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Grade 1 Third Periodical Test in

Grade 1 Third Periodical test in Filipino


The Third Periodical Test in Filipino for Grade 1 is a summative assessment conducted by the Department of Education in the Philippines to evaluate the knowledge, skills, and proficiency in the Filipino language of Grade 1 students. The test is typically administered at the end of the third quarter or semester of the academic year.

Scope and Coverage

(may vary depending on table of specififcations)

The scope and coverage of the Filipino Third Periodical Test for Grade 1 in the Department of Education includes the following topics:

  1. Pag-unawa sa binasa – This covers the students’ comprehension and analysis of different types of texts such as stories, poems, and non-fiction materials.

  2. Pagsasalita – This includes the students’ ability to express themselves orally in Filipino, such as engaging in conversations, giving instructions, and narrating stories.

  3. Pagsulat – This covers the students’ ability to write in Filipino, such as composing short sentences, paragraphs, and stories.

  4. Panimulang Pag-unawa sa Panitikan – This includes the students’ introduction to Philippine literature, such as learning about famous Filipino writers and their works.

  5. Wika at Panitikan – This covers the students’ understanding of the Filipino language, such as grammar, syntax, and vocabulary.

The Third Periodical Test in Filipino for Grade 1 may cover different topics such as reading comprehension, vocabulary, grammar, sentence construction, storytelling, and basic writing skills. The test is typically based on the Filipino curriculum and learning competencies set by the Department of Education.

The test is designed to assess the students’ comprehension and proficiency in different aspects of the Filipino language, such as reading, writing, speaking, and listening. The questions in the test may be presented in various formats, such as multiple-choice, true or false, matching type, and short-answer types.

The results of the Third Periodical Test in Filipino for Grade 1 are used to determine the students’ academic performance and progress in the subject, as well as to provide feedback to the teacher on the effectiveness of their teaching methods and materials. The test results may also be used to identify areas where students may need additional support or intervention, and to make adjustments to the teaching strategies and curriculum.

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