1. Using the central point of the classroom communication as the beginning of a dynamic pattern of ideas is referred to as:
(A) Systemisation
(B) Problem – orientation
(C) Idea protocol
(D) Mind mapping

2. Aspects of the voice, other than the speech are known as:
(A) Physical language
(B) Personal language
(C) Para language
(D) Delivery language

3. Every type of communication is affected by its:
(A) Reception
(B) Transmission
(C) Non-regulation
(D) Context

4. Attitudes, actions and appearances in the context of classroom communication are considered as:
(A) Verbal
(B) Non-verbal
(C) Impersonal
(D) Irrational

5. Most often, the teacher - student communication is:
(A) Spurious
(B) Critical
(C) Utilitarian
(D) Confrontational

6. In a classroom, a communicator’s trust level is determined by:
(A) the use of hyperbole
(B) the change of voice level
(C) the use of abstract concepts
(D) eye contact