Listening/Speaking 5: Winter 2015 Name: ______________________________ Test #3: Chapters 5 & 6 Listen as your teacher reads five numbers out loud! Write ONLY the numbers that you hear: 1. ________________________ _______________________ 2. ________________________ _______________________ 3. ________________________ _______________________ 4. ________________________ _______________________ 5. ________________________ _______________________ Stress! Quiz Use your notes from the lecture “How to Deal with Stress” to answer the following questions. 1. TRUE FALSE The term “stress” was first used in the field of Anthropology. 2. TRUE FALSE “Eustress” is stress from good things like marriage, vacations, and personal achievements. 3. True False No one is immune to stress. 4. What is the definition of stress according to the lecture? a. b. c. d. Specific response to any unpleasant demand placed on the body Specific response to any demand placed on the body, pleasant or unpleasant Non-specific response to any demand placed on the body, pleasant or unpleasant Non-specific response to any unpleasant demand placed on the body 5. Who adapted the term “stress”? A. Ronald Reagan B. Dr. Betty White C. Hansel Gretel D. Dr. Hans Selye 6. What area of study did the term “stress” originally come from? 7. What are 3 of the stress signals that the lecturer mentioned? (There were more than 3 mentioned) a. – b. – c. – 8. What are the 5 ways to deal with stress appropriately? 7. What is the word used to describe positive stress? 8. True False Stress, in itself, is hazardous. 9. What is the lecturer’s attitude about stress? _____ a. It is important to avoid stress because it is always harmful _____ b. It is important to manage stress well. _____ c. People who do not have stress are lucky _____ d. People who manage stress well are lucky. Short Answer: Answer the following question with 5-7 complete sentences. (10 points) **Use at least 3 of the vocabulary words listed below in your response** hazardous inevitable immune monitor virtually 10. The person who adapted the word “stress” once said, “It’s not stress that kills us, but our reaction to it. Therefore, adopting the right attitude towards stress can convert a negative stress into a positive one.” Now, based on the quote above and what you learned in the lecture, what advice would you give to help a “stressed out” friend at school?