in planning a speech, addressing the question of Why refers to:

SP180 Principles of Public Speaking

Question 1

in planning a speech, addressing the question of Why refers to:

knowing your audience.

subject or topic.

timing.

purpose of the speech

Question 2

When deciding on the topic, it is important to consider:

your audience and which topic would interest them.

a topic that is new to you.

a topic that would be humorous.

something that is easy to write.

Question 3

Which of the following is NOT your audience?

Receivers of the communication

Listeners

People you are speaking to

Advisers

Question 4

supplementary speech materials could be:

facts.

examples.

stories.

all of the above

Question 5

which one is NOT considered a visual aid?

Map

Story

Photograph

Chart

Question 6

The conclusion of the speech should serve to:

summarize.

establish connection.

explain main idea.

orient audience to speech

Question 7

Organizing a speech means to:

research the materials.

presenting a speech in a logical manner.

selecting words to use.

adapt the speech to audience.

Question 8

Demographics is important to know your:

speech.

topic.

audience.

location of speaking event.

Question 9

When your speech adds to your listeners’ knowledge, it is meant to:

inform.

persuade.

entertain.

celebrate

Question 10

It is very important to practice your speech:

when you are a new speaker.

only when you are not familiar with the topic.

only when you are not familiar with your audience.

as often as necessary to get it right