Quiz 2 Fir

Quiz 2 Comis
 
Created Dec 14, 2010
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Q: Just as a traveler needs a map for a journey, a speaker needs a map for a speech. This...
A: A preparation outline
Q: Writing down your main ideas, sub points, and supporting material, then using geometric...
A: Mapping
Q: The delivery outline is?
A: Much shorter than the preparation outline and tailored to the individual speaker
Q: According to the text, what is the purpose of using complete sentences in a preparation...
A: This will help you judge the coherence of the speech
Q: What does your textbook state is the major benefit of using standard outline form?
A: It points out relationships between ideas and supporting material
Q: What tip does your textbook suggest regarding the use of speaking notes?
A: Type or print information so that it can be easily read
Q: A general rule of thumb when estimating the time frame for your introduction and conclusion...
A: The introduction and the conclusion should each represent 10 percent of your speaking...
Q: On the evaluation for your previous two speeches, you received a comment about a “speedy...
A: Yes; comments like this are effective delivery reminders on speaking notes?
Q: Delivery a speech in a conversational style from a well-developed and researched outline...
A: Extemporaneous delivery
Q: Behaviors such as eye contact, appropriate gestures, and physical closeness that enhance...
A: Immediacy behaviors
Q: An attitude that one’s own cultural approaches are superior to those of other cultures...
A: Ethnocentrism
Q: When asked to deliver a speech at the last moment, the type of delivery style you will...
A: Impromptu
Q: Which of the following statements is the best guideline for using gestures in a speech?
A: Make your gestures appropriate to the situation and audience
Q: The minister pounds his fist on the podium when he says the words “sin” and “evil”....
A: Emphasizing
Q: Words such as ”dint,” “morning,” “gunna,” and “wanna” are all examples...
A: Articulation
Q: A lengthy illustration with a plot beginning, climatic point, and end-is called?
A: An extended illustration
Q: A figurative analogy is?
A: In the form of a metaphor or simile
Q: When someone, who is a recognized authority in a specialized area, states his/her opinion,...
A: Expert testimony
Q: Using sensory information, or “word pictures”, which allows your audience to mentally...
A: Description
Q: Government agencies, independent survey organizations, or scholarly research reports...
A: Reputable
Q: When using a literary quotation as supporting material, it is best to?
A: Be sure and keep the quote brief
Q: In his speech about date rape on college campuses, Ryan cites statistics from state...
A: Proximity
Q: When Jessica cited the number of people dying everyday in Sudan’s civil war, her...
A: The information may not have had enough proximity to people’s lives to generate interest
Q: The method speaker uses to arrange her or his main idea is termed?
A: The organization pattern
Q: Organizing speech ideas according to direction and location is a?
A: Spatial pattern
Q: Words and gestures, that allow you to move smoothly from one idea to the next throughout...
A: Signposts
Q: In addition to using a preview that the beginning of the speech, speakers can use ______...
A: Internal
Q: After speakers have organized their main points, what is the next step?
A: Dividing main points into sub points.
Q: The main reason to use previews, summaries, and signposts is to?
A: Keep your audience on track with your speech
Q: In his speech on varying explanations of how the earth came into existence, Eduardo...
A: “soft” to “hard” evidence
Q: In her presentation to the school board about plans for the new physical fitness facilities,...
A: Spatial
Q: Every speech you give will have three basic parts; the first part is?
A: The introduction
Q: Credibility is?
A: The attitude listeners hold toward a speaker
Q: What is the purpose of the technique when a speaker makes reference to the introduction...
A: Providing a sense of closure
Q: A speaker who describes her or his main points as part of the introduction is utilizing...
A: A preview statement
Q: What should a speech conclusion do?
A: Summarize the main ideas
Q: When Gloria said, “So we must all do something to end domestic violence; we must...
A: A statement to motivate the audience to respond
Q: In developing her speech on scuba diving, Rachael is trying to decide whether or not...
A: Rachael should give a brief, credibility-building explanation of her experience with...
Q: In his speech about registering to vote, Dan explains the new legislation that allows...
A: An appeal to action on the part of the audience
Q: A consistent style of pronouncing words that is common to an ethnic group or geographic...
A: Dialect


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