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Republic of the Philippines Name: Pages No.

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Department of Education
Region X: Northern Mindanao Subject: MAPEH 9 Date:
Division of Ozamiz City
Class Schedule: Proctor:
MALAUBANG INTEGRATED SCHOOL
High School Department
EXAMINATION PERIOD: 2nd Quarter Exam Teacher: Rodolfo R. Saligan Jr. Yr & Sec:

Test I: MULTIPLE CHOICE


Direction. Shade the circle that corresponds to the correct answer. Erasures are not allowed.

0 0 0 0 1. These are dances intended primarily to get to know other people in attendance to a certain social function.
a. Dance Mixers b. Hip Hop Dances c. Social Dances d. Cheer dance
0 0 0 0 2. It is a type of social dance that allow group of performers to change partners periodically while dancing to allow
chance to get to know other members of the performing group.
a. Dance sports b. Dance grooves c. Dance mixers d. Dance moves
0 0 0 0 3. The "Tango" dance came from which country?
a. Dominican Republic b. Cuba c. Argentina d. Spain
0 0 0 0 4. Social Dances are the same with dance sports.
a. TRUE b. FALSE
0 0 0 0 5. What is the general term referring to the Dos and Don’ts in social dancing?
a. behaviour b. demeanour c. character d. etiquette
0 0 0 0 6. Which of the following attire appropriate for males in modern standard dances?
a. Black/white shirt b. sweat shirt c. long sleeves d. coat and tie
0 0 0 0 7. Which is NOT TRUE about social dances?
a. Social Dances are usually performed in pairs
b. Social Dances are from Africa
c. Social Dances are ballroom dances
d. Social dances are performed in social gathering
0 0 0 0 8. Suits for Modern Standard dances are Formal.
a. TRUE b. FALSE
0 0 0 0 9. Cha-cha-cha came from what country?
a. Argentina b. Spain c. Cuba d. Puerto Rico
0 0 0 0 10. Waltz is a social dance which is commonly dance in what event?
a. debut b. wedding c. graduation d. christening
0 0 0 0 11. Social Dances are classified into 2 groups
a. Latin American and European Dance
b. Latin American and Modern Hip-hop
c. Latin American and Contemporary Dance
d. Latin American and Modern Standard Dance
0 0 0 0 12. Dance sport is for competition purposes only.
a. TRUE b. FALSE
0 0 0 0 13. The following are dance etiquettes that should be considered in a social dancing activity except:
a. wear appropriate dancing attire c. ask someone promptly to dance with
b. insist a difficult step with your partner d. follow good grooming
0 0 0 0 14. “May I have this dance?” This line implies that
a. a boy who treats a girl with respect in dancing
b. a boy forcing a girl to dance
c. a boy with no one to dance with pleading
d. a boy who wishes to dance with somebody
0 0 0 0 15. Which of the following, aside from fitness, can be developed if one engages in social dancing activities?
a. respect b. sense of community c. courtesy d. all of the above
0 0 0 0 16. Being polite (thanking or complimenting your partner) and accompanying your partner back to the seat is included to
which dance etiquette?
a. On the dance floor b. No fault dancing c. Personal Grooming d. What to wear
0 0 0 0 17. Which of the following best describes social dances?
a. Social dances are for pairs only
b. Social dances can be competed
c. Social dances are dances that improve social skills and fitness
d. Social dances are dances that entertain people in attendance to a social function
0 0 0 0 18. How would you best use the knowledge and skills learned in social dancing to enhance your community’s fitness
a. I will render an intermission number with my partner during fiestas
b. I will make social dancing my lifetime fitness activity
c. I will share my skills by teaching community folks, young and old, about social dances
d. I will coordinate with community officials in conducting a social dancing program for the community
0 0 0 0 19. How do social dances contribute to one’s fitness and well-being?
a. They help make one physically engaged and active preventing lifestyle diseases
b. They cure lifestyle diseases
c. The help prevent sedentary lifestyle-related diseases
d. They develop one’s talent in dancing
0 0 0 0 20. The following are dance etiquettes that should be considered in a social dancing activity EXCEPT ONE:
a. Wear appropriate dancing attire
b. Insist in executing difficult dance steps including aerial combinations with your partner
c. Ask someone promptly if you wish to dance with him or her
d. Always follow counter clockwise as line of direction social dancing
0 0 0 0 21. “May I have this dance?” This line implies…
a. A boy who treats a girl with respect even in dancing
b. A boy forcing a girl to dance
c. A boy with no one to dance with pleading
d. A boy who wishes to dance with somebody
0 0 0 0 22. Which of the following, aside from fitness, can be developed if one engages in social dancing activities?
a. respect b. sense of community c. courtesy d. all of them
0 0 0 0 23. The following are reasons why fitness is a universal concern EXCEPT ONE:
a. We face different challenges everyday so we have to keep ourselves fit all the time to overcome them
b. Everyone needs to be physically fit to meet daily physical challenges
c. One can influence the community fitness consciousness effectively if he or she fosters fitness and well-being
d. To be a good athlete or player in a certain sport
0 0 0 0 24. What happens if one doesn’t have a physically active lifestyle?
a. He/she is prone to weight gain, obesity which may lead to diabetes and other cardio- vascular diseases
b. He/she will not be physically fit
c. He/she will become sickly
d. He/she will become fat
0 0 0 0 25. In social dancing, a boy leads while a girl follows. What values can be developed in such training?
a. Leadership b. obedience c. respect d. all of them

Test II: Complete the diagram below by supplying the missing terms.

Primary Colors:
RED 1. Red
2.
3.
1.
Secondary Colors:
6. 2. 1. Green
2.
YELLOW ORANGE VIOLET 3.
5. Tertiary/Intermediate Colors:
1.Yellow Green
4. 3. 2.
BLUE 3.
YELLOW 4.
GREEN 5.
6.

Test III: Enumerate the following:


1-6. Elements of arts
7-10. Principles of design