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3 . Wh did the poet not follo the arro ?
A. He chose not to follo it
B. It fle s iftl and he lost sight of it
C. He lost his sense of direction
D. The arro as not important to him
32. Based on the poet's acco nt of (stan a ), hat be-
came of the arro ?
A. It as no here to be fo nd
B. It fle into the air
C. It fell to the earth
D. It anished from sight
33. The poet's lang age appeals to hat sense/s?
D. Sight and hearing
3 . What skills did the poet req ired in order to p rs e the
B. Sight keen and
C. A good listening ear
3 . The ight of song, as sed b the poet in (line 8) e -
emplifies hat fig rati e de ice?
D. E phemism
36. The se of the arro and song are
A. Representati e of lost relationships
B. S mbols of life and feelings
C. Creati e e pressions sed b the poet
D. The are literal objects
37. Describe the condition of the arro in (stan a 3)?
A. It as nbroken
B. It as old
C. It as broke
D. It as lost
38. As o internali e the poem, hat do o find most
s rprising abo t the o tcome?
A. The sef lness of the arro and the song
B. The poet's reco er of the arro and the song
C. The condition of the arro and the song
D. The safe location of the arro and the song
39. What ha e o deri ed from the poem?
A. A feeling of nostalgia
B. A sense of a areness
C. A sense of hope
D. A feeling of loss
DIRECTIONS Read the poem carefully before attempt
ing the questions. Each question has four options select
the most appropriate answer based on what is implied or
stated in the poem.
THE ARROW AND THE SONG
I ho an arro in o he air,
I fell o ear h, I kne no here;
For, o if ly i e , he igh
Co ld no follo i in i igh .
I brea hed a ong in o he air,
I fell o ear h, I kne no here;
For ho ha igh o keen and rong,
Tha i can follo he igh of ong
Long, long af er ard, in an oak
I fo nd he arro , ill nbroke;
And he ong, from beginning o end,
I fo nd again in he hear of a friend.
By Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
DIRECTION Read the passage carefully before at
tempting the questions. Each question has four options
select the most appropriate answer based on what is
contained or implied in the passage.
Goal e ing i a f ndamen al b ilding block eenager need o be c-
ce f l a ha e er hey an o accompli h in life. Goal help hem
de ne ha i impor an and eache hem ho o e priori ie .
Goal gi e hem a clear ar ing poin , and hen comple ed, can ei her
be a ni hing poin or he ar ing poin for heir ne endea or.
The proce of goal e ing incl de learning ho o de elop a plan,
ho o mea re yo r progre , ho o ay po i i e and foc ed, ho
o o ercome road block and he impor ance of aking ac ion. Goal
e ing i a charac er ed ca ion f nc ion ha help eenager e heir
priori ie and gi e hem a pa h for f re cce .
The ac of goal e ing i a proce ha begin i h clearly de ning
ha i impor an o yo . Goal e ing i no a agnan e en . I i
m ch more han (S.M.A.R.T) Speci c, Mea rable, A ainable, Real-
i ic and Time Sen i i e goal or imply ri ing do n a fe idea on
paper. Goal e ing allo yo o look in o he f re and pro ide an
oppor ni y o learn from mi ed oppor ni ie and accompli h-
men . The goal e ing principle can be ed in chool, career, i h
yo r hobbie and in co n le o her place .
Will I Al ay Accompli h My Goal No. B , if yo ie ho e life le -
on correc ly he mi ed oppor ni ie can be e cellen learning e -
perience . Did yo e he goal oo high Did yo r n o of ime Did
yo r goal co n on ome hing happening ha did no Thi i no
he ime o ge di co raged and op e ing goal. I i a mar elo
ime o learn and gro .
Goal e ing i hard ork. If i a ea y e eryone o ld be doing i .
I i impor an o e reali ic goal ha re ch yo r capabili ie . If
yo mi yo r goal re-e al a e yo r goal e ing plan and make ad-
j men and ry again. Don gi e p!
If yo r goal e ing plan i cce f l re ard yo r elf for a job ell
done. Then look for yo r ne ad en re. Se a ne goal ha
re che yo a li le more. B ild on yo r goal e ing cce e .
Bene ts of Goal Setting
Impro e yo r independence and en e of per onal con rol
De elop elf --e eem
Gain a po i i e o look on he f re
Decrea e nheal hy habi and beha io r
Impro e yo r academic performance and organiza ion
De elopmen ime-managemen kill and ba le procra ina ion
Types of Goals
Long Term Goals can be achie ed o er a long period of ime. E ample.
"I an o make honor roll i a long- erm goal.
Short Term Goals are maller and can be f l lled in he immedia e
f re. E ample "I an o ake be er no e i a hor erm goal.
Action Oriented Goals are i hin yo r o n po er o be reached and
do no depend on e ernal fac or or people. E ample "I an o im-
pro e in ma h i an e ample of an ac ion-orien ed goal.
Outcome Based Goals are no in yo r po er o be reached beca e
hey depend on ano her per on or fac or. E ample "I an an A in
ma h i o come-ba ed beca e he eacher i he one ho choo e
Re earcher ay achie emen impro e mo hen goal are peci c,
ac ion-orien ed, hor - erm and challenging.
Choosing A Goal
• Connec yo r goal i h yo r alen , al e and a pira ion .
• Yo r goal ho ld repre en an impor an accompli hmen o yo .
• Choo e a goal yo ha e he po er o reach b req ire effor .
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