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1Lianna is an undocumented student who has asked to speak to the mayor about her experiences. She hopes to convince the mayor that undocumented immigrants should not be feared. Lianna’s speech is best identified as a persuasive speech on __________. questions of legalityquestions of factquestions of validityquestions of valueCONCEPTPersuasive Speeches on Questions of FactPersuasive Speeches on Questions of ValuePersuasive Speeches on Questions of Policy2Which one of the questions below is important to consider when choosing words to use in your speech? Am I using descriptive language?Can I use words that make me sound smarter?Did I spell everything correctly?Do I repeat any words more than once?CONCEPTThe Importance of Language3Brett has worked very hard on the main points of his speech about the role of free speech in journalism. However, he is struggling to write an introduction. What is the most helpful suggestion for Brett as he writes his introduction?
Start with a joke to help the audience relax.Show a video of a free speech rally instead of making a formal introduction.Get right to the main points of the speech.Watch good public speakers online for inspiration. CONCEPTThe Role of the IntroductionGetting Attention and Interest4Which of the following is NOT a suggested way to create an emotional appeal?Telling a personal story to engage your audience emotionally Infusing passion and energy into your deliveryCrying during key moments in your speechDelivering a speech that will gain the sympathy of your audienceCONCEPTDefining Emotional AppealProducing an Emotional Appeal5By __________, you return your audience to where you started your speech and remind them of its overarching purpose.citing your sourcesreiterating your introductiontelling a personal story
including an interesting quotationCONCEPTSummarizing IdeasThe Role of the Conclusion6Which of the following elements should NOT be included in a speaking outline?Short phrases to help guide the speakerTransitions to other topicsVisual aid cuesA transcript of the fully-delivered speechCONCEPTThe Rough Draft OutlineThe Speaking OutlineThe Preparation Outline7Emma often experienced stress during her first year of college. She spent most nights crying on the phone to her boyfriend, Kieren, who attends college in another state. She spent so much time talking to him last night that she forgot to write an assigned paper for English 101. Luckily, Kieren had written a paper on the same topic a month earlier. He emailed his paper to Emma, who changed the student name at the top of the paper to hers, and submitted it to her professor. Which statement about Emma's work is accurate?