5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- eye contact
- intensification stage
- Interpersonal communication
- simple conflict
- a the stage in which partners begin to depend on each other for self-confirmations; characterized by more shared activities, more time spent together, more intimate physical distance and contact, and personalized language.
- b Communication that occurs between two people who simultaneously attempt to mutually influence each other, usually for the purpose of managing relationships.
- c looking at an audience during a presentation
- d the repetition of a consonant sound (usually the firs consonant) several times in a phrase, clause, or sentence.
- e conflict over differences in ideas, definitions, perceptions, or goals.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- a list of synonyms
- Organization by discussing first a problem and then various solutions.
- standards for acceptable solution.
- Alan H. Monroe's five-step plan for organizing a persuasive message: attention, need, satisfaction, visualization, and action.
- a leadership behavior that helps a group accomplish its job.
5 True/False Questions
final summary → Nonverbal voice cues, including volume, pitch, rate and articulation.
initiation stage → the first contact with a person with whom one desires a relationship; usually characterized by asking and answering questions.
hard evidence → an aspect of a speaker's credibility that reflects whether the speaker is perceived as informed, skilled, and knowledgeable.
vigilant thinker → a technique for generating many possible solutions to a problem by withholding evaluation while group members suggest ideas; ideas are evaluated after suggestions have been offered.
interaction → opening lines of a presentation, which must catch the audience's attention, introduce the topic give the audience a reason to listen, establish the speaker's credibility, state the central idea, and preview the main ideas.