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Name :__________________________________ Date : ________________

Grade & Section : __________________________________ Score : _____ Equiv: _____

Direction: Read and comprehend the questions carefully. Choose a letter or word that corresponds the correct answer.
1. ________refers to a style wherein the piece always sounds different at every performance because of the random
techniques of production, including the use of ring modulators or natural elements that become a part of the music.
a. expressionism b. impressionism c. chance music d. electronic music
2. the following are elements of music except one.
a. timbre b. harmony c. whole-tone scale d. tempo
3. a French word which means advance guard or vanguard which promotes radical social reform.
a. neo-classicism b. avant garde c. impressionism d. expressionism
4. He was considered as the Father of Electronic Music.
a. Igor Stravinsky b. Clade Debussy c. Edgard Varese d. John Cage
5. a style of music that served as a medium for expressing strong emotions, anxiety, rage, and alienation.
a. expressionism b. impressionism c. avant garde d. neo-classicism
6. _____ a style of music which uses electronic machines such as synthesizers, amplifiers, tape recorders, and
loudspeakers to create different sounds.
a. chance music b. electronic music c. ring modulators d. power mixers
7. a style of music uses the whole-tone scale and created a mood rather than a definite picture.
a. impressionism b. modern nationalism c. avant garde d. neo-classicism
8-13 Identify the following musical works. Write the composer on the table.
a. Claude Debussy b. Igor Stravinsky c. Bela Bartok
d. Edgard Varese e. John Cage f. Arnold Schoenberg

No. Musical work Composer

8. Barbaro, Music for Strings
9. Hyperprism for wind and percussion
10. Music for Wind instruments, Metamorphosis
11. The Rite of the Spring
12. Childrens Corner Suite
13. Verklarte Nacht, Violin Concerto

14. _______ is a form of modern art in which the actions of an individual or a group at a particular place and in a
particular time constitute the work.
a. installation art b. Dadaism c. performance art d. optical art
15. an art which uses lines, spaces, and colors were precisely planned and positioned to give the illusion of movement
a. post impressionism b. cubism c. optical art d. futurism
16. art movement that sought to capture impressions of fleeting moments by representing the effects of light and
differing weather conditions on landscapes, cityscapes, and scenes of daily life.
a. fauvism b. surrealism c. post impressionism d. impressionism
17. ______ an art style that depicted an illogical, subconscious dream world beyond the logical, conscious, physical one.
a. non-objectivism b. futurism c. surrealism d. Dadaism
18. is a contemporary art form that uses sculptural materials and other media to modify the way the viewer experiences
a particular space.
a. installation art b. conceptual art c. performance art d. pop art
19. the style of art did not make use of figures or even representations of figures and not recognizable
objects or forms in the outside world.
a. abstract b. non-objectivism c. cubism d. fauvism
20. an art which characterized by dream, fantasies, memory images, visual tricks, and surprises.
a. minimalism b. action painting c. Dadaism d. surrealism
21. comes from French les fauves which means wild beasts. It is a style of art used bold, vibrant colors, and visual
a. color field painting b. futurism c. fauvism d. cubism

22-25. Identify the following artworks.

a. impressionism b. post impressionism c. fauvism d. expressionism
e. cubism f. futurism g. abstract h. Dadaism
i. surrealism j. non-objectivism k. pop art l. optical art
m. conceptual art n. installation art o. neo Dadaism p. performance art
22. 23. 24. 25.

26. preliminary activity done to prepare the body for actual physical activity; can be general or sports-specific.
a. gradual work-out b. physical fitness c. warm-up d. agility test
27. variables in your lifestyle and genetics that may lead to certain diseases; include age, gender, nutrition, body weight,
physical activity, and health habits.
a. recreation activities b. risk factors c. lifestyle d. BMI
28. this may refer to energy consumed equals energy expended
a. weight gain b. weight maintenance c. BMI d. weight loss
29. activities done during ones leisure time both for relaxation and enjoyment
a. risk factors b. recreation activities c. physical fitness d. Zumba
30. this may refer to energy consumed is greater than energy expended
a. weight gain b. weight maintenance c. BMI d. weight loss
31. refers to physical activity and movement intended to keep a person fit and healthy.
a. physical fitness b. agility test c. exercise d. BMI
32. a cardinal principle of exercise which refers to the desire of the athlete to be on the top level.
a. gradual work-outs b. warming up c. motivation d. strength
33. a rough measure of body composition that is useful for classifying the health risks of body weight.
a. Body Mass Index b. risk factors c. physical fitness d. exercise
34. the way in which an individual lives; includes the typical patterns of an individuals behavior like everyday routine at
home, in school, or at work; eating, sleeping, and exercise habits, and many others; are related to elevated or reduced
health risk.
a. recreation activities b. risk factors c. lifestyle d. BMI
35. this may refer to energy consumed is less than energy expended
a. weight gain b. weight maintenance c. BMI d. weight loss
36. a cardinal principle of exercise which refers to the level of body limits.
a. gradual work-outs b. capacity level c. motivation d. strength
37. which of the following is not stretching activity?
a. zigzag hopping b. knee bend/squat c. inner thigh stretch d. shoulder rolls
38. is a financial agreement between a company and an individual or group for the payment of health care costs.
a. Philhealth b. health insurance c. DOH d. HMO
39. a practitioner specialized for care and prevention in illness of senior citizen
a. gastroenterologist b. surgeon c. geriatrician d. gynecologist
40. it is a form of energy medicine where long thin needles are inserted to the specific parts of the body to affect the
energy flow.
a. ventosa cupping massage b. acupressure c. reflexology d. acupuncture
41. refers to fraudulent promotion, sales, or advertisement of various products
a. quackery b. health insurance c. DOH d. HMO
42. is a qualified person who delivers proper health care in a systematic way to any individual in need of health care
a. health professional b. Medical doctors c. Dentist d. nurse
43. a form of quackery which includes cures, treatments, and remedies of various health conditions that are drugless or
bloodless in nature.
a. nutrition quackery b. device quackery c. medical d. dental
44. a practitioner specialized for ear, nose, and throat.
a. gastroenterologist b. otologist c. otolaryngologist d. gynecologist
45. is a procedure done by placing inverted glasses on specific points of the body.
a. ventosa cupping massage b. acupressure c. reflexology d. acupuncture
46-48 Unscramble the letters to form each herb in column A. Read column B for the medicinal value of each herb.
__________46. G U D N A L I For cough and asthma
__________47. B A S M N G O For urinary stones
__________48. PLAUKAOC for ringworm and other skin infections.
49-50 Complete the criteria below by supplying the missing letters. Use the descriptions as your guide.
49. C _ _ D _ B _ _ _ T Y - This tells about the source and regency of the information.
50. _ _ N T _ _ T - This tells about the accuracy, disclaimer, and completeness of information.
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