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  • 1. Don Eufemio F. Eriguel Memorial National High School Agoo, La Union SECOND QUARTERLY EXAMINATION Oral Communication Name:______________________________________ Parent’s Signature:_____________ (Last Name, First Name, MI) Grade &Section: _____________________ Directions. Read each sentence carefully and select the best answer from the given choices. Write the letter of your choice on the space provided before the number. ____1. What type of communicative strategies refers to any limitation you may have as a speaker? A. nomination B. restriction C. topic-shifting D. turn taking ____2. What is the type of communication that refers to opening a topic with the people you are talking to? A. nomination B. restriction C. topic-shifting D. turn taking ____3. What kind of language is used in public and mass communication? A. casual, formal B. declarative, informal C. declarative, formal D. interrogative, formal ____4. What takes the shortest duration of interaction? A. casual B. consultative C. formal D. intimate ____5. What shift to communication depends on how the discussions relate to receivers’ interests and knowledge? A. duration of interaction B. language form C. relationship to the speaker D. role of the speaker ____6. What is the core concept of interaction? A. duration of interaction B. language form C. message D. role of the speaker? ____7. What type of speech delivery is usually used in intrapersonal and interpersonal communication? A. extemporaneous B. impromptu C. manuscript D. memorized ____8. What are the five principles of speech delivery? A. Articulation, Modulation, Stage Presence, Facial Expressions, Stage Rapport B. Articulation, Modulation, Stage Honor, Facial Expressions, Stage Rapport C. Articulation, Message, Stage Honor, Facial Expressions, Stage Rapport D. Articulation, Pronunciation, Stage Presence, Facial Expressions, Stage Rapport ____9. What stage of the speech writing process where you look into the profile of your target audience to tailor-fit your speech content? A. conducting an audience analysis B. determining the purpose of speech C. gathering data D. selecting a topic ____10. What type of audience profiling do attitudes and preferences belong? A. demography B. psychology C. physiology D. situation ____11. What kind of speech provides the audience with a clear understanding of the speaker's concept or idea? A. entertainment B. informative C. manuscript D. persuasive ____12. Which of the following terms belongs under word choice? A. connotation B. content word C. punctuation D. syntax ____13. Which of the following terms belongs under grammatical correctness? A. connotation B. context C. tense D. repetition SCORE
  • 2. ____14. What is the term used for all actions of the organs of the vocal tract that effect modifications of the signal generated by the voice source? A. articulation B. inflection C. modulation D. pronunciation ____15. What refers to the ability of the speaker to acquire and keep the audience’s attention through his or her presentation style? A. articulation B. modulation C. nonverbal D. stage presence ____16. What is the skill which helps you to put emotion into the message you want to convey and helps you to decorate your sentence with the expression, proper emotions perfect use of the pitch, change in volume and timing? A. articulation B. inflection C. modulation D. pronunciation ____17. What component of voice modulation makes your voice commanding by generating intensity in your voice? A. emphasis B. pause C. pitch D. power ____18. What principle of speech delivery should be observed to establish a connection with the listeners or audience? A. Articulation B. Audience Rapport C. Modulation D. Stage Presence ____19. Which of the following expressions is used in turn taking? A. By the way… B. Let’s talk about… C. See you around D. What do you think? ____20. Which of the following expressions is used in topic shifting? A. By the way… B. Let’s talk about… C. See you around D. What do you think? ____21. How will a speaker establish rapport and collectiveness with his/her audience? A. Use figures of speech such as metaphors B. Use jargons and acronyms C. Use personal pronouns “I” and “We” D. Use too much fillers ____22. Which of the following should be used by the speaker to convey a more effective and efficient point? A. Acronyms B. Figures of speech C. Jargons D. Personal Pronouns ____23. According to Andrew Dlugan ( 2013), there are six power principles for speech editing. Which of the following does NOT belong to the group? A. Edit for clarity B. Edit for concision C. Edit for continuity D. Edit for validity ____24. What speech style is highly suggested to sound more natural and more casual to the audience? A. Conversational B. Consultative C. Formal D. Frozen ____25. What type of topics are usually talk about in intimate and casual style? A. Speak of social, familial, and general topics. B. Mostly observes traditional and ritualistic message. C. Present academic, political, educational, and scientific messages D. Reflect national and general issues concerning the community ____26. Which of the following is not a feature of an effective vocal delivery? A. Pauses B. Pitch C. Value D. Volume ____27. What principle of speech editing ensures that you have written from introduction to conclusion is related to your central message? A. Edit for clarity B. Edit for concision C. Edit for continuity D. Edit for focus ____28. Which of the following does not belong to the areas of grammatical correctness? A. diction B. grammar C. mechanics D. style ____29. Which of the following is the main function of a microphone? A. clarify the enunciation of words B. increase the volume of the voice C. clarify the pronunciation of words D. catch the attention of the audience ____30. How are you going to maintain audience rapport during speech delivery? A. Use jargons and highfalutin words
  • 3. B. Establish eye contact and facial expressions. C. Use humor or language that might offend them. D. Prioritize your interest not the interest of the audience. ____31. The teacher instructed: “Brainstorm with your pair about Philippine economy at present and then deliver a speech about it.” What communicative strategy is being shown? A. nomination B. restriction C. topic-shifting D. turn taking ____32. "Go on with your ideas. I'll let you finish first before I say something." What communicative strategy is being shown? A. nomination B. restriction C. topic-shifting D. turn taking ____33. When speaking in front of a specific audience size, your approach to a smaller audience is more intimate and personal. If that is so, what would be your approach to a larger size audience? A. Casual B. Consultative C. Formal D. Intimate ____34. Maria was able to pronounce the words in her speech clearly. What principle of speech delivery is observed in this situation? A. Articulation B. Facial Expressions C. Modulation D. Movements ____35. You are listening to a reportorial activity in your UCSP class. One of the reporters has been feeding a misleading information. As a listener to the communication process, what responsibility would you play to address the problem? A. remain listening until the end of the report. B. do not listen anymore because their report is wrong C. tell your classmates that the reporters are giving the wrong information D. ask the reporters politely if they could double check about the information ____36. The teacher gave your group a task to discuss Speech styles but in the middle of brainstorming, someone nominates an entirely different topic. What type of communicative strategy is being shown in the situation? A. nomination B. restriction C. topic-shifting D. turn taking ____37. The assistant principal wants to promote digital and media literacy among Senior High students of Rosario Integrated School. Which type of speech should he write? A. Expository B. Entertainment speech C. Informative D. Persuasive ____38. A grade 11 HUMMS student desires to share her funny experiences during her online classes in Oral Communication. Which type of speech should she write? A. Expository B. Entertainment speech C. Informative D. Persuasive ____39. The editor- in-chief of “The Rosebud” wants to write a speech about the Resilience performance of different countries in handling Covid 19. Which writing pattern suits best her topic? A. Biographical B. Categorical/ Topical C. Causal D. Comparison and Contrast ____40. Mrs. Fernandez showcased her wholesome and bubbly personality to the audience during her acceptance speech. What principle of speech delivery was shown in this situation? A. Articulation B. Facial Expressions C. Modulation D. Stage Presence ____41. The elected SSG President pronounced clearly and confidently the words in his Words of Gratitude Speech. What principle of delivery was manifested in this situation? A. Articulation B. Facial Expressions C. Modulation D. Stage Presence ____42. The running public official varied the volume and pitch of his voice which made us hear him clearly and understand him effectively. What principle of delivery was shown in this situation? A. Articulation B. Facial Expression C. Modulation D. Movements ____43. The learners have a brainstorming process in the class, Caleb asked: “What could be the best topic to discuss”? The group thought for a while and reacted to it. What communicative strategy is mentioned in the situation? A. nomination B. repair C. restriction D. termination
  • 4. ____44. Narrowing down a topic means making your main idea more specific and focused. Arrange the following from general to narrow topic. 1. Developing effective money management of Grade 11 students 2. Effective money management 3. Defining and developing effective money management skills of Grade 11 students 4. Effective money management of Grade11 students A. 1, 3, 4, 2 B. 2, 3, 1,4 C. 2, 4, 1, 3 D. 1,2,3,4 ____45. The class President aims to inform his classmates about the adverse effects of excessive time in playing online games such as mobile legends. Which writing structure is the most suitable in his topic? A. Categorical/ Topical B. Causal C. Chronological D. Compare and Contrast ____46. “There’s nothing really special about the speech.”What principle of speech editing should be done from the statement above? A. Edit for concision B. Edit for impact and beauty C. Edit for focus D. Edit for variety ____47. Which principle of editing should be observed from the statement below? “The speech was too difficult to follow; I was lost in the middle.” A. Edit for concision B. Edit for impact and beauty C. Edit for focus D. Edit for variety ____48. Why does audience commonly feel confused whenever they listen to a speech? A. The speaker keeps an eye contact with everyone B. The speaker uses jargons and acronyms C. The speaker uses active verbs and contractions D. The speaker utilizes personal pronouns ____49. Which of the following speaking situation does not belong to memorized speech? A. When you perform in a stage play B. When an actor or actress in a scene performs a script from memory C. When you deliver a declamation, oratorical or literary piece D. When you are a candidate for a post in a student government and you deliver your campaign speech before a voting public ____50. One of the considerations in any speech context, speech style, speech act, and communicative strategy is the message. Consider this statement: “Have you heard of the news about the latest achievement of our government”? Which from the given choices would mean the idea of the message of the speaker based from the statement expressed? A. Halloween treat or trick craze is in town. B. Today is the first day of school, welcome back learners! C. The guidance counselor called up the learners for a conference. D. The buy bust operations have tapped down billions of shabu laboratories. ____51. Which is not likely to consider in speech delivery? A. Avoid making eye contact to the audience B. Master your voice and find your pitch level (high or low) C. Observe your mannerisms and learn how to avoid them when speaking in public D. Avoid using fillers or expressions that substitute actual words in your speech Read the given excerpt below. Answer the questions that follow. I am here to speak on behalf of the starving children around the world whose cries go unheard. I am here to speak for the countless animals dying across this planet, because they have nowhere left to go. I am afraid to go out in the sun now, because of the holes in our ozone. I am afraid to breathe the air, because I don’t know what chemicals are in it. I used to go fishing in Vancouver, my home, with my Dad until, just a few years ago, we found a fish full of cancers. And now we hear of animals and plants going extinct every day, vanishing forever. In my life, I have dreamt of seeing the great herds of wild animals, jungles and rainforests full of birds and butterflies, but now I wonder if they will even exist for my children to see.” “Did you have to worry of these things when you were my age? All this is happening before our eyes and yet we act as if we have all the time we want and all the solutions. I’m only a child and I don’t have all the solutions, but I want you to realize, neither do you. You don’t know
  • 5. how to fix the holes in our ozone layer. You don’t know how to bring the salmon back up a dead stream. You don’t know how to bring back an animal now extinct. And you can’t bring back the forest that once grew where there is now a desert. If you don’t know how to fix it, please stop breaking it.” “Here you may be delegates of your governments, business people, organizers, reporters or politicians. But, really, you’re mothers and fathers, sisters and brothers, aunts and uncles and all of you are someone’s child. I’m only a child, yet I know we are all part of a family, 5 billion strong, in fact 30 million species strong. And borders and governments will never change that. I’m only a child, yet I know we are all in this together and should act as one single world towards one single goal.” _____52. In the given excerpt above, what do you think is the purpose of the speaker? A. to entertain B. to inform C. to persuade D. _____53. What speech pattern do you think is employed in the speech? A. biographical B. categorical C. comparison-contrast D. chronological _____54. What does she want her audience to feel or do after listening to her speech? A. happy B. guilty C. disappointed D. make an action _____55. What plan will you propose if you are going to speak in a barangay where people are known to be illiterate? 1. Do an audience analysis. 2. Talk to the people beforehand to assess their level. 3. Go to the place the day you are going to deliver your speech. 4. Use their vernacular language in your speech. A. 1, 2,3 B. 1,3,4 C. 1, 2, 4 D. 1, 2, 3,4 _____56. You are already a graduate in your dream profession and your high school alma mater asked you to be their Guest Speaker for a symposium. There will be at least 1,000 participants which includes the faculty and staff of the school, visitors and stakeholders, and the whole studentry. The problem is that you have a stage fright. What possible solution will you do to be able to speak in front? 1. Just refuse their invitation. 2. Watch motivational videos on how to overcome stage fright. 3. Practice speaking in front of family and friends. 4. Tell them you’re not able to come because you have a prior engagement. A. 1, 2 B. 2,3 C.3, 4 D. 1, 3 ____57. At the middle of your speech, you forgot what to say. What possible move you are going to do to avoid dead air? A. Laugh B. Stop your speech. C. Show your audience you’re nervous. D. Use expressions that will give you time to think of the next words to say. ____58. What possible solution you can do if you see that your audience are being inattentive during your speech delivery? A. Ask them to keep still. B. Offer them a dance number. C. Make some humorous line to get their attention. D. Tell them to pay attention because there is question and answer later on. ____59. Your classmate Marie is about to deliver her speech in the class as one of the requirements in Oral Communication. She is perspiring a lot and could not help to stop her hands from shaking. What are you going to do to avoid the same thing to happen when you deliver your speech? 1. Always practice in front of a mirror. 2. Prepare myself by practicing a lot in front of my friends. 3. Watch speeches to adopt some strategies on delivering a speech 4. Visualize a successful message delivery. A. 1,2, 3 B. 2,3, 4 C. 3,4, 1 D. 1,2,3,4 _____60. Rojan is confident that he can give justice to one of the famous speeches of all time. He exerts all his effort by using a lot of hand gesture all the time. He often moves from one place to another. The audience stops looking at him. What are you going to do for you to avoid this kind of scenario when you deliver your speech? A. Plan to have no movements at all. B. Watch great speakers on how they deliver their speech and imitate. C. Plan of how you coordinate your speech to your hand gestures. D. Practice like you are delivering your final speech delivery with all the hand gestures in
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