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Republic of the Philippines Department of Education DR. CARIDAD C. LABE EDUCATION CENTREX (CCL CentrEx) Inc. Osmea St.

, Gun-ob, Lapu-Lapu City

Third Periodical Test in Social Studies First Year


Name: _________________________________________ Direction: Read and answer each item carefully. 1. The following are the human ancestors of Homo Sapien sapien. Which of them is closely related to modern humans? A. Australopithecus afarensis B. Homo erectus C. Homo Habilis D. Homo sapien 2. All the following are pillars of Islam, EXCEPT _______. A. Fasting B. Pilgrimage C. Prayer D. Prophethood 3. Which of these represents an important behavioral advance in Homo erectus, compared to Homo habilis? A. Ability to walk on two legs B. Building shelters to live in C. Use of fire for heating and cooking D. Using tools for cutting meat 4. It is the genealogical record of Islamic leaders that shows their connection with the Prophet Muhammad. A. Bible B. Quran C. tarsila D. Tuan 5. What does Islam mean for the Muslims? A. Justice and peace B. Peace achieved through submission to the Prophets message C. Total submission to Allah D. wholehearted surrender to Jesus 6. All the following are prophets in Islam, EXCEPT _______. A. Abraham B. Abu Bakhr C. Jesus D. Muhammad 7. Which of the following statements best describes how evolution is a biological theme that ties all others together? A. Evolution explains why organisms have common characteristics. B. Evolution explains how organisms become adapted to their environment. C. Evolution explains why distantly related organisms sometimes resemble one another. D. All of the above are true. Date: _____________ Score: _____

8. Which of the following is NOT considered a Muslim country? A. Iraq B. Iran C. Rome D. Saudi Arabia 9. During the daylight hours of the Ramadan fast, Muslims are NOT supposed to _______. A. drink water B. eat C. smoke D. all of the above 10. Which of the following is NOT one of the five pillars of Islam? A. Hajj the Pilgrimage to Mecca B. Hijab wearing the veil C. Salah prayer 5 times per day D. Sawm the Ramadan Fast 11. Where can we find the holiest city for Muslim which is Mecca? A. Egypt B. Iran C. Saudi Arabia D. Tehran 12. What is the religious book for Muslims? A. Bible B. Quran C. tarsila D. Torah 13. The largest Muslim sect is _______. A. Ahmadiyya B. Shia C. Sufism D. Sunni 14. The differences between Sunni and Shia Islam is _______. A. A disagreement about how battles should be waged. B. A disagreement about the role of the Prophet Muhammad. C. A disagreement on the issue of leadership. D. A doctrinal differences on the meaning of Allah. 15. What is NOT prohibited in Islam? A. drinking alcohol B. eating fish C. eating pork D. premarital sex 16. They are known as a follower of Islam and they consider Allah as their God. A. Muslim B. Buddhist C. Christian D. Jewish

17. Which angel was charged with bringing the Quranic revelations to the Prophet Muhammad? A. Michael B. Azraeel C. Israfael D. Gabriel 18. Why are there differences between Islam in the Philippines and Islam in Arab countries? A. Because the Islam was changed by Angel Gabriel. B. Because the spreading of Islam was done by a direct colonialism. C. Because the Islam passed through different places from its original birthplace, Egypt. D. Because the spread of Islam in the Philippines was by-product trade and missionary activities. 19. Who led the second phase of Islamization of Sulu and he has an ability to do the miracles? A. Karim ul Makhdum B. Orangkaya C. Raha Baguinda D. Tuan Maqbalu 20. He was the one who first founded sultanate in Sulu. A. Abu Bakr B. Lakan Dula C. Raha Baguinda D. Sharif Muhammad Kabunsuwan 21. Refers to a Muslim community that does not distinguish between the color of the skin or sex of a person. A. orangkaya B. sumatra C. ummah D. had 22. It s a type of Islam in the Philippines that has elements of Indian mysticism. Wherein their desire is to become closer to Allah until one is united with Allah. A. Sufi Islam or Sufism B. Sunni C. Shia D. zakat 23. It is the kind of Islam that became widespread in the Philippines and it is not different with the Arab societies Islam religion. A. Sufi B. Sunni C. Shia D. Ali 24. They considered their selves as the successor of Prophet Muhammad Except _______. A. Abraham B. Umar ibn al-Khattab C. Uthman ibn Affan D. Sharif ul Hashim 25. Below are the miracles that can be done by the aulia. Which of the following is NOT included? A. ability to fly B. ability to rise the dead C. ability to save drowning people D. ability to walk on water

26. What is the other word of Makhdum? A. master B. mister C. priest D. slave 27. In what century does the spreading of Islam begun? A. 12 century B. 13 century C. 14 century D. 15 century 28. What does Shahadah meant by? A. alms-giving B. fasting during the month of Ramadam C. praying five times a day facing Mecca D. profession of ones faith to Allah 29. According to Juan R. Framcisco there are around 150 words in the Philippine languages which have Sankrit origin and one of those words is diwata which meant _______. A. angel B. fairy C. god D. spirit 30. During the class hour, the students were asked to share their religion. One of them was Amir a Muslim and he wanted to share his religion. What will you do if he will share his religion? I. nags him every time you dont like what he says II. be open-minded about their culture of their religion III. show respect by listening his sharing about Islamic religion IV. debate with him about the differences of both religion that you have A. I and II B. I, II, III and IV C. II and III D. III and IV Test II. Essay Direction: Read each questions or situation below and answer it with one or two paragraphs. 1. In Islam religion, all the women should follow the tradition called Purdah wherein they are to cover their whole body with abaya or burka. Do you think Muslim women should force to fully cover their body with it? Yes or No? Explain. ( 5 points)

2. Do you feel that many of those considered divine prophets/messengers, e.g. Abraham, Jesus, Moses, Muhammad delivered the same basic message of oneness of God, oneness of mankind and doing good deeds? (3 points)

3. Which religion do you prefer to choose? Is it Roman Catholic or Islamic Religion? Why? (2 points)