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  1) Match the  scenario with the speaking occasion that it represents. 1) Presenting a sales report A) forensic speaking 2) Delivering a closing argument in courtB) epideictic speaking 3) Reciting a eulogy  C) deliberative speaking 1) Define decorum. 2) What are the three types of speech occasion? 3) A decorous speech conforms to audience expectations. What five.
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  21) Speeches of tribute typically combine ceremonial and deliberative goals. 22) Lavish praise is the key to delivering an effective eulogy. 23) A speech presenting an award is a common speech of tribute. 24) A toast both honors and makes fun of the person being honored. 25) The appropriate use of humor is the.
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  5) What are the conditions which lead to deliberative speaking? 6) Identify the four types of ceremonial speech. 7) What are four types of speeches that honor individuals? 8) What five types of speeches combine deliberative and ceremonial goals? 9) What are the two special purposes of keynote speeches?     .
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    11)Leah, a pharmacy technician, is speaking to a class of  20 about prescription forgeries. This interaction is considered small group communication. Answer: FALSE   12)With the advent of new technological advances, communication has become easier, but it has also created new communication problems like “bad manners” in email communication. Answer: TRUE   13)If a verbal message.
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  1) Effective visual aids make the speech more interesting, improve comprehension and retention, and enhance the speaker's ________. 2) Words by their nature are abstract, but visual aids are ________; they make it easy to see what you are talking about. 3) One major drawback of visual aids is that they.
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  1.3 True/False Questions   1)Estella and Sandy are studying for their Communication exam in the student lounge next to a couch of noisy students. Estella’s inability to concentrate on her studies is due to external noise. Answer: TRUE   2)Our frame of reference allows us to create and interpret messages. Answer: TRUE 3)Decoding is the process of.
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  1) The three premises of ceremonial speaking are: 1) speeches are presented for specific occasions, 2) occasions create constraints, and 3) constraints are not ________. 2) According to your book, occasions create ________ because certain expectations arise upon any occasion. 3) A speaker shows ________ by conforming to the expectations of a.
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  2.5   Essay Questions 1)What is perception checking, and what is an effective way we can use this technique in our communication interactions? 2)Describe the three steps involved in processing information.   Define self-concept and self-esteem, and explain how the two are affected by feedback from others.   .
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  3)Define and give an example of “allness” and “halo and horns” stereotyping. How does “allness” and “halo and horns” stereotyping distort reality in society? Explain how each type of stereotyping is harmful to the communication process. 4)Explain why it is important to develop accurate perceptions of ourselves and others. Provide examples..
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1) Visual aids should be selected by carefully considering the A) audience and the purpose of the speech. B) speaker and the message. C) thesis of the speech and the size of the room. D) supporting material, the reasoning, and the claim. E) culture and demographics of the audience. 2) Spoken words alone are abstract and.
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  8)Individuals who influence our lives help develop our self-concept. Who are these individuals?   9)Jerry made a favorable impression on Brenda upon their first meeting at the company picnic. Despite several employees warning her about Jerry’s apparent lack of diplomacy, Brenda assigned him to the customer service department. Brenda had difficulty believing.
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  1) Because occasions create constraints, speakers must limit their strategic choices to what the audience expects. 2) Speakers need to adhere strictly to the constraints of the speaking situation. 3) Proper decorum governs even the choice of supporting material in a speech. 4) Decorum is simply another name for common courtesy. 5) Speakers exhibit.
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  11) Ceremonial speeches strengthen the bonds between speaker and listeners and among listeners themselves, building a sense of ________. 12) The ability to articulate the audience's unexpressed feelings is called ________, because the speaker's words echo listeners' feelings. 13) Eulogies, toasts, and roasts are speeches of ________. 14) Most people will eventually have.
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  11) A predetermined position regarding a person, event, concept, or object, which affects the way we interpret data, is called a) attribution. b)an attitude. c)a prototype. d)a stimulus. 12) The development of our self-concept is influenced by individuals to whom we are emotionally close and to whom we allow to influence our lives. Who.
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  11) In which of the following situations will you do most of your deliberative speaking? A) group reports B) group discussions C) oral reports D) symposia 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.
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  11) What are the steps in Monroe's motivated sequence? 12) What are the purposes most closely related to persuasive strategies and why are they best suited for persuasive speeches? 13) Explain the six generally available strategic resources for persuasive speakers.  What are they and how do they promote persuasive purposes?     .
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  10) What do roasts and after-dinner speeches have in common? 11) Identify and define the three types of occasions defined by the ancient Greeks. 12) Define deliberative speaking and identify the two conditions which give rise to it.  In what circumstances does deliberative speaking usually arise? 13) Discuss the role of deliberative speaking.
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  1.2 Short Answer Questions   1)This model describes communication as an interdependent process where the speaker and the receiver simultaneously send and receive messages.   2)Describe the difference between internal noise and external noise. 3)An informal communication encounter or exchange that occurs between two or more people is     4)Define Small Group Communication.     5)Name all nine parts of.
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  6) What are the strategies for encouraging retention?  Why do they work? 7) Identify and explain the four-stage structure of a problem-solution speech. 8) Your text separates ceremonial speeches into four general headings. What are they? Identify a specific type of speech under each heading and explain the guidelines a speaker should.
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3.1   Multiple Choice Questions 1) Listening is defined as a)one’s physical ability to perceive sounds. b)the process of following and understanding the meaning of words. c)the process of communicating and understanding the spoken word. d)the process of giving thoughtful attention to what we hear. 2) Hearing is defined as a)one’s physical ability to perceive sounds. b)giving thoughtful attention.
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  2.4   Matching Questions   a)Filling the gaps when parts are missing from stimuli b)The process of assigning meaning to stimuli c)Using questions to clarify how we understand a message d)Motivate us to select and assign meaning to certain stimuli e)Our measure of self-worth f)Our total perception of ourselves g)Stimuli that can be organized according to closeness to one.
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  11) Wilson wanted to illustrate for his high school listeners the set of interrelated questions that one should consider when selecting a college major.  What type of visual aid would serve him best? A) a flowchart B) a columnar chart C) a bar graph D) a consequential chart E) an object 12) Hobart wants to list.
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  5)Barney thinks very highly of himself. Today, Barney ran over his niece’s bicycle with his car. Because he considers himself an excellent driver, he refuses to take responsibility for the damaged bike. Instead, he blames his niece for leaving her bike in the driveway. Explain Barney’s behavior.   6)What is the difference.
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  9) What is the most common mistake committed by speakers generating visual aids with a computer? 10) What are the three most important considerations when using visual aids during a speech? 11) What are the four benefits of using visual aids in a speech? How do visual aids accomplish these benefits? 12).
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  11) Groupthink is the process of building consensus in groups through deliberative speaking. 12) The average person uses deliberative speaking far more often in group discussions than in formal reports and presentations. 13) Speaking in small groups is much more effective when the members use groupthink. 14) Answering questions after a speech.
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  11) Graphs are visual aids showing how variables are related to each other. 12) A line graph is most effective in comparing and contrasting statistics. 13) Line graphs can effectively show both simple relationships and complex relationships among variables. 14) The simplest type of graph is a textual graph, which lists information. 15) When.
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1.1  Multiple Choice Questions   1) Communication is a)the sequential process of inventing, receiving, and understanding messages. b)the interdependent process of sending, receiving, and understanding messages. c)the diverse process of creating, transporting, and accepting verbal symbols. d)the deliberate process of sending, receiving, and comprehending messages.   2) The Nakamura home is a bustle of activity in the morning..
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  1) In some circumstances (e.g., sales presentations) a speaker without visual aids risks losing positive ethos because listeners may perceive him or her as unprepared. 2) Visual aids increase audience interest by adding variety to a message. 3) Sometimes the message and structure of a speech are so simple that visual aids.
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  21) A graph used to show proportions or percentages of a whole is called a A) bar graph. B) line graph. C) pie graph. D) holograph. E) polygraph. 22) A simplified drawing or sketch that resembles a more complex object is known as a A) textual graphic. B) diagram. C) flowchart. D) model. E) map. 23) Visual aids which provide "visual portrayals.
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  1.5 Essay Questions   1)Discuss one positive and one negative aspect of technology’s influence on how we communicate with each other.   Describe two ways nonverbal communication affects the communication model. Use examples.    2)List the components of the communication process and explain how these parts play a role in making communication dynamic, changing from.
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  31) To best illustrate basic makeup application techniques for work and for evening, the speaker should use a(n) A) chart. B) object. C) film. D) person. E) diagram. 32) The most effective way to display a posterboard is to A) place it on an easel with a cover and uncover it when you plan to discuss it. B).
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1) All speaking occasions create A) decorum. B) constraints. C) formality. D) identification. E) anxiety. 2) When a speech that is well-suited to the expectations of a particular occasion, it has the quality of A) decorum. B) positive ethos. C) identification. D) resonance. E) empathy. 3) When Drew gave the toast at his best friend's wedding reception, he failed to notice the.
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  2.2   Short Answer Questions 1)Loving the sound of the paper shredder, Nick took papers off of his father’s desk and put them through the shredder. Unfortunately, those papers happened to be this year’s tax returns. Angry, his father yells, “Nick! You are a horrible boy!” Knowing now that he is horrible,.
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2.1   Multiple Choice Questions 1) Bridget and Katie have two classes together: Communication and Anatomy. In Anatomy, Katie is having a difficult time learning the pathogenic organisms. Since Bridget is doing “A” work in their Communication class, Katie assumes Bridget is also good in Anatomy. Therefore, she asks Bridget to help.
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  31) A presentation speech is a common speech A) of greeting. B) of tribute. C) of testimony. D) marking an award. E) of welcome. 32) Which of the following is a common characteristic of anniversary celebrations? A) honors and pokes fun B) celebrates one key characteristic C) praises the accomplishments of the honorees D) refers to and emphasizes the event.
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  2.3   True/False Questions 1)Abdul remembers his girlfriend’s birthday because it happens to fall on the same day as his parent’s wedding anniversary. Using the process of perception, Abdul remembers these events because of proximity.   2)A person who thinks “but fear itself” after hearing the words, “We have nothing to fear ...” has.
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  14) Your book separates ceremonial speeches into four general headings. What are they? Identify a specific type of speech under each heading and explain the guidelines a speaker should follow when delivering such a speech. 15) How do candidacy and election speeches combine deliberative and ceremonial goals? 1) What are the four.
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  21) Creating a sense of presence for particular ideas and values is an important element of ________ speaking. A) ceremonial B) deliberative C) public D) forensic E) informative 22) The speaker's ability to articulate the audience's unexpressed feelings is called ________, because the speaker's words echo listeners' feelings. A) resonance B) decorum C) reinforcement D) erudition E) echolocation 23) Which of the.
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    6)_____ is the receiver’s response to the sender’s message and provides information about the way the message is being interpreted.     7)The conditions surrounding communication with others are referred to as the _____ of the interaction.     8)Talking to oneself is known as _____ communication.   9)Why do we communicate? Name three of the five ways.
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  11) The election is just around the corner and Dave is trying to convince Erin to vote for a candidate he strongly believes in. As Dave speaks, Erin gives thoughtful attention to what he is saying. Erin is a) listening. b)hearing. c)perceiving. d)dating. 12) A communication skill where we request additional information from the.
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  21) When using people as visual aids, speakers should remember that volunteers from the audience are much more reliable than confederates. 22) Experts agree that handouts should not be used as visual aids in a speech. 23) Transparencies are suitable for all kinds of visual materials including photographs and complex graphs. 24) Several.
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  1.4 Matching Questions     a)Receiver’s response to the sender’s message b)Vehicle by which the message is communicated from the source to the receiver c)Allows us to create and interpret messages d)Conditions surrounding communication e)Our unique view of the world f)Process of interpreting or attaching meaning to another’s message g)The person who creates and sends a message h)The person to.
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