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Arts and Humanities
Speech Quiz 3
Terms in this set (20)
Arrangement of the ideas in a speech from the least to the most important.
Arrangement of the ideas in a speech from the most to the least important.
Arrangement of the ideas in a speech from the simplest to the more complex.
Nonverbal expressions of closeness to and liking for an audience, made through such means as physical approach or eye contact.
The attitude that one's own culture and cultural perspectives and methods are superior to those of others.
The production of clear and distinct speech sounds.
A consistent style of pronouncing words that is common to an ethnic group or geographic region.
List the 5 organizational patterns for public speaking:
Chronological, topical, spatial, cause and effect, and problem solution.
List the 4 steps for integrating supporting material into a speech (oral citation)
State the point, cite the source of the supporting material, present the supporting material, and explain how the supporting material substantiates or develops the point.
Explain one way to prepare for a successful public speaking performance.
Get plenty of rest the night before your speech. Last-minute, late-night final preparations can take the edge off your performance.
List the 3 types of 3 dimensional presentation aids.
Objects, models, and people.
List 3 types of 2 dimensional presentation aids.
Drawings, photographs, and slides.
How many different fonts should a presenter use on a visual?
One or two.
A presenter should use no more than ? Colors to create unity with a presentation.
What are the 4 rules for selecting the right presentation aids?
Consider your audience, think of your speech objective, take into account your own skill and experience, and know the room in which you will speak.
What are the two guidelines for preparing presentation aids?
Make them easy to see and keep them simple.
How many times should a presenter rehearse with the presentation aid?
Until you feel at ease with them.
Even when using the presentation aid, where shouls the presenter's focus be?
Provide one method for using an object that is too small for the audience to see clearly.
Invite audience members when the speech is over to take a look if no other speaker follows you.
If something didn't go as planned, what should a presenter/speaker do?
Do your best to keep your speech on track.
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