5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Artistic proofs of Ethos
- components of an effective introduction (and things you should avoid).
- Being Inspired
- Speeches of Definition and Description
- Audience values
- a Speaker credibility
- b ~ Lasts about 60-90 seconds,
~10-25% speaking time,
~Attention Getter (grab audience attention),
~Purpose and Thesis, Credibility and ~Relational Connection (why you care), ~Impact of the topic and speech on the audience (why it matters to the audience), ~enumerated preview.
- c Speeches that define and describe your topic.
- d You have to be inspired by others to do your best.
- e deeply held and enduring judgments of significance or importance that often provide the basis for both beliefs and attitudes.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- ~Wrap up signal,
~Restatement of the thesis (not word for word),
~Summary of main points,
~Clincher statement (review of 3 main points and give motivation to audience), ~Strong polished ending.
- what you hold to be true or false, are formed like attitudes through your direct experience, as well as through media, personal and social relationships, and cultural views of the world.
- Provide the meaning of a word or phrase.
- numbers that demonstrate or establish size, trends, and associations.
- Emotional appeals
5 True/False Questions
Offer advice on how to manage communication apprehension. → - Know your Topic.
-Know your Audience.
-Know your Speech.
-Focus on your Message, not yourself.
-Recognize your value and uniqueness.
general purpose for a public presentation → Narrow, explicit goal of the presentation
dynamism → Involves being energetic and enthusiastic.
Memorized Delivery → Delivering a speech without the use of a manuscript or any notes whatsoever.
persuasive speeches → Speeches to Convince
Speeches to Actuate- Reinforce existing behavior, Alter existing behavior, Cease existing behavior, Enact new behavior, and Avoid future behavior.