Chapter 13
Informative Speaking
Chapter 14
Persuasive Speaking
Chapter 15
Understanding Argument
Chapter 16
Distance Speaking &
Media Appearance
Chapter 17
Special Occassion
&
Group Presentation
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What is informative speaking?

A) Used to raise awareness, increase knowledge and deepens understanding about a topic.

B) Intended to entertain and amuse the audience without focusing on knowledge or awareness.

C) A form of persuasive communication solely aimed at  convincing the audience to adopt a specific viewpoint.

A) Used to raise awareness, increase knowledge and deepens understanding about a topic.

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What is Effective Persuasion?

A) The speaker‘s ability to convince the audience to follow the recommendations or instructions made in the speech.

B) The speaker's use of flashy visuals and entertaining anecdotes in the speech.

C) The speaker's skill in speaking loudly and using authoritative body language to command attention.

A) The speaker‘s ability to convince the audience to follow the recommendations or instructions made in the speech.

100

What is understanding argument?

A) The ability to observe the natural world dispassionately and use logic to draw valid inferences about what is observed.

B) A talent for creating fictional narratives without any reliance on evidence or logic.

C) A tendency to rely solely on emotions and personal beliefs when forming opinions about the natural world.

A) The ability to observe the natural world dispassionately and use logic to draw valid inferences about what is observed.

100

What are the different types of Distant Speaking? Choose one answer that correctly gives one example of Distant Speaking.

A) Video.

B) Email.

C) Text Message.

A) Video.

100

What do tributes, toasts, and acceptance all have in common?

A) They are informative speeches.

B) They are persuasive speeches.

C) They are special occasion speeches.

C) They are special occasion speeches.

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You may have to use different words or phrases, depending on the audiences age range. Why?

A) You don‘t, use your own grammar style and keep talking about your speech.

B) It will help you ensure effective communication and maintaining engagement from the audience.

C) The audience should already know what type of word and grammar you are going to use.


B) It will help you ensure effective communication and maintaining engagement from the audience.

200

This question has two parts. Answer part A first then part B.
Which of the following is the definition of a positive audience?

A) Informed about your topic but holds an unfavorable view of it.

B) Informed about your topic and has a favorable view on it.

C) Informed about your topic but splits in its views.

D) Unfamiliar with your topic and therefore have no opinion of it.

E) Know about your topic but have no interest in it.

B) Informed about your topic and has a favorable view on it.

200

Which of the following are parts of an argument?

A) Conclusion, Hypothesis, Data.

B) Statement, Example, Observation.

C) Claim, Evidence, Reasoning.

C) Claim, Evidence, Reasoning.

200

Which of the following shows the specifics to a video speech?

A) Minimal slides, Clean cut.

B) Natural light, High position.

C) Little to no Background.

B) Natural light, High position.

200

Which of the following is a CORRECT example of a tip for when making a toast?

A) Don‘t make eye contact, make it short. 

B) Short and upbeat remarks.

C) Include a personal story, enter your audience for awhile. 

B) Short and upbeat remarks.

300

Pick TWO answer choices that correctly describe a organizational pattern for informative speaking.

A) Chronological Pattern

B) Personal Experiences Pattern

C) Cause & Effect Pattern

D) Bibliography Pattern

E) Problem & Solution Pattern

A) Chronological Pattern

AND

C) Cause & Effect Pattern

300

True or False!

Persuasion does not imply choices. Coercion does.

False!

Persuasion does imply choices, Coercion doesn’t.

300

True of False!

A Fallacy is an error in making an argument.

True!

300

Why should a graphical distant speech include the following: minimal slides, clear cut, clear visuals?

A) To ensure your audience knows what you’re talking about. 

B) To entertain your audience with a funny video.

C) To demonstrate how to give a speech.

A) To ensure your audience knows what you’re talking about.

300

What is the difference between Small Groups and Group Presentations?

A) Small groups typically involve a collaborative discussion among limited number of people. On the other hand, group presentations involve a much larger team.

B) Small groups primarily focus on individual tasks, while group presentations emphasize collective decision-making.

C) Small groups are exclusively face-to-face interactions, whereas group presentations rely on virtual communication platforms.

A) Small groups typically involve a collaborative discussion among limited number of people. On the other hand, group presentations involve a much larger team.

400

Which of the following are considered informative speeches? Pick TWO answer choices.

A) Speeches About Processes.

B) Speeches About Emotions Or Feelings.

C) Speeches About Inanimate Objects. 

D) Speeches About People/Living Creatures.

E) Speeches About Fictional Events Or Imaginary Scenarios.

A) Speeches About Processes. 

AND

D) Speeches About People/Living Creatures.

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Which of the following are parts to an effective persuasion speech?

A) Memorizing every word, Using complicated jargon

B) Knowing your audience, Different claims, Defining persuasion.

C) Ignoring audience feedback, Focusing only on emotional appeals


B) Knowing your audience, Different claims, Defining persuasion.

400

Which of the answer choices below displays a correct example of a Fallacy in a claim?

A) The Slippery-Slope Fallacy 

B) The Sunshine Fallacy

C) The Jumping to Conclusions Fallacy

A) The Slippery-Slope Fallacy

400

Which of the answer choices best represents a tip for media appearance?

A) Being unprepared and looking disheveled.

B) Ignoring the importance of appearance.

C) Ready and Presentable. 


C) Ready and Presentable.

400

What is the symposium format order process?

A) “Topic, Read, Speak!”

B) “Read, Dividing, Speak!”

C) “Topic, Dividing, Speak!”

D) “Dividing, Read, Speak!”

C) “Topic, Dividing, Speak!”

500

Why should competent informative speaking have to be meaningful, accurate, clear and limited, depending on your audience?

A) Competent informative speaking should have the following, therefore the audience can be entertained rather than focusing on comprehension.

B) Competent informative speaking should have the following because it’s irrelevant whether the audience comprehend or finds interest in your speech.

C) Competent informative speaking should have the following therefore the audience members can comprehend and find an interest in your speech.

C) Competent informative speaking should have the following therefore the audience members can comprehend and find an interest in your speech.

500

Why should you include the following claims: questions of fact, questions of value and questions of policy into your speech?

A) Memorizing your entire speech, Sticking to one type of claim.

B)  Including different types of claims in your speech makes your arguments stronger and more flexible.

C) Focusing only on emotional appeals, Avoiding any mention of solutions.


B)  Including different types of claims in your speech makes your arguments stronger and more flexible.

500

Which of the following defines what do fallacies in claims, evidence and reasoning all have in common?

A) They're all tools that enhance the persuasiveness of an argument.

B) They're all elements that strengthen the validity of an argument.

C) They're all things that are wrong or tricky, making the argument less believable or strong.

C) They're all things that are wrong or tricky, making the argument less believable or strong.

500

Pick THREE of the following answers that BEST represent tips on being “Nice and Clean” for a media appearance.

A)Dress appropriately.

B) Thinking of what you’re going to say right before your speech.

C) Be credible.

D) Become reliable.

E) Being late and unprepared.

A)Dress appropriately.

;

C) Be credible.

;

D) Become reliable.

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Which of the following is a CORRECT example on what to do if you’re in the forum stage with your audience?

A) Listen to the person asking the question but don’t make eye contact, it’ll just make you more nervous.

B) Thank the person asking the question and stay calm, even if the questions are unfriendly.

C) When an audience member is asking a question, look to your colleague and make them answer the question.

B) Thank the person asking the question and stay calm, even if the questions are unfriendly.

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