Test Answers on public speaking

Public Speaking 208

b Under the linear model, which of these would be considered a form of external interference? a. listeners losing focus and glancing around the room b. a loud fire truck passing by c. the speaker losing focus when distracted by other thoughts d. the audience decoding the meaning of the speaker’s message e. a large […]

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Public Speaking: Finding Your Voice Chapter 6 Finding Your Topic

discovery phase Identifying large topic areas that might generate successful speeches. exploration phase Examining large topic areas to pinpoint more-precise speech topics. refinement phase Framing the general and specific purposes of a speech topic and a thesis statement. brainstorming Technique that encourages the free play of the mind to generate a list of ideas for […]

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College Public Speaking Mid-Term

Public speaking skills will prevent you from entering the public conversation about social concerns False The circumstance that calls for public response is know as the rhetorical situaiton True Effective speaking and effective writing both require a sense of who the audience is True The first step in the speech making process is analyze the […]

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Public Speaking Final Chapter 4

False True or False: Having a well-defined purpose is not especially important in public speaking. False True or False:Where and when you are giving a speech has very little to do with selecting your topic. True True or False: Brainstorming for topic ideas should be done well before your speech date and should be done […]

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Public Speaking Test 3

persuasion the art of gaining fair and favorable consideration for our points of view 8 differences between persuasive and informative speeches 1) informative speeches reveal options, while persuasive speeches urge a choice among options 2) informative speakers act as teachers; persuaders act as advocates 3) informative speeches offer supporting material to illustrate points; persuasive speeches […]

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Prepared Public Speaking

_____ is a figure of speech that attributes human characteristics to animals, objects, or concepts. personification The arrangement of words into patterns so that the sound of the words together enhances the meaning of a phrase is called: rhythm _____ is a figure of speech that makes an explicit comparison of two things using the […]

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Public Speaking Final Chapter 6

false True or false:As you conduct your research, try to focus on one perspective in order to reinforce your assumptions. false True or false:Most search engines are able to access all of the websites on the Internet. True True or false:You should choose your keywords carefully and consider alternatives to your original choice in order […]

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Public Speaking quiz 3 Narrative Essay

True If you find a photo on a Web site and want to use it in a classroom speech, you can use it without asking permission from the Web site. False Although you can use notes if you need them, the most desirable technique for public speaking is to use no notes. False Speaking notes […]

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Public Speaking Unit 1-5

Which of the following is NOT a skill that employers are seeking in potential employees? Ability to plan parties Transforming ideas and thoughts into messages is called encoding. The purpose of an informative speech is to influence the attitudes, beliefs, values, or acts of others. False The medium through which the speaker sends a message […]

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public speaking chapter 6 review

T or F. As you conduct your research, try to focus on one perspective in order to reinforce your assumptions. false T or F. Most search engines are able to access all of the websites on the Internet. false T or F. You should choose your keywords carefully and consider alternatives to your original choice […]

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Full Public Speaking Review

Bias The predisposition toward a particular viewpoint. Boolean Operators Words and symbols that illustrate the relationship between search terms and help the search engine expand or limit results. Expert Testimony Testimony that comes from a recognized authority who has conducted extensive research on an issue. Interlibrary Loan The process of borrowing materials through one library […]

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Public Speaking Chapter 11-20

Why is a formal, full-sentence outline an indispensable tool of speech preparation/organization? -it provides a detailed, logical plan for a speech -it helps you keep track of the points you hope to cover -it increases the chances that your audience will understand your message Full sentence outline the thesis statement, the main points, and at […]

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Public Speaking Chapters 12 and 13

chronological pattern of arrangement AKA temporal pattern; follows the natural sequential order of the main points; to switch points around would make the arrangement appear unnatural and might confuse the audience; topics describe a series of events in time (this happened, then this, then this)or develop in line with a set pattern of actions or […]

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public speaking ch 14

Most speeches on questions of value do not ask the audience to take action, but instead focus on persuading the audience to believe a certain way. True Coercion is the word we use for persuasion outside of a public speaking situation. false One of the most effective organizational patterns for a speech on a question […]

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Virtual Public Speaking Quiz 2

question Public Speeches answer Public speeches typically address one of three general purposes: to inform, to persuade, or to mark a special occasion. question General Speech Purpose answer For any speech answers the question, ” Why am I speaking on this topic to this particular audience on this occasion?” The speech occasion often determines the […]

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public speaking jeopardy

question ethics answer The branch of philosophy that deals with issues of right and wrong in human affairs. question ethnocentrism answer The belief that one’s own group or culture is superior to all other groups or cultures. question three types of plagiarism answer Global- Stealing a speech entirely from a single source and passing it […]

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Guide To Public Speaking

question Those things a person accepts as plausible based on interpretation and judgment are called? answer Beliefs question Juan paid attention to the characteristics of his audience members and took care to keep them in mind during the whole speech-making process. This is an example of? answer Mindfulness question Which of the following is an […]

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Public Speaking – CA 110

question Smiles, head nods, eye contact, and clapping from audience members in response to you message are all forms of answer feedback question when you avoid telling the whole truth about a situation to avoid hurting another person you are telling a answer white lie question the _____ also referred to as the sender, is […]

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Fundamentals of Public Speaking Chapter 4

question True or False Having a well-defined purpose is not especially important in public speaking. answer False question True or False Where and when you are giving a speech has very little to do with selecting your topic. answer False question True or False Brainstorming for topic ideas should be done well before your speech […]

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Public Speaking Chapter 5

question Audience-centeredness answer Keeping the audience foremost in mind at every step of speech preparation and presentation. question Identification answer A process in which speakers seek to create a bond with the audience by emphasizing common values, goals, and experiences. question Egocentrism answer The tendency of people to be concerned above all with their own […]

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Invitational Public Speaking

question Civility answer Care and concern for others, the thoughtful use of words and language, and the flexibility to see the many sides of an issue question Intrapersonal Communication answer Communication with ourselves question Interpersonal Communication answer Communication with others question Encoding answer Translating ideas and feelings into words, sounds, and gestures. question Decoding answer […]

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