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Republic of the Philippines

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
BAUTISTA NATIONAL HIGHSCHOOL
Bautista, Pangasinan
Oral Communication in Context
MIDTERM EXAMINATION
1st Semester , S.Y 2017-2018

Name: ________________________________________ Track: ___________Score: ____________


I. Multiple Choice: Encircle the best answer.
1. Which of the following elements of communication refers to the information or ideas conveyed by the speakers?
a. Message b. receiver c. context d.channel
2. Which model depicts communication as linear?
a. Transaction Model b. Inventive Model c. Shannon-Weaver Model d. Schramm Model
3. Which function of communication is served when people’s feelings are being invoked?
a. Control b. Social Interaction c. Information dissemination d. Emotional Expression
4. Which barrier is characterized by a set of vocabulary in certain fields?
a. international profession b. jargon c. emotional expression d. specialized field of experience
5. Which of the following statements shows positive regard to cultural differences?
a. I share relevant information about my culture, and make sure it is more than what others about theirs.
b. I do not think that my own culture is better than others’.
c. I communicate for others to understand and appreciate my own culture.
d. I do not exert effort in learning about others’ cultures.
6. Which of the following best defines intercultural communication?
a. It happens when individuals negotiate, interact, and create meanings while bringing in their varied cultural
backgrounds.
b. It is a competition among people set to make their culture known.
c. It is an organized procedure where everyone speaks of his/her culture.
d. It happens when a specific culture is regarded as the best among the rest.
7. Which DMIS stage is shown in the statement, “People of different cultures are not really unique. They are
categorically the same.”
a. Defense b. Acceptance c. Denial d. Minimization
8. Which of the following cannot be considered a characteristic of a competent intercultural communication?
a. Idealistic b. inclusive c. open-minded d. polite
9. Which of the following statements best shows INTERGRATION as a DMIS stage?
a. “I hear you and I want to see how I can benefit from what you said.”
b. “I can see nothing new in what we all presented.”
c. “I don’t think your suggestions will work. They don’t serve any of our interests here.”
d. “Maybe I can make necessary adjustments in order to meet our objectives.”
10. Which of the following is NOT a speech context?
a. Intrapersonal Communication b. Dyad communication
c. Long distance communication d. Mass communication
11. Which of the following is an example of a frozen speech style?
a. Panatang Makabayan b. The Presidents’s SONA c. A commencement speech d. Opening remarks
12. An intrapersonal communication involves…
a. One speaker b. Two speakers c. A small group d. A speaker and an audience
13. Which of the following statements show a commissive speech act?
a. “I want to eat some cake.“ c. “I’ll be here tomorrow at 6pm.“
b. “She went out.“ d. “I’m sorry I was so angry at you yesterday.“
14. Which one is an example of Consultative Style?
a. When a student recites in a class b. Use simplified grammar c. Weddings d. Job Interview
15. This style is used in conversations between people who are very close and know each other quite well.
a. Frozen Speech b. Formal Speech c. Consultative Speech d. Intimate Speech
16. Who proposed the classification of illocutionary acts?
a. John Austin b. John Searle c. John Cena d. Martin Joos
17. Which of the types of speech act is shown in the statement, “Please do the dishes” would lead to the addressee
washing the dishes?
a. Locutionary Act b. Illocutionary Act c. Perlocutionary Act d. Evolutionary Act
18. He is a philosopher of language and the developer of the Speech Act Theory.
a. J. F. Austin b. J. L. Austin c. J.D. Austin d. J. Z. Austin
19. It is a process of sharing and conveying message or information from one person to another within and across
channels, contexts, media, and cultures.
a. Locution b. Communication c. Convention d. Convocation
20. What has Schramm added to the Shannon-Weaver Model?
a. Feedback and Speaker b. Feedback and Field of Experience
c. Feedback and Receiver d. Feedback and Field of Communication
21.“You are a scientist discussing a certain weather phenomenon with your neighbor who does not know much
about the topic” Which of the following barriers to communication was shown to the statement?
a. Lack of common experience b. Emotional Noise c. Noisy Environment d. Lack of Confidence
22. This speech context to communication that involves at least three not more than twelve people engaging in a
face-to-face interaction to achieve a desire goal.
a. Dyad Communication b. Public Communication c. Small-Group Communication d. Verbal Communication
23. Which of the following type of motivation show in the statement, “A student is motivated to study hard because
of his desire to graduate with honors?
a. External Motivation b. Intrapersonal Motivation c. Internal Motivation d. Interpersonal Motivation
24. Which of the following type of motivation show in the statement, “A student is motivated to study hard because
of his father’s promise to give him an expensive car once he graduate with honors?
a. External Motivation b. Intrapersonal Motivation
c. Internal Motivation d. Interpersonal Motivation
25. Which of the following statement can be considered as the best example of Control or Regulation?
a. Transactions between a cashier and a payor
b. A student who sees his classmate cheating may ask to stop doing his dishonest act.
c. He may show anxiety as he expects negative effects of catastrophe.
d.A student introduces his or her friend to his or her classmates.
26. Which of the following statements show an emotional expression?
a. Transactions between a cashier and a payor
b. A student who sees his classmate cheating may ask to stop doing his dishonest act.
c. He may show anxiety as he expects negative effects of catastrophe.
d.A student introduces his or her friend to his or her classmates.
27. Which one is an example of Public Communication?
a. A homily delivered by the priest during a Holy Mass
b. A telephone conversation
c. He indulges in self-analysis or self criticism in front of a mirror
d. Communicating while playing sports
28. Which of the following is NOT a speech style?
a. Frozen b. Dyadic c. Formal d. Casual
29. Which of the following best define the Oculetics?
a. A speaker’s sincerity is sometimes gauged by means of eye contact he has with a listener.
b. The speaker does not own all the listeners’ time so he has to limit his speech time allotted for his speech or to an
appropriate length.
c. A speaker close to a listener can touch the latter.
d. A speaker should be aware of social distance or the amount of space between him and the listeners.
30. Which of the following best define the Proxemics?
a. A speaker’s sincerity is sometimes gauged by means of eye contact he has with a listener.
b. The speaker does not own all the listeners’ time so he has to limit his speech time allotted for his speech or to an
appropriate length.
c. A speaker close to a listener can touch the latter.
d. A speaker should be aware of social distance or the amount of space between him and the listeners.
31. Which of the following best define the Chronemics?
a. A speaker’s sincerity is sometimes gauged by means of eye contact he has with a listener.
b. The speaker does not own all the listeners’ time so he has to limit his speech time allotted for his speech or to an
appropriate length.
c. A speaker close to a listener can touch the latter.
d. A speaker should be aware of social distance or the amount of space between him and the listeners.
32. Which of the following best define the Haptics?
a. A speaker’s sincerity is sometimes gauged by means of eye contact he has with a listener.
b. The speaker does not own all the listeners’ time so he has to limit his speech time allotted for his speech or to an
appropriate length.
c. A speaker close to a listener can touch the latter.
d. A speaker should be aware of social distance or the amount of space between him and the listeners.
33. When communicating with one’s self ,which Speech Context is most appropriate?
a. External Communication b. Internal Communication
c. Interpersonal Communication d. Intrapersonal Communication
34. While on radio TV, which Speech Context captures the audience?
a. Dyad Communication b. Mass Communication
c. Public Communication d. Small-Group Communication
35. Requires from 3 to 15 people to study an issue, discuss a problem, and come up with a solution or a plan, which
speech context used in the statement?
a. Dyad Communication b. Mass Communication
c. Public Communication d. Small-Group Communication
36. Below are the following features of effective communication, except one.
a. Correctness b. Courtesy c. Consolidateness c. Conciseness
37. Communication should include everything that the receiver needs to hear for him/her to respond, react, or
evaluate properly, Which of the following Effective Communication is show to the statement?
a. Completeness b. Courtesy c. Consolidateness c. Conciseness
38. Which of the following best defines the DMIS, stage 1: Denial?
a. The individual begins to appreciate important cultural differences in behaviors and eventually in values.
b. The individual see cultural differences, they bank more on the university of ideas rather than on cultural
differences.
c. The individual does not recognize cultural differences.
d. The individual starts to recognize cultural differences and is intimidated by them…
39. It’s define as a sending and receiving of message across language and cultures.
a. Intrapersonal Communication b. Intercultural Communication
c. Interpersonal Communication d. Intracultural Communication
40. Below are the tips to avoid bias, which of the following is not considered as a tips to avoid bias?
a. Avoid stereotypes
b. Be sensitive to the religious practices and the elderly.
c. Avoid Courtesy
d. Be polite at all times; do not belittle people you perceive to be on a lower social class than you.
41. The recipient of the message or someone who decodes the message.
a. Speaker b. Decoding c. Receiver d. Encoding
42. The factors that affect the flow of communication.
a. Message b. Barrier c. Channel d. Field of Experience
43. The medium or the means, such as personal or non-personal, verbal or nonverbal, in which the encoded
message is conveyed.
a. Message b. Barrier c. Channel d. Field of Experience
44. It is the experience and knowledge that the source possess which affects the message formation and
interpretation.
a. Feedback of Experience b. Barrier c. Channel d. Field of Experience
45. Which of the following function of communication is shown in the statement “ The geometry teacher lectures
about mathematical concept?
a. Information dissemination b. Control or Regulation c. Motivation d. Social Interaction
46. Which of the following function of communication is shown in the statement “ The city mayor presents her
strategies to execute the plans in a public forum”?
a. Information dissemination b. Control or Regulation c. Motivation d. Social Interaction
47. This style is common among peers and friends. Jargon, slang, or the vernacular language are used.
a. Formal b. Casual c. Intimate d. Frozen
48. The intention or performance of a particular language function.
a. Locutionary Act b. Illocutionary Act c. Perlocutionary Act d. Evolutionary Act
49. It is an utterance that speaker makes to achieve an intended effect.
a. Speech Act b. Locutionary Act c. Evolutionary Act d. Illocutionary Act
50. Which of the following best defines Intimate Style?
a. This style is private, which occurs between or among close family members or individuals.
b. This style is common among peers and friends.
c. This style is standard one.
d. This style is used in formal settings.

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