Academic Vocabulary #2: Question Preview (ID: 15579)


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The definition of protocol is...
a) rules and customs of a group; or standard procedures. b) An agreement reached between to opposing sides. c) to state a fact d) rules for good behaviors and manners.
The definition of an active listener is...
a) using your ears, eyes, head and heart to hear what a person is saying. b) a tendancy to mentally lean in a certain direction. c) the act of finding fault d) that which proves or disproves something
When stating evidence, it must be ______________ ; never use an opinion as evidence.
a) objective b) subjective c) biased d) criticism
The teacher was ____________ toward her class's project; she thought it was the best.
a) biased b) ambiguous c) relevant d) argumentative
When choosing evidence to support a claim, the information must be _____________ to the topic.
a) relevant b) biased c) subjective d) ambiguous
When stating your claim and evidence, you must be very specific with your facts so that there is no _____________.
a) ambiguity b) relevancy c) influence d) protocol
What is the meaning of active listening?
a) using your eyes, ears, heart and brain to hear what a person is saying b) rules of conduct for a group for what is right and wrong c) rules for good behaviors and manners d)
What does protocol mean?
a) rules and customs of a group; or standard procedures to be followed b) using your eyes, ears, heart and brain to hear what a person is saying c) rules for good behaviors and manners d) rules of conduct for a group for what is right and wrong
What does compromise mean?
a) an agreement reached between two opposing sides b) rules for good behaviors and manners c) to give a reason or to explain an idea d) the act of finding fault
What does the word etiquette mean?
a) rules for good behaviors and manners b) rules and customs of a group; or standard procedures to be followed c) using your eyes, ears, heart and brain to hear what a person is saying d) rules of conduct for a group for what is right and wrong
The definition of claim is...
a) to state a fact b) that which proves or disproves something c) to give a readon or explain an idea d) used when you want to make a good impressionon people in respected positions
The definition of evidence is...
a) that which proves or disproves something b) to state a fact c) rules of good behavior or manners d) the act of finding fault
The definition of compromise is...
a) an agreement reached between two opposing sides b) rules for good behavior and manners c) rules and customs of a group; or standard procedures d) that which proves or disproves something
The definition of etiquette is...
a) rules of good behavior and manners b) rules and customs or a group; or standard procedures c) the act of finding fault d) rules of conduct for group or what is right and wrong
The definition of claim is ...
a) to state a fact b) that which proves or disproves something c) an agreement reached between two opposing sides d) the act of using another author's word as one's own
The definition of evidence is...
a) that which proves or disproves something b) stating opinions using facts or reasons to back them up. c) to state a fact d) rules for good behavior and manners
The definition of argumentation is...
a) stating opinions using facts or reasons to back them up. b) something based on personal opinion c) the act of finding fault d) used when you want to make a good impression on people in respected positions
The definition of criticism is...
a) the act of finding fault b) something based on fact without bias c) to give a reason or to explain an idea d) closely connected or appropriate to the matter at hand
The definition of relevant is...
a) closely connected or appropriate to the matater at hand. b) a tendancy to mentally lean in a certain direction c) something that is unclear d) to give a reason or explain an idea
The definition of ambiguous is...
a) something that is unclear b) something that is based on personal opinion c) something that is based on fact without bias d) an agreement reached between two opposing sides
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