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You passed this Milestone18 questions were answered correctly.7 questions were answered incorrectly.1All outlines share common characteristics and should include reference to the introduction, main points, and conclusion of a speech. Types of outlines differ in some characteristics. A(n) (A) speakingoutline may include where to pause, ask questions or present visuals.Arough draft initial preparationspeakingCONCEPTThe Preparation OutlineThe Speaking OutlineThe Rough Draft Outline2The last time Andrew gave a campaign speech, a member of the audience tweeted an inaccurate fact regarding his opponent and it created a lot of negative publicity for his campaign. He is writing a new speech to deliver at a firefighter union meeting and is worried about accuracy. Select the source of evidence would NOT help Andrew ensure accuracy in his speech.An article written by an academic compiles data on the long-term effects of unionization within fire departments since 1950.A search in the Proquest database returns an investigative series conducted by The New York Timeson the overtime pay of firefighters nationally.An anti-union lobbyistrecently wrote a press release on corruption influencing the appointment of senior positions in large fire departments.The council annual reports include the personnel and equipment costs for the fire department in the past years.CONCEPTVariations in Accuracy3Janet has been working on the final research paper for her AP US History course. She has finished her research and cited sources, but needs to complete the conclusion.
Janet wants her final words to inspire readers. She remembers a moving finalpassage from a paper her mother wrote when she was in high school. After getting permission to use the passage from her mother, Janet added it as theconclusion of her paper. Which statement about Janet’s work is accurate?Even though Janet’s teacher may not have access to the original source, this is plagiarism if Janet does not cite her mother.Janet’s teacher could have seen the original essay and will certainly be able to tell that Janet didn’t write it herself. Since the passage was not taken from a scholarly text, including them is not plagiarism.Janet asked her mother for permission first, so it is not plagiarism.CONCEPTAvoiding Plagiarism When Using the InternetVariations in Accuracy4Maryanne’s boss asked her to deliver a presentation at a national sales conference on the importance of customer relationship management systems. Select the reason why Maryanne should start with an outline as she prepares her speech.She wants to use it as a script for her speech so she won’t forget the right words when on stage.Maryanne wants her argument to be perplexing.