Diagnostic Test Mapeh 9

August 16, 2017 | Author: Barb Biee | Category: Concerto, Classical Period (Music), Composers, Substance Abuse, Pop Culture
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DIAGNOSTIC TEST IN MAPEH 9 2015-2016 DIRECTION: Encircle the letter of the correct answer. MUSIC 1. Popular music during the latter part of Medieval Period which is not bound by Catholic traditions. A. Sacred Music C. Instrumental Music B. Secular Music D. Solo Music 2. The event that paved the way for a wide distribution of Renaissance Period’s compositions. A. The invention of printing B. Martin Luther’s protestant reformation C. The discovery of earth’s actual position in the solar system D. The invention of compass that enhanced navigation 3. Which statement is true about the Baroque Period? A. Known for the simplicity of the musicians B. Music compositions are accessible C. Early composers favoured homophonic texture. D. Melodies are less dynamic 4. A concerto referring to a presentation with full orchestra and a soloist. A. Concerto Grosso C. Basso Continu B. Solo Concerto D Tutti 5. The most important form that was developed during the classical era and was usually the form of the first movement of a sonata or symphony was called A. MINUET B. RONDO C. SONATA ALLEGRO D. SYMPHONY 6. The general texture of Classical music A. MONOPHONIC B. HETEROPHONIC C. HOMOPHONIC D. POLYPHONIC 7. A musical composition designed to be played by the full orchestra A. SYMPHONY B. CONCERTO C. SONATA D. CANTATA 8. It is called “The Age of Reason” A. MEDIEVAL B. BAROQUE C. RENAISSANCE D. CLASSICAL 9. Frederick Chopin wrote most of his music for the following instrument. A. Violin B. Flute C. Piano D. Orchestra 10. Name the composer who bridged the time change from the Classical Period to the Romantic Period. A. Bach B. Bruckner C. Berlioz D. Beethoven 11. Which of these is not one of the characteristics of the romantic period? A. A freedom in writing and designing an intense personal expression of self-emotion B. Has a rich variety of piece types C. Has a shape and unity of the theme D. The textures are more expressive E. None of the above 12. Which one of the following is not a type of programme music? A. Song cycle B. Concert overture C. Symphonic poem D. Incidental music 13. German composer who developed lieder. A. Franz Lizst B. Franz Haydn C. Johann Goethe D. Franz Schubert 14. Romantic vocal forms like the art song and operas were mostly about; A. Fantasy B. Resurrection C. Advent D. Halloween 15. French composer who became famous for his opera “Carmen”. A. Georges Bizet B. G. Verdi C. G. Puccini D.Richard Wagner

ARTS 16. It is method of painting water-based pigments on a freshly applied plaster usually on a wall surfaces. a. Encaustic b. Fresco c. Acrylic d. Tropme-l’-oeil 17. It is a method of applying pigments mixed with beeswax and fixed with heat after its application a. Encaustic b. Fresco c. Acrylic d. Tropme-l’-oeil 18. An art process where you create an image using an assemblage of small pieces of colored glass, stones, or other materials a. Stained glass b. collage c. mosaics d. Tropme-l’-oeil 19. A stone coffin, often inscribed or decorated with sculpture a. Tomb b. megaliths c. pyramid d. sarcophagus 20. 1. It means “rebirth” a. Renaissance b. Baroque c. Sculpture 21. 2. It means “an irregularly shaped pearl” a. Renaissance b. Baroque c. Architecture 22. Which among the 3 choices is not an artist of the Renaissance Period? a. Da Vinci b. Michelangelo c. Bernini 23. A type of artwork from the Renaissance period which was characterized by its symmetry and balance a. Painting b. Sculptures c. Architecture 24. Neoclassical movement is known as the Age of Reason or Age of ________. a. Enlightenment b. Enrichment c. Pessimistic 25. Neoclassical sculptures looked inspirations to Roman styles during the time of ________. a. Alexander the Great b. Michelangelo c. Leonardo 26. Romanticism is the movement that has the idea about the expression of ________. a. Emotion b. love c. structure 27. Spoliarium is a masterpiece of ________. a. Juan Luna b. Nicanor Abelardo c. Juan Dela Cruz 28. The Greek and Roman theater arts started during _________. a. Ancient Period b. Medieval Period c. Renaissance Period d. Romantic Period 29. Romeo and Juliet tragedy was written by____________. a. Christopher Marlowe b. Georges Bizet c. Victor Hugo d. William Shakespeare 30. A play characterized by its humorous or satirical tone. a. Comedy b. Drama c. Melodrama d. Tragedy PHYSICAL EDUCATION 31. What system in sports is used to maintain order and fairness in implementing rules? A. Sports Officiating B. Sports Science C. Sports Psychology D. Sports Youth 32.In games which require the official to run continuously, what fitness component should the official possess? A. Balance B. Endurance C. Power D. Strength 33.For sports officials to have lean muscles, what type of food should they eat? A. Carbohydrates B. Fats C. Iron D. Protein 34. What is the BEST value that a sports official must possess? A. Fairness B. Unjust C. Punctuality D. All of the above 35. Which of the following is a cultural dance performed to the strong beats of percussion instruments by a community of people sharing the same culture usually done in honor of a Patron Saint or in thanksgiving of a bountiful harvest? a. Cultural dance b. festival dance c. folk dance d. social dance 36. The following festivals EXCEPT ONE are celebrated in honor of Sto. Niňo: a. Ati-atihan b. Bangus Festival c. Dinagyang Festival d. Sinulog Festival 37. Each festival is uniquely different with the other festivals. What do you call the gathering and battle of all festivals within the country? a. Aliwan Fiesta b. Dinagyang Festival c. Festival of festivals d. Mother of all festivals 38. Which of the following is a source of energy which we need in order to perform our daily routine? a. Bread b. cereals c. vegetables d. all of the above

39. Activities done during free time is called Recreation. What is the primary reason why one engages in recreational activity? a. Fun b. Fitness c. Enjoyment d. Fundamentals 40. In a badminton and volleyball games, a team can win a point if a. He wins rally b. He plays honestly c. He commits a violation d. He enjoys smashing shuttles 41. What physical component is needed for a badminton player to quickly return the shuttle? a. Speed b. Agility c. Strength d. Endurance 42. Why did William Morgan invent volleyball? a. To make his clients busy b. To make fun out of nothing c. To make his clients physically fit d. To create an indoor recreational activity during the winter season 43. When trying to plan for your recreational activity, which should be the best thing to keep in mind? a. The activity should be of your interest b. The activity should be away from home c. The activity will give you the chance to earn money d. The activity is held within your comfort zone 44. The way we live our life reflects our lifestyle. Which of the following is a healthy lifestyle that can maintain your desirable weight? a. Exercise one a week b. Proper diet and exercise c. Attending to gyms and taking diet fads d. Enjoying a balance routine in life 45. Badminton had its origin on the game. a. Poona b. Tennis c. Shuttle game d. Court game HEALTH 46. Which best describes community health as an art and science? A. It maintains, protects and improves the health of all members of the community through organized and sustained community efforts. B. It maintains and improves the health of all members of the community through organized and sustained community efforts. C. It protects and improves the health of all members of the community through organized and sustained community efforts. D. It maintains, protects and improves the health of all members of the community 47. Which does not describe a healthy community? A. A clean and safe environment B. An environment that meets everyone’s basic needs C. An environment that promotes social harmony and actively involves everyone D. An environment that is fully aware of its daily opportunities. 48. Which best describes the benefits of a healthy environment? A. Less disease, less health care cost B. Active community involvement C. More budget for health problems, increases supply of medicines D. More community projects for community development 49. Why is it important to follow proper techniques and procedures in giving first aid? A. It may lead to further harm. B. It can replace a nurse or a doctor. C. It can alleviate pain and save lives. D. It gives initial treatment to an injured person. 50. To whom can you apply your knowledge and skills in first aid? A. oneself B. family C. community D. all of the above 51. When do we use primary survey on the victim? A. When the victim is conscious B. When the victim is unconscious C. During the survey of the scene D. After the victim has regained his consciousness 52. Injuries happen at any time. What should we do to prevent unintentional injuries? A. We must reduce the risk of accidents. B. We must practice safety measures at all times. C. We must equip ourselves with proper knowledge and skills in first aid D. All of the above 53. Which is the correct sequence in doing emergency action principle? A. Survey the scene. B.Check for responsiveness. C. Do primary survey of the victim. D.Do secondary victim of the victim.

54 - 60 Write True if the statement is true and false if it is false. 54. Stimulants, depressants, hallucinogens, narcotics and inhalants are drugs of abuse. ____ 55. Teenagers who engage in drug use and abuse are prone to drop-out and fail in their academic performance. ____ 56. Taking small amounts of drugs of abuse will not make a person an addict in the long run. ____ 57. There are healthy and enjoyable things to do than taking drugs. ____ 58. Nothing can stop a person if s/he is determined to commit suicide. _____ 59. Domestic violence occurs in all cultures, communities and classes. _____ 60. Alcohol and drug use are risk factors related to intentional injuries. ______ ANSWER KEY: 1. B 2. A 3. C 4. B 5. C 6. C 7. A 8. D 9. C 10. D 11. E 12. A 13. D 14. A 15. A 16. B 17. A 18. C 19. D 20. A 21. B 22. C 23. C 24. A 25. A 26. A 27. A 28. A 29. D 30. A

31. A 32. C 33. D 34. A 35. B 36. B 37. A 38. D 39. C 40. A 41. B 42. D 43. A 44. D 45. A 46. A 47. D 48. C 49. A 50. D 51. B 52. D 53. A 54. T 55. T 56. F 57. T 58. F 59. T 60. T

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