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    11) The reflective thinking model refers to ________. A) an exercise to build team relationships B) a structure to help groups solve problems effectively C) a recommended method for writing research papers D) a method designed to help group members think creatively 12) A technique that can be used to identify the problem is ________. A).
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    11) Sarah observes that she usually keeps her theater group happy and that her friend Maureen offers the group encouragement. The patterns of communication observed by Sarah would be describes as ________ roles. A) task B) social C) individual D) flexible 12) Mikala often takes the minutes of the meetings; Gary often.
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    51) An initial preview is usually given in the introduction. 52) Using both an internal preview and an internal summary is probably too redundant for most audiences and should only be used in very long speeches. 53) Phrases like ?In addition,? ?In other words,? and ?In summary? are examples of verbal transitions. 54).
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    31) Which communication network is characterized by members communicating messages hierarchically from one person to another? A) wheel network B) all-channel network C) chain network D) primary network 32) When group becomes familiar with other group members and the group task, this is known as the ________ phase of group development. A) orientation B).
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  Match these terms to the definitions given below. A. Classification B. Description C. Figurative analogy D. Hypothetical illustration E. Illustration F. Literal analogy G. Operational definition H. Oral citation I. Statistic 68) A statement that provides a word picture of something. 69) A statement that shows how a term works or what it does. 70) A story or anecdote that provides an.
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    11) In preparation for her speech, Mattie asked her classmates questions about how they would respond to her topic, visualized her classmates responses as she rehearsed, and tried to develop a presentation that was clear and understandable to her classmates. As she gave her presentation, she found herself thinking about.
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  86) A group member who holds an opinion, attitude, or belief that is different from that of other group members describes a group ________. 87) When people receive messages from one person at a time, they are utilizing the ________ communication interaction pattern. 88) What are the characteristics of a small group? 89).
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  1) What type of organizational pattern is reflected in these main points? I. As a young child, J.R.R. Tolkien and his young cousins invented a language called Nebosh. II. As a college student, J.R.R. Tolkien invented several languages influenced by Welsh and Finnish. III. By the time he published the works of fiction.
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    41) Being audience-centered means that you should not give a speech that your audience would disagree with. 42) Research shows that if you feel nervous, the audience can usually spot nervous gestures or a shaky voice. 43) Most public speakers become progressively more comfortable when they speak. 44) If you experience speaking anxiety,.
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  96) Briefly explain two assumptions about groups that would be different between individualistic cultures and collectivistic cultures. 97) Your textbook discusses five bases of power. Name and explain each of the five, and give examples of how a supervisor in a professional setting might make use of each type of power.     .
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  Match these terms to the definitions given below. A. Closure B. Hard evidence C. Preview D. Primacy E. Recency F. Signpost G. Soft evidence H. Summary I. Topical Organization 67) Starting with your most convincing or least controversial idea. 68) Arranging ideas from the least to the most important. 69) A recap of what has been said. 70) A verbal or nonverbal signal.
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  1) Which of the following statements illustrates a difference between public speaking and writing? A) In public speaking, you use more formal language than in writing. B) In writing you must carefully document your sources; in public speaking it is not necessary. C) In writing, redundancy is not desirable; in public speaking, redundancy.
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  81) ________ ________ ________ is a technique for developing ideas in which members silently write down their ideas, then discuss them face-to-face. 82) ________ is an agreement arrived at by a group through interaction in which all members of the group agree to support the decision. 83) ________ is the generation, application,.
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    41) Marianna says to Suzie, ?Suzie, you?ve done some research on honors programs in other departments. What have you found out that might work in our department?? By saying this, Marianna is using her ________ skills. A) transformational leadership B) brainstorming C) gatekeeping D) problem-solving 42) Which of the following statements would be.
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  Match these terms to the definitions given below. A) Coercive power B) Cohesiveness C) Clique D) Expert power E) Individual role F) Legitimate power G) Referent power H) Reward power I) Social role J) Status K) Task role 66) This person has influence over another?s behavior due to being liked and admired. 67) This is a pattern of behaviors that focuses on helping.
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  98) What is consensus? Identify and explain three strategies that group members can use to achieve a consensus. 99) Explain the difference between task and process functions. 100) Briefly explain the concept of transformational leadership.   101) You are an upperclassman working with a faculty member in your major discipline. You and the faculty.
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  76) Examples of ________ roles are giving and seeking information in order to help a group move toward its goals. 77) Some examples of ________ roles are gatekeeping, harmonizing, and compromising in order to improve the group?s climate. 78) A blocker, a recognition seeker, and a self-confessor, all of which impede the.
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    41) In primary groups, the communication that occurs is usually informal. 42) Therapy groups are groups that exist in order to treat problems that members have. 43) A focus group is a group that meets to resolve an issue or overcome an unsatisfactory situation. 44) Roles are standards that determine what is appropriate.
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  Match these terms to the definitions given below. A. Cause-effect B. Chronological C. Complexity D. Primacy E. Problem-solution F. Recency G. Spatial H. Topical 61) Arranging ideas from the simple to the more complex. 62) Ideas are arranged according to a logical or natural order, according to the speaker?s discretion. 63) Ideas are arranged by first discussing things that are unsatisfactory,.
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  98) Explain the relationship of cohesiveness to group output. In your discussion address the impact of low, moderate, and high cohesiveness on the output of a group. Discuss at least three ways of enhancing group cohesiveness. 99) Describe Fisher?s model of group interaction phases. List each of the stages, and discuss.
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  Match the terms with the correct definitions. A. Agenda B. Brainstorming C. Consensus D. Force field analysis E. Gatekeeping F. Groupthink G. Metadiscussion H. Nominal group technique I. T chart 71) Ideas are written down silently by individuals then shared face-to-face. 72) Discussion about the group?s discussion. 73) Used to analyze an issue by finding driving forces and restraining forces that increase.
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  92) Explain the three types of general purposes for presentations. How are they different? 93) Pat had to give an informative speech for his public speaking class. He wrote as his central idea, ?Women-you can?t live with them, you can?t live without them, who understands them?? Explain what is wrong with.
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  Match the following terms with their correct definitions. A. Authoritarian leader B. Democratic leader C. Functional approach D. Laissez faire leader E. Situational approach F. Styles approach G. Task functions H. Trait approach I. Transformational leader 64) The leadership style that is recommended is based upon task behaviors, relationship behaviors, and maturity of group members. 65) This leader is.
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  Match these terms to the definitions given below. A. Boolean search B. Call number C. Card catalogue D. Directory E. Hyperlink F. Periodical G. Periodical index H. Search engine 61) A Web search that lets you enclose phrases in parenthesis so that you search is limited to the specific words or terms. 62) A highlighted word or graphic on a.
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    21) Which of the following is true of consensus? A) The decision is determined by majority vote. B) 100 percent of the group voted for the proposal. C) All group members can support the group?s decision. D) The majority of the group members can support the decision. 22) The major advantage of a decision reached.
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    51) According to research cited in the textbook, groups with clear-cut power differences among their members usually have better outcomes than groups with equal power distribution. 52) A teacher or a supervisor is an example of a person who has legitimate power. 53) Tiffany looks up to her older sister, and often.
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  99) List and explain the six criteria for evaluating a Web source. 100) Define statistics. Explain when they should be used in a presentation and the guidelines for using them effectively. 101) Differentiate between literal and figurative analogies, give an example of each, and explain the recommendations for using them.   .
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  1) The functional approach to group communication ________. A) attempts to describe types of behaviors that lead to better quality solutions B) defines stages of group interaction that occur in decision-making groups C) describes the personality traits of effective leaders and group members D) attempts to define the structure of various types.
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Match these terms to the definitions given below. A) Focus groups B) Primary groups C) Problem solving groups D) Social groups E) Study groups F) Therapy groups G) Virtual groups 59) This group is a collection of individuals who are brought together by a researcher to discuss issues, such as to evaluate a new product, or to assess.
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    11) In his speech on varying explanations of how the earth came into existence, Eduardo begins with opinions, moves to inferences, and uses scientific facts in support of his last point. What principle of supporting material organization is Eduardo reflecting in his speech? A) primacy-recency B) ?soft? to ?hard? evidence C) complexity.
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  87) Briefly discuss three ways that public speaking differs from written communication. 88) What does it mean to be an audience-centered presentation speaker? 89) List the questions that you should keep in mind when selecting a topic. 90) If you are stumped and cannot think of an idea for a presentation the text.
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    51) It is NOT important to consider the cultural influences on the group when choosing a leadership style. 52) ?The solution should be acceptable to the dean? is an example of criteria for a successful decision. 53) Groups that use electronic brainstorming come up with more ideas than groups meeting face-to-face. 54) After.
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    31) ?Every I should have a II, and every A should have a B,? is related to the principle of outlining concerned with ________. A) making headings parallelB) subdivisions C) standard numberingD) using correct indentation 32) Your delivery outline should ________. A) use complete sentences B) include an abbreviated form our your introduction and conclusion.
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    21) If a person is elected or appointed, they have ________ power. A) legitimate B) referent C) expert D) coercive 22) What is/are the importance of team ground rules? A) They spell out behavior that is expected of group members. B) They can help manage uncertainty. C) They help the team run more smoothly. D) A,.
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  96) List the nine components of the audience-centered public speaking model. 97) For the following main points, write a specific purpose statement, a central idea, and give examples of three types of appropriate supporting material for the topic. I. Low-carbohydrate diets are not well balanced. II. Low-carbohydrate diets have not been proven to.
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