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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Five patterns of organization
  2. 4 perspectiveness on nervousness
  3. Persuaded into two ways
  4. 3 characteristics of persuasive speech
  5. 3 tips will enhance your credibility as persuasive
  1. a know your audience, be prepared, use deep breathing, channel nervous energy, seek speaking opportunities
  2. b directly- logical proof, indirectly- infers general impression of what you are hearing
  3. c establish common ground, support key arguements with evidence, well organized and deliverance
  4. d chronological, spatial, topical, casual, problem- solution
  5. e influence audience, utilize strategy, advocate fact value or policy

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. inform, persuade, entertain
  2. 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
  3. true or false claims
  4. get listeners attention, need to listen to you, satisfaction step, visualization step, action step
  5. attitudes, beliefs, values, behaviors

5 True/False questions

  1. How can persuasive speeches influence audience membersstrengthen or weaken commitment, promote action

          

  2. Guidelines to determine specific purposeuse words that refer to observable behavior limited to one idea reflects needs and interests

          

  3. Artistole 3 Stages to right blendfact value and policy claim

          

  4. Five cautions regarding conclusionchronological, spatial, topical, casual, problem- solution

          

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

          

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