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Phil-IRI Form 1 – Pretest Name: _______________________________ Grade and Section: __________ GRADE LEVEL PASSAGE RATING SHEET Prompt: Do you love your father? Do you give him gifts? Read and find out what gifts the children gave to their father. Gifts for Father It’s father’s birthday. “Happy birthday, father!” said Dan and Rita. Dan gave him a book. Rita gave him a hat. Father said, “Thank you, Dan and Rita! I love you.”! Gr. I No. of Words: 30 Questions: Literal: 1. Who celebrated his birthday? Answer: father ______ 2. What did Dan give Father? Answer: book ______ 3. Who is Dan’s sister? Answer: Rita ______ Interpretive: 4. How did Father feel on his birthday? Answer: happy Applied: SY 2011-2012 _____ 5. Why would you give your father a gift? ______ Possible Answers: because I love him because of his birthday because I want him to be happy Phil-IRI Form 1 – Pretest Gifts for Father It’s father’s birthday. “Happy birthday, father!” said Dan and Rita. Dan gave him a book. Rita gave him a hat. Father said, “Thank you, Dan and Rita! I love you.”! SY 2011-2012 Phil-IRI Form 1 - Pretest Name: _______________________________ Grade and Section: __________ GRADE LEVEL PASSAGE RATING SHEET Prompt: Do you know how to raise pigs? Read the selection below. Let Pigs Grow Pigs are good pets. A mother pig can give birth to three to sixteen piglets born alive. Piglets love to eat. Aside from sucking milk, they like eating plants and grass. They also want to eat leftover foods and fruit peelings. Gr. II No. of Words: 41 Questions: Literal: 1. How are piglets born? Answer: Piglets are born alive. ______ 2. What do piglets love to do? Answer: They love to eat. ______ 3. What do they eat? Answers: They suck milk. They eat plants and grass. They eat left-over foods and fruit peelings. ______ Interpretive: 4. What will happen if you do not take care of the piglets? Possible Answers: They will not grow. They will grow thin. They will die. Applied: SY 2011-2012 ______ 5. How do pigs help people? ______ Possible Answers: They give us meat that we call “pork”. They help us recycle left-overs. We avoid wasting left-over food by feeding them with it. Phil-IRI Form 1 - Pretest Let Pigs Grow Pigs are good pets. A mother pig can give birth to three to sixteen piglets born alive. Piglets love to eat. Aside from sucking milk, they like eating plants and grass. They also want to eat left-over foods and fruit peelings. SY 2011-2012 Phil-IRI Form 1 - Pretest Name: _______________________________ Grade and Section: __________ GRADE LEVEL PASSAGE RATING SHEET Prompt: Recall the fiesta you attended. How different was it from the one discussed below? Read and find out. Fiesta Time Paulo and John spent the night at their grandfather’s place to witness the activities for the town fiesta. “John,” called Paulo, “Hurry up! I don’t want to miss the games.” “Neither do I!” John replied. “I like the palo-sebo and pot-hitting contests!” shouted Paulo. “Those are very exciting games.” Gr. III No. of Words: 49 Questions: Literal: SY 2011-2012 1. Who spent the night at their grandfather’s place? Answer: John and Paulo ______ 2. Why were Paulo and John at their grandfather’s place? Answers: to attend the fiesta to witness the activities ______ 3. What games did John and Paulo watch? Answer: the palo-sebo and pot-hitting contests ______ Interpretive: 4. What do people feel during fiesta? Possible Answers: festive, happy, excited ______ Applied: 5. What other activities could you suggest for a fiesta? Possible parade, beauty contest, other Answers: contests like relays, drum and bugle corps, sack race, singing contest, dance competition, “kadang-kadang”, etc. ______ SY 2011-2012 Phil-IRI Form 1 - Pretest Fiesta Time Paulo and John spent the night at their grandfather’s place to witness the activities for the town fiesta. “John,” called Paulo, “Hurry up! I don’t want to miss the games.” “Neither do I!” John replied. “I like the palo-sebo and pot-hitting contests!” shouted Paulo. “Those are very exciting games.” SY 2011-2012 SY 2011-2012 Phil-IRI Form 1 - Pretest Name: _______________________________ Grade and Section: __________ GRADE LEVEL PASSAGE RATING SHEET Prompt: Somebody is speaking to you. Read to find out who he is, and listen to his message. Listen to My Story “Hey! I don’t fly anymore, but I have a story to tell. It started with Andres Bonifacio, the “Great Plebeian” who sympathized with the sufferings of the common men. He founded the “Katipunan”, the revolutionary movement that rose against Spain. On my cloth were written KKK, which stands for: Kataastaasan Kagalanggalangan Katipunan “ng mga Anak ng Bayan” “I am the flag of the brave Katipuneros!” Gr. IV No. of Words: 65 Questions: Literal: SY 2011-2012 1. Who founded the Katipunan? Answer: Andres Bonifacio ______ Interpretive: Applied: SY 2011-2012 2. What is the Katipunan? Answer: a revolutionary movement that fought against the Spaniards ______ 3. What country did the Katipunan rise against? Answer: Spain ______ 4. Who is the speaker in the selection? Answer: the flag of KKK ______ 5. Why is Bonifacio called the Great Plebeian? Answer: Because he sympathized with the sufferings of the common man/the early Filipinos. ______ 6. How would you prove that Katipuneros were brave? Possible - They were not afraid to rise Answers: against the Spaniards. - They revolted against Spain. ______ 7. If you were a Grade IV child during time of the Katipuneros, how would you help them fight against the Spaniards? Possible - By fetching and giving them Answers: water. - By dressing their wounds. - By giving them food. ______ Phil-IRI Form 1 - Pretest Listen to My Story “Hey! I don’t fly anymore, but I have a story to tell. It started with Andres Bonifacio, the “Great Plebeian” who sympathized with the sufferings of the common men. He founded the “Katipunan”, the revolutionary movement that rose against Spain. On my cloth were written KKK, which stands for: Kataastaasan Kagalanggalangan Katipunan “ng mga Anak ng Bayan” “I am the flag of the brave Katipuneros!” SY 2011-2012 Phil-IRI Form 1 – Pretest Name: _______________________________ Grade and Section: __________ GRADE LEVEL PASSAGE RATING SHEET Prompt: What do you know about our planet? Read the selection aloud and get to know the planet Earth. The Earth The Earth is almost 93 million miles away from the sun. It is the only planet with known life forms. Its surface is threefourths water and one-fourth land mass. It is surrounded by gaseous substance called atmosphere. The Earth takes 24 hours to complete its rotation. Rotation causes night and day. As the Earth rotates, it revolves around the sun every 365 ¼ days. This revolution takes one year. Gr. V No. of Words: 69 Questions: Literal: SY 2011-2012 1. What is the only planet with known life forms? Answer: Earth ______ 2. How far is the planet Earth from the Sun? Answer: 93 million miles ______ 3. What is the gaseous substance that surrounds the Earth? Answer: atmosphere ______ Interpretive: Applied: SY 2011-2012 4. How does the Earth move? Answer: The earth rotates on its axis and revolves around the sun. ______ 5. What would happen if the Earth gets very near the sun? Possible - People will get burned. Answer: - It will be hot on Earth. Note: Accept similar answers ______ 6. If the earth does not rotate, how will you be affected? Possible - I would have difficulty telling Answer: when to do things and when to sleep. - distinguish day and night ______ 7. Would you like the Earth to stop moving? Why? Possible No, because I wouldn’t know Answer: how to count the days and years without the Earth’s movement. ______ Phil-IRI Form 1 – Pretest The Earth The Earth is almost 93 million miles away from the sun. It is the only planet with known life forms. Its surface is threefourths water and one-fourth land mass. It is surrounded by gaseous substance called atmosphere. The Earth takes 24 hours to complete its rotation. Rotation causes night and day. As the Earth rotates, it revolves around the sun every 365 ¼ days. This revolution takes one year. SY 2011-2012 Phil-IRI Form 1 - Pretest Name: _______________________________ Grade and Section: __________ GRADE LEVEL PASSAGE RATING SHEET Prompt: Have you ever seen a greenhouse? How do gases affect the temperature? Read and find out. The Greenhouse Effect For 10,000 years, the Earth’s surface temperature remained steady at 14C with 3% carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) in the atmosphere. This produced greenhouse gas and water vapor. Today, greenhouse gases trap heat, keeping Earth warm with water vapor, CO 2 , methane and chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs). People contribute to make temperature warm. Their increased electric consumption has resulted to 25% CO 2 in atmosphere; allowing more water vapor that multiplies the increase in temperature. Scientists think that the Earth would grow warmer by 4-9% by 2050, resulting to drought that might wipe out some animal species. Gr. VI No. of Words: 91 Questions: Literal: SY 2011-2012 1. What gases trap heat and keep the earth’s surface warm? Answers: water vapor, carbon dioxide, methane, chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) ______ Interpretive: Applied: SY 2011-2012 2. How long has the earth’s surface temperature remained steady? Answer: 10,000 years ______ 3. What will become of the earth by 2050? Answers: - it will grow warmer by 4-9% - there might be drought that will wipe out some animal species 4. Why is the earth getting warmer everyday? Possible - because most gases like Answers: carbon dioxide and methane occur in the atmosphere - there is an increase in burning of fuels - the use of CFCs also increased - amount of greenhouse gases in atmosphere increases - people use appliances with CO 2 ______ 5. What could be the effect of increased electric consumption to the environment? Possible - - There would be more carbon Answers: dioxide and water vapor in the atmosphere. - The Earth will be warm. ______ 6. Scientists think that Earth will grow warmer by 2050. How can you help prevent this from happening? Possible - minimize the use of CFCs Answers: - avoid burning garbage - dispose products consumed everyday (like bottles, plastic bags) properly - use electricity wisely ______ 7. How can you protect yourself from pollutants like carbon dioxide? Possible - plant trees Answers: - dispose water properly - maintain and repair vehicles to produce less pollutants - maintain the cleanliness of the environment ______ ______ Phil-IRI Form 1 - Pretest The Greenhouse Effect For 10,000 years, the Earth’s surface temperature remained steady at 14C with 3% carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) in the atmosphere. This produced greenhouse gas and water vapor. Today, greenhouse gases trap heat, keeping Earth warm with water vapor, CO 2 , methane and chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs). People contribute to make temperature warm. Their increased electric consumption has resulted to 25% CO 2 in atmosphere; allowing more water vapor that multiplies the increase in temperature. Scientists think that the Earth would grow warmer by 49% by 2050, resulting to drought that might wipe out some animal species. SY 2011-2012