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SAINT THERESA COLLEGE OF TANDAG INC.

SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL DEPARTMENT


Final Exam in
CREATIVE WRITING

NAME: DATE:
GRADE AND SECTION: SCORE:

TEST I- MULTIPLE CHOICE


A. Directions: Identify what is asked to complete its meaning. Encircle the letter of your answer.

1. A type of writing that which expresses the writer’s thoughts and feelings in a creative, unique, and poetic way.
a. Creative Writing c. Story Writing
b. News Writing d. Technical Writing
2. An example of creative nonfiction that focuses on an event or series of events that evoke a change of view or feelings in an
entertaining way.
a. Travel writing c. Memoir
b. Journal Writing d. Biography
3. It records the experiences of the travelers in some interesting places and circumstances.
a. Travel writing c. Memoir
b. Journal Writing d. Food Writing
4. This type of creative nonfiction tells the story of one’s own life.
a. Autobiography c. Diary
b. Journal Writing d. Biography
5. It is defined as the author’s attitude towards a topic or a subject.
a. emotion c. mood
b. tone d. theme
6. This refers to the emotion or feelings that the readers get from the text.
a. emotion c. mood
b. tone d. theme
7. Originated from the Greek word “dran” which means “to do”.
a. film c. acting
b. drama d. role play
8. An element of a short story that is considered as the eyes and mind through which the readers view the unfolding of events.
a. Setting c. plot
b. theme d. point of view
9. A literary technique that is used by the author to give the readers hint on what will happen next or in the future.
a. forwarding c. flashbacking
b. foreshadowing d. imagining
10. Is a form of writing technical communication or documentation in science and technology or applied science that helps people
understand a product or services.
a. Travel writing c. Memoir
b. Journal Writing d. Biography
11. Which of the following does not belong to the group?
a. Sonnet c. villanelle
b. Sestina d. tanka
12. Which of the following definitions describe haiku?
a. Six verses with six lines, each following an alternating end-word pattern.
b. Filipino poetic form of four lines with seven syllables each, all of which rhyme together.
c. Short poem with three lines and syllable count of 5-7-5
d. Japanese short poem with five lines following a syllable count of 5-7-5-7-7
13. Which of the following statements about drama is incorrect?
a. Drama or play is a literary composition that is written either in prose or verse form.
b. It originated from the Greek word “dran” which means “to do”
c. It is intended to be performed onstage with a live audience.
d. Drama is also an effective literary form used by writers to express socially relevant issues like unaccepted morals
and universal fallacies in life.
14. What tone is used by the writer in the statement, “The food that we are to eat may be cold, but it isn’t so bad after all”?
a. Sentimental c. bitter
b. Tolerant d. optimistic
15. A form of writing that comprises written works based on real events.
a. Nonfiction c. literary journalism
b. Fiction d. biography
16. It refers to the techniques or methods that dramatists and directors adhere to in creating the way the play is written and
interpreted.
a. Genre c. convention
b. Style d. devices
17. A form of media that involves text acting as hyperlinks, allowing you to connect pages together through specific words.
a. Internet c. browser
b. Wikipedia d. hyperlink
18. Bellow describes how script works EXCEPT:
a. It serves as the framework of the play.
b. It sets the direction of the play and guides the director as he leads the entire production.
c. It guides the actors and actresses in bringing the characters and plot to life.
d. It enables the drama artists to appreciate the theme the story wishes to convey.
19. Teacher Zoey fails to attend his class with section Dragon because he wasn’t able to prepare for the day’s topic. What type of
conflict is represented on the given situation?
a. man VS man c. man VS supernatural
b. man VS nature d. man VS himself
20. In the movie “Final Destination”, it was shown that there was a man who already saw what will happen next even before it
actually happened. What literary device was used by the author in this manner?
a. flashbacking c. foreshadowing
b. dreaming d. imagining

B. Directions:. Out from the choices given, select which statement represents the Figure of Speech asked in each item. Encircle
the letter of your answer.

1. IRONY
a. In marriage, two people become one yet remain two
b. The overstuffed chair squatted in the corner.
c. Nothing annoys me more than rapidly clicking of your pen.
d. The luckiest man on earth won a million in a lottery then died the second day.
2. SYNECDOCHE
a. Does it stink like a rotten meat?
b. Show Shawn Sharon’s shabby shoes
c. He has many mouths to feed.
d. She is clearly confused on her decision.
3. OXYMORON
a. Cowards die before their deaths
b. The white house is concerned about terrorism.
c. Fred’s friends fried Fritos for Friday’s food.
d. The comedian on the stage show was seriously funny
4. SIMILE
a. Time is a thief.
b. Your word is as ugly as your personality.
c. I heard Allan likes Suzi so much.
d. Let me love you and I’ll give you all the treasures that earth do hold.
5. PARADOX
a. In marriage, two people become one yet remain two.
b. If I can’t buy that perfect prom dress, I’ll die!
c. The kettle whistled impatiently.
d. “When I see birches bend from left to right… I like to think some boy’s been swinging them”
6. METONYMY
a. The white house is concerned about terrorism.
b. I spent my weekend washing mountains and hills of laundry.
c. Cowards die before their deaths
d. The child is the father of the man
7. METAPHOR
a. From the jingling and the tinkling of the bells.
b. And cancer, simple as a flower, blooms
c. Hope is the thing with feathers.
d. The western-wave was all a flame.
8. PERSONIFICATION
a. The cat ran away like the wind
b. Since he has been away from home he has gotten as thin as a toothpick.
c. The wind howled as the storm grew stronger.
d. “Oh, you stupid car, you never work when I needed you to”, Bert sighed.
9. ONOMATOPOIEA
a. The clap of thunder went bang and scared my poor dog.
b. This is the beginning of the end.
c. The kitchen knife will take a bite out of your hand if you don’t handle it safely.
d. He popped the jumbo shrimp in his mouth.
10. HYPERBOLE
a. Time ran away from him
b. Variety is the spice of life
c. The boat danced in the paddle
d. The shoe cost a king’s ransom
11. APOSTROPHE
a. The cat ran away like the wind
b. Since he has been away from home he has gotten as thin as a toothpick.
c. The wind howled as the storm grew stronger.
d. “Oh, you stupid car, you never work when I needed you to”, Bert sighed.
12. ALLITERATION
a. She sells seashells on the seashore
b. Suddenly in the middle of the night, the dog started barking.
c. For the millionth time, clean the kitchen.
d. The overstuffed chair squatted in the corner.
13. SIMILE
a. Roberto was white as a sheet after he walked out of the horror movie.
b. “The stuffed suit with the briefcase is a poor excuse for a salesman”, the manager said angrily.
c. “Oh, you stupid car, you never work when I needed you to”, Bert sighed.
d. The comedian was seriously funny.
14. IRONY
a. “Oh I love spending big bucks”, said my dad, a notorious penny pincher
b. Tina is learning her ABCs in preschool.
c. Love is a battlefield.
d. Internet is a fountain of information
15. METONYMY
a. Roberto was white as a sheet after he walked out of the horror movie.
b. “The stuffed suit with the briefcase is a poor excuse for a salesman”, the manager said angrily.
c. “Oh, you stupid car, you never work when I needed you to”, Bert sighed.
d. The comedian was seriously funny.

TEST II- MODIFIED TRUE OR FALSE


Directions: Write TRUE if the statement is true. If the statement is false, identify the word which makes it wrong then WRITE
THE RIGHT WORD to make the statement correct.

1. Fiction refers to those writings which are about facts or real events.
2. The similarity between biography and autobiography is that they are both based on person’s life story.
3. The form or writing that focuses on the events or series of events that evoke a change of view or feelings refers to memoir.
4. Food writing focuses on communicating information about food and its relationship to human, to agriculture, and culture.
5. Travelers can record their experiences in some interesting places and circumstances through diaries.
6. Profile takes us behind the scene of unfamiliar places and gives a glimpse of the inner workings of a person.
7. Personal essay focuses on a topic through the lens of the personal experiences of the narrator.
8. Creative Nonfiction does not use the techniques of literature such as narrative, plot, characterization, etc.
9. The form of writing that provides a short description of a film and includes the reviewers’ opinion about it is called Film
Evaluation.
10. Literary Journalisms uses the techniques of journalism, such as interviews and reviews, in order to look outside of the
straightforward , objective world that journalism creates.

TEST III- MATCHING TYPE


Directions: Match column A with column B. First column lists the Elements of a Drama while the latter are articles that exemplify
each element. Write the letter of your answer before the number.
COLUMN A COLUMN B

1. Stage directions a. Props, costumes, stage lighting


2. Audience b. Karen: What do you think will be the result of this exam?
3. Theme Princess: One thing is certain, if you have done your part,
4. Characters you’ll surely pass.
5. Sound c. Dialogues, descriptions, stage directions
6. Spectacles d. Exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, resolution
7. Dialogue e. Allan, Alex, Kaye, Alona, Fidel
8. Plot f. Comedy, tragedy, horror, historical, comedy
9. Genre g. Unrequited love, revenge, survival, Importance of a
10. Script Family
h. Viewers of the play
i. Downstage, upstage, stage right, stage left, etc.
j. Music and effects
k. Flashbacking, foreshadowing

TEST IV- COMIC DIALOGUE CONSTRUCTION

Directions: Make a six-panel comic that talks about the life of a student. Make sure that all elements of a comic (images, text, panels,
gutter) are applied. Do it in your bluebook. (15 Points)

“Please answer this examination honestly. I know how much you hate cheaters so never let yourself to be one.”
- Ma’am Ann