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Q1. Credibility is just another word for positive ethos.
Q2. The purpose of the speech is the response that the speaker wants from his or her audience.
Q3. Tenzing is planning a speech on the Chinese occupation of his Tibetan homeland. He is not sure how to create identification with his classmates. Which element of the rhetorical situation is he concerned with in his search for identification?
a. the speech
b. the speaker
c. the purpose
d. the occasion
e. the audience
Q4. Thorough audience analysis addresses two types of audience culture.
Q5. Chuck was nervously preparing a short speech which he was to deliver as a toast at his best friend’s wedding. What type of speech is he planning?
Q6. The development of the thesis is accomplished in the introduction of the speech.
Q7. Which of the following is defined as ‘the study of how messages affect people’?
a. critical thinking
b. strategic planning
Q8. What is the goal of notetaking?
a. to record as much significant information as you can, as efficiently as possible
b. to record the main points and thesis as complete sentences
c. to record as much of the speech as possible, word for word
d. to create an accurate description of the speech, with no evaluation
e. to record any mistakes the speaker makes, verbally or nonverbally
Q9. ‘The budget deficit has doubled in the last four years,’ is a statement of fact.
Q10. Speakers who rely too much on demographic analysis run the risk of stereotyping.
Q11. Selective exposure is the tendency of listeners to dismiss aspects of a message they agree with and to focus on aspects of the message that they disagree with.
Q12. Your presentation outline should use complete sentences so that you can get the wording right in your speech.
Q13. Which of the following is a demographic characteristic of an audience?
c. age range
d. common knowledge
Q14. During his speech on changing general education requirements at the university, Ben made it a point to discuss the need for gainful employment, a concern he shared with his audience. By doing so, Ben was attempting to establish identification with his audience.
Q15. Voluntary audiences are generally motivated and receptive to the speaker’s message.
Q16. Surveys, focus groups, and interviews are all ________ methods of audience analysis.
Q17. Which type of outline is the most complete?
c. key word
Q18. Speech anxiety creates heightened physical reactions that many speakers use to their advantage.
Q19. When an audience member uses critical listening, it is important to be judgmental but not negative.
Q20. Ramon plans a persuasive speech advocating international travel as a path to lifelong learning. Which demographic characteristic of his audience should he be most concerned about?
Q21. Prior to the development of the internet, there was no real public forum.
Q22. The following statements make up an outline for a typical one-point speech. Which statement belongs in the body of the speech?
a. For example
b. So what?
c. In general
d. This concerns you
e. Wake up!
Q23. As Milos is delivering his speech, Bob shows up late for class and enters the room during the conclusion of the speech. Bob’s arrival could create what kind of listening problem for the rest of the audience?
a. situational distraction
b. listener distraction
d. rhetorical disturbance
e. critical interruption
Q24. Effective speakers are able to make appropriate speaking choices unconsciously, almost without thought or planning.
Q25. Which of the following speech elements should be avoided when speaking to an audience whose interest in your topic is low?
a. personal anecdotes
b. rhetorical questions
c. startling statements
d. technical language
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