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Unformatted text preview: Anthony was concerned with being __________ when preparing his informative speech because he wanted to tailor his message to the interests, desires, and needs of the audience. Choose one answer. A. rhetorically sensitive B. conversational C. empowering D. audience centered Question 2 Stealing or passing off the ideas and words of another as ones own is called _____________________. Choose one answer. A. attribution B. plagiarism C. licentiousness D. paraphrasing E. noneof the above Question 3 The _____ is the overall framework of your speech and includes the introduction, body, conclusion, and transitions. Choose one answer. A. microstructure B. macrostructure C. speaking effectiveness process model D. content Question 4 Kenneth received a poor grade for his informative speech because his instructor noticed that he only gathered information from the first or second paragraph of the sources he cited during his speech. The _____ of his research was poor because he did not provide enough details from his evidence. Choose one answer. A. breadth B. depth C. scope D. analysis Question 5 In Western European cultures, audience feedback is primarily _________. Choose one answer. A. visceral B. non-verbal C. visual D. verbal E. none of the above Question 6 John decides to add some background material for his informative speech on current trends in Internet usage after discovering that the majority of the audience members do not own computers. What concept does Johns decision illustrate? Choose one answer. A. plagiarism B. speaker credibility C. feedback D. audience analysis E. none of the above Question 7 During her introduction, Julia told an amusing story and the audience responded with laughter. This laughter is a form of: Choose one answer. A. audience analysis B. audience responsiveness C. audience effectiveness D. audience feedback Question 8 Michael was focused on the __________ of his speech as he practiced because he was paying attention to the specific language and style choices he was making. Choose one answer. A. microstructure B. macrostructure C. content D. model Question 9 The ______________________________ is comprised of moods, feelings, attitudes, and beliefs of individual audience members. Choose one answer. A. psychological setting B. cultural setting C. historical setting D. physical setting E. noneof the above Question 10 Audience applause during a speech is an example of ________________. Choose one answer. A. audience feedback B. physical setting C. inappropriate behavior D. ethics E. noneof the above Audience applause during a speech is an example of ________________. Choose one answer. A. audience feedback B. physical setting C. inappropriate behavior D. ethics E. noneof the above Question 2 The _____ is the overall framework of your speech and includes the introduction, body, conclusion, and transitions....
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This note was uploaded on 09/27/2011 for the course PUBLIC SPE 1101 taught by Professor Mark during the Spring '11 term at University of Minnesota Duluth.

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