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Name:______________________________________ Mark: _____________

Grade / Section: __________________________________ Date: _____________


A.Y. 2018-2019
By: Miss Nina Ara Marie P. Anonuevo

I. Fill in the blanks.

Marian Learning Center and Science High School Inc. is an (1)_____________
guided by the virtues exemplified by the (2) __________________________,its patroness.
Trained in (3) ____________________, we envision our students to become
academically good, well disciplined, well-rounded and (4) __________________________
and fellowmen.

Marian Learning Center and Science High School Inc. seeks to become a center
for (5) __________________________ committed to providing quality education to
students through its programs and instructions. We prepare our students to be (6)
__________________________ so that they become active participants in the
development of their community, country and the (7) __________________________.

(8) __________________________
(9) __________________________
(10) __________________________

II. Read each item carefully. Write the letter of the best answer on the line.
_____________11. Which statement is the best argument that the family is the foundation of all
human relationships?
A. The family is the basic unit of society.
B. Morals are the first learned in the family.
C. The family is the root of our relationships with others.
D. Relationships are natural and the family is natural institution.
_____________12. How does the family show that is a natural institution for training in loving others?
A. The family is the first significant influence for a child.
B. The parents are the first teachers of love for their children.
C. It is natural for the family members to love each other.
D. A family is formed out of love of father and mother.
_____________13. What is the ultimate reason for considering the family as natural institution?
A. The difference between male and female makes a natural partnership.
B. The family is coming from nature itself.
C. It comes from marriage, a natural institution.
D. The family is the fundamental social unit inscribed in human nature.
_____________14. Which of the following human situations is considered by Saint John Paul II as a
fundamental test of basic human relationships?
A. Marital or conjugal relationships
B. Concern for the unborn child up to its growing years
C. Teenage life up to young adult life
D. Early family of mother and father
_____________15. A family is “open to life,” happy to welcome a new member, a fruit of the unselfish
love between father and mother. Which concept of family is relevant in this situation?
A. Family as community of persons
B. Family as a basic social unit
C. Family as a community of life and love
D. Family as the foundation of a nation
_____________16. Which one of these examples is not helpful in preserving family unit?
A. A kanya-kanya attitude
B. A spirit of sacrifice
C. A desire to understand more than to be understood
D. An attitude of forgiveness and forbearance
_____________17. What is the term given to the long process of learning beliefs, values, norms,
behavior of the family and society?
A. Enculturation
B. Faith sharing
C. Socialization
D. Communication
_____________18. Why do parents have the primary and inalienable right and duty to educate their
A. Society and government do not prioritize education.
B. Parents and family are the first educators of children.
C. Education is a personal right more than it is a social right.
D. The right to educate is related to the right of the couple to beget children.
_____________19. The Filipino family has a propensity for indirect communication, or ______.
A. Paggalang
B. Pakikiramdam
C. Pagbabahala
D. Pagbabalikatan
_____________20. How can parents best form their children in the faith?
A. Send children to Catholic schools.
B. Witness to their faith/ religious belief and practice.
C. Teach children prayers while young.
D. Attend to Church services regularly.
_____________21. Which statements explains best the symbiotic relationships between family and
A. It is in the family that we first learn the values of love, cooperation, and faith.
B. Family and society need each other to continue in meaningful existence.
C. Society depends on families for its existence.
D. Family needs society to fulfill its goals.
_____________22. Which documents describes the family as the “foundation of the nation”?
A. United Nations Declaration of Human Rights
B. Familiaris Consortio
C. Philippine Constitution
D. Family Code
_____________23. Which characteristic does not describe a nuclear family?
A. The family of orientation is merged with the family of procreation.
B. From the basic family unit, all other forms evolve.
C. It is composed of father, mother, and the children.
D. It is considered as the core family and is generally accepted as universal.
_____________24. Which of these is basic to the development of our self-worth?
A. An experience of achievement
B. Self-acceptance
C. A natural healthy, loving family
D. Acceptance from close friends
_____________25. How important is effective communication skills in the family?
A. Communication is means of nurturing good and healthy family relationships.
B. Communication builds connections with other to satisfy our social needs.
C. Good communication skills can be learned and practiced.
D. Communication enables us to understand and be understood
_____________26. Why is social involvement relevant to the family?
A. Society and family are interdependent
B. Family has an important role in nation-building
C. Society has always helped the family
D. Majority of our people are marginalized
_____________27. Which level of communication refers to intimate, deep, and personal
A. Level 5- Gut-Level Sharing
B. Level 4 –Sharing of Feelings
C. Level 3 – Sharing of Ideas
D. Level 2 – Sharing of Information
_____________28. Which does not help children cope with the problem of absentee parents?
A. Achieve an open communication via the use of technology.
B. Blame all those that are concerned with problem.
C. Have positive goals to achieve.
D. Surround yourself with good friends.
_____________29. Which one is not helpful in developing healthy communication in the family?
A. Let the family members guess what you are feeling.
B. Be sensitive to nonverbal cues.
C. Look at the eyes when talking to parents.
D. Do not talk too much. Instead, listen more.
_____________30. Considering the role of the family in society, what must society do to transform
A. Change its Constitution, making it more responsive to the needs of society.
B. Run after erring government officials.
C. Strengthen the moral foundation of the family.
D. Encourage families to participate in ways that will improve society.
_____________31. Which level is limited to “Hi, Hello, Kamusta, pare…mare…’?
A. Level of acquaintance
B. Sharing of information
C. Sharing of ideas
D. Sharing of feelings
_____________32. This can become the beginning of solid communication; still stays on ideas, and
the content is primarily cognitive or head-level.
A. Level of acquaintance
B. Sharing of information
C. Sharing of ideas
D. Sharing of feelings
_____________33. It is the stage in pre-conversation when we are in a lot of stress or we are being
too emotional, it is wise to calm down for a while because this emotional climate can make
A. Cool off
B. Know what is important to you
C. Know what is important to other
D. Listen actively
_____________34. This is an affirmation, a compliment, and an acknowledgement of another’s
A. I admit that I was wrong.
B. You did a great job.
C. What do you think?
D. Could you please…
_____________35. It feels good to be trusted to give an opinion on a particular matter.
A. I admit that I was wrong.
B. You did a great job.
C. What do you think?
D. Could you please…
_____________36. These two words are very pleasing to the ears because others acknowledge
the good we have done for them.
A. True freedom
B. Cool off
C. Thank you
D. Express views
_____________37. What is the least important word?
A. Could you please..
B. Thank you.
C. We
D. I
_____________38. The following communication is under of pre-conversation except
A. Cool off
B. Know what is important to you
C. Know what is important to the other
D. Reflect instead of react
_____________39. What is the basis of morals in the society?
A. Faith in the family
B. Love in the family
C. Hope in the family
D. Communication in the family
_____________40. It defines what a person is, someone who has integrity who does the right thing
even if no one is watching, and even if he or she is the only one doing it.
A. Knowledge
B. Wisdom
C. Character
D. Worship
III. There are three essential dimensions of faith- act of believing, act of doing, and act
of entrusting/worshipping. Identify the particular dimension of faith in each example
below. On the line, write:
AB – for act of believing
AD – for act of doing
EW – for act of entrusting/worshipping
_____________41. Sharing foods with your hungry classmate
_____________42. Praying for your sick brother
_____________43. Forgiving your offender
_____________44. Reading the Bible and accepting Jesus teachings
_____________45. Allowing God to take charge of your life
_____________46. Visiting the prisoners and telling them of God’s love
_____________47. Reciting with conviction the Apostle’s Creed
_____________48. Showing mercy to your younger sibling
_____________49. Surrendering your will to God
_____________50. Giving clothes to the poor

IV. Jesus teaches us that loving our brethren especially the less privileged is a clear
manifestation of our love for Him. How will you show you faith and love for Jesus in
the following situations? Explain your answer in three sentences.

51- 53 Your poor relatives in the province lost whatever little they have due to typhoon Yolonda that
hit their small town. They lost their home, their clothes, and more so, they do not have food to eat.

54 – 56 You have dresses and shoes that no longer fit you. Yet due to sentimental reasons, you
cannot seem to give them away. It so happened that a large area of a nearby barangay was gutted by
fire and most of the residents were not able to save anything.
57 – 59 Your parish has a weekly feeding program that benefits street children and families who dwell
in makeshift carts. The program usually start at 7 o’clock in the morning every Saturday, your only
day of staying late in bed.

60. In one sentence make your own definition of family.