Cultural and Creative Art Third Term Examination Questions 2019/2020 Session – Junior Secondary School (JSS 1, JSS 2, JSS 3)




SUBJECT:    C.C.A                                                             CLASS:  J.S.S 1

Instruction:  Answer all question in the objective questions

  1. An art of decorating a surface such as a floor, a wall or a vault with designs made of small stone or tile is called  (a) painting  (b) mosaic  (c) textiles  (d) floor making
  2. The symbol which indicates the time of a piece of music is called _________(a) indicator  (b) style  (c) time signature  (d) signature
  3. Media and tool for mosaic are ________ and ______ (a) leaf and water  (b) sand and knife  (c)tile and glue  (d) starch and water
  4. In time signature 4 means   (a) number of beats and note  (b) number of flat and note     

    4            (c)  number of key and flat  (d) number of beats and strong

  • This symbol in music is called                          (a) whole note  (b) half note  (c) quarter note  (d) eighth note
  • 6  in time signature means  (a) six quaver beats in a bar  (b) eight beats in a bar  (c) fraction 8 in a bar (d) whole beat in a bar
  •      The symbol above means  (a) ash  (b) sharp  (c) slow  (d) flat
  • The rhythmic movement of the human body in space and time to make statement is called (a) dance  (b) song  (c) joke  (d) laughter
  • Which of these signs last for 4 beats?  (a)                  (b)                    (c)                    (d)
  • Which note has the rest sign                 (a) minim  (b) crotchet  (c) quaver  (d) semibreve
  • The music for healing is called (a) dirge  (b) requiem  (c) therapeutic  (d) satirical
  • Which of the following best describe the shape of a quaver  (a) Open note like egg                 (b) black note with a stem  (c) black note with a stem and tail  (d) none of the above
  • How many bars has this rhythmic pattern below


            (a) 3  (b) 4  (c) 2  (d) 5

  1. The process of producing inferior materials or substandard products in domestic market is called _______(a) fake and adulterated goods  (b) goods  (c) right production  (d)non of the above
  2. The family of a musical instrument that produces sound by beating is called                             (a) chordophone  (b) membraphone  (c) aerophone  (d) idiophone
  3. Materials for making tie and dye are  (a) caustic soda and dye stuff  (b) water and broom  (c) Tjanting and dye stuff  (d) bowl and sand
  4. What are the three basic things you need to know when learning recorder  (a)fingerling, bloweing and tonguing  (b) sizing, measuring and drawing  (c) blowing, beating and design  (d) rhythm, blowing and measuring.
  5. Bar this tune



19.       What other name do you give “F” clef

20.       Recorder has how many holes?


Answer all the questions in the theory session.

1a.       State the meaning of fake and adulterated goods.

b.         State three consequences of fake and adulterated goods.

2a.       Mention one popular African musical instrument

b.         State the meaning of the following family categories in musical instrument

(i)         membraphone

(ii)        chordophone

(iii)       idiophone

(iv)       aerophone

3a.       What is tie and dye?

b.         State the process of making tie and dye

            Mention the chemicals and the materials involves.

4a.       What is time signature?

b.         In 4 , the figure on top indicates the number of beats in each bar or measure of the music 4

            and the figure below shows the value of beat or note.

            How many beats and bar are in the following tune







SUBJECT:    C.C.A                                                                         CLASS:  J.S.S 2

Instruction:  Answer all questions in the objective questions.

  1. An arrangement of regular and repeated motif from nature or the environment in general, so that rhythm is crated in colour tone, or texture on a given surface is called  (a) drawing            (b) pattern  (c) idea  (d) visual
  2. Which of the following is not a type of pattern design?  (a) simple repeat pattern  (b) half drop repeat pattern  (c) mirror repeat pattern  (d) wooden repeat pattern.
  3. What is the name of the repeat pattern below?

(a) mirror repeat pattern  (b) wooden repeat pattern  (c) half drop repeat pattern  (d)simple repeat pattern.

4..        How many repeat pattern are in question three above?  (a) 4  (b) c  (c) 1  (d) ¼

5.         The symbols which indicate the key of music is called (a) time signature  (b) key signature  (c)mood signature  (d)rhythm signature.

6.         There are _______important symbols that are used to indicate key signature  (a) 4  (b) 3              (c) 7  (d) 2

7.         In key signature “#” represents  (a) flat  (b) whole  (c) sharp  (d) medium

8.         The process by which a fabric is formed with a single thread and hook is called  (a) crochet  (b) tie and dye  (c) design  (d) signs

9.         An example of crochet is __________  (a) shawls  (b) food stuff  (c) dye stuff  (d) leather works.

10.       The time signature above depict _______(a) beat and value  (b) beat and rest  (c)sharp and flat  (d) beat and dance


    How do you sound the above note?  (a) tata  (b) taah  (c) tati  (d)titi

12.       This note “   ” sounds _______(a) ta  (b) titi  (c) taah  (d) tati

13.       In making papier mache, which of the following material is not needed  (a) kerosene  (b)old newspaper   (c) glue  (d) starch

14.       which of the following is not a material needed for tie and dye.  (a) dye stuff  (b) raffia             (c) spatula  (d) stone

15.       Three things needed while playing a recorder are  (a) fingering, blowing and tonguing            (b) fingering, dancing and clapping  (c) clapping, dancing and tonguing  (d) blowing, tonguing and dancing.

16.       Tools for bead works are  (a) wife cutter and plier  (b) plier and paper  (c) wire and bead  (d)plier and bead

Explain the following time signature

17.       2


18.       4


19.       3


20.       How many beats are there in this note?

Answer all questions in the theory part

1a.       What is time signature?

b.         Explain the following time signature

i.          2                      (ii)        4                      (c)        3

            2                                  4                                  8

2a.       Define an interval in music

b.         Write in figures

c.         Two minim beats in a bar

ii)         Four quaver beats in a bar

iii.        Six crotchet beats in a bar.

3a.       Explain the process at making papier mache

b.         Sketch any object for a papier mache

4a.       Define tie and dye

b.         Explain the process at making tie and dye





SUBJECT:    C.C.A                                                                         CLASS:  J.S.S 3

Instruction:  Answer all questions in the objective session

  1. The word “ART” is best described as  (a) painting and drawing  (b) ability to mix colour (c)the creative expression of our thoughts  (d) ability to sing very well
  2. One of these is a literary art  (a) drawing  (b) graphics  (c) poetry  (d) ceramics
  3. Somebody who practices art is called (a) an artist  (b) scientist  (c) a student  (d) painter
  4. Which of these materials are suitable for painting?  (a) water colour and starch  (b) paper and biro  (c) crayon and pencil  (d) poster colour and brush
  5. One who creates figures or statues in clay, cement or stone is called  (a) a creator  (b) a sculptor  (c) a potter  (d) a painter
  6. Which of the following instrument is used for measuring size or distance by sculptors, potters and ceramists?  (a) tape measure  (b) scale  (c) caliper  (d) measuring stick
  7. The main function of an easel in painting is  (a) to hold the painting in place while working  (b) for mixing colours  (c) for display purposes  (d) for determining the size of the work
  8. The major similarity in textiles, graphics and ceramics is that they are all ______(a) arts on paper  (b) three dimensional arts  (c) for aesthetic value only  (d) functional arts
  9. Which of the following is not used as instrument for drawing?  (a) squeegee  (b) pen  (c)Tjanting   (d) charcoal
  10. Brush is to painting, as ________is to sculpture  (a) pencil  (b) ink  (c) spatula  (d) palette
  11. The two branches of Art are _______ and ________ (a) visual and non visual  (b) Fine and applied art  (c) visual and music  (d) painting and drawing
  12. A person who design ceramic ware is a ________(a) painter  (b) graphic designer  (c)ware designer  (d) ceramist
  13. Fabric, needle and loom are essential materials in  (a) textile design  (b) graphics design  (c)sculpture  (d) drama
  14. Which of these set of materials is relevant in designing a poster?  (a) pen, pencil, spatula, drawing board, paper  (c) poster colour, brushes, drawing board, paper  (d) water colour, brushes, paper, wax.
  15. Pastel is to drawing as cement is to  (a) ceramic  (b) sculpture  (c) textiles  (d) graphics
  16. An artist who specializes in wood work is  (a) a carver  (b) a sculptor  (c) a carpenter  (d) a wood worker
  17. Two primary colours are _______________ and ________________
  18. Wall hanging is used for _________________________
  19. The mixture of Red and Blue colour gives ____________colour
  20. The art of constructing letters of the alphabet is ______(a) calligraphy  (b) lettering  (c) letter writing  (d) hieroglyphic


Answer all question in the theory session

1a.       Define crochet

b.         Mention three materials for crocheting

2a.       How do you describe “clay”?

b.         Mention three clay work of art

3.         Mention three Nigerian contemporary artist and their works.

4a.       What is computer?

b.         What do you use computer to do in art?

c.         Mention two icons you use, while using corel draw.

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