Communications 101: Ch. 1 Review

False- Without feedback there is no transactional communication.

A speaker presenting a speech to a video camera that will be posted on YouTube, is an example of transactional communication.

True- You may be deficient in one speaking situation but quite proficient in another.

Labeling someone a "competent speaker" makes a judgment about that person's degree of proficiency in a particular speaking context.

False- there are no universal rules

Never get visibly angry when giving a speech" is a universal rule applicable to every speaking situation.

False- It is called sensitivity (receptive accuracy).

Detecting, decoding, and comprehending signals from your audience is called mindfulness.

False- Plagiarism is the use of anyone else's material without some attribution.

Using information already published and easily accessible�whether on the web, on bumper stickers, or in movies�is not plagiarism, and sources need not be cited.

Skill- This is the definition in the text for a skill.

The successful performance of a communication behavior and the ability to repeat such behavior is which element of the communication competence model?

All of the Above- Anything (tattoos, racist terms, upset stomach) that interferes with a speaker's ability to share the meaning of messages with an audience is communication noise.

Which of the following are examples of communication noise?

you do more than transmit a message; you also develop a relationship with audience members correct- Transactional process means more than mere transmission of a message. Practicing in front of a mirror is hardly transactional. Are you creating a relations

Public speaking is a transactional process" means

Respect- Remember that sensitivity in the communication competence model is not defined as "caring" about others. That is respect. Sensitivity is "receptive accuracy.

Texting while a classmate is giving a speech violates which of the following ethical standards?

None of the Above- Heckling is occasionally the only avenue open to the less powerful. Honesty is a guiding principal of ethical public speaking, but complete honesty in all contexts relieves you from using your brain. Sometimes honesty can be hurtful, ev

Which of the following is a universal rule applicable to all public speaking situations?