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The authors discuss other situational characteristics to consider when determining the audience response. Which is NOT one that is discussed by the authors

When trying to influence listeners, it is easier to change their attitudes than their beliefs or values

Deep‑seated abstract judgments about what is important to us, what we consider worthwhile and desirable are                  

Which aspect below was not discussed in the text as something you need to determine when you ask, “Who are my listeners?”

Beliefs are            

                   questions limit responses to several choices, yielding valuable information about such demographic factors a age, education, and income

A speaker must be inclusive to avoid unfairly categorizing or stereotyping members of the audience

The first step in using a questionnaire is designing specific questions that are likely to get you the information you need

According to the book, people define themselves in many ways. Which of the following was not discussed as a factor in “know the group?”

Audience expectations are rarely defined for you by the speaking invitation

If you use a diagram, illustration, or graph from some source, you need to cite that source during your speech

                   is the criterion for evaluating online information that refers to the depth and breadth of the material

A credible speaker is perceived as a/an      .

Which of the following is not one of the criteria for evaluating online information

One of the suggestions for searching online and print resources is to

Supporting your message is one of your most important tasks as you develop your speech

In the research process, it is important to reflect on your audience before and after you gather information

Which of the following is TRUE about supporting material. Supporting material

                  , which are international, national, or specialized, provide information on an individual’s education, accomplishments, and professional activities

Questions to guide evaluation of a website’s accuracy include all but one of the following

If you see audiences looking at your presentational aid as though asking, “What does THAT mean?” then you have violated which of the criteria for a presentational aid

Presentational aids should be

Which of the following is TRUE regarding “maps” as a presentational aid

Capitalized words on PowerPoint slides are helpful because they make the text even clearer and they make the message stand out

Construction time and availability are two criteria to consider for using

Which of the following WAS NOT listed as a benefit of using presentational aids, according to your text

According to the text,       are the most realistic of the two‑dimensional reproductions

Essential to ANY two‑dimensional reproduction you might include as a presentational aid is

Which of the following WAS NOT identified as a function of presentational aids

Which of the following is a general suggestion for using presentational aids

 

 

Which aspect below was not discussed in the text as something you need to determine when you ask, “Who are my listeners?”

Deep‑seated abstract judgments about what is important to us, what we consider worthwhile and desirable are                   .

In an effort to make the speaker‑audience connection, it is important to place your focus on your speech, not your age

A speaker must be inclusive to avoid unfairly categorizing or stereotyping members of the audience

Which of the following is an open‑ended question

The least important demographic consideration in most speeches is religion

The most critical relationship in public speaking is usually between the speaker and the occasion

Attitudes are predispositions to act in a particular way that influence individuals responses to objects, events, and situations.

                   questions limit responses to several choices, yielding valuable information about such demographic factors age, education, and income

Which of the following is not true regarding occupation as a demographic characteristic

Questions to guide evaluation of a website’s accuracy include all but one of the following

Which of the following is a secondary research source

Figurative analogies are particularly helpful to a speaker when a speech deals with a complex, emotionally charged topic

A credible speaker is perceived as a/an        .

Message credibility is defined as             .

The web evaluation criteria of COVERAGE refers to the depth and breadth of material

Which of the following is not a primary source

                   is the criterion for evaluating online information that refers to the timeliness of the information

Which of the following IS NOT one of the four steps in developing a research strategy

You must cite sources when you are quoting directly or paraphrasing

If you see audiences looking at your presentational aid as though asking, “What does THAT mean?” then you have violated which of the criteria for a presentational aid

If you wanted to display something that involved steps or stages, a               would be most effective

A key advantage in using presentational aids in a speech is

If a school district’s financial director wants to illustrate how much money is spent and where it is spent, an effective way to show this is through a

In addition to the general criteria for using presentational aids, the most important criterion to consider regarding actual objects is

According to the text,       are the most realistic of the two‑dimensional reproductions?

Capitalized words on PowerPoint slides are helpful because they make the text even clearer and they make the message stand out

In addition to showing presentational aids from the front of your audience, you can easily strengthen visual impact by passing them around the room

Which of the following WAS NOT identified as one of the general criteria for using presentational aids

Which of the following WAS NOT identified as a function of presentational aids

 

 

·         Question 1

 

Beliefs are _______________.

 

 

·         Question 2

 

The most critical relationship in public speaking is usually between the speaker and the occasion.

·         Question 3

 

____________ questions limit responses to several choices, yielding valuable information about such demographic factors a age, education, and income.

 

 

·         Question 4

 

Which aspect below was not discussed in the text as something you need to determine when you ask, “Who are my listeners?”

 

 

·         Question 5

 

Which of the following was not listed as one of the five variables related to “Who are my listeners?”   

·         Question 6

 

Which of the following is an open-ended question?

 

 

·         Question 7

 

Attitudes are predispositions to act in a particular way that influence individuals responses to objects, events, and situations.

 

 

·         Question 8

 

Audience expectations are rarely defined for you by the speaking invitation.  

·         Question 9

 

The audience’s response to a topic is often determined by its interest level in the subject.

·         Question 10

 

A speaker should not assume that expertise in one area necessarily means expertise in others. This observation relates to what aspect of audience analysis?

·         Question 11

 

An effective library search strategy moves you from the most specific information to be located in governmental sources to the very general information found in encyclopedias. 

·         Question 12

 

Which of the following is not one of the criteria for evaluating online information?

·         Question 13

 

___________ is the criterion for evaluating online information that refers to the depth and breadth of the material.

·         Question 14

 

The web evaluation criteria of COVERAGE refers to the depth and breadth of material.   

 

 

·         Question 15

 

Message credibility is the extent to which a speaker is perceived as a competent spokesperson.

·         Question 16

 

If you use a diagram, illustration, or graph from some source, you need to cite that source during your speech.

·         Question 17

 

The more facts you have the more effective your speech will be.

·         Question 18

 

A credible speaker is perceived as a/an _______________.

·         Question 19

 

_________________, which are international, national, or specialized, provide information on an individual’s education, accomplishments, and professional activities.

·         Question 20

 

If you were interested in discovering material from a comprehensive source on art and artists in your preparation for an informative speech, which of the following sources is most likely to provide you with the best information?

·         Question 21

 

Which of the following WAS NOT listed as a benefit of using presentational aids, according to your text?

·         Question 22

 

According to your text, the main advantage for a flip chart is that:

·         Question 23

 

Research has shown that three days after an event, people retain 10 percent of what they heard from an oral presentation, but they retain 35 percent of a visual presentation.

·         Question 24

 

In addition to showing presentational aids from the front of your audience, you can easily strengthen visual impact by passing them around the room.

·         Question 25

 

In general, a good PowerPoint slide is equal to a good presentation.

·         Question 26

 

Rather than choosing to use the blackboard as a presentational aid, it should be used for:

 

 

·         Question 27

 

According to the text, __________ are the most realistic of the two-dimensional reproductions.

·         Question 28

 

Visual aids fall into four categories.  Which of the following is not one of these categories?

·         Question 29

 

Which of the following is an advantage to using a poster board?

·         Question 30

If you wanted to display something that involved steps or stages, a ______________ would be most effective.

 

Question 1

Choose the best answer. “How often do you go to the movies? Often Frequent Seldom Never"

This is an example of a/an _________ question.

Question 2

The audience’s response to a topic is often determined by its interest level in the subject.

Question 3

The least important demographic consideration in most speeches is religion.

Question 4

The first step in using a questionnaire is designing specific questions that are likely to get you the information you need.

Question 5

A speaker should not assume that expertise in one area necessarily means expertise in others. This observation relates to what aspect of audience analysis?

Question 6

Attitudes are predispositions to act in a particular way that influence individuals responses to objects, events, and situations.

Question 7

The most critical relationship in public speaking is usually between the speaker and the occasion.

Question 8

A speaker must be inclusive to avoid unfairly categorizing or stereotyping members of the audience.

Question 9

Which of the following was not listed as one of the five variables related to “Who are my listeners?”

Question 10

The authors discuss other situational characteristics to consider when determining the audience response. Which is NOT one that is discussed by the authors?

Question 11

Message credibility is the extent to which a speaker is perceived as a competent spokesperson.

Question 12

The more facts you have the more effective your speech will be.

Question 13

The web evaluation criteria of COVERAGE refers to the depth and breadth of material.

Question 14

Unlike general encyclopedias, specialized encyclopedias focus on particular areas of knowledge in more detail.

Question 15

Examples can be either brief or extended.

Question 16

A credible speaker is perceived as a/an _______________.

Question 17

One of the suggestions for searching online and print resources is to:

Question 18

Supporting your message is one of your most important tasks as you develop your speech.

Question 19

Figurative analogies are particularly helpful to a speaker when a speech deals with a complex, emotionally charged topic.

Question 20

Questions used to evaluate the criterion of ______________ include when the site was created, whether or not the material is recent, and when the website was updated.

Question 21

According to the text, photographs are the most realistic of the two-dimensional reproductions.

Question 22

In general, a good PowerPoint slide is equal to a good presentation.

Question 23

This type of graph is the best way to visually illustrate a trend over time.

Question 24

Which of the following is the “rule of six?”

Question 25

Which of the following is an advantage to using a poster board?

Question 26

Which of the following WAS NOT identified as one of the general criteria for using presentational aids?

Question 27

Which of the following WAS NOT identified as a function of presentational aids?

Question 28 Which of the following is TRUE regarding “maps” as a presentational aid?

Question 29

An important advantage of using presentational aids in a speech is they can draw attention to themselves and take the audiences eyes off the speaker.

Question 30

While other aspects of your speech should be audience-centered, the presentational aid is designed specifically to help the speaker.

 

·         Question 1

3 out of 3 points

A speaker should not assume that expertise in one area necessarily means expertise in others. This observation relates to what aspect of audience analysis?

·         Question 2

3 out of 3 points

When trying to influence listeners, it is easier to change their attitudes than their beliefs or values.

·         Question 3

3 out of 3 points

In an effort to make the speaker-audience connection, it is important to place your focus on your speech, not your age.

·         Question 4

 

The authors discuss other situational characteristics to consider when determining the audience response. Which is NOT one that is discussed by the authors?

·         Question 5

3 out of 3 points

Choose the best answer. “How often do you go to the movies?  Often Frequent Seldom Never"

This is an example of a/an  _________ question.

·         Question 6

3 out of 3 points

A speaker must be inclusive to avoid unfairly categorizing or stereotyping members of the audience.

·         Question 7

 

Which question is NOT a key question the text  indicates is essential in audience analysis?

·         Question 8

3 out of 3 points

According to the book, people define themselves in many ways.  Which of the following was not discussed as a factor in “know the group?”

·         Question 9

3 out of 3 points

The least important demographic consideration in most speeches is religion. 

·         Question 10

3 out of 3 points

The audience’s response to a topic is often determined by its interest level in the subject.

·         Question 11

 

When you cite a journal, what information is NOT necessarily required?

·         Question 12

3 out of 3 points

_________________, which are international, national, or specialized, provide information on an individual’s education, accomplishments, and professional activities.

·         Question 13

3 out of 3 points

Unlike general encyclopedias, specialized encyclopedias focus on particular areas of knowledge in more detail.

·         Question 14

3 out of 3 points

Which of the following is TRUE about supporting material.  Supporting material _______________.

·         Question 15

3 out of 3 points

Message credibility is the extent to which a speaker is perceived as a competent spokesperson.

·         Question 16

3 out of 3 points

Which of the following is not one of the suggestions provided for interviewing?

·         Question 17

3 out of 3 points

A website that is(has) ________________ is reliable and error-free.

·         Question 18

 

Identify the best description of what research is: 

·         Question 19

3 out of 3 points

An effective library search strategy moves you from the most specific information to be located in governmental sources to the very general information found in encyclopedias. 

·         Question 20

3 out of 3 points

The more facts you have the more effective your speech will be.

·         Question 21

3 out of 3 points

If I want to give a speech on pricey Waterford crystal, and I bring several of the glasses I bought when in Ireland on my honeymoon, I am most likely violating which of the following general criteria for using presentational aids?     

·         Question 22

3 out of 3 points

In addition to showing presentational aids from the front of your audience, you can easily strengthen visual impact by passing them around the room.

·         Question 23

3 out of 3 points

Which of the following is the “rule of six?”

·         Question 24

3 out of 3 points

In general, a good PowerPoint slide is equal to a good presentation.

·         Question 25

3 out of 3 points

If you see audiences looking at your presentational aid as though asking, “What does THAT mean?” then you have violated which of the criteria for a presentational aid?

·         Question 26

 

A key advantage in using presentational aids in a speech is:

·         Question 27

3 out of 3 points

An important advantage of using presentational aids in a speech is they can draw attention to themselves and take the audiences eyes off the speaker.

·         Question 28

3 out of 3 points

This type of graph is the best way to visually illustrate a trend over time.

·         Question 29

 

The notion that you can use a presentational aid to show the stages a bill goes through Congress before it becomes law relates to which benefit of presentational aids?

·         Question 30

 

An informative presentation on how the British Pound differs from the Euro might include actual objects such as coins and bills.  Although the coins have little value, it is not wise to pass them around because of which of the following criteria for using actual objects?

 

·         Question 1

3 out of 3 points

Which of the following is an open-ended question?

·         Question 2

3 out of 3 points

According to the book, people define themselves in many ways.  Which of the following was not discussed as a factor in “know the group?”

·         Question 3

3 out of 3 points

Which of the following was not listed as one of the five variables related to “Who are my listeners?”   

·         Question 4

3 out of 3 points

In an effort to make the speaker-audience connection, it is important to place your focus on your speech, not your age.

·         Question 5

3 out of 3 points

Which of the following is true about “avoid the age gap” when making the speaker-audience connection?

·         Question 6

3 out of 3 points

Attitudes are predispositions to act in a particular way that influence individuals responses to objects, events, and situations.

·         Question 7

3 out of 3 points

A speaker must be inclusive to avoid unfairly categorizing or stereotyping members of the audience.

·         Question 8

3 out of 3 points

Which aspect below was not discussed in the text as something you need to determine when you ask, “Who are my listeners?”

·         Question 9

3 out of 3 points

Choose the best answer. “How often do you go to the movies?  Often Frequent Seldom Never"

This is an example of a/an  _________ question.

·         Question 10

3 out of 3 points

The audience’s response to a topic is often determined by its interest level in the subject.

·         Question 11

3 out of 3 points

Asking yourself, “What are the needs, interests, and knowledge level of my listeners?” relates to which step in the research process?

·         Question 12

3 out of 3 points

Questions used to evaluate the criterion of ______________ include when the site was created, whether or not the material is recent, and when the website was updated.

·         Question 13

3 out of 3 points

If you use a diagram, illustration, or graph from some source, you need to cite that source during your speech.

·         Question 14

3 out of 3 points

Supporting your message is one of your most important tasks as you develop your speech.

·         Question 15

3 out of 3 points

Which of the following is TRUE about supporting material.  Supporting material _______________.

·         Question 16

3 out of 3 points

Which of the following is not one of the criteria for evaluating online information?

·         Question 17

3 out of 3 points

Which of the following is a secondary research source?

·         Question 18

3 out of 3 points

Which of the following is not one of the suggestions provided for interviewing?

·         Question 19

3 out of 3 points

Which of the following is not a primary source?

·         Question 20

3 out of 3 points

____________ provide the most recent information.

·         Question 21

 

If a school district’s financial director wants to illustrate how much money is spent and where it is spent, an effective way to show this is through a:

·         Question 22

3 out of 3 points

If you see audiences looking at your presentational aid as though asking, “What does THAT mean?” then you have violated which of the criteria for a presentational aid?

·         Question 23

3 out of 3 points

In general, a good PowerPoint slide is equal to a good presentation.

·         Question 24

3 out of 3 points

Which of the following WAS NOT identified as one of the general criteria for using presentational aids?    

·         Question 25

 

The notion that you can use a presentational aid to show the stages a bill goes through Congress before it becomes law relates to which benefit of presentational aids?

·         Question 26

3 out of 3 points

In addition to showing presentational aids from the front of your audience, you can easily strengthen visual impact by passing them around the room.

·         Question 27

3 out of 3 points

Visual aids fall into four categories.  Which of the following is not one of these categories?

·         Question 28

3 out of 3 points

While other aspects of your speech should be audience-centered, the presentational aid is designed specifically to help the speaker. 

·         Question 29

3 out of 3 points

Essential to ANY two-dimensional reproduction you might include as a presentational aid is:  

·         Question 30

3 out of 3 points

If I want to give a speech on pricey Waterford crystal, and I bring several of the glasses I bought when in Ireland on my honeymoon, I am most likely violating which of the following general criteria for using presentational aids?     

 

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Liberty University COMS 101 quiz 3 complete solutions correct answers key More than 6 different versions The authors discuss other situational characteristics to consider when determining the audience response. Which is NOT one that is discussed by the authors When trying to influence listeners, it is easier to change their attitudes than their beliefs or values Deep‑seated abstract judgments about what is important to us, what we consider worthwhile and desirable are Which aspect below was not discussed in the text as something you need to determine when you ask, “Who are my listeners?” Beliefs are questions limit responses to several choices, yielding valuable information about such demographic factors a age, education, and income A speaker must be inclusive to avoid unfairly categorizing or stereotyping members of the audience The first step in using a questionnaire is designing specific questions that are likely to get you the information you need According to the book, people define themselves in many ways. Which of the following was not discussed as a factor in “know the group?” Audience expectations are rarely defined for you by the speaking invitation If you use a diagram, illustration, or graph from some source, you need to cite that source during your speech is the criterion for evaluating online information that refers to the depth and breadth of the material A credible speaker is perceived as a/an . Which of the following is not one of the criteria for evaluating online information One of the suggestions for searching online and print resources is to Supporting your message is one of your most important tasks as you develop your speech In the research process, it is important to reflect on your audience before and after you gather information Which of the following is TRUE about supporting material. Supporting material , which are international, national, or specialized, provide information on an individual’s education, accomplishments, and professional activities Questions to guide evaluation of a website’s accuracy include all but one of the following If you see audiences looking at your presentational aid as though asking, “What does THAT mean?” then you have violated which of the criteria for a presentational aid Presentational aids should be Which of the following is TRUE regarding “maps” as a presentational aid Capitalized words on PowerPoint slides are helpful because they make the text even clearer and they make the message stand out Construction time and availability are two criteria to consider for using Which of the following WAS NOT listed as a benefit of using presentational aids, according to your text According to the text, are the most realistic of the two‑dimensional reproductions Essential to ANY two‑dimensional reproduction you might include as a presentational aid is Which of the following WAS NOT identified as a function of presentational aids Which of the following is a general suggestion for using presentational aids Which aspect below was not discussed in the text as something you need to determine when you ask, “Who are my listeners?” Deep‑seated abstract judgments about what is important to us, what we consider worthwhile and desirable are . In an effort to make the speaker‑audience connection, it is important to place your focus on your speech, not your age A speaker must be inclusive to avoid unfairly categorizing or stereotyping members of the audience Which of the following is an open‑ended question The least important demographic consideration in most speeches is religion The most critical relationship in public speaking is usually between the speaker and the occasion Attitudes are predispositions to act in a particular way that influence individuals responses to objects, events, and situations. questions limit responses to several choices, yielding valuable information about such demographic factors age, education, and income Which of the following is not true regarding occupation as a demographic characteristic Questions to guide evaluation of a website’s accuracy include all but one of the following Which of the following is a secondary research source Figurative analogies are particularly helpful to a speaker when a speech deals with a complex, emotionally charged topic A credible speaker is perceived as a/an . Message credibility is defined as . The web evaluation criteria of COVERAGE refers to the depth and breadth of material Which of the following is not a primary source is the criterion for evaluating online information that refers to the timeliness of the information Which of the following IS NOT one of the four steps in developing a research strategy You must cite sources when you are quoting directly or paraphrasing If you see audiences looking at your presentational aid as though asking, “What does THAT mean?” then you have violated which of the criteria for a presentational aid If you wanted to display something that involved steps or stages, a would be most effective A key advantage in using presentational aids in a speech is If a school district’s financial director wants to illustrate how much money is spent and where it is spent, an effective way to show this is through a In addition to the general criteria for using presentational aids, the most important criterion to consider regarding actual objects is According to the text, are the most realistic of the two‑dimensional reproductions? Capitalized words on PowerPoint slides are helpful because they make the text even clearer and they make the message stand out In addition to showing presentational aids from the fron...
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