SPC 2608 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Ethnocentrism, Mental Image, Formal Language

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School
FIU
Department
Speech Communication
Course
SPC 2608
Ted is listening to the introduction of Janine's speech when he thinks to himself, "This is really
going to be boring." What aspect of poor listening identified in your textbook is Ted exhibiting
in this example?
Jumping to conclusions
A dyad is a small-group composed of two members
True
Which of these is not a kind of leader discussed in the book?
a. implied
b. emergent
c. intelligent
d. designated
e. none of the above
Intelligent
As you present your speech, you notice that many of your listeners have interested looks on
their faces and are nodding their heads in agreement with your ideas. These reactions by your
listeners are called:
a. interference
b. cognitive cues
c. feedback
d. audience cues
e. indicators
Feedback
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Which of these is not a responsibility of yours when participating in a small group?
a. Commit yourself to the Goals of your group
b. Fulfill individual assignments
c. Being smart
d. Avoid interpersonal conflicts
e. Encourage full participation
Being smart
An extemporaneous speech utilizes a lengthy manuscript?
False
Which organizational pattern would probably be most effective for arranging the main points of
a speech with the specific purpose "To inform my audience how to start an online business?"
a. spatial
b. technical
c. causal
d. comparative-advantages
e. chronological
Spatial
Which of these strategies should a speaker NOT employ when using visual aids?
A. Avoid using chalkboard
B. Display where listeners can see
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C. turn your back on the audience
D. Avoid passing visual aids during speech
E. Practice with visual aids
Turn your back on the audience
Arranged in random order below are a main point, two subpoints, and two sub-subpoints from
a speech preparation outline. Which is the main point?
f. One example of this kind of phobia is the child who is bitten by a dog and who remains fearful
of dogs
thereafter.
g. MOST PHOBIAS ARE caused by a frightening experience, usually in childhood.
h. Phobias can develop either in childhood or adulthood.
i. Another example is the child who develops a fear of heights after falling off a ladder.
j. Some phobias seem to develop suddenly in adulthood without any apparent cause.
Phobias can develop either in childhood or adulthood.
When using visual aids you should use easy-to-read fonts?
True
Which of these are NOT recommended for tips for using a video?
a. Use only when essential
b. Keep short
c. Only use informative documentaries
d. Integrate into speech
e. Avoid low-resolution
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