12 NOV 2020 (Communication) 1st & 2nd Shift NTA UGC NET JRF Question paper, Answer key

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1. Given below are two statements, one is labelled Assertion (A) and the other is labelled Reason (R).

Assertion (A): Depending upon the classroom situation, some media of communication are more effective than others.
Reason (R): Selection of a medium is directly related to the nature of the message for students.
In the light of the above, choose the correct answer from the options given below:

1. Both A) and R) are true and R) is the correct explanation of A).
2. Both A) and R) are true but R) is not the correct explanation of A).
3. A) is true but R) is false.
4. A) is false, but R) is true.

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  Answer 1
Explanation: Medium or channel to communication should be chosen as per one’s requirement are many suit on one situation may not suitable in all situations
Therefore, in classroom teacher should consider more effective medium as per classroom situation
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2. Structured classroom communication can be categorized as:

1. Interpersonal communication.
2. Vertical communication.
3. Group communication.
4. Cross-purpose communication.

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  Answer 3
Explanation: Classrooms have group communication as they have particular contexts and themes at particular scaffolding (platform- classroom).
Group communication is an extension of Interpersonal communication done for particular reasons and having a platform to interact.
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3. For effective communication inside a classroom, a teacher should embark upon:

1. Ideological leanings.
2. Innuendos.
3. Issuing attention commands.
4. Listener analysis.

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  Answer 4
Explanation: Embark means to begin with, to understand firstly.
For effective communication, a teacher should understand the audience’s background.
> Innuendos are an indirect way or hint about somebody/something.
> Ideological leanings is to maintain a particular type of ideology or thinking.
> Issuing attention commands is Issuing instructions to pay heed or attention.
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4. Communication skills of students can be improved by:
a) Asking general questions.
b) Exposure to new technology.
c) Fostering critical thinking.
d) Discriminant use of vocabulary.
e) Limited listening.
Choose the most appropriate answer from the options given below:

1. a), b) and c)
2. b), c) and d)
3. c), d) and e)
4. a), d) and e)

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  Answer 2
Explanation: > Exposure to new technology helps to upgrade skills.
> Fostering means to encourage, critical thinking helps to make correct decisions.
> Selective exposure or Discriminant use of vocabulary is very important to select best among many alternatives for best results.
> Limited listening makes a person restricted.
> Non verbal cues or hints helps learners to understand attitude, to connect emotions, to understand depth of a particular topic when teacher smiles it conveys friendliness, acceptance and openness, when teacher becomes silent then learner should know that they should be active now and not engage in irrelevant tasks.
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5. When the classroom communication is circular, the teacher-encoder will be a/an:

1. Active decoder
2. Passive observer
3. Negative receiver
4. Restive coder

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  Answer 1
Explanation: Under circular communication, both the teacher and the students are active and interchange positions like the teacher becomes the receiver while listening to the learner’s feedback.
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6. Successful communication inside the classroom depends upon:
a) Detailed and long description of the topic.
b) Describing the theme.
c) Use of persuasive words and phrases.
d) Clarity in explanations offered.
e) Repetitive anecdotes.
f) Unstructured delivery of message.
Choose the correct option from those below:

1. a), b) and c) only
2. b), c) and d) only
3. c), d) and e) only
4. d), e) and f) only

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  Answer 2
Explanation: > Long description of the topic makes communication boring.
> Repetitive anecdotes means explaining the same in story way again and again will also become monotonous.
> Messages should be structured to make sense.
> If we describe a theme or central idea it will help to concentrate on the same.
> Use of persuasive means motivational words and phrases increase desire to know.
> Explanations must be clear and precise.
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7. Assertion (A): While communicating with students, a teacher should go beyond what is prescribed.
Reason (R): Non-verbal cues definitely convey what is intended by the teacher.
In the light of the above two statements, choose the correct option from those given below.

1. Both A) and R) are true, and R) is the correct explanation of A).
2. Both A) and R) are true but R) is NOT the correct explanation of A).
3. A) is true, but R) is false.
4. A) is false, but R) is true.

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  Answer 2
Explanation: To go beyond what is prescribed means to explain more than just syllabus, it helps in understanding and relating topics in an elaborate manner.
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8. Communication begins usually with:

1. Confused ideas.
2. Semantic noise.
3. Apprehension.
4. Pictures in the mind.

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  Answer 4
Explanation: > When a new topic or idea is introduced then it is symbolic or pictorial.
> When the teacher explains it then learners start understanding semantically.
> Here all other options are negative.
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9. Semantic noise in classroom communication can be limited by avoiding the use of:

1. Dialogues
2. Cliched jargon
3. Non verbal cues
4. Multimedia

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  Answer 2
Explanation: > Cliched jargon means those trends which becomes boring after some time, they have no sense like an advertisement: Kya chal raha hai – everyone just replies “Fogg”.
Now it does not have the same trigger as it did before.
> These should be avoided in the classroom.
> All other options are good for effective communication.
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10. Communicated message is considered as a/an:

1. Social product
2. Unnatural product
3. Spin-off product
4. Techno product

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  Answer 1
Explanation: > Messages are communicated to the audience as interactive or group or mass
communication to socialise with each other about a particular theme therefore it is a social product.
> Unnatural and spin off are negative.
> spin off means acting as an independent or different entity.
> Not all types of communicated messages are technology driven.
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