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0 questions were answered incorrectly . 1 Which of the following does NOT describe how narrative should be used in a speech? Your narrative should primarily communicate facts. Your narrative should help your audience relate to the topic of your speech. Your narrative should feel naturally incorporated into your speech. Your narrative should be concise. CONCEPT The Importance of Stories How and When to Use Narrative 2 Which of the following is NOT a goal of an informative speech? To educate the audience on a particular topic To convince members of the audience to change their mind To help the audience understand the complexities of your topic To make the audience remember the information in your speech CONCEPT Subjects of Informative Speeches The Goals of an Informative Speech 3 Which of the following is NOT a benefit of scoping your speech? Scoping helps the speaker to stay focused. Scoping helps the audience to understand the goal of the speech.
Scoping helps the speaker to be more entertaining. Scoping helps the speaker to inform the audience. CONCEPT Scoping Your Speech 4 In which of the following examples does a person display trait anxiety related to public speaking? When Rodrigo notices that no one in the audience laughs at his jokes, he starts to feel sick to his stomach. Jane immediately feels anxious when her teacher gives her class their first speech assignment. Brenda's hands begin to shake when she hears the moderator introduce her. Alex feels his hands get sweaty when he steps on the stage. CONCEPT Tools for Managing Trait Anxiety Tools for Managing Situational Anxiety Trait Anxiety Situational Anxiety 5 “In addition to a beautiful scent, lavender bath salts have healing properties.” Which type of transition is used in this sentence? Temporal Causality Compare and contrast
Equality CONCEPT Transitions 6 Scott is making a presentation about immigration law in front of his debate club. While speaking, Scott concentrates on reading off a word-for-word transcript of his speech. He remains slouched to one side and fails to make eye contact with his audience. When judging his performance at the end of his presentation, many of his classmates agree that they did not feel properly invested in his main argument. Scott underestimated the importance of __________ during his presentation, weakening his connection with the audience.

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