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Communicative Strategies

A course equips learners with effective language techniques and tactics to enhance their communication skills in diverse contexts and situations.

verbal

nonverbal

active listening

empathy

clarity

conciseness

persuasion

assertiveness

adaptability

feedback

paraphrasing

questioning

body language

tone

context

Talking about the meeting agenda is better than chitchatting about the party.

  • Topic Shifting
  • Topic Control
  • Restriction
  • Repair

refers to the regulation or control of delivering speeches

  • restriction

see you later bye

  • termination

You expand a general word to the context where certain words are lacking like the overuse of the words: thing, stuff, make, do, what-do-you-call-it, what-is-it.

  • Use of all purpose words

You use the word in your native language but pronounce it like English.

  • Foreignizing

Choose the correct answer, based on the given question.Question: What communicative strategy is not practiced in the scenario: "When unimportant conversation distractions and topic switching occur, the conversing group fails to fully discuss the initiated topic."?

  • turn-taking
  • topic control
  • restriction
  • nomination

Choose the correct answer, based on the given question.Question: What communicative strategy is practiced in the scenario: "Nonverbal modes of communication followed by a verbal cue asking another person in the group to share his or her own view on the topic is applied by a presiding individual in a group talk."?

  • topic control
  • restriction
  • turn-taking
  • nomination

Draw your gorgeous OCOM teacher

  • [No Answer]

i'm sorry if i mispronounced your name

  • repair

This is the ability to focus on the current topic without straying into other discussions.

  • Topic Control

You leave the message unfinished because of language difficulty.

  • Message Abandonment

refers to how speakers address the problem in speaking listening and comprehending that they may encounter in a conversation

  • repair

I really had a great time. Thank you for taking the time to talk with us.

  • Termination
  • Topic Shifting
  • Topic Control
  • Repair

one can apply this strategy that includes asking for a clarificationnot acknowledging topic shifting not responding repeating recasting and adding

  • repair

all of the people involved in the conversations should talk

  • turn taking and turn giving

Which among the underlined segments in the statement below is redundant of the italicized phrase?Remember to always be on point, and (a) to avoid topic shift (b) during the conversation (c) to avoid communication breakdown.

  • a
  • b
  • c
  • None of the options

You mime, the gesture, use facial expression, and imitate sound to express the meaning you want.

  • use of nonverbal means

oh i'm sorry i didn't mean to hurt you that's not what i mean

  • repair

used by learners to overcome problems of conveying intended meaning

  • communication strategies

You describe or paraphrase the target object or action.

  • Circumlocution

You want your classmate to help you in answering your assignment.

  • “I need you to help me with my assignment.”
  • “I helped you last time, can you help me this time?”
  • "Why don't you help me on this one?"

in your class, you might be asked by your teacher to brainstorm on peer pressure or deliver a speech on digital natives.In these cases, you cannot decide to talk about something else.

  • Nomination
  • Restriction
  • Termination
  • Topic Control
  • Topic Shifting

Which of the following is NOT a cue of termination?

  • "And that's it for today's video."
  • "See you soon!"
  • "Adios!"
  • "Today I'll be showing you a day in my life."

This strategy involves changing from one speaker to another in a way that does not disrupt the communication process.

  • Turn taking

You use filling words (uhhmmmm) to gain time to think.

  • Use of fillers/hesitation devices

Setting rules to follow to ensure a smooth flow of communication is important in applying this strategy.

  • restriction
  • topic control
  • nomination
  • termination

Identify the communicative strategy used: “You have 2 minutes left to speak.”

  • Repair
  • Turn taking
  • Topic Control
  • Topic Shifting
  • Restriction

refers to the conversation participants’ close-initiating expressions that end a topic in a conversation.

  • Termination

What communication strategy signals the beginning of conversation or communication?

  • Nomination
  • Restriction
  • Turn-taking
  • Topic-shifting

Identify the communicative strategy used: “Okay, see you later.”

  • Termination
  • Turn taking
  • Nomination
  • Topic Shifting
  • Restriction

This strategy is used to establish a topic at the very beginning of the conversation.

  • restriction
  • topic control
  • nomination
  • termination

These are plans, ways, or means of sharing information which are adopted to achieve the main purpose of communication.

  • Communicative Strategies

By the way, have you seen his Instagram account already?

  • Turn-taking
  • Termination
  • Topic Shifting
  • Repair

do you agree that students should go to school despite of this pandemic crisis

  • restriction

Which of the following responses uses repair?

  • “Best regards to your family! See you around.”
  • “Please enlighten me about the solution to the issue you are suggesting.”
  • “By the way, I need a few personal details about yourself.”
  • "Excuse me, can you please repeat the question?”

You want to make a conversation with the new student in your class. Which is the best way to establish a topic?

  • "Why did you have to transfer here in our school?"
  • "Would you like to join us during lunch?"
  • "I have heard that you are from Pangasinan. I think the beaches there are very clean and relaxing."

it is an address proposing a candidate for election or selection in an organization

  • nomination

this pandemic crisis is not just a bottle about health it is a bottle on how we manage our emotions

  • topic shifting

it pertains to the process by which people decide who takes the conversational floor

  • turn taking and turn giving

may i have the floor please

  • turn taking and turn giving

do you have anything to say

  • turn taking and turn giving

Identify the communicative strategy used: “Would you like to say something?”

  • Termination
  • Turn taking
  • Nomination
  • Topic Shifting
  • Restriction

high students welcome to our oral communication class how are you i miss you

  • nomination

This is the act of limiting the topic to make it manageable.

  • Restriction

Identify the communicative strategy used: “Continue the discussion, I will speak when you are done.”

  • Nomination
  • Turn taking
  • Repair
  • Topic Shifting
  • Termination

Excuse me? I think we should speak one at a time, so we can clearly understand what we want to say about the issue?

  • Turn taking
  • Topic Shifting
  • Topic Control
  • Nomination

we shift a topic when we want to avoid a conversation or topic

  • topic shifting

Termination refers to a strategy that can be used to address problems in the conversation.

  • true
  • false

Identify the communicative strategy used: “Could you please say it one more time?”

  • Nomination
  • Restriction
  • Repair
  • Topic Shifting
  • Turn Taking

Why don't we talk about our own religious beliefs?

  • Nomination
  • Restriction
  • Turn-taking
  • Topic Control

refers to moving from one topic to another topic

  • topic shifting

Identify the communicative strategy used: “Good morning. It’s nice to see you. How was your vacation last week?”

  • Nomination
  • Turn taking
  • Topic Control
  • Topic Shifting
  • Restriction

if everybody in the conversation seems to talk at the same time, give way and appreciate other’s initiative to set the conversation back

  • Nomination
  • Repair
  • Termination
  • Topic Control
  • Topic Shifting

Identify the communicative strategy used: “Best regards to your parents! See you around!”

  • Nomination
  • Termination
  • Topic Control
  • Topic Shifting
  • Restriction

homily of a priest in a mass

  • restriction

it is the strategy for communication it is used to effectively communicate

  • communicative strategies

I know right. The real question is, "Did she really cut classes?"

  • Topic Control
  • Topic Shifting
  • Turn Taking
  • Repair

_o__u___a____ is the lifeline of any relationship.

  • communication

usual chat among friends while taking snacks

  • nomination

how procedural formality or informality affects the development of topic in conversations.This only means that when a topic is initiated, it should be collectively developed by avoiding unnecessary interruptions and topic shifts

  • Topic Control

You create a new English word based on what you know of the way English works like "vegetarianist" (which is not in the dictionary) for the "vegetarian"

  • Word Coinage

as the name suggests, involves moving from one topic to another. In other words, it is where one part of a conversation ends and where another begins.

  • Topic Shifting

instances when a conversation is bound only to given issues

  • topic control

is necessary as there are topics which are considered taboo or subversive this may either corrupt other people's mind offender sensibilities or invade their rights like criticizing a particular region or tradition

  • topic control

effective use of these strategies results to communicative competence

  • communication strategies

it is from the word nominate

  • nomination

You ask other students or your teacher for help when you do not know or forget some words, structures or idioms.

  • Appeal for Help

what are the 7 types of communicative strategies

  • nomination, restriction, turn-taking and turn giving, topic control, topic shifting, repair,termination

This is a method or plan chosen to bring about a desired future, such as achievement of a goal or solution to a problem.

  • Strategy

These are plans, strategies, and means of sharing information which are adopted to achieve a particular social, political, psychological, linguistic purpose.

  • Communicative Strategy

You translate a word or an idiom from your mother tongue to English using the structure of your first language.

  • Literal translation

process by which people in a conversation decide who is to speak next

  • turn taking and turn giving

refers to the act of bringing one speech to end

  • termination

this will make conversations meaningful

  • communicative strategies

Identify the communicative strategy used: “Just raise your hand if you need to say something.”

  • Termination
  • Turn taking
  • Repair
  • Topic Shifting
  • Restriction

“Let's go back to the topic.” is an expression that can be used for topic control.

  • True
  • False

Sometimes people are given unequal opportunities to talk because others take much time during the conversation. It pertains to the process by which people decide who takes the conversational floor.the primary idea is to give all communicators a chance to speak.

  • Turn-taking

refers to practices of closing down a topic

  • termination

by the way i think we have a new love team in our class is in it exciting

  • topic shifting

you may start off with news inquiries and use announcements as the promise extendedtalks

  • nomination

collaboratively and productively establish a topic.you try to open a topic with the people you are talking to.

  • Nomination

Have you noticed the weird weather lately? Is this because of global warming?

  • Nomination
  • Topic Shifting
  • Termination
  • Topic Control

Fill in the blank with the needed information.Before ______________________________, ensuring that the previous topic has been fully and properly discussed is a good practice.

  • topic shifting

oh i think let's go back to the topic

  • topic control

Fill in the blank with the needed information.If conversation misunderstanding occurs, the speakers will always try to _________________ and correct it.

  • address

people decide who will talk

  • turn taking and turn giving

when something is damaged or broken

  • repair

ends a conversation

  • termination

This refers to the conclusion or end of the communication.

  • Termination

topics may be changed to topic shading by drawing the content of the new topic from the current one

  • topic shifting

This is important when moving from one topic to another.

  • restriction
  • topic control
  • topic shifting
  • termination

These are plans, ways or means of sharing information which are adopted to achieve a particular social, political, psychological, or linguistic purpose.

  • Communicative Strategies

keeping the interaction going by asking questions and eliciting a response.

  • Topic control-

You try not to talk about concepts difficult for you to express.

  • Topic Avoidance

sense of confidentiality

  • restriction

overcoming communication breakdown to send more comprehensible messages.

  • Repair

___________ in communication refers to any limitation you may have as a speaker. Type your answer in ALL CAPS

  • RESTRICTION

strategy that constrains or restricts the response of the other person involved in the communication situation

  • restriction

You use the native word or expression for the English term that expresses the meaning you want.

  • Code switching

using verbal and nonverbal signals to end the interaction.

  • Termination

Choose the correct answer, based on the given question.Question: What communicative strategy is not practiced in the situation: "When some persons take too much time in talking in a group conversation, they violate the etiquette in establishing and making all members a chance to express their opinions."?

  • topic control
  • nomination
  • restriction
  • turn-taking

listener is forced to respond only within a set of categories that is made by the speaker

  • restriction

Fill in the blank with the needed information.You may also use effective conversational ____________________ to signal a shift.

  • transitions

You don’t get it, Mom. I want to bring my laptop to school.

  • Repair
  • Restriction
  • Nomination
  • Termination

covers how procedural formality or infirmity affects the development of topic in conversation

  • topic control

Fill in the blank with the needed information.Giving way and _____________________ to set the conversation back to its topic when everybody talks all together is communication repair.

  • appreciating other's dynamism

presenting a particular topic clearly, truthfully, and saying only what is relevant.

  • Nomination

Identify the communicative strategy used: “We are talking about how the pandemic affected agriculture. I believe that our farmers really need help from the government.”

  • Termination
  • Turn taking
  • Topic Control
  • Topic Shifting
  • Restriction

it is the ability of taking attention of their hearers on trying to commence begin or nominate propose

  • nomination

Turn-taking refers to the process in which a participant stops speaking and yields the floor to another participant, so he or she could begin to speak.

  • True
  • False

1 request for clarification

  • repair

This refers to the change from one topic to another.

  • Topic Shifting

This is the act of putting forward or suggesting a topic for a conversation.

  • Nomination

This is used to give correction to the utterance of the speaker in the event that mispronunciation or improper diction occurs.

  • Repair

refers to any limitation you may have as a speakerWhen communicating in the classroom, in a meeting, or while hanging out with your friends, you are typically given specific INSTRUCTIONS that you must follow.COMFINE & LIMIT

  • Restriction

constraining the response or reaction within a set of categories.

  • Restriction

blueprints for how the information will be exchanged

  • communication strategies

recognizing when and how to speak because it is one's turn.

  • Turn taking

yawning

  • termination

Identify the communicative strategy used: “I stand corrected. Mandarin is the world’s most spoken language not English."

  • Nomination
  • Restriction
  • Topic Control
  • Repair
  • Turn Taking

Choose the correct answer, based on the given question.Question: What communicative strategy is applied in the scenario: "When the speaker initiates a topic to be discussed within a group conversation."?

  • topic control
  • nomination
  • restriction
  • turn-taking

What I am trying to say is I am not ready to perform today in class.

  • Restriction
  • Repair
  • Turn-taking
  • Nomination

Identify the communicative strategy used: "I would like to talk about the vaccines available to prevent the worse effects of COVID-19."

  • Nomination
  • Repair
  • Topic Control
  • Topic Shifting
  • Restriction

This communicative strategy is also known as specific instructions. What is this?

  • Nomination
  • Turn-taking
  • Topic Shifting
  • Restriction

You use an alternative term (ship) to express the meaning of the target word (sail) as closely as possible.

  • Approximation

One of the biggest sources of misunderstandings and communication breakdown

  • language

__________ is a communicative strategy that simply presents a topic in a communication engagement. Your answer should be written in Capital letters

  • NOMINATION

introducing a new topic followed by the continuation of that topic

  • Topic shifting

refers to how speakers address the problems in speaking, listening, and comprehending that they may encounter in a conversation.

  • Repair

Fill in the blank with the needed information.Terminating a conversation can be done through either by sharing one's learning from it or by ______________________ from the other participants.

  • soliciting agreement
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