110. "This morning I will discuss the scientific, therapeutic, physiological facts and myths aboutthe effects and the effectiveness of alternative medicine" is an example of which function of aspeech introduction? a. previewing your key ideas. b. establishing the importance of the topic. c. getting your audience's attention. d. establishing your credibility to speak on the topic. e. stating your topic. 111. Which of the following is usually the last step of an effective speech introduction?
112. A person who says "acrost" instead of "across" is making which type of articulation error? 113. If the purpose of your speech is to describe the components or parts of a place or object,what organizational structure is appropriate? 114. The step of the "4 S's" that requires the most time for a speaker to accomplish is a. signposting the idea. b. supporting the idea. c. stating the idea. d. summarizing the idea. 115. Ruriko wants to persuade her audience of the need to preserve our national parks. Sheorganizes her research into three categories: 1) the authoritative purpose of the national parksystem, 2) what conditions currently exist in our national parks, and 3) what alternatives areavailable to preserve the parks for future generations. What division would you recommendRuriko use? 116. Which of the following is not a specific purpose statement for a speech to inform? 117. Which of the following elements would not help you bring a speech to a satisfyingpsychological conclusion?
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