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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. When citing testimony in a speech, the speaker should always...
  2. Firsthand oral or written histories, diaries, and recordings of meeting and other events are examples of _____ sources.
  3. Which part of speech alerts audience members to your specific speech purpose?
    A. introduction
    B. body
    C. conclusion
    D. outline
  4. Which of the following is a potential drawback to polling audience member during the introduction?
    A. No one will respond
    B. Responses will be unexpected
    C. The speaker may be put on the spot to answer
    D. No one will respond, responses will be unexpected, and the speaker may be put on the spot to answer
  5. The Athenians demonstrated their oratorical talent in a public space called a...
    A. public forum
    B. deliberative forum
    C. city-state
    D. agora
  1. a D. Agora
  2. b supply the name and qualification of the source
  3. c D. No one will respond, responses will be unexpected, and the speaker may be put on the spot to answer
  4. d primary
  5. e A. introduction

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. B. feedback
  2. D. Have a sound grasp of the subject, display sound resigning skills, and are honest and straightforward
  3. B. ends with a strong conclusion
  4. A. Ethics
  5. B. spatial

5 True/False questions

  1. Primary research does not include...avoids language that is biased, doesn't restrict the gender of the person or persons in question, and considers the issues that are important to person with disabilities

          

  2. Anything that influences the speaker, the audience, the speech, the occasion, or the situation is called...
    A. context
    B. goals
    C. outcome
    D. communication process
    supply the name and qualification of the source

          

  3. Wen citing source material in References and orally, the speaker should include...the title and year of publication

          

  4. A speakers selectively presenting only those statistics that buttress his or her point of view while ignoring competing data is said to be...B. ends with a strong conclusion

          

  5. Newsweek and Time are examples of...periodicals