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2/12/2021Sophia :: Welcome1/13UNIT 2 — MILESTONE 2Score25/25You passed this Milestone25 questions were answered correctly.1Lila did not feel comfortable using __________ when researching her history paper because she could notverify that they were credible.scholarly sourcesbooksacademic journalsblog postsCONCEPTSources of Information 2Miranda is preparing to make a speech to the school board about healthy lunch options for the high schoolcafeteria. She has scoped her speech, and knows that there are some points she should remove.Which of the following points does NOT fit in a well-scoped speech?The impact of climate change on available varieties of vegetables in the areaThe number and types of nutrients recommended for high school students
2/12/2021Sophia :: Welcome2/13The cost of stocking the cafeteria with fresh fruitThe nutritional information for two slices of pizzaCONCEPTScoping Your Speech 3Which of the following does NOT describe how narrative should be used in a speech?Your narrative should help your audience create a mental picture.Your narrative should be used to accomplish a specific purpose in your speech.Your narrative should build so that you hold your audience’s attention until the end of the story.Your narrative should be used instead of information in your speech.CONCEPTHow and When to Use Narrative The Importance of Stories 4In which of the following examples does the speaker use a definition?Nathan uses the second main point of his speech to inform the audience that adopting a pet involveschoosing to care for a pet that has had a previous home, but needs a new one.Brandon asks a student in the audience to help him demonstrate the proper way to stretch your calves aftera football game.Maria tells her audience about the roller coaster of emotions she experienced after giving birth to her firstchild.
2/12/2021Sophia :: Welcome3/13Maya begins her speech to new families at the daycare center by acknowledging that finding a good careprovider is like finding a needle in a haystack.CONCEPTVisual Demonstrations Definitions Analogies 5Which of the following statements describes a necessary component of a speech about reducing carbonemissions?Light jokes to keep the audience at ease before discussing some of the grave consequences of globalwarmingA digression in the middle of the speech about the other possible causes of recent climate changeAnecdotes about seeing the effects of increased carbon emissions on locations such as public parks andbeachesTransitions that summarize the significance of different sets of statistics while linking them to an overallpoint about emissionsCONCEPTTransitions 6Kevin wore a wireless headset equipped with a microphone during his seminar because he knew__________ would be important in such a large auditorium.