5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- motion to adjourn
- belongingness needs
- a type of speech that involves changing a belief or action
- b shows American values, examples are strong families, hardworking people, flags, etc.
- c assert a fact, a value, or a policy change (topic)
- d wanting to have a friend
- e ends the meeting
5 Multiple choice questions
- neutral audience
- an appeal based on credibility of authority or speaker
- existing state of affairs- now
- "for" the proposition
- words that evoke emotions
ex: Fantastic! New! Gorgeous! Love!
5 True/False questions
rhetorical question → used to make the audience think- don't expect an answer back
denotation → meaning suggested by the word
six questions used in an interview → who? what? where? when? why? how?
verbal communication → uses language (spoken or written)
message → if the consumer does not use this product something bad will happen.
ex: "Eat this cereal and it will prevent cancer."