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HEALTH

Light can also be a potential type of pollution.


Primary Health Care is the only government organization which has the primary role in the
promotion of community health.
Reproductive Health Care Unit gives counseling on Family Planning
A healthy community should have a diverse and innovative economy.
Local officials are the ones directly involved in community development to promote a healthy
community.
To keep the safety of the community we need to ensure community health in planning a
community development
the program of the Department of Health that promotes community health is Primary Health
Care
Which is a destructive change in the environment which harms health Pollution
Which basic method of Refuse Disposal is the next step after storage? - Collection
Which is an old method of waste disposal through burning waste into ashes. - Incineration
Which of the following environmental problems is experienced worldwide? - Deforestation
The following statements are the effects of Climate Change, except one - Kills trees if oil reaches
the roots
What environmental problem does this picture depict? - improper waste disposal
What environmental problem reduces the ability to support biodiversity? - Soil Erosion
Which best describes Community health as an art and science? Maintaining, protecting and
improving the health of all members of the community through organized and sustained
community efforts.
Which does not describe a healthy community? An environment that is fully aware of its daily
opportunities.
Primary health care is an approach launched by Department of Health, which is not part of the
services given by the PHC? Provisions of free medicines
Which service is given by Maternal Health Care unit in your community? Post-Natal
Which best describes the value acquired having a healthy environment? Less disease, less health
care cost.
Which of the following problem has a leading effect on the environmental destruction? -
Deforestation

ARTS
1. Ancient Painting:

a. Pre-Historic - In the history of art, prehistoric art is all art produced in preliterate, prehistorical
cultures beginning somewhere in very late geological history, and generally continuing until that
culture either develops writing or other methods of record-keeping, or makes significant contact
with another culture that has, and that makes some record of major historical events.

b. Egyptian - Ancient Egyptian art is the painting, sculpture, architecture and other arts produced
by the civilization of ancient Egypt in the lower Nile Valley from about 3000 BC to 30 AD. Ancient
Egyptian art reached a high level in painting and sculpture, and was both highly stylized and
symbolic.

2. Classical Paintings

a. Greek - In the Classical period there was a revolution in Greek statuary, usually associated
with the introduction of democracy and the end of the aristocratic culture associated with the
korai. The Classical period saw changes in the style and function of sculpture. Poses became
more naturalistic.
b. Roman - After moving through a late 2nd century "baroque" phase in the 3rd century, Roman
art largely abandoned, or simply became unable to produce, sculpture in the classical tradition, a
change whose causes remain much discussed. Even the most important imperial monuments
now showed stumpy, large-eyed figures in a harsh frontal style, in simple compositions
emphasizing power at the expense of grace.

3. Medieval Paintings

a. Byzantine - Byzantine art, architecture, paintings, and other visual arts produced in the
Middle Ages in the Byzantine Empire and in various areas that came under its influence. The
pictorial and architectural styles that characterized Byzantine art, first codified in the 6th century,
persisted with remarkable homogeneity within the empire.

b. Romanesque - this style was the first style to spread across the whole of Catholic Europe,
from Sicily to Scandinavia. Romanesque art was also greatly influenced by Byzantine art,
especially in painting, and by the anti-classical energy of the decoration of the Insular art of the
British Isles. From these elements was forged a highly innovative and coherent style.

c. Gothic - a style of medieval art that developed in Northern France out of Romanesque art in
the 12th century AD, led by the concurrent development of Gothic architecture. It spread to all of
Western Europe, and much of Southern and Central Europe, never quite effacing more classical
styles in Italy.

MUSIC
Frederic Chopin wrote most of his music for the following instrument. Piano
What does the term Nationalism means? having a strong feeling for ones nation
Name the composer who bridged the Classical Period to the Romantic Period. Beethoven
Which of these is not a characteristic of the Romantic Period? none of the above
Which one of the following is not a type of Program music? symphonic poem
A German dance in triple meter - Waltz
He was known as the virtuoso pianist, a composer and the busiest musician during the
romantic era. - Franz Liszt
They are the composer of Program Music in there Era, Except for one, who is it? Peter Ilyich
Tchaikovsky
A piece of music, most popular in the late 19th century, that is based on an extra musical
theme, such as a story or nationalistic ideal, and usually consists of a single extended
movement for a symphony orchestra and also called tone poem. Symphonic Poem
Which is not included in Romanticism Period? Reason
Refers to the extended musical setting of sacred music. - Oratorio
The period when the Christian Church highly influenced culture and political affairs in Europe
was the: Medieval Period
A throughcomposed vocal music composition written and expressed in a poetic text. Madrigal
There are five main sections of the Mass. Which of the following is the only section of Mass
with Greek text. Kyrie
Baroque music is known for its grandiose and elaborate ornamentation. Which of the following
Baroque Music forms was developed through imitative counterpoint. Fugue
George Friedrich Hndel - Messiah.
Antonio Vivaldi - Four Seasons
Giovanni da Palestrina - Pope Marcellus Mass
Thomas Morley - Fire, Fire, My Heart
Johann Sebastian Bach - Fugue in G mino
PE
Which of the following is a term used to refer to dances primarily intended to get to know other
people in a certain formal or semi-formal occasion? - social dances
What is the general term referring to the DOs and DONTs in social dancing? dance etiquette
Social dances are of two classifications namely, Latin American and Modern Standard Dances.
Which of the following is an example of Modern Standard Dances?. waltz
Which of the following is the attire appropriate for males in Modern Standard Dances? coat and
tie
Social dancing can prevent some diseases, caused by sedentary lifestyle, if regularly performed.
Which of the following does NOT belong to the group? lung cancer
Which of the following best describes social dances? Social dances are dances that improve
social skills and fitness
How would you best use the knowledge and skills learned in social dancing to enhance your
communitys fitness? I will share my skills by teaching community folks, young and old, about
social dances
How do social dances contribute to ones fitness and well-being? The help prevent sedentary
lifestyle-related diseases
It takes two to Tango. What does this quote mean? It takes two to make any endeavor work
The following are dance etiquettes that should be considered in a social dancing activity EXCEPT
ONE: Insist in executing difficult dance steps including aerial combinations with your partner
May I have this dance? This line implies A boy who treats a girl with respect even in dancing
Which of the following, aside from fitness, can be developed if one engages in social dancing
activities? Respect , sense of community, courtesy
The following are reasons why fitness is a universal concern EXCEPT ONE: To be a good athlete
or player in a certain sport
What happens if one doesnt have a physically active lifestyle? He/she is prone to weight gain,
obesity which may lead to diabetes and other cardiovascular diseases
In social dancing, a boy leads while a girl follows. What values can be developed in such
training? Leadership obedience respect