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PhEd 13 Midterm 2021

Direction: This is a multiple choice type of exam. Read each question carefully and understand. Choose
the correct answer.
1.) The foot nearest one’s partner, when partner stand side by side.
infoot at side
foot side at in
inside foot
side foot at in
outside foot
2.) Partners turn once around clockwise (with R elbows almost touching) or counterclockwise (with L
elbows almost touching) using walking or any kind of dance step. The hands near each other are on
waists. This is a Tagalog term but of Spanish origin.
a. jalayo
b. jaleo
c. jalaya
d. jala-mo
e. jala- ka
3.) To place one forearm in front and the other at the back of the waist. This is a Visayan term.
a. hayon- hayan
b. hayonyon
c. hayan-hayon
d. hayon- hayon
e. hapon-hapon
4.) The hand away from one’s partner, when partners stand side by side.
a. go out hand
b. in-out hand
c. side out hand
d. out hand
e. outside hand
5.) Partners bow to each other, to the audience, opposite dancers, or to the neighbors with feet
together. This term is of Spanish origin and is used in almost all Philippine dances.
a. duko
b. sadulo
c. saduko
d. saludo
e. sadako
6.) The foot that bears the weight of the body
7.) Both arms are at one side either right or left, at shoulder, chest or waist level.
a. arms in sideways
b. arms hold together
c. arms in hold up position
d. arms in literal position
e. arms in lateral position
8.) The vis-à-vis (opposites) both advance forward, pass each other’s right (or left) side, step across to
the right (or left), move backward without turning around pass each other’s left (or right) side to proper
places. This is of foreign origin and is used in many Philippine dances.
a. do-si-da
b. da-si-do
c. do-si-do
d. di-si-do e. do-so-do
9.) Place hands at the waistline
a. hands on whisk b. hands on west c. hands on ways d. hands on waist e. hands on hip
10.) To put foot in a certain or desired position without putting weight on it. The sole of the foot rest on
the floor.
a. placement b. placing
c. put place d. place
e. place foot
11.) Touch the floor lightly with the toes of one foot, weight of the body on the other foot.
a. tip
b. prong
c. nib
d. point
e. tine
12.) To glide foot smoothly along the floor. The movement may be finished with or without transfer of
a. slideshow b. skim
c. skate
d. glissade
e. slide
13.) To advance or recede by raising or moving one foot to another resting place. There is a complete
transfer of weight from one to another.
a. step yes-step no
b. tramp
c. stride
d. step
e. steppingstone
14.) Moving the hand from the wrist either in a clockwise or counterclockwise direction. This is an
Ilocano term.
a. kulintang
b. kurintang
c. kumintang
d . kumimintang
e. namimintang
15.) A spring from one-foot landing on the same foot in place or in any direction. The other foot may be
raised in any direction (in front, in rear, sideward or across).
a. bound step
b. jump step
c. leap step
d. bounce step
e. hop step
16.) Weight on one foot, hit the floor with the ball or heel of the other foot (the free foot) after which
that foot is lifted from the floor to any direction.
a. brash
b. brush
c. foot brush
d. brush up e. brushstroke
17.) To displace quickly one foot with the other, thus completely taking off the weight of the body from
the displaced foot.
a. cutt
b. cut down
c. carve
d. scratch
e. cut
18.) The hand nearest one’s partner, when partner stand side by side.
a. baby hands up b. hand in
c. inside hand
d. in hand at side
e. helping hand
19.) Cross the R (or L) foot in front of the L (or R), bend the body slightly forward and cross the hands
(forearms) down in front with the R (or L) hand (forearm) over the L (or R). This is a Visayan term.
a. sarok
b. sasalok
c. salok
d. sasalok
e. samok
20.) To swing the arm downward-upward passing in front of the body as if scooping, the trunk is bent
forward following the movement of the arm doing the “salok”. This is a Tagalog term.
a. sarok
b. sapok
c. sadok
d. salok
e. sanok