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School Year 2018-2019

Name:________________________________Grade &Section:____________________Score:______________

Write the letter of the correct answer on the space provided.

______1.What do you call the process of beating of cotton balls using a bamboo stick?
a. Pinapalo b. Binatbatan c. Tinalik d. Inabel
______2.Famous weaved mats of Pangasinan were made from raffia leaves which is also known
a. Rattan b. Silag c. Buri d. Coconut Leaves
______3. It is a fabric used by the Bontocs in making their G-strings and lufid.
a. Ikat b. Siniwsiwan c. Inabel d. Tindik
______4. It is the most dominant color used in Ikat.
a. white b. red c. yellow d. blue
______5. Inawin designs of “ginaspala” were composed of _______.
a. continuous horizontal lines c. continuous zigzag lines
b. continuous diagonal lines d. continuous vertical lines
______ 6. It is a basket used for catching fish.
a. Bobo b. legma c. lambat d. suklang
______7.It is a cloth which is a very important part of dowry in Bontoc.
a. Siniwsiwan b. Inabel c. Tinalik d. Ikat
______8.A clothing used by Ivatans to protect themselves from heat and rain.
a.Suklang b. Lufid c. Bakwat d. Vakul
______9. It is a belt used by mothers after giving birth made by Gaddang weavers of Nueva Viscaya.
a.Suklang b. Lufid c. Bakwat d. Vakul
______10. What is the frst step in paper mache making?
a. Prepare all the materials needed.
b. Soak paper in water.
c. Combine glue and water.
d. Display the finish product.
______11. It is atown in Laguna which is known for woodcarving.
a. Biñan b. Paete c. Los Baños d. Sta. Rosa
______12. Why is weaving popular among tribal people?
a. It is part of family’s wealth.
b. Weaving is part of their culture.
c. Many tribal people wear woven clothing for style.
d. It is part of their advocacy.
______13. What Filipino values does long process of cloth and mat weaving display?
a. Creativity b. Artistry c. Patience d. Crab mentality
______14. It is a method of textile production in which two distinct sets of yarns or threads are
interlaced to form an artwork.
a. Weaving b. Painting c. Drawing d. Sculpture
______15. It is one of the most popular festivals in Quezon in honor to San Isidro de Labrador.
a. Pahiyas b. Ati- atihan c. Kasadyaan d. Maskara
______16. Baskets, bags and slippers from Bicol were made from _______ fibers.
a. Abaca b. Buri c. Rattan d. Pinya
______17. Why do native Filipinos create pots?
a. It is used to hold their dead loved ones.
b. It is used for art activity.
c. Native loves pottery.
d. It is part of their culture.
______18. It is a festival celebrated in Baguio City?
a. Pahiyas b. Moriones c. Maskara d. Pangabenga

______19. It is ajar which is found in Palawan and considered as one of the precious artifacts in the
a. Leta-leta b. Burnay c. Manunggul d. Banga
______20. It is the “balisong” capital of the Philippines.
a. Bulacan b. Bataan c. Baguio d. Batangas
______21. It is a place in Central Luzon which is known for giant lanterns.
a. Tarlac b. Pampanga c. Bulacan d. Zambales
______22. It is a colorful decorations made from glutinous rice coated thinly on a special leaves and
cooked over low fire.
a. Bibingka b. Kiping c. Duman d. Malagkit
______23. Why are Ifugaoscalled the hillside dwellers?
a. They live inside the well.
b. They live beside the hills.
c. They love to stay in the mountain.
d. They are mountain people.
______24. It is a fertility symbols used by the Ifugaos.
a. Necklace b. Lingling-o c. Ring d. Bracelet
______25. Which of the following is NOT an ingredient in loom weaving?
a. Tilar b. Sinulid c. Inabel d. Patience