5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Feminine styles of language
- Interdependent group
- The problem solving process
- Performance orientation
- a Group in which members rely on each other's skills and knowledge to accomplish the group goals.
- b Step one: identify and define the problem. Step two: Analyze the problem. Step three: Determine Criteria for judging solutions. Step Four: identify alternative solutions. Step Five: Evaluate solutions and decide upon the best.
- c Use words of empathy and support; emphasize concrete and personal language, and show politeness and tentativeness in speaking.
- d Seeing public speaking as a situation in which a speaker must impress an audience with knowledge and delivery. And seeing audience members as hypercritical judges.
- e Expectations for the way group members will behave while in a group.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Graceful and controlled use of the body.
- Members who gain power because they are liked and respected by the group.
- Wording that is full of life, vigorous, bright and intense.
- The interpretation of a person's use of time.
- The degree to which one participant is perceived to be more dominant or powerful.
5 True/False Questions
Systematic desensitization → One participant, the speaker delivers a prepared message to a group or audience who has assembled to hear the speaker.
Task roles → Movements of hands, arms and fingers that illustrate and emphasize what is being said.
Symposium → A set of prepared oral reports delivered sequentially by group members before a gathering of people who are interested in the work of the group.
Team-building activities → Specifying the time or time period that a fact was true or known to be true
Precise words → Words that appeal to the senses and help us see, hear, smell, taste or touch.