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  • 1. Final ReviewLecture 13.1University of AlbertaALES 204Nancy Bray 1 1
  • 2. Housekeeping✤ Informal course evaluation✤ Communication planning wrap up 2
  • 3. SummaryModule 7: Meetings Chapters 11, 12Module 8: Introduction to public speaking Chapters 13, 15Module 9: Communicating in groups Chapters 9, 10Module 10: Communicating about science Appendix: InterviewingModule 11: Mass and online Online chapter: Mass communicationcommunication Netiquette chapterModule 12: Strategic communication How to write a communications strategy 3
  • 4. What are the 7 elements of acommunication plan? 4
  • 5. 7 sections in a plan1. Objectives2. Audience3. Key messages4. Tools & Activities (channel, medium)5. Potential challenges6. Timeline7. Feedback 5
  • 6. Module 7: Meetings & Preparinga Speech 6
  • 7. iClickerThe chair of a meeting isresponsible for making sure that the group feelsa.a sense of security making sure that the meetingb.runs according to the minutes clearly communicating the goalc.of the meetingd. all of the abovee. a and c 7
  • 8. iClickerThe chair of a meeting isresponsible for making sure that the group feelsa.a sense of security making sure that the meetingb.runs according to the minutes clearly communicating the goalc.of the meetingd. all of the abovee. a and c 8
  • 9. iClickerWhich of the followingstatements is true? Your own age can affect youra.presentation. Gender can influence yourb.audience’s reaction. Older audience members mightc.prefer a slower, more evenlypaced delivery.d. All of these 9
  • 10. iClickerWhich of the followingstatements is true? Your own age can affect youra.presentation. Gender can influence yourb.audience’s reaction. Older audience members mightc.prefer a slower, more evenlypaced delivery.d. All of these 10
  • 11. iClickerThe phase of speech preparationthat is most frequentlyshortchanged isa. audience analysis. structuring the topic to fit theb.time allotted. paying attention to diction andc.voice. preparing a sufficient number ofd.presentation aids. 11
  • 12. iClickerThe phase of speech preparationthat is most frequentlyshortchanged isa. audience analysis. structuring the topic to fit theb.time allotted. paying attention to diction andc.voice. preparing a sufficient number ofd.presentation aids. 12
  • 13. Module 8: Public Speaking 13
  • 14. iClickerAccording to Dr. Doughty’s lecture,where is the best place to project yourvoice when speaking in public?a. so that it can be heard in the hallwayb. to the audience in the middle of the room where the ceiling and the back wall of thec.room meetd. middle of your audience’s foreheade. a and c 14
  • 15. iClickerAccording to Dr. Doughty’s lecture,where is the best place to project yourvoice when speaking in public?a. so that it can be heard in the hallway to the audience in the middle of theb.room where the ceiling and the back wall of thec.room meetd. middle of your audience’s foreheade. a and c 15
  • 16. iClickerConnective words and phrasesthat facilitate the speaker’smovement from one idea toanother are known asa. internal summaries.b. internal previews. signposts.c.d. transitions. 16
  • 17. iClickerConnective words and phrasesthat facilitate the speaker’smovement from one idea toanother are known asa. internal summaries.b. internal previews. signposts.c.d. transitions. 17
  • 18. iClickerThe step-by-step development ofideas and relying on facts anddata to support each main pointdepends ona. a web pattern.b. a narrative pattern. linear logic.c.d. configural thinking. 18
  • 19. iClickerThe step-by-step development ofideas and relying on facts anddata to support each main pointdepends on a web pattern.a.b. a narrative pattern.c. linear logic.d. configural thinking. 19
  • 20. iClicker“If you dont smoke now, dontbegin” is an example of whichkind of goal?a. adoptionb. discontinuance deterrencec.d. continuance 20
  • 21. iClicker“If you dont smoke now, dontbegin” is an example of whichkind of goal? adoptiona.b. discontinuancec. deterrenced. continuance 21
  • 22. iClickerA speech to persuade theaudience that “a tax rebateshould be enacted because it isthe best way to stimulate theeconomy” is an example of aproposition ofa. fact.b. value. policy.c.d. deterrence. 22
  • 23. iClickerA speech to persuade theaudience that “a tax rebateshould be enacted because it isthe best way to stimulate theeconomy” is an example of aproposition of fact.a.b. value.c. policy.d. deterrence. 23
  • 24. Module 9: Small Groups 24
  • 25. iClickerWhich of the following could youcorrectly associate with a laissez-faire leader?a. “type X”b. “abdicrat” “do your own thing”c.d. “born to lead” 25
  • 26. iClickerWhich of the following could youcorrectly associate with a laissez-faire leader? “type X”a.b. “abdicrat”c. “do your own thing”d. “born to lead” 26
  • 27. iClickerWhich of the following statements aboutthe trait theory of leadership is correct?a. It is the most recent view of leadership. According to this theory, some peopleb.are “born leaders.” According to this theory, it is importantc.for several group members to be ready tolead.d. There is ample proof for this theory.e. none of these 27
  • 28. iClickerWhich of the following statements aboutthe trait theory of leadership is correct?a. It is the most recent view of leadership. According to this theory, someb.people are “born leaders.” According to this theory, it is importantc.for several group members to be ready tolead.d. There is ample proof for this theory.e. none of these 28
  • 29. iClickerAccording to the situational theory ofleadership,a. some people are born to lead. the emergence of leadership is affectedb.by the nature of the problem. personality traits are predictors ofc.leadership. several group members should be readyd.to show leadership.e. a leader is a person “for all seasons.” 29
  • 30. iClickerAccording to the situational theory ofleadership,a. some people are born to lead. the emergence of leadership isb.affected by the nature of the problem. personality traits are predictors ofc.leadership. several group members should be readyd.to show leadership.e. a leader is a person “for all seasons.” 30
  • 31. iClickerA group is composed of peoplewho interact verbally anda.nonverbally. occupy certain roles with respectb.to one another. cooperate to accomplish a goal.c.d. all of these 31
  • 32. iClickerA group is composed of peoplewho interact verbally anda.nonverbally. occupy certain roles with respectb.to one another. cooperate to accomplish a goal.c.d. all of these 32
  • 33. iClickerWhich of the following is not anadvantage of group problem solving?a. It facilitates the pooling of resources.b. It increases individual motivation. It is generally more pleasant andc.fulfilling than working alone. It speeds up the problem-solvingd.process. Group decisions are better received thane.individual decisions. 33
  • 34. iClickerWhich of the following is not anadvantage of group problem solving?a. It facilitates the pooling of resources.b. It increases individual motivation. It is generally more pleasant andc.fulfilling than working alone. It speeds up the problem-solvingd.process. Group decisions are better received thane.individual decisions. 34
  • 35. iClickerWhich of the following is not adisadvantage of group problem solving? It slows down the problem-solvinga.process. Personal goals and group goals mayb.conflict. A few members may dominate thec.group. Members may be unwilling tod.compromise. It makes identification of errors moree.difficult. 35
  • 36. iClickerWhich of the following is not adisadvantage of group problem solving? It slows down the problem-solvinga.process. Personal goals and group goals mayb.conflict. A few members may dominate thec.group. Members may be unwilling tod.compromise. It makes identification of errors moree.difficult. 36
  • 37. Module 10: Communicating aboutscience 37
  • 38. iClickerDoes the peer review processalways detect fraud andmisconduct? Yesa.b. No 38
  • 39. iClickerDoes the peer review processalways detect fraud andmisconduct? Yesa.b. No 39
  • 40. iClickerWhich of the following is NOT normally arole of the reviewer in the peer reviewprocess?a. Comment on the validity of the findings Repeat critical experiments before theyb.are published Judge the significance of the workc.d. Determine the originality of the research 40
  • 41. iClickerWhich of the following is NOT normally arole of the reviewer in the peer reviewprocess?a. Comment on the validity of the findings Repeat critical experiments beforeb.they are published Judge the significance of the workc.d. Determine the originality of the research 41
  • 42. iClickerThe approach that Erin taught for readinga scientific journal article is to read forbreadth prior to reading for depth. Whichof the following is not a step in readingfor breadth?a. Read the introduction.b. Look at the tables and graphs. Consider the credibility of the authors.c.d. Examine the methodology. 42
  • 43. iClickerThe approach that Erin taught for readinga scientific journal article is to read forbreadth prior to reading for depth. Whichof the following is not a step in readingfor breadth?a. Read the introduction.b. Look at the tables and graphs. Consider the credibility of the authors.c.d. Examine the methodology. 43
  • 44. iClickerIf there is a correlation a. there is always causationb. there is never causation there maybe causationc.depending on the situation causation is the same asd.correlation  44
  • 45. iClickerIf there is a correlation  there is always causationa.b. there is never causation there maybe causationc.depending on the situation causation is the same asd.correlation  45
  • 46. iClickerData presented in the newspaper a. is always presented accurately may be presented to sway theb.reader can be graphed differently so thec.reader sees differences with areactually small d. b and ce. all of the above. 46
  • 47. iClickerData presented in the newspaper a. is always presented accurately may be presented to sway theb.reader can be graphed differently so thec.reader sees differences with areactually small d. b and ce. all of the above. 47
  • 48. iClickerTo fully understand scientificdata in a paper we must take intoaccount  a. the names of the authorsb. the statistical analyses used how long the paper wasc.d. if we liked the paper. e. all of the above. 48
  • 49. iClickerTo fully understand scientificdata in a paper we must take intoaccount  a. the names of the authorsb. the statistical analyses used how long the paper wasc.d. if we liked the paper. e. all of the above. 49
  • 50. Module 11: Mass and onlinecommunication 50
  • 51. iClickerThe mediaa. teach us social norms. assess preferred patterns ofb.behavior. help us decide what to wear.c.d. all of thesee. none of these 51
  • 52. iClickerThe mediaa. teach us social norms. assess preferred patterns ofb.behavior. help us decide what to wear.c.d. all of thesee. none of these 52
  • 53. iClickerWhich rule of Netiquette is being broken by Samuel M in the following example?a. Adhere to the same standards of behaviour online that you follow in real life.b. Respect other people’s time and bandwidth. Share expert knowledge.c.d. Respect other people’s privacy. 53
  • 54. iClickerWhich rule of Netiquette is being broken by Samuel M in the following example?a. Adhere to the same standards of behaviour online that you follow in real life.b. Respect other people’s time and bandwidth. Share expert knowledge.c.d. Respect other people’s privacy. 54
  • 55. iClickerYou discover that your boss isreading your e-mail. You doresearch on the matter anddiscover that he is _____ to readyour e-mail.a. not allowedb. sometimes allowedc. allowedd. none of the above 55
  • 56. iClickerYou discover that your boss isreading your e-mail. You doresearch on the matter anddiscover that he is _____ to readyour e-mail.a. not allowedb. sometimes allowedc. allowedd. none of the above 56
  • 57. iClickerSocial media is a developmentover which platform?a. Web 1.0b. Web 2.0 Web 2.5c.d. WWW 57
  • 58. iClickerSocial media is a developmentover which platform?a. Web 1.0b. Web 2.0 Web 2.5c.d. WWW 58
  • 59. iClickerWhich of the following is theNOT an advantage of twitter?a. hashtagsb. 140 character limit searching easily for jobsc. getting your opinion to a wided.audience 59
  • 60. iClickerWhich of the following is theNOT an advantage of twitter?a. hashtagsb. 140 character limit searching easily for jobsc. getting your opinion to ad.wide audience 60
  • 61. iClickerHow can Facebook be used asonline résumé?a. Creating a Facebook pageb. Creating an event Creating a groupc. Creating a normal profile andd.adding more friends 61
  • 62. iClickerHow can Facebook be used asonline résumé?a. Creating a Facebook pageb. Creating an event Creating a groupc. Creating a normal profile andd.adding more friends 62

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