Question number 1 Why is modulating voice a principle in effective communication? 1. Different tones will 2. It’s needed to make people help people process smarter. information. 3. People will be 4. It helps you keep able to do more people interested after you’re done. and listening to you.
Well done!If you talk in Monotone voice everyone will bebored and they will loose interest in you. By the timeyou’re half-way through they won’t care if your ideais good or not, because they didn’t listen.
Question number 2 How would you engage audience? 1. Do something silly 2. Tell a joke 3. Change subject 4. Interest them
Well done!It’s good to keep audience interested as it will makethem listen to you. You can use new technology orinteresting slide designs to keep peoples’ attentionspan.
Question number 3 When should you ask for questions? 1. Before the 2. During the presentation presentation 3. After the 4. Never presentation
Well done!Someone always will have a question; andquestions should be answered at the end, there isno point of answering questions before apresentation, also you might forget what youwanted to say because you were talking aboutsomething else.
Question number 4 What kind of body language should you use? 1. Stand still, or act 2. Put your hands in positive if you have your pockets to 3. Dance! 4. Cross your arms
Well done!You must stand correctly or you won’t be takenseriously. The picture in this slide has some of theexamples of one of the most common usedpositions.
Question number 5 Which of these can be identified as active engagement? 1. Screaming 2. Nodding 3. Waving 4. Dancing
Well done!Nodding means that you’re paying attention andyou are following what others are saying.Paraphrasing is also a way of active engagementbut you don’t stop the one with presentation.
Question number 6 Which of these is NOT a barrier to communication? 1. Your presentation 2. Background noise 3. Distractions 4. Lack of concentration
Well done!Noise is one of the most problematic barriers tocommunication. If someone can’t hear you there isno point in doing a presentation. Always make sureeveryone hears you and refer to previous slide tosee if they pay attention.
Question number 7 Why is cultural difference a problem? 1. People are racist 2. Other countries don’t like PowerPoint 3. Some people 4. Some countries might not don’t use understand you PowerPoint
Well done!People from all over the world have differentaccents and their own way of speaking andlearning English. Make sure to use basic Englishwords at a moderate speed, so that everyone willunderstand what you are talking about.
Question number 8 What kind of sign language is allowed? 1. Pointing at point 2. Pointing at people of attention, trying to explain things 3. Pointing yourself 4. Thumbs up
Well done!Sign language is important as we can see thingsmore clearly if they are pointed out. Also what ifsomeone is deaf?
Question number 9 What are guidelines? 1. Basic ideas of 2. Notes on your what you can talk arm. about. 3. Lyrics to your 4. Letters on your favourite song. paper.
Well done!Guidelines help you talk about your presentation,but they aren’t exactly what you have to say, theyjust give you ideas so that you don’t forget yoursubjects.
Question number 10 Which one of these “smileys” is acceptable for e- mail? 1. <(^.^<) 2. :3 3. -.-’ 4.
Well done!It’s easy to use wrong smileys because they are somany of them, but the most common ones are and some people use “;” to make happy smileywink or the sad smiley to cry.
Question number 11 Why is it important to use proper grammar? 1. For fun. 2. People do not understand gibberish. 3. To make yourself 4. You don’t actually look smarter. need proper grammar.
Well done!You have to use proper grammar as it makes it easyfor people to understand you and if you act andspeak appropriately then people will take youseriously and they will listen to you.
Question number 12 Why is correct spelling important? 1. You won’t be 2. Using proper taken seriously grammar is for nerds! otherwise. 3. To UsE fAnCy 4. U dont need LeTtErS LiKe ThIs! proper gramer on intwrnet!
Well done!Just like with grammar, if people don’t understandyou, then you just look stupid and nobody will readwhat you have wrote. It’s helpful to use spellcheckerif you type a lot on a computer or often refer to adictionary.
Question number 13 Which of these is a basic speech structure? 1. See a person 2. An Intro Wave hand A part of body Run The End 3. Open mouth 4. An Introduction Speak A Body Close mouth A Conclusion
Well done!You will always have a little introduction at thebeginning and conclusion at the end to brieflyexplain what you will/did talk about. Main body isyour entire point of speech. Summary is to puttogether the information that was gathered.
Question number 14 Why is it important that your subjects are relevant? 1. Anything on a 2. Text needs to be meeting is relevant. relevant otherwise it is a waste of time. 3. What does 4. Relevant means “relevant” mean? people on meetings discussing things.
Well done!Talking about something that is not important orappropriate at the time is a waste of time. Makesure you know what you will be talking about andtell others what you will discuss at the meeting, toavoid waste of time.
Question number 15 What is proofreading used for? 1. To find written 2. To proof that you mistakes and can read. improve on them. 3. To read your 4. To improve proof. reading of people on your meeting.
Well done!Proof reading is marking what is wrong in your text,so that you may know exactly what to do toimprove it. If you use computer to write down yourdocuments, make sure to print out a draft andproofread it as the spell checker can sometimes fail.
Question number 16 Why are alternate viewpoints useful? 1. Your opinion is not 2. You like to talk to enough. people. 3. More ideas means 4. One was not more solutions! enough.
Well done!Some problems might be really hard to solve, othersmay help you out as different people know differentthings. Collective ideas may lead to a one geniusidea.
Question number 17 Why should you take notes? 1. Fact: You never 2. Notes make you write notes seem important. 3. Can be later used 4. You like to draw as reference. on paper.
Well done!It is good idea to write things down, you couldalways go back to your notes if you forgotsomething. It also shows that you are committed towork and that you are listening to what peoplehave to say.
Question number 13 Which does capitalisation mean? 1. Building a capital 2. Using capital city! letters throughout entire document. 3. Using capital 4. It’s using big letters letters to make at beginning of a things stand out. sentence or name. Can also mean how to start out or end a letter.
Well done!Using capitalisation makes your text look neat,formal and professional. It is also a part of correctgrammar of most lagnuages around the worldincluding English, so make sure to have a look atyour draft to see if you have used capitalisation incorrect places.