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CANDUMAN NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL FIRST PERIODICAL TEST IN MAPEH 2 (DAY AND NIGHT) Directions: Read each test

item carefully. Write the letter of the correct answer on your answer sheet. A. MUSIC 1. All of the following, except one, are characteristics of folk songs. Which one is not. A. They tell about the lives of the people in the community B. They have no original text C. Most of them have no standard form D. They are generally sung on four voices Which of these in a Visayan serenade or harana? A. They tell about the lives of the people in the community B. They have no original text C. Most of them have no standard form D. They are generally sung on four voices Which of these is seasonal song? A. Usahay B. PobrengAlindahaw C. Leron, LeornSinta D. Bahay Kubo What is one of Spains contribution to Philippine music? A. Sacred church music B. New musical style like jazz and rock n roll C. Music with romantic and poetic content D. Music which convey political, socio-economical problem

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Who is named the Father of Zarzuela? A. Severino Reyes B. NicanorAbelardo C. Alejandro Cuvero D. PascualPoblete 6. It is Americas form of entertainment that showcases talents from singers, actors, dancers, magicians tap dancers, comedians, and others. A. Pop rock B. Vaudeville C. Road show D. Silent movie 7. Salidomay is a welcome song of what tribal group of the Cordilleras A. Kalinga B. Ifugao C. Ibaloi D. Bagobo 8. It is an indigenous musical instrument of the igorots which is a flat gong made of bronze and played with a mallet or with bare hands. A. Bunkaka B. Kalutang C. Gangsa D. Diwis diwis 9. Which of the following are folk songs of the Islamic culture of Mindanao? A. O apo, O apo and Kanugon B. Salidomay and Dang-dang-ay C. Dilay-on and tgasnolon D. Chua-ay and O 10. It is an indigenous musical instrument of the igorots which is a flat gong made of bronze and played with a mallet or with bare hands. A. Bunkaka B. Kalutang C. Gangsa D. Diwis diwis B. ART 11. It is the most prevailing theme of Asian Art. A. Religion B. Nature C. Politics D. Economy 12. He was the best known Japanese woodblock print maker under the Togukawa regime A. Hukosai B. Kanagawa C. Asoka D. Batussai 13. What Asian country is known for Ikebana the flower arrangement and origami the art of paper folding? A. China B. India C. Japan D. Indonesia 14. What are known by Indonesians and Japanese artist in their theater plays? A. Bandanas B. Masks C. Hats D. Helmets 15. What architectural masterpiece is India famous for? A. Norodudor B. TajMahal C. Pagoda D. Rock-cut Temple 16. Which is a characteristics of Chinese paintings? A. It portrays the varied occupations of its people B. It frequently represents plants, flowers, animals and other natural forms C. It depicts social realism D. It is mainly religious in nature 17. Chinese influence in the Philippines is largely in this aspect rather than social or cultural. A. Economic B. Political C. Religious D. Civic 18. What did ancient Filipinos use the big porcelain jars for? A. As grain containers B. As burial jars C. As urine containers D. As house decors 19. It is a ritual composed of chanting and gong beating to invite good harvest. A. Melodramatic B. Kabuki C. Wayang-kulit D. Magico-memetic 20. What is one characteristics of Japanese art? A. It is more people-oriented B. It is usually about temples C. It uses monochromatic color harmony D. It uses plain and simple designs C. PHYSICAL EDUCATION 21. Which is the correct formula for computing body mass index? A. Weight (in kg) B. Weight (in kg) Height (in meter) squared Height (in meters) C. Height (in meters) D. Height (in meters) Weight (in kg) Weight (in kg)

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22. With your right hand, reach over your right shoulder and the same time, place your left behind your back to try to touch the fingers of the right hand. A. Sit and reach B. Shoulder stretch C. Partial curl-ups D. Stride jump 23. Face down on the floor with your hands facing upward under your right thighs. Slowly lift your upper body upward to a maximum height of 30 cm. A. Trunk lift B. Right angle push-ups C. Shoulder stretch D. Side leg raise 24. Lie on your back with knees bent and feet close to buttocks. Contract the buttocks muscles. Lift buttocks and lower back off the floor until there is no bend on the hip joint, lower hips to the floor and repeat. A. Push-up B. Prone arm lift C. Bridging D. Trunk lift 25. It measures the ability of the heart, lungs, circulatory system and the muscles to transport and utilize oxygen during physical activities. A. 1 km B. 50 m sprint C. Standing long jump D. Knee push up 26. It measures the strength and endurance of the abdominal muscles? A. Stride jump B. Partial curl-ups C. Trunk lift D. High-knee jog 27. It measures the width of the shoulder and length of both arms. A. Sit and reach B. Shoulder stretch C. Partial curl-ups D. High knee jog 28. The physical fitness is administered ________________ A. At the beginning of the SY and at the end of the SY B. At the beginning of the SY C. At the end of the SY D. Every grading period 29. Aerobic dance is a good exercise for ___________________ A. Cardio-respiratory endurance B. Endurance in the buttocks muscles C. Endurance in the thigh muscles D. Speed 30. For a de-conditioned beginning stepper in aerobics, the step height is ____________ A. 12 inches B. 10 inches C. 8 inches D. 4 inches D. HEALTH 31. All of the following except one are reason why we need to have regular health examination. Which one is not? A. It helps the students observe proper health habits B. It helps doctors diagnose health problems C. It prevents some disease from getting worse D. It helps teachers determine who are qualified for promotion 32. In a vision test using the SnellenChart who has a normal vision? A. A person who has 20/20 vision B. A person who has 20/25 vision C. A person who has a 20/100 vision D. A person who has 20/200 vision 33. How is tuning fork used for hearing? A. Tap the tuning fork with fingers and place it near his ear B. Hold the tuning fork at the base strike gently on the of the student table or desk to produce vibration, then place it near the student ear C. Let the student hold the base of the tuning fork place it D. Strike 2 tuning fork against each other and let the near to his ear and listen to the sound student describe the sound heard 34. What is the normal pulse rate A. 50 -60 beats/m B. 70 90 beats/m C. 90-100 beats/m D. 100 120 beats/m 35. What disease is transmitted by mosquitoes called aegypti? A. Dengue B. Malaria C. Yellow fever D. Filariasis 36. How do we avoid gastro intestinal infection like diarrhea typhoid fever and dysentery? A. Reuse paper, aluminum, cans and glass bottles B. Observe proper disposal of garbage C. Avoid using products which contains harmful chemicals D. Store pesticides safely 37. Left-over foods yards cutting fruits, vegetables peelings and biodegradable materials. What is meant by biodegradable? A. Waste materials from home B. Materials that can be recycled C. Materials that decay D. Materials that do not decay 38. Which is an effect of air pollution? A. Gastro intestinal disease B. Respiratory diseases C. Hearing impairment D. Death of aquatic animals 39. What air pollutant comes from aerosol spray Freon gases from refrigerators, freezers and air condition units? A. Carbon monoxide B. Hydrocarbons C. Fluorocarbons D. Nitrogen oxide 40. What is one of effect of the depletion of the ozone layer? A. Global warming B. Respiratory disease C. Gastro intestinal diseases D. Brain damage and kidney problems

CANDUMAN NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL FIRST PERIODICAL TEST IN MAPEH 4 Directions: Read each test item carefully. Write the letter of the correct answer on your answer sheet. A. MUSIC 1. What is Pop music? A. Music recorded in tapes and compact discs

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C. Live music played on parks and malls D. Who was considered as the King of Rock and Roll in the 1950s? A. Paul McCartney B. Frank Sinatra C. Pat Boone D. Elvis Presley 3. What musical style is characterized by the use strong rhythm with accent on the upbeat and youth oriented lyrics? A. Jazz B. Rock and roll C. Folk music D. Country music th 4. What musical style originated from New Orleans, Louisiana in the 19 century of which improvisation (creating music as it is being played) is its most important element. It is played in syncopated patterns. A. Western music B. Country music C. Folk music D. Jazz music 5. It was a variety show with songs, comedy, juggling, acrobats, and animal acts but without plots. A. Broadway B. Vaudeville C. Disco D. Circus 6. She is a Filipina who became very popular internationally because of her great performance in the broadway Miss Saigon. A. Lea Salonga B. Monique Wilson C. Pinky Amador D. Nora Aunor 7. It is a musical style which is often said to have a trance-like or hypnotic effect and people find it difficult to listen to. A. Minimalistic music B. Chance music C. Electronics music D. Pop music 8. He was called the Claude Debussy of the Philippines for first introducing devices which are technically characteristics of impressionistic music. A. Juan Felipe B. Francisco Santiago C. Antonio Molina D. Lucio San Pedro 9. It conveys expression of true emotions with exaggeration. A. Neoclassicism B. Minimalism C. Impressionism D. Expressionism th 10. He was believed to be the greatest composer of the 20 century who became famous because of his ballet compositions. A. Claude Debussy B. Maurice Ravel C. Arnold Schoenberg D. Igor Stravinsky 2. B. ART 11. Is an art movement which focuses on showing the effects of light on things at different times of the day. A. Impressionism B. Expressionism C. Surrealism D. Cubism th 12. It is an art style in the 20 century whereby the artist shows all sides of an object or shows objects from several positions at one time. A. Cubism B. Dadaism C. Fauvism D. Futurism 13. Who was the best known modern artist of cubism? A. Henry Matisse B. Pablo Picasso C. Marchel Duchamp D. Paul Cezanne 14. Why is modern art difficult to understand? A. It is sometimes not representational; doesnt have to B. The paintings are made up of different colors look like anything C. It is made up of different geometric shapes D. The colors used are dull 15. Who is the foremost Filipino abstract painter who became the National Artist in Visual Arts in 2003? A. Cesar F. Felipe B. Jose T. Joya C. Anita Magsaysay Ho D. Carlos Botong Francisco 16. Who is adjudged as the foremost Filipino muralist? He used the people of his hometown as models for his paintings of heroes and legends, characters of myths. A. Carlos Botong Francisco B. Mauro Malang Santos C. Hernando Ocampo D. Carlos Botong Francisco 17. His colors do not only glow, they glare. Who is the Filipino artist described? A. Vicente Manansala B. Mauro Malang Santos C. Hernando Ocampo D. Carlos Botong Francisco 18. What is the most expensive painting in the world, sold for 82.5 milion dollars in 1990? A. Pieta by Michael Angelo B. Apples in a Pink Tablecloth by Henri Matisse C. The last supper by Leonardo da Vinci D. Dr. Paul Gachet by Van Gogh th 19. What is the most valuable 20 century painting, painted by Pablo Picasso and sold for $51.17 million in Paris, France on November 30, 1986? A. Les Noces de Pierette B. Girl Before a Mirror C. Fruit and a Jug D. Le Jour 20. It is a movement in art characterized by the expression of the activities of unconscious mind and dream elements. A. Surrealism B. Futurism C. Op art D. Dadaism

Any sort of music intended for mass consumption and propagated over the radio and similar media Vocal music accompanied by band instruments

C. PHYSICAL EDUCATION 21. It determines whether the body is of normal weight, underweight, overweight or obese. A. Muscular fitness test B. Physical fitness and sports talent test C. Physiological fitness test D. Body mass index 22. What is the formula for computing body mass index? A. Weight (in kg) B. Weight (in kg) Height (in meter) squared Height (in meters) C. Height (in meters) D. Height (in meters) Weight (in kg) Weight (in kg) 23. What body mass index is considered normal? A. 18.5 24.9 B. Below 18.5 C. 25.0 29.5 D. 30.0 and above 24. It is done by extending both arms straight out to the sides at a 90 degrees angle from the body while standing erect with back against the wall. A. Stature B. Arm span C. Trunk lift D. Shoulder stretch 25. It measures the strength and power of the upper body and the ability to exert a forceful movement utilizing the muscles of the arms and the upper body. A. Shoulder stretch B. Trunk lift C. Basketball pass D. Sit and reach 26. The purpose of this test is to measure running speed. A. 40-meter sprint B. 4-km run/walk C. Basketball pass D. Standing long jump 27. How often is the Physical Fitness and Sports Talent test administered? A. Once a year B. Twice a year C. Three times a year D. Every grading period 28. It is the ability of the body to remain in position even when one is not moving. A. Agility B. Balance C. Coordination D. Strength 29. If one has a high level balance, he can be a potential _____________________ A. Muscular fitness test B. Physical fitness and sports talent test C. Physiological fitness test D. Body mass index 30. All of the following, except one, are benefits of exercise. Which one is not? A. It makes women less feminine B. It improves the functioning of body tissue C. It improves blood circulation and efficiency of the lungs D. It improves a feeling of well-being to supply oxygen D. HEALTH 31. What is the normal pulse rate? A. B. 100-120 beats per minute 50-60 beats per minute C. 90-100 beats per minute D. 60-80 beats per minute 32. Which of the following is not a characteristic of a mentally healthy person? A. Finding the good side of everything and everybody B. Being critical of others C. Accepting criticisms D. Concern for other people 33. How does physical health affect mental health? A. Experiences learned from the past affect ones present B. People who are intelligent can easily cope with their behavior environment C. Persons who are physically healthy tend to be mentally D. Persons dont need to be mentally healthy to be healthy as well physically healthy. 34. Which statement is true? A. Habits are inherited B. A peaceful and happy family normally produces a healthy individual C. Parents behavior cannot influence childrens behavior D. Well-nourished persons tend to be overactive and aggressive 35. Which of the following are serious eating disorders? A. Anorexia and bulimia B. Dementia and paranoia C. Neurosis and catatonia D. Hybephrenia and phobia 36. What is the best way to deal with problems? A. Keep the problems to yourself B. Face the problems and find ways to solve them C. Let other people solve your problems D. Ignore the problems in due time they will disappear 37. All of the following, except one, are helpful ways of dealing with mentally ill individuals. Which one is not? A. They should be given with proper care and attention B. In worst cases, bring them to a mental institution where they can be given medical attention C. Treat them with love and understanding D. Advise them to try to solve their own problem 38. It refers to the many physical, mental, and social changes that an individual experiences throughout his life cycle. A. Dementia B. Aging C. Deterioration D. Depression 39. Losing someone you love is very painful experience. Which of these is a healthy reaction? A. Denial B. Anger C. Acceptance D. Depression 40. Which of these statements is not true. A. All old people suffer from loss of memory and are B. Establishing healthy behavior and being mentally unable to carry on with normal activities healthy during younger years may delay or lessen the detrimental effects of growing old. C. As a person grows older, most part of his body start to D. Younger people should deal with older people with weaken. respect and affection