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Study Guide: Test #5 1. What are "facts" and "statistics"? Why and how should we use them in speeches? 2. What is "testimony" (and the various types)? How/why do we use testimony in speeches? 3. What is a "definition"? How/why do we use them? 4. What is an "example"? Distinguish between the types of examples and how/why we use each in a speech. 5. How are comparisons/contrasts/analogies used in supporting a point? 6. Know the guidelines for deciding what support material to use and what critical questions to ask about your audience in this process.
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Unformatted text preview: 7. What are the advantages and disadvantages of using presentation aids? 8. What types of presentation aids are commonly used in speeches? How might each of these be potentially helpful or problematic? 9. Know the advice about how to design visual aids (text and lecture). Consider the Principles of Design. 10. Identify the tips for integrating presentation aids into a speech. Vocabulary Builder Didactic Furtive Concur Rancor Guile Credo Cogitate Austere Largess Languid/Languor Epigraph...
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