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Republic of the Philippines

Department of Education
MIMAROPA Region
Division of Palawan
Coron School of Fisheries
Coron, Palawan

3rd Periodic Examination in MAPEH 7

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS: Read and understand the questions comprehensively. STRICTLY NO ERASURES. Write the
letters only.

MUSIC
1. A chant-style used in rocking a baby to sleep.
a. Dikker Chant b. Lullaby c. Ya-ya
2. Traditionally performed during wedding rites, wherein the singers are extemporizing allusions and double
meanings as they vie with each other.
a. Dikker b. Lugu c. Bayok
3. A gong-based ensemble used by the Tausug, Yakan and Sama-Bajao.
a. Bamboo Ensemble b. Kulintang Ensemble c. Rondalla d. Guitar Ensemble
4. An instrument in Mindanao that is highly valued priceless heirloom that can command a high price as dowries.
a. Agung b. Gabbang c. Kulintang
5. An instrument made mainly of Tamiang bamboo.
a. Suling b. Kudyapi c. Flute
6. What do you call the groups of indigenous people from Mindanao which means “NATIVE”?
a. Lumad b. Lamud c. Ifugao
7. What style of chant does Yakans used in reading the Qu’ran?
a. Lugu b. Kalangan c. Lunsey
8. The most prestigious local form of vocal expression heard during the Friday noon service before and after
Ramadan is called _____.
a. Reading the Qu’ran b. Singing of Lugu chant c. Reading the wedding rites
9. A lyrical rendition of different improvised text.
a. Lullaby b. Chants c. Bayok
10. What instrument is a large, deep-rimmed gong, vertically suspended and hanged in a wooden frame?
a. Gabbang b. Suling c. Agung
11. A guitar-like made of bamboo, cut before one rod and after next.
a. Seronggagandi b. Gabbang c. Agung
12. Bayok is a Maranao term for _____.
a. Sacred song b. Secular song c. Lullaby
13. Songs that they used for serenading their loved ones.
a. Lugu b. Kalangan c. Sp aail
14. What is the semi-generic term for a lyrical rendition of different improvised text?
a. Chant b. Bayok c. Lullaby
15. A native xylophone in Sulu, a bamboo keyboard on top and constructed out of wood.
a. Gabbang b. Seronggagandi c. Agung

ARTS
1. A traditional dance which demonstrates the various ways of wearing malong and its uses.
a. Kapa Malong Malong b. Kapa Malong c. Malong Malong
2. What do you call a square cloth used by the Yakan women as a head cover or as a belt?
a. Badjulapi b. Seputangan c. Pinalantupan
3. The traditional tight-fitting trousers made of Yakan fabric characterized by its vertical stripes design.
a. Badjulapi b. Sawal c. Malong
4. The legendary bird of the Maranao and said to be a symbol of good fortune.
a. Sarimanok b. Okir c. Manik-sembulan
5. A charmed necklace or bracelet made of fruits of a flower beaded together to protect them from sickness.
a. Maniktegiyas b. Maniksembulan c. Pegupaan
6. A heavy brass commonly worn by T’boli women during festivals.
a. Hilot b. Suwatlmimotis c. Saruk
7. The ancestral house of the upper-class Maranao; it is the dwelling place of the Datu along with his wives and
children.
a. Badjao b. Grand Mosque c. Torogan
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8. The National Artist for Architecture who designed the Monastery of the Transfiguration.
a. Leandro Locsin b. Fr. Melchor De Vera c. Fr. Abbot Africa
9. The fort build by the Spaniards in order to protect the people of Sulu Sea from the pirates.
a. Fort Pilar b. Grand Mosque c. Monastery

10. An earthenware vessel for secondary burial from Sarangani Province


a. Manunggul Jar b. Maitum Jar c. Both a and b
11. It is a single-edged steel sword with a handle made of hand carved ivory in a form of the head of Naga or a
serpent.
a. Rarub-A-Klong b. Kampilan c. Kendi
12. An heirloom teapot or kettle used for hot water, coffee or tea.
a. Kendi b. Kampilan c. Gador
13. A large wooden boat used by the pre-colonial Filipinos to transverse the seas of trade or migration
a. Vinta b. Balangay c. Bangka
14. The sail, called Vinta because;
a. It consists of similar colors and geometric shapes
b. It consists of several colors and non-geometric shapes
c. It consists of several colors and geometric shapes
15. A wing-like ornament of a torogan flaring out from the beams.
a. Torogan b. Okir c. Panolong

PHYSICAL EDUCATION
1. What kind of folk dance is Tinikling?
a. Rural b. Mindanao c. Cordillera d. Spanish Influence
2. Your classmate positions one arm in a half-circle in front, other raised overhead, what position of the arms did
he execute?
a. 1st b. 2nd c. 3rd d. 4th
3. Your teacher asked you to do the “kumintang”, what will you do?
a. Turn hand clockwise, raise and lower the wrist twice.
b. Turn the hand from wrist either clockwise or counter-clockwise.
c. With fist closed and thumb sticking out lower and raised the wrist.
d. Turn hand up and down, with elbows close to waist and forms parallel.
4. It means to hit the floor noisily and forcibly either with the ball or heel of the feet.
a. Cut b. Tap c. Brush d. Stamp
5. Which dance step follows the step pattern – point (ct 1), close (ct 2)?
a. Point step b. Touch step c. Change step d. Close step
6. Which step pattern and counting is for Change step?
a. Step (ct 1), close (ct2), step (ct 3)
b. Step (ct 1), close (ct and), step (ct 3)
c. Step (ct 1), close (ct 2), step (ct and)
d. Step (ct and), close (ct 1), step (ct 2)
7. Teacher Zee asked Mike to demonstrate the 3rd position of the Arms to his classmates. Which of the following
description is CORRECT?
a. One arm raised sideward, the other arm overhead.
b. One arm in a half circle in front, other arm raised overhead.
c. Both arms raised sideward with a graceful curve.
d. Both hands raised overhead.
8. The impact (often with the ground) or tension force like hopping, leaping and jumping in Tinikling promotes
a. Speed b. Balance c. Flexibility d. Muscle and bone strength
9. Which of the following statements is NOT true about folk dancing?
a. It makes you physically inactive.
b. It helps you develop endurance.
c. A skill is needed by a dancer to dance it.
d. It is a traditional dance of a given people.
10. If a dancer’s breathing is deep and rapid after performing a folk dance, what is the intensity of his activity?
a. Light b. Moderate c. Moderately light d. heavy

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For numbers 11-15

a. 1st position b. 2nd position c. 3rd position d. 4th position e. 5th position

11. 12.

13. 14.

15.

HEALTH

1. The physiological and emotional response to a significant or unexpected change or disruption in one’s life.
a. Stress b. stressor c. GAS
2. GAS means _____.
a. General Adaption Symptom
b. General Adaptation Sign
c. General Adaptation Syndrome
3. It refers to the end of the physical being of a person that is caused by an illness or accident.
a. Loss b. Death c. Grief
4. These are the things that make a person stressed.
a. Stressors b. Stressers c. Stresses
5. The negative stress
a. Eustress b. Stressor c. Distress
6. Disorders that disrupt the thinking, feelings, moods and behaviors and impair daily functioning.
a. Emotional Illnesses b. Mental Illness c. Physical Illness
7. Events, conditions or situations that may activate a person’s tendency to experience symptoms of mental
Disorders.
a. Triggers b. Tigers c. Active
8. A person may develop a major depressive disorder if he/she is _____.
a. Agitated b. Slow to react c. Concentrating
9. Bipolar disorder is also called _____.
a. Schizophrenia b. Manic Depressive Disorder c. Depressive Disorder

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10. What mental illness has a symptom of being spaced out or tulala?
a. Post-traumatic stress disorder
b. Major Depressive Disorder
c. Bipolar disorder
11. The positive stress is ….
a. Eustress b. Distress c. stressor
12. The emotional suffering caused by a loss, disaster or misfortune.
a. Death b. Grief c. Sadness
13. The person was able to escape safely from burning houses but still felt very stresses.
a. Alarming stage b. Resistance Stage c. Exhaustion Stage
14. When the fire was killed, the person was not able to move on.
a. Alarming stage b. Resistance Stage c. Exhaustion Stage
15. A person feels very alarmed and he suddenly raised up the washing machine.
a. Alarming stage b. Resistance Stage c. Exhaustion Stage

“For the LORD gives wisdom; from his mouth come knowledge
and understanding”
Proverbs 2:6

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