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SUMMATIVE TEST IN MAPEH 9

(3rd Quarter)

Name: ________________________________ Yr. & Sec: ___________________________________

I. Multiple Choice: Read the questions carefully and choose the correct answer. Write your answer
before the number.

1. In what period that described as a cultural movement that stressed emotion, imagination,
individualism, and freedom of expression?

a. Western Classical b. Renaissance c. Baroque d. Romantic


2. Name the composer who bridged the classical period to the romantic period
a. Bach b. Bruckner c. Berlioz d. Beethoven
3. Chopin is famous of the following EXCEPT.
a. Ballade b. Piano c. Nocture d. Waltz
4. Frederick Chopin wrote most of his music for the following instrument.
a. Violin b. Flute c. Piano d. Orchestra
5. In what year did music of the romantic period started?
a. 1960-1980 b. 1820-1910 c. 1920-1930 d. 1880-1890

II. ENUMERATION: Enumerate at least 5 famous painters in the neoclassicism period.

III. MATCHING TYPE: Match and connect the following famous painters and sculptures in the column A
and find their match artwork in the column B.

A B
1. Eugene Delacroix a. Les repos sous saules
2. Francois Rude b. Theseus slaying the minotaur
3. Theodore Rousseau c. The third of May
4. Antoine_Louise Barye d. Jeanne d' ARC
5. Jean Louis Theodore Gericault e. Insane Woman
6. Francisco Goya f. Der kleine fischer
7. Jean Baptiste Camille Corot g. Liberty Leading the People

IV. IDENTIFICATION: Identify the following questions and give the correct answer on the space provided
for.

1. Dinagyang Festival is originated and came from what city in the Philippines?
2. What do you call to the cultural dances performed to the strong beats of percussion instruments by a
community of people sharing the same culture.
3. These are movements that allow you to move from one point in space to another.
4. These are movements that are performed in one point in space without transferring to another point.
5. What do you call to the series of walks executed quickly in any direction
6. What do you call to series of steps executed by both of your feet alternately in any direction.
7. To deliberately drop the exertion of energy into a body segment.
8. A muscle movement done when it shortens, narrows and tightens using sufficient amount of energy
in the execution.

V. ESSAY: Write your own perceptions/ insights/ opinions regarding on the statement below.

Assume that you are in situation where in there is a car accident. Inside the car there are four family
members including the father 42 years old, mother 41 years old, brother 10 years old, and baby girl 6
months old. Which of the following member would you rescue first? Why?
SUMMATIVE TEST IN MAPEH 8

(Third Quarter)

Name: ________________________________ Yr. & Sec: ___________________________________

Music:

I. Multiple Choice: Read the questions carefully and choose the correct answer. Write your answer
before the number.
1) What country that the music reflects the different aspects of Asian Culture through its timbre,
rhythm, melody, texture, form and style?
a.Japan b.India c.Pakistan d.Israel
2) What country that the music known for its unique vocals?
a.Japan b. India c.Pakistan d.Israel
3) It is the ancient Indian sacred collection of Vedic Sanskirt hymns.
a.Rig Veda b.Sama Veda c.Samagana d.Melimastic
4) A jewish holy day of rest, occuring once a week, beginning at sundown on Friday and ending Saturday
at nightfall.
a.Pasyon b. Raga c.Sabbath d.Samagana
5) What country that they sing with guttural and throaty enunciation?
a.Japan b. India c. Pakistan d.Israel

Arts:

II. Identify the following questions and choose the correct answer inside the box. Write your answer
before the number.

Shiva Flat cushions Carving


Diwali Uzbekistan Turkmenistan Rangoli Kazakhstan Keteni
West Asia

1) They known for making printed cloth.


2) What country that nomads used to draw on rocks?
3) It is mostly present in architectural monuments, household structures and objects,musical
instruments and souvenirs.
4) The Indian art of making designs or patterns on the walls or the floor of the house using finely ground
white powder along with different colors.
5) A festival celebrated by Hindus in India and all around the world in October or November.
6) What country produces some of the most unique and beautiful carpets in the world?
7) A homespun silk that is used for the beautiful dresses worn by Turkmen women on special occasions.
8)The cosmic-dancer represented by a four-armed figure.
9)It is usually made in shadow pairs and also called xxx.
10) It is rich in cultural heritage.

P.E
III.Complete the following statements below.

1) Scrabble is played with exactly____tiles.


2)____a word game in which two or four players score points by forming words from individual lettered
tiles on a game board marked with a 15 by 15 grid.
3) An opponent calls a ____when s/he thinks a play is not acceptable.
4)___a board game for two players,each beginning with 16 pieces of six kinds that are moved according
to individual rules.
5)___is a situation in which one players king is threatened with capture.
6)___is a special pawn capture which can occur immediately after a player moves a pawn two squares
forward from its starting position and an enemy pawn could have captured it, it only moved only one
square forward.
7.) The word ____is most likely derived from the latin,dominus.
8)__refers to the middle line dividing the two squares of a domino tile.
9)__refers to the stock of domino pieces.
10)__refers to the spots of a bone.