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CONCEPTThe Goals of a Persuasive Speech: Convincing, Actuation, and StimulationPersuasive vs. Informative SpeakingDefining a Persuasive Speech14Which of the following sentences does not indicate a transition within a speech?“Furthermore, the use of knuckles as locomotive aids shows the biological connections betweenapes and humans.”“On the other hand, some breeds of dogs can be good caregivers for young children and theelderly.”“Imagine you are on a boat in which there are three people (including you), but only one lifejacket.”“Next, please direct your attention to the recycling location maps in the center of each table.”CONCEPTComponents of a Speech: Main Points, Introduction, Conclusion, and Transitions15Jeffery has just returned from a six-week backpacking trip along the Camino de Santiago inSpain. He is presenting at a local college on the benefits of traveling abroad.
Jeffery’s credibility can best be described as(A) Credibility from experience.ACredibility by association Credibility from self-presentation Credibility from experienceCredibility from trainingCONCEPTDefining CredibilityTypes and Elements of CredibilityBuilding CredibilityEthical Usage16The Asian American Society of Political Scientists is hosting an awards banquet and asked Lisa topresent the “Newcomer of the Year” category.Select the correct answer that completes the sentence and correctly describes the importance oflanguage and delivery.Lisa focuses on improving her word choice and delivery because:Word choice matters much more than nonverbal communication to the audience.She wants to use sophisticated vocabulary that demonstrates her intelligence and education.She wants to vary her pitch as much as possible.
Her pitch inflection tends to be monotone, which makes her message less interesting andexciting.CONCEPTThe Importance of Language17Which of the following is an example of an abstract description?
CONCEPTVariations in Abstraction18It is important to making the purpose of your speech clear.For (A) Persuasivespeeches, expect your audience to have opinions about your topic, andpresent information that best supports your point of view.
ACommemorative Graduation Persuasive InformativeCONCEPTChoosing the Main PointsHighlighting the Main Points19Which of the following is not a good reason to outline?
CONCEPTReasons to Outline20LaDawn needs to convince a group of reluctant parents from her son’s school to form afundraising committee. First, she needs to convince them that the school’s computers andsoftware need updating and that they will have to raise the money themselves. This will be thefirst time anyone has done fundraising in the school.

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