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5 Matching questions

  1. Firsthand oral or written histories, diaries, and recordings of meeting and other events are examples of _____ sources.
  2. Research indicates that audiences prefer speeches that contain _______ main points.
    A. one to two
    B. two to five
    C. five to ten
    D. at least six
  3. A form of communication between two people is called...
    A. mass communication
    B. small group communication
    C. dyadic communication
    D. public speaking
  4. Wen citing source material in References and orally, the speaker should include...
  5. Research on speaker credibility reveals that people most trust those speakers who...
    A. Have a sound grasp of the subject
    B. Display sound resigning skills
    C. Are honest and straightforward
    D. Have a sound grasp of the subject, display sound reasoning skills, and are honest and straightforward
  1. a the title and year of publication
  2. b C. dyadic communication
  3. c D. Have a sound grasp of the subject, display sound resigning skills, and are honest and straightforward
  4. d B. two to five
  5. e primary

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. C. supporting material
  2. A. context
  3. C. ethnocentrism
  4. periodicals
  5. one in five

5 True/False questions

  1. Listeners are likely to accept your claims if they believe the are derived from...supply the name and qualification of the source

          

  2. A speech introduction is designed to...
    A. arouse the audience's attention and motivate the audience to accept the speaker's goals
    B. provide an in-depth discussion of the topic.
    C. review and discuss all the main points of a speech.
    D. arouse the audience's attention, motivate the audience to accept the speaker's goals, provide an in-depth discussion of he topic, and review and discuss al the main points of a speech
    D. arouse the audience's attention, motivate the audience to accept the speaker's goals, provide an in-depth discussion of he topic, and review and discuss al the main points of a speech

          

  3. In this form of communication, the receiver is physically removed from the messenger, and feedback is delayed.
    A. mass communication
    B. small group communication
    C. public speaking
    D> dyadic communcication
    A. mass communication

          

  4. The first step in the speech process is...
    A. conducting research
    B. stating the purpose
    C. developing main points
    D. selecting a topic
    D. selecting a topic

          

  5. Which of the following is true of spoken language...
    A. It is more conversational than written language
    B. It always occurs informal settings
    C. Listeners expect spoken language to be more formal than written language.
    D. Spoken language is more conversational than written language, it always occurs in informal settings, and listeners expect spoken language to be more formal that written language.
    A. It is more conversational than written language

          

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