SPEECH FINAL QUESTIONS - SPCH-C110 Final Page 1 2....

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SPCH-C110 Final Page 1 2. Purchasing or borrowing a speech prepared by another person as if were your own without attribution is called paraphrasing. True False 3. Aristotle said that the audience is the end and object of the speech. True False 4. You should never consider the audience's interests when planning your speech. True False 5. Which of the following is considered to be the number one reason an individual was not hired for a job ?? cant find in book Did not have enough activities on resume' was unwilling to transfer to different office gender bias unwillinfness to start at bottom poorly dressed 6. Organized speeches help audiences remember the information better. True False 8. The critical analysis of a speech will help listeners determine if they believe what they have learned. True
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False 10. Creating listener relevance links is a way to suggest how and why they ideas you offer are of interest to yours listeners. True False 11. A subject is a more specific aspect of a topic. True False 12. Brainstorming involves evaluating topics as you list them. True False 13. If your audience believes that you are concerned with their interests, you will establish trustworthiness with them. True False 14. By comparing new ideas with familiar ones, speakers can help their audience understand any unknown speech material. True False 15. A speaker can appear more knowledgeable by using complex words that are unfamiliar to his/her audience. True False 16. The bibliographic information you collect from your sources will be the same regardless of the type of source you are using. True
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False 17. Wikipedia would be considered a far more reliable source than a scholarly journal. True False 18. Conducting an experiment to test a hypothesis you have is an example of primary research. True False 19. A speech about the sequential steps involved in assembling a personal computer would likely be organized using the time order pattern. True False 20. Thesis statements should always state the main points of your speech. True False 21. The number of main points should be limited to help audience members keep track of ideas. True False 22. The only two methods for organizing a source list are alphabetically and chronologically. True False 23. Telling a joke during your introduction has no risk associated with it. True
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False 24. Depending on the type of speech, a source list may not be necessary. True False 25. A word chart is used to preview, review, or highlight important ideas covered in a speech. True False 26. Handouts are best used when handed out in the middle of your speech. True False 28. Visual aids do not help the audience to remember the information. True False 29. Casual swearing will not be frowned upon by the audience, but rather seen as an attempt to create a more realistic approach. True
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