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Challenging the audience is a useful type of conclusion in persuasive speeches.
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What characteristic should be identical in both the presentation and the preparation outlines?
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the structure of the main points and subpoints
the introduction and conclusion
the citation of supporting materials
the bibliography
the stage directions
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Which of the following statements is true about effective delivery?
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The audience should be able to notice your excellent delivery skills.
If your delivery is too effective, it will distract from your message.
An effective delivery leads the listeners to believe that the speaker is different and more talented than they are.
An effective delivery helps the audience remember the speech.
all of these
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Style is a pattern of behavior choices which are predetermined.
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Identifying with the audience is a type of introduction that involves:
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referring to experiences and values shared by the speaker and audience.
referring to members of the audience by name.
defining the target audience in the introduction.
defining the desired audience response.
referring to occasions when the speaker used good listening skills.

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Summary statements and key words like "finally" can be overused and prematurely give the listeners a sense that the speech is ending.
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Because issues in the public forum have become more complex, the grand style is used much more often nowadays than the middle style or the plain style.
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Dialect is most closely associated with which vocal quality?
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Vividness makes a speech easier to understand by using language that appeals to the senses.
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Which of the following font types does the text recommend for computer generated visual aids?
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sans serif
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Because well-prepared visual aids indicate that the speaker has a carefully planned presentation and has taken the audience seriously, visual aids can enhance:
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the speaker's ethos.
the audience's retention.
the audience's interest.
all of these
none of these
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Speeches of tribute typically combine ceremonial and deliberative goals.
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Using a clear organizational pattern in your speech is one way of creating reinforcement in your speech.
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The boomerang effect occurs when:
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listeners are overwhelmed by a compelling argument and feel inadequate to bring about change.
speakers use evidence which contradicts their own arguments.
listeners give positive feedback to a speaker about the effectiveness of the persuasive appeal.
speakers use circular arguments which are not well supported by the evidence.
listeners give negative feedback to a speaker about the effectiveness of the persuasive appeal.
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Vivid details are characteristic of the informative strategy of definition.
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Explicit references to the audience, inclusive language, and a clear organizational pattern are all strategies for encouraging:
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Pie graphs best illustrate:
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how variables comprise proportions or percentages of a whole.
comparisons and contrasts among one or two variables.
how one variable changes as a function of another.
how multiple variables vary in relation to each other.
how some statistics are half baked.
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A line graph is most effective in comparing and contrasting statistics.
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A toast is a miniature version of a(n):
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speech of tribute.
speech marking an award.
speech of greeting.
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The speech purpose of creating positive or negative feelings relies on what strategies?
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all of these
informative and persuasive only
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A nominating speech places an actor, entertainer, or politician into consideration for an award.
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When Drew gave the toast at his best friend's wedding reception, he failed to notice the shocked looks as he told some off-color stories about the happy couple's dating life. What quality of decorum did Drew violate in this example?
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the toast was too long
the toast did not reflect the speaker's feelings
the audience did not like the speaker
the speech was too informal for the occasion
the emotions were too intense for the listeners
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Deliberative speaking uses the strategies of both informing and persuading.
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Phillip gave a persuasive speech about why people should not smoke. His classmate, Morris, refused to accept Phillip's arguments, even though they were well supported, because he thought Phillip was just another liberal do-gooder who wanted to curtail people's freedom. Which act of selective perception did Morris exhibit?
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belittling the source
the boomerang effect
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Because occasions create constraints, speakers must limit their strategic choices to what the audience expects.
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Informing and persuading are distinctly separate goals and activities.
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Norm was asked to speak at the retirement dinner for his boss and he really wanted to make a good impression. He spoke about every good quality his boss had and embellished it until his praise was so lavish that his boss was thoroughly embarrassed. What aspect of decorum did Norm violate?
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Problem-solution speeches typically follow a four-stage structure. Which of the following is NOT one of those four stages?
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propose a solution.
argue for the solution.
describe the situation.
evaluate the situation as a problem.
set the agenda
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Helga wants to show how the rate of traffic accidents changes for drivers as they advance in age. What type of visual aid would best represent this information?
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decision tree
flip chart
line graph
pie graph
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The persuasive goal of conversion is much more difficult than the goal of strengthening commitment.
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Pep talks and after dinner speeches are of similar types because both pose challenges to the audience.
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According to the elaboration likelihood model, listeners who elaborate more will be more persuaded by:
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shortcuts that simplify their thinking about the topic.
evidence and arguments that support the speaker's thesis.
the speaker's positive ethos.
extended narratives that support the speaker's position.
elaborate metaphors that appeal to the listener's emotions.
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Informing, persuading, and entertaining are three distinctly different kinds of speeches.
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Hobart wants to list the benefits of a new health care plan alongside the costs of such a plan. Which type of visual aid should he use to display this information?
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a flowchart
a statistical chart
a bar graph
a columnar chart
a model
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