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  14.4   Matching Questions a)The tone of your voice b)Caring about the topic, presentation, and the audience c)Speaking words clearly d)The number of words spoken in a certain amount of time e)Speaking words correctly f)Delivered from a prepared speech g)Number of words you deliver in a given amount of time h)“Spur of the moment” delivery i)Prepared, practiced, and in a.
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  21. cross-cutting     a. the conflict and synthesis of opposites 22. two-shot     b. shot containing both speakers 23. Griffith     c. parallel editing 24. scène à faire   d. directed Potemkin 25. master shot   e. the must-do scene 26. Peckinpah   f. regarded as “the Father of Film” 27. thematic montage   g. same as a sequence shot 28. Eisenstein   h. “Bloody Sam” 29. dialectic   i. editing for dramatic intensity, emotional 30. classical.
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  15.2   Short Answer Questions 1)Unlike a _____ speech, whose purpose is to change an attitude or motivate to act, the overriding concern of the _____ speech is to impart knowledge.   Ideas, theories, or thoughts generally used to explain abstract subjects fall under the ________ category of informative speech topics. 2)When deciding on.
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  31.The five editing styles can be classified according to how intrusive or interpretive the cutting is. In the following flowchart listing the three general styles of film, insert the correct editing style that best corresponds. Realism                      Classicism                         Formalism a.b.           c.           d.               e. 32.Discuss the early classical style and philosophy of.
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  16.2  Short Answer Questions 1)What is the act of convincing an audience to adopt or change an attitude, belief, or value, or to take an action?   2)When your audience already understands the problem but is looking for the best solutions, then the ________ is the most appropriate way to organize your persuasive.
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  11)Inductive reasoning moves from specific instances to generalizations. Answer: TRUE 12)An incorrect premise means the conclusion is faulty. Answer: TRUE 13)The fallacy that attacks the character of another person is called ad hominem. Answer: TRUE 14)In an analogy, the minor points are not related to the major points, or the conclusion does not logically follow the.
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  16.1   Multiple Choice Questions 1) The act of convincing an audience, through verbal and nonverbal communication, to adopt or change an attitude, belief, or value, or to take an action is called  a) motivation. b)refutation. c)persuasion. d)argumentation. 2) What is the minister doing when he tries to convince the congregation to contribute 10 percent of.
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15.1   Multiple Choice Questions 1) In his November 6, 2012 victory speech, President Barack Obama exclaimed, “I believe we can seize this future together because we are not as divided as our politics suggests. We’re not as cynical as the pundits believe. We are greater than the sum of our individual.
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  15.5   Essay Questions 1)Describe three ways to make your informative speech relevant to your audience. 2)Describe the differences between the purpose of an informative speech and the purpose of a persuasive speech. Using the same general topics, list five examples of informative speech topics and then change the same topics to make.
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1.A shot that begins with a close view of the subject and then withdraws to reveal a larger context is called a a.process shot. b.dissolve. c.swish pan. d.pull-back dolly shot. 2.Present day movie cameras record images at a.12 frames per second. b.18 frames per second. c.24 frames per second. d.35 frames per second. 3.Like the words kinetic, kinesthesia, and choreography,.
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  21. crane shot   22. Singin’ in the Rain   23. tracking shot   24. aerial shots   25. movement   26. freeze frame   27. swish pan   28. Shrek   29. Who Framed Roger Rabbit?   30. reaction shot     a.a variation of the crane shot often involving use of a helicopter b.Oscar for Best Animated Feature with strikingly sculpted CGI characters c.features lyrical crane shots in counterpoint to the dancers d.captures.
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  11.Most films are either exclusively formalist or realist in style. 12.Realism and formalism are best used as stylistic terms rather than terms to describe the nature of the subject matter. 13.In general, shots are determined on the basis of how much of the human figure is in view. 14.Film noir.
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  11) What are the rules that govern moral behavior? a) Trustworthiness b)Competence c)Dynamism d)Ethics 12) A(n) _____________ argument helps your audience understand your ideas and increases the likelihood that they will be persuaded. a) emotional b)logical c)fallacious d)chronological 13) During a fundraiser in May, 2012, Presidential candidate, Mitt Romney stated, “There are 47 percent of the people who.
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  11.The amount of space an organism occupies is generally proportional to the degree of control that organism enjoys. 12.Once a relationship has been established, a simple change in camera set up changes that relationship. 13.Highly symmetrical designs are generally used when a director wishes to stress instability and chaos. 14.Movement.
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  3)Keeping in mind that the purpose of the informative speech is to fill an informational need of your audience, discuss organizing this kind of speech. What should you consider when thinking about how to organize the introduction, body, and conclusion?   4)Where do the bulk of speech topics come from? List the.
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  21. masking   22. closed form   23. weights   24. loose frame   25. proxemic patterns   26. window   27. open form   28. subsidiary contrasts   29. anticipatory setups   30. density of texture     a.the movie frame for Hitchcock b.informal, unobtrusive compositions c.method used to achieve a sense of height d.visual compositional elements e.counterbalancing devices to the dominant f.refers to the amount of visual detail in a picture g.self-conscious design, elaborately worked out.
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  37.Briefly discuss the difference of philosophies regarding the function of cinematography during the big-studio era of the 1930s and 40s, and contemporary filmmaking. 38.Briefly discuss the differences in the use of lenses and filters between realist and formalist filmmakers.   .
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  16.3   True/False Questions 1)Persuasion is the act of convincing an audience, through verbal and nonverbal communication, to adopt or change an attitude, belief or value, or to take an action. Answer: TRUE 2)Persuasion is simple and easy because the group the speaker must appeal to has the same frame-ofreference as the audience. Answer: FALSE 3)The.
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  21. fast stock   a. wide-angle shot 22. storyboarding   b. key+fill+back light 23. backlighting   c. neutralizes planes 24. establishing shot   d. serious and artistic 25. three-point lighting   e. tends to produce a grainy image 26. deep-focus shot   f.  individual frame drawings 27. low-key lighting   g. extreme long shot 28. rack focusing   h. characteristic of comedies and musicals 29. high-key lighting   i. can throw off compositional balance 30. colorization   j. semisilhouette;.
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  5) Dunn and Goodnight describe four methods for presenting an informative speech; narration, description, definition, and demonstration. Define and compare description and definition. Define and compare narration and demonstration. Finally, contrast the use of descriptions and definitions with the use of narration and demonstration.         .
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  16.5   Essay Questions 1)List and explain the techniques for enhancing your credibility.   2)List the five steps on Monroe’s Motivated Sequence, and the function of each step. Next, choose a persuasive speech topic and use Monroe’s Motivated Sequence to organize your persuasive speech.           .
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  16.4   Matching Questions   a)The kind of “character” you communicate to your audience b)Creating a visual image that projects what will happen if our proposal is embraced or rejected c)Demonstrated ability or quality; a measure of a speaker’s knowledge concerning a topic d)Urging the audience to demonstrate its support e)Design focused on creating a sense of.
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  11.Cutting to continuity preserves an event’s fluidity without literally showing all of it. 12.In an eyeline match, if a character looks left, the camera appears to cut to the left to preserve the logic. 13.There are no fixed rules concerning rhythm in films. 14.Parallel editing cross-cuts alternates shots between (usually).
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1.For most filmmakers, the favored position to photograph an actor is a.full front. b.quarter turn. c.half turn. d.back to camera. 2.Longer, loosely framed shots are typically used to convey a sense of a.entrapment. b.chaos. c.freedom. d.hostility. 3.An iris is a.a special blue light filter. b.the focal point in classical composition. c.a powerful wide-angle lens. d.a circular or oval mask that can open up or.
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1.Realism in film emphasizes a.CGI. b.narrative fragmentation. c.the basic experiences of life. d.authorial intrusion. 2.Which device tends to reduce the importance of a subject? a.high-angle shot b.bird's-eye view c.cool colors d.subsidiary contrast 3.Expressionists are often concerned with a.spiritual and psychological truths. b.objective truths. c.story more than style. d.the basic, common experiences of life. 4.Classical cinema a.employs loosely organized plots. b.subordinates plot and character to social themes. c.avoids the.
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  15.4   Matching Questions   a)A story or account of an event told orally b)Different words with the same meaning c)Meanings for terms generally unfamiliar to an audience d)Showing of a step-by-step process e)Defining the differences between two subjects f)Showing the steps involved in a process g)Detailed and specific language h)Image that is created verbally i)Vague and general language j)Detailed and specific.
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  11.Lyrical movements make an audience respond to the movements’ beauty rather than suggest a symbolic expression or idea. 12.Physical movement from right to left seems psychologically natural, whereas movement from left to right often seems tense and uncomfortable. 13.Handheld shots are generally less lyrical, more noticeable than vehicular shots. 14.Stasis.
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  14.5   Essay Questions 1)Discussing the use of PowerPoint during presentations, General James Mattis of the United States Marine Corps stated, “PowerPoint makes us stupid.” What are the problems associated with relying too heavily on PowerPoint as a public speaking tool? What are the guidelines to follow if you do choose to.
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  11)Establishing and maintaining eye contact with the audience is one of the most difficult skills for the public speaker to master. Answer: TRUE 12)Your voice gives meaning to the words in your speech. This is called parakinesics. Answer: FALSE 13)Most Americans deliver between 150 and 180 words per minute. Answer: FALSE 14)In the American culture, direct.
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  34.What is the general function of a cinematographer in the production of a film? 35.What are the basic differences between painterly and linear styles in the photographic arts, which include filmmaking? 36.How does the concept of lyricism, a term most often associated with music and poetry, function within the context of filmmaking?   .
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  6)The step in Monroe’s Motivated Sequence that occurs when we argue how our proposal will meet the need, or resolve the problem described earlier, is called ________ a need.   7)The step in Monroe’s Motivated Sequence that occurs when we create a visual image that projects what will happen if our proposal.
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  14.3   True/False Questions 1)The internal tension associated with not wanting to be rejected is the greatest motivation for wanting to speak in public. Answer: FALSE In written communication, nonverbal messages are of little or no concern to the writer or reader. Answer: TRUE 2)In oral communication, making a speech is a cooperative act between.
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1.Shot/reverse-shot cutting is most commonly used in a.dialogue sequences. b.chase scenes. c.reestablishing shots. d.sequence shots. 2.Which of the following is NOT a convention of classical cutting? a.matching action b.180° rule c.eyeline match d.jump cut 3.The French director who was one of the first to cut to continuity to create “arranged scenes” was a.Louis Lumière. b.Georges Méliès. c.François Truffaut. d.Clade Chabrol. 4.An important film movement post-World.
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  11) The Presidential Medal of Freedom awards ceremony, The Battle of the Bulge, Quinceañera celebrations, and the Olympics are all examples of which category of informative speech topics? a) Concepts b)Places c)Objects d)Events 12) In his speech on the economy, Matthew used terms such as “aggregate supply,” “business cycle indicators,” and “marginal rate of.
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  15.3  True/False Questions The primary purpose of an informative speech is to impart knowledge and educate an audience. Answer: TRUE 1)A sure way to lose an audience is to present information that is too complex or sophisticated for them to comprehend as you are speaking. Answer: TRUE 2)When delivering an informative speech, your first.
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