5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- The recipient of the source's messages is...
A. the encoder
B. the channel
C. the receiver
D. the encoder, the channel, and the receiver
- When the speaker reiterates each main point in the conclusion, the audience...
A. mentally checks off what they have heard during the speech
B. secretly hopes that the speech will hurry up and end
C. asks the speaker to review the supporting points
D. does all of the above
- When used as supporting material in a speech, examples can...
- Which of the following represents a difference between spoken and written language?
- Transforming ideas and thoughts into messages is called...
- a A. mentally checks off what they have heard during the speech
- b C. the receiver
- c Spoken language is more interact with the audience
- d A. encoding
- e illustrate, describe, and represent things
5 Multiple choice questions
- B. feedback
- B. his or her interests
- B. call to action
- B. ends with a strong conclusion
5 True/False questions
Which part of speech alerts audience members to your specific speech purpose?
D. outline → B. specific purpose
An effective speech should be organized around __________ main points.
A. one or two
B. two or three
C. four or five
D. seven or eight → B. two or three
The study of moral conduct, or how people should act toward not another, is termed...
D.. Ethnicity → A. Ethics
Using a story as a speech introduction...
A. personalizes issues
B. makes ideas irrelevant
C. discourages identification
D. makes the speech longer → A. personalizes issues
The following comprise a positive ethos:
A. Competence, charisma, and candor
B. Competence, dramatic ability, and charisma
C. Competence, good moral character, and goodwill
D. Competence, candor, and good moral character → D. one main point and the next, a main point and a supporting point, and one supporting point and another supporting point