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Roll NO.

Sample Paper

SA-1

2016-17
M.M =

60
Time:2:30
CLASS VII
Subject-Science
Read the given Instructions carefully:

Section-A (Part 1 & 2) carries 1 mark Questions


Section B carries 2 marks Questions
Section C carries 3 marks Questions
Section D carries 5 marks Questions
All questions are compulsory
Section-A

Part-1
M.C.Q.
101=10
Q1. Saliva helps in the digestion of
a. fats
b. sugar
c. proteins

d. starch

Q2. The green pigment in the leaves is:


a. chlorophyll

b. anthocyanin

c. protoplast

d. none of these

Q3. Which of the following processes occurs on site sewage disposal


system?
a. composting pits
b. chemical toilets
c. septic tanks
d. all of these
Q4. Curdling of milk is an example of:
a. Chemical change
c. physical change

b. reversible change
d. none of these

Q5. Branches of tall trees look like roof over the other plants in forest
called

a. Canopy

b. Pines

c. Shadow

d. Conical

Q6. Respiration is a process opposite to:


a. blood circulation
c. photosynthesis

b. digestion
d. both a) and b)

Q7. Which of the following is the purest form of water?


a. river water

b. pond water

c. rain water

d. ground water

Q8. Rapid and small oscillations are called


a. Periodic motion

b. Vibrations

c. Rotatory motion

d. Non Periodic motion

Q9. The flow of land and sea breeze takes place due to:
a. convection

b. radiation

c. conduction

d. monsoon

Q10. During inhalation, the ribs:


a. moves upwards

b. moves downwards

c. moves outwards. d. do not move at all.

Part-2

(Very Short -Answer Questions)


51=5

Q11. Proper disposal of human wastes and the protection of water sources
_______
Q12. The decaying leaves and animals droppings in the forests enrich
the__________

Q13. The largest gland in human body is ___________


Q14. Pitcher plant grows in soil deficient in ______________

Q15.A chemical name of baking soda is___________


6x1=6
Q16. A train travelled 720 km in 5 h. Find the speed in kilometers per
hour.
Q17. Why do we often sneeze when we inhale a lot of dusty air?
Q18. Cooking oils and fats should not be released into the drains. Why?
19. Write any two factors responsible for depletion of water
table.
20. Give two examples of insulators.
21. Name two chemicals used to disinfect water.
Section-B

62 =12

Q22. Why is a forest known as dynamic living entity?


Q23. Define villi. Where are they found?
Q24. Explain groundwater recharges.
Q25. What is sewage? Eucalyptus trees should be planted along sewage
ponds. Give reason.
Q26. Represent the following graphically:
a. A car moving with a constant speed.
b. A car parked on the side of the road.
Q27. Write any 4 differences between aerobic and anaerobic respiration.
Section-C

Answer the questions briefly:


43=12

Q28. What is the precaution to be observed while reading laboratory


thermometer?
(any 3 precautions)
Q29. Draw the diagram of digestive system and label its parts.
Q30 A student takes 20 minutes to reach his school on a bicycle. If the
speed of the bicycle is 2.5m/s, calculate how far is his school?
Q31 a. What is nutrition?
b. How is the symbiotic association between rhizobium and

leguminous
plant beneficial?
Section-D
35 =15
(Long -Answer Type Questions)
Q32. a) Describe how crystals of copper sulphate are prepared.
3
b) Explain how painting of an iron gate prevents it from rusting.
2
Q33. a. Define crown.
1
b. What are decomposers?
1
c. Why should we worry about the conditions and issues related to forests
far from us? 3
Q34. a. Draw a well labelled diagram of respiratory system of human
being.
3
b. Write the functions of following organs:
2
i) teeth ii) liver
iii) large intestine iv) stomach