by: dbzveggito


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    _______ is a specific type of tansition that clearly indicates where the speaker is going next.

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    ___ points use similar phrasing and sentence structure and use the same voice (either active or passive).

  3. 3

    Fictional stories, usually with animal characters, meant to teach moral lessons are called

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    __________ is used to arrange your speech by topical, chronological, geographic, or a causal fashion.

  5. 5

    Aristole's _________ divided speech into three different categories: forensic, deliberative, and epideictic.

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    __________ includes the time, place, and physical and social surroundings in which the speech is given; and can cause situational anxiety.

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    A fancy word for 'example' is ________

  8. 8

    The Process of deciding how to best convey your message to your specific audience is called _______

  9. 9

    The verbal, Visual, and Vocal responses to messages is called ______

  10. 10

    One type of ________________ deals with the vicious cycle of speaking history.

  11. 11

    ________ is used to arrange your speech in a claim, causal, problem-solution, criteria satisfaction, or comparative advantages fashion.

  12. 12

    The Statement that clarifies the specific purpose of the speech and previews the main points is called the _______

  13. 13

    _________, a form of trait anxiety, deals with the internal conflict of you feeling that you are different than everyone else.

  14. 14

    by establishing feelings of respect and liking towards your audience, also called _______, you will come across as a stronger speaker.

  15. 15

    if you ________ your audience during your conclusion you will beter persuade them to see your point of view long after you have concluded your speech.

  16. 16

    MLA format requires that you underline the name of a journal article T or F

  17. 17

    T or F: The opposition or con always leads in a debate.

  18. 18

    T or F. It is preferred to give out transcripts of your speech before you start

  19. 19

    Internal Noise can often lead to Situational Anxiety.

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    A typical Q&A session is after your speech.

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    Repetition is used frequently to highlight main points.

  22. 22

    MADD is an acronym for 'Mothers Always Drive Drunk'

  23. 23

    Positive Imagery is one of the best ways to treat anxiety.

  24. 24

    My subject position is different than yours.

  25. 25

    positions are used in an informative speech: purpose is used for persuasive

  26. 26

    Which one of the following IS NOT one of the three facts to keep in mind when researching information on the internet

  27. 27

    If you are researching a topic you are not familiar with; you might interview someone with:

  28. 28

    You would typically see a demonstration done in a ___________ speech

  29. 29

    When giving a speech on Buddhism and its Effects on Chinese Government; you would probably have to also:

  30. 30

    Visual aids help with Anxiety by all but the following.

  31. 31

    Plagiarism is avoided by

  32. 32

    Statistics are considered ________ data

  33. 33

    This type of organizational pattern may be best used to show the new layout of the Harry Potter Exhibit at Universal Studios:

  34. 34

    An Internal Summary is a way of.

  35. 35

    The play entitled "To Gilligan, On her 37th Birthday..." is an example of:

  36. 36

    Which of the following has 'parallel points':

  37. 37

    You need to be careful when establishing credibility because:

  38. 38

    When defining your thesis statement; you need to make sure you remember that:

  39. 39

    A ______________ is a clear, simple sentence that specifies exactly what you want your audience to gain form the speech.

  40. 40

    Because of possible low self esteem some speakers suffer from this type of trait anxiety.

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    By _________ in your conclusion; you remind the audience of what you 'said before saying it'

  42. 42

    These skills are ranked by employers as the most important

  43. 43

    Clench you hands tightly for 10 seconds; then release. Next, your biceps and triceps flex for 10 seconds then release. What you have just done is an example of:

  44. 44

    Which of the following is/are the most common research mistake's?

  45. 45

    Inductive Reasoning is _____________ while Deductive Resoning is ________.

  46. 46

    One billion is equal to a million million's - this may not seem like a long time, but when you realize that one million seconds is 11 and a half days; but one billion seconds is 31 and a half years!

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    Motivating your Audience is the 2nd of the four Goals to Organizing the Introduction of your speech. Whate are the other three

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    The Valedictorian of your class gives a(n) ____________ speech.

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