Part 1 of 1 – 100.0
Question 1 of 20
When deciding on the topic, it is important to consider:
A. your audience and
which topic would interest them.
B. a topic that is
new and unfamiliar to you.
C. a topic that is
interesting to you and that you would like to learn about.
D. anything that is
easy to write.
Question 2 of 20
The central idea is also referred to as the:
A. main point.
D. specific purpose.
Question 3 of 20
The purpose of a speech includes any of the following
A. to inform.
B. to persuade.
C. to entertain.
D. to confuse.
Question 4 of 20
Your central idea is a statement that captures in a single
A. the essence of
B. your general
C. your specific
D. your topic.
Question 5 of 20
In choosing a topic for your first speech, it is wise to:
A. ask advice from
B. start with what
C. research first.
D. study others’
Question 6 of 20
When your speech adds to your listeners’ knowledge, it is
Question 7 of 20
When a speech attempts to influence the audience s beliefs,
attitudes, and opinions about something, it is generally meant to:
Question 8 of 20
Effective public speaking is:
Question 9 of 20
Demographics is important to know your:
D. location of
Question 10 of 20
Age, gender, education, and sociocultural backgrounds are
C. the speaker’s
D. audience response
to the speech.
Question 11 of 20
When speaking about the topic of retirement planning, the
most important thing to consider when analyzing your audience is:
Question 12 of 20
Which of the following is a demographic characteristic of an
Question 13 of 20
When speaking about the awareness of breast cancer, the most
important thing to consider when analyzing your audience is:
Question 14 of 20
Attitudes, beliefs, values, and motivation are
C. the speaker’s profile.
D. the audience’s
response to the speech.
Question 15 of 20
Nicole was asked to speak to the French Club about her trip
to Northern France. She knew her audience would be made up of high school
students learning the language and culture of France. Nicole identified her
Question 16 of 20
James began his speech about young people who lost their
lives by NOT wearing seatbelts. Which level of needs in Maslow’s Hierarchy of
Needs is he addressing?
A. Esteem needs
B. Belongingness and
D. Safety needs
Question 17 of 20
A speaker talking about the benefits of cosmetic surgery to
an audience primarily of women is appealing to which level of needs in Maslow’s
Hierarchy of Needs?
B. Esteem needs
C. Belongingness and
D. Safety needs
Question 18 of 20
Evaluating audience feedback to your speech presentation
A. before the
B. after the speech.
C. during the
D. in the speech
Question 19 of 20
Physical context or setting of the speech may refer to:
B. length of the
C. location of
Question 20 of 20
What drives the audience to want to listen to someone speak
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