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CHAPTER 2—ETHICS AND PUBLIC SPEAKING 30 http://www.flashcardmachine.com/r110-final-review.html http://quizlet.com/1756769/quizes-1-514-flash-cards/ http://wenku.baidu.com/view/0e74570003d8ce2f006623fa.html http://wenku.baidu.com/view/39d5d6a00029bd64783e2c0c.html http://jeopardylabs.com/play/jeopardy7316 http://wenku.baidu.com/view/208ecd40336c1eb91a375dfa.html Chapter 1 Graded Quiz This assessment is worth 10 points. 1. Which of the following strategies is least likely to help you deal with nervousness in your speeches? (1 point) a. thinking positively b. concentrating on your stage fright c. working especially hard on your introduction d. making eye contact with members of your audience e. using visual aids 2. According to your textbook, when you employ the power of visualization as a method of controlling stage fright, you should (1 point) 3. As you present your speech, you notice that many of your listeners have interested looks on their faces and are nodding their heads in agreement with your ideas. According to your textbook, these reactions by your listeners are called (1 point)
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CHAPTER 2—ETHICS AND PUBLIC SPEAKING 31 4. As Benita approached the podium, loud voices from the hallway filled the room. Before beginning her speech, she asked someone in the back of the room to close the door. In this case, Benita was dealing with (1 point) 5. What, according to your textbook, is the term for anything that impedes the communication of a message? (1 point) a. divergence b. blockage c. intrusion d. avoidance e. interference 6. Someone coughing in the audience or walking in late during a presentation are examples of what element in the speech communication process? (1 point)
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CHAPTER 2—ETHICS AND PUBLIC SPEAKING 32 7. In the midst of a speech about volcanoes, a speaker notices quizzical expressions on the faces of her listeners. In response, she says, “Let me explain that point again to make sure it's clear.” When this happens, the speaker is (1 point)
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