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  12-5.1 What are the four reasons why evaluation is important? 12-5.2 Read the evaluation comment below and label the four parts of an effective evaluation as outlined by Pelias and Shaffer. [1]_____ When you showed the before and after photos of people addicted to meth [2] _____ I was very impressed. [3] _____ The images were shocking and.
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  12-2.10 Collective oral evaluations are more intense than ones given after individual speeches.   12-2.11 Written evaluations usually have more detailed descriptions and suggestions than do oral evaluations. 12-2.12 Classroom evaluations will usually be comparison-based. 12-2.13 “Your photographs were vivid and very compelling” is an evaluation of the speech message. 12-2.14 “I was confused by some of the medical terms you used” is.
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10-1.1 Which of the following is NOT true about presentation aids? a. They will aid audience retention. b. They can boost your credibility. c. They can serve as your outline. d. They can help you cross a cultural divide. 10-1.2 Which of the following is NOT a tip for using visuals in a cross-cultural setting? a. avoid potentially confusing.
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  13-2.10 After you choose your topic from the idea bank, it is helpful to conduct some research even if the topic is still broad. 13-2.11 “To inform” is an example of a specific purpose. 13-2.12 “To inform my classmates about the history of Halloween” is an example of a specific purpose. 13-2.13 A specific purpose should be stated as.
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12-1.1 The process of evaluation begins with a. responding. b. listening. c. hearing. d. topic selection. 12-1.2 When two or more people communicate, their need to make meaning of the message requires them to engage in a. evaluation. b. retention. c. feedback. d. understanding. 12-1.3 _____ is description grounded in a justified judgment. a. Criticism b. Analysis c. Explanation d. Evaluation 12-1.4 _____ is simply someone telling what he/she saw.
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  12-1.11 When you ask, “Why was it good or not?” you are engaged in a. rationale. b. judgment. c. description. d. justification.   12-1.12 “When you used the term “necrosis” without defining it…” is an example of the part of evaluation called a. judgment. b. description. c. rationale. d. justification. 12-1.13 “I was confused by that” is an example of the part of evaluation called a. judgment. b..
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  11-1.11 _____ is the physiological process of receiving sound. a. Hearing b. Attending c. Understanding d. Listening 11-1.12 Hearing is the _____ process of receiving sound. a. cognitive b. physiological c. psychological d. affective 11-1.13 A(n) _____ is the act of inputting something into a series of phases that result in a particular output. a. act b. event c. procedure d. process 11-1.14 Which of the following is NOT necessary.
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  12-3.1 The process of evaluation begins with effective _____. 12-3.2 _____ is description grounded in justified judgment. 12-3.4 _____ is someone telling what he/she saw and heard, grounded in “why.” 12-3.5 _____ is the mechanism for evaluation. 12-3.6 _____ thinkers are always seeking answers to “Who? What? When? Where? and Why”? 12-3.7 Learning about effective public speaking evaluation can also help you with _____.
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  12-5.5 Using the checklist format below, create an evaluation guide for a classroom speech, focusing both on the speech message and on the speaker’s presentation. TOPIC ?? ?? ?? INTRODUCTION ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? BODY ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? CONCLUSION ?? ?? ?? PRESENTATION ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ??       .
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  12-1.31 Evaluations focusing on the speaker’s presentation look at all of the following EXCEPT a. presentation aids. b. delivery techniques. c. topic selection. d. use of language. 12-1.32 Which of the following elements is related to the speaker’s presentation? a. use of language b. topic selection c. research d. creation of the message   12-1.33 Good evaluation begins with a. the question and answer session. b. the speaker.
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  12-2.1 The process of evaluation begins with active listening. 12-2.2 Evaluation should be viewed as a necessary evil. 12-2.3 Evaluation is a description grounded in justified judgment.   12-2.4 Ron Pelias and Tracy Stephenson Shaffer developed a method of evaluation originally for staged artistic performances. 12-2.5 Effective evaluation focuses only on what elements need improving. 12-2.6 Effective evaluation can build speaker confidence. 12-2.7 Evaluating speakers will help.
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  10-3.1 _____ are three-dimensional or two-dimensional visual items, video footage, audio recordings, and/or multimedia segments that support and enhance your speech. 10-3.2 _____ consist of numbers or words arranged in rows, columns, or lists.   10-3.3 _____ show a step-by-step development through a procedure, relationship, or process. 10-3.4 _____ are circular graphs with sections representing a percentage of a given quantity. 10-3.5 _____ are standard-size.
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  10-2.10 When deciding what type of presentation aids to use, you should always use the type that will impress your audience the most. 10-2.11 It is best to use all capital letters when writing on chalkboards and whiteboards.   10-2.12 It is best to use chalkboards and whiteboards sparingly as presentation aids. 10-2.13 Posters are less effective for use with large audiences. 10-2.14 It.
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  13-1.21 Which of the following does NOT belong on a checklist for audience analysis? a. What are my audience’s specific needs and knowledge level? b. What might they know about potential topics? c. Are there specific characteristics to consider such as nationality or disabilities? d. Why is the audience here?   13-1.22 Which of the following does NOT belong on a.
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13-1.1 The first step in the informative speaking process is to a. conduct research. b. construct the outline. c. choose a focused topic. d. evaluate the speech. 13-1.2 The last step in the informative speaking process is a. creating. b. presenting. c. researching. d. listening and evaluating. 13-1.3 Language usage, delivery, and presentation aids fall under the _____ stage of informative speaking. a. presenting b. creating c..
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  10-2.1 Actual items as presentation aids can include people, animals, or objects. 10-2.2 A flowchart shows the structure or chain of command in an organization. 10-2.3 Graphs, charts, and tables are all useful for demonstrating relationships or differences between two or more variables. 10-2.4 Line graphs can be less effective if you have more than three lines to plot.   10-2.5 If you are.
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  10-4.12 Give two disadvantages to using whiteboards and chalkboards? 10-4.13 When should you distribute handouts and why? 10-4.14 What is the principle of unity in regard to creating presentation aids? 10-4.15 What are the disadvantages of using presentation software?       .
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  12-4.1 Why should evaluation be considered a good thing? 12-4.2 What is evaluation?   12-4.3 According to Pelias and Shaffer, what four elements are important to evaluation? 12-4.4 Why is it important to be ethical as you engage in critical thinking? 12-4.5 How can evaluating other speakers make you a better communicator?     .
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  12-4.6 List three questions you should ask when evaluating a speech. 12-4.7 How does the purpose in evaluating classroom speeches differ from the purpose in evaluating speeches in the public forum?   12-4.8 How can you use oral evaluations in two different ways? 12-4.9 What types of formats can written evaluations fall into? 12-4.10 What does it mean to say that most evaluators.
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  10-4.7 When should you use a flowchart as a presentation aid? 10-4.8 When should you use an organizational chart as a presentation aid? 10-4.9 What are two benefits of using graphs as presentation aids? 10-4.10 When should you use a pie graph as a presentation aid? 10-4.11 Which graphs are helpful for showing change over time and comparing two or more.
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  13-1.31 After you write your central idea, you should create the a. formal outline. b. delivery outline. c. working outline. d. manuscript.   13-1.32 A _____ is a rough, often handwritten, outline, or roadmap for your final speech. a. working outline b. preparation outline. c. speaking outline. d. formal outline. 13-1.33 All of the following are guidelines for researching an informative speech EXCEPT a. Find materials that.
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  11-2.10 It is wise to engage in critical listening in almost all communication situations. 11-2.11 Pleasant distractions cannot be categorized as noise. 11-2.12 Having a headache while listening to a speaker is an example of physiological noise. 11-2.13 Having a great attention-getter is a good way to enhance the listening effectiveness of the audience.   11-2.14 When it comes to helping your audience.
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  11-4.11 Why is critical listening important? 11-4.12 How can noise be both pleasant and unpleasant? 11-4.13 What is internal noise?   11-4.14 What is external noise? 11-4.15 What are two things you can do to boost your confidence so that your audience will listen effectively?     .
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  11-1.31 _____ listening occurs when you listen with the purpose to give the speaker emotional support. a. Appreciative b. Critical c. Therapeutic d. Empathic 11-1.32 If you listen to your friend as she tells you about just losing her job, you are engaging in _____ listening. a. appreciative b. informative c. empathic d. critical 11-1.33 _____ listening is when you want to listen for insight.
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  10-3.9 The principle of _____ recommends that you create a design format and use it consistently.   10-3.10 The principle of _____ tells us to use consistency in regard to backgrounds, fonts, symbols, and content in our presentation aids. 10-3.11 The principle of _____ means the feeling of equilibrium in your presentation aids. 10-3.12 The principle of _____ refers to using design.
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  12-1.21 Evaluation can a. build your confidence. b. make you a better communicator. c. teach critical thinking skills. d. do all of the above. 12-1.22 Which of the following is true about evaluations? a. Evaluations in the public speaking classroom will differ from evaluations in a public forum. b. In a public forum, evaluations will focus on making you a better.
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  10-5.3 What type of graph is shown below? Would this graph make an effective presentation aid in a speech on the U.S. deficit? Why or why not? SOURCE: CBO, White House Office of Management and Budget | The Washington Post - March 21, 2009   10-5.4 What type of graph is shown below? Would it be an effective presentation.
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  11-5.3 Label the following examples with the type of listening it represents: 1. Listening to a personal trainer telling you the best way to stretch before exercising. 2. Listening to the sounds of the birds outside your kitchen window. 3. Listening to your friend tell you about her bad day. 4. Listening to two senatorial candidates debate the issue of.
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  13-1.11 A speech to _____ clarifies a concept or issue. a. describe b. report c. instruct d. explain 13-1.12 A speech on the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy in the military would be a speech to a. describe. b. explain. c. instruct. d. report. 13-1.13 A speech to _____ teaches or demonstrates a process. a. instruct b. report c. explain d. describe 13-1.14 Aaqib gave a speech showing how to.
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  11-1.21 Communication really begins when you engage in the _____ stage of listening. a. responding b. remembering c. receiving d. understanding 11-1.22 Teneka is listening to a speaker talking about making pralines. She is trying to figure out what the speaker means by bringing the batter to the “soft-ball” stage. She is having difficulty in the_____ stage of the listening process. a..
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  10-1.11 Which of the following is NOT a type of drawing? a. map b. sketch c. chart d. diagram 10-1.12 _____ are visual summaries of complex or large quantities of information. a. Charts b. Diagrams c. Drawings d. Tables 10-1.13 _____ diagram step-by-step development through a procedure, relationship, or process. a. Organizational charts b. Flowcharts c. Tables d. Diagrams   10-1.14 _____ consist of numbers or words arranged in rows, columns, or lists. a..
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  11-4.6 What are the three types of responses that may be employed in the listening process? 11-4.7 Give an example of appreciative listening. 11-4.8 Give an example of empathic listening.   11-4.9 What key elements are important in empathic listening? 11-4.10 Give an example of informative listening?     .
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  10-4.3 Give one advantage and one disadvantage of using models as presentation aids? 10-4.4 What is one ethical guideline to keep in mind when choosing what presentation aids to use? 10-4.5 What are two advantages of using photographs as presentation aids? 10-4.6 Give one advantage and one disadvantage of using drawings as presentation aids?       .
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  12-4.11 What elements are discussed in evaluations that focus on the speech message?   12-4.12 What elements are discussed in evaluations that focus on the speaker’s presentation? 12-4.13 What is meant by the term reflexivity? 12-4.14 Give an example of how reflexivity works. 12-4.15 Give an example of feedback that follows the guideline, “Be positive first.”       .
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  11-3.1 syndrome _____ refers to the belief that the speaker is entirely responsible for the effectiveness of a message. 11-3.2 _____ is the physiological process of receiving sound. 11-3.4 _____ is the conscious learned act of paying attention and assigning meaning to an acoustic message. 11-3.5 The first step in the listening process is _____.   11-3.6 When you make yourself pay attention.
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  12-5.3 Write out a sample evaluation, using Pelias and Shaffer’s elements of description, judgment, justification, and rationale. Grading Rubric: Description–25%; Judgment–25%; Justification–25%; Rationale–25%. 12-5.4 As a critical thinker, what questions should you ask if you hear the following in a speech? Research has shown that eating a diet high in fat can increase your risk for breast cancer.       .
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  10-1.31 _____ are hand- or computer-created, single-sheet visuals intended to be attached to a wall or displayed on an easel. a. Whiteboards b. Flip Charts c. Graphs d. Posters 10-1.32 Which of the following is NOT an example of when to use a poster as a presentation aid? a. when you don’t have or trust electronic equipment b. to demonstrate a.
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11-1.1 _____ allows us to build and maintain healthy relationships with our families, significant others, friends, and coworkers. a. Perception b. Listening c. Small group communication d. Feedback 11-1.2 Listening allows us to a. build and maintain healthy relationships. b. learn what is important to others. c. help deal with conflict. d. do all of the above. 11-1.3 Listening does which of the following? a..
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  13-2.1 The first step in the creative process for informative speaking is research.   13-2.2 In the creating stage of the informative speaking process, you construct the body, introduction, and conclusion. 13-2.3 At its essence, informative speaking is the act of influencing. 13-2.4 The main benchmarks of great informative speaking are accuracy, unity, and inclusiveness. 13-2.5 A speech to describe teaches or demonstrates.
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  11-3.10 When you listen to someone in order to give them emotional support, you are engaged in _____ listening. 11-3.11 When you are listening to your instructor in class, you are engaged in _____ listening. 11-3.12 _____ listening involves listening carefully to a message to judge it as acceptable or not.   11-3.13 _____ is what Astronomer Carl Sagan called a.
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  12-3.10 If you ask yourself, “What were the positive outcomes of my speech and what can I do to improve for future speeches” you are engaging in _____. 12-3.11 _____ happens when you take a moment to consider yourself in relation to the speech and vice versa. 12-3.12 When the audience actively participates in your speech, they are giving.
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  11-2.1 What we listen to can tell us about ourselves. 11-2.2 While speaking is an active process, listening is a passive one. 11-2.3 Hearing is the physiological process of receiving sound. 11-2.4 The first stage in the listening process is attending. 11-2.5 The three necessary steps of listening are attending, responding, and remembering. 11-2.6 It is possible to engage in more than one.
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  11-4.1 How does our listening tell us about ourselves? 11-4.2 What is passivity syndrome?   11-4.3 What does it mean to say we have a duty as a citizen in a democratic society to listen actively? 11-4.4 What is the difference between hearing and listening? 11-4.5 What are the three steps that are necessary components of the listening process?     .
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