5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Shared Meaning
- Mass Communication
- Forensic Oratory
- a Occurs between a speaker and a large audience of unknown people.
- b Speech delivered in small ceremonies, such as celebrations and funerals.
- c The mutual understanding of a message between speaker and audience.
- d Creating, organizing, and producing the message (converting thoughts into words).
- e Advocating or legal speech.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- The recipient of the source's message.
- Anything that influences the speaker, the audience, the occasion, and thus the speech. (E.g. In classroom speeches, recent events on campus.)
- Invention, arrangement, style, memory, delivery.
- The way the speaker uses language to express the speech ideas.
- Any interference with the message.
5 True/False Questions
Arrangement → Organizing the speech in ways that are best suited to the topic and the audience.
Rhetoric (oratory) → Advocating or legal speech.
Invention → Any interference with the message.
Channel → The medium through which the speaker is delivering a message.
Agora → Traditionally known as a place where the Roman republic used their public speaking skills, where today it denotes a variety of venues for the discussion of issues of public interest.