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It is a Filipino multinational publicly listed conglomerate


TALIBON, BOHOL holding company and the largest publicly listed food,
beverage and packing company in Southeast Asia.
a. Quiapo Church b. San Miguel Incorporation
SECOND PERIODICAL EXAMINATION Building c. Far Eastern University d.
GRADE 12 CONTEMPORARY PHILIPPINE ARTS FROM THE Coconut Palace
REGIONS 12. He is the person behind Rizal Monument.
a. Guillermo Tolentino b. Richard Kissling
Directions: Read and understand the questions and write the letter of c. Lapu-Lapu d. Juan Nakpil
the best correct answer on the answer sheet 13. The designer Anastacio Caedo made the _____________
in 1981.
1. Artwork that is created by today’s contemporary artists and a. Coconut Palace b. Leyte Landing Monument
has a world view, and is sensitive to changing times. c. Rizal Monument d. Yexel Toy Museum House
a. Philippine Arts b. Contemporary Arts 14. The following are woven fabrics in the Philippines EXCEPT
c. Decorative Arts d. Applied Arts a. Halo-halo b. Jusi
2. The following are characteristics of a Contemporary Art c. Banaca d. Abel Ilocos
EXCEPT 15. It is one of the methods of painting among Filipinos which
a. globally influenced, culturally diverse, and was first used as a propaganda to spread Catholicism in
technologically advancing world, contemporary artists the Philippines.
give voice to the varied and changing cultural a. charcoal painting b. pastel painting
landscape of identity, values, and beliefs b. sand painting d. oil painting
b. assessed thematically and subjectively, drawing on an
16. He is a studio artist whose work experiments with intense
expanded range of theoretical and practical disciplines
emotion, deconstructing images in his paintings,
c. mirrors contemporary culture and society, offering
sculptures, and installations.
teachers, students, and general audiences a rich
a. Dex Fernandez b. Ernest
resource through which to consider current ideas and
Concepcion c. Neil Pasilan
rethink the familiar
d. Ronald Ventura
d. dynamic combination of materials, methods, concepts,
and subjects that challenges traditional boundaries and
17. This artist practices a variety of mediums ranging from
defies easy definition painting to street art and animation.
3. This reflects to the society with wide range of diverse a. Ronald Ventura b. Dex Fernandez
cultural influences and how it honed the culture and arts of c. Kawayan de Guia d. Neil
the country. Pasilan
a. Philippine Arts b. Classical Period 18. A man who believes that true Philippine Architecture “is the
c. Contemporary Arts d. product of two great streams of culture, the oriental and the
Applied Art occidental… to produce a new object of profound harmony.
4. This existing artworks are appropriated to produce another a. Leandro V. Locsin b. Idlefonso Santos
artwork. Usage of prints, images, and icons to produce another art c. Martha Atienza d. Elmer Borlongan
form and combines past from the present revives interests 19. A Filipino architect who was known for being the "Father of
to existing forms of art. Philippine Landscape Architecture is ________________.
a. Hybridity b. Space a. Leeroy New b. Federico Aguilar Alcuaz
c. Appropriation d. c. Francisco V. Coching d.
Technology Ildefonso Santos, Jr.
5. Which among the following below DOES NOT belong to the 20. Aside from being a sculptor, he is also a painter,
group? photographer, ceramist, cultural researcher, documentary
a. Performance b. Technology film maker, writer, and a patron of Philippine Muslim art and
c. Space d. culture. The handicapper general was taking care of the
Appropriate disabled people in the society.
6. The usage of technology in the creation and dissemination a. Benedicto Cabrera b. Jose Joya
of art works. c. Patricia Perez Eustaquio d. Abdulmari Asia
a. Appropriation b. Hybridity Imao
c. Technology d. Space 21. He has been noted as "arguably the best-selling painter of
7. The usage of unconventional materials, mixing of unlikely his generation of Filipino artists.
materials to produce an artwork. a. Francisco V. Coching b. Benedicto
a. Appropriation b. Hybridity Cabrera c. Ronald Ventura d. Leeroy
c. Performance d. Space New
8. Interpreting various human activities such as ordinary 22. She is currently interested in using contemporary art as an
activities such as chores, routines and rituals, to socially aid to bring about social change.
relevant themes such as poverty, commercialism and war a. Idlefonso Santos b. Martha Atienza
is called __________________. c. Ronald Ventura d. Benedicto
a. Appropriation b. Hybridity Cabrera
c. Performance d. Space 23. He is known for single-handedly reviving the modern art of
9. It is one of the architecture designs in the Philippines made murals through works that showed slices of the past.
by Yexel Sebastian. a. Carlos Francisco b. Benedicto
a. Yexel Toy Museum House Cabrera c. Neil Pasilan
b. Yexel Toy Museum Mansion d. Francisco V. Coching
c. Yexel Toy Museum Architecture 24. It is the highest recognition of the Philippine government
d. Yexel Architecture Museum House can give to a person of the arts.
10. He made Tanghalang Pambansa or Cultural Center of the a. National Commission for Culture and the Arts
Philippines. b. Cultural Center of the Philippines
a. Napoleon Abueva b. Leandro Locsin c. National Artist of the Philippines
c. Juan Nakpil d. Francisco d. National Culture and the Arts of the Philippines
Mañosa
25. It is a form of visual art in which a person uses various the Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards. At the height of
drawing instruments to mark paper or another two- Martial Law, Lumbera had taken on other creative projects.
dimensional medium. a. Bienvenido Lumbera b. Alejandro Roces
a. printing b. drawing c. Amado Hernandez d. Virgilio Almario
c. calligraphy 39. The Dioscoro Umali Hall, the main auditorium, is clearly an
d. painting example of his distinct architecture, with its large canopy that
26. This is the process of reproducing text and images using a makes it resemble the main theatre of the Cultural Center of
master form or template. the Philippines (CCP). Most of his work is concentrated on
a. drawing b. printing the Freedom Park, with the Student Union Building which
c. digital art was once damaged by a fire, the Carillon, the Continuing
d. calligraphy Education Center and the auditorium.
27. It is a term used to describe wide array of artistic discipline a. Ildefonso Santos b. Juan Nakpil
primarily through sight. c. Leandro Locsin d. Ramon
a. Land Art b. Visual Art Valera
c. Digital Art d. Glass Art 40. This artist is widely regarded as one of the most influential
28. A pottery made of clay fired to a porous state that can be and significant Filipino filmmakers in the history of Philippine
made impervious to liquids by the use of a glaze. cinema.
a. Lino Brocka b. Ishmael Bernal
a. earthenware b. ceramics
c. Eddie Romero d. Manuel Conde
c. assemblage d. clay
41. This told the story of a teenager growing up in a small town
29. Are a form of art in which artists use their voices or bodies,
amid its petty and gross injustices.
often in relation to other objects, to convey artistic
a. Orapronobis b. Kisapmata c. Maynila
expression is called ________________.
sa mga Kuko ng Liwanag d. Tinimbang Ka
a. collage b. performing arts c.
Ngunit Kulang
installation art d. digital art
42. He is noted for his melodramas, particularly
30. It is a wide variety of materials may be worked by removal with feminist and moral issues, he directed many landmark
such as carving, assembled by welding or modelling, or molded, Filipino films such as Nunal sa Tubig(1975), City After
or cast. Dark (1980), Relasyon (1982), Himala (1982), and Hinugot
a. printing b. architecture sa Langit (1985).
c. sculpture d. molding a. Ishmael Bernal b. Manuel Conde
31. The three major categories of the visual arts are c. Lino Brocka d. Eddie Romero
a. painting, drawing, and photography 43. He is a film director, writer and actor whose films are
b. painting, drawing, and sculpture commonly associated with the Third Cinema movement
c. painting, sculpture and architecture through their critiques of neocolonialism.
d. drawing, architecture and sculpture a. Gerardo de Leon b. Kidlat Tahimik
32. He is also known for using the leaf as a musical instrument c. Manuel Conde d.
which led to being recognized as the "only man who could Ishmael Bernal
play music using a leaf" by the Guinness Book of Records. 44. Among his roles were Flavio in the mythical Ang
a. Ramon P. Santos b. Felipe Padilla de Panday series, Kahit Konting Pagtingin, Dito sa Pitong
León c. Ernani Joson Cuenco Gatang and Aguila.
d. Levi Celerio a. Eddie Romero b. Lino Brocka
33. His notable works include: Pagsamba for 116 instruments, c. Fernando Poe Jr. d. Ishmael Bernal
100 mixed and 25 male voices(1968); Cassette 100 for 45. She is best remembered for her portrayal of Candida
100 cassette players (1971); Ugnayan for 20 radio Marasigan in the stage and film versions of Nick
stations (1974); Udlot-Udlot for several hundred to several Joaquin’s Portrait of the Artist as Filipino.
thousand people (1975); Suling-Suling for 10 flutes, a. Daisy Avellana c. Lamberto Avellana
10 bamboo buzzers and 10 flat gongs (1985). b. Rolando Tinio d. Lamberto Avellana
a. Jose Maceda b. Lucio San Pedro 46. His published works include The Love of Leonor
c. Antonio Molina d. Lucrecia Kasilag Rivera (poetic tragedy in two-parts), My Morning
34. She founded the Philippine Madrigal Singers in 1963. Star (poetic historical tragedy in three-parts), But Not My
a. Levi Celerio b. Antonio Buenaventura Sons Any Longer (poetic tragedy in two-parts), Gabriela
c. Andrea Veneracion d. Jovita Silang (poetic historical tragedy in three-parts), The Merry
Fuentes Wives of Manila (comedy of manners in three-
35. He also known as Mr. C, is a Filipino musician, composer parts), Sabina (tragedy), The Ladies and the
and conductor; he was Executive and Artistic Director for Senador (satirical comedy) and Parting at
several years of the defunct San Miguel Foundation for the Calamba (historical drama).
Performing Arts. a. Amelia Bonifacio c. Severino Montano
a. Ryan Cayabyab b. Jose Maceda b. Wilfrido Ma. Guerrero d. Salvador Bernal
c. Antonio Molina d. Felipe Padilla de 47. The director for theater and film, has the distinction of being
Leon called “The Boy Wonder of Philippine Movies” as early as
36. In 1940 she created The Elements, the first ballet 1939.
choreographed by a Filipino to commissioned music, a. Lamberto Avellana c. Daisy Avellana
and Sports, featuring cheerleaders, a tennis match, and a b. Severino Montano d. Wilfrido Ma. Guerrero
basketball game. 48. This is a Filipino playwright, puppeteer, and educator known
a. Ryan Cayabyab b. Leonora Goquinco
as the "Grande Dame of Southeast Asian Children’s
c. Antonio Molina d. Amelia Bonifacio Theatre.” Also, was recognized in 2018 as a National Artist
37. The organizer of Ballet Philippines, she received last June of the Philippines for Theater - a conferment which
20, 2014 from President Aquino the highest award in the represents the Philippine state's highest recognition for
Arts, National Artist of the Philippines. artists.
a. Ramon Arevalo Obusan b. Amelia Bonifacio c. Alice
a. Amelia Bonifacio c. Daisy Avellana
Reyes d. Frances Aquino
c. Severino Montano d. Eddie Romero
38. He won numerous literary awards, including the National
Book Awards from the National Book Foundation, and
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“Success consists of going from failure to


failure without loss of enthusiasm.”
– Winston Churchill

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FIRST PERIODICAL EXAMINATION


GRADE 11/12 21st CENTURY LITERATURE FROM THE
PHILIPPINES AND THE WORLD
10. It is the process the authors use to develop characters and
Directions: Read and understand the questions and write the letter of create images of the characters.
the best and correct answer on the answer sheet. a. Imagery b. Characterization
c. Elements d. Climax
1. What are practical observations and philosophies of
11. This is said aesthetically employs figurative and symbolic
everyday life that are usually written in a rhyming scheme
language.
and also called as wise sayings?
a. Textula b. Flash Fiction
a. Riddles b. Folktales
c. Proverbs d. Songs c. Blog d. Poetry
2. This period is based on oral traditions. Its crude is ideology 12. Which of the following below is chronologically arranged
and phraseology. steps in close reading?
a. American Period b. Japanese Period c. Pre-Colonial a. Key ideas and details, Craft and structure and
Period d. Spanish Colonization Integration of knowledge and ideas
3. He believed that the society is based on an unjust system b. Craft and structure, Key ideas and details and
that privileges capitalisms over working class. Integration of knowledge and ideas
a. Friedrich Engels b. Karl Marx c. Integration of knowledge and ideas, Craft and structure
c. Robert Penn Warren d. Viktor and Key ideas and details
Schlovsky d. None of the above
4. Which of the following is INCORRECT?
13. “The patient boy and quiet girl were both well-mannered and
a. Structuralism relates the text to the larger, wider
did not disobey their mother” is an example of what type of
structure through inter-textual connections.
characterization?
b. Marxism concerns Universalist principles.
a. Indirect approach b. Direct approach c. Literary
c. Feminism reads a text within a social context.
approach d. STEAL
d. New historicism is viewed history traditionally of past
14. It is a description and evaluation of a literary work.
events.
a. Literature b. Criticism
5. Its goal is to understand intellectual history through
c. New Historicism d. Literary Criticism
literature and literature through its cultural context.
15. It is extremely brief, typically only a few hundred words or
a. Feminism b. Marxism c. New
fewer story.
Historicism d. Structuralism
a. Short story b. Textula
6. Which of the following criticisms uses Marxism literary
c. Flash Fiction d. Blog
approach?
16. This refers to the regularly updated journal on the internet.
a. “The story is told from the first person point of view,
a. Fliptop b. Blog c. Flash fiction
through the eyes of the madman. His attempts to convince
d. Textula
the reader he is sane–that he just suffers from acute
senses– fails as the reader is forced to understand his
17. Which of the following are the types of photo essays?
rational for killing the man. This perspective helps develop
a. Narrative and thematic
the inherent ironies in the story, as the reader understands
c. Thematic and narration
the truth much differently from the madman”.
b. Informative and narrative d.
b. “In this story, two main characters make up the leader
Thematize and narrator
class: Mr. Summers and Mr. Graves. As part of the upper
18. In the Philippines, flash fiction has its equivalent. It is called
class, they control all that surrounds them, including the
____________.
minds of the working class”.
a. dagli b. textual c. salitan
c. “In “Young Goodman Brown,” Brown laments, “My Faith
d. sunuran
is gone!” This can be interpreted as his wife (note the
19. This influential school has the concept of “defamiliarization”.
capital letter for Faith), or it can be interpreted as his
a. New Criticism b. Fallacy c.
religious faith”.
Russian d. Close reading
d. Anyway, there’s also a moment when the mice are telling
20. It is a series of pictures that evokes emotion, conveys an
Cinderella about a new mouse, Gus, and she goes get him
idea, or tells a story. The artists express personal ideas through
some clothes, grabbing a dress before being told Gus is
narration but through photographs.
male, which “makes a difference.” To societal norms,
a. Photographic essay b. Photography
perhaps, but let people (or mice) wear what they want,
c. Narrative essay d. Captions
right? Let’s not expect gender norms on clothing to be
21. An element of photo essay which expresses a central
mixed up anytime soon in movies, though.
message or tells a story.
7. In a short story, what is the part that is the direct result of the
a. The order of the photos b. Captions
climax, where all the events seem to start falling?
c. The range of photos d. The story
a. Falling action b. Rising action
22. These are words that appeals to the five senses.
c. Exposition d. Denovement
a. Elements of Poetry b. figurative
8. It is a thoughtful, critical analysis of a text that focuses on
language c. imagery d. visual images
significant details or patterns in order to develop a deep,
23. Which of the following choices below is NOT suitable why
precise understanding of the text’s form, craft, meanings, etc.
Flash Fiction suits to modern age?
a. Russian formalism b. Literary approachc. Close
a. It takes time to read for a busy person.
Reading d. Literary essay
b. Penning a flash story provides instant fulfilment and fun.
9. The concept of “organic unity” belongs to which school of
c. Flash is a great discipline, nurturing writing skills that sit
literary thought?
well with other short form pieces such as blog posts and journalism.
a. Modernism b. New Criticism
d. It also offers the perfect retort to anyone who tells you
c. Formalism d. Postmodernism
they have no time to read.
24. A poem’s meaning can only be understood within a historical b. Period of Maturity and Originality
setting or relating the poem with the zeitgeist. What approach of d. Period of Freedom
literature is it? 39. This period is highly influenced by Western literary trends
a. Biographical Approach c. like Romanticism and Realism.
Archetypal Approach a. Nationalistic Propaganda c. Japanese
b. Historical Approach d. Occupation Period
Psychological Approach b. Period of Emergence d.
25. Couplet; Mother Goose and Nursery Rhymes; Free Verse; American Period
Concrete are examples of what specific literary genre? 40. When has Contemporary Period started?
a. Fiction b. Poetry c. Non-Fiction d. All of a. 1985 b. 1942
the above c. 1864 d. 1972
26. An approach which tries to correct predominantly male- 41. A literary approach that was named after by a German
dominated critical perspectives with a feminist consciousness. Philosopher is called ________________.
a. Queer theory/Gender approach b. Sociological a. New Historicism b. Formalism c.
approach c. Biographical approach d. Feminist approach Marxism d. Structuralism
27. A Filipino rap battle of insults known between two people 42. This literary approach has influential schools of thought.
having no beat playing. a. Formalism b. Marxism
a. Rap b. Fliptop c. Song c. Structuralism d. Postructuralism
d. Textula 43. He believed that the society is based on an unjust system
28. In a short story, what is the part that is the direct result of the that privileges capitalisms over working class.
climax, where all the events seem to start falling into place? a. Friedrich Engels b. Karl Marx c. Robert Penn
a. Exposition b. Falling action Warren d. Viktor Schlovsky
c. Rising action d. Denovement 44. All are guidelines in blog making EXCEPT
29. A poem or story is not primarily a social but historical or a. Pick a blog name
biographical; it is a literary work that can be understood only by b. Fill out your billing details on the registration paper/
reference to its intrinsic literary features-those elements. document
a. Feminism b. Postructuralism c. New c. Get your blog online
Historicism d. Marxism d. Choose something descriptive
30. A type of critical theory that interprets a text by focusing on 45. It focuses on the economic and political elements, often
recurring myths and archetypes in narrative, symbols, images and emphasizing the ideological content of literature.
character types in a literary work. a. New Historicism b. Structuralism c.
a. Feminist Criticism b. Psychological Criticism Feminism d. Postructuralism
c. Queer Theory/Gender Criticism d. Mythological Criticism 46. It analyses how sexual identity influences the reader of the
31. This period is based on oral traditions. Its crude is ideology text.
and phraseology. a. Structuralism b. Marxism
a. American Period b. Japanese Period c. Pre-Colonial c. Postructuralism d. Feminism
Period d. Spanish Colonization 47. It tells what the work means (theme) and how it conveys its
32. It explains the origin of things. meaning (style); the relation of theme to style.
a. Folk Tales b. Epics c. a. Postructuralism b. Marxism c.
Tanaga d. Legends Idealism d. Formalism
33. In what year was The Rebirth of Freedom? 48. Its goal is to understand intellectual history through
a. 1972-1981 b. 1946-1970 literature and literature through its cultural context.
c. 1986-present d. 1942-1944 a. Feminism b. Marxism
34. A literary work which explains how the world was created. c. New Historicism d. Structuralism
a. Fantastic stories b. Myths c. Proverbs
d. Riddles
35. The period where the public school system or free
education to all was introduced.
a. Nationalistic Period “Be ready to fail because only then you are ready to
c. Period of Activism
a. Spanish Colonial succeed”
d. American Period
36. Which of the following are the distinct classifications of
Spanish Colonization?
a. Non-secular and religious c. Secular and
religious
b. Secular and non-religious d. Non-religious
and non-secular
37. The following are examples of oral literatures EXCEPT
a. Myth b. Riddles c.
Proverbs d. Tanaga
38. Which of the following is under American Period?
a. Period of Apprenticeship, Period of Emergence
c. Period of the New Society
the inherent ironies in the story, as the reader understands
the truth much differently from the madman”.
b. “In this story, two main characters make up the leader
class: Mr. Summers and Mr. Graves. As part of the upper
class, they control all that surrounds them, including the
minds of the working class”.
c. “In “Young Goodman Brown,” Brown laments, “My Faith
is gone!” This can be interpreted as his wife (note the
capital letter for Faith), or it can be interpreted as his
religious faith”.
d. Anyway, there’s also a moment when the mice are telling
Cinderella about a new mouse, Gus, and she goes get him
some clothes, grabbing a dress before being told Gus is
male, which “makes a difference.” To societal norms,
perhaps, but let people (or mice) wear what they want,
right? Let’s not expect gender norms on clothing to be
mixed up anytime soon in movies, though.
7. In a short story, what is the part that is the direct result of the
climax, where all the events seem to start falling?
a. Falling action b. Rising action
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8. It is a thoughtful, critical analysis of a text that focuses on
SECOND PERIODICAL EXAMINATION in significant details or patterns in order to develop a deep,
GRADE 11/12 21st CENTURY LITERATURE FROM THE precise understanding of the text’s form, craft, meanings, etc.
PHILIPPINES AND THE WORLD a. Russian formalism b. Literary approachc. Close
Reading d. Literary essay
Directions: Read and understand the questions and write the letter of 9. The concept of “organic unity” belongs to which school of
the best and correct answer on the answer sheet.
literary thought?
1. These are series of events in a story arranged in panels a. Modernism b. New Criticism
and commonly known as “sequential art” or juxtaposed c. Formalism d. Postmodernism
pictorial and other images in deliberate sequence.” 10. It is the process the authors use to develop characters and
a. Graphic novel b. Comics or comic book create images of the characters.
c. Graphic design d. Comic panel a. Imagery b. Characterization
2. One of the mentioned choices below does not belong to the c. Elements d. Climax
graphic novel basics. 11. This is said aesthetically employs figurative and symbolic
b. Graphic novels use text and pictures to present language.
information. a. Textula b. Flash Fiction
c. Graphic novels are offering not so complex plot like c. Blog d. Poetry
comics. 12. Which of the following below is chronologically arranged
d. Graphic novels use the same format as comic books. steps in close reading?
Graphic novels differ from comics in that they contain a. Key ideas and details, Craft and structure and
stand-alone stories with complex plots. Integration of knowledge and ideas
3. This is where the character does not entirely fit in the b. Craft and structure, Key ideas and details and
panel. Integration of knowledge and ideas
a. Friedrich Engels b. Karl c. Integration of knowledge and ideas, Craft and structure
Marx c. Robert Penn and Key ideas and details
Warren d. Viktor Schlovsky d. None of the above
4. Which of the following is INCORRECT? 13. “The patient boy and quiet girl were both well-mannered and
a. Structuralism relates the text to the larger, wider did not disobey their mother” is an example of what type of
structure through inter-textual connections. characterization?
b. Marxism concerns Universalist principles. a. Indirect approach b. Direct approach c. Literary
c. Feminism reads a text within a social context. approach d. STEAL
d. New historicism is viewed history traditionally of past 14. It is a description and evaluation of a literary work.
events. a. Literature b. Criticism
5. Its goal is to understand intellectual history through c. New Historicism d. Literary Criticism
literature and literature through its cultural context. 15. It is extremely brief, typically only a few hundred words or
a. Feminism b. Marxism c. New fewer story.
Historicism d. Structuralism a. Short story b. Textula
6. Which of the following criticisms uses Marxism literary c. Flash Fiction d. Blog
approach? 16. This refers to the regularly updated journal on the internet.
a. “The story is told from the first person point of view, a. Fliptop b. Blog c. Flash fiction
through the eyes of the madman. His attempts to convince d. Textula
the reader he is sane–that he just suffers from acute
senses– fails as the reader is forced to understand his 17. Which of the following are the types of photo essays?
rational for killing the man. This perspective helps develop
a. Narrative and thematic 31. This period is based on oral traditions. Its crude is ideology
c. Thematic and narration and phraseology.
b. Informative and narrative d. a. American Period b. Japanese Period c. Pre-Colonial
Thematize and narrator Period d. Spanish Colonization
18. In the Philippines, flash fiction has its equivalent. It is called 32. It explains the origin of things.
____________. a. Folk Tales b. Epics c.
a. dagli b. textual c. salitan Tanaga d. Legends
d. sunuran 33. In what year was The Rebirth of Freedom?
19. This influential school has the concept of “defamiliarization”. a. 1972-1981 b. 1946-1970
a. New Criticism b. Fallacy c. c. 1986-present d. 1942-1944
Russian d. Close reading 34. A literary work which explains how the world was created.
20. It is a series of pictures that evokes emotion, conveys an a. Fantastic stories b. Myths c. Proverbs
idea, or tells a story. The artists express personal ideas through d. Riddles
narration but through photographs. 35. The period where the public school system or free
a. Photographic essay b. Photography education to all was introduced.
c. Narrative essay d. Captions a. Nationalistic Period
21. An element of photo essay which expresses a central c. Period of Activism
message or tells a story. b. Spanish Colonial
a. The order of the photos b. Captions d. American Period
c. The range of photos d. The story 36. Which of the following are the distinct classifications of
22. These are words that appeals to the five senses. Spanish Colonization?
a. Elements of Poetry b. figurative a. Non-secular and religious c. Secular and
language c. imagery d. visual images religious
23. Which of the following choices below is NOT suitable why b. Secular and non-religious d. Non-religious
Flash Fiction suits to modern age? and non-secular
a. It takes time to read for a busy person. 37. The following are examples of oral literatures EXCEPT
b. Penning a flash story provides instant fulfilment and fun. a. Myth b. Riddles c.
c. Flash is a great discipline, nurturing writing skills that sit Proverbs d. Tanaga
well with other short form pieces such as blog posts and journalism. 38. Which of the following is under American Period?
d. It also offers the perfect retort to anyone who tells you a. Period of Apprenticeship, Period of Emergence
they have no time to read. c. Period of the New Society
24. A poem’s meaning can only be understood within a historical b. Period of Maturity and Originality
setting or relating the poem with the zeitgeist. What approach of d. Period of Freedom
literature is it? 39. This period is highly influenced by Western literary trends
a. Biographical Approach c. like Romanticism and Realism.
Archetypal Approach a. Nationalistic Propaganda c. Japanese
b. Historical Approach d. Occupation Period
Psychological Approach b. Period of Emergence d.
25. Couplet; Mother Goose and Nursery Rhymes; Free Verse; American Period
Concrete are examples of what specific literary genre? 40. When has Contemporary Period started?
a. Fiction b. Poetry c. Non-Fiction d. All of a. 1985 b. 1942
the above c. 1864 d. 1972
26. An approach which tries to correct predominantly male- 41. A literary approach that was named after by a German
dominated critical perspectives with a feminist consciousness. Philosopher is called ________________.
a. Queer theory/Gender approach b. Sociological a. New Historicism b. Formalism c.
approach c. Biographical approach d. Feminist approach Marxism d. Structuralism
27. A Filipino rap battle of insults known between two people 42. This literary approach has influential schools of thought.
having no beat playing. a. Formalism b. Marxism
a. Rap b. Fliptop c. Song c. Structuralism d. Postructuralism
d. Textula 43. He believed that the society is based on an unjust system
28. In a short story, what is the part that is the direct result of the that privileges capitalisms over working class.
climax, where all the events seem to start falling into place? a. Friedrich Engels b. Karl Marx c. Robert Penn
a. Exposition b. Falling action Warren d. Viktor Schlovsky
c. Rising action d. Denovement 44. All are guidelines in blog making EXCEPT
29. A poem or story is not primarily a social but historical or a. Pick a blog name
biographical; it is a literary work that can be understood only by b. Fill out your billing details on the registration paper/
reference to its intrinsic literary features-those elements. document
a. Feminism b. Postructuralism c. New c. Get your blog online
Historicism d. Marxism d. Choose something descriptive
30. A type of critical theory that interprets a text by focusing on 45. It focuses on the economic and political elements, often
recurring myths and archetypes in narrative, symbols, images and emphasizing the ideological content of literature.
character types in a literary work. a. New Historicism b. Structuralism c.
a. Feminist Criticism b. Psychological Criticism Feminism d. Postructuralism
c. Queer Theory/Gender Criticism d. Mythological Criticism 46. It analyses how sexual identity influences the reader of the
text.
a. Structuralism b. Marxism
c. Postructuralism d. Feminism
47. It tells what the work means (theme) and how it conveys
its meaning (style); the relation of theme to style.
a. Postructuralism b. Marxism c.
Idealism d. Formalism
48. Its goal is to understand intellectual history through
literature and literature through its cultural context.
a. Feminism b. Marxism
c. New Historicism d. Structuralism

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