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Review Test in MAPEH

MUSIC
I.

II.

III.

III.

Identify the sounds of the following. Write S if it produces


soft sound and L for loud sound.
1. Whispering
6. A gentle breeze
2. Shouting
7. Firecrackers
3. Blowing of horn
8. A clock ticking
4. Rock Concert
9. Thunder
5. A bird chirping
10. A baby asleep
Put a check mark () if the statement is correct and cross
mark () if the statement is wrong.
1. Dynamic marks tell us how slow or how fast a piece of
music should be played or sung.
2. There are songs that we have to sing softly and there
are songs that we have to sing loudly.
3. Timbre can be light or heavy, high or low.
4. Percussion instruments are instruments that we blow.
5. Piano is an Italian word that means we have to sing
the song loudly.
6. We can express more the true meaning of a song
using tempo and dynamics.
7. The most convenient instrument is our voice.
8. The fastness and slowness of sounds is called timbre.
9. There are different tempo marks in Italians such as
adagio, largo, allegro, and presto.
10. Performing music at the proper tempo make the
music more beautiful and meaningful.
Fill in the blanks with the missing word.
WORD
1.
3.

SYMBOL
p
4.

5.
6.

ff

WORD
Adagio

1.

MEANING

Allegro

3.

2.
4.

MEANING
Very Soft
Soft

2.
forte
fortissimo

IV.

P.E.

Very slow
Very fast

I.

ARTS
I.

1. Yellow
4. Yellow orange
2. Orange
5. Red
3. Yellow green
6. Red orange
Write TRUE on the line if the statement is correct and
FALSE if the statement is wrong.
1. Colors add interest to a drawing.
2. Contrasting or complementary colors are colors lying
on opposite sides of the color wheel.
3. Figure drawing is a drawing of a group of natural or
human made objects.
4. Still life drawing uses a variety of lines, shapes and
colors.
5. Action drawing is drawing bodies in motion.
6. You can combine different shapes to make an action
drawing.
7. Proportion is not that important in drawing human
figures.
8. Anybody can learn how to make action drawing.
9. Change the position of the arms and legs of the body
to show movement in a drawing.
10. A portrait is a drawing of a person.
11. Each person has unique facial features.
12. You need to apply proportion in drawing the face.
Make a still life drawing and color it using natural color of
the object.

Classify each picture below. Write YES if the picture is a


still life drawing and write NO if it is not.

II.

Identify the level of movement of the following. Write L for


low level, M for medium and H for high.
1. Move like a turtle
5. Shoot a ball
2. Reach for the ceiling
6. Move like a worm
3. Crawl like a baby
7. Climb like monkeys
4. Walk like a dog
8. Hop like a rabbit
Look at the pictures below. Describe how you moved in
Time, force and Flow by shading the word.

Fast

Slow

Bound

Free

Light

Heavy

Light

Heavy

Fast
III.

II.

Write the complementary or contrasting color of the colors


written on the left.

Slow

Complete the sentences by finding out the relationships


shown in the picture. Underline the correct word.
1. The boy is standing (beside, behind) a girl.

V.

2.

Identify if the statement match the correct movement


written inside the box. Put a check mark () if the
statement is correct and cross mark () if the statement
do not match.
1. One partner leads and the other one follows.

Miguel leaps (over, under) the box.

Leading and Following


2.

Stand side by side with your partner or with your


group mates. Make the same movements at the same
time.
Mirroring

3.

3.

Face your partner and make the same movements


like when you look in a mirror.
Matching

The girl is (inside, outside) the hoop.


4.

Travel toward, then, away from your partner.


Meeting and Parting

HEALTH
I.

4.

Encircle the answer to show what you should and you


should not do to the differently able.
1.
2.
3.
4.

The girl is crawling (over, under) the rope.

5.
6.

II.
5.

Eat, play and study with them.


Listen to their dreams and worries.
Hide their adaptive tools.
Stare at them because they look
different.
Call the names like retarded, crazy, and
slow.
Congratulate them for their
achievements.

Denise runs (around, through) the tree.

III.

The boy is passing the ball (over, under) his head.

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
IV.

IV.

Identify the movement qualities being described. Shade


the sun of your answer.
1. It refers to how fast or slow a movement is done.
O Time
O Flow
2. An action done continuously without stopping.
O Controlled Flow
O Free Flow
3. An action that can be stopped and does not flow
smoothly.
O Controlled Flow
O Free Flow
4. It refers to how strongly or lightly a movement is being
done.
O Time
O Force

NO
NO
NO
NO

YES

NO

YES

NO

Group the following words according to their kind of


emotions. Write them in proper column.
Proud
Sad
Shocked
Happy
Angry
Silly
Positive Feeling

6.

YES
YES
YES
YES

Negative Feeling

You have a new classmate who is differently able. She is


using crutches. How will you help her feel comfortable in
school? Write YES or NO.
Say hurtful remarks.
You start a conversation with her.
You always tell her that you pity her.
You do not want to be seated near her because her
crutches are blocking the space where you put your bag.
You accompany her when you visit other areas in school
like the library or the canteen.
You do not want to walk with her because she walks very
slowly.
Identify if the situation shows a positive (+) or negative (-)
feeling. Shade your answer.
1.
2.

3.
4.
5.

You kicked the door because you feel


upset.
You throw a tantrum when your parents
do not buy the gift you want for your
birthday.
You share your problems to your parents.
You laugh at your on mistakes.
You had a quarrel with your best friend,
so you hid his toy.

(+) (-)
(+) (-)

(+) (-)
(+) (-)
(+) (-)