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Republic of the Philippines

Central Philippines State University


DON JUSTO V.VALMAYOR CAMPUS
San Carlos City, Negros Occidental

MIDTERM EXAMINATION
English 2

Name: Course/section: Date:

Test I: Identify the following statement and write your answer on the space provided.

1. derived from the Latin word communis, meaning common.

2. Communication is a process by which information is exchanged between


individuals through a common system of symbols & signs of behavior.

3. Communication is interchange of thoughts, opinions or information by


speech, writing or signs.

4. motivates the sender (or receiver) to share information (message, objects,


sounds, sights, time schedule, ideas, perceptions, sensation, emotion, odor, etc.) that may initiate
communication.

5. a person who encodes & sends the message to the expected receiver
through an appropriate channel.

6. the content of communication & may contain verbal, nonverbal or symbolic


language.

7. a medium through which a message is sent or received between two or more


people. Several channels can be used to send or receive the message, i.e. seeing, hearing, touching,
smelling, & tasting.

8. an individual or a group of individuals intended to receive, decode &


interpret the message sent by the sender/source of message.

9. It is a return message sent by the receiver to the sender.

10. the process of conveying meaning in the form of non-word messages.

11. use sounds or voice expressions to convey message.

12. This form of communication uses symbols to convey message.

13. triggering event of the communication process.

14. an idea or several ideas are formulated and organized to answer a need to
communicate.

15. the ideas, which have been organized in the ideation stage, are put into
code to make transmission possible. To represent these ideas, symbols in the form of sounds or words
are made use of.

16. the encoded message is sent through a chosen appropriate channel or


medium.

17. the message reaches the receiver.

18. the codes or symbols used to transmit messages are converted into ideas or
mental images to be interpreted by the receiver.

19. the message, which has been transformed into thought or mental images,
having been interpreted now becomes clear to the receiver. If he/she does not understand,
miscommunication sets in.

20. the receiver responds to the message received by sending feedback.


Republic of the Philippines
Central Philippines State University
DON JUSTO V.VALMAYOR CAMPUS
San Carlos City, Negros Occidental

MIDTERM EXAMINATION
English 2

TEST II: ENUMERATION

21-24 Classification of channels of communication:

25-28 Non Human communication:

28-29 Forms of communication:

30-35 Principles of communication:

TEST III: EXPLANATION

What Makes a Communicator Effective? (5 pts.)