Contemporary Philippine Arts from the Regions Grade 11 lesson

contemporary Philippine arts from the regions grade 11

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14. . Conceptualizes contemporary art based on techniques and performance practices in their locality - CAR11/12AP-0f -h-14



10. Researches on techniques and performance practices applied to contemporary arts - CAR11/12TPP-0c -e-10

Techniques and Performance Practices


Welcome again dear learners to another episode of understanding the nature of arts in the contemporary period. Are you excited about what's in store for you in this new lesson? In this Guided Learning Activity Kit, you will study a comprehensive discussion on the techniques and performance practices that cover traditional and contemporary approaches. Moreover, you will identify different mediums used by the artist and how they are applied in the present times. The activity will help you understand the deeper approaches in utilizing the techniques and performance practices.

Techniques and Performance Practices Introduction Welcome again dear learners to another episode of understanding the nature of arts in the contemporary period. Are you excited about what's in store for you in this new lesson? In this Guided Learning Activity Kit, you will study a comprehensive discussion on the techniques and performance practices that cover traditional and contemporary approaches. Moreover, you will identify different mediums used by the artist and how they are applied in the present times. The activity will help you understand the deeper approaches in utilizing the techniques and performance practices.

1. 2. 3. Objectives

At the end of this Guided Learning Activity Kit, you are expected to: identify the different techniques and performance practices applied to contemporary arts; discuss the different techniques and performance practices applied to contemporary arts; and create artworks using the techniques and performance applied in contemporary arts.

Techniques and Performance Practices Introduction Welcome again dear learners to another episode of understanding the nature of arts in the contemporary period. Are you excited about what's in store for you in this new lesson? In this Guided Learning Activity Kit, you will study a comprehensive discussion on the techniques and performance practices that cover traditional and contemporary approaches. Moreover, you will identify different mediums used by the artist and how they are applied in the present times. The activity will help you understand the deeper approaches in utilizing the techniques and performance practices.

1. 2. 3. Objectives At the end of this Guided Learning Activity Kit, you are expected to: identify the different techniques and performance practices applied to contemporary arts; discuss the different techniques and performance practices applied to contemporary arts; and create artworks using the techniques and performance applied in contemporary arts.

Discussion Have you been to a museum? 

Have you ever wondered how the artist utilizes their materials and how they apply the technique in their artwork? This lesson will discuss comprehensively the different mediums and techniques used by the artist in creating their masterpieces. 

What is medium? Medium is defined as the material, or the substance out of which a work is made. Through these materials, the artists express and communicate feelings and ideas. The medium also defines the nature of the art form as follows:

1. Sculpture uses metal, wood, stone, clay, and glass. It is the branch of the visual art that operates in three-dimension because it occupies space and has a volume. One form of sculpture is pottery and the notable examples are Guillermo Tolentino's Oblation, Bulul woodcarvings from the Cordilleras and carvings of saints in Christian churches by Santos. 

2. Architecture uses wood, bamboo, bricks, stone, concrete, and various  building materials. It is the art or practice of designing and constructing buildings.

3. Paintings uses pigments like watercolor, oil, tempera, textile paint, acrylic, ink on a usually flat ground such as wood, canvas, paper and stonewall used in cave paintings. 

4. Printmaking uses ink normally on paper but can also be used on woods, 4. metal plates, or silkscreens. Prints is classified as two-dimensional because they include the surface or ground on which coloring substances are applied. However, while paintings are unique, prints can be reproduced in several pre-determined editions. 

5. Music uses sounds and instruments (including the human voice), while the dancer uses the body. 

6. Dance uses the body and its movements. Dance is often accompanied by music, but there are dances that do not rely on musical accompaniment to be realized. Dance can tell stories, but at other times, they convey abstract ideas that do not rely on a narrative. 

7. Theater artist integrates all the arts and uses the stage, production design, performance elements, and script to enable the visual, musical, dance, and other aspects to come together as a whole work. 

8. Photography and filmmaking use the camera to record the outside world. The filmmaker uses the cinematographic camera to record and put together production design, sound engineering, performance, and screenplay. In digital photography and film, the images can be assimilated into the computer, thus eliminating the need for celluloid or negatives, processing chemicals, or print. 

9. Writing of a novel, poetry, nonfiction, and fiction uses words. 

On the basis of medium, the arts can be classified as practical, environmental, pictorial, narrative, dramatic, and musical. The musical arts include music, poetry (those that have perceptible rhythm and can be sung or danced to), and dance that is accompanied by music. The practical arts have immediate use for everyday and business life such as design, architecture, and furniture. Environmental arts occupy space and change in its meaning and function depends on their categories including architecture, sculpture, and site-specific works such as installations and public art. 

Pictorial works include painting, drawing, graphics and stage and production design (lighting, dress, props, and set). Works that are staged and performed are considered Dramatic and they include drama, performance art, or music and dance. If they are based on stories, the art forms are classified as narrative and they include drama, novel, fiction, nonfiction, music, and dance. 

As we have learned, all these art forms can be integrated to Combined arts, such as design, mixed media, photography, film, video, performance art, theater productions, and installations.

For example, a ritual involves the use of a sculpture such as a bulul, a dance, music, and production design that involves the wearing of textiles, jewelry, and a circular design where lighting can be as simple as a torch or sulo. In such settings, we do not sit separately from the stage, like what happens in a regular auditoriums or theaters. When sitting or standing in a circle with lead chanters, dancers, and musicians, everyone is encouraged to dance and participate. In our own ways, we become part of the community and the creative process, as active "artists" ourselves, rather than just audiences or spectators. The arts in such settings are integrated and cannot be separated into distinct forms; art is collectively consumed and created. On the other hand, the UP Chapel is made out of works made by individual National Artists practicing in the various arts. The architecture is by Leandro Locsin; the crucifix is by Napoleon Abueva; the floor mosaic is by Arturo Luz, and the Stations of the Cross are by Vicente Manansala who was assisted by Ang Kiukok. In 1968, the chapel was the site of a performance created by another National Artist, Jose Maceda. His piece combined indigenous voices, and instruments, and prayer is sung in Tagalog.

What is technique? 

Technique is the manner in which artists use and manipulate materials to achieve the desired formal effect, and communicate the desired concept, or meaning, according to his or her personal style (modern, Neoclassic, etc.). The distinctive character or nature of the medium determines the technique. For example, stone is chiseled, wood is carved, clay is modeled and shaped, metal is cast, and thread is woven. See for example below.

Technique involves tools and technology, ranging from the most traditional (for example carving, silkscreen, analog photography, and filmmaking) to the most contemporary (digital photography, digital filmmaking, music production, Industrial design, and robotics). Traditional Techniques Wood Carving.

Wood Carving Wood Carving is an art that has been practiced all over the world but very avidly in Southeast Asia where great pieces of woodwork have been crafted throughout the ages. Siem Reap was a center of arts for many years during the Angkor Empire, with sculptures of Apsara, Angkor tales and other stories regularly adorning the royal compounds. Today, these very same sculptures are made by craftsmen and placed in hotels all over.

Silk-screen printing Is one of the most popular printing techniques, and is most-used by companies when printing design onto products of different sizes and materials. It has been used for more than 100 years in the commercial and artistic sector and is mainly used for printing images and designs on T-shirts, Tote bags, paper, wood, ceramics and other materials. 

Analogue Photography Analogue photography refers to photography using an analogue camera and film. A roll of film loaded into the camera and the magic begins once you start clicking: light interacts with the chemicals in the film and an image is recorded. The pictures collected in your film roll come to life when the film is processed in a photo lab. 

Filmmaking Film production is the process of making a film. The direction or production of films for the cinema or television is a visual storytelling. Filmmaking involves a number of discrete stages including an initial story, idea, or commission, through screenwriting, casting, shooting, sound recording and reproduction, editing, and screening the finished product before an audience that may result in a film release and exhibition.

Filmmaking takes place in many places around the world in a range of economic, social, and political contexts, and using a variety of technologies and cinematic techniques. Typically, it involves a large number of people and can take from a few months to several years to complete. Filmmaker is the one who takes the onus of a feature film from beginning to end, and most commonly fulfills the dual role of producer and director (or more). 

Contemporary Techniques 

Digital photography Uses cameras containing arrays of electronic photodetectors to capture images focused by a lens, as opposed to an exposure on photographic film. The captured images are digitized and stored as a computer file ready for further digital processing, viewing, electronic publishing, or digital printing. 

Digital film making Is the norm these days, enabling filmmakers to blend art and digital media and speed up the process of filmmaking as well as be more creative and enterprising in the special effects department.

Digital film making Is the norm these days, enabling filmmakers to blend art and digital media and speed up the process of filmmaking as well as be more creative and enterprising in the special effects department. In short, more flexible digital cameras—such as the Panasonic HVX 200 and the RED One and Scarlet cameras—and editing software such as Final Cut Pro Studio, have made the cinematographer's and editor's jobs easier and made it possible for filmmakers to produce quality films at much less expensive cost. 

Music production It is the process of creating a recorded music project. A record producer usually handles music production, managing every aspect. That can include being a critical part of the creative process, such as deciding what instruments are used and contributing to song arrangements. Since music production plays a vital role in the quality of the final product, it can make or break the success of an album. Record producers give recommendations on which songs are best to record; manage financial aspects of recording; hire outside performers, if needed; and work with sound engineers in the recording process.

Industrial design It is a combination of art and engineering; drawing skills, creativity and technical knowledge are critical. Industrial designers usually choose to work on products in a specific industry, such as the medical, automobile, or technology industry.

Robotics It is an interdisciplinary research area at the interface of computer science and engineering. Robotics involves design, construction, operation, and use of robots. The goal of robotics is to design intelligent machines that can help and assist humans in their day-to-day lives and keep everyone safe.

Artistic Skills and Techniques to Contemporary Art Creations 

1. Collage is the technique of an art production used in the visual arts, where the artwork is made from on assemblage of different forms, thus creating a new whole. Collage may sometimes include magazines and newspaper clippings, ribbons, paints, bits of colored or handmade papers, portions of other artwork or texts, photographs, and other found objects, glued to a piece of paper or canvas.

2. Decollage is the opposite of collage; instead of an image is being built up all or parts of existing images, it is created by cutting, treating away, or otherwise removing pieces of an original image. The French word "Decollage" in English means "Take-Off' or "To become Unglued" or "To become unstuck". Examples of decollage include cut-up technique. Similar technique is the lacerated poster, a poster in which one has been placed over another or others, and the top poster or posters have been ripped, revealing to a greater or lesser degree the poster or poster underneath.



  • Identifies various contemporary art forms and their practices from the various regions. CAR11/12IAC-0a- 1
  • Discuss various art forms found in the Philippines CAR11/12IAC-0b-2
  • Researches on various contemporary art forms. CAR11/12CAP-)c-e3
  • Explains Filipino artists’ roles and identify their contribution to contemporary arts  CAR11/12caP-0c-e-4
  • Evaluates contemporary art forms based on the elements and principles  CAR11/12CAP-0c-e-5
  • Compares forms of arts from the different regions CAR11/12CAP-0c-e6
  •  Interprets and relates the significance of arts forms from the regions CAR/11/12CAP0-ce-7


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Amidst a gallery showcasing Philippine contemporary arts, the Grade 11students  come across a digital art installation featuring interactive elements that respond to the movements of the audience. This innovative piece explores the intersection of technology and culture. What element of Philippine contemporary art is most prominently featured in this artwork?

a. Space: The interactive elements create a dynamic use of both positive and negative space within the digital art installation.

b. Form: The integration of interactive technology and cultural elements emphasizes the artist's focus on three-dimensional form.

c. Color: The vibrant digital palette contributes to the visual impact of the artwork, showcasing the artist's emphasis on color.

d. Texture: The incorporation of interactive elements provides a unique tactile experience, highlighting the significance of texture in the artwork.

2. SPA students  of CNHS presented a series of paintings inspired by the rich folklore and mythology of the Philippines. Each canvas depicted mythological creatures and symbolic elements intertwined with contemporary themes. What element of Philippine contemporary art is most evident in these paintings?

a. Balance: The careful arrangement of mythological and contemporary elements creates visual harmony and balance in the paintings.

b. Shape: The distinct shapes and forms of mythological creatures contribute to the artist's focus on shape within the paintings.

c. Value: The contrast between traditional mythological elements and contemporary themes emphasizes the artist's exploration of value.

d. Proportion: The size relationships between mythological figures and modern symbols demonstrate the artist's attention to proportion in the paintings.

 What element of art would be most important to consider when creating a collage?

a) Shape     b) Color         c) Texture              d) Space

 What famous place  is known as the home to numerous galleries and collections, such as those owned by legendary collectors who have works from the Philippines' greatest masters like Napoleon Abueva, Vicente Manansala, Ang Kiukok, and H.R. Ocampo, among others.

A. Cebu B. Bulacan C. Manila D. Leyte

. If an artist is primarily working with paint, canvas, and other visual elements, which major art form does their work fall under in the context of Philippine Contemporary Art?

a. Performing Arts          b. Literary Arts        c. Visual Arts                  d. Media Arts

 In the context of the principles of arts, what does the term "emphasis" refer to?

a. To achieve the harmony in a composition

b. Creating a focal point or area of interest

c. Establishing the real sense of proportion

d. To enhancing the importance use of color


7. One of the paintings features a carefully arranged composition where elements on one side of the canvas mirror those on the other, creating a sense of stability. Which principle of arts is highlighted in this balanced arrangement?

a. Proportion      b. Balance     c. Movement      d. Unity

 How does contemporary art differ from traditional art?

a. Contemporary art focuses on historical themes, while traditional art explores modern concepts and other related issues.

b. Traditional art uses only classical techniques, while contemporary art embraces a wide range of mediums and styles.

c. Contemporary art is created and forms by famous artists, while traditional art is produced by emerging talents and skilful persons.

d. Traditional art is only found in museums, while contemporary art is displayed in various spaces and often reflects current societal issues. 

In what principle of art focuses on the relationship between elements to create a sense of completeness and wholeness?

A. Unity     B.Movement          C.Proportion      D. Contrast

10. An artist has been commissioned to create a large-scale artwork on the side of a building in the city center. What form of painting is most appropriate for this project?

A. Easel painting B. Telon Painting C. Murals   D.Collage

 A painter is setting up their canvas on a portable stand in their studio, intending to create a detailed landscape painting. What form of painting is the artist practicing?

A. Murals     B.Easel painting         C. Collage         D. Telon Painting

 A traditional theater performance is about to begin, and colorful backdrops are being used to set the stage for various scenes. What form of painting is employed to create these backdrops?

A. Murals                b. Easel painting     c. Telon Painting         d. Collage

 In which sculpture form are figures or designs carved or molded onto a flat surface, often found on walls or monuments?

a) Free-standing         b) Relief         c) Kinetic sculpture         d) Welded sculpture

14. What kind of sculpture utilizes movement as an integral part of the artwork, often using mechanical components?

a) Assemblage b) Kinetic sculpture c) Welded sculpture d) Free-standing


 Which sculpture type involves the joining of metal pieces through fusion, typically using heat?

a) Assemblage          b) Relief         c) Kinetic sculpture         d) Welded sculpture


 In CNHS stage production is being prepared every programs, and large painted backdrops are used to depict various scenes. What form of painting is commonly employed to create these theatrical backgrounds?

a Collage         b Easel painting         C. Murals         D. Telon Painting

17. Which is not true about embroidery?

a) Embroidery is the art of decorating fabric or other materials with needle and thread or yarn.

b) Embroidery can only be done by hand; machines cannot replicate the intricate designs.

c) Embroidery involves stitching patterns, designs, or pictures onto a base material to create decorative embellishments.

d) Embroidery can be found on clothing, accessories, household items, and religious artifacts, but it is not used for decorative art purposes.


18. Which situation best describes a child engaging in pottery for contemporary arts?

a) A child participates in a painting class using watercolors to create landscapes.

b) A child joins a group of peers to mold clay into abstract sculptures inspired.

c) A child learns traditional embroidery techniques to create patterns on fabric.

d) A child attends a photography workshop to capture images of urban landscapes.


19. Which is not true about metalcraft?

a) Metalcraft involves shaping and manipulating metal to create various objects or artworks.

b) Metalcraft can include techniques such as welding, forging, casting, and engraving.

c) Metalcraft is primarily used for creating delicate and intricate paper-based artworks.

d) Metalcraft has been practiced for centuries and is found in cultures around the world.


20. Which of the following best describes the process of analyzing various contemporary art works?

A. Judging the artworks based on personal tastes and preferences by making progress globally and literally accepted.

B.  Assessing the value of the artworks based on their price in the art market.

C.  Identifying the medium and techniques used without considering the context or meaning of contemporary arts.

D. Understanding the artist's intent, cultural and historical context, and interpreting the thematic significance of work.

21. As a student, which of the following examples best represents the creation of practical arts or utilitarian arts?

A) Performing a classical piano piece at a recital

B) Designing a sustainable and energy-efficient building

C) Creating a abstract painting using various colors and shapes

D) Writing a fictional short story with imaginative characters

22. What is a significant advantage or use of Various Contemporary Art Forms?

a) Preserving cultural heritage and traditions.

b) Generating immediately financial profit for artists to grow.

c) Limiting creative expression within established boundaries.

d) Reinforcing conformity to societal norms.

23. What is the best role do Various Contemporary Art Forms play in social cohesion?

a) They isolate individuals and create divisions within communities for progress.

b) They encourage apathy and indifference towards social issues  diverse.

c) They facilitate dialogue and promote empathy among diverse groups.

d) They prioritize individualism over collective well-being can create new thing.

24. Agriculture is equally vital for our economy. What is the primary use of agricultural art in farming?

A) Creating visually appealing crop fields and maintain in good purpose

B) Managing pests and diseases in crops to harvest in good quality

C) Designing sustainable farm buildings using social media platforms.

D) Applying scientific principles to cultivate crops efficiently

25. In what ways do Various Contemporary Art Forms benefit mental health and well-being?

a) By exacerbating stress and anxiety through controversial themes and loudable

b) By offering avenues for emotional expression and catharsis

c) By fostering true feelings of isolation and alienation

d) By promoting unhealthy competition and comparison but generally accepted

26. Imagine you are attending an art gallery exhibition featuring works created through collaborations between artists and corporate sponsors. As you explore the exhibit, you notice pieces that seamlessly integrate branding elements and commercial motifs, blurring the lines between art and commerce. Reflecting on this experience, you contemplate the impact of Business Art on our understanding of its role in contemporary society.

Considering the scenario described, which statement best reflects the impact of Business Art on our understanding of its role nowadays?

a) Business Art commodifies creativity, diminishing its intrinsic value and undermining artistic integrity.

b) Business Art fosters greater accessibility to art by bringing it into mainstream commercial spaces, expanding its reach and impact for the good of people  and the modernity.

c) Business Art reinforces elitist notions of culture, catering primarily to affluent patrons and corporate interests of individual to understand and promote for eco-friendly business.

d) Business Art challenges traditional boundaries between artistic expression and commercial enterprise, prompting critical discourse on the intersection of art and capitalism.

27. What is the nearest term for "Clinical Art"?

a) Psychotherapy        b) Art Therapy        c) Medical Illustration        d) Aesthetic Medicine

28. What role do modern famous artists and their artwork play in contemporary society?

a) Preservation of cultural heritage and traditions

b) Advocacy for social justice and political change

c) Reinforcement of traditional values and norms

d) Isolation of artistic expression from societal concerns

29. During the Japanese era, how might the role of modern famous artists and their artwork affect the lifestyle and disadvantage the Filipino people?

a) By promoting cultural exchange and appreciation

b) By challenging oppressive systems and advocating for human rights

c) By reinforcing colonial ideologies and erasing indigenous culture

d) By fostering unity and solidarity among diverse communities

30. What is a disadvantage of Modern Era (Neo-Realism, Abstraction Modern styles) arts in the Philippines?

a) Limited accessibility to international art markets

b) Preservation of traditional Filipino artistic techniques

c) Marginalization of indigenous cultural expressions

d) Promotion of cultural diversity and inclusivity

31. What is the famous work of Felipe P. de Leon, the composer?

a) "Bayan Ko" or Awit sa Paglikha ng Bagong Pilipino

b) "Sa Ugoy ng Duyan" or doomed family

c) "Anak" and Bombing of the Intendencia story

d) "Kalesa" and sa kabukiran

>32. New Society or Bagong Lipunan, built by Marcos, focused on rebirthing lost civilization and aspiring to modernization and development. The main vision was to combine various disciplines such as fine arts, architecture, interior design, tourism, convention city building, engineering, urban planning, health, and many others through an art and culture program. What is the best ideology about this?

a) Cultural preservation and heritage conservation

b) Promotion of indigenous arts and crafts for natural preservation 

c) Emphasis on international collaboration and exchange

d) Integration of arts and culture into national development

33. Another strand of Modern art is abstraction. What is the best implication for young students to adapt this kind of arts and skills?

a) Enhancing critical thinking and problem-solving abilities

b) Limiting creativity and stifling artistic expression

c) Fostering conformity and adherence to established norms

d) Encouraging reliance on traditional techniques and methods

34. For contemporary arts of the Philippines, many cultural projects ensued amid the backdrop of poverty and volatile social conditions under the leadership of Ferdinand Marcos and Imelda Marcos in 1965. How should the new concept of acceptance be applicable to us in this situation?

a) By rejecting all forms of governmental involvement in the arts

b) By embracing diversity and inclusivity in artistic expression

c) By ignoring societal issues and focusing solely on artistic pursuits

d) By promoting censorship and restricting artistic freedom

35. What aspects of the traditional or academic, modern, or the contemporary are you inclined toward and how would thus be evoked in your work?

a) Embracing traditional techniques and themes to honor cultural heritage and natural resources

b) Experimenting with modern concepts and materials to push artistic boundaries

c) Incorporating contemporary issues and techniques to reflect current societal trends

d) Rejecting established norms and styles to pursue a completely unique artistic vision

36. Contemporary era teaches us about social realism. Our forefathers and artists might experience bumpy and cranky along their journey on these eras but nevertheless it inspired and motivated them to pursue their passion in arts, thus it gives us a clear explanation have the so-called contemporary arts. How can we create a new aspect of this cycle of knowing into reality?

a) By embracing traditional method, approaches and techniques to preserve cultural heritage

b) By promoting collaboration and dialogue among artists from diverse backgrounds

c) By rejecting contemporary trends and focusing solely on historical art forms to modernize 

d) By isolating ourselves make new from societal issues and creating art in a vacuum 

37. What is the best describe of pros and poetry ?

a) Prose typically follows a structured and expressive form, while the poetry often allows for more adjustable and flexibility in expression.

b) Prose uses rhyme and meter to create rhythm, while poetry focuses on conveying ideas in a straightforward manner.

c) Prose is often used in storytelling and narrative forms, while poetry emphasizes the use of literary devices such as imagery and symbolism.

d) Prose is primarily written in free verse and detailed sentence structure, while poetry is typically written in paragraphs or blocks of text.

38. What is figurative language?

a) Language that is literal and straightforward with the power of masterpiece, conveying information without embellishment.

b) Language that uses symbols and metaphors to convey meanings beyond the literal interpretation of words.

c) Language that is abstract and difficult to understand, often used in philosophical texts to know how totally to master in reality. 

d) Language that is ornate and flowery, used primarily in formal or poetic contexts that can feel in  love to us for more acceptable. 

39. What is the nearest term to understand, in layman's terms, about the word "epic"?

a) A long and heroic narrative poem, often involving gods, heroes, and grand adventures.

b) A small and amusing anecdote shared among friends that can use in social media platforms. 

c) A fast-paced action movie  that can  related in old concept with thrilling stunts and special effects.

traightforward summary of a historical event.

40. What are the elements of music?

a) Melody, rhythm, harmony, texture, and form

b) Color, shape, line, form, and texture

c) Pitch, volume, timbre, tempo, and dynamics

d) Plot, character, setting, theme, and conflict

41.What is the importance of komiks?

a) Komiks serve as a form of entertainment, providing readers with engaging stories and visuals.

b) Komiks are essential for promoting literacy and language development among  the readers.

c) Komiks often convey cultural and social commentary, addressing important issues in society.

d) Komiks play in public a crucial role in preserving historical events and traditional folklore.

42. How can you apply a modern concept about real-life situations that can resonate with us using films and theater?

a) By creating thought-provoking narratives that address contemporary societal issues and challenges.

b) By strictly adhering to traditional storytelling methods and approach and avoiding controversial topics.

c) By focusing solely on entertainment value without delving into deeper themes or messages to inculcate to anyone.

d) By utilizing outdated techniques and tropes that no longer reflect the realities of modern life in doing good so.

43. How have the forms and types of films advanced in this technological-driven approach for more pinnacle works, including animation, fantasy, action, and drama?

a) By incorporating cutting-edge special effects and CGI to create immersive visual experiences.

b) By relying solely on traditional filmmaking techniques to maintain authenticity and integrity.

c) By prioritizing spectacle over storytelling, resulting in shallow and superficial narratives.

d) By disregarding genre conventions and experimenting with avant-garde storytelling methods.

44. Mara loves music as a means to express her feelings and skills. She wants to be part of a chorale group that can leverage her talents, as she excels in melody and rhythm. However, Mara lacks the strength to pursue actualization. How can Mara create a unified composition to showcase her talents?

a) By collaborating with other chorale members who can provide support and guidance in the composition process.

b) By solely focusing on her strengths in melody and rhythm and ignoring her lack of motivation.

c) By seeking professional assistance from a music therapist to overcome her barriers to actualization.

d) By abandoning her aspirations for chorale involvement and pursuing a different form of musical expression.

45. What is the difference between a novel and a short story?

a) Novels typically have fewer characters and a simpler plot compared to short stories.

b) Novels are shorter in length and focus on a single event or theme, while short stories explore multiple themes over a longer narrative.

c) Novels are typically more concise and focused on a single plotline, while short stories allow for greater brevity and experimentation.

d) Novels often have more complex character development and multiple subplots, while short stories focus on a single event or idea.

46. What is the best describes the comparison of forms of arts from different regions?

a) Forms of arts from different regions are often identical due to globalization and cultural homogenization.

b) Forms of arts from different regions vary significantly due to unique cultural influences and historical contexts.

c) Forms of arts from different regions are limited to traditional mediums and techniques, lacking innovation or diversity.

d) Forms of arts from different regions are exclusively influenced by Western artistic styles and conventions.

47. What is "bulul" in the Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR)?

a) A a God that can guide for the type of traditional dance for love and affections.

b) A sacred ritual performed during harvest festivals in CAR to represent the harvest. 

c) An indigenous deity or ancestral figure represented in wooden sculptures

d) A traditional costume worn during ceremonial occasions in CAR for God's

 48. What is a "Hagabi" in Ifugao culture?

a) A type of traditional musical instrument made of wood.

b) A ceremonial headdress worn by tribal leaders made of classic wood

c) A wooden bench used for important rituals and ceremonies

d) A sacred plant used in medicinal practices for the God. 

49. What is a "Malong" in Maranao culture of Lanao del Sur?

a) A traditional dance to performed during natural weddings

b) A type of ceremonial mask worn during religious festivals

c) A colorful tubular garment worn by both men and women

d) A sacred text written concept ancient script for weddings

50. Which statement is true regarding the diversity of forms of arts across regions?

a) All regions produce identical forms of art due to globalization and technological.

b) Each region's art is unique, reflecting its distinct cultural heritage and traditions.

c) Regions often copy one another's art without modification or innovation progress.

d) Artistic diversity across regions  in the philippines is diminishing due to modernization.

51. How do artists from different regions in the Philippines contribute to the nation's cultural identity?

a) By conforming strictly to Western philippine regions to uplift the artistic standards

b) By preserving and celebrating their region's cultural heritage through their art

c) By ignoring regional differences and need to promote a homogeneous artistic style

d) By prioritizing international recognition over local cultural values for views. 

52. Which is the best ornamentation practice for representations of various ethnolinguistic groups that can enrich our lifestyle?

a) Incorporating traditional textiles and patterns into clothing and accessories.

b) Using modern materials and designs that make deviate from cultural traditions.

c) Avoiding ornamentation altogether to promote minimalist aesthetics styles.

d) Replicating foreign cultural symbols without regard for authenticity and values.

53. When designing a new technological app for young students to compare forms of arts from different regions, what feature that can create advantage would be most user-friendly?

a) An interactive map interface where users can click on regions to explore their unique art forms.

b) A chatbot providing instant information and explanations about various art styles and techniques.

c) A game mode allowing users to earn points by correctly identifying artworks and their origins.

d) A customizable profile section where users can track their progress and favorite artworks.

54.  When designing a new technological app that compares forms of arts from different regions, what feature would be most engaging for users?

a) Virtual tours allowing users to explore art galleries and museums worldwide.

b) Interactive timelines highlighting the evolution of art movements across regions.

c) Social networking features enabling users to connect with artists and art enthusiasts globally.

d) Personalized quizzes testing users' knowledge of art history and cultural significance.

55. In developing a new technological app that compares forms of arts from different regions, what aspect would be most beneficial for users?

a) Providing historical context and cultural significance of each art form.

b) Incorporating virtual reality to offer immersive experiences of art.

c) Including interactive quizzes to test users' knowledge of art history.

d) Offering a platform for users to create and share their own artistic interpretations.

56. How can the "Doctrina Christiana" be utilized today to interpret and relate the significance of arts forms from various regions?

a) By analyzing its linguistic content alongside indigenous art forms.

b) By digitizing its illustrations and comparing them with contemporary artworks.

c) By organizing exhibitions that juxtapose its religious iconography with indigenous artifacts.

d) By hosting virtual lectures discussing its impact on cultural exchanges during the colonial period.

57. Which aspect characterizes contemporary Philippine art?

a) Strict adherence to traditional artistic techniques

b) Focus solely on aesthetic beauty

c) Engagement with modern themes and issues

d) Emphasis on preserving ancient cultural practices

Answer: c) Engagement with modern themes and issues

58. Which t is the significance of Baybayin in contemporary Philippine art?

a) It serves as a symbol of American influence that can affect our values

b) It has no relevance to modern Filipino identity but it's part of our history

c) It is used to express Filipino identity and reclaim cultural heritage

d) It represents Spanish colonial oppression until right now proving history is real

59. In promoting arts from the region of the Philippines, which approach would be most effective in engaging a diverse audience?

a) Hosting virtual workshops featuring traditional art techniques specific to each region.

b) Creating an online platform for artists to showcase their works alongside historical context.

c) Organizing cultural festivals that highlight performances and exhibitions from different Philippine regions.

d) Establishing partnerships with local schools to incorporate regional arts into their curriculum.

60. Which approach can create more enhancement the effectiveness of social media in promoting arts from the regions of the Philippines and appealing to the younger generation?

a) Sharing written articles about the regional view art forms.

b) Hosting live virtual tours of art galleries in the Philippines.

c) Posting sporadic updates about local art events that can freely use. 

d) Uploading low-quality images of artworks without context.

d) A brief and s

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The Department of Education (DepEd) typically provides guidelines for the standard of examination in Periodical and Quality Assessments. Here are some common guidelines that may be included:

  1. Alignment with Curriculum: Examination items should be aligned with the curriculum standards and learning competencies specified by DepEd.

  2. Validity and Reliability: Examination items should be valid and reliable measures of students' understanding of the subject matter. They should accurately assess what students have learned.

  3. Cognitive Levels: Examination items should target various cognitive levels, including knowledge, comprehension, application, analysis, synthesis, and evaluation, depending on the learning objectives.

  4. Diversity of Items: There should be a variety of item types, such as multiple-choice, true/false, matching, short answer, and essay questions, to assess different types of knowledge and skills.

  5. Clear Instructions: Instructions for each examination should be clear and easy to understand to avoid confusion among students.

  6. Appropriate Difficulty: Examination items should be appropriately challenging for the grade level and abilities of the students taking the exam.

  7. Avoidance of Bias: Examination items should be free from bias and discrimination based on gender, ethnicity, religion, or socio-economic status.

  8. Time Limit: The examination should be designed to be completed within a reasonable time frame, considering the grade level and complexity of the content.

  9. Fairness: Examination procedures should be fair to all students, ensuring equal opportunities for success.

  10. Feedback Mechanism: There should be a system in place for providing feedback to students on their performance, allowing them to understand their strengths and weaknesses.

These guidelines help ensure that examinations in DepEd schools are fair, valid, and reliable measures of student learning and achievement. They also contribute to the overall quality of education by promoting effective assessment practices.

As of my last update in January 2022, I don't have access to specific Memorandum Orders (MOs) issued by the Department of Education (DepEd) regarding general instructions for examinations or periodical assessments. However, typically, such MOs would provide guidelines and instructions to DepEd officials, school administrators, and teachers regarding the conduct of examinations and assessments.

These instructions often include:

  1. Purpose: Clarifying the purpose of the examination or assessment, whether it's for evaluating student learning, diagnosing learning gaps, or providing feedback to teachers and students.

  2. Coverage: Specifying the scope and coverage of the examination or assessment, including the subjects, topics, and competencies to be assessed.

  3. Format: Outlining the format of the examination, including the types of items or questions (e.g., multiple-choice, essay, performance-based) and the allocation of points or marks.

>Administration Procedures: Providing instructions on how to administer the examination, including the schedule, venue, duration, and any special accommodations for students with disabilities or special needs.

  • Security: Emphasizing the importance of maintaining the security and confidentiality of examination materials to prevent cheating or irregularities.

  • Scoring and Grading: Providing guidelines for scoring and grading the examination, including any rubrics or scoring guides to ensure consistency and fairness.

  • Reporting: Specifying the procedures for reporting examination results to students, parents, and relevant stakeholders, as well as any timelines for submitting scores or data to DepEd authorities.

  • Quality Assurance: Ensuring that the examination or assessment meets quality standards set by DepEd, including validity, reliability, and fairness.

  • Professional Development: Offering guidance or resources to support teachers in preparing students for the examination and interpreting assessment results effectively.

  • Compliance: Reminding stakeholders to comply with relevant DepEd policies, regulations, and ethical standards during the conduct of examinations and assessments.

  • For specific instructions and guidelines on examinations or periodical assessments, educators and administrators should refer to the latest Memorandum Orders, issuances, or guidelines issued by the DepEd at the national or regional level. These documents are typically available on the official DepEd website or through official communication channels.

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