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MARIKINA CATHOLIC SCHOOL

Diocesan Shrine and Parish of Our Lady of the Abandoned


Trunkline: 645.87.38
SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
School Year 2018-2019

Quarterly Assessment CS 1A
Oral Communiction

CN: _____
Name: ________________________________________________________________ Score: _________________
Strand & Grade /Section: _______________________________________________ Date: _________________

I. MULTIPLE-CHOICE (25)
DIRECTIONS: Write the letter of the correct answer on the space provided before each number. (1pt. @)

____1. It is a two-way process by which information is exchanged between or among individuals


through a common system of symbols, signs, and behaviour.
a. Communication c. Listening
b. Interaction d. Speech
____2. It is the scientific study of human behaviour in many forms.
a. Argumentation and Debate c. Persuasive Speech
b. Extemporaneous Speech d. Speech Communication
____3. This type of speech occurs within us.
a. Intrapersonal Communication c. Public Communication
b. Interpersonal Communication d. Small-Group Communication
____4. This type of communication happens mostly between two people though it may include
more than two.
a. Intrapersonal Communication c. Public Communication
b. Interpersonal Communication d. Small-Group Communication
____5. This type of communication is formed to solve a problem or to arrive at a certain
decision.
a. Intrapersonal Communication c. Public Communication
b. Interpersonal Communication d. Small-Group communication
____6. Most of the time, this type of communication aims to inform or persuade, but it also aims
to entertain, announce, welcome, or pay tribute to someone.
a. Intrapersonal Communication c. Public Communication
b. Interpersonal Communication d. Small-Group Communication
____7. It is the process by which a message or communication is transmitted via some form of
technological medium.
a. Intrapersonal Communication c. Public Communication
b. Mediated Communication d. Small-Group Communication
____8. It consists of thoughts, feelings, ideas, attitudes, and sentiments that the source wants to
share.
a. Channel c. Message
b. Feedback d. Noise
____9. The direction or route followed by the message to reach the sender-receiver.
a. Channel c. Message
b. Feedback d. Noise
____10. The response of the receiver (whether verbal or nonverbal) to the source’s message.
a. Channel c. Message
b. Feedback d. Noise
____11. Anything that blocks or interferes with the meaning of a particular message.
a. Channel c. Message
b. Feedback d. Noise
____12. Refers to the psychological, social, cultural, and physical conditions, in which
communication occurs.
a. Channel c. Noise
b. Feedback d. Setting
____13. Which basic principle of communication is involved if an activity or exchange moves forward
from a beginning point?
a. Dynamic b. Process c. Intentional d. System
____14. Under this principle of communication involves a group of interrelated parts that affect one
another.
a. Dynamic b. Process c. Intentional d. System
____15. What basic principle of communication involves not a single event but it is ongoing so that
communicators are at once both senders and receivers?
a. Dynamic b. Process c. Intentional d. System
____16. Which statement is not true about communication?
a. Communication is a process.
b. Communication is a system.
c. Communication is dynamic.
d. Communication is intangible.
____17. It is an activity or exchange that moves forward from a beginning point.
a. Communication is dynamic.
b. Communication is a process.
c. Communication is a system.
d. Communication is both interactional and transactional.
____18. One good example that communication is dynamic is/are
a. The human body
b. New words are added as part of the language every year
c. When a student recites and the teacher listens and then reacts
d. When a person or an advertisement cannot make a clear message
____19. Communication is a system if
a. It starts long before the words begin and can last long after the words stop.
b. It involves a group of interrelated parts that affect one another.
c. It involves interaction and transactional.
d. A message is purposely sent to a specific receiver.
____20. When you communicate with one another person, you learn about yourself as well as
about the other person. The purpose of this communication is
a. To discover b. To persuade c.To play d. To relate
____21. One purpose of communication in which we place a high value on maintaining and establishing social
relationships..
a. To discover b. To persuade c. To play d. To relate
____22. “We spend a lot of time in interpersonal persuasion as both senders and receivers” falls under what
purpose of communication?
a. To discover b. To persuade c. To play d. To relate
____23. To be a good communicator whether in listening or speaking,
a. pay attention to the one who is speaking.
b. focus on whomever you are interacting with, not on yourself.
c. practice your communication skills always.
d. spend time reading at home.
____24. One purpose of communication which constitutes our way of getting the attention of others is_.
a. To discover b.To play c. To persuade d. To relate
____25. Great communication is a dynamic change, a duet between effective listening and
effective speaking
a. True b. Maybe c. False d. does not say

II. MATCHING TYPE (15)


DIRECTIONS: Match Column A with Column B. Write the letter of the correct answer on the space
provided before each number. (1 pt. @)

COLUMN A COLUMN B

Set A (Components of Communication)

____1. It maybe physical, social, chronological or a. message


cultural
____2. Makes use of symbols to convey the message and b. Recipient-decoder
produce the required response
____3. A sign that elicits the response of recipient c. feedback
____4. A person for whom the message is intended d. sender-encoder

____5. It permits the sender to analyze the efficacy of e. context


the message
Set B (Communication Models)

____6. One-way model for communication f. Shannon and Weaver’s

____7. Introduces the concept of noise in communication g. Schramms’ Model

____8. The simplest and most influential message-centered h. Helical Model


model of our time
____9. Communication is reciprocal, two-way, even though i. Aristotelian Model
the feedback may be delayed
____10. Also known as the Dance Model j. Berlo’s Model

III .TRUE OR FALSE (15)


DIRECTIONS: Write T if the statement is true and F if the statement is false on the lines provided.

____1. It is wise to say that communication makes us human.


____2. Speech communication has retained its value because of its practical nature.
____3. The study of speech is based on the idea that one’s ability to communicate effectively is
important for successful human interaction.
____4. Language is not a part of communication.
____5. Communication is an inherited ability
____6. The more we understand about communication and its use, the difficult communicators
we become.
____7. Noise is the measure of information not related to the message .
____8. Effective communication is the glue that helps you deepen your connections to others and
improve teamwork, decision making, and problem solving.
____9. To communicate effectively, you need to be aware of and in control of your emotions.
____10. There are six common ways to communicate.
____11. The communication process involves seven elements.
____12. Global and diverse workplace requires mediocre communication skills.
____13. One barrier to effective communication is the language differences.
____14. One of the essences of communication is social and emotional process.
____15. Living without communicating is useless .

IV. ESSAY: (10pts.) DIRECTION: Construct and explain your own model of communication.