11) In which of the following situations will you do most of your deliberative speaking?
A) group reports
B) group discussions
C) oral reports
E) chairing meetings
12) Which of the following situations is an occasion for deliberative speaking?
A) introducing the guest speaker at the annual Chamber of Commerce dinner
B) discussing an upcoming class project with your project group
C) giving a toast at your best friend's wedding
D) presenting an employee of the year award at the company's annual dinner
E) giving the keynote address at your political party's convention
13) When group reports are presented orally to others, the occasion is called
A) a panel.
B) a forum.
C) a symposium.
D) a debate.
E) a public hearing.
14) Sue and her teammates decided to honor their coach at a banquet with a plaque thanking him for all of his hard work. What type of speech will Sue be giving when she presents this award?
D) informative E) deliberative
15) Another term for a ceremonial speech is
16) The strength of a ceremonial speech depends primarily on the
A) speaker's ability to use words and images to capture the occasion.
B) speaker's ability to use compelling reasoning.
C) uniform worn by the speaker.
D) clarity of the informative strategies.
E) strength of the supporting material.
17) A question that presupposes an adverse value judgment is called a(n)
A) loaded question.
B) false dilemma.
C) closed question.
D) open question.
E) unsupported assumption.
18) James spoke at a ground breaking ceremony. No one in the audience had mentioned being proud, but James spoke about the pride the new building would bring to the community. This message rang true to the audience. This is an example of
19) In his famous Gettysburg Address, Abraham Lincoln urged his listeners to rededicate themselves to the cause of freedom so that the soldiers buried there shall not have died in vain. This appeal reflects the strategy of
A) reinterpreting a common past.
B) invoking common values.
C) reinterpreting events.
D) emphasizing people.
E) creating a cliché.
20) Ceremonial speeches tend to
A) address the question of how to solve human problems.
B) focus on values that draw people together.
C) concern themselves with matters of justice.
D) promote unified groupthink.
E) include refreshments afterwards.