1. One of the ways speakers analyze audiences is by looking

1. One of the ways speakers analyze audiences is by looking at traits such as age, gender, sexual orientation, religion, group membership, and racial, ethnic and cultural background. According to your textbook, what is this called? (Points : 2) demographic audience analysispsychological audience analysisbackground audience analysissituational audience analysis.descriptive audience analysis.
2. Identify the flaw in the following specific purpose statement for a classroom speech: “To inform my audience about the stock market.” (Points : 2) It's too figurative.It's too detailed.It's too general.It's too technical.It's too trivial.
3. Your textbook recommends that when you deliver your first speech, you should make an effort to (Points : 2) maintain eye contact with the audience.use your voice expressively.avoid distracting mannerisms.all of the above
Question:
What do you think are important factors to consider when selecting sentinels for a sentinel surveillance for vectors?
1. When used in a speech introduction, telling a story, asking a question, making a startling statement, and arousing curiosity are all methods of (Points : 2)
previewing the body of the speech.enhancing the speaker's credibility.establishing goodwill with the audience.revealing the topic of the speech.gaining the attention of the audience.
2. According to your textbook, what kind of reasoning is used in the following statement?Last summer, a five-year-old boy in Seattle was killed by his brother when the two were playing with their father's gun. Last month, four-year-old Dylan Jackson accidentally killed himself after finding a loaded gun at a friend's home during a birthday party. In Tampa, Florida, a two-year-old shot himself in the chest with a pistol left in the family couch. Clearly, children in America are at risk from gun accidents (Points : 2)
chain reasoningreasoning from principledeductive reasoningreasoning from specific instances
 
 
3. According to your textbook, when using PowerPoint in a speech, you should (Points : 2)
try to come up with a slide for every point in the speech.use PowerPoint only where it is needed to communicate your ideas.write your points on the slides so the audience can read along with you.all of the above.
1. Visual aids can be very useful to a speaker because they (Points : 2)
often take the place of statistics.enhance the clarity of a speaker's ideas.can be passed among members of the audience.do not require a great deal of explanation.all of the above.
 
 
2. A contemporary research term credibility was termed by Aristotle as (Points : 2)
ethics.logos.ethospathos.credos.
3. ”To persuade my audience to take a class that will teach them CPR” is a specific purpose statement for a persuasive speech on a question of (Points : 2)
fact.attitude.value.policy.opinion.
1. Which organizational pattern is especially effective for persuasive speeches that seek immediate action by listeners? (Points : 2)
comparative advantages order
Monroe's motivated sequenceproblem-solution orderreflective-thinking sequencepsychological process order
2. Visual aids can be very useful to a speaker because they (Points : 2)
often take the place of statistics.enhance the clarity of a speaker's ideas.can be passed among members of the audience.do not require a great deal of explanation.all of the above.
3. When used in a speech introduction, telling a story, asking a question, making a startling statement, and arousing curiosity are all methods of (Points : 2)
 
previewing the body of the speech.enhancing the speaker's credibility.establishing goodwill with the audience.revealing the topic of the speech.gaining the attention of the audience.