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  • 1. A series of _____________ works may lead to boredom and minimal improvement of fine motor skills due to lack of challenge and reference.
A) Presentational Abstract
B) Nonpresentational Abstract
C) Unpresentational Abstract
  • 2. What type of art activity is suited for children who have a lot of original ideas?
A) Creative, Imaginative Thought-Provoking Art Activities
B) Impressionist and Expressionist Art Activities
C) Realistic Reproduction Technical Art Activities
  • 3. What type of art activities that the students can also be considered artistically talented if they are able to produce quality work with high resemblance to the reference?
A) Realistic Reproduction Technical Art Activities
B) Impressionist and Expressionist Art Activities
C) Abstract Expressionist Art Activities
  • 4. What type of art activity is recommended for kindergarten and students who need extensive support?
A) Impressionist and Expressionist Art Activities
B) Abstract Expressionist Art Activities
C) Creative, Imaginative Thought-Provoking Art Activities
  • 5. In the guide in choosing art activities based on the learners cognitive and psychomotor ability, in which guide applies imaginative visual storytelling?
A) Creative, Imaginative Thought-Provoking Art Activities
B) Impressionist and Expressionist Art Activities
C) Realistic Reproduction Technical Art Activities
  • 6. In the guide in choosing art activities based on the learners cognitive and psychomotor ability, in which guide applies unique, personal, and well delivered visual expression?
A) Creative, Imaginative Thought-Provoking Art Activities
B) Abstract Expressionist Art Activities
C) Impressionist and Expressionist Art Activities
  • 7. In the guide in choosing art activities based on the learners cognitive and psychomotor ability, in which guide applies fun and play-based?
A) Impressionist and Expressionist Art Activities
B) Realistic Reproduction Technical Art Activities
C) Abstract Expressionist Art Activities
  • 8. What do you call the learners that are always in the safe zone, copying examples and are dependent on what the teacher provide?
A) Observative learners
B) Talented learners
C) Conservative learners
  • 9. During the first sessions of the lesson it is mandatory to give assessment to know the level of skill, knowledge, and interest of the students. What assessment should be given to the students?
A) Diagnostic Test
B) Pre-assessment
C) Post-assessment
  • 10. What type of art activities based on content and function that students are able to connect their work to relevant experiences though art activities.
A) Art as Play
B) Holiday and Event Themes
C) Art Culture-Basef Theme
  • 11. ______ is universal and transdisciplinary
A) Art
B) Activities
C) Art Activities
  • 12. What type of art activities based on content and function that art teachers should not forget that even upper elementary students are still children too.
A) Art culture-based theme
B) Art as play
C) Integration in subject and content areas
  • 13. What type of art activities based on content and function are inspired by the works of other artist by using the same technique medium or subject?
A) Holiday and event themes
B) Art culture -based theme
C) Art as play
  • 14. Teachers are given the option to choose their own art activities as long as they meet the ___________ and _______________.
A) Needs and Interests of the students
B) Grade level and Content standards
C) Content and Performance standards
  • 15. Who said that childrens voices are amplified though their art, and their expressions provide windows in the things that matter most to them?
A) Douglas and Jaquith 2018
B) John Piaget
C) Santiago 2013
  • 16. How many assessing your student’s present level that instruction plan have?
A) 2
B) 1
C) 3
D) 4
  • 17. What grade level in some school teaching art?
A) high school to college
B) Kinder to High school
C) 1st grade to high school
  • 18. It helps teachers stay on track with the lesson and achieve learning objectives.
A) Instructional Design
B) Instructional Idea
C) Instructional Plan
  • 19. Create a system. One factor that all teachers are struggling with is time management.
A) Plan for students’ safety
B) Proper care for the materials
C) Manage TIME wisely. Be prepared. Set a routine
  • 20. Art materials do not come by easily so we have to teach how to respect and take care of the materials so these will last longer.
A) Proper care for the materials
B) Maximize workspace, venue and water supply
C) Plan for students’ safety
  • 21. All of these have to be considered when planning your lessons.
A) Maximize workspace, venue and water supply
B) Plan for students’ safety
C) Proper care for the materials
  • 22. Always keep this in mind when teaching and make sure to always consider students’ safety.
A) Maximize workspace, venue and water supply
B) Proper care for the materials
C) Plan for students’ safety
  • 23. ________ is a very important consideration in teaching art.
A) Logistics
B) Time
C) Materials
  • 24. How many students handle up per week?
A) 450
B) 600
C) 500
  • 25. For public schools, they found the learning competencies in?
A) DepEd k to 12 Curriculum Guide
B) School Curriculum Guide
C) Ched Curriculum Guide
  • 26. Who said “following the lesson plan is important. But at the same time, keep your plans flexible, leaving space for serendipity and unanticipated learning”
A) Douglas & Jaquith 2018
B) John and Dewey 2015
C) Einstein & Jones 2017
  • 27. Assessing your students’ present level of _________ , skill, interests and work habits.
A) Ability
B) Knowledge
C) Music
  • 28. Some teacher also teach the three subject
A) Math, PE and Health
B) Music, TLE and Science
C) Music, PE and Health
  • 29. ____ can be challenging especially if you do not have your own art room or if you lack resources and materials.
A) skills
B) Art
C) knowledge
  • 30. _____ can be challenging because it involves a lot of materials and hands-on activities.
A) Health
B) Music
C) Art
  • 31. Manipulation is performing a skill with guided instruction.
A) Harrow (1972)
B) Van gogh (1882)
C) Dave (1970)
D) B.Simpson (1972)
  • 32. What domain should be carefully considered in art that requires physical movement?
A) Psychomotor
B) Affective
C) Cognitive
D) Objective
  • 33. It could be school, home and community in the four agencies in the art world.
A) Artwork
B) Artist
C) World
D) Audience
  • 34. What is in the center of the four agencies in the art world?
A) World
B) Artist
C) Artwork
D) Audience
  • 35. What is the four agencies in the art world?
A) Artwork, artist, students, world
B) Artwork, artist, sculpture, world
C) Artwork, artist, painting, world
D) Artwork, artist, audience, world
  • 36. Even in learner-directed program, the teacher job is to structure the art room and _______ opportunities for the students to maximize their _______ experiences.
A) Give, Art
B) Create, Art
C) Enhance, Art
D) Solve, Art
  • 37. Who said " But beautiful things require effort-and disappointment and perseverance"
A) Vincent van gogh
B) Michael angelo
C) Theo van gogh
D) Leonardo da vince
  • 38. Work on a project with the group and complete in the target time.
A) Engage and persist
B) Reflect
C) Develop craft
D) Engage and persist
  • 39. It evaluate the artworks by listing the aspects that you like and dislike and explaining the reason why.
A) Understand art community
B) Engage and persist
C) Reflect
D) Develop craft
  • 40. It creates studies for illustrating own character.
A) Express
B) Develop craft
C) Observe
D) Envision
  • 41. What is relating artistic ideas and work with personal meaning and external context?
A) Creating
B) Responding
C) Presenting
D) Connecting
  • 42. In 8 studio habits of mind, what is conceiving and developing new artistic ideas and work?
A) Connecting
B) Presenting
C) Responding
D) Creating
  • 43. What process describe and organize the relationship between art and student?
A) Presenting process
B) Artistic process
C) Creating process
D) Connecting process
  • 44. In 8 studio habits of mind, what is making works that convey personal meaning and interpreting meaning in the works of others?
A) Observe
B) Express
C) Develop
D) Envision
  • 45. _____ playing, trying new things, exploring, making mistakes and learning from them
A) Reflect
B) Stretch and explore
C) Engage and persist
D) Understand art worlds
  • 46. The teacher enumerates the exact materials to be used and is often strict upon using other than what's prescribed.
A) Both approach
B) Teacher-centered approach
C) Learner-centered approach
D) None of these
  • 47. This approach uses a constructivist self-guided curriculum that applies self-directed, hands-on experiences in relationship-driven environments that focus mainly on early childhood education.
A) Rudolf Steiner
B) Reggio Emilia
C) None of these
D) Teaching for Artistic Behavior
  • 48. The teacher acts as facilitator and involves a more spontaneous teaching or open-ended activity that gives more opportunities for student-lead exploration, self-expression, and decision-making.
A) Both approach
B) Learner-centered approach.
C) Teacher-centered approach
D) None of these
  • 49. This approach has a three-sentence curriculum: the child is the artist, what do artists do, and the art room is the art studio.
A) Teaching for Artistic Behavior
B) Rudolf Steiner
C) Reggio Emilia
D) None of these
  • 50. The focus of this art activity is to develop skill and learn content.
A) Direct Art Activities
B) Learner-Directed Art Activities
C) None of these
D) Teacher- Directed Art Activities
  • 51. Also known as Waldorf education, this places the greatest importance on giving children what is appropriate for their age, with "artistic love and loving art".
A) None of these
B) Teaching for Artistic Behavior
C) Reggio Emilia
D) Rudolf Steiner
  • 52. The focus of this art activity is for fun and self expression.
A) Teacher- Directed Art Activities
B) Learner-Directed Art Activities
C) Direct Art Activities
D) None of these
  • 53. In the Reggio Emilia approach, this safe space is known as _____ where children can do creative experimentation.
A) “Art room”
B) “Media Centers”
C) “The Atelier”
D) “Classroom”
  • 54. Has one expected output: directed-drawing sheets, coloring pages, DIY kit, copy and paint activities, and templates.
A) Teacher- Centered Art Activities
B) Art Activities
C) Learner-Centered Art Activities
D) None of these
  • 55. In Teaching for Artistic Behavior, these small areas are called _____ where children can explore and safely make mistakes while working on a topic and material that they want.
A) “Media Centers”
B) “The Atelier”
C) “Classroom”
D) “Art room”
  • 56. This art activity is ideal for kindergarten and early grades.
A) Learner-Directed Art Activities
B) Direct Art Activities
C) Teacher- Directed Art Activities
D) None of these
  • 57. They acts as facilitator, demonstrating a skill or technique, then gives the students freedom on how they will apply what they have learned using a theme that they like.
A) Teachers
B) Demonstrators
C) Parents
D) Learners
  • 58. This art activity is ideal for people who already have strong and creative foundations.
A) None of these
B) Direct Art Activities
C) Learner-Directed Art Activities
D) Teacher- Directed Art Activities
  • 59. DBAE stands for?
A) DepEd Artistic Curriculum uses the Discipline-Based Art Educators
B) DepEd Artist Curriculum uses the Discipline-Based Art Education
C) None of these
D) DepEd Art Curriculum uses the Discipline-Based Art Education
  • 60. This art activity is ideal for learners with special needs.
A) Learner-Directed Art Activities
B) Direct Art Activities
C) None of these
D) Teacher- Directed Art Activities
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