Name of the Organisation : O.P. Jindal School, RAIGARH
Exam : First Term Periodic Test
Category : Class V
Year : 2018-19
Subject : English/Hindi/Mathematics/EVS/Computer
Document Type : Question Paper
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O.P. Jindal First Term Periodic Test Class V Question Paper
Time : 3 hrs.
Class : V
M.M. : 80
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** Section – A Reading (15 marks)
** Section – B Writing (20 marks)
** Section – C Grammar (20 marks)
** Section – D English Reader (25 marks)
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Section – A :
Reading: 15 Marks
A.1 Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow.
Dhyan Chand was born on 29th August 1905, in Allahabad (UP). He is considered as the greatest Hockey player in the history of sports. His mother was Sharadha Singh and his father was Sameshwar Singh. He had twobrothers, Mool Singh and Roop Singh.**
Fill in the blanks with the suitable information from the story.
i) Dhyan Chand was born on ___________.
ii) Mool Singh and Roop Singh were his ___________.
iii) Dhyan Chand is also known as ‘The Wizard’ or ___________ of hockey for his super ball control.
iv) His birthday is celebrated as ___________.
v) The Government of India awarded him the third highest civilian honour of Padma Bhushan in ___________.
A.2 Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow.
Mother Teresa was born on 26th August 1910 in Macedonia. Her birth name was Agnes Gnocchi Bojaxhiu. She was the youngest child of the Nikola and Dronda Bojaxhiu. She was a lady with strong faith and trust in God andhumanity.
a) Answer the following questions.
i) When was Mother Teresa born ?
ii) What was her birth name?
iii) When did she die? (3)
b) State whether the following statements are True or False.
i) Mother Teresa was the eldest child of the Nikola and Dronda Bojaxhiu.
ii) She is also known as ‘Saint of the Gutters”. (1)
c) Find the opposites of the following words from the passage given above. (2)
i) rich ________________ ii) possible ________________
Writing : 20 MARKS
B.1 Write a formal letter on any one of the given subjects in approximately 100-120 words.
Write a letter to the Principal of your school seeking his permission to participate in an Interschool Painting Competition.
You are good at creative writing and want to represent your school at the competition. Write a letter to the Principal of your school seeking his permission to participate in an Interschool Essay Writing Competition.
Grammar: 20 Marks
Do as directed.
C.1 Fill in the blanks with reflexive or emphasising pronouns.
(i) We saw _________ in the mirror.
(ii) She _________ says so.
Section – A
A1. Fill in the blanks.
i) One thousand = __________ hundreds.
ii) Renu is facing North, her right is in _______ direction.
iii) A __________ angle is formed at 3 ‘O’ clock.
iv) Place value of 8 in 5,67,23,892 is __________.
v) Side of a square of area 1sq. cm is __________ cm.
A2. Write ‘T’ for the true and ‘F’ for the false statement.
i) The area of a shape is measured in square units.
ii) Mirror image of the letter H will look same.
iii) The successor of 79,999 is 79,998.
iv) A right angle measures 900.
v) 1 + 2 + 3 + 4 + 5 + 6 = 20
A3. Find the correct option for the following questions.
i) One more than 99,999 is______.
(a) 1 crore (b) 1 lakh (c) 10 crore (d) 10 lakh
ii) Perimeter of a square of side 7 cm is ____.
(a) 49 cm (b) 28 cm (c) 35 cm (d) 7 cm
iii) The angles formed at the corner of a square are___
(a) 600 (b) 700 (c) 800 (d) 900
iv) Which among the following letters will look same after half term?
(a) M (b) N (c) Q (d) R
v) (20 x 5) + (6 x 5) = ______ x 5
(a) 24 (b) 25 (c) 26 (d) 27
Section – B (Answer any 6 questions)
B1. Name the kind of angles made by hands of a clock at the following given time:
(i) 6:30 (ii) 10:25 (iii) 3:00
B2. Find the side of a square with perimeter 20 cm. Then, find its area.
B3. Find:(i) 1o ff 350 litres
(ii) 5 of an hour (in minutes)
(iii) 3 of 84
Q.1 Answer any five questions : (5*3= 15)
a) What is a field placeholder?
b) Typing address data is better than writing the same on envelopes. Justify.
c) Write a short note on word count feature. What all information do you get
from word count dialog box?
d) Write a short note on Mail merge and Data Source.
e) Explain Toggle case and Lower case.
f) Mention at least 3 applications of Mail Merge that you would like to use.
g) Write all the methods of running a slide show.
Q.2 Match the following: (5*1=5)
a) Header – i) Size of envelope
b) More Items – ii) Visual representation of data
c) One type of data source – iii) wizard step to insert custom fields.
d) Size-10 – iv) Top of the document
e) Chart – v) xlsx
Q.3 State True/False : (10*1=10)
a) A table of data required to build a chart is called Data Series.
b) Chart title is the actual data of the chart.
c) Gridlines is the graph over which the chart is created.
d) Envelopes and labels options are same as letters in mail merge.
e) Creating labels is a waste of time.
f) Letters using mail merge are neat and clean in appearance.
g) Spelling mistakes can be avoided while typing address data in excel by using spell check.
h) Reuse of digital data is not possible in mail merge.
i) Same address data can be used in envelopes and labels.
j) Data labels are the imaginary values the bars correspond to.
Q.1 Tick the right answer. (1×5=5)
i) The blood vessels that carry blood from the heart are –
a) veins b) arteries c) bronchi
ii) Calcium and Iron are –
a) proteins b) minerals c) carbohydrates
iii) Sugarcane plant is –
a) annual b) biennial c) perennial
iv) Population means –
a) making something dirty b) the number of people c) too many people
v) Which is the cleanest fuel –
a) petrol b) diesel c) CNG
Q.2 Fill in the blanks. (1×6=6)
i) Plants are called _______ because they make food.
ii) _______ produced by the nose, helps to filter dust.
iii) The lack of Iron in the body causes _______.
iv) _______ lay eggs in rotting garbage and faeces.
v) Walls built to stop sea water from rushing into land are called _______.
vi) When a person loses a lot of water, he/she suffers from _______.
Q.3 Name one word for each of the sentence. (1×5=5)
i) Animals, which eat the flesh of other animals.
ii) Bushy plants with woody stems.
iii) The help that doctors and nurses give to cure a patient.
iv) A silvery substance that is filled in the bulb of a thermometer.
v) A place in a hospital where operations are performed.
Q.4 Write ‘True’ or ‘False’. (1×5=5)
i) The brain and spinal cord send messages through nerves.
ii) The skin and eyes of a person suffering from jaundice turn yellow.
iii) Decomposers return matter to the soil.
iv) Honking uselessly causes air pollution.
v) The deficiency of different nutrients leads to different diseases.