1) How many ways are there to communicate?
2) What is Verbal Communication?
a. Talking to someone
b. When someone is talking and someone else is listening
c. When more than one person is talking
d. Using verbal noises to show you are listening like uh huh'
e. All the above
3) If someone has a trouble speaking, for example had a stroke, what should you do?
a. Guess what they are trying to say
b. Give them paper so they can write it down
c. Teach them sign language
d. Allow them time to answer
e. Use other forms of communication
4) If you are speaking with someone who has a hearing impairment, what should you do?
a. Make sure you face them when you are talking
b. You should not be speaking to them, this is disrespectful as they cannot hear you
c. Give them paper and pen and write to each other
d. You should learn sign language to communicate with them
e. Just mouth the words as it is easier for them to read your lips
5) What is communication without words?
a. There is no communication without words
b. Nonverbal communication
d. Sign language
6) Which of the following is NOT a form of non-verbal communication?
Tone of voice
7) What are the two parts to communication?
a. There only needs to be one part, when someone says something
b. When someone says something, and the other person has understood
c. When someone says something, and the other person has replied
d. When someone says something while using nonverbal communication
e. There is four parts to communication
8) What needs to be complete for there to have been effective communication?
a. The persons sentence
b. The documentation
c. Both the sending and receiving of the message
d. The task that was asked of the person
e. An agreement
9) Scenario: You ask a coworker if they can help you with a client, they cross their arms and
roll their eyes but do not say anything. Have they communicated?
a. No, at this stage it is oneway communication
b. No, when they answer you they will have communicated back, completing twoway
c. No, but they are being rude
d. Yes, they have used nonverbal communication
e. Sort of, you wont really know until they answer though
10) Why are there rules about how to communicate?
a. There are no rules about how to communicate
b. Your workplace is just making sure it has full control over you
c. It is to make sure everyone understands each other
d. Your workplace is obliged to have a policy because of OSH
e. Some people are not very good at communicating
11. If a study uses language such as naturalistic, field study, case study, context, situational, constructivism, meaning, multiple realities, it has used a (a) Formal perspective (b) Qualitative perspective (c) Informal perspective (d) Quantitative perspective
12) When you are talking directly to a person and you can see them, this is called what?
a. Verbal contact
b. Face to face communication
e. Body language
13) How will you find out how you should answer the phone at your workplace?
a. You should not be answering the phone at your workplace
b. Listen to what the others say
c. Do what feels most comfortable
d. In the policies manual
e. There is no particular way to answer the phone as long as you are polite
14) When speaking on the phone, what type of communication is being used?
a. Verbal and tone of voice
b. Verbal and body language
d. Nonverbal communication
e. Face to face
15 )When speaking on the phone, you need to ensure you do not do what?
a. Break communication law
b. Break telephone contracts
c. Breach confidentiality
d. Hang up on someone
e. Speak any language other than English
16) Is text messaging an acceptable form of communication?
a. It is not formally classed as communication as communication involves talking
b. Yes, in certain circumstances
c. Ves, it should be the preferred choice when making arrangements
d. No, under no circumstances should you text for work reasons
e. Ves, also, by using emojis it can demonstrate the feelings you want to get across
17) Besides how to answer the phone, what else might be in the policy about communication?
a. Methods of communication are acceptable to use with a client
b. There are not really policies on communication
c. Why you should communicate
d. What not to say when communicating
e. Allof the above
18) How can a person correctly communicate?
b. Text message
e. All of the above
19) Which of the following is NOT an instance to use text messaging or Email?
a. To change an appointment time
b. To swap a shift
c. A reminder for an appointment
d. To quickly give test results
e. To let a client know you are running late
20) Who can give out information on the phone?
a. The care giver
b. The manager
c. The nurse
d. Allof the above
e. b and c
21) What should never be discussed on social media?
a. Workplace politics
b. Clients in the facility
c. How you feel about management
d. How much you dislike your job
e. All of the above