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Northern Philippines College for Maritime, Science and Technology

Lingsat, City of San Fernando, La Union


4th QUARTER EXAMINATION
MUSIC
GRADE 10
Name: ________________________________________
Yr. & Sec.:___________________________

Date: _________________
Score: ________________

I. MATCHING TYPE. Direction: Match the Types of Vocal and Instrumental Forms of Baroque and
Renaissance Period in Column A to their Meanings in Column B. (10pts)
Column A

Column B

______ 1. Cantata

a. the most important form of orchestral music


the Baroque Period.

______ 2. Concerto Grosso

b. a piece for several voices usually about love


using a vernacular language.

in

______ 3. Fugue
on
intended for

c. a composition with narration usually based


biblical subjects though not
religious services.

______ 4. Madrigal

d. a solo singing that designed to express the


emotional content of the text.

______ 5. Mass

e. a compositional technique in which a theme


extended and developed mainly by
imitative counterpoint.

______ 6. Monody

f. a polyphonic musical composition for chorus


Latin text.

______ 7. Motet

g. it consists of several melodic lines


simultaneously sounding.

is

in

______ 8. Opera

h.

story, mood

a group of works held together by


or idea in the late 19thh century.

______ 9. Oratorio

i. a Renaissance form of sacred composition.

______ 10. Suite

j. an art form where musicians performs a


dramatic
composition
and the musical

putting the libretto


score together.

k. a vocal composition accompanied by an


instrument.

II. ESSAY. Direction: Answer the question briefly. (20pts)

Compare the Characteristics of the Baroque Music and Renaissance Music according to the
following terms.

Baroque Music

Renaissance Music

History

Characteristics of
their Music in
terms of the
following:

Rhythm

Melody

Dynamics

Texture

Musical Forms
(Vocal Forms
and
Instrumental
Forms)

Musical
Composers

Musical
Instruments

Northern Philippines College for Maritime, Science and Technology

Lingsat, City of San Fernando, La Union


4th QUARTER EXAMINATION
ARTS
GRADE 10
Name: ________________________________________
Yr. & Sec.:___________________________

Date: _________________
Score: ________________

I. MULTIPLE CHOICE. Direction: Choose the best answer on the following questions. (10pts)
1. When was the first space satellite launched?
a. 1960

b. 1957

c. 1961

2. What was the name of the first space satellite?


a. Sputnik

b. Kiukok

c. Scythe

3. Who was the creator of the People Power Monument?


a. Cesar Legaspi

b. Eduardo Castrillo

c. Vincent Van Gogh

4. Where was the first scheduled TV program broadcast?


a. Japan

b. China

c. United States

b. 1978

c. 1920

5. When was the first radio station created?


a. 1928
6. What does the acronym SARS means?
a. Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome
b. Serious Acute Respiratory Syndrome
c. Severe Acute Respirational Syndrome
7. Who was the painter of the Tigang na Lupa (Parched Earth)?
a. Pacita Abad
b. Ana Fer

c. Brenda Fajardo

8. Who was the father of cubist technique?


a. Pablo Picasso

b. Carlos Francisco

c. Vicente Manansala

9. Where was Contemporary Art originated?


a. East

b. South

c. West

10. What was the insect that Vera Cruz used in her artwork?
a. dragonfly

b. cockroach

c. butterfly

II. TRUE OR FALSE. Direction: Write Right if the statement is true then write wrong if the
statement is false. (10pts)

_________1. Globalization, environment and technological advancements have affected the human
production.
_________2. Local and global events have affected the social condition of people which has inspired
the artists in their artistic expressions.
_________3. Installation art promotes the welfare of environment by using indigenous and local
materials.
_________4. Arlene Villavers painting Nang Pumutok ang Bulkan focuses on the sufferings of Filipinos.
_________5. Political conditions have also prompted artists to express their reaction through their art.
_________6. One effect of globalization is migration.
_________7. In the visual arts, the style that corresponds best to the new social issues and awareness
is called Modern Art.
_________8. Philippine society was confronted by economic and political issues of the Marcos regime.
_________9. Cesar Legaspi, a neo-realist shows the relationship of man and machines in his Gadgets
painting
_________10. In the visual arts, modern Filipino artist are inspired by Eastern artists.

III. ESSAY. Direction: Answer the questions briefly. (10pts)

1. How is art used to express a persons reaction to social issue? (5pts)

2. How social condition can be expressed effectively in art? (5pts)

Northern Philippines College for Maritime, Science and Technology


Lingsat, City of San Fernando, La Union
4th QUARTER EXAMINATION
HEALTH

GRADE 10
Name: ________________________________________
Yr. & Sec.:___________________________

Date: _________________
Score: ________________

I. MULTIPLE CHOICE. Direction: Choose the best answer on the following questions. (10pts)
1. The term Narcotic was derived from a Greek word which means
a. to make blank

b. to make numb

c. to make impassive

2. Which of the following types of Narcotics does not belong to the group?
a. heroin

b. analgesic

c. paregoric

3. The effects of Narcotic Drug are the following, except


a. hyperactive

b. drowsiness

c. apathy

4. This type of Narcotic Drug is used as painkiller


a. codeine

b. opium

c. morphine

5. The nonmedical use of narcotics is called as


a. Narcotics Misuse

b. Narcotics Waste

c. Narcotics Abuse

6. The reaction of the body when the regular use of narcotics is stopped
a. tolerance

b. withdrawal

c. extraction

7. The most common form of drug treatment


a. detoxification

b. rehabilitation

c. depollution

8. What does the acronym DDB means?


a. Department of Drug Board
b. Division Drugs Board
c. Dangerous Drug Board
9. The R.A. No. 9165 is known as the
a. Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002
b. Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2005
c. Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2014
10. Which of the following Non-Government Organizations does not belong to the group?
a. SHALOM House, Inc.

b. DSWD

c. ANG TAHANAN

II. APPLICATION. Direction: The following statements are the effects of Narcotics Abuse. Write EP if
the statement is an Effect on the Person, EF if the statement is an Effect on the Family and EC if the
statement is an Effect on the Community. (10pts)
______1. Inability to sleep well

______2. Increased incidence of crime


______7. Financial difficulty due to addiction
______3. Skin abscesses
______8. Inflammation of the veins
______4. Neglected responsibilities
______9. Congestion of the lungs
______5. Occurrence of different kinds of
accidents

______10. Rampant stealing

______6. Difficulty in keeping a job

III. ESSAY. Direction: Answer the questions briefly. (10pts)


1. Why is drug abuse a cause of crime? (5pts)

2. Will you stop using narcotics if your life has been preserved and your health entirely restored by
the use of narcotics? (5pts)

Northern Philippines College for Maritime, Science and Technology


Lingsat, City of San Fernando, La Union
4TH QUARTER EXAMINATION
PHYSICAL EDUCATION
GRADE 10
Name: ________________________________________
Yr. & Sec.:___________________________

Date: _________________
Score: ________________

I. IDENTIFICATION. Direction: Identify the correct answer of the following questions. Write your
answer on the space provided. Choose your answers on the box below. (10 pts)
__________1. Ballroom dancing is derived from this word.
__________2. It was more popularly known as the Weller or Spinner.
__________3. This dance was actually derived from the Mambo.
__________4. This dance was considered as one of the most fascinating of all dances.
__________5. Cha cha cha became popular in the 1950s in this country.
__________6. He made the Tango a hit in 1911.
__________7. This type of Tango was considered immoral.
__________8. He was a dance enthusiast, who gave the first name of Jive.
__________9. It is the second name of Jive.
__________10. She is the one who gave the second name of Jive.

Austria
Valentino

Cuba

Andalusian Tango
Snowdan

Rudolph

Jitteburg

Shortz

Ball

Laure Haile

Tanpo

Cha cha cha

Montaigne

Waltz

George

II. APPLICATION. Direction: Perform the following items correctly. (20pts)


A. Direction: Make a comparison of the different ballroom dances in terms of style and rhythm.
Waltz

Cha cha cha

Tango

Jive

Dance
Pattern

Rhythm

III. ESSAY. Direction: Answer the questions briefly. (10pts)

1. Write something about your experience in practicing and performing the assign social dance to
your group. (5pts)

2. What values can you derive from your experience? (5pts)

Northern Philippines College for Maritime, Science and Technology


Lingsat, City of San Fernando, La Union
4th QUARTER EXAMINATION
MUSIC
GRADE 9
Name: ________________________________________
Yr. & Sec.:___________________________

Date: _________________
Score: ________________

I. IDENTIFICATION. Direction: Identify the correct answer of the following questions. Write your
answer on the space provided. Choose your answers on the box below. (10 pts)

__________1. The word opera means in Italian.

__________2. It is the words or text in sung by the singers in the opera.

__________3. She was The First Lady of The Renaissance.

__________4. This play is also known as intermediate pieces.

__________5. It is an Italian word for fellowship or society.

__________6. It is the beginning of a new vocal style.

__________7. The first known opera created by Jacopo Peri.

__________8. A serious opera built upon the conventions of the High Baroque Era.

__________9. He is said to be the most popular of all opera composers.

__________10. He was the one of the composers who led the movement towards naturalism and
realism.

Camerata

Isabella dEste

Puccini

Dafne

Libretto

Verdi

Intermezzi

Opera Buffa

Recitative

Opera Seria

Work

II. APPLICATION. Direction: Write REP if the statement is about the Renaissance Period, BP if the
statement is about the Baroque Period, CP if the statement is about the Classical Period and ROP if
the statement is about Romantic Period. (10pts)
__________1. Italian opera became much popular than court music.
__________2. Gioacchino Rossini was one of the most outstanding Italian opera composers during the
early 19th century in this period.
__________3. In this period, the typical form of an opera has three movements (fast-slow-fast).
__________4. Orchestras became smaller and only strings and the basso continuo were used.
__________5. Dafne and Euridice were the early experiments in opera in this period.

__________6. Opera Seria and Opera Buffa were still maintained during the 19th century.
__________7. The bel canto or beautiful singing was established during this period.
__________8. Opera Buffa and Opera Seria were popular during this period.
__________9. He played a great role in the development of opera in this period.
__________10. The major operatic center of opera during 17th century, castrati became popular.

III. ESSAY. Direction: Answer the questions briefly. (10pts)

1. What makes an opera a unique and relevant art form? (5pts)

2. How was opera music sustained throughout the different periods of music history? (5pts)

Northern Philippines College for Maritime, Science and Technology


Lingsat, City of San Fernando, La Union
4th QUARTER EXAMINATION
ARTS
GRADE 9
Name: ________________________________________
Yr. & Sec.:___________________________

Date: _________________
Score: ________________

I. MULTIPLE CHOICE. Direction: Choose the best answer on the following questions. (10pts)
1. It is artistic performance based on a dramatic text that is staged using the elements of theatre.
a. Musical Play

b. Theatre Play

c. Musical Theatre

2. He was the Englands national poet and worlds greatest playwright.


a. Andrew Lloyd Webber

b. William Shakespeare

c. Harold Gray

3. It is a form of theatre that combines songs, spoken dialogue, acting and dance.
a. Musical Play

b. Theatre Play

c. Musical Theatre

4. In this century, ballad and comic operas became popular.


a. 20th century

b. 19th century

c. 18th century

5. A musical play based on the novel of the same title written in 1862 by Victor Hugo.
a. Les Miserables

b. My Fair Lady

c. The King and I

6. This musical play based on the comic strip Little Orphan Annie by Harold Gray.
a. Annie

b. Macbeth

c. Hamlet

7. It is a musical with lyrics and music by Andrew Lloyd Webber.


a. Evita

b. Sunset Boulevard

c. The Phantom of the Opera

8. He was an American librettist, theatrical producer and a theater director.


a. Richard Charles Rogers

b. Oscar Hammerstein II

c. Charles Strouse

9. He was an American composer and lyricist whose works include Company.


a. Martin Charnin

b. Herbert Kretzmer

c. Stephen Joshua Sondheim

10. His famous songs from musicals include The Music of the Night from The Phantom of the Opera.
a. Andrew Lloyd Webber
b. Claude-Michel Schonberg
c. George Bernard Shaw

II. APPLICATION. Direction: Read and analyse carefully the Musical Theatre Play The King and I,
Then make the plot of the story, describe the characters and the theme of the Musical Theatre Play.
(15pts)
Anna Leonowens, a young English widow, arrives with her son Louis in Bangkok, capital of the
kingdom of Siam, in the early 1860's. She has been engaged by the King to teach English and
Western ideas to his family of many wives and many more children. Anna tells Louis how she will
bravely face the dangers before them (I Whistle a Happy Tune) - and indeed she doubts whether her
decision to come was right.
At Court, her Western ideas quickly conflict with oriental traditions. The King's proclaiming of his
belief in Western ideals does not stop him accepting a slave girl Tuptim as a gift from the King of
Burma. Tuptim is repelled by him (My Lord and Master) and loves Lun Tha who has escorted her to
Bangkok.
When Anna meets the King, her doubts turn to anger when she discovers he has chosen to forget his
various promises concerning salary and particularly that he had promised her a brick house next to
the palace. She is only prevented from leaving by meeting the King's enchanting children (The March
of the Siamese Children). She decides to stay; and the royal wives are keen to hear of the differences
between their two cultures, and the similarity when it comes to love and family (Hello, Young Lovers).

Anna instructs the royal children, the King's wives, even sometimes the King himself (Getting to Know
You). They learn of the outside world, and wonders like snow, ice, and individual freedom. The King is
fascinated, yet troubled, by these ideas (A Puzzlement). Anna has meanwhile befriended Tuptim and
lent her the new American novel 'Uncle Tom's Cabin' but she is worried that Tuptim and Lun Tha are
meeting secretly (We Kiss in a Shadow).
Anna admires the King's strengths, but his stubbornness infuriates her. Lady Thiang, the King's first
wife understands this and counsels patience, for she sees how much the King and Anna need each
other. For all his stubbornness, pride and occasional cruelty, Lady Thiang says, he can sometimes do
Something Wonderful.
The King learns that a British diplomat is on the way to Bangkok, obviously to assess the King's hold
on his country. Anna cleverly suggests that a European dinner, with all the Court in Western dress,
and with a suitable entertainment (which the intelligent Tuptim could devise) would give Sir Edward
Ramsay an excellent impression of an enlightened and sophisticated society - and of the King, too.
The King is so impressed with 'his own idea' that he rewards the strong-willed "Mrs. Anna" with a firm
promise of the brick house, as in their agreement.
The dinner is a great success; Tuptim's entertainment, a ballet entitled The Small House of Uncle
Thomas (an outstanding feature of the score) will be her last act in Siam because Lun Tha has
arranged an escape immediately afterwards, so they will be together forever (I Have Dreamed). The
'subversive' message of the ballet's story worries the King momentarily, but Sir Edward's
compliments and generous endorsement of his regime give the King great satisfaction.
The plan has worked. The King and Anna, alone, congratulate each other and in the mood of
celebration he asks her to teach him the polka (Shall We Dance?) As they dance, we see how the
growing friendship is rapidly ripening into sexual attraction, but the mood is shattered when news
comes that Lun Tha and Tuptim have been caught escaping. The secret police kill him, and the King,
suddenly no longer a Westernised monarch, prepares to punish Tuptim with the whip. Anna upbraids
him for this regression to barbarism, which has spoiled everything he has been striving to achieve.
His arm falls, the whip drops, but he realises that his absolute power has evaporated and he flees the
room, a broken man.
Anna realises that she has so humiliated the King that she must leave Siam, but she is stopped from
embarking by a note from him - he expresses his gratitude for all she has done, but says he is dying.
Shocked, she returns to the Palace and finds him on his deathbed surrounded by wives and children,
who now beg Anna not to leave them. She is deeply moved and realises how much she loves them
and how much they need her. The dying King commands her to take notes from his eldest son, Prince
Chulalongkorn, who will be the new King. The Prince, who has learned his lessons well from Anna,
announces that there will no more bowing and scraping before him, but as his father dies and all
present prostrate themselves, their obeisance is not only to the dead King but to the new one.

Plot

Characters

Theme

III. ESSAY. Direction: Answer the question briefly. (5pts)


Self-assessment based on your activity - Theater Play Posters-making

1. What are the qualities of an effective Theater Play Poster? (5pts)

Northern Philippines College for Maritime, Science and Technology


Lingsat, City of San Fernando, La Union
4th QUARTER EXAMINATION
HEATLH
GRADE 9
Name: ________________________________________
Yr. & Sec.:___________________________

Date: _________________
Score: ________________

I. IDENTIFICATION. Direction: Identify the correct answer of the following questions. Write your
answer on the space provided. Choose your answers on the box below. (10 pts)
__________1. It is a recognizable design, label or logo which a company uses to identify its products
and services.
__________2. The symbol used for registered trademark.

__________3. It encompasses the tangible and intangible properties owned by the company.
__________4. The symbol used for trademark.
__________5. It helps protect a business and its products and services.
__________6. The word branding came from the Old Norse word brandr which means.
__________7. It is the visible trademark which identifies the brand.
__________8. . It is an exclusive right granted by the government for a, process or an improvement of a
product.
__________9. Also known as the Consumer Act of the Philippines.
__________10. The agency tasked to ensure that foods, drugs, cosmetics and devices to be sold or sold
in the market.

BFAD

Patent

TM

Brand

RA Act 7394

to burn

Intellectual Property Philippines

RA Act 7493

Trademark

Logo

Trademark Registration

I. APPLICATION. Direction: Group the following Criteria for Evaluating Health Services according to
Competent, Quality, Professional Services, Cost Effectiveness and Accessibility of Services.
(10pts)

Competent, Quality,
Professional Services

Cost Effectiveness

Accessibility of Services

Are you made to feel comfortable during consultations, treatment and care?
Do the health professional and staff conduct themselves in a courteous and professional
manner?
Do you feel that the amount paid for the service is money well spent?
Does the facility have a reputation for good, competent and quality service?
Does the health professional explain your condition well and provide you options and
alternatives?
Does the health professional listen to client feedback?
Is the health service covered by your health insurance or plan?
Is the health service accessible through public transportation?
Is the health service being provided by a licensed medical and health practitioner?
Is the service effective and requires no follow up visits?

III. ESSAY. Direction: Answer the following questions briefly. (5pts)


1. What is the difference between trademark and brand? (5pts)

2. How do brands and trademarks affect consumers choices of health products and services? (5pts)

Northern Philippines College for Maritime, Science and Technology


Lingsat, City of San Fernando, La Union
4th QUARTER EXAMINATION
PHYSICAL EDUCATION
GRADE 9
Name: ________________________________________
Yr. & Sec.:___________________________

Date: _________________
Score: ________________

I. MODIFIED TRUE OR FALSE. Direction: Write TRUE if the statement is true and if the statement
is false, change the underlined word/s to make it right. (20pts)
__________1. The main objective of the game basketball is to shoot the ball.
__________2. The game shall start with a jump ball in the center line conducted by a referee.
__________3. A minimum of five players per team is allowed to start the game.
__________4. The ball becomes dead and the game clock is stopped during time-outs.
__________5. When a live ball sinks in the basket from above, a shoot is made.

__________6. Toss coin starts the game in volleyball.


__________7. A team shall continue serving until a fault occurs or the game is completed.
__________8. Rotation shall be counterclockwise, following the first serve by each team.
__________9. Rally point system will be used in all games.
__________10. Three substitutions is the maximum permitted per team, per set.

III. ESSAY. Direction: Answer the following questions briefly. (10pts)


1. Explain the importance of knowing the rules and regulations of the game. (5pts)

2. In what way, can you relate the game basketball and volleyball in your life? (5pts)

Northern Philippines College for Maritime, Science and Technology


Lingsat, City of San Fernando, La Union
4th QUARTER EXAMINATION
MUSIC
GRADE 8
Name: ________________________________________
Yr. & Sec.:___________________________

Date: _________________
Score: ________________

I. MULTIPLE CHOICE. Direction: Choose the best answer on the following questions. (10pts)
1. The two ancient foundations of Japanese music.
a. Japanese art music and traditional music
b. Japanese art music and folk music
c. Japanese art music and cultural music
2. It is the oldest music and dance in Japan.
a. Gagaku

b. Kangen

3. This category of Gagaku is performed only for religious purposes

c. Shinto

a. Gagaku

b. Kangen

c. Shinto

4. An orchestral music composed of wind and string instruments.


a. Gagaku
b. Kangen

c. Shinto

5. A standard composition starts with a free tempo called the.


a. Ha
b. Jo

c. Kyu

6. The music performed in the Noh.


a. Nohgaku

c. Nohkan

b. Nohgen

7. It is the great theatrical contribution of the Edu period.


a. Kabuku
b. Kabuki

c. Kabiku

8. The name given to modern long songs.


a. Ko-uta
b. Kumi-uta

c. Naga-uta

9. A folk song that is popular to the older Japanese generation.


a. Cherry Blossoms
b. Sakura

c. Tankai

10. He was the arranger of the song Cherry Blossoms.


a. Ukon Masaru
b. Ge Shunzhong

c. Kuo Chu

II. MODIFIED TRUE OR FALSE. Direction: Write TRUE if the statement is true and if the statement
is false, change the underlined word/s to make it right. (20pts)
__________1. Japanese musical scale contains seven tones in one octave.
__________2. The first three scales are known as the Ritsusen.
__________3. The last three scales are known as the Ryosen.
__________4. The sound of the Japanese pentatonic scale is similar to that minor mode.
__________5. There are traditional songs with free rhythm and those which are measured.
__________6. Japanese music is considerably influenced by Chinese tradition.
__________7. Japanese instruments are played in operas, theatrical dances and court rituals.
__________8. Koto is played either solo or in an ensemble and to accompany dancers.
__________9. Shamisen is a string instrument played with plectra.
__________10. Sho is a mouth-pipe organ made of 17 reed pipes.

Northern Philippines College for Maritime, Science and Technology


Lingsat, City of San Fernando, La Union
4th QUARTER EXAMINATION
ARTS
GRADE 8
Name: ________________________________________
Yr. & Sec.:___________________________

Date: _________________
Score: ________________

I. MULTIPLE CHOICE. Direction: Choose the best answer on the following questions. (10pts)
1. Who were the discoverers of Photography?
a. Rudolph Edades and Arnold Doubleday
b. Louis Daguerre and Joseph Niepce
c. Philip Halsted and Michael Howard
2. Where was Photography discovered?
a. United States

b. London

c. France

3. When was Photography arrived in the Philippines?


a. 1850

b. 1860

c. 1840

4. What was the most important element in Photography?


a. camera

b. film

c. light

5. Why do people take pictures or photography?


a. to have satisfaction
b. to record the historical episodes in our lives
c. to have souvenirs
6. What was the name of the old Chinese art?
a. Printmaking

b. Patternmaking

c. Papermaking

b. 300 B.C

c. 400 B.C

7. When was the old Chinese art discovered?


a. 200 B.C

8. Who was the printmaker of the Decorative Divider Wall?


a. Chew Teng Beng

b. Harada Shiro

c. Leonilo Doloricon

9. When was Marco Polo reached the court of Kublai Khan?


a. 15th century

b. 14th century

c. 13th century

10. What did Marco Polo brought when he reached the court of Kublai Khan?
a. Chinese art and music
b. Chinese cultures and traditions
c. Chinese characters and designs
II. IDENTIFICATION. Direction: Identify the correct answer of the following questions. Write your
answer on the space provided. Choose your answers on the box below. (10 pts)
__________1. It is the most impressive architectural art of China.
__________2. The country where Pagodas and shrines originated.
__________3. This is the great theatrical contribution of the Japanese.
__________4. The acronym ASEAN means.
__________5. The most famous legends of the Chinese believe on New Years Eve.
__________6. This church is the heart of the city of Manila.
__________7. The language used by Indonesians.
__________8. It is the pattern of motifs used by Muslims.
__________9. It is considered as the most beautiful building in the world.
__________10. The popular greeting of Chinese which means congratulations.

Association of Southeast Asian Nation

Great Wall of China

Affiliation of Southeast Asian Nation

Japan

Bahasa

Kabuki

China
III. COMPLETION TYPE. Direction: Complete the table below. (10pts)

Kungshai
Nien
Okkil

Taj Mahal

Religion/Architectural
Influence
Example:

Indias Hindu Temples,


Buddhist Temples and
Islam Mosques

Singapore

Chinas Taoist Shrines,


Shinto Shrines, Pagodas
and Stupas

Hindu

Taoist/Buddhist Pagodas

1. _______________

Angkor Wat & Angkor Thom

Buddhist Stupas/Shrines

Indonesia

2. _______________

3. _______________

4. _______________

Islam Mosques

Buddhist Shrines/Pagodas

Myanmar

5. _______________

6. _______________

7. _______________

Buddhist Temples

Buddhist Shrines

8. _______________

Islam Mosques and Catholic


Churches

Sri Lanka

9. _______________

10. _______________

Shinto/Zen/ Buddhist Shrines

Northern Philippines College for Maritime, Science and Technology


Lingsat, City of San Fernando, La Union
4th QUARTER EXAMINATION
HEALTH
GRADE 8
Name: ________________________________________
Yr. & Sec.:___________________________

Date: _________________
Score: ________________

I. MULTIPLE CHOICE. Direction: Choose the best answer on the following questions. (10pts)
1. These are chemicals that affect the central nervous system.
a. Stimulants

b. Analgesics

c. Narcotics

2. A kind of stimulant that has a strong effect on the user.


a. Amphetamine

b. Cocaine

c. Shabu

3. It is a crystalline stimulant drug which comes from the coca leaves.


a. Shabu

b. Ecstasy

c. Cocaine

b. Shabu

c. Amphetamine

b. Pirarro

c. Pizarro

4. It is called the poor mans cocaine.


a. Ecstasy
5. He discovered coca leaves as a drug.
a. Pierre
6. Cocaine is also called as

a. Little Pill

b. Love Drug

c. Champuga Drug

7. The following terms are the street language for Ecstasy, except
a. Champuga Drug

b. Little Pill

c. Love Drug

8. This complication occurs when there is swelling, hardening and infection of the nerve.
a. Phlebitis

b. Inflammation

c. Contagion

9. The Dangerous Drug Act of 1972 is also known as


a. Republic Act No. 6465
b. Republic Act No. 6519
c. Republic Act No. 6564
10. The Republic Act No. 9165 is also known as
a. Comprehensive Dangerous Drug Act of 2001
b. Comprehensive Dangerous Drug Act of 2002
c. Comprehensive Dangerous Drug Act of 2003

II. APPLICATION. Direction: Read and think about the following situations then respond to the
questions below. (10pts)
Situation A: You have a friend who is overweight. She wants to lose some weight because she does
not feel good about her size. She easily gets tired even when taking just a short walk. She started
using amphetamine after hearing from a friend that this drug will help lose some weight.
1. What would you do as a friend?

2. How can you help her?

3. What is the basis of your action?

Situation B: A group of students are preparing for the final examination. They have agreed to hold a
group session in the house of one of the students in the group. They agreed also to stay until late at
night so they tried to take amphetamine to keep themselves awake while reviewing.
1. How would you react to this situation?

2. What would you do to help them?

3. How would you justify you actions??

III. ESSAY. Direction: Answer the following questions briefly. (10pts)


1. Why do young people abuse prohibited drugs? (5pts)

2. What are the ways in preventing stimulants abuse?

Northern Philippines College for Maritime, Science and Technology


Lingsat, City of San Fernando, La Union
4th QUARTER EXAMINATION
PHYSICAL EDUCATION
GRADE 8
Name: ________________________________________
Yr. & Sec.:___________________________

Date: _________________
Score: ________________

I. TRUE OR FALSE. Direction: Write YES if the statement is true then write NO if the statement is
false. (10pts)
__________1. Softball and baseball are the same.
__________2. The name baseball was originally called baseball in1744.
__________3. Copperstown is the one who invented baseball.
__________4. The playing field of baseball and softball is called a diamond.
__________5. The skills in playing baseball and softball includes pitching, throwing, catching, batting
and controlling.
__________6. Soccer is popularly known as football in our country.
__________7. The game soccer is played in 40 minutes with 20 minutes for each half time.
__________8. There are six flaglets used by the linesmen.
__________9. The ball in soccer is spherical in shape.
__________10. In playing soccer, one needs to attain skills in kicking, controlling, dribbling, stopping
and running the ball.

II. LABELLING. Direction: Label the following Position of the Infield Players in Soccer correctly.
(10pts)
__________ .8

1
__________ .9

7. __________

1
4. __________
3. __________

__________ .5

1
1. __________

__________.6
2. __________

III. ESSAY. Direction: Answer the question briefly. (10pts)

Differentiate Baseball Game from Softball Game in terms of the equipment being used in
playing these sports.

Baseball

Diamond

Ball

Bat

Home
Plate

Bases

Softball

Northern Philippines College for Maritime, Science and Technology


Lingsat, City of San Fernando, La Union
4th QUARTER EXAMINATION
MUSIC
GRADE 7

Name: ________________________________________
Yr. & Sec.:___________________________

Date: _________________
Score: ________________

I. IDENTIFICATION. Direction: Identify the correct answer of the following questions. Write your
answer on the space provided. Choose your answers on the box below. (10 pts)

__________1. It is a Filipino love song.


__________2. A Filipino song has a lively music and rhythm similar to the jota of Spaniards.
__________3. Originally, this Filipino song is a war song and dance.
__________4. This Filipino song is written in verse and the melody is in free prose rhythm.
__________5. It is a section of the song Kundiman, where it is in the major key to express hope.
__________6. He wrote the lyrics of the song Nasaan Ka, Irog?
__________7. It is the place where Kumintang was originated.
__________8. He wrote the song Mutya Ng Pasig.
Balayan,
Batngas
de Belen
__________9.
It is the time
signature ofGaspar
the songAquino
Kumintang.

Nicanor Abelardo

Balitaw
Major Key
__________10. He was the first writer of Pasyon in 1704.

Nicanor Asistio

Kundiman
Kumintang

Minor Key
3
4

Reading of the Passion


4
4

I. APPLICATION. Direction: Perform the following items correctly. (20pts)


A. Direction: Analyze the following songs carefully. Write B if it has a Binary Form and T if it has a
Ternary Form. (10pts)
_____1. Leron Leron Sinta
_____6. Ang Bayan Ko
_____2. Lupang Hinirang
_____7. Sorry
_____3. Manang Biday
_____8. Stitches
_____4. Pamulinawen
_____9. Loveyouself
_____5. Lets Go City of San Fernando
_____10. San Fernando City Theme Song

B. Direction: Compose a song about the Filipino music in the Tune of Happy Birthday. (10pts)

Northern Philippines College for Maritime, Science and Technology


Lingsat, City of San Fernando, La Union
4th QUARTER EXAMINATION
ARTS
GRADE 7

Name: ________________________________________
Yr. & Sec.:___________________________

Date: _________________
Score: ________________

I. MULTIPLE CHOICE. Direction: Choose the best answer on the following questions. (10pts)
1. Where was carbon dated to have existed?
a. Ravel Cave, Cagayan
b. Tabon Cave in Palawan
c. Manunggul Cave, Palawan
2. When was vessel and burial jars found?
a. 3385-825 B.C

b. 895-775 B.C

c. 1450-1290 B.C

3. Where was technology for metalwork already known?


a. Butuan City & Sta. Ana, Manila
b. Camarines Norte & Sorsogon
c. Surigao del Norte & Cotabato
4. What was the name of the ancient system in believing in anito or diwata?
a. Affinity System

b. Connection System

c. Kinship System

5. Where was balisong, bolos and knives originated?


a. Lipa, Batangas
b. Agono, Rizal
c. Calamba, Laguna
6. Which of the following countries who produced ceramics does not belong to the group?
a. Korean

b. Japanese

c. Malaysia

7. What was the greatest contribution of Japanese?


a. Samurai Knight

b. Samurai Sword

c. Samurai Armor

b. Kalinga

c. Cordillera

8. Where was carving tools first used?


a. Ifugao

9. Which of the following countries influenced us the practice of dead cremation?


a. India

b. Thailand

c. China

10. Where was embalming preserving and hanging of the dead in caves being practiced?
a. Apayao

b. Cordillera

c. Palawan

II. APPLICATION. Direction: Write and design your name or nickname in the middle space of the
paper, then inside and around the letters of your name, draw objects that you like or things that
represent your name. Explain you artwork for at least 3 to 5 sentences. (20pts)

Northern Philippines College for Maritime, Science and Technology

Lingsat, City of San Fernando, La Union


4th QUARTER EXAMINATION
HEALTH
GRADE 7
Name: ________________________________________
Yr. & Sec.:___________________________

Date: _________________
Score: ________________

I. APPLICATION. Direction: Perform the following items. (20pts)


A. Direction: Identify the correct answer of the following questions by rearranging the different
jumbled words. (10pts)
__________1. (DROOG) The term drug comes from the Dutch word droog which means.
__________2. (UMIPO) This is source of drug comes from seed pods of the poppy.
__________3. (REMUS) This is source of drug comes from animals.
__________4. (TERSSANPEDS) These are drugs called as downers and tranquilizers.
__________5. (CINOHALLUGENS) This is a drug that can affect sensation, thinking and emotions.
__________6. (SUPPERS) The other name of Stimulants.
__________7. (CANALESIG) A drug used to relieve pain.
__________8. (TOC) Drugs that are not prescribed by a doctor.
__________9. (JUANAMARI) One of the prohibited drugs, abused by young people and adults.
__________10. (GACIRETTES)

A small cylinder of finely cut tobacco leaves rolled in thin paper for

smoking.

B. Direction: Group the following terms according to Sources of Drugs, Forms of Drugs and Kinds of
Narcotics. (10pts)
Sources of Drugs

Animals
Capsule
Chemical
Codeine
Heroin

Forms of Drugs

Kinds of Narcotics

Liquid
Pill
Plants
Powder
Tablet

III. ESSAY. Direction: Answer the following questions briefly. (10pts)

1. In what way do drugs affect our health? (5pts)

2. How can drug abusers avoid using prohibited drugs like marijuana and inhaling chemicals?
(5pts)

Northern Philippines College for Maritime, Science and Technology


Lingsat, City of San Fernando, La Union

4th QUARTER EXAMINATION


PHYSICAL EDUCATION
GRADE 7

Name: ________________________________________
Yr. & Sec.:___________________________

I. MULTIPLE CHOICE. Direction: Choose the best answer on the following questions. (10pts)

1. Who invented the game basketball?


a. James Smith

b. James Naismith

a. Springfield, Massachusetts, USA

b. Holyoke, Massachusetts, USA

c. Copperstown, Massachusetts, USA

3. When was the game basketball invented?

a. 1895

b. 1892

c. 1891

4. What is the main objective of the game basketball?


a. to shoot

b. to win

c. to defend

5. Which of the following fundamental skills in Basketball does not belong to the group?
a. Passing

6. Who invented the game Volleyball?

a. William A. Morgan
William C. Morgan

7. Where was Volleyball invented?

a. Massachusetts, USA

b. Holyoke, USA

c. Copperstown, USA

c. James Naismite

2. Where was the game basketball invented?

Date: _________________
Score: ________________

8. What was the first name of Volleyball?

b. Dribbling

b. William B. Morgan

c. Controlling

c.

a. Valley ball

c. Montinette

9. What is the score system used in playing Volleyball?

b. Mintonette

a. Round Robin

b. Rotund Point

c. Rally Point

10. Which of the following fundamental skills in Volleyball does not belong to the group?

a. Passing

b. Controlling

c. Spiking

II. TRUE OR FALSE. Direction: Write Right if the statement is true then write Wrong if the
statement is false. (10pts)

__________1. The game shall start with a jump ball in the center circle.

__________2. A player can run with the ball.

__________3. The ball becomes dead when violation occurs

__________4. A goal is made when a live ball enters the basket from above and remains in.

__________5. The ball may be thrown forward with one or two hands.

__________6. Toss coin starts the game in volleyball.

__________7. A team shall continue serving until a fault occurs or the game is completed.

__________8. Rotation shall be counterclockwise, following the first serve by each team.

__________9. Rally point system will be used in all games.

__________10. Three substitutions is the maximum permitted per team, per set.

III. ESSAY. Direction: Answer the questions briefly. (10pts)

1. Differentiate Basketball Game from Volleyball Game in terms of the following. (10pts)

Basketball Game

Volleyball Game

Equipment/
Materials

Fundament
al Skills

2. Self-assessment
1. Write something about your experience in performing and playing the game basketball and
volleyball. (5pts)

2. What values can you derive from your experience? (5pts)