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THIRD QUARTER- PERIODICAL EXAMINATION

MAPEH 7

NAME : _________________________ GRADE & SECTION : _________________ SCORE: _______

MUSIC
I. Direction : UNDERLINE the letter of the correct answer.

1. A modern term for an ancient instrumental form of music composed on a row of small, horizontally laid gongs that
function melodically, accompanied by larger, suspended gongs and drums.
a. Kulintang b. agung c. gabbang d. suling
2. It is a two stringed guitar-like instrument of Mindanao.
a. Kulintang b. agung c. gabbang d. suling
3. It is a set of a two wide- rimmed, vertically suspended gongs used by the Mindanao, Maranao, Sama-Bajao and Tausug
people as a supportive instrument in Kulintang ensemble.
b. Kulintang b. agung c. gabbang d. suling
4. Sacred song highlighted by the quotations from the Qur'an.
a. Dikker b. bayok c. ya-ya d. kalangan
5. Is a song of the Yakans used to put the baby to sleep. It is sung in a very relax or slow manner.
a. Dikker b. bayok c. ya-ya d. kalangan
6. Songs that are used in serenading his/or her loved ones.
a. Dikker b. bayok c. ya-ya d. kalangan
7. A native xylophone in Sulu, a bamboo keyboard on top, constructed out of wood.
a. Kulintang b. agung c. gabbang d. suling
8. An important chant to be sung by the wife-to-be during the ceremony that talks about married life.
a. Sail- Lunsey b. bayok c. ya-ya d. kalangan
9. A collective term for groups of indigenous people from Mindanao, which means”native”.
a. Ethnic b. Lumad c. migrants d. none of the above
10. They are considered as the “People of the lake”.
a. T’boli b. Bagobos c. Maranao d. Yakans

ARTS

I. Direction: ENCIRCLE the letter of your answer on the space before the number.

1. It is a Maranao mythical bird with a fish on its beak that is often used as decorative design.
a.Naga b. Pako c. Rabong d. Sarimanok
2. The decorative design of the Maranaos and Tausugs usually used in woodcarvings.
a. Panulong b. Torogan c. Sarimanok d. Okir
3. Extended beams of a torogan that is shaped like the prow of a boat.
a.Malong b. Kulintang c. Panulong d. T’nalak
4. The tubular multi-purpose garment worn by different groups of Mindanao.
a. Saya b. Malong c. Patadyong d. Tapis
5. A secondary burial jar with a unique human heads that decorate its cover.
a. Maitum jar b. Manunggul jar c. Burnay jars d. blue & white Ming jars
6. The T’boli hand woven abaca cloth. a. Malong b. T’nalak c. Abel d. Sarong
7. They are known as the “sea gypsies”.
a. Badjaos b. Maranaos c. Samals d. Tirurays
8. A huge stately house where Muslim chief resides.
a. Torogan b. Sarimanok c. Okir d. Vinta Sail
9. A traditional dance which demonstrates the various ways of wearing a malong & its uses.
a. itik- itik b. Malong malong c. Okir d. Sambisa malong
10. Is a square cloth used by the Yakan women as a head cover or as a belt.
a. seputangan b. badjulapi c. pinalantupan d. malong
11. Why is Mindanao considered as “the land of promise”.
a. it is the largest island in the Philppines
b. it is the smallest island in the Philippines
c. Mindanao has a lot of natural resources.
d. It is the second largest island in the Philippines.
12. Why is the production of T’nalak cloth considered to be painstaiking?
a. it requires creativity
b. it requires good memory
c. it requires a range of skills learned from a young age by the weavers
13. T’nalak cloth is made from
a. abaca b. pineapple c. coconut d. None of the above
14. What are the main livelihood of the Badjao.
a. fishing b. hunting c. farming d. both a and b
15. Men are not allowed to touch the materials used in the weaving process of the T’nalak cloth because they believe that
a. the design will be changed
b. the fiber will be snap and the design will be ruined

c. their gods will be angry


d. the cloth will disappear
16. The T’nalak cloth design and pattern is inspired by
a. the nature beauty
b. history of the Bagobos
c. weaver’s dream
d. all of the above
17. Ikat is the process of
a. weaving an abaca fabric c. cutting the fabric
b. dyeing the fabric d. folding the fabric
18. Which of the following shades are the common color tones found in a Bagobo’s T’nalak?
a. pink and red b. deep brown and blood red c. light green and deep blue d. yellow
19. Which of the following shades are the common color tones found in a T’boli’s T’nalak?
a. red, brown and red b. deep brown and blood red c. light green and deep blue d. yellow and blue
20. Which of the following ethnic group are known for embroidery, brass ornaments and beadwork that are
integrated in their traditional clothing.
a. Bagobo b. Bilaan c. Maranao d. Yakans

II.Direction: Identify the answer to the following statements. Choose your answer inside the box. Write your answer on the
space before the number.

Vinta Lang Dulay kendi

T’boli Balanghay animism

_________________1. Similar to Bagobos, they regard the t’nalak as sacred.


_________________2. The famous T’boli dream weaver who received the National Living Treasures-
Gawad Manlilikha ng Bayan (GAMABA) award.
_________________3. Is a heirloom teapot or kettle used for hot water, coffee, or water.
_________________4. This boat is traditionally made by the Badjaos who live in the Sulu archipelago.
_________________5. The belief system of the early Filipinos.

PHYSICAL EDUCATION

I. Direction: The fundamental arm steps of a folk dance is shown below. Identify what arm position number is
shown in each illustration.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

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II. Direction: The fundamental arm steps of a folk dance is shown below. Identify what arm position number is
shown in each illustration.

6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

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HEALTH

I. Direction: Put a √ if the statement is a physical symptom of stress and × if it is not. Write your answer on the space
before the number.

______1. Loss of appetite. ______8. Headache.

______2. Long hours of sleep. ______9. Body ache/ toothache.

______3. High blood pressure. ______10. Frequent colds.

______4. Upset stomach.

______5. Diarrhea/constipation.

Prepared by :
______6. Insomnia.
Cherry Mafe D. Quiminsao
______7. Shallow/Labored breathing. Teacher I