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  99) What are the differences between a preparation outline and a delivery outline? Discuss specific items that should be included on both. 100) Given the topic of obesity in the United States, develop problem-solution and a cause and effect outlines which list your main points. 101) Analyze the following introduction. Discuss the.
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  Match these terms or concepts with their correct definitions. A) Alliteration B) Antithesis C) Articulation D) Concrete words E) Correct words F) Parallelism G) Repetition H) Unbiased language I) Vivid language 68) A two part parallel structure in which the second part contrasts in meaning with the first. 69) Using the same grammatical structure for two or more clauses or sentences. 70).
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  100) Briefly explain the three ways you can reinforce ideas nonverbally. 101) Describe ways that you can motivate your audience to listen to you. 102) When giving a presentation about people, what two organizational patterns could you possibly use and why? 103) Give examples of speech topics that correspond to these five types.
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    11) In his speech on varying explanations of how the earth came into existence, Eduardo begins with opinions, moves to inferences, and uses scientific facts in support of his last point. What principle of supporting material organization is Eduardo reflecting in his speech? A) primacy-recency B) ?soft? to ?hard? evidence C) complexity.
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  85) Words such as ?louder? , ?slow down? written on your note cards are known as ________. 87) Briefly explain the cause and effect and problem and solution organization patterns. 88) Give three recommendations for gaining the audience?s attention. 89) What is the principle of recency? How might it be used effectively? 90) What.
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  98) In a speech about developing effective study habits, your classmate George has considered using visual aids to enhance his audience?s retention of his information. Thus far he has selected (1) a chart summarizing basic steps of creating an appropriate study environment; (2) a video of a study group working.
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    21) Which of the following is a recommendation for eye contact? A) Look primarily to the center of the room. B) Memorize your speech, so you can maintain eye contact. C) Establish eye contact before you say anything. D) Look past your listeners if you are nervous. 22) What criteria does the text offer.
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  96) You have been asked to give a speech describing your college campus. Write main points (either phrases or full sentences) for both a topical and a spatial organizational pattern. 97) Explain the standard outline format and create an example. What advantages does it offer the speaker? I. First main idea A. First.
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  Match these terms to the definitions given below. A. Cause-effect B. Chronological C. Complexity D. Primacy E. Problem-solution F. Recency G. Spatial H. Topical 61) Arranging ideas from the simple to the more complex. 62) Ideas are arranged according to a logical or natural order, according to the speaker?s discretion. 63) Ideas are arranged by first discussing things that are unsatisfactory,.
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  96) List the nine components of the audience-centered public speaking model. 97) For the following main points, write a specific purpose statement, a central idea, and give examples of three types of appropriate supporting material for the topic. I. Low-carbohydrate diets are not well balanced. II. Low-carbohydrate diets have not been proven to.
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  105) It is critical to the success of an informative speech that the audience remember the speaker?s information. Your textbook suggests four ways that a speaker can work to enhance audience retention. In a well-developed essay, discuss how each can make an informative speech more memorable. Select examples from speeches.
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  91) Explain the principle of specificity. 92) What should an introduction accomplish? 93) What should a conclusion accomplish? 94) Briefly explain the notion of credibility as it applies to public speaking. 95) List four of the five suggestions the text gives for writing your delivery outline.     .
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  Match the following persuasive strategies to the definitions listed below in the questions below. A) Cause and effect B) Motivated sequence C) Problem and solution D) Proof E) Proposition of fact F) Proposition of policy G) Proposition of value H) Refutation 63) Organization in which you answer objections your listeners may have to your position. 64) A claim as to.
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    31) ?Every I should have a II, and every A should have a B,? is related to the principle of outlining concerned with ________. A) making headings parallelB) subdivisions C) standard numberingD) using correct indentation 32) Your delivery outline should ________. A) use complete sentences B) include an abbreviated form our your introduction and conclusion.
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    31) What does the textbook suggest about building in redundancy in presentations? A) It could potentially bore your audience because they?ve heard it before. B) I really isn?t necessary for speakers to repeat themselves. C) It gives the audience a chance to catch a point again if they happen to miss it. D).
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  96) In a well-developed essay, name and define the four delivery styles recommended by the textbook. What factors should be taken into account when a speaker considers which style to use? 97) Your friend, Vincent, asks for your advice on polishing his speech. He has researched and organized his speech well,.
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  80) A(n) ________ is a learned disposition to respond favorably or unfavorably to something. 81) A(n) ________ is the sense of what is true or false. 82) A(n) ________ is an enduring conception of right or wrong, good or bad. 83) ________ is the factor in a person?s credibility that refers to his.
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    11) Descriptions that appeal to your senses are ________. A) rhetorical statements B) presentation aids C) word pictures D) metaphors 12) Matty was beginning her presentation by telling a funny story about a time she had embarrassed herself. By using this approach, Matty was using ________. A) vivid language to describe the event B) a.
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  1) Satoshi gave a speech explaining three types of Japanese writing. This is example of a speech to ________. A) inspire B) persuade C) entertain D) inform 2) A speech to inform is one in which ________. A) all of the supporting material consists of description and illustrations B) you enhance the audience?s knowledge.
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    51) An initial preview is usually given in the introduction. 52) Using both an internal preview and an internal summary is probably too redundant for most audiences and should only be used in very long speeches. 53) Phrases like ?In addition,? ?In other words,? and ?In summary? are examples of verbal transitions. 54).
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  1) What type of organizational pattern is reflected in these main points? I. As a young child, J.R.R. Tolkien and his young cousins invented a language called Nebosh. II. As a college student, J.R.R. Tolkien invented several languages influenced by Welsh and Finnish. III. By the time he published the works of fiction.
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  Match the following fallacies in reasoning to the definitions given below in the following questions. A) Ad hominem B) Appeal to misplaced authority C) Bandwagon fallacy D) Causal fallacy E) Either-or fallacy F) Hasty generalization G) Non sequitur H) Red herring I) Refutation 70) Reaching a conclusion without having adequate evidence to support it. 71) One idea or conclusion that does.
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  Match these terms to the definitions given below. A) Antithesis B) Cadence C) Drama D) Inversion E) Metaphor F) Omission G) Personification H) Simile I) Suspension 60) A dramatic device in which the speaker leaves out a word the audience expects to hear. 61) An overt comparison between two things that uses the word like or as. 62) Withholding a key word.
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    51) People learn new information by associating it to what they already know. 52) An analogy helps clarify information for the audience by comparing the new information to something they already understand. 53) According to research cited in the textbook, adult learners prefer to be actively involved in the learning process. 54) A.
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  86) What is cadence? Discuss the four ways suggested by your text for creating cadence in your presentation. 87) What is manuscript speaking? When should it be used, and what are three suggestions for using it well?   88) What is memorized speaking? When should it be used, and what are three suggestions.
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  1) The process of changing or reinforcing attitudes, beliefs, values, or behavior is the process of ________. A) informing B) entertaining C) persuading D) refuting 2) The primary difference between a persuasive speech and an informative speech is that a persuasive speech ________. A) does not need to be as well organized as.
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  Match the informative speech strategies to the examples described below. A) Build in redundancy B) Present information that relates to the listener?s interests C) Reinforce key ideas nonverbally D) Reinforce key ideas verbally E) Relate new information to old F) Simplify ideas G) Use adult learning principles H) Use effective attention-catching supporting material I) Use humor J) Use interesting presentation.
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  Match these terms to the definitions given below. A. Closure B. Hard evidence C. Preview D. Primacy E. Recency F. Signpost G. Soft evidence H. Summary I. Topical Organization 67) Starting with your most convincing or least controversial idea. 68) Arranging ideas from the least to the most important. 69) A recap of what has been said. 70) A verbal or nonverbal signal.
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  99) After watching a videotape of her speech, Marisa concludes that her vocal delivery is monotone and difficult to understand. Using the four aspects of vocal delivery in your text, give Marisa advice on how she might improve her vocal delivery. 100) Marcus delivers a presentation, but he fails to use.
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  1) Which method of delivery is a speaker using when he or she writes out their speech word for word and delivers it from that text? A) manuscript speakingB) memorized speaking C) extemporaneous speakingD) impromptu speaking 2) Which of the following suggestions are made for using manuscript speeches? A) Use manuscript speaking when you.
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  87) Briefly discuss three ways that public speaking differs from written communication. 88) What does it mean to be an audience-centered presentation speaker? 89) List the questions that you should keep in mind when selecting a topic. 90) If you are stumped and cannot think of an idea for a presentation the text.
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  92) Explain the three types of general purposes for presentations. How are they different? 93) Pat had to give an informative speech for his public speaking class. He wrote as his central idea, ?Women-you can?t live with them, you can?t live without them, who understands them?? Explain what is wrong with.
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    41) When using the extemporaneous style, the textbook recommends that you practice your speech enough times so that you can delivery it fluently. 42) The word reggae is more concrete than the word music. 43) ?Before the hurricane, the rush of people leaving New Orleans for Baton Rouge was as mighty as.
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  99) List and explain the six criteria for evaluating a Web source. 100) Define statistics. Explain when they should be used in a presentation and the guidelines for using them effectively. 101) Differentiate between literal and figurative analogies, give an example of each, and explain the recommendations for using them.   .
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