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Sample multiple choice questions in Social Studies:



1. What is the name of the first Filipino to win the Nobel Peace Prize?

a) Jose Rizal

b) Corazon Aquino

c) Benigno Aquino Jr.

d) Carlos P. Romulo


2. Which of the following is a primary function of the legislative branch of government in the Philippines?

a) To interpret laws

b) To enforce laws

c) To make laws

d) To settle legal disputes


3 Which of the following economic systems is characterized by private ownership of the means of production and the pursuit of profit?

a) Capitalism

b) Socialism

c) Communism

d) Feudalism


4. What is the capital of the Philippines?

a) Manila

b) Cebu

c) Davao

d) Quezon City


5. What is the name of the ancient writing system used by the Tagalog people?

a) Baybayin

b) Alibata

c) Kudlit

d) Abakada


6. Which of the following is a characteristic of a traditional Filipino family?

a) It is patriarchal, with the father as the head of the household.

b) It is matriarchal, with the mother as the head of the household.

c) It is egalitarian, with both parents sharing equal responsibilities.

d) It is nuclear, with only parents and their children living in the same household.


7. What is the name of the government agency responsible for implementing programs and policies related to health in the Philippines?

a) Department of Education

b) Department of Health

c) Department of Social Welfare and Development

d) Department of Agriculture


8. What is the largest island in the Philippines?

a) Luzon

b) Mindanao

c) Palawan

d) Visayas


9. Which of the following religions is practiced by the majority of Filipinos?

a) Christianity

b) Buddhism

c) Hinduism

d) Islam


10. What is the significance of the Battle of Mactan in Philippine history?

a) It marked the beginning of Spanish colonization in the Philippines.

b) It was the first successful revolution against Spanish rule.

c) It showed the strength and bravery of Filipinos against foreign invaders.

d) It led to the establishment of the first Philippine Republic.


11. Which of the following is a characteristic of a democratic government?

a) The ruler has absolute power.

b) The ruler is elected by the people and is accountable to them.

c) The ruler is chosen by God or a higher power.

d) The ruler is determined by birthright or family lineage.


12. What is the primary goal of economic development in the Philippines?

a) To increase the GDP and national income.

b) To promote social welfare and reduce poverty.

c) To establish a socialist economic system.

d) To prioritize the interests of foreign investors.


13. What is the importance of the Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR) in the Philippines?

a) It is a major agricultural region that produces rice, corn, and other crops.

b) It is home to several indigenous communities and cultures.

c) It is a hub for international trade and commerce.

d) It is the location of the Philippine capital city.


14. What is the role of cultural anthropology in Araling Panlipunan?

a) To study the historical events and movements that shaped Philippine culture.

b) To explore the traditional beliefs, customs, and practices of Filipino communities.

c) To analyze the economic factors that contribute to the development of Philippine society.

d) To investigate the political institutions and systems that govern the Philippines.


15. What is the significance of the 1986 People Power Revolution in Philippine history?

a) It marked the beginning of American colonization in the Philippines.

b) It was the first successful coup d'├ętat against a Philippine president.

c) It showed the power of mass mobilization in effecting political change.

d) It led to the establishment of a communist government in the Philippines.


16. Which of the following is a characteristic of a mixed economy?

a) The government owns and controls all means of production.

b) The economy is completely free market with no government intervention.

c) The economy is a combination of private enterprise and government control.

d) The economy is planned and controlled by a single party or ruling class.


17. What is the importance of the Tubbataha Reef Natural Park in the Philippines?

a) It is a major agricultural region that produces rice, corn, and other crops.

b) It is home to several indigenous communities and cultures.

c) It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a biodiversity hotspot.

d) It is the site of a major historical event or landmark.


18. What is the primary goal of sociology in Araling Panlipunan?

a) To study the historical events and movements that shaped Philippine culture.

b) To explore the traditional beliefs, customs, and practices of Filipino communities.

c) To analyze the economic factors that contribute to the development of Philippine society.

d) To investigate the social behavior and interactions of individuals and groups in Philippine society.


19. Which of the following is a characteristic of a federal government?

a) All power is centralized in the national government.

b) The government is headed by a monarch or royal family.

c) The government is divided into two or more levels, with power shared between them.

d) The government is a one-party state with a single ruling party.


20. What is the role of Philippine history in Araling Panlipunan?

a) To study the natural and physical features of the Philippines.

b) To analyze the economic factors that contribute to the development of Philippine society.

c) To explore the cultural diversity and heritage of the Philippines.

d) To understand the political and social events and movements that shaped Philippine society.


Answers to the sample multiple choice questions in Araling Panlipunan:

1) d) Carlos P. Romulo

2) c) To make laws

3) a) Capitalism

4) a) Manila

5) a) Baybayin

6) a) It is patriarchal, with the father as the head of the household.

7) b) Department of Health

8) a) Luzon

9) a) Christianity

10) c) It showed the strength and bravery of Filipinos against foreign invaders.

11) b) The ruler is elected by the people and is accountable to them.

12) b) To promote social welfare and reduce poverty.

13) b) It is home to several indigenous communities and cultures.

14) b) To explore the traditional beliefs, customs, and practices of Filipino communities.

15) c) It showed the power of mass mobilization in effecting political change.

16) c) The economy is a combination of private enterprise and government control.

17) c) It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a biodiversity hotspot.

18) d) To investigate the social behavior and interactions of individuals and groups in Philippine society.

19) c) The government is divided into two or more levels, with power shared between them.

20) d) To understand the political and social events and movements that shaped Philippine society.




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