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Speech chapter 5

question ___________ is a method of generating ideas for speech topics by free association of words and ideas. answer Brainstorming question When your general purpose is to ____________, you act as a teacher or lecturer. answer inform question When you want to change or structure the attitudes of your audience, your general purpose is to […]

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Speech Final – Flashcards with Answers

question It’s a psychologically based perception answer Which statement correctly reflects your books definition of gender? question Individuals strive for their own achievement answer Characteristic of an individualistic culture question Group achievements is valued over individual achievement answer characteristic of a collectivistic culture question There are clear lines of authority in who reports to whom […]

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TCU Speech Exam 3 Martinez

question 1. Having strong ______________ ties with friends, neighbors, co-workers, and others improves the quality of our life in multiple ways. answer Social question 2. Which theory says that each of us is born with a drive to seek, form, maintain, and protect strong social relationships? answer Need to belong theory question Which statement is […]

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Speech Final Exam Review 2

question 1. As we improve our public speaking skills and learn to evaluate other speeches we can also develop: answer Civic Literacy question 2. Which does NOT explain the idea of deliberating in good faith answer As a speaker you are responsible for persuading your audience. question 3. Not giving credit when you present another […]

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Skincare Demonstration Speech

question Introduction: When we think about vital and important organs, we often think of the heart or the brain–but we often overlook the equally important and the largest organ on our body–our skin. Picture this: adults on average carry 8 pounds (that’s 22 square feet!) of skin. answer question Clarification Step: Taking care of our […]

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Gap Years Persuasive Speech

question INTRO -Has anyone ever heard of a gap year? CLICK -A gap year is a period of time a student takes off of school, usually lasting no longer than a year. -While is it fairly uncommon for American students, gap years are very popular among many European and Australian students. -This time away from […]

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Isaac Newton Speech

question I did my research on Sir Isaac Newton. Isaac Newton was born on January 4, 1643, in Lincolnshire England. answer question Isaac was born premature and wasn’t expected to live much longer after being born. 3 months before being born, his father, also named Isaac Newton, died. This left Newton to be raised by […]

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Speech final review Rothrock Online Weatherford College

question 1. Define and analyze the problem 2. Eztablish criteria for evaluating solutions 3. Identify possible solutions 4. Evaluate solutions 5. Select the best solution 6. Test selected solution answer Six steps of the problem solving sequence (in order) question Symposium answer A small group format and which each member of the group delivers a […]

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English Vocabulary From Webster`s New World College

question Achilles’ heel answer n. one’s vulnerable or susceptible spot question stentorian answer adj. very loud question mnemonic answer adj. 1 helping or meant to help the memory 2 of mnemonics or the memoryn. any of the formulas used in mnemonics to improve the memory question fathom answer n. a unit of length used to […]

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Free Speech – Public College Campuses

question Speech Codes answer – Policies that officially banned \”hate speech\” expression, based either on content or viewpoint – Use Chaplinsky v. NH asbackbone question Uni. of CT Speech Code answer – Struck down by Federal court – Too far–made \”inappropriately directed laughter\” and \”conspicuous exclusion from conversations and/or classroom discussions\” violations question Uni. of […]

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College speech midterm

question ethnocentrism answer the tendency of any nation, race, religion, or group to believe that its way of looking at and doing things is right ant that other perspectives have less value. question stereotypes answer generalized pictures of a race, gender, or group that supposedly represent its essential characteristics question source answer the originator of […]

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College Speech Class Chapter 1

question Intrapersonal answer communication with yourself question interpersonal answer communication between 2 people question group answer communication involving 3 or more people interacting with and influencing one another. question public answer communication in which one person speaks face to face with an audience. question Mass answer Communication with audience not face to face. Method of […]

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Chapter 3 speech quiz

question Language answer A collection of symbols letters, or words with arbitrary meanings that are governed by rules and used to communicate question Decode answer the process of assigning meaning to others’ words in order to translate them into thoughts of your own question Semantics answer the study of the way humans use language to […]

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Impromptu Speech Topics

question My biggest concern for the future is… answer Real wealth is never measured in money or possessions. question Conservation is survival. answer Real love is not the stuff of pop songs. question If I were an animal I’d be a… answer Plants have feelings too. question Junk food’s popularity relies on marketing. answer To […]

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communication and speech 2

question Developing ______________ skills helps you improve communication with yourself. answer a. intrapersonal question _______________ is the manner in which your speech is presented. answer d. delivery question Which of the following is an example of possible noise in public speaking: answer d. all of the above question Learning about public speaking can help improve […]

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Speech study guide

question When Sam got up to give his speech in public speaking class, he walked around the audience, highfiving his classmates and began his speech by saying, \”Hey! What up Dawgs?\” Which norm regarding the difference between public speaking and conversation did Sam fail to realize? answer Public speaking is more formal than conversation. question […]

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speech chapter 17

question ____________ is the audience’s perception of how qualified a speaker is to speak on a given topic. answer Credibility question A speaker’s credibility is affected above all by how the audience regards the speaker’s answer competence and character question ____________ is the name used by Aristotle for what modern students of communication refer to […]

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Speech Unit 3 Quiz (2.7, 2.8, 2.9, & 2.10)

question Which of these is NOT a principle of learning listed in your textbook? answer People learn better when they memorize material question All of these are examples of types of informative speeches EXCEPT answer emotional appeal question A good thesis statement for an informative speech should contain answer all of these responses should be […]

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Student Council Senior Secretary Speech

question Class of 2015-woo, Hi my name is Rachel Rivas and I am running for Senior Class Secretary. I don’t know about you, but I am tired of just hearing SENIORS WOOP WOOP, that chant seems like it never ends. But we’ve finally made it. Next year, we are going to be the seniors doing […]

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Essay Speech

question Introduction answer I’m going to be talking about 4 different essay types. The styles are Narrative, Descriptive, Cause/Effect, and Compare/Contrast. There are sample essays for each type as well. (switch slides) question Narrative writing tells a story with events that are in an orderly and logical sequence. The structure for the essay should be […]

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ap english figures of speech test

question apostrophe answer address to someone or something absent or nonhuman as if it’s listening. thinking aloud/ the author is addressing a wasp in \”To a Wasp\” even though the creature literally cannot hear him. question controlling metaphor answer runs through entire work, determines form or nature of work/ \”Chess\” uses the controlling metaphor of […]

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