Speech Stuff - Coastl ine Community College S tart T ime...

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Coastline Community College Start Time: 12:28:04 PM End Time: 1:58:04 PM Time Warning 00:03:09 Question Progress 1 08 out of 1 08 Seaport Quiz I Exam: SPCH-C11 0 Final Pag 7. 50 percent or more of our communication time is spent speaking. I : 1::::. I 8. The only reason that a person may not hear well is because they are either deaf or hard of hearing False 9. Interpreting nonverbal behaviors can help clarify the speaker's messages. False << Back to Page 2 I Continue to Page 4 of 22 >> I
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Coastline Community College Start Time: 12:28:04 PM End Time: 1:58:04 PM Time Warning 00:02:59 Question Progress 1 08 out of 1 08 Seaport Quiz I Exam: SPCH-C11 0 Final 10. To inform, is an example of a general goal. @ False Pag 11. Asking audience members to respond "yes" or "no" to the question "did you vote in the last presidential election" is an example of a two-sided item. @ 0 False 12. Two-sides, multi-sided and scaled items are methods of gather data for audience analysis. 1 : False << B::u~k tn P::~n~ :\ I r.nntinu~ tn P::~n~ !\ nf 22 >> I
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Coastline Community College Start Time: 12:28:04 PM End Time: 1:58:04 PM Time Warning 00:02:45 Question Progress 1 08 out of 1 08 Seaport Quiz I Exam: SPCH-C11 0 Final Pag 16. Information place on the Internet is less reliable because no one oversees the accuracy of the information. False 17. The most specialized and recent research will come from print resources, particularly articles in periodicals. False 18. Encyclopedias are a place to begin research, but should not be tl only source consulted. False << B::u~k tn P::~n~ !\ I r.nntinu~ tn P::~n~ 7 nf 22 >> I
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Coastline Community College Start Time: 12:28:04 PM End Time: 1:58:04 PM Time Warning 00:02:12 Question Progress 1 08 out of 1 08 Seaport Quiz I Exam: SPCH-C11 0 Final Page 33. Audience contact is creating a sense of looking listeners in the e~ when speaking to large audiences. False 34. Eye contact helps the audience concentrate on the speech. @ 0 False 35. All movement you make during the speech is done with a purpost in mind. @ 0 False
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word in the speech. Fals e << Back to Page 10 I Continue to Page 12 of 22 >> I Powered by Coastline Community College
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Coastline Community College Start Time: 12:28:04 PM End Time: 1:58:04 PM Time Warning 00:01:58 Question Progress 1 08 out of 1 08 Seaport Quiz I Exam: SPCH-C11 0 Final Page 37. If the process to be demonstrated is longer than the available tim the speaker should not waste that time on the demonstration. I : ITrue False 38. In demonstration speeches, you organize the steps into a time- ordered hierarchy. I : ITrue False 39. Process speeches can either be organized chronologically or topically. I : ITrue False
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is a good example of an informative speech. @ 0
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