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Republic of the Philippines

Department of Education
Region III
Schools Division Office of Bataan
District of Limay
LAMAO NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Lamao, Limay, Bataan

FINAL EXAMINATION IN CREATIVE WRITING

Identify the term being described in the following statements. Choose the letter of your
answer.
1. It is a literary work which combines many arts that is meant to be performed on stage.
A. Poetry C. Drama
B. Prose D. Fiction
2. It is a type of drama that relies on implausible events and sensational action for its effect.
A. Tragedy C. Comedy
B. Melodrama D. Farce
3. It is a type of drama that is intended to interest, involve and amuse the reader or audience, in
which no terrible disaster occurs and that ends happily for the main characters.
A. Tragedy C. Comedy
B. Melodrama D. Farce
4. It is a play that is characterized by broad humor, wild antics, and often slapstick, pratfalls, or
other physical humor.
A. Farce C. Fantasy
B. Melodrama D. Tragicomedy
5. It is a drama in which a character is brought to a disastrous end in his or her confrontation with
a superior force, but also comes to understand the meaning of his or her deeds and to accept an
appropriate punishment.
A. Tragicomedy C. Farce
B. Musical Drama D. Tragedy
6. It is a type of drama in which the dramatists do not only tell their story through acting and
dialogue, but also through dance and music.
A. Fantasy C. Melodrama
B. Musical Drama D. Tragedy
7. It is a type of drama that contains serious and humorous elements to lighten the overall mood.
A. Comedy C. Tragicomedy
B. Farce D. Tragedy
8. It is a type of drama in which the characters virtually display supernatural skills.
A. Tragicomedy C. Fantasy
B. Melodrama D. Tragedy
9. It refers to a theater space in which the actors are in a central playing area and the audience
surrounds them on all sides.
A. Proscenium C. In the Round
B. Thrust D. Traverse Stage
10. It refers to a theater space in which the seats are raked where the audiences are sitting in front
of the actors.
A. Black Box C. Proscenium
B. Touring D. Thrust
11. It refers to a tongue-structured theater space in which the actors have an audience on three
sides.
A. Proscenium C. In the Round
B. Thrust D. Traverse Stage
12. It refers to the most flexible theater space with no fixed seating that can be configured to match
the staging needs of the play, rather than staging it around the audience.
A. Black Box C. Proscenium
B. Touring D. Thrust
Enumerate the functions of dialogue in a drama:
13.
14.
15.

Identify the type of character being described in the following statements.


16. A type of character that is undeveloped even though he or she may be interesting, vital, and
amusing.
17. A type of character that undergoes a change or development as the play progresses.
18. A type of character that is normally an accurate imitation of individualized men and women.
19. A type of character that represents an idea, a way of life, moral value or some other abstraction.
20. A type of character that is usually stripped of individualizing touches.

Analyze the dramatic element being defined in the following statements.


21. It refers to the theme or main idea of the drama or play.
22. It refers to the words written by the playwright and spoken by the characters in play.
23. It refers to the structure of incidents or actions that happen in drama or play.
24. It refers to the people portrayed by the actors in the play.
25. It refers to everything that the audience sees as they watch the drama unfold onstage.
26. It refers to the rhythm of the actors’ voices as they speak.

Distinguish the performance element being described in the following statements.


27. It refers to the reason or reasons for a character’s behavior.
28. It refers to any movement of the actor’s head, shoulder, arm, hand, leg, or foot to convey
meaning and reveal character.
29. It refers to the change in pitch or loudness of the actor’s voice.
30. It refers to the process of examining how the elements of drama are used.
31. It refers to the overall mood that dominates a play.
32. It refers to the capacity of the actor/s to relate to the feelings of another.
33. It refers to the performance element that signifies the way moods and attitudes are created and
presented in play.

Distinguish the visual or technical element being defined in the following statements.
34. It refers to any article or movable object used as part of a dramatic production.
35. It refers to facial and bodily aesthetics used to transform an actor into a character.
36. It refers to the clothing and accessories worn by actors to portray character and period.
37. It refers to the effects that the audience hears during the performance to communicate character,
context, or environment.
38. It refers to the theatrical equipment that are used in a dramatic production to communicate
environment.
39. It refers to the playwright’s descriptive or interpretative comments that provide readers and
actors with information necessary for the entire duration of the play.
40. It refers to the placement, intensity, and color of lights to help communicate environment,
mood, or feeling.

Determine the techniques or literary devices being used in drama or play.


41. It is a speech by a single character without another character’s response.
42. It is a speech that is meant to be heard by the audience but not by other characters on the stage.
43. It is the imaginary wall of the box theater setting supposedly removed to allow the audience to
see the action.
44. It is a literary technique wherein the words are spoken by an actor directly to the audience, but
not heard by the other characters on stage during a play.
45. It is a literary device in which the character holds a position or has an expectation reversed or
fulfilled in a way that the character did not expect but the audience or readers have anticipated.

Using a diagram, illustrate the structure of a five-act tragedy also known as Freytag’s
pyramid. (46-50)