Health: Communication
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by Missy Hora
| 14 Questions
Note from the author:
Health: Communication and Cyberbullying
1
1 pt
What are the 2 types of communication?
A Verbal and Non-Verbal
B Verbal and Singing
C Talking and Moving
D Gestures and Hand Signals
2
1 pt
Verbal Communication uses...
A gestures
B words
C facial expressions
D songs
3
1 pt
Non-Verbal Communication uses...
A gestures, singing, and face movements
B pictures and words
C eye movements and language
D gestures, facial expressions, and body language
4
1 pt
The purpose of any communication is to...
A tell a story.
B give directions.
C convey a message.
D help those that are lost.
5
1 pt
Cyberbullying is...
A the act of harassing someone online by sending or posting mean messages, usually anonymously
B calling someone names
C making fun of, spreading rumors about, or making someone feel bad
D physically harming another person
6
1 pt
Cyberbullying can...
A make a person feel uncomfortable.
B happen anytime, not just during school.
C harm a person's self-esteem.
D All of the Above
7
1 pt
Self-Esteem is...
A respect for animals
B respect for others
C respect for oneself; self-respect
D respect for your school
8
1 pt
What kind of message is, "You are an idiot!"?
A appropriate
B inappropriate
C unsure
9
1 pt
What kind of message is, "Did you finish your homework?"?
A appropriate
B inappropriate
C unsure
10
1 pt
What kind of message is, "I like your new haircut."?
A appropriate
B inappropriate
C unsure
11
1 pt
What kind of message is, "No one likes you!"?
A appropriate
B inappropriate
C unsure
D
12
1 pt
Who should you tell if someone is cyberbullying or bullying you?
A A friend
B Your parents
C A trusted adult
D All of the Above
13
1 pt
Cyberbullying can take place through...
A email
B online chats and various websites
C gaming
D All of the Above
14
1 pt
If you are being cyberbullied, you should...
A do nothing.
B respond and bully the person back.
C save and print bullying messages and tell an adult.
D scare the bully into stopping.
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