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  12.3  True/False Questions 1)Sources of information include personal experiences, interviews, and the library. Answer: TRUE 2)The speech that focuses on personal experiences is ideal for the novice speaker. Answer: TRUE 3)The only citations a speaker needs to use are written citations. These citations do NOT need to be shared with the audience. Answer: FALSE 4)Examples are statements.

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  11) The three ways to calculate statistics are median, mean and _____ a) model. b)meridian. c)mode. d)matter. 12) Copying another person’s ideas or written words and presenting them as your own is called a) fabrication. b)stealing. c)plagiarism. d)convoluting. 13) Comments made by the president of the American Bar Association about Supreme Court nominee legal qualifications would be considered.

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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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12.1   Multiple Choice Questions 1) Based on Edward’s 30 years of experience working in the steel mills, he was able to provide examples of the safety improvements made in the industry over the past three decades. What are these types of examples called? a) Hypothetical b)Factual c)Physical d)Demonstrative 2) While giving her speech on nearsightedness,.

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  13.5   Essay Questions 1)List four ways to draw the audience’s attention during a speech introduction. Provide an example for each introduction using one of the following topics: turkeys, law enforcement, volunteerism, or social media. 2)What is a full-sentence outline, and what is a key-phrase outline? What are the purposes of each outline?   .

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  5)What are three objectives of the introduction? 8)Identify three specific transitions you can use to link the main parts of your speech. 9)Identify two questions you can ask yourself when constructing your introduction that, once answered, will help you communicate your involvement in a topic. 10)What are the three functions of the conclusion?   .

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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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  13.4   Matching Questions a)Introduces a speech by asking and then developing the answer later in the speech b)Major ideas of speech that grow out of the thesis statement c)Identifying a conflict and offering a course of action d)Minor points that grow out of the major ideas e)Chronological framework f)Order that helps create a logical flow of.

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  12.4   Matching Questions a)Created expressly for the speech for audience imagination b)Brief narrative that helps personalize ideas c)Comparison of two things by using “like” and “as” d)Demonstrates parts of the whole proportionately to other parts e)Middle point of a set of numbers f)Compares and relates different items to one another g)“The average” h)A comparison between two seemingly different.

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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)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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  13.3   True/False Questions 1)Although reinforcing the main points of a speech is one of the functions of the conclusion, using this specific approach is called a call-to-action. Answer: FALSE 2)When preparing a speech, create the body of the speech first. Answer: TRUE 3)Causal order refers to organizing the parts of a topic according to the.

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  11)Two primary types of behavior associated with functional leadership are functional and task-related leadership behaviors. Answer: TRUE A gatekeeper’s main responsibility is to regulate the flow of communication within the group. Answer: TRUE 12)When going through the process of problem solving, you must first develop possible solutions before gathering material. Answer: FALSE 13)Mandel is frustrated.

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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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14.1   Multiple Choice Questions 1) Bhupinder is an international student who is aware that his accent sometimes prevents others from truly understanding the ideas he is trying to communicate. During his speech on cable-stayed bridges, Bhupinder takes the time to pronounce his words clearly. This clear and distinct pronunciation of words is.

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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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  11)In statistical terms, the words “mean” and “average” are synonyms. Answer: TRUE 12)You can never have too many statistics in your speech. Answer: FALSE In order for your audience to fully comprehend your ideas, it is important to exclude all jargon. Answer: FALSE 13)Presentation aids are visual or audio support for your verbal message. Answer: TRUE 14)A.

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  11.4   Matching Questions   a)To inform my audience about the three ways to get better grades b)Serving on a museum’s board of directors c)“How do you feel about organ donation?”… “Are you an organ donor?” d)The two most significant fears in infants are loud noises and falls e)Ground water contamination f)Fraternities and sororities g)Closed, open, graduated or Likert.

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  10.4   Matching Questions   a)Minimum requirements a solution must have to be acceptable b)Domineering presence c)An outline of points to be discussed d)“Born leaders” e)The group members argue whether a statement is true or false f)Involves group members in decision-making g)The group must determine the morality of an issue h)The group must decide if any specific action is in.

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  11) What term refers to a speaker’s apparent natural behavior at the time of delivery? a) Sincerity b)Superficiality c)Spontaneity d)Individuality 12) What term represents a speaker’s care regarding the topic, its presentation, and the audience? a) Inflection b)Sincerity c)Charisma d)Spontaneity 13) Emily was giving a speech about the importance of immunizations for children. She wore her nursing uniform.

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  11) There are three ways to gather information when determining the characteristics of your audience. They are a)examination, discussion, and opinion-poll. b)observation, interviews, and surveys. c)spying, intrusive questioning, and eavesdropping. d)observation, intrusive questioning, and examination. 12) One of the easiest and often least time-consuming ways we can determine some audience demographics is through a) polling. b)surveys. c)observations. d)interviews. 13).

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