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3.Katie presented what she thought was a detailed speech about new dental techniques to a group of dental hygienists. After the presentation, Katie found out that her remarks were so general that the hygienists felt they hadn't learned anything worthwhile. Which aspect of the audience did Katie neglect to analyze prior to giving her presentation? A.how much the audience knowsB. the audience's personal preferencesC. the size of the groupD. demographic characteristicsIf you take time to find out in advance how much the audience knows, you will have a better shot at success in your presentation.Adler - Chapter 09 #3Topic: Analyzing the Situation: Analyzing the Audience
4.During a speech to a group of animal rights activists, Tiago, who is an enthusiastic hunter, talked about his proposal for opening the deer hunt 12 months a year rather than only during a 1-month season. Not surprisingly, Tiago's speech was not well received. According to the text, which of the following did Tiago neglect to consider prior to giving this presentation? Adler - Chapter 09 #4Topic: Analyzing the Situation: Analyzing the Audience5.Which of the following was NOT identified in the textbook as a demographic characteristic of the audience? Adler - Chapter 09 #5Topic: Analyzing the Situation: Analyzing the Audience6.As you analyze yourself as a speaker, it's recommended that you ask yourself all of the following questions EXCEPT Adler - Chapter 09 #6Topic: Analyzing the Situation: Analyzing Yourself as the Speaker7.For a public speaking class, Kim selected "the ethics of cell stem research" as her topic for a persuasive speech. While she was giving the speech to the class, it became apparent that she did not believe in the position she was attempting to persuade the audience to accept. According to the text, which of the following aspects did Kim neglect to analyze prior to developing this presentation for class? A. the personal preferences of the audienceB. the speaker's knowledge of the topicC. the listeners' attitudesD.the speaker's feelings about the topicIf you choose a topic you are enthusiastic about, you will have a better shot at success in your presentation.