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Division of City Schools- Valenzuela

Pio Valenzuela St. Marulas Valenzuela City


Technology and Livelihood Education
Handicrafts
Grade 7 - 8
Name: _____________________________________________ Date: __________________
Section: ____________________________________________ Teacher: ______________
I.Directions: Choose the letter of the correct answer from the box below then write it on the space provided
before the number.
a. Technique
f. Calado

b.Marble
g. Collage

c. Design

h. Decoupage

d. Whittling
i. Macram

j. Materials

e. Applique
k. Tinalak

_____1. It is a woven cloth made by the Tboli Tribes in South Cotabato.


_____2. It is the art of shaving soft wood using knives of different thickness to create animals and other
items like fans and flowers.
_____3. Is a Type of embroidery using a process of pulling threads from certain areas of a cloth from
Laguna.
_____ 4. It is the method and process of treating the materials to construct the object.
_____ 5. A handicraft made by applying design to another surface or fabric.
_____ 6. A technique of creating a visual artwork by assembling a collection of different materials or
images.
_____ 7. Refers to a basic substance that is used as an input to a production for a transformation into
finished product.
_____ 8. It is an idea that is expressed into a configuration, drawing, model, pattern or plan to work out the
form of a project.
_____ 9. A method of fabric construction using knotting techniques rather than weaving or knitting.
_____ 10. The technique of decorating an object by gluing colored paper cut-outs to create a new visual
combination.
II. MULTIPLE CHOICE: Encircle the letter of the correct answer .
11. An element of art that spans a distance between two points.
a. Line
b. Shape
c. Space
d. Value
12. It is an enclosed area defined and determined by other art elements.
a. Color
b. Form
c. Line
d. Shape
13. This fiber comes from the plant of the same name.
a. Abaca
b. Coir
c. Cotton
d. Kapok
14. Mature coconut shells are ___________________.
a. Hard and brittle
b. Flexible and brittle c. Flexible and tough d. Soft and tough
15. Fibers which are chiefly used as filling material for mattresses, pillows, cushions and others.
a. Abaca
b. Coir
c. Cotton
d. Kapok
16. Coconut shell is considered young when the shell is _______________ in color.
a. Brown
b. Cream
c. Light brown
d. Light green
17. An indigenous material which is only used as fuel before, but now converted into useful articles for
home use.
a. Coconut shell
b. Fiber
c. Rattan
d. Seashell
18. An inorganic materials used in making jars and pots.
a. Asbestos b. Clay
c. Glass
d. Stones
19. An art principles that show elements are arranged to create a feeling of stability.
a. Balance
b. Harmony c. Scale
d. Variety
20. It is the focal point of a composition or the area that stands out most in the object or design.
a. Balance
b. Contrast
c. Emphasis d. Movement
21. Elements of art that is a 3-dimentional object showing height, width and depth.
a. Form
b. Movement c. Texture
d. Value
22. These are tools used to examine accuracy in measurement, angle or if materials need to be leveled.
a. Boring
b. Driving
c. Holding
d. Testing
23. These tools are used for marking lines to aid in cutting materials or to indicate boundaries.
a. Fastening b. Holding
c. Lining
d. Testing
24. There are tools that are meant to deliver blows to an object for installation or joing materials
together.
a. Boring
b. Fastening c. Holding
d. Measuring
25. a weight that is attached to a string and uses gravity to test whether it is exactly vertical, true vertical
line.
a. Plumb bob
b. Sliding t-bevel
c. Spirit level
d. Try square
26. used to drive and pull-out nails, usually made from high quality steel
a.Claw Hammer
b. Mallet
c. Screw driver
d. Small Hammer

27. a wooden hammer, usually made of hard wood and commonly used for driving a wood chisel
a.Claw Hammer
b. Mallet
c. Screw driver
d. Small Hammer
28. The techniques pertain to the preparation of materials after harvest and before use.
a. Construction
b.Drawing
c. Finishing d. Pre-construction
29. The techniques include the actual implementation of the design plan using the selected materials and
appropriate tools
a. Construction
b.Drawing
c. Finishing d. Pre-construction
30. The techniques to improve strength, durability and aesthetic quality of the handicraft.
a. Construction
b.Drawing
c. Finishing d. Pre-construction
III. Labeling:
A. Label the tools and equipment shown below. ( 31 32 )

B. Identify the principle of arts present in the images below. ( 33 -34 )

IV. Application:
A. Write the basic principles of handicraft applied in the given products.
35. ____________________________________
36. ____________________________________
37. ____________________________________
38. ____________________________________
39. ____________________________________
40. ____________________________________
41. ______________________________________
B. Check the Circle O if the statement shows safe practice in doing.
O 41. The students wipe or clean up water spills, grease or oil on the floor.
O 42. Wear jewelries, rings, hanging earrings, neckties, chains or earphones while working.
O 43. The students were instructed to wear eye goggles while polishing metals.
V. Enumeration: Outline the parts of a Project Pan. ( 44 - 50 )
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