ENGL6100 - Purposive Communication 2

 


Extemporaneous speeches are delivered with little or no preparation.

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Rate refers to how fast or slow we speak.

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Pauses are long breaks we take during the delivery of a speech.

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Eye contact is vital in delivering speeches as it helps us establish a relationship with the audience.

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Enunciation deals with the physical production of speech sound.

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Good delivery is a science.

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Short speeches can be recited from memory.

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Movement is associated with hand actions.

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Extemporaneous speaking involves preparation and practice

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Vocal variety can communicate emotions, importance and attitude of the speaker towards the speech. 

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Which delivery involves following a 4-step method?

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 Correct _____ is about attracting the audience to our message.

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Lucas (2009) believes that sloppy articulation is also caused byCorrect.

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Correct is the distinct characteristic of pronunciation, grammar and accent.

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The first impression our listeners make is highly dependent on ourCorrect_____.

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We always need toCorrect our speech nefpre the actual speaking paengagement.

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Correct _____ refers to the changes in volume, pitch and rate that we employduring delivery

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 Correct refers to how we say words. Not doing it properly can end up being a distraction to the audience.

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Pacing and posture are examples of ourCorrect.

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Practicing gives us a chance to refine andCorrect the speech.

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Which of the following is not part of the 5-step method we should follow when practicing?

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When the president needs to give a speech, what method of delivery should be used?

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Which is not an attribute of the speaker’s body language?

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Which of the following is not a characteristic of good delivery?

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Which method of delivery is meant to lift the burden of recalling our points, so we can focus on communicating and relating to our audience?

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Which method of delivery is supposedly the most nerve wracking?

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Which of the following is an attribute of the speaker’s voice?

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Executing _____ properly is partly attributed to common sense, and partly experience (Lucas, 2009).

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Which method of delivery allows us to adapt to varying situations, and gives us the opportunity to be more dynamic and conversational with ourdelivery

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 If there is a disconnect between our words and actions, the listeners are likely to believe our _____.

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 What is not an example of a connective?

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What must we avoid when making the speaking outline?

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 What kind of example is referred to as narratives, illustrations, or anecdotes?

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What do we need to avoid in making the preparation outline?

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 What is not an objective of an introduction?

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Which of the following is a function of the conclusion?

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Which of the following is not a function of statistics?

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Which of the following is not an example of how we can arrange ideas?

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Which is considered a supporting material?

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 Which is not a technique used in preparing the main points?

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Internal Summary is the statement that gives our audience a preview of the next main point that will be discussed.

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The introduction and conclusion are made before the main body of the speech.

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Connectives are used to connect ideas to each other.

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Testimony and examples are an example of connectives.

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The introduction is meant to get the attention of the audience.

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Examples can be used to show the “magnitude or seriousness of an issue”

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Topical order can be used to arrange ideas in a directional pattern.

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We must balance the time allotted for all the main points.

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 The Problem-solution order can be used for informative speeches.

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 The preparation outline is made and detailed as we research and prepare for the speech.

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TheCorrect outline is developed to help us in the delivery of our speech.

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This type of order shows the audience the cause and effect relationship of two distinct things.

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 Correct are “specific cases used to illustrate or to represent a group of people, ideas, conditions, experiences, or the like”

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The term used to refer to very brief statements that tell the audience where we are at in the speech (Lucas, 2009).

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TheCorrect allows us to reiterate all our main points before we end the speech.

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Each main point reflects justCorrect idea or theme.

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Correct “is the process of putting ideas and information together in a way that will make sense to listeners”

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It is a kind of connective that indicates the end of a point, and the start of a new one. 

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It is an imaginary example that we can use to drive a point.

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TheCorrect is the part of the speech where we can establish our credibilityand goodwill

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Examples can be used to show the “magnitude or seriousness of an issue”

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Connectives are used to connect ideas to each other.

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 Internal Summary is the statement that gives our audience a preview of the next main point that will be discussed.

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 Topical order can be used to arrange ideas in a directional pattern.

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The introduction is meant to get the attention of the audience.

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The preparation outline is made and detailed as we research and preparefor the speech

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The introduction and conclusion are made before the main body of the speech.

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Testimony and examples are an example of connectives.

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We must balance the time allotted for all the main points.

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 The Problem-solution order can be used for informative speeches.

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Correct are “specific cases used to illustrate or to represent a group of people, ideas, conditions, experiences, or the like”

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TheCorrect outline is developed to help us in the delivery of our speech.

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 TheCorrect allows us to reiterate all our main points before we end the speech.

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This type of order shows the audience the cause and effect relationship of two distinct things.

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 Incorrect “is the process of putting ideas and information together in a way that will make sense to listeners”

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It is an imaginary example that we can use to drive a point.

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It is a kind of connective that indicates the end of a point, and the start of a new one.

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The term used to refer to very brief statements that tell the audience where we are at in the speech (Lucas, 2009).  

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TheCorrect is the part of the speech where we can establish our credibility and goodwill.

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 Each main point reflects justCorrect idea or theme.

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Which of the following is not an example of how we can arrange ideas?

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What kind of example is referred to as narratives, illustrations, or anecdotes?

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Which of the following is not a function of statistics?

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What is not an example of a connective?

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Which is not a technique used in preparing the main points?

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What is not an objective of an introduction?

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What must we avoid when making the speaking outline?

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Which of the following is a function of the conclusion?

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Checking if the article is up-to-date is evaluating its recency.

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 Internet research acts as a replacement to Library research

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Yearbooks are sources we can find in the library that tell us about the lives of crucial people.

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Government Resources help us find publications, and can also provide us with up-to-date statistical analysis of population and weather trends.

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During Interviews it is okay to ask questions that are not part of our prepared list of questions so long as these are still relevant to the topic.

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Deciding to record the Interview is something that needs to be determined during the interview.

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Internet sources may not be as credible as that of resources found in the library.

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 Starting research late is advisable.

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The interview is process is over once we say goodbye to our interviewee.

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Clarifying statements or asking follow up questions are signs that we are listening carefully to the interviewee.

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 Google is an example of aCorrect _____.

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 Once the interview is done, we must review our notes andCorrect our recordings, if we have any.

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We can enclose key phrases inCorrect _____ as it can help generate moreaccurate results from Internet searches, and can narrow down the list ofreferences

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Correct needs to be evaluated for Internet sources since not all writers or Autpublishers are credible sources of information.

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If the interviewee refuses to beCorrect, we need to be prepared to take down notes manually.

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Difficult questions must be phrased in a neutral way, and must be asked towards theCorrect of the interview.

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Correct _____  are websites designed to merge Internet research and library research.

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In doing library research, it is best to consult theCorrect for recommended books.

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Incorrect _____ is a method of gathering information. It takes a lot of skill,practice and hard work to be able to execute it well.

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Correct are questions that might be offensive to the interviewee.

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 Almanacs are a form of what kind of book?

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Which of the following is not something that needs to be done before an interview?

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 In evaluating sources from the Internet, what do we need to check?

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 What questions are not acceptable in interviews?

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 Which of the following is not a Specialized Research Resource?

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Which of the following is not done during the interview?

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When are the reviewing notes and transcribing done?

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 Which of the following are found in libraries?

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Doing a background check on the website, and determining if it is biased or not is a form of evaluating the Internet source’s _____.

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Data sampling is a more qualitative way of surveying the audience.

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We need to consider the audience’s disposition towards the topic in making the speech.

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Audience centeredness means developing a relationship with the audience so they identify with us, and vice versa.

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Open ended questions give fixed choices, and the person answering merely needs to choose one amongst the options.

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We need to assess the importance of these demographics to the speaking situation we are in.

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Good public speakers are message centered.

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Age and gender setting are types of demographic audience analyses

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Egocentrism is something to be considered in audience analysis.

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 Identification is when we are mindful of the audience when making the speech.

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Situational audience analysis considers the make up of the audience, by looking into its members.

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Change in pace or volume is an example of adjusting orCorrect to the audience during the speech.

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 These types of questions give the person answering more flexibility, but the answers are still dictated. We merely need to choose amongst options, depending on the scale or intervals given.

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Correct  is “among the most emotionally charge and emotionally defended ofall human concerns”

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 It specifically identifies certain traits of our audience that is unique to each speaking engagement.

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This technique is as simple as using your 5 senses to make inferences about the audience.

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MODIFIED TRUE OR FALSE. Write True if the statement is correct. If not, type False, followed by the correct word.

 

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Good public speakers are message centered.

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MODIFIED TRUE OR FALSE. Write True if the statement is correct. If not, type False, followed by the correct word.

 

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Situational audience analysis considers the make up of the audience, by looking into its members.

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MODIFIED TRUE OR FALSE. Write True if the statement is correct. If not, type False, followed by the correct word.

 

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We need to consider the audience’s disposition towards the topic in making the speech.

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MODIFIED TRUE OR FALSE. Write True if the statement is correct. If not, type False, followed by the correct word.

 

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Survey is a good technique in getting information because we learn our respondents thoughts directly. 

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Fixed alternative questions give fixed choices, and the person answering merely needs to choose one amongst the options.

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We need to assess the importance of these demographics to the speaking situation we are in.

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Egocentrism is something to be considered in audience analysis.

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MODIFIED TRUE OR FALSE. Write True if the statement is correct. If not, type False, followed by the correct word.

 

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Size and physical setting are types of demographic audience analyses

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MODIFIED TRUE OR FALSE. Write True if the statement is correct. If not, type False, followed by the correct word.

 

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Audience centeredness means developing a relationship with the audience so they identify with us, and vice versa.

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MODIFIED TRUE OR FALSE. Write True if the statement is correct. If not, type False, followed by the correct word.

 

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We are audience centered when we are mindful of the audience when making the speech.

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IDENTIFICATION: 

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IDENTIFICATION.

This technique is as simple as using your 5 senses to make inferences about the audience.

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IDENTIFICATION.

These types of questions give the person answering more flexibility. They can give detailed answers, but we also risk getting answers we do not necessarily need.

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Change in pace or volume is an example of adjusting orCorrect to the audience during the speech.

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The of the speech must be relevant to the audience.

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The technique of brainstorming that involves listing specific topics under certain categories.

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The_____ reflects what you want to say in the speech.

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The specific purpose needs to be written in the form of ansentence.

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We must avoid usinglanguage in making the specific purpose of as peech.

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Thepurpose determines whether your speech will be informative or persuasive.

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What is the first recommended technique when brainstorming for a topic?

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The_____ should reflect what you want to achieve in the speech.

 

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What term is used for the statement you want your audience to remember after the speech?

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The role we assume when delivering a persuasive speech is an _

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MODIFIED TRUE OR FALSE. Write True if the statement is correct. If not, type False, followed by the correct word.

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The specific purpose includes the main points that will be discussed in the speech.

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MODIFIED TRUE OR FALSE. Write True if the statement is correct. If not, type False, followed by the correct word.

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The specific purpose includes two ideas.

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MODIFIED TRUE OR FALSE. Write True if the statement is correct. If not, type False, followed by the correct word.

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We need to determine early on if the speech can be delivered within the specified time given to us.

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MODIFIED TRUE OR FALSE. Write True if the statement is correct. If not, type False, followed by the correct word.

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The central idea needs to be more precise than the specific idea.

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MODIFIED TRUE OR FALSE. Write True if the statement is correct. If not, type False, followed by the correct word.

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The six topics we can use for clustering are People, Places, Events, Natural Phenomena, Things, Processes, Concepts, Solutions and Plans.

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MODIFIED TRUE OR FALSE. Write True if the statement is correct. If not, type False, followed by the correct word.

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Internet search means looking for possible topics in magazines,newspapers, encyclopedias, etc.

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MODIFIED TRUE OR FALSE. Write True if the statement is correct. If not, type False, followed by the correct word.

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The purpose of the speech should not be too technical or too superficial.

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MODIFIED TRUE OR FALSE. Write True if the statement is correct. If not, type False, followed by the correct word.

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The purpose of the speech should be relevant to the audience.

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MODIFIED TRUE OR FALSE. Write True if the statement is correct. If not, type False, followed by the correct word.

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The central idea is also called the thesis statement.

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MODIFIED TRUE OR FALSE. Write True if the statement is correct. If not, type False, followed by the correct word.

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The role of a speaker when delivering a speech is that of an educator.

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The technique of brainstorming that involves listing specific topics under certain categories.

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 TheCorrect purpose determines whether your speech will be informative or persuasive.

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 What term is used for the statement you want your audience to remember after the speech?

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The central idea is also called the thesis statement.

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Internet search means looking for possible topics in magazines,newspapers, encyclopedias, etc.

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The specific purpose includes the main points that will be discussed in the speech.

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We need to determine early on if the speech can be delivered within the specified time given to us.

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 The central idea needs to be more precise than the specific idea.

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The specific purpose includes two ideas

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 The role of a speaker when delivering a speech is that of an educator.

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The six topics we can use for clustering are People, Places, Events, Natural Phenomena, Things, Processes, Concepts, Solutions and Plans.

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 The purpose of the speech should not be too technical or too superficial.

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 The purpose of the speech should be relevant to the audience.

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Lets try clustering ideas. Group the words below in the category they should belong to. Arrange the answers in alphabetical order vertically.