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third Periodic Test in MAPEH IV Name: ______________________Section: _____________ Date: __________ Score: ______

I. MUSIC

A.) Direction: Complete the information by filling in the right term/s in the corresponding blanks. Pick the correct answer from the box. Phrase Light Moderate Classical Elegant Melodies

It was a form of revolt against the complexities of the romantic era, the _____________ Period was born. It covered the years from 1750-1820. In general, classical music can be described as ______________, graceful, and refined. The beat was ____________ and the tempo was _______________ with frequent use of ritardando and accelerando. Classical melodies were tuneful and easy to remember, even the long instrument composition were often folk like. ________________ were very regular and of the same length. B.) Direction: Write the corresponding letter of the Classical composers being described. a.) Franz Joseph Haydn b.) Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ 1.) Fondly called as the Father of Symphony. 2.) At age 17, he started to teach himself to compose music by studying the works of other composers. 3.) He serves as the Director of Music to the Ezterhazy family for 30 years. 4.) In London, he was pronounced true child prodigy by a group of learned professors of music after a lengthy examination at age of seven. 5.) Born on March 31, 1732 in Rohrau, Austria. 6.) His greatness in music lies with his ability to improve, develop and refine musical forms and innovations made by others. 7.) During one of his trips in London, he was offered a doctorate degree from Oxford University which he gratefully accepted. 8.) Born in Salzbury, Austria on January 27, 1756 from an equally excellent musician father. 9.) He was blessed with the most sophisticated and very keen ears. 10.) Toward the end of his life an unknown person commissioned him to do a Requiem of Mass for the dead.

II. ARTS

MULTIPLE CHOICE. Select and write the letter of the best answer on space provided. 1.) A type of performing arts wherein we express an idea or emotion through rhythmical movement of the body. a. Theater Arts b. Dance c. Opera d. Cinema 2.) Performing arts concerned with acting out narratives or stories in front of an audience. a. Theater Arts b. Dance c. Opera d. Cinema 3.) A way of expressing ideas, attitudes, feelings, dreams, and fantasies to an audience through images. a. Theater Arts b. Dance c. Opera d. Cinema 4.) She is the great innovator of modern dance. a. Martha Graham b. Isadora Duncan c. Doris Humphrey 5.) Performance wherein the theme of the story is to make the audience laugh. a. Drama b. Horror c. Comedy d. Musical 6.) The personalities or roles in the play enacted by actors. a. Plot b. Theme c. Characters d. Setting 7.) A form of theater which combines songs, dance steps and spoken dialogue. a. Drama b. Musical theater c. Comedy d. Tragedy 8.) The following are the theater staff except for one a. Actor b. Playwright c. Director d. Plot 9.) It was on _______ when color photography was employed in some scenes of Ibong Adarna. a. 1912 b. 1917 c. 1932 d. 1941 10.) The writer of the play to be staged. a. Actor b. Playwright c. Director d. Audience

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III. PHYSICAL EDUCATION

A. MATCHING TYPE. Match the column A with column B. Choose the letter of the best answer. A B a. Peace and Order Committee b. Technical Committee c. Prizes and Awards Committee d. Physical Facilities Committee e. Program and Invitation Committee f. Finance and Resources Committee g. Equipment Committee

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1.) In charge of the preparation of program and inviting guests. 2.) Takes charge of maintaining peace and order in all venues at all times. 3.) Requests the purchase of medals and trophies. 4.) Prepares the necessary facilities and venues needed in the sports events. 5.) Makes sure that equipment for the different sports events are available. 6.) Formulates the rules and regulations in the conduct of the tournament 7.) Prepares the budget proposal.

B. MULTIPLE CHOICE. Select and write the letter of the best answer on space provided. ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ 1.) It is an act of handling functions and responsibilities, controlling situations and directing people towards achieving a common goal. a. management b. supervision c. administration d. leadership 2.) It is an act of guiding or directing the personnel or staff to pursue the action towards the right direction. a. planning b. leading c. controlling d. staffing 3.) Which of the following describes a school sports intramurals? a. It involves several private schools c. It is an athletic competition within the school. b. It involves several public schools d. It involves colleges and universities 4.) Why are school sports intramurals held? a. To apply knowledge & skills learned in P.E. c. To develop cooperation among students b. To choose the outstanding school athletes d. To choose who will qualify for scholarship 5.) Which is not required for a good officiating official? a. game experiences b. good judgment c. physical fitness d. educational attainment LEVELS OF ATHLETIC COMPETITION __________________________________ 5.) __________________________________ __________________________________ 6.) __________________________________ __________________________________ 7.) __________________________________ __________________________________

C. ENUMERATION 1.) 2.) 3.) 4.)

IV. HEALTH
____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________

A. TRUE OR FALSE: Write True if the statement is correct and False if the statement is wrong. 1.) 2.) 3.) 4.) 5.) 6.) 7.) 8.) 9.) 10.) Health consumers refer to those who use health information, products and services. Consumer Health Services are provided by physicians, dentists & other medical professionals. Consumer Health refers to the data and facts about heath products and services Quackery refers to the use of methods to cure diseases that are not scientifically based. Snob Appeal is a kind of advertisement which says that everyone is using the product. The most reliable single source of health information is still the competent physician. A well known people and celebrities are chosen as product endorsers for Humor Appeal. Quacks are people who pretend to have medical skills. Guidelines in buying products and services should be followed to avoid being deceived. Quackery usually brings harm to a sick person.

B. Listed below are the sources of health information. Write R in the space before each number if it is reliable, U if it is unreliable. ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ 1.) 2.) 3.) 4.) 5.) 6.) Family physician Customs and tradition Faith Healer Health personnel in the Health Center Superstitious beliefs Department of Health

third Periodic Test in MAPEH III Name: _______________________Section: _____________ Date: __________ Score: ______

I. MUSIC
A. MATCHING TYPE. Match the column A with column B. Choose the letter of the best answer. A ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ 1.) 2.) 3.) 4.) 5.) The language popularly used by the Indonesians An Indonesian tonal system with 5 tones. An Indonesian musical ensemble. An Indonesian tonal system with 7 tones. A type of Gamelan used to play sacred music INSTRUMENTS OF GAMELAN 1. ________________________________ 2. ________________________________ 3. ________________________________ 4. ________________________________ 5. ________________________________ a. b. c. d. e. B Gamelan Pelog Bahasa Indonesia Balinese Slendro

B. ENUMERATION

II. ARTS
MULTIPLE CHOICE. Select and write the letter of the best answer on space provided. ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ 1.) A theatrical dance presentation with a choreographic or dramatic plot that integrates music, dancing and stage designs. a. tango b. samba c. merengue d. ballet 2.) Which is not a popular dance of Latin America? a. tango b. samba c. merengue d. waltz 3.) What symbol is used to mean peace and fertility in mask-making? a. fish b. lizard c. antelope d. elephant 4.) What Philippine festival is famous for its mask display? a. panagbenga b. sinulog c. ati-atihan d. masskara 5.) What do masks possess that Africans believe in? a. witchcraft b. magical energy c. love potion d. curse 6.) What is the art of staging a play or drama? a. cinema b. theater c. dance c. ritual 7.) They are the famous Greek dramatists except for one. a. Sophocles b. Brecht c. Euripides d. Aristophanes 8.) The best-known gift of the Argentine to the world. a. Merengue b. Ballet c. Tango d. Samba 9.) The first ballet using trained women. a. Comique De La Reine b. Orchesograph c. The Triumph of Love 10.) Who is the famous Filipina ballerina? a. Isadora Duncan b. Marie Salle c. Liza Macuja d. Catherine De Medici 11.) 12. What is the first movie in the Philippines that uses color photography? a. Dalagang Bukid b. Ibong Adarna c. Punyal na Ginto d. The Great Malayan 12.) A popular dance in Venezuela characterized by a soft and attractive hip swing action. a. Merengue b. Ballet c. Tango d. Samba 13.) A way of expressing ideas, attitudes, feelings, dreams, and fantasies to an audience through images. a. Theater Arts b. Dance c. Opera d. Cinema 14.) What is the earliest film recorded that shows the everyday life of people? a. The Arrival of a Train at the Station c. The Life of Dr. Jose P. Rizal b. Ibong Adarna d. The Great Malayan 15.) One of the early filmmakers, regarded filmmaking as a means of entertainment. a. Walt Disney b. Star Cinema c. Lumiere Brothers d. Universal

III. PHYSICAL EDUCATION


IDENTIFICATION. Identify the duties and functions of game officials in volleyball. Write: FR SR First Referee Second Referee SCO LM Scorer Linesmen

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1.) Authorized to overrule the decisions of other officials if he notices that they are mistaken. 2.) Controls the work of the scorer. 3.) Keeps the score sheet according to the rules. 4.) Signals the ball in and out whenever the ball lands in their line. 5.) Executes toss up of each team. 6.) Records the time-outs and player substitution, controlling the number and informs the second referee. 7.) Records the final match results. 8.) Inspects the conditions of the playing area, the ball and other equipment. 9.) Controls the team warm-up. 10.) Checks the position of the players with the line up sheet submitted by the coach before the start and during the game.

IV. HEALTH
IDENTIFICATION. Complete the statements given. Pick the best answer from the box. Write the answer on the space provided. Laser Heart Attack Stroke Ultrasound Cardiovascular Disease Cancer Communicable Diseases High Blood Pressure Non-Communicable Diseases Pneumonia ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ 1.) 2.) 3.) 4.) 5.) 6.) Disease of the heart and blood vessels. A disease in which the blood pressure is consistently higher than normal. A disease that occurs when an area of the heart muscle dies. A disease characterized by body that grow abnormally and tend to spread throughout the body. Are infectious, transferable and can be transmitted by direct and indirect means. These lifestyle diseases are also due to malfunctioning and abnormal condition of the body. It occurs when the blood supply into or within the brain is severely reduced or cut off. A serious contagious disease of the lungs caused by pneumococcus bacteria. Machine that uses radiation to view internal not normally visible by x-ray. It is used to burn tumor.

____________ 7.) ____________ 8.) ____________ 9.) ____________ 10.)

Identify the following diseases. Write C if it is a Communicable Disease and NC if it is a Non Communicable Disease. ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ Enumeration. Ways To Avoid Diseases 1.) 2.) 3.) 4.) 5.) ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ 1. Tuberculosis 2. Common Cold 3. Sore Eyes 4. Influenza 5. Pneumonia ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ 6. SARS 7. AIDS 8. Cancer 9. Diabetes 10. Heart Disease

THIRD Periodic Test in MAPEH II Name: _______________________Section: _____________ Date: __________ Score: ______

I. MUSIC
MATCHING TYPE. Match Column A with Column B. Write only the letter of correct answer on the space provided.
A ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ 1.) 2.) 3.) 4.) 5.) B a.) Tintal b.) New Delhi c.) Tali d.) Vedas e.) Dadra

An ancient Indian scripture from which most Indian music was based. The accented beat of the tala. The shortest kind of tala. The longest kind of tala. Capital of India.

ENUMERATION. Musical Instruments of India 1.) 2.) 3.) 4.) 5.) _______________________________________ _______________________________________ _______________________________________ _______________________________________ _______________________________________

II. ARTS
Direction: Complete the information by filling in the right term/s in the corresponding blanks. Pick the correct answer from the box. India Tajikistan Religion Beliefs History Mountain Lotus Figurines Animals Jewelry

Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan and _______________ are the countries of Central Asia while the South Asian countries are ____________, Bhutan, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. Central and South Asia artworks are almost alike with the other Asian countries. Most of the indigenous and folk arts were greatly influenced by local traditions or ______________, _______________, cultural infusion from foreign countries, ______________ and environmental conditions. The common subject of their artworks are magical, ancient, _______________, _______________ , spirits and fairies, ______________, and rivers. Most of their art forms are stone and woodcarvings, _____________, Persian fabric, carpets and textiles, masks, medallions, ______________ and illuminated manuscripts. IDENTIFICATION. Complete the statements given. Pick the best answer from the box. Write the answer on the space provided. Kolam Stambha ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ Taj Mahal Chaityas Ashoka Stupa Minaret Viharas Ellora Caves Hinduism

1.) Considered as one of the greatest architecture in world made from marble and inlaid gems. 2.) Includes floral and geometric patterns on the floor by the women folk. 3.) A large hemispherical mound Indian monument. 4.) Consist of circular column of shaft slightly tapering towards the summit. 5.) Series of great artificial caves carved out of the living rock.

____________ 6.) ____________ 7.) ____________ 8.) ____________ 9.) ____________ 10.)

He built a great number of stupas. Halls enclosing the stupa. Prayer tower in Taj Mahal where passages from the Koran can be found. Series of great artificial caves carved out of the living rock One of the major religion in India which become one of the bases of their artworks.

III. PHYSICAL EDUCATION


MATCHING TYPE. Match column A with skills in volleyball in column B. Write the letter only. ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ A 1. Offensive skill aiming to kill the ball. 2. Setting up the ball with the use of fingers. 3. Hitting the ball below waist level with one hand to put it in play. 4. Stopping or passing the ball with the use of both hands. 5. Skill applied to prevent the ball from going over the net a. b. c. d. e. B Block Spike Dig Pass Toss Underhand Service

Direction: Identify whose duties and responsibilities are defined below. Write REF - Referee TIM - Timekeeper ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ 1.) 2.) 3.) 4.) 5.) 6.) 7.) UMP COA Umpire Coach SCO 30-OP Scorer 30 Second Operator

____________ 8.) ____________ 9.) ____________ 10.)

He is the official who performs the ball toss. He receives the list and records the members of each team who are going to play. Hes the recognized operator of the game clock. Hes the other official aside from the Referee. He watches the time for the 30-seconds violation. He inspects and approves all the equipment and all the signals used by the officials and their assistants. He furnishes the Scorer with the list of names and numbers of the participating players at least 20 minutes before the start of the game. He make request for charged time-outs. He shall not permit any player to wear objects he thinks are harmful to other players. He has the power to decide on any point not specified on the rules.

IV. HEALTH
ESSAY. 1.) When you are at the right age to get married and start your own family, how many children would you like to have? Why? (5 points) __________________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ 2.) A healthy family is one which the members get along well with one another, fulfill their responsibilities, and care about each other. What particular role do you expect from your father and mother and what you can give them in return? Use the flowchart to help you answer the question. (5 points) Father You Mother

THIRD Periodic Test in MAPEH I Name: _______________________Section: _____________ Date: __________ Score: ______

I. MUSIC
MULTIPLE CHOICE. Select and write the letter of the best answer on space provided. ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ 1.) A Portuguese word which means a pearl with irregular shape. a. barroco b. barroca c. bacarro d. barroci 2.) He was the leading composer of the Baroque period. a. Bach b. Handel c. Cromwell d. King Louis XIV 3.) Cantata came form the Italian word ________ which means to sing. a. Cantera b. Cantara c. Cantare d. Canteta 4.) A part of cantata wherein the singer narrated the story with many words to a note and with little accompaniment. a. Overture b. Solo Arias c. Recitative d. Chorus 5.) The introductory movement played by the orchestra. a. Overture b. Solo Arias c. Recitative d. Chorus 6.) A cantata ran from _________ minutes. a. 10-10 b. 10-20 c.10-30 d. 10-40 7.) He was the great figure in Baroque music who conceived the oratorio in the world of music. a. Bach b. Handel c. Cromwell d. King Louis XIV 8.) A religious musical drama. a. The Messiah b. Esther c. Judas Macabeus d. Israel in Egypt 9.) A musical drama based on religious topics performed even without a stage, action, scenery and costume but with orchestral accompaniment. a. Cantata b. Oratorio c. Arias d. Chorus 10.) The most famous and lasting oratorio of Handel completed in 1742 within 24 days. a. The Messiah b. Esther c. Judas Macabeus d. Israel in Egypt

II. ARTS
IDENTIFICATION. Identify the works of each baroque and renaissance artist. Choose the best answer from the box and write its letter on the space provided.
a. Gian Lorenzo Bernini

b. Michaelangelo Caravaggio ___________ ___________ ___________ ___________ ___________


1.) 2.) 3.) 4.) 5.)

c. Leonardo Da Vinci d. Michaelangelo Buonarotti ___________ ___________ ___________ ___________ ___________


6.) 7.) 8.) 9.) 10.)

e. Raphael Santi Baldacchino Throne of St. Peter Pieta The Rising of Lazarus St. Peters Basilica

The Calling of St. Matthew St. Peters Basilica Mona Lisa David Madonna (Virgin Mary)

III. PHYSICAL EDUCATION


Direction: Fill the important information below.

Name of the Game:

Badminton

First Name: _______________________ Equipments: ______________________ ______________________ ______________________

Place Invented: ____________________

MULTIPLE CHOICE. Select and write the letter of the best answer on space provided. ____________ 1.) A badminton match usually last up to a couple of hours so the game demands high level of fitness from the players. Players need to have the following except for one a. agility b. speed c. power d. reaction time

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2.) The _____________ is the equipment used to hit the shuttlecock back and forth across the playing area. a. racket b. court c. net d. ball 3.) The shuttlecock must have _________ feathers fixed in a cock base. a. 15 b. 16 c. 18 d. 20 4.) First service always starts in the ______________. a. Short Service Court c. Right Service Court b. Long Service Court d. Left Service Court 5.) A _________ is called when there is an infraction of the rules and the penalty is the loss of serve or the point. a. fault b. rally c. match d. wood 6.) A badminton match is consist of ________ games. a.1 b. 2 c. 3 d. 4 7.) _____________ refers the loss of the serve. a. fault b. rally c. match d. service over 8.) Each game starts with zero or no score called __________. a. match b. lob c. love d. fault 9.) ___________ is applied to choose between the right to serve or choice of court before the start of a match. a. fault b. rally c. toss coin d. wood 10.) A badminton court should be _______________ flat field. a. circle b. oblong c. rectangle d. square 11.) A player may use either the backhand or forehand ________ depending on his/ her position in the court. a. grip b. serve c. smash d. drive 12.) This is low flying shot intended to hit straight. a. grip b. serve c. smash d. drive 13.) This is a forceful hit to ward the floor which makes it deadliest attack strokes. a. grip b. serve c. smash d. drive 14.) Score per game in girls singles is ______, 15 for boys singles. a. 10 b. 11 c. 12 d. 13 15.) A high clear shot which falls close to the back line is called _________. a. match b. lob c. love d. fault

IV. HEALTH
IDENTIFICATION. Pick the best answer from the box. Write the answer on the space provided.

Nutrition Proteins ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ESSAY. 1.) 2.) 3.) 4.) 5.) 6.) 7.)

Nutrients Minerals

Water Calorie

Carbohydrate Metabolism

Fats Breakfast

The study of how the body uses the substances from food to maintain good health. These are the substances found in food that your body needs to function properly. It regulates body temperature when the body got warmer temperature than normal. They provide energy for our body. Gives stamina and protects our body from shocks and temperature extremes. Used for building, maintaining and repairing tissues and cells. Helps build bones and teeth. They also aid in the way your muscles operate and your nervous system transmits nerve signals. 8.) It is the unit of energy produced by food. 9.) It is the process of turning the nutrients into usable energy. 10.) The most important meal of the day.

Why is it important to have a good nutrition? (5 points) __________________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________