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Evaluating Spoken Texts

Quiz by Cyril Santos

Grade 10
Philippines Curriculum: Grades K-10 (MELC)

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  • Q1

    Which is NOT an example of a spoken text?

    a TED talk

    a news report on TV

    an argumentative essay

    a vlog

  • Q2

    If you are going to comment on the fluency of a person speaking, you are going to focus on ______________. 

    correctness of the speaker's ideas

    emotions as the speaker speaks

    movements of the body as he/she talks

    correct way of pronouncing words

  • Q3

    What is tone in speaking?

    It is the emotions felt by the audience after listening to a speaker.

    It is the feelings of the speaker expressed thru voice.

    It is the actions or gestures of a speaker.

    It is the highness or lowness of a person’s voice.

  • Q4

    There is cohesion in a speaker if ______________. 

    the audience can relate to what the speaker is saying

    the speaker uses a combination of different media (ex. music, PowerPoint slides) in his/her presentation

    the speaker’s ideas are all connected to one another

    the speaker speaks in a clear voice

  • Q5

    When can you  say that the ideas in a spoken text are correct?

    If the ideas of the speaker are supported by facts, observations, or real-life experiences.

    If the ideas are all connected to each other.

    If the speaker is very confident in his/her presentation.

    If the speaker is a professional (example: a doctor or a professor) or expert in the topic.


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