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COMMUNICATION SKILLS | CAT 1 AND 2 PAST PAPERS | DOWNLOAD

COMMUNICATION SKILLS | CAT 1 AND 2 PAST PAPERS | DOWNLOAD

MULTIPLE TRUE/FALSE QUESTIONS        

1.             Regarding Johari Window “Panes”

(i).   It shows each quadrant have the same sizeTRUE

(ii).In new teams the open free space for any team member is larger…FALSE

(iii). As the team member becomes better established and known, so the size of the team member's open free area quadrant increases…TRUE

(iv).  Can be changed in size to reflect the relevant proportions of each type of ‘knowledge’ TRUE ……

(v). It shows all quadrant the different size …FALSE…

 

2.            Concerning Four domains of EQ

(i).   Individual-Awareness…FALSE

(ii).Social Awareness…TRUE

(iii). Self- management…TRUE

(iv).  Public management…FALSE

(v). Relationship Management…TRUE….

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3.            With regards to key population;

(i).   The groups include prisoners, adolescents, street children and elderly. …FALSE

(ii).They have the most access to prevention, care, and treatment services. …TRUE

(iii). HIV prevalence is 14 times higher among people who inject drugs …FALSE

(iv).  Their behaviors are often stigmatized, and even criminalized. …FALSE

(v).   A prisoner is a person legally held in prison as a punishment for crimes they have committed or while awaiting trial. …TRUE

 

4.            With regards to  UNICEF, Life Skills is designed to address a balance of three areas:

(i).   Wider attribute FALSE

(ii).Knowledge TRUE.

(iii). Abilities FALSE

(iv).  Attitude TRUE

(v). Skills TRUE

 

 

MATCHING ITEMS

5.       A) Match the explanation from Column B with their corresponding core life skills terminology in Column A by writing the letter of the correct responses in the table provided

 

Column A

(i).   Empathy   

(ii).Teamwork      

(iii). Thinking Skills 

(iv).  Self-Awareness     

(v). Critical thinking   

 

Column B

  1. Recognizing and assessing factors influencing our attitude and behavior
  2. Initiate and maintain positive relationships and de -link unconstructive relationships.
  3. Able to express ourselves, both verbally and non-  verbally
  4. The ability to accept and understand others who are different from you
  5. Can help us to recognize when we are stressed or feel under pressure
  6. Problem Solving & Decision making skills
  7. Accepting responsibility for consequences of the decision with confidence
  8. The ability to cooperate include expressing respect for those around us

 

6. B) Match the terminology from Column B with their corresponding statement in Column A by writing the letter of the correct responses in the table provided

 

Column A

(i).    Help a receiver  to know about her or his performance

(ii).   Help to obtain information and it can be closing ended or open ended.

(iii). Nonverbal behaviors to improve active listening

(iv). It is a principle of receiving feedback

(v).   That is fully concentrating on what is being said rather than just passively, hearing message of the speaker.

 

 

Column B

A.                  Question

B.                  Tell how you fill about it.

C.                  Active listening

D.                  Feedback

E.                   Oral communication

F.                   Observation technique.

G.                  Empathize

H.                  Nodding in agreement.



 

SHORT ANSWER QUESTIONS                                                  

6.    Cigarette smoking is one among risk factors affecting adolescents ,Mention other five  (5) risk factors that affect child and adolescent health

Ø  Drug abuse

Ø  Alcohol consumption

Ø  Physical inactive

Ø  Unprotected sexual activities

Ø  Over weight

Ø  Chronic diseases

Ø  Poor diet nutrition

 

7.    Outline any  five  (5) areas that life skills can be used

Ø  Prevention of drug use

Ø  Sexual violence

Ø  Teenage pregnancy

Ø  HIV/AIDS prevention

Ø  Suicide prevention

 

8.    List four  (4) Examples of self-management skills

Ø  Self esteem

Ø  Self awareness

Ø  Self evaluation skills

Ø  The ability to set goals

 

9.    Outline any six (6) types of life skills

Ø  Problem solving

Ø  Inter personal relationship skills

Ø  Creative thinking

Ø  Self awareness

Ø  Decision making

Ø  Effective communication skills

Ø  Critical thinking

Ø  Building skills

Ø  Empathy

Ø  Coping with stress and emotions


10.  In P O W E R –M O D E L ,the word POWER means something in life skills .List all five (5) with its meaning i.e. P stand for what meaning etc.

Ø  Performance

Ø  Optimization

Ø  With

Ø  Enhanced

Ø  Risk

 

(i).        Outline any five (5) reasons why we need life skills

Ø  To develop a dynamic self-image and great self esteem

Ø  To improve the communication skills

Ø  To make relationship better and handle interpersonal problems

Ø  To boost our decision making ability

Ø  To help us to deal with challenges of everyday’s life

Ø  To become a well-adjusted individual

 

11.   Mention five (5) areas that life skills can be applied

Ø  In education

Ø  Sexual and reproductive health

Ø  HIV/AIDS

Ø  Violence prevention/ conflict resolution

Ø  Media literacy

Ø  Environmental issues

Ø  Career development

Ø  Marriage

Ø  Workplace

 

 

12.  You are assigned to Uhuru mchanganyiko primary school to give education on hygiene. Outline five (5) Challenges of communication in interacting with people with visual disability

Ø  Lack of training

Ø  Lack of writing machines

Ø  Slow in writing

Ø  Problem in their mobility

Ø   

 

 

GUIDED ESSAY QUESTIONS

 

13.   You are in the outpatient department and you receive a patient named Dorcas  who is a known patient with a hearing disability who comes to you without a companion, with regards to your face as a communication tool how are you going to establish effective communication with Dorcas?

1.       Face the patient, not their interpreter or carer.

2.       Remove any masks or face shields.

3.       Do not have anything between your lips.

4.       Have the light on your face rather than on the person you are talking to.

5.       Support your speech with facial expression.

6.       Develop a tolerance for silences

7.       Try not to panic when communicating with a person who has impaired speech.

8.       When signing, hold your hands up at chest level to enable both your face and hands to be clearly seen.

9.       Never finish a sentence for someone who is struggling with his or her speech

 

14.   As a junior Clinical Assistant to Musoma primary School, many teachers get trouble to tell the pupil about education based on life skills in their School. Explain the Outcomes of
Life Skills-Based Education
. (15 marks)

                    i.            Lessened violent behavior.

                  ii.            Impulse control and popularity.

                iii.            Sex education based on life skills was more effective in.

                iv.            Improved constructive conflict resolution with peers.

                  v.            Increased the ability to plan ahead.

                vi.            Increased acquisition of knowledge.

Improved self-image, self-awareness, social and emotional adjustment

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