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  1. 1. Graded Recitation Second Quarter
  2. 2. MUSIC
  3. 3. A term used to describe the fusion of West African with black American music.
  4. 4. AFROBEAT
  5. 5. This is Muslim music performed often as a wake-up call for early breakfast and prayers during Ramadan celebrations.
  6. 6. WERE
  7. 7. A modern Trinidadian and Tobago pop music combining “soul” and “calypso” music.
  8. 8. SOCA
  9. 9. This is a succession of two distinct musical phrases usually rendered by different musicians, where the second phrase acts as a direct commentary on or response to the first.
  10. 10. CALL AND RESPONSE
  11. 11. He was known as the “Godfather of Soul.
  12. 12. JAMES BROWN
  13. 13. It is the basic underlying rhythm that typifies most Brazilian music; a lively and rhythmical dance and music with three steps to every bar, making it feel like a timed dance
  14. 14. SAMBA
  15. 15. This musical form became their outlet to vent their loneliness and anger, and is a result of the interaction of music and religion from Africa with that of America
  16. 16. SPIRITUAL
  17. 17. A Cuban Puerto Rican, and Columbian dance music; it comprises various musical genres including the Cuban son montuno, guaracha, chachacha, mambo and bolero.
  18. 18. SALSA
  19. 19. It is a dance style begun in Zaire in the late 1980’s, popularized by Kanda Bongo Man; the hips move back and forth while the arms move following the hips.
  20. 20. KWASSA KWASSA
  21. 21. Which of the following musical instrument is not an idiophone Talking drum Atingting Kon Rasp Slit drum
  22. 22. TALKING DRUM
  23. 23. The ancestor of all string instruments
  24. 24. MUSICAL BOW
  25. 25. These are percussion instruments that are either struck with a mallet or against one another
  26. 26. IDIOPHONE
  27. 27. This is an instruments which produce sounds from the vibration of strings.
  28. 28. CHORDOPHONE
  29. 29. These are instruments which have vibrating animal membranes used in drums. Their shapes may be conical, cylindrical, barrel, hour- glass, globular, or kettle, and are played with sticks, hands, or a combination of both.
  30. 30. MEMBRANOPHONES
  31. 31. ARTS
  32. 32. This art makes use of electronic and mechanical devices, rather than the artist’s own hand, to produce the desired images and effects.
  33. 33. DIGITAL ARTS
  34. 34. A fast and fun way to share images with others; snap a photo, choose from among the available filters, and share via Facebook, Twitter, and Tumblr.
  35. 35. INSTAGRAM
  36. 36. The art and science of producing and manipulating digital photographs.
  37. 37. DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY
  38. 38. This is an electronic game that involves human interaction with a user interface to generate visual feedback on a video device such as a TV screen or computer monitor.
  39. 39. VIDEO GAMES
  40. 40. This is a method of creating an artwork using a computer.
  41. 41. DIGITAL PAINTING
  42. 42. DSLR Camera Stands for
  43. 43. DIGITAL SINGLE- LENS REFLEX
  44. 44. They used actual brushes and palettes, and a whole array of paints, inks, and natural pigments applied to paper, canvas, fabric, stucco walls and ceilings.
  45. 45. VIRTUAL ARTISTS
  46. 46. A free photo editor and drawing application, as well as a social network for you to share your art with others.
  47. 47. SNAPSEED
  48. 48. The first experimenters of Digital arts
  49. 49. SCIENTISTS AND ENGINEERS
  50. 50. The emphasis is on the manipulation of created images in order to achieve special effects through rotating, stretching, blurring, resizing, twirling, and other changes to the original image.
  51. 51. GRAPHIC ARTS
  52. 52. They employ the ever- expanding powers of image manipulation programs and applications to create their works which can appear in an entire range of media—whether as a physical output or a virtual experience
  53. 53. DIGITAL ARTISTS
  54. 54. A users option in a type of digital camera in which automatically makes all the adjustments in lighting, focus zoom-in and zoom-out, even removal of “red eye” with the user being given some leeway for slight adjustments.
  55. 55. POINT-AND-SHOOT
  56. 56. An image editing software developed and manufactured by Adobe Systems Inc. and considered one of the leaders in photo editing software.
  57. 57. PHOTOSHOP
  58. 58. An application for android phones that allows you to make collages out of images from your photo gallery.
  59. 59. PHOTOGRID
  60. 60. Essentially computer generated or manipulated Art.
  61. 61. TECHNOLOGY BASED ART
  62. 62. PE
  63. 63. The style of physical movement designed to increase heart rate and improve oxygenation throughout the body.
  64. 64. AEROBIC EXERCISE
  65. 65. The kind of exercise or physical activity you should engage in.
  66. 66. TYPE
  67. 67. An activity that people engage in their free time that they enjoy and recognize as having socially redeeming values and generates a general sense of well being.
  68. 68. RECREATION
  69. 69. This refers to how often you involve yourself in regular physical activity or exercise.
  70. 70. FREQUENCY
  71. 71. This refers to how hard you should exercise or the difficulty of your physical activity.
  72. 72. INTENSITY
  73. 73. The consumption of large quantities of food to suppress negative emotions.
  74. 74. EMOTIONAL EATING
  75. 75. The exciting combination of intense cardiovascular exercises incorporating hip- hop moves and upbeat music to get your heart pumping
  76. 76. HIPHOP AEROBICS
  77. 77. An eating disorder characterized by uncontrollable episodes of eating excessive amounts of foods within a relatively short time.
  78. 78. BINGE EATING DISORDER
  79. 79. This refers to eating disorder characterized by self-imposed starvation to lose and maintain very low body weight, due to a false or distorted perception of being fat.
  80. 80. ANOREXIA NERVOSA
  81. 81. It refers to an eating disorder characterized by a pattern of binge-eating disorder and purging in an attempt to lose weight and/or maintain low body weight
  82. 82. BULIMIA NERVOSA
  83. 83. The ability to live a healthy, satisfying and useful life
  84. 84. FITNESS
  85. 85. The way you live your life
  86. 86. LIFESTYLE
  87. 87. HEALTH
  88. 88. RA 10586
  89. 89. Anti-Drunk and Drugged Driving Law
  90. 90. Republic Act. No. 8423
  91. 91. TAMA ACT OF 1997
  92. 92. A visual depiction, including any photograph, film, video, picture, or computer or computer-generated image or picture, whether made or produced by electronic, mechanical, or other means, of sexually explicit conduct. Child Pornography Child Abuse Cybercrime Porno
  93. 93. CHILD PORNOGRAPHY
  94. 94. Republic Act No. 9512
  95. 95. National Environmental Awareness Education Act of 2008
  96. 96. Refers to methods and measures for reducing the risk of a person using the road network for being killed or seriously injured. Safety First First Aid Road Safety Driving Law
  97. 97. ROAD SAFETY
  98. 98. A term for any illegal activity that uses a computer as its primary means of commission. Cyber pornography Cybercrime Cyber Bullying Cybertics
  99. 99. CYBERCRIME
  100. 100. Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002 An Act that protects citizens from the harmful effects of dangerous drugs to their physical and mental well-being
  101. 101. Republic Act. No. 9165
  102. 102. A state of physical, mental, and social well- being in all matters relating to the reproductive system, at all ages of life.
  103. 103. REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH
  104. 104. This is caused by human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) which usually does not have symptoms in its early stages.
  105. 105. AIDS

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