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VISION

CNSC as a premier higher education institution in the Bicol


Region

MISSION
The Camarines Norte state College shall provide higher and
Republic of the Philippines advance studies in fields of education, arts and sciences,
CAMARINES NORTE STATE COLLEGE economics, health, engineering, management, finance,
COLLEGE OF EDUCATION accounting, business and public administration, fisheries,
agriculture, natural resources development and
ABAO CAMPUS management and ladderized courses. It shall also respond
Daet, Camarines Norte to research, extension and production services adherent to
progressive leadership towards sustainable development.

TABLE OF SPECIFICATION

MSC 9

3rd GRADING PERIOD

No. Topic/ No. of Percent of No. of Lower Higher Total


Objectives hours/ class time Test levels levels No. of
Sessions on topic Items (No. of (No. of Points
spent Items and Items and
Item No.) Item No.)
MUSIC
1 -Musical 22 36% 18 18 I.1- 18
Notation 18
-Music
History

2 ARTS 18 30% 15 9 II. 15


-Visual 19-
Arts 27

6 III.
28-
33

3 P.E. 20 34% 17 12 IV. 17


-Physical 34-
Fitness 45
V.
5 46-
50

TOTAL 60 100% 50 35 15 50
Name: ________________________________________ Score: _____________
Year/Sec: _____________________________________ Date: ______________

I. Multiple Choice: Read each item carefully. Write the correct answer on the space
provided. (1 point each)

_____1. When was the Romantic Era?


a. 1900-2000 b. 1750-1820
c. 1820-1900 d. 1600-1750

_____2. Which Era is from 1750-1820?


a. Medieval c. Classical
b. Baroque d. Modern

_____3. What 2 nationalities/regional influences started what is now known as rap


music?
a. Eastern Africa/Jamaica
b. Western Africa/Caribbean Islands
c. America/Africa
d. Australia/Canada

_____4. George Frederic Handel was born in


a. France c. England
b. Spain d. Germany

_____5. Gregorian Chant was vocal music from the .


a. Middle Ages
b. Classical Period
c. Baroque Period
d. Renaissance Period

_____6. The speed of the music.


a. Tempo c. expression
b. Dynamics d. articulation

_____7. Ritardando means to:


a. speed up slightly
b. gradually get louder
c. sing in unison
d. gradually slow down

_____8. The term Tempo is used to describe the of the music.


a. Melody c. Speed
b. Pulse d. Length

_____9. In a piece written in 2/4, how many sixteenth notes could a composer fit into
one measure?
a. Six c. Ten
b. Fourteen d. Eight

_____10. Moderato is a tempo marking that indicates the piece should be played at
a pace.
a. quick c. moderate
b. slow d. extra fast

_____11. A moderate tempo played at a slower pace than moderato is labeled as:
a. Largo c. Andante
b. Allegro d. Moderato

_____12. Symbol that represents the length of silence.


a. Note c. Tie
b. Rest d. Flat

_____13. What is the name of the clef used for higher pitched instruments/voices?
a. Bass clef c. Neutral clef
b. Treble clef d. Cello clef

_____14. There will be a at the end of a piece of music.


a. double bar line c. staff
b. tenuto d. legato

_____15. Indicates the musicians are to hold a note until the conductor stops them.
a. vibrato c. staccato
b. stop sign d. fermata

_____16. Which of the following is an enharmonic equivalent to B-sharp?


a. C-flat c. A-sharp
b. C d. A-flat

_____17. A ledger line is an extension of what?


a. The staff c. The bass clef
b. The treble clef d. The grand staff

_____18. When two or more eighth notes are directly next to each other, they are
joined by what?
a. Beam c. Tie
b. Slur d. Flag

II. IDENTIFICATION

________ 19. The process of defining volumes of a material being added.


________ 20. A type of three dimensional sculpture that is surrounded on all sides
by space.
________ 21. The process of defining material in which material is carved away.
________ 22. Something that is designed to look pretty.
________ 23. A print is also known as
________ 24. Pressing the thumb into a ball of clay, and drawing the clay out into a
pot by repeatedly squeezing the clay between the thumb and fingers.
________ 25. The space that an object occupies
________ 26. Something that is designed for a purpose
________ 27. The space around the object or the space that recedes within the
object.

III. ENUMERATION
28-33. List the 6 Elements of Art

IV. TRUE OR FALSE. Write true if the statement is correct and write false if the
statement is wrong.

_____ 34. Nutrition is an element of physical fitness.


_____ 35. Active aerobics is recommended in the base level of the Physical Activity
Pyramid.
_____ 36. Emphasizing team sports is more likely to make physical activity
appealing to young people.
_____ 37. Muscular endurance is the ability to use muscles over time without
fatigue.
_____ 38. Adolescents who are physically activity are less likely to attempt suicide
than adolescents who are more sedentary.
_____ 39. Muscular endurance is the ability to exert a single maximal contraction
_____ 40. Agility, body composition, power, speed, coordination, and reaction time
are all skill-related components of fitness.
_____ 41. Because flexibility is specific to each joint, no single test can provide
complete information about the flexibility of all major joints of your body.
_____ 42. Self-testing throughout a fitness plan helps to monitor progress, determine
effectiveness of the program, and update your goals.
_____ 43. You have to be an athlete to be physically fit.
_____ 44. Flexibility, cardiovascular endurance, muscular strength, muscular
endurance, and body composition are all components of HEALTH-RELATED
FITNESS.
______45.Locomotion is the ability to move your body from one place to another.

V. Essay (5 points)

Why Physical Education is important?

Prepared by: Deogracia R. Borres


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