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PARACALE NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL

Paracale, Camarines Norte


Summative Test
TLE 7 - HOUSEHOLD SERVICES
Name:_____________________________________ Section:_____________Score & Equivalent
_______
I. Multiple Choice
Read the following questions carefully and write the letter of the correct
answer on the space provided before the number.
1. The act of cleaning the rooms and furnishing of a home is
called __________.
a. Cleaning
c. Maintaining
b. Housekeeping
d. Servicing
2. A device that can be used to achieve a task, but not consumed
in the process is __________.
a. equipment
c. supply
b. material
d. tool
3. It is a device that uses an air pump to suck up the dust and
dirt in the floor.
a. cob webber
c. vacuum cleaner
b. floor buffer
d. water hoses
4. It is a cleaning implement for sweeping made of bundle of
straws attached to along handle.
a. broom
c. feather duster
b. dustpan
d. scrub
5. An electrical appliance that is used to clean and maintain non
carpeted floors.
a. cob webber
c. vacuum cleaner
b. floor buffer
d. water hoses
6. The act or process of preserving a tool or equipment, keeping
it in a functioning state and preserving it from failure is called
_________.
a. management
c. proactive maintenance
b. maintenance
d. reactive maintenance
7. To
ensure
safe
use
of
the
cleaning
tools/equipment/supplies/materials, the employer should offer
the workers with __________.
a. orientation and training c. safety measures
b. qualification standard
d. training and development
8. What should you wear to prevent your hands from cuts?
a. gear
c. masks
b. gloves
d. safety shoes
9. To protect yourself from an injury from a dropped item, wear
_________.
a. gear
c. masks
b. gloves
d. safety shoes
10.
How many rotation per minute (RPM) does a high speed
floor buffer pad rotates?
a. 10
c. 1000
b. 100
d. 10000
II. True or False

A. Write true if the statement is correct and false if the statement is wrong.
11.
In using the cleaning tools and equipment it is important
to check it before using.
12.
To avoid electric shock or short circuit, expose the
equipment to rain or water.
13.
Never use any appliance that is defective.
14.
Handle equipment with care and make sure it does bump
on hard surfaces.
15.
Clean and store equipment in their custodial room
immediately after use.
16.
In sizing up the load, tip it on its side to determine if you
can carry a load.
17.
Carry the load alone if it is too big or bulky.
18.
In lifting the load right do not move your feet to turn,
instead twist your back.
19.
To carry an oversized load, it is important to ask for help
and work as a team.
20.
To reach loads that are above your shoulders, use a step
stool.
III. Matching Type
Match the description in column A with the described cleaning tools,
equipment, supplies and materials in column B.
Column A

Column B

21.

Hollow tubes designed to carry water from


a. baking soda
one location to another
b. bucket
22.
Vertical cylinder or truncated cone that is used
c. cleaning detergent
to hold water or any liquid solution used in cleaning.
d. cleaning cloth
23.
Known as the universal solvent used for cleaning
e. cob webber
24.
Used for reaching and sweeping of floor without a stool.
f. dishcloth
25.
Surfactant with cleaning properties in diluted solutions.
g. gloves
26.
Used to remove the contaminants of any tool and equipment.
h. paper towel
27.
Known as bicarbonate of soda used to deodorize refrigerators.
i. scrubbing foam
28.
Garment that covers the whole hand of a person that performs
j. water
household services.
k.
water
hoses
29.
Made of cotton or microfiber that is used in the kitchen
to dry dishes and other surfaces.
30.
Absorbent textile made from paper used in drying hands,
wiping windows, dusting and cleaning up spills.
** Goodluck**

Prepared:
MA. CHRISTINA T. ENCINAS
TLE Teacher
Checked:
MERLINDA ALTAREJOS
TLE, Area Chairman
Approved:
MARLO FIEL SULTAN, Ed. D
School Principal II