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Communication Skills and Public Speaking Questions - All Grades

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Grade 2 Communication Skills and Public Speaking
Which of the following is a conflict stopper?
  1. tell how you feel
  2. acting bossy
  3. spreading rumors
  4. teasing
Grade 2 Communication Skills and Public Speaking
Grade 2 Communication Skills and Public Speaking
Grade 2 Communication Skills and Public Speaking
Kelly runs over to Gina at recess and says someone is calling her names. What should Gina do?
  1. spread rumors
  2. tell the principal immediately
  3. get the facts
  4. interrupt her
Grade 9 Communication Skills and Public Speaking
Grade 1 Communication Skills and Public Speaking
What is NOT a good way to solve a conflict?
  1. Talk it out.
  2. Listen to the other person's thoughts and feelings.
  3. Tell the person you are not their friend anymore.
Grade 1 Communication Skills and Public Speaking
If you are not getting along with someone you should                        .
  1. talk about the problem.
  2. yell at each other.
  3. call each other names.
Grade 7 Communication Skills and Public Speaking
Grade 1 Communication Skills and Public Speaking
What does fair mean?
  1. Everyone getting the same things.
  2. Everyone getting what they need.
Grade 1 Communication Skills and Public Speaking
If you see someone hit another student what should you do?
  1. Laugh at the kid.
  2. Ignore what is happening.
  3. Tell a grown up.
Grade 1 Communication Skills and Public Speaking
Grade 9 Communication Skills and Public Speaking
When giving a speaking presentation, which is NOT acceptable?
  1. speaking slowly and clearly
  2. making eye contact with the audience
  3. chewing gum or blowing bubbles
  4. exhibiting confidence
Grade 6 Communication Skills and Public Speaking
Grade 4 Communication Skills and Public Speaking
Grade 9 Communication Skills and Public Speaking
Grade 1 Communication Skills and Public Speaking
What is the best way to avoid a bully at recess?
  1. Hang out with other kids and ignore the bully.
  2. Stay indoors when everyone else goes outside.
  3. Push the bully and tell him or her to go away.
Grade 6 Communication Skills and Public Speaking
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