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Public speaking
Public speaking has been formally studied since: A. the 5th century. B. the 20th century. C. recently. D. communication courses were offered at universities. is it B 2. Early study of public speaking was known as: A. public communication. B. rhetoric. C. public relations. D. ...

Public Speaking
Contemporary communication studies now refer to public speaking as a form of __________ communication. A. group (Not A) B. organizational C. public D. interpersonal (NOT D) C is my answer?

speech
Even when speaking, one must cross one's T's and dot one's i's. What does this mean when referring to public speaking? What public speaking term does this refer to?

English
1. Do you have any experience in public speaking? 2. Do you have any experience on public speaking? 3. Do you have any experience of public speaking? =============== Are all the prepositions used? Which preposition is correct?

public speaking
Which of the following is NOT true about persuasive speaking compared to informative speaking?

public speaking
public speaking has been formally studied since

public speaking
Which is NOT a benefit of studying public speaking? A. Creates good first impression on others B. Communicates competence C. Proves our expertise D. Develops our ability to communicate ideas and message clearly and with impact

public speaking
Early study of public speaking was known as: A. public communication. B. rhetoric. C. public relations. D. communication study.

college-public speaking
I am supposed to be writing an Introduction speech about my debate partner in my public speaking class. The criteria is 3 min total, 1 1/2 min for each because he'll intro me as well, written in outline form, and no notes while speaking. I have notes about him from an ...

Public Speaking
1. Effective public speaking is: A. audience-centered. B. message-centered. C. speaker-centered. D. channel-centered. is it A 2. When a speech attempts to influence the audience s beliefs, attitudes, and opinions about something, it is generally meant to: A. inform. B. ...

public speaking
when speaking about abstract concepts, make them concrete to the audience by?

public speaking
when speaking about abstract concepts, make them concrete ti the audience by?

public speaking
Who do you know that currently uses persuasive speaking in their line of work?

public speaking
Demographics is important to know your: A. speech. B. topic. C. audience. D. location of speaking event.

Public Speaking
Which of the following is NOT your audience? a.Receivers of the communication b.Listeners c.People you are speaking to d.Advisers D.

college/Public Speaking
What might be some modern examples of speech styles that weren't discussed in the lecture? Don't think just in terms of public speaking. Consider such elements as how technology has changed communication in the last few years. Defend why you consider these to be modern styles.

Public Speaking
For communication to take place, there has to be: A. transmission of the message. B. medium. C. sharing of meaning. D. absence of noise. is it A 2. Which is NOT a benefit of studying public speaking? A. Creates good first impression on others B. Communicates competence C. ...

Public Speaking(actually check please)
“To persuade my audience that drinking and driving laws should be stricter” aims for: A. passive agreement with a policy. B. active agreement with a policy. C. personal action to support a policy. D. personal agreement to support a policy.**** “To persuade my classmates ...

Public Speaking
To avoid speaking in monotone, a strategy to use can include: A. changing pitch and tone of voice. B. voice inflection. C. varying rate and pace of speaking. D. All of the above I read through my notes and I see A and B as answers, I don't see anything about C... But I'm going...

Public speaking
Early theories of communication viewed public speaking as: A. a one-way transmission of messages. B. a two-way transmission of messages. C. only possible through a medium. D. an any which way transmission of messages.

Public Speaking
President Obama addressing the recent graduates in a commencement exercise is an example of __________ communication. A. group B. mass C. interpersonal D. public It's not A

Public Speaking(check)
“To persuade my audience that drinking and driving laws should be stricter” aims for: A. passive agreement with a policy. B. active agreement with a policy. C. personal action to support a policy. D. personal agreement to support a policy.**** “To persuade my classmates ...

Public Speaking(check)
When researching for supporting materials about the impact of violence in the media, it is a good idea to get assistance from this resource. A. Television B. Call-in radio C. Librarian***** D. Personal interview

Public Speaking
President Obama addressing the recent graduates in a commencement exercise is an example of __________ communication. A. group B. mass (NOT B) C. interpersonal (NOT C) D. public I'M going with B because he going for a group of graduates not the public.?

Speech
Contemporary communication studies now refer to public speaking as a form of __________ communication. A. group B. organizational C. public D. interpersonal

persuasive speaking
i am struggling with the need, plan advantage format for public speaking. i've already consulted my textbook and notes, i still am not understanding the material. is there any websites i can consult to find this format/an explanation? i tried googling it already. thank you.

English
W:Hello. May I speak to Mr. Johnson? M: Speaking. 1. Who's calling, please? -------------------------- 2. Who's talking, please? 3. Who's speaking, please? (Can we use #2 and #3 instead of #1 in telephone conversation?)

public Speaking
1. Which of the following is a demographic characteristic of an audience? A. Size B. Lifestyle C. Gender D. Values is it C 2. When speaking about the awareness of breast cancer, the most important thing to consider when analyzing your audience is: A. beliefs. B. religion. C. ...

English
A: Who's calling,please? B: This is Mom speaking. What is omitted before 'speaking'? Is 'who is' dropped before 'speaking'?

Public speaking
focus on how people use messages to influence each other in various contexts and cultures, using a variety of media. A. Public speakers B. Radio personalities C. Motivational speakers D. Communication researchers

Economics(please check)
What might the changes brought about by the influence of interest groups affect the public? It can affect the public by inforcing their views on a subject. This, in turn, can affect public policy. For instance, if a group can convince the majority that abortion is immoral, ...

please help edit my outline for public speaking
Badminton Specific Purpose: To inform my audience about the laws of the game, equipment, and badminton strokes.

VALUES..PLEASE HELP ME
Is anyone can help me to create some idea to get the good answers.so that I will know.thanks questions. 1. What is the use of audience in rehearsing public speaking? 2. Author mentioned “structure of the Group” in effective speech, what do you mean by that?

public speaking
for communication to take place there has to be?

SP180.1.2 Principles of Public Speaking: Lesson 8
SP180.1.2 Principles of Public Speaking: Lesson 8

Public speaking
An example of an objective test is

public Speaking
The speaker is the ____________ of the message.

Speech
Why is dialect important to effective public speaking?

Public Speaking
what is the key of organizing your speech material?

9th grade
good public speaking topics?

public speaking
when deciding on the topic, it is important to consider

Public Speaking
To persuade employees to commit to recycling” is a:

public speaking
1. 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? A. Physiological needs B. Esteem needs C. Belongingness and love D. Safety needs.. is it B 2. Physical context ...

Public Speaking
What is the purpose of using a program like PowerPoint?

public speaking
What are some moderen examples of speech styles?

public speaking
communicating effetively helps us to succeed in areas of

Principles of Public Speaking: Lesson 8
nonverbal communication includes:

public speaking
Communicating effectively helps us to succeed in areas of?

Public Speaking
what is an example for negative interpersonal communication skill working?

public speaking
when using the internet to conduct research,it is most important to?

public speaking
Your central idea is a statement that captures in a single sentence:

public speaking
the process of changing peoples beliefs and actions is called

CRT205
Please check to see if I have this correct. Premises: The desire to incarcerate juveniles with adults is based on public fear. Premises: The public fears that juvenile crime is increasing. Conclusion: However, crimes committed by youth are actually decreasing

public speaking
What are some ethical considerations that should be maintained when giving a speech.

public speaking
The speaker is the ____________ of the message. A. decoder B. encoder C. transmitter (NOT C) D. channel

public speaking
Medium that carries message signals from senders to receivers of communication is

Public Speaking
The speaker is the ____________ of the message. A. decoder B. encoder C. transmitter D. channel It's not C

Quick English check
Can someone check that I put these words in the right spot of where they need to go? Please correct me if I'm wrong! :) In the 1950s in Europe, to BROACH such a controversial subject as the Algerian separatist movement in a public forum was assured to immediately EVOKE rage ...

Quick English check
Can someone check that I put these words in the right spot of where they need to go? Please correct me if I'm wrong! :) In the 1950s in Europe, to BROACH such a controversial subject as the Algerian separatist movement in a public forum was assured to immediately EVOKE rage ...

Public Speaking
Do you think that we can have to ability to manipulate and control our non-verbal messages?

public speaking
According to Aristotle, ethos refers to: A. emotions. B. logic. C. ethics. D. none of the above

public speaking
according to aristotle, ethos refers to: A. emotions B. logic C. ethics D. none of the above

Public Speaking
Interpreting during the listening process is the same as: A. encoding. B. receiving. C. decoding. D. responding. It's not C

Public speaking
Nonverbal communication includes A.posture B.clapping C.eye contact D.all of the above

History of health care
Please check my answer thanks :) The American Association Of labor Legislation helped to Decrease public hospital costs or to implement fee schedules I said decrease public hospital costs

public speaking
For communication to take place, there has to be: A. transmission of the message. B. medium. C. sharing of meaning. D. absence of noise.

public speaking
For communication to take place, there has to be: A. transmission of the message. B. medium. C. sharing of meaning. D. absence of noise

Safety
who is the father of occupational medicine in the United States I can't find anything on the web. Here is my suggestion: At the school, check the encyclopedia under Public Medicine, and Occupational Health. If that fails, call the local Public Health Service and ask to speak ...

government
Please help me answer this question. Having a hard time. **The term public administration is traditionally defined as a government agency. What are the limitations this definition has on public administration? How has public administration evolved to include interest and ...

English
1. “To persuade my audience that drinking and driving laws should be stricter” aims for: A. passive agreement with a policy. B. active agreement with a policy. C. personal action to support a policy. D. personal agreement to support a policy. is it C 2. “To persuade my ...

public speaking
Being the last of a long line of speakers refers to __________ context. A. sociopsychological B. physical C. cultural D. temporal

Principles of Public Speaking
This type of listening is usually needed when we need to make a critical decision about something.

public speaking
In a world of ____________, communication skills help us to interact with people whose backgrounds are different from our own

Public speaking
Saying "gonna" instead of "going to" is an issue of: A. Body movement B. Eye contact C. Articulation D. Timing

public speaking
Medium that carries message signals from senders to receivers of communication is: A. television. B. radio. C. channel. D. mass media.

public speaking
A big ethical issue in any form of communication is: A. discussing politics. B. irrelevance. C. plagiarism. D. referring to different races.

public speaking
What type of visual aid is showing the actual thing being discussed? A. Photograph B. Graph C. Object D. Videotape

Principles of Public Speaking
In a world of ____, communication skills help us to interact with people whose background are different from our own.

government
the lawmaking function of congress is central to democracy because a. it enables elected representatives to do the daily work of government b. legislative powers are necessary to check the power of the president c. it frees members of congress from the pressures of public ...

public speaking
You are evaluating this when you are looking for a clear, compelling message. A. Use of quotes B. Structure C. Length of speech D. Speaker commitment to subject

Public Speaking
What could be an example for someone coming to the wrong conclusion based on someone's actions?

Public Speaking
Which is more important to the success of a presentation - good content or good delivery?

public speaking
Paul is delivering a speech on the hunger epidemic in the world. His speech could be helped with the use of:

Public Speaking
We can listen at a rate at least three times faster than that rate that we can speak. What impact does this have on communication?

Public Speaking(check)
1) An advantage of using narratives in your speech is that they: A. explain abstract concepts. B. calm emotions. C. create excitement.**** D. clarify technical ideas. 2) In planning to conduct research, it is very important to have and start with a (an): A. time line. B. ...

public speaking
In a world of ____________, communication skills help us to interact with people whose backgrounds are different from our own. A. careers B. changes C. technology D. personal relationships

public speaking
In a world of ____________, communication skills help us to interact with people whose backgrounds are different from our own. A. careers B. changes C. technology D. personal relationships

SP180.1.2 Principles of Public Speaking
SP180.1.2 Principles of Public Speaking i need help with my outline. not sure where to go from here. I. TITLE: Bullying in schools A. General Purpose: To persuade B. Specific Purpose: To persuade my audience that bullying in schools need to be stopped C. Central idea: The ...

Public Speaking
In planning a speech, addressing the question of Why refers to: a.knowing your audience. b.subject or topic. c.timing. d.purpose of the speech. D. is the answer

english (grammar)
Just wondering if this sentence makes sense it sound weird to me for some reason. 2. Due to her extreme fear of public speaking, it was with much apprehension that she took the stage.

Principles of Public Speaking
When researching for supporting materials about the impact of violence in the media, it is a good idea to get assistance from this resource. A. Television B. Call-in radio C. Librarian D. Personal Interview

Public Speaking
Which topic would be a "persuasive speech"? 1) cellphones should be banned while driving 2) Benefits of retirement 3) Hardships young adults face when becoming a newly independent

Principles of Public Speaking
An advantage of using narratives in your speech is that they: A- Explain abstract concepts B- Calm emotions C- Create excitement D- Clarify technical ideas I chose D. Would that b correct?

english - Please revise
As a psychology major, when choosing my classes my main emphasis and focus is on my course of study such as, psychology, social skills, English etc. However, there are other subjects that might not be a requirement, therefore, the skills might come in handy in the future. ...

History - please check my answers
1. Which of the following statements best support the importance of a free and responsible press to the healthy functioning of a democracy? Select all that apply. (2 points) A free press protects the individual rights of all people.<< A free press encourages an informed ...

History
For many German speaking people the decision to redraw boundaries made at the Paris Peace Conference led to enormous changes in their citizenship and identity. Only the German speaking people in Denmark/Northern Germany were given their say in this change. (The majority voted ...

12th grade participation in govt.
A. Select a public policy issue you are very familiar with. Fully describe that public policy issue including who was responsible for the public policy and its impact on social conditions B. List 4 players who support the public policy. C. List 4 players who oppose the public ...

public speaking
when researching for supporting materials about the impact of violence in the media, it is a good idea to get assistance from this resource. a. television b. call-in radio c. librarian d. personal interview i chose d. but it wasn't correct

Writing skills
More recently, however, doctors have taken a greater interest in the field. Along with the general public, too. The most effective combo of sentence 3 and 4 would include which of the following groups of words? 1. doctors, as well as the general public, 2. doctors with the ...

PRINCIPLES OF PUBLIC SPEAKING PART II, SECTION 2
5.0 Points What nonverbal communication technique usually communicates best your honesty about your message?   A. Good posture   B. Body movement   C. Eye contact   D. Hand gestures

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