Chapter 15 - Name: _ Date: _ 1. How is deliberation best...

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Name: __________________________ Date: _____________ 1. How is deliberation best defined? A) considering all sides of an issue before a decision is made B) considering one side of an issue before a decision is made C) fact finding about an issue D) partial consideration of an issue 2. Which of the following statements is true of persuasive speaking but not informative speaking? A) expands awareness B) offers choices C) advocates for an option D) teaches us something 3. How is the use of supporting material different in a persuasive speech from the use of supporting material in an informative speech? A) supports the main points B) justifies advice C) increases ethos D) illustrates points being made 4. What type of appeal is most appropriate in persuasive speaking? A) logic B) feeling C) credibility D) authority 5. What obligations are even more important in persuasive speaking than in informative speaking? A) ethical B) transitory C) grammatical D) summary Page 1
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6. What is a verbal “trial by fire”? A) advocacy B) prediction C) debate D) refutation 7. Consciousness raising is also known as what? A) understanding B) awareness C) agreement D) integration 8. What is the ultimate goal of persuasion? A) enactment B) awareness C) agreement D) integration 9. What may be the result if a speaker proposes too much change in his or her persuasive appeal? A)
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