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Integrated Science Questions and Answers - Grade 6 Mid Term 1 Exams 2023 Set 7

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SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

  1. Grade six learners went for a nature walk to study the functions of various parts of a plant. They listed the following. It 
    1. transports water mineral salts
    2. absorbs water and mineral salts 
    3. anchors a plant firmly into the soil
    4. manufactures food
      Which of the above two are for roots only?
      1. (i) and (iii)
      2. (ii) and (iii)
      3. (ii) and (iv)
      4. (i) and (iv)
  2. Which one of the following is an harmful fungi plant?
    1. yeast
    2. mushroom
    3. penicillium
    4. moulds 
  3. A learner observed that a cow he was grazing covered itself from the burning sun under a shade.
    The characteristic portrayed by the cow was that living things
    1. react to the changes in the environment
    2. rest
    3. feed 
    4. reproduction
  4. A mother in a certain family always instructs her children to use water that has washed clothes to mop and wipe shoes. This method of conserving water is known as
    1. recycling
    2. reducing
    3. re-using
    4. recycling and reducing
  5. The phase of the moon that is not visible is known as
    1. quarter moon
    2. new moon
    3. crescent
    4. full moon
    5. 6
  6. A common characteristic between a mammal and a bird is
    1. breath by means of gills
    2. they are both warm blooded
    3. they have scales
    4. they give birth to live young ones

Study the diagram and use. It to answer question 7 and 8

G6IST1SF23002Q7

  1. The exchange of gases takes place in the part labelled
    1. B
    2. D
    3. C
    4. A
  2. What happens to the parts labelled D when breathing in it
    1. moves up
    2. becomes dome-shaped
    3. expands
    4. flattens
  3. Force is a __________________________
    1. newton
    2. measure
    3. push or pull
    4. machine
  4. A snake moves by _________________________________
    1. sliding
    2. hopping
    3. running
    4. slithering 
  5. All the following are waterborne diseases except
    1. Malaria
    2. Cholera
    3. Typhoid
    4. Dysentery
  6. The component of blood that transports carbon dioxide is known as
    1. plasma
    2. red blood cells
    3. platelets
    4. white blood cells 

The diagram below shows a female reproductive system. Use it to answer questions 13 and 14.

G6IST1SF23002Q13

  1. The part labelled Y is known as
    1. oviduct
    2. birth canal
    3. uterus
    4. ovary
  2. Which part labelled on the diagram above is involved with ovulation?
    1. X
    2. Y
    3. W
    4. Z
  3. The part that stores undigested food matter is called?
    1. Anus
    2. Stomach
    3. Ileum
    4. Rectum
  4. The framework of bones in the human body is known as ________________________________
    1. backbones
    2. ribcage
    3. skull
    4. skeleton
  5. Which one of is not an external parasite?
    1. Tapeworms
    2. Lice
    3. Mite
    4. Jiggers
  6. The following are changes that takes places during adolescence
    1. menstrual cycle begin
    2. beards grow 
    3. broadening of shoulders
    4. increase of height
    5. increase of hips
      Which of the above is for boys only
      1. (iv) and (i)
      2. (iii) and (ii)
      3. (iv) and (v)
      4. (iv) and (i)
  7. The blood group that is regarded as a universal donor is known as blood group
    1. O
    2. AB
    3. A
    4. B
  8. All the following are ways on how we can care of our teeth. Which one is not
    1. eating of too much ice creams
    2. brushing our teeth regularly
    3. visiting a dentist for check up
    4. eating a hard food to exercise our teeth

AGRICUTURE

  1. An example of climbing crop is
    1. orange
    2. passion
    3. mango
    4. apple
  2. All the following fruits are not eaten as fresh fruits except
    1. pumpkin
    2. cucumber
    3. calabash
    4. watermelon
  3. The removal of unwanted plants from a seed bed is called
    1. cover cropping
    2. mulching
    3. shading
    4. weeding
  4. Transplanting means ____________________________
    1. removal of unwanted plants
    2. removing the weak plants
    3. putting seeds into the soil
    4. transferring seedlings to the main garden
  5. Name one tool that can be used during soil recovery
    1. spade
    2. panga
    3. gumboots
    4. hammer
  6. Which of the following is an agent of soil erosion
    1. vehicles
    2. wind
    3. plants
    4. animals
  7. The type of soil erosion that is characteristed by deep v shaped channels can best be controlled by
    1. mulching
    2. planting cover crops
    3. building gabions
    4. terracing
  8. The process of removing excess branches from a tree is called?
    1. Mulching
    2. Pruning
    3. Transplanting
    4. Cutting

Study the illustration below.

G6IST1SF23002Q28

  1. The soil labelled A is likely to be
    1. Sand
    2. clay
    3. loam
    4. silt
  2. Which of the following is a use of water in the farm?
    1. Watering animals.
    2. Drinking
    3. Cooling machines
    4. Surfing 

HOMESCIENCE. 

  1. The diagram below shows a symbol found on a shirt
    G6IST1SF23002Q31
    What is the meaning of the symbol?
    1. Wash by hand
    2. Do not bleach
    3. Do not dry clean 
    4. Dry on a clothes line
  2. Cosmetics when misused can cause the following dangers except
    1. heart problems
    2. irritation on the skin
    3. fire 
    4. eye infection
  3. Which one of the following disease is a malnutritional disease?
    1. heart problems
    2. Typhoid
    3. Epilepsy
    4. Marasmus
  4. The following are factors to consider when making a budget except
    1. expenses
    2. saving
    3. amount of money available
    4. loan
  5. The food below provide us with which mineral?
    G6IST1SF23002Q35
    1. iron and iodine
    2. calcium
    3. protein
    4. phosphorus
  6. The following are functions of Iodine apart from?
    1. It enables the thyroid gland to function well
    2. It prevents goitre
    3. Its good for proper growth of the body
    4. It prevents iron deficiency anaemia 
  7. The following are advantages of woven baskets except
    1. They are easy to carry
    2. They are less durable
    3. They are available in different sizes
    4. They allow free circulation of air which makes the vegetable fresh
  8. The cooking place below is called
    G6IST1SF23002Q38
    1. gas cooker
    2. paraffin stove
    3. electric cooker
    4. traditional open fire place
  9. The following foods are baked except
    1. cake
    2. bread
    3. yams
    4. milked tea
  10. What is the other name of the below item? 
    G6IST1SF23002Q40
    1. Yarns
    2. Hook
    3. Fabric
    4. Fibre 40. 

PHYSICAL HEALTH EDUCATION

  1. Which pass is mainly used to serve the ball in the game of volleyball?
    1. under arm pass
    2. over arm pass
    3. overhead pass
    4. chest pass
  2. Which game is played in the below pitch?
    G6IST1SF23002Q42
    1. Netball
    2. Soccer
    3. Handball
    4. Volleyball
  3. Which one of the following is not a skill related to fitness?
    1. Coordination
    2. Agility 
    3. Power
    4. Flexibility 
  4. Which skill in rope work does one alternate toes heels together as he/she jumps
    1. straddle and straddle cross
    2. wounded duck
    3. skier 
    4. Swing kick
  5. Which of the following is not a section in and players is known as long jump field? 
    1. Landing pit
    2. Runaway
    3. Throwing circle
    4. Take off board

Use the picture below to answer questions 46 and 47. 

G6IST1SF23002Q46

  1. Which technique is shown in the picture above
    1. drop-finish
    2. run through
    3. shoulder shrag
    4. bullet finish
  2. Which safety precaution should be taken when performing the above finish?
    1. Change lane
    2. Do not jump
    3. Maintain the lane
    4. Block your opponent
  3. James was walking on a beam during break time as shown below
    G6IST1SF23002Q48
    Which part of his body did he use to maintain balance?
    1. Hands
    2. Legs
    3. Waist
    4. Head
  4. In a competition, equality respect for rules and players is known as
    1. running
    2. default
    3. fairplay
    4. playing
  5. The first step of managing open wounds is
    1. applying detol or spirit
    2. cleaning the wound
    3. applying alcohol
    4. bandaging the wound

MARKING SCHEME

SCI/TECH

  1. B
  2. D
  3. A
  4. C
  5. B
  6. B
  7. C
  8. D
  9. C
  10. D
  11. A
  12. A
  13. C
  14. A
  15. D
  16. D
  17. A
  18. B
  19. A
  20. A

AGRI

  1. B
  2. D
  3. D
  4. D
  5. A
  6. B
  7. C
  8. C
  9. B
  10. A

H/SCIENCE

  1. B
  2. C
  3. D
  4. D
  5. A
  6. D
  7. B
  8. D
  9. D
  10. A

P.E

  1. B
  2. B
  3. C
  4. D
  5. C
  6. A
  7. C
  8. A
  9. C
  10. B
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