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Questões aulas 1 a 10 Seminários em Língua Inglesa

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           Questão
	
	
	One can say we live in society interacting with people because humans have:
		
	
	discourse
	 
	language
	
	tongue
	
	mother tongue
	
	alphabet
	Respondido em 06/10/2020 19:52:59
	
	
	 
		2
           Questão
	
	
	The word Communication comes from the Latin word Communicare, which means →share¿,→share¿,to become common¿. So, in order to communicate with a formal audience, the speaker should:
		
	
	Use whatever language he/she wants.
	
	Use slangs.
	
	Use the everyday language.
	 
	Use formal language.
	
	Use informal language.
	Respondido em 06/10/2020 19:53:18
	
	
	 
		3
           Questão
	
	
	Regarding posture, what should be avoided?
		
	 
	Putting one¿s hands into one¿s pockets.
	
	Standing erect and addressing your whole audience.
	
	Looking confident and serious, but not much.
	
	Using a few gestures.
	
	Moving around.
	Respondido em 06/10/2020 19:53:59
	
	
	 
		4
           Questão
	
	
	"It is also known as body language. It is the sending of messages through facial expressions, gestures and body movements". The previous information can be related to:
		
	
	Formal language
	
	Register
	 
	Non-verbal communication
	
	Verbal communication
	
	Informal language
	Respondido em 06/10/2020 19:54:42
	
	
	 
		5
           Questão
	
	
	Communication is an inherent human need, just like the need for food or shelter. It is through communication that humans are able to act and interact in their social world. It is possible because humans have:
		
	
	discourse
	
	text
	 
	language
	
	alphabet
	
	mother tongue
	Respondido em 06/10/2020 19:55:38
	
		
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		6
           Questão
	
	
	Read the text below:
(1) _________________ is colorful and full of intrigue. A shrug of the shoulders and a roll of the eyes allows us to say, ''I don't like you,'' without uttering a single word. Better yet, a warm smile and an outstretched hand says, ''I'm so glad to see you.''
In every personal encounter, we send and receive (2) ___________________ cues whether we realize it or not. The first, and most obvious, clue to (3) ______________________ is a person's facial expressions.
Even though we only have one face, it can exhibit a wealth of expressions. From a half smile, to a full-blown smirk, to a casual eye shift, our facial expressions demonstrate a range of emotions. (Adapted from: www.yourdictionay.com)
► Which of the items below fill is blanks (1), (2) and (3) adequately?
		
	
	Pantomime Language
	 
	Nonverbal Communication
	
	Sign Language
	
	Verbal Communication
	
	Oral Communication
	Respondido em 06/10/2020 20:04:14
	
Explicação:
Nonverbal communication refers to gestures, facial expressions, tone of voice, eye contact (or lack thereof), body language, posture, and other ways people can communicate without using language.
	
	
	 
		7
           Questão
	
	
	We understand that communication is a comprehensive interchange of meaning between individuals, through symbols. It means that communication is only possible if wwe have, at least:
		
	
	a small group of people
	
	three people
	 
	two people
	
	any person
	
	one person
	Respondido em 06/10/2020 20:08:59
	
	
	 
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           Questão
	
	
	In the Business Dictionary, we find the following definition of __________________:
 
Two-way process of reaching mutual understanding, in which participants not only exchange (encode-decode) information, news, ideas and feelings but also create and share meaning. In general, communication is a means of connecting people or places.
This definition refers to:
		
	
	speech
	
	discourse
	
	text
	
	language
	 
	communication
		1
           Questão
	
	
	► The advantage of presenting a seminar individually is that (choose the right option):
		
	
	there´s going to be a lot of exchange between all the group members and it might lead you to think about things you might not have thought
	
	the preparation requires both group and individual work.
	
	when it is a group seminar, the presentation might be quite inconsistent, especially if the group members did not meet before and have not agreed upon what each person has to do and in what order
	 
	you will be the only person responsible for the entire presentation and you will not have to worry about your partners' performance.
	
	it can be very tiring for one person to present the whole topic by him/herself.
	Respondido em 07/10/2020 22:21:44
	
	
	 
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           Questão
	
	
	In order to guarantee a productive research and optimize the presentation of a seminar, there are some steps that need to be followed. One of this steps is:
		
	
	the word seminarium, comes from the also Latin word semen which means seed.
	
	The word seminar comes from the Latin word seminarium, which means nursery.
	 
	The preparation for a seminar presentation begins a long time before the day of the presentation itself.
	
	is a property which is exclusive to mankind. It makes use of the written or spoken language and is more complex than the non-verbal communication
	
	as long as each person knows what his/her responsibilities are, it¿s ok not to have meetings.
	Respondido em 07/10/2020 22:23:04
	
	
	 
		3
           Questão
	
	
	The disadvantage of presenting a seminar individually is that:
		
	
	is the funniest way for knowing people.
	
	is a property which is exclusive to mankind. It makes use of the written or spoken language and is more complex than the non-verbal communication
	
	you will be the only person responsible for the entire presentation and you will not have to worry about your partners¿ performance.
	
	that there¿s going to be a lot of exchange between all the group members and it might lead you to think about things you might not have thought and have ideas you might not have had if you were working by yourself
	 
	it can be very tiring for one person to present the whole topic by him/herself.
	Respondido em 07/10/2020 22:26:34
	
		
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		4
           Questão
	
	
	Why is it important to follow all the stages of a presentation?
		
	
	it¿s ok to have only meeting before the presentation, there usually isn¿t much to do.
	
	as long as each person knows what his/her responsibilities are, it¿s ok not to have meetings.
	 
	to avoid the risk of not knowing what to do next during the seminar.
	
	there¿s going to be a lot of exchange between all the group members and it might lead you to think about things you might not have thought
	
	it can be very tiring for one person to present the whole topic by him/herself.
	Respondido em 07/10/2020 22:24:46
	
	
	 
		5
           Questão
	
	
	Read the text below:
A (1) ___________ is a speech read or delivered before an audience or class, especially for instruction or to set forth some subject. For example: a (2) _____________ on Picasso's paintings. (3) A ____________ is generally delivered to much larger groups of students - whole subject year groups, sometimes, perhaps 150 students. If a (4) ______________ is, say, on Dickens, it might contain bits of his life history, dates, contemporary reception of his work by critics and readers, an overview of his career, themes on which he concentrated, critics who have written on him, and how he is now received. A (5) _____________ is when a professor or teacher stands in front of a large class and just gives the information that is required by the students.
► Based on the information presented in the text, which of the items below fillls in blanks (1), (2), (3), (4) and (5) adequately?
		
	
	Class discussion
	
	Evaluation
	 
	Seminar
	
	Assessment
	 
	Lecture
	Respondido em 07/10/2020 22:28:18
	
Explicação:
A lecture is a formal talk on a serious subject given by professors to a group of people, especially students.
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