chapter 3 public speaking - Ramiro was receiving comments...

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Ramiro was receiving comments such as "slow down" and "too short" on his speech critiques. Which guideline for constructive critiques would help him improve his speech making? Choose one answer. A. offer specific observation B. offer observations about what speaker did before observations about C. what speaker could do D. explain how observations impacted the speech E. offer critiques from a personal perspective Question 2 According to most studies, the majority of our communication time is spent ____. Choose one answer. A. reading B. writing C. listening D. speaking Question 3 If a listener mentally asks, "Was enough evidence presented to support that position?" he/she is assessing the ____ of the speech. Choose one answer. A. quality of structure B. quality of delivery C. speaker credibility D. quality of content Question 4 During critiques, a speaker discovers that his/her enthusiasm and eye contact had a positive impact on the audience? What was the audience evaluating? Choose one answer.
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A. the speech's content B. the speech's structure C. the speech's delivery Question 5 Which of the following is an effective comment about a speech? Choose one answer. A. "nice transitions" B. "boring introduction" C. "great gestures" D. none of the above Question 6 In a speech on hand-tossed pizza, a speaker presents a list of very detailed steps to making a pizza by hand, and follows with precise examples. If a listener is wondering, "Is this speaker an expert on hand-tossed pizza? How?" he/she is questioning ____. Choose one answer. A. quality of content B. quality of delivery C. speaker credibility D. quality of structure Question 7 An evaluation of a speech should be based primarily on ____. Choose one answer. A. how professional the speaker appears to be B. whether the audience likes the speech C. how well the speaker has met specific criteria D. whether the audience retains the speech
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Question 8 By the final main point, one audience member notices that hardly any supporting information was used to develop the speech, and that the speaker had simply rushed through the body. What is the audience member evaluating? Choose one answer. A. the speech's content B. the speech's structure C. the speech's delivery Question 9 Altering posture, leaning forward, and establishing eye contact are all ways to ____. Choose one answer. A. get physically ready to listen B. adjust to the listening goals of the situation C. take good notes D. promote memorization of speech content Question 10 Stating the speaker's message in your own words, using the meanings you have assigned to them, is called ____. Choose one answer. A. retaining B. recoding C. plagiarizing D. paraphrasing The process of evaluating what was said in order to determine its completeness, usefulness, and trustworthiness is called ____. Choose one answer.
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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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chapter 3 public speaking - Ramiro was receiving comments...

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