Hello Class, Answer the following multiple choice and true/false questions that pertain to speaker credibility, persuasive speaking, and developing arguments. There are 75 questions worth 1. 33 each. You have 120 minutes to complete the test. Thank you for your participation. Please let me know if you have any questions. S. Goodwin
Presenting the speech in a sarcastic tone
Maintaining eye contact
Speaking in formal language patterns
Give excessive details
Use an objective vocal tone
Avoid showing confidence
Spend a lot of time listing your education and training.
By having your speaking notes and visuals prepared
By putting on large, shiny jewelry
By using negative self-talk
By declining to proofread printed speaker biographies
Wearing revealing clothing
Assume that the person interviewing you has your credentials
Avoid looking at the person as he introduces you
Thank the introducer
Give the presenter a vague idea about your topic
At the beginning of the speech
In the middle of the speech
At the end of the speech
Throughout the speech
When they are truthful and relevant.
To drop names and brag.
Only during special-occasion speeches.
Is unexpected in the United States.
Is unnecessary to maintaining credibility.
Knowledge, training, and experience
Mention if you forgot to cite something
Double-check your speaking notes while being introduced
List your credentials
Apologize if you have a cold
The art of focusing on speaking with competence, style, and grace.
Using words that catch the audience by surprise.
Minimizing the information-processing demands on the listeners.
The way your character influences the listeners’ willingness to accept your ideas.