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NAME: __________________________________________ STUDENT NO.

: _______________DATE: ________

I. ALTERNATIVE RESPONSE: Write, TRUE on the space provided if the statement is correct;
otherwise, write FALSE. (1 pt. each)
__________ 1. The speaker is the sole responsible for the communication process.
__________ 2. When we say communication, it involves only of the listening and speaking processes.
__________ 3. Breathy voice occurs in extreme excitement.
__________ 4. Voice intensity is the presence of feeling in tone
__________ 5. Listening and hearing are the same thing.
__________ 6. Hearing is the comprehension of aural symbol.
__________ 7. The size of one’s lungs is responsible for the quality of voice it creates.
__________ 8. We speak through a continuous pattern of changing pitch.
__________ 9. It is still called listening even without understanding the message sent.
__________ 10. Problem is an example of an internal noise.
II. IDENTIFICATION: On the space provided, write the word(s) being described in each
statement. (1 pt. each)
______________________ 1. It is the unique sound that everything makes.
______________________ 2. It is the combination of what you hear, what you understand, and what you
remember.
______________________ 3. It is the production of sound.
______________________ 4. It is the rate of time interval during which there is temporary stopping.
______________________ 5. It is a speed in speaking which indicates calmness, and lack of intelligence
if too much.
______________________ 6. It is a whisper-type of voice that creates an atmosphere of secrecy.
______________________ 7. It pertains to the loudness or softness of a person’s voice.
______________________ 8. It is often referred to as timbre or tone color.
______________________ 9. It is man’s most effective medium of communication.
______________________ 10. It is the sharing of ideas, feelings and thoughts from one mind to another.
______________________ 11. It is the reception of sound.
______________________ 12. It is the process of receiving, attending to and assigning meaning to aural
stimuli.
______________________ 13. It is the process in listening wherein the listener decides where to focus
his/her attention.
______________________ 14. It is a type of memory wherein one is able to recall information from past
experiences.
______________________ 15. It is a type of listener who thinks he can absorb information even without
interactions.
III. COMPLETION: Write on the space provided the appropriate word(s) that will complete each
statement. (2 pts. each)
Prepared by: Mr. Paulo Israel E. Kinds of Listening
Remullo Listening is a process in which the listener
understands the message. There are different kinds of listening; the first one is 1____________________, it
is simply listening for fun. Next is 2____________________, a kind of listening that one does during
lectures in class. The third is 3____________________, you do this when you want to analyze or evaluate
the message you receive; and the last is 4____________________, a kind of listening that enables one to
understand others by placing his/her self to someone else’s situation.
Factors Affecting Listening Process
As what Epictetus said, “We have one mouth and two ears, so that we can listen twice
as much as we speak.”
Even so, there are still factors that hinder us from listening effectively. One of which is
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____________________, it blocks listening so as understanding. It can be an unfamiliar language,
prejudices, 2____________________, 3____________________, 4____________________, 5____________________,
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____________________, 7____________________, 8____________________ and tuning out. Next is Noise. As
described by the dictionary, noise is a sound that is loud or unpleasant or that causes disturbance. In
listening, we have two (2) kinds of noise; first is 9____________________ and the other is
10
____________________. And the last factor is 11____________________, according to researches, man
typically forgets about 75% of what he heard throughout the day; and basically, it is because of our
memory. Memory has three (3) types namely: 12____________________, 13____________________ and
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____________________. It depends on how fast or sharp one recalls past information.
IV. SUPPLY: Write the appropriate letter in uppercase to each line to complete the missing word. (2 pts.
each)

_ _ _ _ _ as you listen. _ _ D _ _ _ _ A _ _ A _ _ E 3. each) A. SKETCH: Draw the complete process of the following. _ _ _ _ _ what you hear to yourself. (10 pts. Speech Communication B. Give _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _. Ways to Listen Better: Characteristics of a Good Voice: 1. 4. 1. C _ _ A _ 5. Listening . _ _ _ E _ R _ _ _ _ N _ _ _ N V. 3. _ _ R _ E _ 2. Use _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _. 5. 2. _ _ _ A S A _ _ 4. Take _ _ _ _ _.