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Breath control, pitch control, and articulatory control are all ways to
control your rate of speech.
improve your speaking voice.
adapt nonverbal behaviors.
work on pronunciation.
Proxemics, movement, facial expressions, and gestures are all types of
public speaking behavior.
In some speaking situations, it is appropriate to sit on the edge of the table and address the group.
The Greek idea of kairos refers to
appropriateness of topic.
appropriateness for time and place.
appropriateness of appearance.
appropriateness for audience.
Volume, rate, enunciation, and pronunciation are elements of
Saying the entire alphabet in one breath is a good way to improve
A word that suggests the transfer of information, understanding, and/or advice on how-to-act from person to others is
Although some define nonverbal communication as all nonlinguistic aspects of interpersonal communication, this course refers to nonverbal communication more specifically as
physical behavior in communication settings.
communication which occurs in public speaking.
behavior related to both verbal and nonverbal communication.
verbal behavior in the classroom.
When speeches gather together a host of commonly shared notions, they are exhibiting the oral trait of
Kallia uses tongue twisters to warm-up before giving speeches. This shows that she knows how to:
practice nonverbal behaviors
improve her breath control
improve her pronunciation
work out her pitch control
A speech that arranges and interprets information gathered in response to a request made by a group is a(n)
speech of instruction.
speech of definition.
The advertising slogan for the state lottery is, "What would you do with a million dollars?" Which motive appeal is most likely being used?
It is vitally important that speeches of definition include motivational appeals in the introduction, explicit statements that indicate how the information can affect the audience.
Denise's decision to quit college and move to Paris to become an artist is probably a reflection of which type of motives?
Motives which are related to the intrinsic or extrinsic desire for success are labeled as
Motives involving activities in which influence over others is the prime objective are labeled as
As a physics major you have been asked to explain the difference between a meteor and an asteroid, focusing on the significance of one or the other hitting the earth. Your talk will probably take the form of a speech of definition.
If I were to describe a local politician as arrogant, exploitative, and abusive, I would be using the concept of attribution to influence attitudes.
Jacob will be attending a the National Communication Association convention this year to present a paper on the role of the media in modern society. This would most likely be called a(n)
speech of explanation.
In the early fall, TV weather persons will often spend some time during one of their segments to explain the conditions under which a tornado will form and the differences in the strength of tornados. This information would most likely be presented as
a speech of definition.
a speech of explanation.
instructions and demonstration.
an oral report.
All pictures can:
create impression that will intensify the words being spoken or focus on the wrong message.
be altered to say things that are not true.
all of the above.
Three things to consider in color selection for making slides and other visuals are:
background, mood, and contrast
colors, words, and mood
mood, contrast, and color
background, foreground, and text
Which type of visual aid would be most helpful if you wanted to explain each stage of development for a particular product?
In making the choice to use only black, green, and purple on his PowerPoint slides, Tom considered which tip?
When is the best time to distribute photographs to be passed through the audience?
when you address this material in your speech
after your speech is finished
before you begin your speech
Photographs should not be circulated through the audience.
You want to show your audience how many aluminum cans your workplace recycles in comparison to other corporations. What is the best choice of visual aid for this purpose?
To best show how his weight has been affected by a certain diet over the past year, Todd should use a line graph.
Dominic wants to show how birth rates have declined in the United States over the past century. What type of graph should he use?
Which of the following is an example of an abstract representation?
a model of a snake's habitat
a photo of a snake bite
a snake noose
The use of a flip chart is best to use when you want to show changes of a phenomenon over time
Makers are focused on expression through their own creations rather than on purchasing.
Forewarning your audience against potential counter arguments to your position is also known as:
People who are bound by strong moral codes which define their commitment to family, religion, and community are classified in the VALS program as
Persuasive speeches that aim to change beliefs should seldom stress appeals to uniqueness.
The term "lifestyle" refers to
the choices we make that are not dictated directly by society.
the defining characteristics of a segment of the population.
systemized ways of believing and acting in the world.
an individual's background, including his/her ethnicity, religion, gender, etc.
With which group would a actuation speech of reinforcement be the best approach?
those who doubt the value of the action and who are uninformed and uninvolved
those who actively rally against an idea or action and who doubt your credibility
those who believe in an idea or action but who are lethargic about doing anything
those believe in an idea or action but are unsure of how to do something about it
A speech that attempts to increase the audience's adherence to values they already hold is a speech of
Speakers must often attempt to appeal to different segments of an audience.
Two strategies of protecting your audience against attempts at counterpersuasion are:
innoculation and increasing knowledge
increasing knowledge and resistance
ignorance and innoculation
forewarning and innoculation
In the VALS program, people who have strong commitment across all three "primary motivations," and who are blessed with both resources and a willingness to try new ideas and experiences are referred to as: