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You are in a room next to a busy road and    you can’t concentrate do you?A. Close The Window            B. Shout Out the ...
Which type of barrier to communication would this cause?A. Background Noise?    B. Distractions?  C. Irrelevance of    D. ...
Having a monotone voice puts people offlistening to you  True                  False
Which barrier is this solution for? A. Background Noise      B. Distractions      C. Jargon           D. Disabilities
Is the picture on the left spelt right?       Yes                        No
Which barrier does this cause?  A. Distractions         B. JargonC. Poor Proofreading     D. Language
Could loud music distract others?      Yes                    No
Does spell checker always work? Yes             No
Is it distracting when other people usethere phones at work or in classes whenthey arent meant to?        Yes             ...
Will people that don’t know technicalknowledge be able to understand lots ofJargon.   Yes                 No
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Principles of effective communication

  1. 1. By HelenStart
  2. 2. You are in a room next to a busy road and you can’t concentrate do you?A. Close The Window B. Shout Out the Window C. Give up
  3. 3. Which type of barrier to communication would this cause?A. Background Noise? B. Distractions? C. Irrelevance of D. Poor Proofreading communication
  4. 4. Having a monotone voice puts people offlistening to you True False
  5. 5. Which barrier is this solution for? A. Background Noise B. Distractions C. Jargon D. Disabilities
  6. 6. Is the picture on the left spelt right? Yes No
  7. 7. Which barrier does this cause? A. Distractions B. JargonC. Poor Proofreading D. Language
  8. 8. Could loud music distract others? Yes No
  9. 9. Does spell checker always work? Yes No
  10. 10. Is it distracting when other people usethere phones at work or in classes whenthey arent meant to? Yes No
  11. 11. Will people that don’t know technicalknowledge be able to understand lots ofJargon. Yes No
  12. 12. Try Again!
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