5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- When used as supporting material in a speech, examples can...
- Which of the following would not be considered a demographic characteristic?
B. Ethnic or cultural background
- Effective transitions move listeners between...
A. one main point the and the next
B. a main point and a supporting point.
C. one supporting point and another supporting point.
D. one main point and the next, a main point and a supporting point, and one supporting point and another supporting point
- To stress natural division in a topic, a speaker should use which patter of arrangement?
- Interview questions that invite elaborations are _____ questions?
- a D. one main point and the next, a main point and a supporting point, and one supporting point and another supporting point
- b C. Self-esteem
- c A. topical
- d A. Open-ended
- e illustrate, describe, and represent things
5 Multiple choice questions
- B. refining topic purpose
- C. source ' encoding ' receiver ' decoding
- D. shows an audience how to perform illegal action, provides audience members with information that may physically or psychologically harm them, or is humiliating or degrading to the audience.
- A. personalizes issues
- D. Agora
5 True/False questions
The literal, dictionary definition of a word is its... → Denotative meaning
Wen citing source material in References and orally, the speaker should include... → the title and year of publication
Which of the following helps to determine the number of main points for a speech?
A. the topic
B. the amount of material to be covered
C. the length of the speech
D. the topic, the amount of material to be covered, and the length of the speech → D. the topic, the amount of material to be covered, and the length of the speech
To discuss a topic in terms of its underlying causes, a speaker should use which pattern of arrangement?
D. causal → A. topical
The audience's response to a message is referred to as...
A. shared meaning
C. the medium
D. decoding → B. deliberative oratory