C. colony D. help
7. What is the compound predicate of sentence 6?
A. ants live B. live in a colony
C.help each other D. live in a colony and help each other maintain it
8. Rich people are fond of attending social gatherings and travelling
abroad. What is the simple subject of the sentence?
A. rich B. people C. social Gathering
9. What is the compound predicate of sentence 8?
A. are fond of attending social
B. attending social gathering and travelling
C. are fond of social gatherings and travelling abroad
D. are fond of travelling abroad
Directions: Copy the following sentences. Underline the simple subject once
and compound predicate twice.
10.Luis won in the declamation contest and received an award.
11.Most parents love their children and are concerned about their future.
12. Tornado hit California and lost many lives.
13. Heroes risk their lives and save people from danger.

Direction: Make a three-point outline of the selection given.

Global Warming
The people on earth faces a major problem called global warming.
Global warming occurs when the average temperature in many places on
earthrise. Environments will change as forming deserts. Icebergs may melt
causing the oceans to rise and flood many coastal areas. Although there may
take several years to happen, it is bound to happen.
We get energy from the sun in the form of heat. The extra heat should
bounce from the earth into space. This does not happen when the earth’s
atmosphere is full of polluted gases. The extra heat is trapped inside causing
the average temperatures to rise.
The extra heat trapped above the earth is called the green house
gases. Garbage burned in your backyard has greenhouse gases. Even the
wood used in cooking increases the greenhouse gases in the atmosphere
.Trees reduces the amount of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. Trees use
the carbon dioxide, one of the greenhouse gases in making their own food.
They give off clean air or oxygen. Another way to reduce the amount of
greenhouse gases is to plant more trees.

Directions: Complete the outline of this selection. Some topics are done for
you.
Global Warming
I. Global warming occurs when the average temperature in many places on
earth rise.
A. Environment will change as a result of this.
(14.)1._________________________________________________________
2.Many parts of the earth will dry up forming deserts.
(15) 3. ________________________________________________________
B. We get energy from the sun in the form of heat.
1. The extra heat should bounce from the earth into space.
(16) 2. _______________________________________________________
(17) 3. _______________________________________________________
C. The greenhouse gases come from many sources.
(18) 1. ________________________________________________________
(19) 2. _______________________________________________________
3.Garbage burned in your backyard.
Directions: Read the following selections. Identify other details of the
selection and fill in the blanks to make an outline.
One day, king Joab was ill. The neighbors came him. They boiled bitter
herbs and made him drink the water. They rubbed fragrant oil his body. They
brought him fruits and milk.
I. King Joab was ill.
(20)A. ____________________________________________________________
(21)B. ____________________________________________________________
C. They rubbed fragrant oil over his body.
(22) D. ____________________________________________________________

The air that surrounds the earth is called atmosphere. It lies around the
earth like a thick blanket. The atmosphere protects the earth from the sun’s
heat. If we have no atmosphere, the sun would fry the earth during the day
and freeze it during the night. The atmosphere helps keep in the heat, too.
Without the atmosphere, the earth’s heat would escape into the outer space.
Nothing could stay alive on earth without the atmosphere to protect us.
I. The atmosphere protects the earth from the sun’s heat.
(23)A. _________________________________________________________
(24)B. _________________________________________________________
(25)C.__________________________________________________________
Denoting could stay alive on earth without the atmosphere.
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EDELYN M. DAYOT School English Coordinator
Principal I
(References/Source: DepEd Div. of Negros Occ. GRADE V ENRICHED LESSON PLAN &
ENGLISH TEXTBOOKS VI

Republic of the Philippines


DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Region VI – Western Visayas
Division of Negros Occidental
District of Toboso
LABILABI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
DDC, San Jose, Toboso, Negros Occidental

Grade VI
Second Grading Period
Summative Test No. 4
Dated: ______________________

Table of Specification
NO. NO. OF ITEM
OBJECTIVES OF WEIGH ITEM PLACE
DAYS T MENT
1.Sequence events in a story
listened to. 1 16 % 4 1-4
2.Use verbs that agrees with the
indefinite pronouns in number. 1 16 % 5 5-9
3.Write reports from writing 4 10-12
models. 1 16 %
4.Infer mood through the 4 13-16
speakers’ actions, intonation, 1 16%
utterances in selections listened
to.
5.Give other events that could 1 18% 4 17-20
happen next.
6.Give an ending to a given 1 18% 5 21-25
selection
TOTAL 6 100 % 25

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EDELYN M. DAYOT School English Coordinator
Principal I
(References/Source: DepEd Div. of Negros Occ. GRADE V ENRICHED LESSON PLAN &
ENGLISH TEXTBOOKS VI)
Republic of the Philippines
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Region VI – Western Visayas
Division of Negros Occidental
District of Toboso
LABILABI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
DDC, San Jose, Toboso, Negros Occidental

Grade VI
Second Grading Period
Summative Test No. 4
Directions: Listen as your teacher reads the selection “Camping” Sequence
the events. Write the letter only.
“Camping” DRPVI p.11
_____1. Tiny raindrops started to fall on the leaves. The shower was over
though in a moment.
_____2. Rene was tired from the day’s tramp.
He rolled himself in his scout blanket and lay still. It was very quiet in
the woods.
_____3. The cicadas and other insects started their night songs which
Ended into a forest symphony.
_____4. Then, he heard some queer noise. There was a flapping of wings. A
night owl was on his way to hunt.
1.What is the correct sequence of the given events?
A. 3-4-1-2 B. 2-4-1-3 C. 2-4-3-1
_____1.”My father bought yesterday, “answered Mel proudly.” Want to try it?”
_____2.”That is right,” answered Mel. “Father works hard so he can buy us
things. You know very well we have a big poultry.”
_____3. “My! What a nice car,” said Rene as he saw his cousin Mel riding in
his toy car.
_____4.”Why, yes, thank you,” Rene said as Mel got off his car. “It is like a
real car, “he said as he tried the wheel.
2.What is the correct sequence of the events?
A. 3-4-2-1- B.3-1-4-2 C.3-4-2-1

Which should come first? Last? Write the letter before each number.
Here are the steps in making a Yema or Milk Candy.
First, Cut square pieces of cellophane. Then, pour a can of condensed
milk and sugar into a pan. Cook over low heat. Next pour small amount of
cooked yema into each piece of cellophane and press to wrap the candy.

A. Cooking yema over low heat.


B. Cutting square pieces of cellophane.
C. Wrapping the cooked yema.
3.____________
4.____________
5. Some of the seeds_________eaten by the birds yesterday.
A. are B. is C. were D. was
6. Nobody ___________in the room when I arrived.
A. is B. are C. was D. were
7. Neither Jose nor I _________last Monday.
A. reported B. report C. reports D. reporting.
8.No one_________water from the faucet. It’s dirty.
A. drank B. drink C. drinks D. drinking

Directions: Read the news item and write a report about it.
A Report from Nilds Eriman
“Two pupils were hurt when the dried branch of the Talisay tree fell.
The boys were doing their ground improvement when the incident happened.
They were brought to the emergency clinic. They only had minor scratches.

Directions: Listen as your teacher reads the selection, then answer the
questions that follow. Write the letter only.
The emergency room of the hospital was quiet. The intern, nurse and
the midwife sat on duty drinking coffee and talking. They looked up but did
not move when the taxi driver entered the room in a rush.
“May I help you in a rush?
“May I help you? “The intern said.
“I’ve got a guy in the taxi with a broken leg,” the driver answered with
a quivering voice. “We had an accident.”
His words set the trio in action. Stretcher was brought, a call to an x-
ray technician was made, and a call for a doctor came over the loud speaker.
Everything was done orderly and efficiently. As the driver watched he
realized how weak his knees were, how much sweat was pouring from his
body. The event seemed a nightmare as he watched the hospital staff move.

13. How did the hospital staff respond to the need of the injured man?
A. quickly B. patiently C. slowly D. nervously
14. What line shows that the driver was tired?
A. The driver entered the room in rush.
B. “I’ve got a guy in the taxi with a broken leg.” The driver answered with a
quivering voice.
C. As the driver watched, he realized how weak he was.
D. He watched the hospital staff move.
15. “May I help you?”The intern said. What mood best describes the intern?
A. surprise B. nervous C. worried D. sympathy
16. How did the intern, the nurse and the midwife feel when the driver
entered the room in a rush?
A. worried B. eager C. surprise D. impatient

Directions: Read each passage. Give/write the event that could happen next.
Write the letter only.
17. Dexter was nearing Aling Jocelyn’s house when he saw the sign, “Beware
of Dogs.”
A. Dexter would run away.
B. Dexter would call Aling Jocelyn.
C. Dexter would walk slowly.
D. Dexter would cry.
18. Eleanor hurried to cross the street. She had not reached the other side
when the traffic light switched from yellow to green. Wheels waiting, vehicles
rushed impatiently on.
A. In an instant, Eleanor stopped.
B. In an instant, Eleanor ran to the side of the street.
C. In an instant, Eleanor hopped in the car.
19. Patrick and Joevic wandered by a construction site. A painter working
high up on a scaffolding accidentally dropped his can of paint. Directly below
was Patrick picking up scrap of wood. Luckily, an alert supervisor had heard
the painter’s shout. Just in tim…..
A. he warned the boys to get away
B. he jumped to protect the boys
C. he ran away himself
D. he got angry with the boys
20. Lourdes opened her piggy bank. She counted her money carefully and
went straight to a downtown store. She looked with longing at the bright
sweater on display at the store window.
A. She counted the money and it was enough for the waiter. She bought it.
B. She cried at the shop window.
C. She counted the money and shook her head.
D. She looked at the sweater with regret and returned home.

Directions: Read, passage, and give a possible ending to each.


21. By harming the ocean, people may harm themselves.”Everything on
Earth works together. Tiny plants in the ocean make a lot of oxygen. If we
destroy those plants…
22. It was a stormy weather, and Tim was looking out of the window and…
23. But when the weather was good and he had no work to do, he would…
24. In a few days the sun came out, the sea was calm, and the weather
became warm and fine. Tim…
25. The harbor was alive with action. Ferries carried people back and forth
across the water. Fishing boats headed past the lighthouse toward the deep
sea. A group of children on a sailboat…

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EDELYN M. DAYOT School English Coordinator
Principal I
(References/Source: DepEd Div. of Negros Occ. GRADE V ENRICHED LESSON PLAN &
ENGLISH TEXTBOOKS VI)

Republic of the Philippines


DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Region VI – Western Visayas
Division of Negros Occidental
District of Toboso
LABILABI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
DDC, San Jose, Toboso, Negros Occidental

Grade VI
Second Grading Period
Summative Test No. 5
Dated: ______________________

Table of Specification
NO. NO. OF ITEM
OBJECTIVES OF WEIGH ITEM PLACE
DAYS T MENT
1.Identify the general mood of
selection listened to. 1 20 % 5 1-5
2.Infer the general mood of a 21-25
selection. 1 20 % 5
3.Infer how the story would turn 5 16-20
out if some episodes were 1 20 %
changed.
4.Use the present perfect form of 5 11-15
the verb with for and since. 1 20%
5.Use sentence in active and 1 20% 5 6-10
passive voice
TOTAL 5 100 % 25

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EDELYN M. DAYOT School English Coordinator
Principal I
(References/Source: DepEd Div. of Negros Occ. GRADE V ENRICHED LESSON PLAN &
ENGLISH TEXTBOOKS VI)

Republic of the Philippines


DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Region VI – Western Visayas
Division of Negros Occidental
District of Toboso
LABILABI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
DDC, San Jose, Toboso, Negros OccidentaL
Grade VI
Second Grading Period
Summative Test No. 5
Directions: Listen carefully and identify the general mood of the selections.
Write the letter only.
1. Laughter is in the air. There are colorful balloons everywhere. The
table is set with delicious food. A clown is dancing and making tricks.
A. Festive B. busy C. tense D. tiresome
2. Standing against the wall, Celso looked helplessly at the angry boys
around him. “Coward! Coward!” the boys shouted. They attacked Celso
and he fought back to defend himself.
A. Unhappy B. unfriendly C. unafraid D. unfair
3. Suddenly, the earth shook and the tall buildings started to collapse.
People ran here and there. Everybody was shouting, “Earthquake!
Earthquake!”
A. Excited B. embarrassed C. disappointed D. frightened
4. The tree stood proudly near the riverbank. Small fishes swam freely
down the riverbed. The insects chirped. The air smelled of flowers. The
water rushed to the sea.
A. Serenity B. embarrassed C. disappointed D. frightened
5. The door of the house closed with a bang and the strong wind blew.
Big, black bats flew from nowhere. The dogs howled and the bamboos
squeaked. The lights went out. Footsteps came nearer and nearer.
A. Excited B. delighted C. fearful D. relaxed
Direction: Change these sentences into the passive voice.
6. The community leader schedules monthly meetings.
_________________________________________________________
7. They tackle community problems cooperatively
_________________________________________________________
8. The people in the community recognize Mr. Lopez as their leader.
_________________________________________________________
Directions: Change these sentences into active voice. Focus attention on the
doer of the action.
9. The grade six pupils painted the picket fence beside the rows of
santan.
__________________________________________________________
10. The Rizal Monument in the town plaza was erected by the
townspeople.
__________________________________________________________
Directions: Use the present perfect form of the verb in parenthesis,
then fill the blanks with for and since.
(join) 11. Dinah has_____the Glee Club_____two years now.
(practice) 12. She has_____playing the guitar_____she was five years old.
(plant) 13. The pupils have_____trees____the opening of classes.
(write) 14. Jean has_____her diary_____over a year now.
(play) 15. Michael has_____basketball_____he was in Grade Six.

Directions: Infer how the story would turn out. Write the letter of the correct
answer.
16. The story of “Theodore Three Eyes” ended when his father and Arthur
got into the large boat and were saved. What would happen if Theodore had
no telescope?
A. Arthur and Father will go on fishing.
B. Arthur and Father will go home safe.
C. Arthur and Father will get killed.
D. Arthur and Father will swim back home.
17. The story of Noni and his dog, Nimuk, ended when the coastal patrol saw
the flashing knife and he saved the two out of the iceberg. What would
happen if Noni did not have the knife.
A. Nimuk will make the knife.
B. Noni will swim back to his home and get a helicopter.
C. Noni and Nimuk will die.
D. Noni and Nimuk will attack each other.
18. In the story “snow white and the Seven dwarfs,” the prince kissed Snow
white back to life and they got married. What would happen if the prince did
not kiss Snow white?
A. The queen will kiss Snow white back to life.
B. The Prince will marry the queen.
C. The dwarfs will leave Snow white.
D. Snow white will be dead forever.
19. The life of the boastful shrimp ended when he was pierced by a barbecue
stick and was eaten by his admirers. What happen if he had listened, obeyed
the old shrimp, and had not displayed hiself too much?
A. Other shrimps will be boastful.
B. He will be in the ocean until he is old.
C. The lion will be caught by the hunters.
D. The mouse will run away.
Directions: Infer the mood expressed by the passengers.
21. The stars twinkle brightly in the sky. The trees sway and bend to the
rhythm of the breeze. The crickets hum and the night birds sing. The night
air is cool. What is the general mood of the passage?
A. quiet B. stormy C. windy D. airy
22. He stands alone in the seashore. Looking at the sunset, he wishes to be
home and feel the morning breeze, the sweet smell of flowers in the garden
and the laughter of old friends.
A. joyous B.homesick C. anxious D. silence
23. The boys formed a circle around the campfire. Each was holding a
candle. The scoutmaster stood in the center and led the scout’s oath. What
is the general mood of passage?
A. sad B. solemn C. scary D. showy
24. People were now standing. All eyes were on the ball. The stop watch
sounded just after Michael Jordan threw the ball from the 3-point line. It was
the final chapter. What is the general mood of the selection?
A. peaceful B. determined C. proud D.excited
25. Church bells are ringing. Children’s carol echo on the streets. Bright,
colorful lights twinkle everywhere. Lanterns hang in the windows and doors.
People are busy shopping. What is the general mood of the passage?
A. serious B. jealous C. joyous D. anxious

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EDELYN M. DAYOT School English Coordinator
Principal I
(References/Source: DepEd Div. of Negros Occ. GRADE V ENRICHED LESSON PLAN &
ENGLISH TEXTBOOKS VI)

Republic of the Philippines


DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Region VI – Western Visayas
Division of Negros Occidental
District of Toboso
LABILABI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
DDC, San Jose, Toboso, Negros Occidental

Grade VI
Third Grading Period
Summative Test No. 1
Dated: ______________________

Table of Specification
NO. NO. OF ITEM
OBJECTIVES OF WEIGH ITEM PLACE
DAYS T MENT
1.Distinguish advertisement
from propaganda. 1 20 % 5 16-20

2.Use two-word adjectives. 2 40 % 10 1-10

3.Use adjectives in a series.


1 20 % 5 11-15
4.Give opinions about
information read. 1 20% 5 20-25
TOTAL 5 100 % 25

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EDELYN M. DAYOT School English Coordinator
Principal I
(References/Source: DepEd Div. of Negros Occ. GRADE V ENRICHED LESSON PLAN &
ENGLISH TEXTBOOKS VI)

Republic of the Philippines


DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Region VI – Western Visayas
Division of Negros Occidental
District of Toboso
LABILABI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
DDC, San Jose, Toboso, Negros Occidental

Grade VI
Third Grading Period
Summative Test No. 1
Directions: Choose the correct words or phrases rto complete each
sentence. Write the letter only.
1.The _________bonsai tree attracts buyers in a garden show.
A. ten-years old B. ten-year old
C. ten years old D. ten year old
2. The façade of the __________Maharlika building is newly painted.
A. five-storey B. five storeys
C.five-storey D. five-storeys
3. The ___________building in front of the plaza was converted into a
museum.
A. hundred year old B. hundred-year old
C.hundreds year D. hundred years
4. Engineer Ramos constructed a ___________ apartment for rent.
A. seven-room B. seven room
C. seven-rooms D. seven rooms
5. Shoppers enjoy the ___________ sale offered by Robinson’s Galleria.
A. three-days B. three days
C. three-day D. three day
6. We have seen a ___________ movie about the hurricane.
A. thirty minute B. thirty-minutes
C. thirty-minute D. Thirty minutes
7. Mr. Tan owns a ___________ apartment near the airport.
A. ten unit B. ten-units
C. ten-unit D. ten-units
8. The class wrote a ___________story about the life cycle of a butterfly.
A. five paragraph B. five paragraphs
C. five-paragraph D. five-paragraphs
9. My uncle brought a _________stereo from Saudi Arabia.
A. four-speaker B. four-speakers
C. four speaker D. four-speakers
10. Rona has a collection of _________ coins.
A. one peso B. one pesos
C. one-peso D. one-pesos
11. Those _________crocodile escaped from the crocodile farm in Palawan.
A. slippery, eight, green B. eight, slippery, green
C. green, slippery, eight D. eight, green slippery
12. ___________birds fly in a V-formation.
A. Tiney, twenty-five, black B.Twenty-five, black, tiny
C. Twenty-five, tiny, black D. Tiny-black,twenty-five
13. Joy received ___________hairpins from her aunt.
A. new, several, pink and yellow B.several, new, pink and yellow
C. pink,yellow, several, new D.pink, several, new and yellow
14. The best source of Vitamin A are_________vegetables.
A. green, fresh, yellow and leafy B. leafy green,fresh and yellow
C. yellow and green, fresh and leafy D. fresh, leafy green and yellow
15. The pupils found___________eggs when they explored a cave in Mount
Banahaw.
A. five, big, bluish, round B. five, big, round, bluish
C. big, five, round, bluish D. round, big, blush, five
Directions: Readh each item carefully. Write PRO if it is a propaganda and AD
if it is an advertisement.
16. Come One!Come All!
Avail our “BUY ONE TAKE ONE” Appliances from Japan.
TV, Radio, Cassette, VHS, Wall Clocks
Offer is good while supply lasts.
17. For cleaner and whiter clothes, use the
NEW ADVANCED “WASH GOLD FORMULA
It cleans faster leaving a sweet scent to your clothes.
18. Erase the wrinkles on your face. Get that “forever young look” with a daily
doze of “Honey Drop”
Apply on your face t make it soft, smooth and young looking.
19. Alijis Parish Academy accepts enrollees for SY 2012-2013. Enrollment is
now going on!
Classes offered: Pre-school Complete elementary Secondary
Tel. No. 0918-865-6251
20. Vote Antonio Reyes for President! Man of the Masses, Pro-poor
Directions: Write a paragraph stating your opinion about the item below.
20-25

Rona Mahilum, as young girl, became a heroine overnight. She saved


her two younger brothers from fire that razed their house while their parents
were away.

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Noted by ANA LIZA A. ORTEGA


EDELYN M. DAYOT School English Coordinator
Principal I
(References/Source: DepEd Div. of Negros Occ. GRADE V ENRICHED LESSON PLAN &
ENGLISH TEXTBOOKS VI)

Republic of the Philippines


DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Region VI – Western Visayas
Division of Negros Occidental
District of Toboso
LABILABI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
DDC, San Jose, Toboso, Negros Occidental

Grade VI
Third Grading Period
Summative Test No. 2
Dated: ______________________

Table of Specification
NO. NO. OF ITEM
OF ITEM PLACEMEN
OBJECTIVES WEIGH
DAYS T
T
1. Use Comparative and
superlative forms of 1 25% 6 1-6
adverbs.
2. Use words that can
function as adjectives 1 25% 6 7-12
and adverbs.
3. Determine the purpose
of the author. 1 25 % 6 13-18
4. Identify sufficient
evidence to justify a 1 25% 7 19-25
conclusion or
generalization.
TOTAL 4 100 % 25

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Noted by ANA LIZA A. ORTEGA


EDELYN M. DAYOT School English Coordinator
Principal I
(References/Source: DepEd Div. of Negros Occ. GRADE V ENRICHED LESSON PLAN &
ENGLISH TEXTBOOKS VI)

Republic of the Philippines


DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Region VI – Western Visayas
Division of Negros Occidental
District of Toboso
LABILABI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
DDC, San Jose, Toboso, Negros Occidental

Grade VI
Third Grading Period
Summative Test No. 2
Directions: Choose the correct words or phrases to
complete each sentence sentence. Write the letter only.
1. The king cobra is ___________as the tarantula.
A. As venomous B. most venomous
B. C. least venomous D. best venomous
2. The dog and the wolf are almost alike but the wolf is
_________than the dog.
A. Wild as B. more wild C. most wild D. less
wild
3. Travelling on an airplane is__________than on a ship.
A. Less expensive B.least expensive
C. more expensive D. most expensive
4. Baptisms and wedding are solemn ceremonies. Beatification
of saint is _________ of all.
A. As solemn B. the most solemn

C. the best solemn D. the least solemn


5. Of all the things I received from you, the _________ is love.
A. Good gift B. better gift C. best gift D. most gift
6. Malou is an attractive one. She is the ___beautiful among the
girls.
A. Beautiful B. more beautiful C. more beautiful D. best
beautiful
7. Eduardo plays best in the last quarter of the basketball
game. The underlined word is _________.
A. A noun B. an adverb C. an adjective D. a verb
8. Peter is the best swimmer in school. The underlined word
is_____.
A. An adverb B. a noun C. an adjective D. a verb
9. The pupils worked hard to finish their experiment early. The
underlined word is _________.
A. An adjective B. a noun C. a verb D. an adverb
10.Criminals are given hard punishment to pay for their crimes.
The underlined word is________.
A. a noun B. a verb C. an adverb D. an adjective
11. Sugar is sweet. Rose buds smell sweet. The underlined word
is _______.
A. an adjective B. an adverb C. a noun D. a verb
12. We are glad he is early today.
A. an adverb B. an adjective C. a verb D. a noun
Directions: Read the selections and determine the purpose of the
author. Write the letter only.
13. Air can do many things. It can make kites and airplanes
fly. It can support a balloon. It gives life to plants and
animals.
A. To entertain B. to inform C. to invite D. to
warn
14. Health is wealth. We must keep our body healthy
through a balanced diet, good exercise, enough rest and
clean surroundings.
A. To justify B.to expose C. to remind D. to compare
15. The search for the most clean and green purok is now
open. Those who are interested may get nomination forms
from the DILG office. Big prizes will be given to the winners..
16. Seashells and fish are found to be contaminated with
the red tide. The Department of Health advises the public to
refrain from buying them until further notice.
A. To persuade B.to justify C.to invite D. to
warn
17. We cannot be all doctors. Somebody has to till the soil.
Which one would you like to be? If you want to be
successful, make it happen.
A. A challenge to study B. to give praises
C.to enhance happiness D. to recognize
18.Nature is all around us. It is in the fresh air we breathe, in
the green grass under our feet, and the blue sky above.
A. to explain what nature is
B. Convince the reader of the usefulness of space explorations
C. Inform the reader on kinds and uses of satellites.
Directions: Read each selection then choose the best answer to
the questions that follow. Write the letter only.
The fox and the stork were once good friends. One day the
fox invited the stork to have dinner in his house. At the table,
fox put the soup in a very shallow plate. The fox ate all his soup
easily but the stork could only wet the end of her long bill. So,
she went away as hungry as when she came.
19.Why did stork go home still hungry?
A. She didn’t like the soup prepared by fox.
B. She couldn’t lap the soup in the shallow plate, with her
long bill.
C. The soup was too hot to be eaten soon.
D. Storks do not eat soup, only grains.
20. How did the fox feel when the stork did not eat the soup?
A. He liked it very much.
B. He was so ashamed
C. He felt sad for stork.
D. It was not mentioned in the story.
Bicol region has a cool and rainy climate suitable for growing
abaca and coconut. Pili trees are also plentiful in Bicol. They grow
tall and healthy due to the region’s climate. Pili nuts taste like
almonds and pili nut sweets are sold at a good price. Delicious pili
nuts are the pride of the Bicolanos.
21. Why do pill trees grow plentiful in Bicol?
A. Bicolanos are proud of them.
B. The trees are like almonds.
C. The climate is suitable for growing them.
D. Pili nut sweets are prepared only by Bicolanos.
22. Why are the pili nuts known to be the pride of Bicolanos?
A. Delicious pili nuts come only from Bicol.
B.Pili nuts taste ate like almonds.
C. Pili trees grow only in Bicol.
D. Pili nut sweets are prepared only by Bicolanos.
The desert is a queer place. They are found in places where
there is lack of rain. There is rain for a short time then months of
scorching sun. Only plants like the cactus has thick bodies and
leaves to keep moisture. It has thorns to keep off animals away
from them.
23. What makes the cactus survive in the desert?
A. The rain for a short time.
B. Their thick bodies and leaves.
C. The lack of rain.
D. The thorns of the animals.
24. No matter what kind of weather we have on any particular
day. It never suits everybody. If the sun is shining, the farmers
wish for rain. If it is raining, the mailman is unhappy. If there is no
wind, the owner of a sailboat is likely to be out of sorts.
A. The weather is always with us.
B. The weather pleases everyone.
C. The weather is unpredictable.
D. The weather affects people differently.
25. Students should be allowed to work at a pace consistent with
their ability. The gifted child needs special attention because of
his superior ability. The dull child needs special help in
overcoming his difficulties.
A.`Subject matter and teaching methods must be adapted to the
average child.
B. Subject matter and teaching methods must be adapted to the
individual needs of the child.
C. Dull children should mingle with the gifted ones.
D. Gifted children should help dull children.

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Noted by ANA LIZA A. ORTEGA


EDELYN M. DAYOT School English Coordinator
Principal I
(References/Source: DepEd Div. of Negros Occ. GRADE V ENRICHED LESSON PLAN &
ENGLISH TEXTBOOKS VI)

Republic of the Philippines


DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Region VI – Western Visayas
Division of Negros Occidental
District of Toboso
LABILABI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
DDC, San Jose, Toboso, Negros Occidental

Grade VI
Third Grading Period
Summative Test No. 3
Dated: ______________________

Table of Specification
NO. NO. OF ITEM
OF WEIGH ITEM PLACEMEN
OBJECTIVES DAYS T
T
1. Use card catalogue to
locate information. 1 25% 6 7-12
2. Use atlas,
encyclopedia, 1 25% 6 1-6
almanac and other
general references.
3. Fill up- forms-
Information sheet, 2 50 % 13 13-25
tax certificate, fund
transfer.

TOTAL 4 100 % 25
Prepared by:

Noted by ANA LIZA A. ORTEGA


EDELYN M. DAYOT School English Coordinator
Principal I
(References/Source: DepEd Div. of Negros Occ. GRADE V ENRICHED LESSON PLAN &
ENGLISH TEXTBOOKS VI)

Republic of the Philippines


DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Region VI – Western Visayas
Division of Negros Occidental
District of Toboso
LABILABI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
DDC, San Jose, Toboso, Negros Occidental

Grade VI
Third Grading Period
Summative Test No. 3
Directions: Read each item and choose the best answer.
Write the letter only.
1. The Grade VI class are assigned to make a research on the
latest census of population in the world. What references
will they use?
A. Atlas B. Encyclopedia C. Almanac D.
Dictionary
2. If Diana needs to know about the life of Ludwig Van
Beethoven, What references will she use?
A. Encyclopedia B. Dictionary C. Almanac D.
Dictionary
3. While reading, Debbie meets new words that she could
hardly pronounce and understand. What reference would you
recommend to help her?
A. Almanac B. Encyclopedia C. Atlas D.
Dictionary
4. Each member of the group was assigned to prepare the
geographical map of the countries in Asia. What reference
would be most helpful?
A. Dictionary B. Almanac C. Atlas D.
Encyclopedia
5. Danielle is interested to learn more about the solar system
and the planets. What references will she use?
A. Dictionary B. Encyclopedia C.Almanac D. Atlas
6. Which reference will you use to find information about
atoms?
A. Encyclopedia B. Almanac C. Atlas D.
Dictionary
7. Edwin would like to read other stories written by Dr. Jose P.
Rizal. How will he find them?
A. By using the history books
B. By using the card catalogue
C. By using the dictionary
D. By using encyclopedia
8. The name of the authors is alphabetical in the card
catalogue. Which name is to be considered first in the
arrangement?
A. Surname B. first name C. middle name D. nick
name
9. Celia needs information about herbal medicines. How would
she locate or find the book?
A. By using author index
B. By using the logbook
C. By using the subject index
D. By using the checklist

10. Where can we find the card catalogue for authors and
subjects?
A. In the principal’s office
B. In the school clinic
C. In the school canteen
D. In the school library
11. What is in the card catalogue?
A. Author’s name
B. Title of the book
C. Description of the book
D. All of the above
12. How are the cards arranged? In ______________________.
A. chronological order
B. numerical order
C. alphabetical order
Directions: Fill up the data in the following information sheet.
(13-25)
Information Sheet:
Name:__________________________________ Sex:____________
Address:_______________________________ __ Age:___________
Date of Birth:____________________________ Civil Status:______
Place of Birth:___________________________
Occupation:____________
Citizenship:____________________________
Name of Parents:
Mother’s name:_________________________Occupation:_____________
Father’s name:_________________________ Occupation:_____________

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Noted by ANA LIZA A. ORTEGA


EDELYN M. DAYOT School English Coordinator
Principal I
(References/Source: DepEd Div. of Negros Occ. GRADE V ENRICHED LESSON PLAN &
ENGLISH TEXTBOOKS VI)

Republic of the Philippines


DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Region VI – Western Visayas
Division of Negros Occidental
District of Toboso
LABILABI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
DDC, San Jose, Toboso, Negros Occidental

Grade VI
Third Grading Period
Summative Test No. 4
Dated: ______________________

Table of Specification
NO. NO. OF ITEM
OF WEIGH ITEM PLACEMEN
OBJECTIVES DAYS T
T

1. Use prepositions. 1 20% 5 1-5


2. Use prepositional
phrases. 1 20% 5 6-10

3. Use direct and


indirect discourse. 1 20 % 5 11-15
4. Identify and locate
parts of a newspaper. 2 40% 10 16-25

TOTAL 5 100 % 25

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Noted by ANA LIZA A. ORTEGA


EDELYN M. DAYOT School English Coordinator
Principal I
(References/Source: DepEd Div. of Negros Occ. GRADE V ENRICHED LESSON PLAN &
ENGLISH TEXTBOOKS VI)

Republic of the Philippines


DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Region VI – Western Visayas
Division of Negros Occidental
District of Toboso
LABILABI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
DDC, San Jose, Toboso, Negros Occidental
DDC, San Jose, Toboso, Negros Occidental

Grade VI
Third Grading Period
Summative Test No. 4
Directions: Write the correct preposition on the blank.
Choose from the words listed below.

Below above beside between among

1. Mother divided the cake_________her two sons.


2. Mr. Tan sat_________the driver of the bus.
3. The cash prize was divided _________the participants.
4. Amy cried because she got low in Math. Her score is
_________the passing mark.
5. The temperature rises__________sea level.

Directions: Choose the correct prepositional phrase to


complete the sentence. Write the letter only.

A. Across D. under
B. Above E. between
C. Against F. below
6. The cat is sleeping _________the bench.
7. A pole is leaning _________the building.
8. Birds are flying_________the trees.
9. The dog is lying___________the legs of the table.
10. The lady walks gracefully_________the room.

Directions: Read the sentences and change them to indirect


discourse. Choose from the given answers and write the letter
only.
11. The teacher said, “Do you like ice-cream?”
A. The teacher asked,”Do you like ice-cream?”
B. The teacher asked if you like ice-cream.
C. The teacher asked If I like ice-cream.
D. The teacher asked if they like ice-cream.
12. “Maria, did you see our play?” asked Mrs. Ortiz.
A. Mrs. Ortiz asked if Maria did see our play.
B. Mrs. Ortiz asked if Maria saw our play.
C. Mrs. Ortiz asked if Maria saw their play.
D. Mrs. Ortiz asked Maria if she saw their play.
13. “My hair looks nice, “says Gloria.
A. Gloria said that her hair looks nice.
B. Gloria said that my hair looks nice.
C. Gloria said if my hair looks nice.
D. Gloria said if my hair is nice.
14. The principal said, “Rosy worked well.”
A. The principal said that Rosy worked well.
B. The principal said that Rosy works well.
C. The principal said that Rosy would work well.
D. The principal said that Rosy you worked well.
15. “I love Sandara,”says Joseph.
A. Joseph says that he love Sandara.
B. Joseph said that he loved Sandara.
C. Joseph said that he loved Sandara.
D.Joseph says that he loves Sandara.

Directions: Read the passages and identify the part of the newspaper
that it describes. Choose from the answers inside the box.

Headline Editorial Local news


Foreign News Advertisements Sports
Business Entertainment Obituary
General news Cinema page Comics page

16. P20-M Food processing plant eyed.


17. Tanpinco, Piccio competing in Southern Ladies Open.
18. In the meantime, it is hoped that this case will result in the
improvement of training nurses. Results of the latest nursing
examination seem to be in a decline.
19. Vicente T Ong Kue
July 27, 1909-January 30, 2006 at the age of 97.
20. Sandara to be paired with Joseph in a new movie, “Ikaw
Lamang”.
21. Famous Pianist at Cultural Center Tonight
22. Superman is shown in Rizal Theater today.
23. RP Swimmers win 3 Medals in Singapore Meet
24. Now Showing: The Diary of Anne Frank
25. Coconut Seedlings for Sale.

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Noted by ANA LIZA A. ORTEGA


EDELYN M. DAYOT School English Coordinator
Principal I
(References/Source: DepEd Div. of Negros Occ. GRADE V ENRICHED LESSON PLAN &
ENGLISH TEXTBOOKS VI)
Republic of the Philippines
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Region VI – Western Visayas
Division of Negros Occidental
District of Toboso
LABILABI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
DDC, San Jose, Toboso, Negros Occidental

Grade VI
Third Grading Period
Summative Test No. 5
Dated: ______________________

Table of Specification
NO. NO. OF ITEM
OF ITEM PLACEMEN
OBJECTIVES WEIGH
DAYS T
T
1. Decode meaning of
unfamiliar words 1 33% 8 1-8
using the
dictionary.
2. Infer alternative
actions taken by 1 33% 8 9-16
characters.
3. Write a model
composition about 1 34% 9 17-25
one’s
feelings/reactions
using the correct form
of the verb.

TOTAL 3 100 % 25

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Noted by ANA LIZA A. ORTEGA


EDELYN M. DAYOT School English Coordinator
Principal I
(References/Source: DepEd Div. of Negros Occ. GRADE V ENRICHED LESSON PLAN &
ENGLISH TEXTBOOKS VI)
Republic of the Philippines
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Region VI – Western Visayas
Division of Negros Occidental
District of Toboso
LABILABI ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL
DDC, San Jose, Toboso, Negros Occidental

Grade VI
Third Grading Period
Summative Test No. 5
Directions: Study the dictionary page, then answer the
questions that follow.

fib (fib), 1 a lie about some small matter. 2. Tell such a lie, 1 noun, 2
verb,
Fibbed, fib bing.
fi ber (fi’ber), 1 thread; threadlike part. A muscle is made up of many
Fibers. 2 substance made up of threads or threadlike part; Hemp
fiber
Can be spun or woven, 3 any part of food that cannot be digested
and so speeds the movement of food and waste products through
the intestines. The cellulose in vegetables is fiber. 4 character;
nature; A
Person of strong moral fiber can resist temptation, noun.
fick le (fik’el), changing; not constant; likely to change without
reason; a
a fickle friend, adjective.
fic tion (fik’shen), 1 story that is not fact. Short stories and novels
are fiction.
“Robinson Crusoe” is fiction. 2 something made up: She
exaggerates
Her experiences so much that it is hard to separate fact from
fiction.
2 something made up: she exaggerates her experiences so much
that it is hard to separate fact from fiction. Noun.
fidg et (fij’it), move about restlessly: Children sometimes fidget if
they have to sit still too long. Verb.
1. What does being fickle mean?
2. What does fiber mean in a character?
3. What fiber is being called as a substance?
4. What kind of fiber that can be spun or woven?
5. If you fidget in a chair, do you eat dinner or move about
restlessly?
6. Is a fib something you eat as a snack?
7. What is the correct spelling of fib if it is a past form of the verb?
8. What does fiction mean?
Directions: Read the passage. Infer the alternative action
taken by the character. Write the letter only.
9. My friends and I went to a kite tournament. We saw many colorful
kites there. Roger drew two dragons on his kite. He gave the kite
a long tall with scales on it.
A. Roger will go home.
B. The kite will fall from the sky.
C. He will fly the kite.
10. Lea and Seth were playing in a large grass field near a flowing
river. Suddenly there was a loud roar. The earth started to shake. An
object landed near the river.
A.Lea and Seth will run away.
B. They will go and see the object that landed.
C. It will rain.
11. Stacey read a book about elections. Occasionally she came across
a word she did not know. Stacey would figure out the meaning of the
word.
A. Stacey used other words in the sentence to get the meaning of the
word.
B. Consult a dictionary.
C. Never bother with the meaning of the word.
12. Arvin decided to get rid of his old dog Brownie. He decided to lose
Brownie in an islet, a thirty-minute boat ride. As he and Brownie
crossed the river, he accidentally slipped his feet and fell overboard.
Brownie swam swiftly toward his master, pulling him safely to the
riverbank.
A. Arvin should get rid of Brownie.
B. Arvin should not get rid of Brownie.
C. Arvin should allow Brownie to stay on the islet.
13. Mang Carding harvested some tomatoes from his garden and
decided to sell them in the market the next day. Some neighbors would
like to buy some, but Mang Carding would not let them because of the
small amount he would get. The next day, he found that most of the
tomatoes were gone eaten by rats.
A. Mang Carding should have gone to market after he harvested the
tomatoes.
B. Mang Carding should have shared some tomatoes to his neighbors.
C. Mang Carding should have given his neighbors the tomatoes at a
market price.
14. Don Manolo was very rich but wasteful. He wasted his money on
food, drinks and women until one day he became penniless.
15. Joab was a helpful man concerned of others’ needs. Everytime
people came; he would give help asking for nothing in return.
16. Mang Tomas has lived in the mountain since childhood. He became
worried when the people in the neighboring place began to cut trees
until very few trees remained.
Choices for Item no. 14.-15. & 16.
A. He should have helped the people to find ways and means to
support themselves.
B. He should have told the people to earn a living by working.
C. He should have spent his money within reason or have it saved
for the future.
D. He should have told his neighbors not to cut trees or they should
have replanted them.
Directions: Write a composition about the TV series!
Express feelings or reactions about the TV series.
17-19 (3 points) “Dream Dad”
20-22 ( 3points) “Forevermore “
23-25 (3 points) “Flordeliza”

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Noted by ANA LIZA A. ORTEGA


EDELYN M. DAYOT School English Coordinator
Principal I
(References/Source: DepEd Div. of Negros Occ. GRADE V ENRICHED LESSON PLAN &
ENGLISH TEXTBOOKS VI)

Republic of the Philippines


DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Region VI – Western Visayas
Division of Negros Occidental
District of Toboso
LABILABI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
DDC, San Jose, Toboso, Negros Occidental

Grade VI
Fourth Grading Period
Summative Test No. 1
Dated: ______________________

Table of Specification
NO. NO. OF ITEM
OF WEIGH ITEM PLACEMEN
OBJECTIVES DAYS T
T
1. Change statements,
questions, requests, 2 40% 10 1-10
and commands to
reported statements.
2. Reconstruct a
dictated text by 1 20% 5 11-15
taking down
important notes.
3. Follow a series of
directions-in 1 20% 5 16-20
experiments, in
prescriptions, in
cooking.
4. Follow a series of
directions in the use 1 20% 5 21-25
of household
gadgets/equipments.

TOTAL 5 100 % 25

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Noted by ANA LIZA A. ORTEGA


EDELYN M. DAYOT School English Coordinator
Principal I
(References/Source: DepEd Div. of Negros Occ. GRADE V ENRICHED LESSON PLAN &
ENGLISH TEXTBOOKS VI)
Republic of the Philippines
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Region VI – Western Visayas
Division of Negros Occidental
District of Toboso
LABILABI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
DDC, San Jose, Toboso, Negros Occidental

Grade VI
Fourth Grading Period
Summative Test No. 1
Directions: Rewrite the following sentences into reported
sentences.

1. April said, “Planting trees is a lot of fun.”


2. Nekki said, ”Dynamite fishing is illegal.”
3. Rose Ann said,”Illegal logging is punishable by law.”
4. Edna asked,”What is ghostfishing?”
5. Martin asked,”Can we help preserve our natural resources?”
6. Patty asked,”Do you campaign for clean-up drive?”
7. Miss Anne told the pupils, “Submit your project on time.”
8. Mark said,”Angel, please pass quietly along the corridor.”
9. Krstyl:”Maddy, please lend me your pencil.”
10.Jezryl:”Grace, record all absences.

Directions:Listen to the teacher. Take down at least four


important details. Write one sentence using details
noted. (5 points)
11-15. Cricket is an exciting team sport popular in England,
Australia, and several other countries. This game is similar to
baseball in that one-player throws a ball to a batsman on the
opposing team. The object of the game is for the batsman to hit
the ball with a bat and score runs. The team scoring more runs
wins.

Directions: The procedure in cooking fried egg(Sunny


Side-up) .
16-20 (5 points)
“Sunny Side-up Ingredients”
1 egg
3-tablespoon cooking oil
Pinch of salt

Complete the following procedure.


1. Heat the frying pan on fire.
2. Put the 3-tablespoon cooking oil.
3. Break the _______________________.
4. Put it on the _____________________.
5. Put the pinch of _________________.
6. Get the fried egg from the________.
7. Put it on a ___________ for eating.
Directions: Read and follow the series of directions. (5 points)
21. Write your complete name.
22. Draw a circle around your first name.
23. Draw a rectangle around your surname.
24. If your name begins with a vowel, put a check below it.
25. If your name begins with a consonant.

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Noted by ANA LIZA A. ORTEGA


EDELYN M. DAYOT School English Coordinator
Principal I
(References/Source: DepEd Div. of Negros Occ. GRADE V ENRICHED LESSON PLAN &
ENGLISH TEXTBOOKS VI)
Republic of the Philippines
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Region VI – Western Visayas
Division of Negros Occidental
District of Toboso
LABILABI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
DDC, San Jose, Toboso, Negros Occidental

Grade VI
Fourth Grading Period
Summative Test No. 2
Dated: ______________________

Table of Specification
NO. NO. OF ITEM
OF WEIGH ITEM PLACEMEN
OBJECTIVES DAYS T
T
1. Respond by writing
based on stimuli, 2 50 % 12 1-12
triggers,
directions,/Instruction
s.
2. Write reports from
writing models, home 2 50 % 13 13-25
reading reports

TOTAL 4 100 % 25

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Noted by ANA LIZA A. ORTEGA


EDELYN M. DAYOT School English Coordinator
Principal I
(References/Source: DepEd Div. of Negros Occ. GRADE V ENRICHED LESSON PLAN &
ENGLISH TEXTBOOKS VI)

Republic of the Philippines


DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Region VI – Western Visayas
Division of Negros Occidental
District of Toboso
LABILABI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
DDC, San Jose, Toboso, Negros Occidental

Grade VI
Fourth Grading Period
Summative Test No. 2
Directions: A stranger comes to your school. He would like to know
where the barangay hall is. Write down the directions that he has to
follow to reach the market.
1-6 (6 points)

Directions: You may know how to use a tool, a piece of equipment or


an appliance at home or in school. Write down the instructions how to
operate it. Use the necessary expressions.
7-12 (6 points)

Directions: Read Maria’s book report. Check her work against the
checklist. Read it again. Help revise her work. This time check errors in
spelling, punctuation, capitalization if there are any.
13-25 (13 points)
A home reading report has these features:
1. It gives the title, the author, and the main character.
2. It describes the time, the place, or the setting of the story.
3. It tells the main events in the story, or the plot, without giving away
the ending.
4. It provides comments about the book.
Book Title: “Something Queer on Vacation”
Author: Elizabeth Levy
Characters/Setting: Jill and Gwen on the beach.

Brief Summary:
During their sumer bacation, Jill and Gwen build sand castles on the
beach. They are practicing for the July fourth sandcastles contest. Someone
kiips knocking over their sandcastles.
But Gwen and Jill find flipper prints on the sand. With this clue, the
girls try to solve the mystery on their own.

Comments:
I like the book becouse Jill and Gwen are like real detectives. They
followeyd the clues. Anyone who likes to solve mysteries will love this book.
Prepared by:

Noted by ANA LIZA A. ORTEGA


EDELYN M. DAYOT School English Coordinator
Principal I
(References/Source: DepEd Div. of Negros Occ. GRADE V ENRICHED LESSON PLAN & ENGLISH TEXTBOOKS VI

Republic of the Philippines


DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Region VI – Western Visayas
Division of Negros Occidental
District of Toboso
LABILABI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
DDC, San Jose, Toboso, Negros Occidental

Grade VI
Fourth Grading Period
Summative Test No. 3
Dated: ______________________

Table of Specification
NO. NO. OF ITEM
OF ITEM PLACEMEN
OBJECTIVES WEIGH
DAYS T
T
1. Give other events
that could happen 1 33 % 8 1-8
next.
2. Draw pictures of
incidents/characters 1 33 % 8 9-16
that are possible
3. Write an outline of a
story read. 1 34 % 9 17-25

TOTAL 3 100 % 25

Prepared by:

Noted by ANA LIZA A. ORTEGA


EDELYN M. DAYOT School English Coordinator
Principal I
(References/Source: DepEd Div. of Negros Occ. GRADE V ENRICHED LESSON PLAN &
ENGLISH TEXTBOOKS VI)

Republic of the Philippines


DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Region VI – Western Visayas
Division of Negros Occidental
District of Toboso
LABILABI ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL
DDC, San Jose, Toboso, Negros Occidental

Grade VI
Fourth Grading Period
Summative Test No. 3
Directions: Give the events that could happen next. Write
your answer in complete sentence.
1. The egg hatched. A caterpillar went out. After a few days, it
enters into a cocoon. What will happen to the caterpillar in
another few days?
2. The bird builds a nest. Then it lays eggs. It sat on the eggs
for weeks. What will happen to the eggs?
3. Cora planted seeds in a pot. She waters it and puts it under
the shade. What will happen next?
4. Alma paid 50 pesos for a kilo of carrots. The vendor gave
her an extra change. What do you think will Alma do?
5. What do you think happen next if you donot answer your
assignment?
Mang Jose was helping the driver load baskets of fruits
and vegetables in a jeep. His neighbor, Mang Jose laughed
and looked at Mang Ambo “That’s true, Ambo,”Mang Jose
answered. “But it is well earned money. You can see how my
family and I work from morning till late in the afternoon.
“I understand,”Mang Ambo said nodding his head. “We are
just beginning to plant now.”
6. Do you think Mang Jose will give Mang Ambo some pointers
on how to raise fruits and vegetables? Why?Why not?
7. What do you think will happen to Mang Ambo if he will
continue his project?
8. Do you think Mang Ambo will also harvest plenty of fruits
and vegetables like Mang Jose? Why? Why not?
Directions: Read the story and draw pictures of incident
that are possible to happen.
9-11(3 points)
On hot day, the cow and the carabao decided to swim in a
mud hole. All of a sudden their master Engko Barong appeared.
On their haste, the cow put on the the carabao’s hide and
the carabao put on the cow’s hide.
What do you think happened next?

12-14(3 points)
The little bird beat its wings faster and faster. But the sky
was so big and the wind was so strong that the little bird grew
tired. It flew down to a tree to rest.
The wind shook the tree’s leafy branches and went on.
“I will go with the wind, “said the cloud. “I have no string to
hold me and I have no wings to grow tired. I will journey across
the great sky.”
What will happen to cloud?
Draw what will happen next.

15-16(2 points)
The white sail blew in the wind, and the boat floated over the
white capped waves past fishing boats and lighthouses. But it
came to the land before it came to the end of the wind.
“I will stop the wind,” said the gruff old mountain. “ I stand
so high over the land that the wind will have to stop”
But the wind blew higher and higher, up the side of the
mountain, get over the top of the topmost rock on the top of the
mountain. Then it hurried down through the woods on the other
side.
And nothing could stop the wind.
Who could stop the wind? What can reach the end of the wind?
Directions: Read the paragraph. Write an outline how to play Cricket.
Cricket is played on a large, oval-shaped field. IN the center
of the field, two crickets ,consisting of three short stumps with
two balls (sticks) across the tops, are set up twenty-two feet (6.7
m) apart. The bowler, or player who throws the ball, stands
behind one wicket and overhandedly “bowls” the ball toward the
opposite wicket, trying to knock off one of the balls. However,
batsman of the opposing team stands near the wicket and tries
not only to defend it, but also to hit the ball. If the batsman hits
the ball, he and a companion batsman, who is positioned near the
wicket where the bowler stood, try to score runs. They score runs
by running to the opposite wickets before a member of the
fielding team, which has eleven players throws the ball and
knocks off a ball. The batsmen score a run each time they both
safely reach the opposite wicket. As many as six runs may be
scored from one hit. This bowling, batting and scoring process
continues until men on the batting team made an “out.” Then the
teams switch positions when both teams have made ten outs, one
innings in length often last several days with some players at bat
for many hours.
17-19(3 points)
How to play
A. ______________________________________________________
B. ______________________________________________________
C. ______________________________________________________
D. ______________________________________________________

Directions: Complete the outline below.


The library is full of many reading materials. These can be
books, magazines, clippings and other references. One can
make use of different resources in the library if he knows how
to look for them.
Learning how to use the card catalog helps a lot. The card
catalog is found in one corner of the library. It is made of small
cabinets with many drawers. In modern libraries, the card
catalog is no longer found in cabinets but in a computer.
Anybody who needs a resource material looks for it through the
user-friendly computer.
20-25(6 points)
I. ______________________________________________
A._______________________________________________
B._______________________________________________
C._______________________________________________
II. _________________________________________________
A._______________________________________________
B._______________________________________________
C._______________________________________________

Prepared by:

Noted by ANA LIZA A. ORTEGA


EDELYN M. DAYOT School English Coordinator
Principal I
(References/Source: DepEd Div. of Negros Occ. GRADE V ENRICHED LESSON PLAN &
ENGLISH TEXTBOOKS VI)

Republic of the Philippines


DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Region VI – Western Visayas
Division of Negros Occidental
District of Toboso
LABILABI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
DDC, San Jose, Toboso, Negros OccidentaL

Grade VI
Fourth Grading Period
Summative Test No. 4
Dated: ______________________

Table of Specification
NO. NO. OF ITEM
OF ITEM PLACEMEN
OBJECTIVES WEIGH
DAYS T
T
1. Identifying rhyming
words and 1 25 % 6 1-6
alliterations.
2. Get information by
skimming and 2 50 % 13 7-19
scanning.
3. Use the dictionary to
get the syllabication 1 25 % 6 20-25
of words.

TOTAL 4 100 % 25
Prepared by:

Noted by ANA LIZA A. ORTEGA


EDELYN M. DAYOT School English Coordinator
Principal I
(References/Source: DepEd Div. of Negros Occ. GRADE V ENRICHED LESSON PLAN &
ENGLISH TEXTBOOKS VI)

Republic of the Philippines


DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Region VI – Western Visayas
Division of Negros Occidental
District of Toboso
LABILABI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
DDC, San Jose, Toboso, Negros Occidental

Grade VI
Fourth Grading Period
Summative Test No. 4
Directions: Read the poem. Answer the questions below.

Dear old grandpa sits on a stair


Grumpy grandma sits on a chair
Culling and combing her long curly hair.

1-3. What rhyming words?


4-6. What words are alliterations.
Directions: Skim or scan the articles below. Answer the questions
that follow.
Better English,
Better Job
Opportunities

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Beijing_ A Chinese woman infected with bird flu has died, the World Health
Organization (WHO) said on Wednesday, and Indonesia treated a chicken
seller suspected of contracting the virus. The victim, a 29-year old woman
surnamed Cao, was the seventh person to die from bird-flu in China since
November. The WHO said the woman died on Monday after falling ill with a
fever on Jan. 12. Bird flu has killed at least 83 people since it reemerged in
late 2003, WHO said.

Reuters
Astronomer find planet
NEW YORK- Astronomers say they are found what may be the smallest and
most distant planet known to be orbiting a star outside our own solar system.
The discovery suggests that such small rocky or icy planets may be more
common in the cosmos than Jupiter-sized gas giant planets, researchers said.
It also indicates the power of a relatively new method of finding such
“exoplanets discovered so far around distant stars are larger than Earth. The
newly found planet is about 5.5 times the mass of the Earth, making it much
smaller than most of the 160 previous exoplanets discoveries. AP
Source: Phil. Daily Inquirer
January 15, 2006
January 27, 2006

7-8. How many people died of bird flu since 2003?


9-10. Who was the seventh person to die of bird flu n China?
11-12. What race of a woman infected with bird flu?
13-14. How big is the newly found planet?
15-16. Who discovered the “exoplanet?”
17-18. When will the English Proficiency class starts?
19.What website you can open for speech power?
Directions: Copy the correct syllabication of the following
words in the dictionary.
20. elementary
21. necessary
22. amiable
23. children
24. occupation
25. wonderful

Prepared by:

Noted by ANA LIZA A. ORTEGA


EDELYN M. DAYOT School English Coordinator
Principal I
(References/Source: DepEd Div. of Negros Occ. GRADE V ENRICHED LESSON PLAN &
ENGLISH TEXTBOOKS VI)
Republic of the Philippines
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Region VI – Western Visayas
Division of Negros Occidental
District of Toboso
LABILABI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
DDC, San Jose, Toboso, Negros Occidental

Grade VI
Fourth Grading Period
Summative Test No. 5
Dated: ______________________

Table of Specification
NO. NO. OF ITEM
OF WEIGH ITEM PLACEMEN
OBJECTIVES DAYS T
T
1.Get information about a
word in a dictionary. 1 20 % 5 1-5
2.Talk about topics of
interest from 9-10 2 40% 10 6-15
sentences.
3.Write about topics of
interest from 9 to 10 2 40% 10 16-25
sentences.

TOTAL 5 100 % 25

Prepared by:

Noted by ANA LIZA A. ORTEGA


EDELYN M. DAYOT School English Coordinator
Principal I
(References/Source: DepEd Div. of Negros Occ. GRADE V ENRICHED LESSON PLAN &
ENGLISH TEXTBOOKS VI)
Republic of the Philippines
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Region VI – Western Visayas
Division of Negros Occidental
District of Toboso
LABILABI ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL
DDC, San Jose, Toboso, Negros Occidental

Grade VI
Fourth Grading Period
Summative Test No. 5
Directions: Study entries below. Answer the questions.
man-u-fac-ture(man-ya-fak-cher) n. making goods either by
hand or
(esp. mass-production; anything producted from raw
materials:
v.t. to make from raw materials; to fabricate; v.t. to be
engaged in manufacture.
manufactory n. a factory.-n. [L.manus, the hand; facere, to
make].
man-u-mit(man-ya-mit)v.t. to give freedom to a slave; to
emancipate.
Pr.p –ting.pa.p.’tere, to send from one’s hand]
ma-nure (ma-noor’) v.t. to enrich soil with fertilizer; n. animal
excrement used as fertilizer[contr. Of Fr. Manoeuver; to work
with the hands].
man-u-script(man’ya’skript) a. written, or typed, by hand; n. a
book
Written by hand; an author’s script or typewritten copy for
perusal
By publisher[L. manus, hand; scriber, scriptum, to write].
1. What part of speech is the word manufacture?
2.Write the pronunciation of the word manufacture?
3.What is the meaning of manure when used as a verb?
4. How many syllables has the word manuscript have?
5. What is the origin of the word manuscript?
Directions: Talk about your ambition in 9-10 sentences
6-15 (10 points)
Directions: Write about your unforgettable experience in
9-10 sentences.
16-25(10 points)

Prepared by:

Noted by ANA LIZA A. ORTEGA


EDELYN M. DAYOT School English Coordinator
Principal I
(References/Source: DepEd Div. of Negros Occ. GRADE V ENRICHED LESSON PLAN &
ENGLISH TEXTBOOKS VI)