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Public Speaking Terms And Objectives

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1.  When creating a visual aid, you should keep in mind the size of the room in which you will be speaking? True or False
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2.  In most circumstances, a speaker should avoid passing visual aids among the audience? true or false
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3.  In most circumstances you should keep your visual aids on display throughout the speech? true or false
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4.  Hearing is a physiological process, while listening is a psychological process? true or false
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5.  It is impossible to listen too hard. true or false
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6.  A __________ graph is best suited for illustrating simple distribution patterns.
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7.  When making a multimedia presentation, you should:
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8.    When using visual aids in a speech, you should:
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9.  Which of the following is recommended to your text as a way to improve your listening?
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10.  When listening for a speaker's evidence, you should keep an ear out for its
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11.  Of all the kinds of public speaking, persuasion is the most complex and the most challenging.
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12.  " To persuade my audience that Lee Harvey Oswald was the sole assassin of President John F. Kennedy" is a specific purpose statement for a persuasive speech oon a question of fact. True or False
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13.  Questions of policy inevitably incorporate questions of fact. True or False
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14.  When speaking to persuade, you need to think of your speech as a kind of mental dialogue with your audience.
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15.  "To persuade my audience that apital punishment does not deter people from committing crimes such as murder: is a spedific purpose statement for a persuasive speech on a question of policy.
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16.  Which of the following is an instance of persuasive speaking:
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17.  In a persuasive speech, a speaker must be concerned with the audience's
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18.  The three types of questions that give rise to persuasive speeches are
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19.  At which of the following would you be most likely to hear a persuasive speech on a question of fact?
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20.  If you want to persuade a skeptical sudience, which of the following is it most important for you to do in your speech?
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