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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. What is the central idea
  2. Define reasoning
  3. Five cautions regarding conclusion
  4. How can persuasive speeches influence audience members
  5. Purposes of speeches..
  1. a central idea is a complete deceleration sentence that previews the main points to develop body
  2. b strengthen or weaken commitment, promote action
  3. c inform, persuade, entertain
  4. d reasoning is line of thought that connects the facts you present and conclusions
  5. e do not end speech abruptly no new point, avoid tiresome summary have no false conclusions be specific

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. neglect to explain how proposal benefits listener
  2. source message channel auditory and visual receiver noise
  3. relate main and supporting points to audience, appeal to audience, connect listeners value, demonstrate how audience will benefit, acknowledge listeners reservations, focus on peripheral beliefs
  4. competence, trustworthy, goodwill
  5. not less than two not more than five

5 True/False questions

  1. Similarities in speaking public vs. conversationplanned, requires more formal language, roles of speaker and audience clearly defined


  2. How does public speaking differ from conversation?planned, requires more formal language, roles of speaker and audience clearly defined


  3. How do you change beliefs?with a great deal of evidence


  4. Which of 3 qualities will change less?values


  5. Maslow Heirachy of Needsphysiological level, safety needs, social needs, self esteem, self actualization


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