Liberty COMS 101 Quiz 4 - The purpose of the conclusion of a speech
COMS 101 quiz 4: Liberty University / Liberty University COMS 101 Quiz 4
· Question 1
The purpose of the conclusion of a speech is to reinforce the thesis statement and bring closure to the message.
· Question 2
If you were presenting a speech about traveling to Europe and deciding to start with places in Northern Europe, then moved to Eastern Europe, Southern Europe, and Western Europe, this speech would have what type of organizational pattern?
· Question 3
A cause-effect pattern can be used to describe steps in a process.
· Question 4
Extended transitions that tell the audience, in general terms, what you will say next.
· Question 5
The ____________ outline is also known as the full-content outline.
· Question 6
The way you organize your speech depends on your specific purpose but not your thesis statement or the type of supporting material you are using.
· Question 7
____________ function as a reminder of what you plan to say and the order in which you plan to say it and are used during the presentation.
· Question 8
The chronological order for organizing a speech is focused on the movement from one geographical area to another as the message develops.
· Question 9
According to Professor John Baird, “Summaries may be effective when presented at the conclusion of a speech (because) they provide the audience with a general structure under which to subsume the more specific points of the speech.”
· Question 10
An effective speaker will quickly establish a reason for audience members to listen. This part of the introduction is referred to as:
· Question 11
Telling the audience what you’re planning to discuss during your speech is called:
· Question 12
One of the guidelines for introductions is to prepare the introduction after preparing the body of the speech.
· Question 13
According to your authors, the first few minutes are critical to the success of the entire speech.
· Question 14
Never use your conclusion to connect your speech topic to a broader context or societal issue.
· Question 15
“This morning I will discuss the scientific, therapeutic, physiological facts and myths about the effects and the effectiveness of alternative medicine” is an example of which function of a speech introduction?
· Question 16
Which of the following IS NOT true about establishing credibility in the introduction?
· Question 17
Which of the following is NOT one of the suggestions for creating effective rhythm in your speech?
· Question 18
Parallel structure refers to the arrangement of a series of words, phrases or sentences in a similar form.
· Question 19
Jargon can be used effectively if you are sure the members of your audience understand your references.
· Question 20
Euphemism is the use of inoffensive words or phrases to substitute for more direct language.
· Question 21
The arrangement of a series of words, phrases or sentences in a similar form is referred to as:
· Question 22
The characteristic of spoken language that refers to how ideas are arranged in a sentence is called:
· Question 23
Which of the following sentences is an example of the active voice?
· Question 24
Which of the following is a guideline for eliminating non-fluencies?
· Question 25
What is not a method of delivery?
· Question 26
Which of the following was not identified as a purpose of using pauses?
· Question 27
Even though there is a teleprompter, a presidential speech, such as the State of the Union address, is considered to be what type of speech?
· Question 28
____________ refers to your vocal range or key, the highness or lowness of your voice produced by the tightening and loosening of your vocal folds.
· Question 29
· Question 30
Which of the following is a guideline for physical movement?