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Quiz 2 CMST 3060 Advanced Public Speaking 1. In creating a presentation for her co-workers about the stress-reducing benefits of yoga, Whitney found herself trying to come up with a clear and concise way to arrange all of her information. Based on criteria found in your textbook, choose the best list of Main Points for Whitney's speech MP1 - Yoga is peaceful; MP2 - Yoga is invigorating; MP3 - Yoga is healthy 2. a specific purpose statement is the goal of the speech but is not stated in the speech itself 3. TOF When choosing words for one's speech, it is important to ensure that the connotative meanings of the words (the literal or dictionary definitions) are appropriate for the audience. False 4. One of the most effective strategies for creating a lasting impression in a speech is _________. repetition 5. Former presidential speechwriter Peggy Noonan wrote,"Good hard simple words with good hard clear meanings are good things to use when you speak. They are like pickets in a fence, slim and unimpressive on their own but sturdy and effective when strung together."This statements refers to the guiding principle of ____________ in effective speech writing. simplicity 6. Molly has decided to give her informative speech this semester in CMST 3060 on the topic of the three most popular retirement communities in America. Selecting this specific topic is appropriate because of the research she gathered that showed most
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