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NATIONAL OPEN UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA
University Village, Nnamdi Azikiwe Expressway, Plot 91, Cadastral Zone, Jabi, Abuja
Faculty of Agricultural Sciences, Dept. of Agricultural Economics and Extension,
PoP Examination Questions, October/November, 2019
Programme: Agricultural Extension and Management
Course Title: COMMUNICATION AND AUDIO-VISUAL TECHNIQUES
Course Code: ARD 304
Credit Unit: 2
Total Score: 70 Marks
Time Allowed: 2 Hours
INSTRUCTION: Answer question 1 compulsory; (25 marks) and any other 3 questions (15 marks each).
1a. What do you understand by the following terms: (8 marks)
i. Probing (2marks)
ii. Non-verbal communication (2marks)
iii. Perception differences (2marks)
iv. Open questions (2marks)
b. i. Distinguish between dialogical and monological communication (3marks)
ii. State four (4) habits that prevent listening well. (4marks)
c. In a logical order, explain the process of communication (10marks)
2 a. i. What is communication? (2marks)
ii. State the three (3) types of dyadic communication (3marks)
b. List and explain any five (5) principles of effective communication (10marks)
3 a. List and explain five (5) types of Folk indigenous channels of communication used to
disseminate information in your locality.(10marks)
b. i. Highlight any three (3) functions of a good Communicator (3marks)
ii. State at least two (2) major constraints faced by the message sender (2marks)
4 a. Explain what you understand by, ‘message treatment’ (5marks)
b. What are the five (5) attributes of innovation? (10marks)
5 a. Outline five (5) uses of training materials in extension work? (5marks).
b. List and explain the five (5) basic kinds of images that can be used for training (10marks).
6 a. State five (5) educational uses of Television (5marks).
b. Briefly discuss any five (5) guidelines for preparing a video (10marks)