Which of the following would be an example of a thesis statement a The Danger

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20.Which of the following would be an example of a thesis statement? a.“The Danger of Bog Turtle Extinction”b.To persuadec.At the end of my speech, my audience will be convinced that zoning laws should prohibitbuilding on bog turtle habitats.”d.“Bog turtle habitats must be protected because the species is nearly extinct, their habitats aresensitive to intrusions, and building development will almost certainly wipe out the remaining populationof turtles.” 21.Which of the following is not true about the main points of a speech? 22.Bess want to show audience members three ways life will be different in the future based on current scientific research. She will most likely be using which type of organizational pattern? 23.“Now that we have seen some of the symptoms of heart disease, let’s look at some of the treatments,” is most accurately described as a 24.Nadia is giving a speech about how some of the inventions created for space exploration have become products we use in everyday life. Most likely, she will select which method of arrangement?
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a.Problem-solutionb.Spatialc.Chronologicald.Topicale.Cause-effect 25.In a topical speech, the main points are listed in order of when they happened. 26.Internal previews tell the audience what to expect, and they help keep your audience on track. 27.As you listen to a speech about campus crime, you relate the speaker’s ideas to your own knowledge, goals, and experience. According to your textbook, you are filtering the speech through your own 28.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 a.building her credibility.b.adapting to audience feedback.c.compensating for the situation.d.interpreting the audience’s frame of reference.e.adjusting the channel.
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