Type
Crossword
Description

Message fully received and understood Roger
Short form of do you read me Copy
Confirmation of instructions Message received
Unable to respond K0
Assistance required K11
On route to event K1
Name of routine end message Stop message
What's happening at the event Sit rep
Radio term for yes Affirmative
Phonetic word for the letter B Bravo

Communication Skills Review Sheet Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Communication that involves how a person carries themselves. Body Language
Communication that shows attention to a person sending a message. Eye Contact
Communication that involves speaking or saying a message. Verbal
Waving at someone to say "Hello" is an example of ________Commuication. Gesture
A skill required to make the pathway of communication complete. Listening
The process of sending and receiving a message. Communication
Posters, Signs, colors, images, objects are examples of ____________Communication. Visual
Message barrier where the recipient is distracted or not paying attention. Inattention
Communication barrier that involves sending a message in a confusing way. Poor Expression
Communication barrier where recipient predetermines the full message before completion. Premature evaluation
Letting feelings and thoughts effect how a message is presented. Emotion
Contradiction to a message. "Sitting there running" Inconstistancy
Being born with a mouth disease that makes speaking difficult. Physical
Starting a message without engaging the listener first. Insufficientwarning
Not responding to text may create a ________barrier. Lackoffeedback
Barrier where external factors affect a message. Interference
Being afraid that you will be judged for expressing your opinion. Insecurity

Nervous System Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Main organ of the Nervous System Brain
Thin layer that protects the brain Membrane
Another word for skull Cranium
Type of spinal nerve Sacral
Connects the brain to the nerves in the whole body spinal cord
Long fibers that lead to all parts of the body from the spinal cord Nerves
A sensory receptor for the nose Smell
Type of sensory organ that allows you to see Eyes
The gap between the axon of one cell and the dendrit of another cell Synapse
Long fibers that carry messages away from the cell body axon
Branching fibers that bring messages toward the cell body Dendrite
Examples are: Brain, Spinal Cord, Nerves, Neurons organ
Specialized structures that respond to sensory stimuli receptors
A type of sensory receptor that lets you feel temperature cold
Chemical _____ carry messages across the synapse neurotransmitters
Nerves resemble these fibers
Sensory organ that allows you to hear ears
A function of the nervous system - to receive ___ from the environment stimuli
The brain sends instructions to glands to release these hormones
The brain sends instructions to these muscles

Communication Cross Word

Type
Crossword
Description

Used to transmit the message from sender to reveiver Channel
Process for exchanging ideas and creating meaning Communication
Time or place where communication occur Context
The idea the sender is trying to communicate to the receiver Message
The response the receiver gives to the sender Feedback
The one who initiates the message Sender
The target of the message Recevier
Uses technology to bring the same message to large groups of people Mass Media
Anything that blocks the message or feedback from being received Interference
Public speaking Person to Group
Process of turning ideas into messages encoding
Two or more people actively participate in exchanging messages Interpersonal
Receiver translate the words and gestures into meanings Decoding
Communication within our self Intrapersonal

PHONETIC ALPHABET Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

ZULU
YANKEE
XRAY
WHISKEY
VICTOR
UNIFORM
TANGO
SIERRA
ROMEO
QUEBEC
PAPA
OSCAR
NOVEMBER
MIKE
LIMA
KILO
HOTEL
INDIA
JULIET
GOLF
FOXTROT
ECHO
DELTA
CHARLIE
BRAVO
ALPHA

Email Basics Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

List of names and e-mail addresses, created and stored by a user. Also called contacts folder. Address Book
Allows you to email two or more people without anyone being able to see the person who was the included in the sent email. It protects the identity/email address of all parties to the email. Blind Carbon Copy
Sends a message to additional recipients. All parties can see who is receiving the message. Carbon Copy
Send an exact copy of the e-mail to another person. The original sender of the message may not be aware that the message is being sent to another party Forward
Send an e-mail in response to an e-mail you have received. Reply
Send an e-mail to a group of people in response to an e-mail you have received. Reply to All
A heading at the top of an e-mail that identifies what the e-mail is about. Subject
A file added to an e-mail and sent along with it. Attachment
A group of email addresses saved to make it easier to send a message to everyone in the group via the group name. Mailing List
Abbreviation for Blind Carbon Copy BCC
Abbreviation for Carbon Copy CC
An email that has been started but not sent. Draft
A folder that houses deleted emails and cleans itself out every 30 days. Trash
A type of email pretending to be from a bank or trusted source in order to steal your personal information. Might be an offer saying free tickets, or collect your winnings. Phishing
Another word for Spam Mail Junk

Computer Terms Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

is the ability to use information and communication technologies to find, evaluate, create, and communicate information, requiring both cognitive and technical skills Digital Literacy
a computer designed for use by one person at a time. Personal Computer
is the collection of physical parts of a computer system. Hardware
is a generic term for organized collections of computer data and instructions Software
one of the most essential parts of a computer system. Motherboard
A central processing unit CPU
refers to the copying and archiving of computer data so it may be used to restore the original after a data loss event. Back Up
The primary computer storage device, which spins, reads and writes one or more fixed disk platters. Hard Drive
Short for digital versatile disc or digital video disc DVD
a device or program that enables a computer to transmit data over Modem
a widely used sans-serif typeface developed in 1957 by Swiss typeface designer Max Miedinger Helvetica
Universal Serial Bus USB
The global communication network that allows almost all computers worldwide to connect and exchange information. Internet
providing a common topic identifier in text and chat messages so they can be searched as a group. Commonly used in tweets hashtag
connects to the motherboard of a computer system and generates output images to display. Video Card

Internet Safety Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

controlled by or connected to another computer or network online
working surface of a desk desktop
legal right given to an originator to print, publish, perform, film, or record the originator's work. copyright
any message passed through digital devices. digital communication
where computer networkers where users can communicate. chat room
regularly updated website or web page, typically one run by an individual or small group blog
capable of copying itself and destroying data. virus
electronic communication used to bully a person or a group of people. cyberbullying
applications that enable users to create and share content or to participate in social networking. social media
set of rules you should follow in order to make the internet better for others, and better for you. digital etiquette
acquisition and use of a person's private identifying information identity theft
A hostile, strongly worded message that may contain obscene language. flame
specific features or software that parents manage the online activities of children parental control
any device used to communicate provocative messages and/or sexual images sexting
A program, or set of instructions, that runs on a computer. software

Chapter 1 outsiders Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

buy or obtain (an object or asset) for oneself. acquired
unpleasantly damp and sticky or slimy to touch. clammy
loss of reputation or respect, especially as the result of a dishonorable action. disgrace
in a careful or cautious manner. gingerly
giving out or reflecting a strong or dazzling light. glaring
used when a person has something more to say, or is about to add a remark unconnected to the current subject; by the way. incidentally
unwilling or unable to believe something. incredulous
in a way that is too attractive and tempting to be resisted. irresistibly
in a casually calm and relaxed manner. nonchalantly
the state or quality of being rare. rarities
(of a person or their actions) without thinking or caring about the consequences of an action. reckless
pertaining to, characteristic of, or acting like a rogue; knavish or rascally roguishly
in a profoundly wise manner. sagely
in an ironic way intended to mock or convey contempt. saracastically
quick to detect or respond to slight changes, signals, or influences. sensitive
(chiefly of a plant or animal structure) having a stalk or main stem. stalked
(of a person) broad and sturdily built. stocky
feeling, showing, or expressing sympathy. sympathetic
incapable of being fully explored or understood. unfathomable

Communication Skills Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Something you want to convey to another person Message
Person wanting to convey the message Sender
The person for whom the message is intended Receiver
Something we do to show we are interested in the message facial expressions
Something that gets in the way of the message being received Noise
How we know the message has been understood Feedback
Speaking when someone is talking Interrupt
The channel used to transmit a message Medium
Face to Face meetings; Email; Letters; Telephone: Examples of communication ____________. Channels
An important element in all communications. Listening

Introduction to Professional Communication Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

a courteous, conscientious and generally businesslike manner in the workplace Professional
establishing and maintaining a relationship between an organization and the public Public Relations
a paid communication which attempts to influence opinion Advertising
process of planning, pricing, promoting, selling and distributing goods or services which help to satisfy a market's needs and wants Marketing
the receiver hears only the content and not the feeling of the message Deliberative Listening
listening for pleasure or recreation Appreciative Listening
used to enhance, participate and understanding a relationship Empathetic listening
when the receiver pretends to listen but is thinking of other occurrences False Listening
receiver is physically hearing the words , but choosing not to acknowledge the words Selective Listening
listening to another person with the best intent but then becoming distracted Partial Listening
paying close attention to what is being said in order to fully understand the message Full Listening
truly understanding a message when the mind is quiet and free of distractions Deep Listening
is a formal meeting where a person is asked to communicate skills, experiences and interests interview
act of expressing thoughts through words Verbal communication
postures, facial gestures and expressions sometimes done unintentionally Non verbal communication
gathering of people to exchange information, ideas and suggestions on a specific subject t Group discussion
ways to communicate and present ideas and information to an audience for a specific purpose Presentations
act of analyzing, evaluating or judging Criticism
generally accepted behaviors or manners required in social relations, a profession or in life Etiquette
unfair treatment of people on the basis of characteristics Discrimination