Happy New year and Happy Resumption. This is inform you that our contents are under review to meet the new set standards as stated in Lagos State Scheme of Work 2021 Edition.

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

 

 

CULTURAL AND CREATIVE ARTS 

JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS 

SECOND TERM EXAMINATION 

CLASS – BASIC 9 (JSS 3) 

 

 

SECTION A – OBJECTIVES 

Answer all the questions in this section. 

 

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

 

Relevant Exam Links – Second Term Examination All Subjects for JSS 1 – SSS 3

 

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

 

Good Luck