Second Term Examination Cultural and Creative Arts Basic 9 (JSS 3)

 

CRN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL 

CULTURAL AND CREATIVE ARTS 

SECOND TERM EXAMINATION 

JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL – JSS 3 

 

SECTION A – OBJECTIVES

Answer all the questions.

 

1. ______________________ is a part of singing.

(a) Soprano

(b) Key

(c) Cleft

(d) Major

 

2. There are ______________________ forms of major scale.

(a) 3

(b) 2

(c) 5

(d) 6

 

3. Letters are classified into and ______________________ and ______________________.

(a) blocked and signs

(b) block and set

(c) block and script

(d) block and signal

 

4. ______________________ has no projections or serifs.

(a) The block

(b) Old English

(c) The Romans

(d) the Gothics

 

5. ______________________ is an ending or a resting point in a music.

(a) Full stop

(b) Stop

(c) Cadence

(d) End

 

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6. A chord containing three different notes is ______________________.

(a) traid

(b) sound

(c) key

(d) element

 

7. The fundamental note on which a traid is built is called ______________________.

(a) root

(b) stem

(c) leaf

(d) body

 

8. ______________________ is a motif formed from parts of plant.

(a) Animal motif

(b) Traditional motif

(c) Geometric motif

(d) Floral motif

 

9. Geometric motifs are created from ______________________.

(a) basic terms

(b) basic shapes

(c) basic major

(d) basic scale

 

10. The person who carries out the activities of choreography is called ______________________.

(a) dancer

(b) choreographer

(c) director

(d) manager

 

 

11. ______________________ is a method by which yam is manipulated to create textile.

(a) Sewing

(b) Clothing

(c) Amending

(d) Knitting

 

12. There are ______________________ types of cadence.

(a) 2

(b) 6

(c) 4

(d) 7

 

13. The act of construction of the alphabets is called ______________________.

(a) alphabetical

(b) alpha

(c) writing

(d) lettering

 

14. One of the tools for knitting is ______________________.

(a) nail

(b) scissors

(c) button

(d) zip

 

15. The free hand letter is ______________________.

(a) the script

(b) the serifs

(c) the sigh

(d) the text

 

 

16. The letters used to open paragraphs is called ______________________.

(a) the new English

(b) the Western English

(c) the old English

(d) the African English

 

17. ……………………………………………………is one person singing.

(a) tenor

(b) bass

(c) quartet

(d) solo

 

18. ______________________ is known for court art and royalties.

(a) Benin

(b) Igboukwu

(c) Esie

(d) Egyptians

 

19. There are ______________________ froms of major scale.

(a) 4

(b) 2

(c) 3

(d) 5

 

20. ______________________ is the public display of an art work.

(a) Shop

(b) Cast

(c) Exhibition

(d) Gallery

 

 

Section B – THEORY

Answer four (4) questions in this section.

 

1a. In a short note, explain all you know about motif.

1b. With a diagram, list three types of motif.

 

2a. What is choreography?

2b. List and illustrate three dance patterns.

 

3a. Explain cadence in music.

3b. The block letters are divided into two; list and explain them.

 

4a. List three types of singing.

4b. Explain what is meant by minor scale.

 

5a. To be a good singer, what must you do?

5b. Construct letters A — D

 

GOODLUCK

 

 

 

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