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MUSIC

DIRECTIONS: Encircle the letter of the correct answer.

1. It is called “The Age of Reason”.


a. Medieval b. Renaissance c. Baroque d. Classical
2. The term for Italian opera also known as comic opera was spiced with sight gags,
naughty humor and social satire.
a. Opera b. Comic opera c. Opera Buffa d. Opera Seria
3. It is a multi-movement work for solo instrument
a. Symphony b. Sonata c. Concerto d. Cantata
4. A musical work with different movements for an instrumental soloist and orchestra
a. Symphony b. Sonata c. Concerto d. Rondo
5. A musical composition designed to played by the whole orchestra, generally in four
movements
a. Symphony b. Sonata c. Concerto d. Cantata
6. A section of the sonata allegro form where the themes are introduced
a. Exposition b. Development c. Recapitulation d. Theme and
variation
7. It repeats the themes as they first emerged in the opening exposition
a. Exposition b. Development c. Recapitulation d.Sonata
8. The general texture of Classical music
a.Monophonic b. Homophonic c. Heterophonic d.
Polyphonic
9. The term for serious opera
a. Opera b. Comic Opera c. Opera Buffa d.
Opera Seria
10.The most important form that was developed during the Classical Era and usually the
form of the first movement of a sonata or symphony
a. Minuet b. Sonata Allegro c. Rondo d. Symphony
11. He was named as “Father of the Symphony”.
a. Ludwig Van Beethoven b. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
c. Franz Joseph Haydn d. Thomas Morley
12. He composed wonderful concertos, symphonies, and operas such as “The Marriage of
Figaro”.
a. Ludwig Van Beethoven b. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
c. Franz Joseph Haydn d. Thomas Morley
13. His works include the “Missa Solemnis” and opera “Fidelio”.
a. Ludwig Van Beethoven b. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
c. Franz Joseph Haydn d. Thomas Morley
14. A special type of broken chord accompaniment where the chord is played in this
order: lower note- highest note-middle note then repeats the pattern to create a smooth,
sustained, flowing sound
a. Alberti Bass b. Allegro c. Andante d. Cadenza
15. The middle part of the sonata-allegro form where in themes are being developed
a. Exposition b. Development c. Recapitulation d.Sonata

ARTS
1. It means “an irregular shaped pearl”.
a. Renaissance b. Baroque c. Medieval d.
Sculpture
2. “Ecstasy of St. Teresa” is the artwork of _______.
a. Bernini b. Rembrandt c. Rubens d. Raphael
3. One of his famous works is the “Conversion of St. Paul”.
a. Caravaggio b. Bernini c. Rembrandt
d. Rubens
4. He is known as the greatest Baroque sculptor.
a.Velasquez b. Rembrandt c. Bernini d. Rubens
5. “The Maids of Honour” is the artwork of_______.
a. Velasquez b. Bernini c. Rembrandt d.
Rubens
6. It is the period of economic progress and artistic experimentation.
a. Renaissance b. Baroque c. Medieval d.
Sculpture
7. The greatest cathedral building of the Renaissance Period was the rebuilding of
________.
a. Miag-ao Church in Iloilo b. Saint Agostino Church in Rome
c. St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome d. Santa Maria Church in Ilocos Sur
8. One of the churches were built on top of a hill,serving as citadel during times of crisis.
a. Miag-ao Church in Iloilo b. Saint Agostino Church in Rome
c. St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome d. Santa Maria Church in Ilocos Sur
9. He is a painter and known as “Renaissance man” because of his intellect, interest,
talent and his expression of humanist and classical values.
a.Michelangelo Simoni b. Leonardo Da Vinci c.Raffaelo Urbino d. Donato Bardi
10. One of Leonardo Da Vinci‘s work and it is the famous and most parodied portrait.
a. The Last Supper b. Pieta c. Mona Lisa d. David
11.His artworks include the “Equestrian Monument of Gattamelata”
a.Donatello b.Michelangelo c.Leonardo da Vincid.Rafael
12.His artworks include the “Mona Lisa”
a.Donatello b.Michelangelo c.Leonardo da Vincid.Rafael
13.His artworks include the “Sistine Madonna”
a.Donatello b.Michelangelo c.Leonardo da Vincid.Rafael
14.His artworks include the “Last Supper”
a.Donatello b.Michelangelo c.Leonardo da Vincid.Rafael
15.His artworks include the “Pieta”
a.Donatello b.Michelangelo c.Leonardo da Vincid.Rafael

PHYSICAL EDUCATION
DIRECTIONS: Write the letter of the correct answer.
1. Which of the following is a term used to refer to dances primarily intended to get to know other people in a
certain formal or semi-formal occasion?
a. ballroom dances b. dancesport c. festival dances d. social dances
2. What is the general term referring to the DOs and DON’Ts in social dancing?
a. behaviour b. character c. dance demeanor d. dance etiquette
3. Social dances are of two classifications namely, Latin American and Modern Standard Dances. Which of the
following is an example of Modern Standard Dances?
a. cha-cha-cha b. jive c. rumba d. waltz
4. Which of the following is the attire appropriate for males in Modern Standard Dances?
a. black/white shirt c. black/white sweat shirt
b. black/white long sleeves d. coat and tie
5. Social dancing can prevent some diseases, caused by sedentary lifestyle, if regularly performed. Which of the
following does NOT belong to the group?
a. diabetes b. lung cancer c. obesity d. weight gain
6. 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

7. 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
8. 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

9. “It takes two to Tango.” What does this quote mean?


a. A Tango requires two individuals to dance
b. One cannot exist without the other
c. It takes two to make any endeavor work
d. There should always be two individuals dancing the Tango
10. 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 counterclockwise as line of direction social dancing
11. “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
12. 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
13. The following are reasons why fitness is a universal concern EXCEPT ONE:
a. We face different challenges everyday and it’s just but proper to keep ourselves fit all the time if
we are 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
14. 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
15. 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

HEALTH
A. Write the letter of the correct answer.
1.Drugs that speed up a person's central nervous system and have the opposite effect of depressants.
a. Stimulant drugs b. Narcotics c. Hallucinogens d. Inhalants
2. Drugs which relieve pain and induce sleepiness, these drugs are administered in moderation to patients with
mental disorders and those in severe pain like cancer.
a. Stimulant drugs b. Narcotics c.Hallucinogens d. Inhalants
3. Which of the following is the most commonly used illicit drugs?
a. Marijuana b. Heroin c. Ecstasy d. Cocaine
4. Drugs which distorts reality and facts and affects all senses and makes a user see, hear and feel things that
don’t exist in the time being.
a. Stimulant drugs b. Heroin c. Hallucinogens d. Inhalants
5. Which of the following is a symptom of drug dependence?
a. Increase heart rate c. Loss of appetite
b. Depression and craving for more of drugs d. Flashback
6. It is a substances or chemicals which when taken into the body have psychological, emotional and behavioral
effects on a person.
a. Drugs b. Cigarettes c. alcohol d. Chemical
7. Depressant drugs slow down a person’s central nervous system. Which of the following is an example of a
depressant drugs?
a. Cocaine b. Marijuana c. Barbiturates d. Shabu
8. Which of the following is the negative effect of using Stimulant drugs?
a. Relax muscles and nerves c. Depression and tiredness
b. Brain damage and coma d. Liver damage
9. It is the condition of a body to adapt to the effects of substance to the body thus requiring an even larger
amount of the substance to experience the same physiological and mental effect experienced when taking the
smaller dosage.
a. Drug abuse b. Drug Dependence c. Drug Tolerance d. Drug Misuse
10.Gateway drugs are legal drugs that a non-drug user might try, which can lead him/her to more dangerous
drugs. Which of the following is an example of gateway drugs?
a. Marijuana b. Shabu c. Alcohol d. Cigarettes
B. Write True if the statement is true and False if it is false.
11. Teenagers who engage in drug use and abuse tend to have poor academic performance and drop out of
school.
12. Drugs of abuse help in the digestion of food.
13. Caffeine is a stimulant which is found in soft drinks, energy drinks, coffee, tea and chocolate.
14. The effects of inhalants are similar to the effects of alcohol intoxication.
15. Drug dependence is the state of physical and psychological dependence on drugs by a person following its
continuous use and abuse.