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COM 230 Lesson 4 Quiz

Mar 25,  2020

Total Scored 25 out of 25 , 100% 

Question
1 of 25
Getting to know each group member is not important when developing a discussion plan.

  • True
  • False


Question
2 of 25
"It's either vote for new school taxes or you will have to send your kids to the next county to be educated. "
This statement is an example of

  • bandwagon fallacy.
  • red herring fallacy.
  • either/or fallacy.
  • hasty generalization.


Question
3 of 25
A syllogism is a way of structuring an argument as a form of deductive reasoning to reach a logical conclusion.

  • True
  • False


Question
4 of 25
A question that asks about a course of action or a change in procedure or behavior is a question of fact.

  • True
  • False


Question
5 of 25
Which of the following is not one of the tests for evaluating evidence?

  • credibility  
  • fallacies
  • reliability
  • accuracy


Question
6 of 25
A question that asks whether something is good or bad or right or wrong is a question of value.

  • True 
  • False


Question
7 of 25
 As you develop a coordinated plan for the group you will be more effective and efficient if you 

  • focus on the purpose of the project.
  • encourage all members to participate.
  • establish a timeline for completion.
  • do all of the above.


Question
8 of 25
Content of a website should be evaluated in terms of  

  • accuracy.
  • formatting.
  • author's picture.
  • complementary colors.


Question
9 of 25
"Did the university officials violate the freshman-admissions policy last year?" is an example of a question of

  • fact.
  • prediction.
  • value.
  • policy.


Question
10 of 25
An agenda includes a list of topics or tasks to be discussed or completed in a meeting.

  • True
  • False


Question
11 of 25
Developing a discussion, a collaborative plan to accomplish work, results in higher- quality results.

  • True
  • False


Question
12 of 25
Sharing personal information in a group setting can establish a climate of

  • support.
  • defense.
  • empathy.
  • hierarchy.


Question
13 of 25
Deductive reasoning starts with a known claim or general belief, and from there determines what follows.

  • True
  • False


Question
14 of 25
"What should be done to curtail gang violence in the community?" is an example of a question of  

  • prediction.
  • fact.
  • policy.
  • value.


Question
15 of 25
Inductive reasoning is a method of reasoning for arriving at a broad inference through the use of specific instances or examples.

  • True
  • False


Question
16 of 25
Deductive reasoning contains only two parts, major premise and minor premise.

  • True
  • False


Question
17 of 25
Research in small group communication consistently shows that group members work better together when

  • people play similar roles.
  • the organization governs their choices.
  • they know a little bit about each other.
  • goals are flexible.


Question
18 of 25
Attacking the person is a fallacy that is also known as ad hominem, which is Latin for "to the man". 

  • True
  • False


Question
19 of 25
Before you start surfing the Internet for information, you should find out what you and your group members know about

  • small group communication.
  • political climate.
  • timeline
  • topic and issues.


Question
20 of 25
Group goals tend to boil down to all of the following EXCEPT

  • coming up with ideas to solve a problem.
  • deciding on the "how" for solving a problem.
  • voting on members in the group.
  • formulating an idea into action to solve a problem.


Question
21 of 25
A fallacy is reasoning that takes place when someone tries to persuade with adequate evidence or with discussions that are relevant and appropriate.

  • True
  • False


Question
22 of 25
Reasoning is the process of drawing information from conclusion.

  • True
  • False


Question
23 of 25
An advantage of group members sharing what they know is

  • more overall satisfaction with the group.
  • less clique behavior in the group.
  • more tension.
  • bypassing problem-solving techniques.


Question
24 of 25
A question that asks whether something is likely to occur under certain circumstances is a question of value.

  • True
  • False


Question
25 of 25
When the group starts to get off track, group members need to be pointed back to the

  • leader of the discussion.
  • central reason for the discussion.
  • bylaws of the meeting.
  • refreshment table.
     


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