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Question 1 Define a devil’s advocate For the toolbar, press ALT+F10 (PC) or ALT+FN+F10 (Mac). Content Editor Use arrow keys to select functions Bold Italic Underline Font family Font size Text Color ▼ Bullet List ▼ Number List ▼ Toggle Spell Checker ▼ Insert/Edit Link Remove Link Bold Italic Underline Strikethrough Format Font family Font size Bullet List Number List Text Color ▼ Highlight ▼ Remove Formatting Cut Copy Paste Find Undo Redo Align Left Align Center Align Right Align Full Indent Outdent Superscript Subscript Insert/Edit Link Remove Link Direction Left to Right Direction Right to Left Line Horizontal Rule Insert Nonbreaking Space Character Toggle Spell Checker Record from Webcam Launch Math Editor Insert Mashup ▼ Show Nonprinting Characters Blockquote Symbol Emotions Anchor Insert/Edit Table Table Row Properties Table Cell Properties Insert Row Before Insert Row After Delete Row Insert Column Before Insert Column After Delete Column Merge Table Cells Split Merged Table Cells HTML Code View Edit CSS Style Preview Help Full Screen Show More Path: Words:0 10 points Question 2 Turning your back on your audience doesn’t negatively impact your presentation. True False 10 points Question 3 Which of the following sentences demonstrates an allegory: A. You were so let I thought you might get here tomorrow! B. Sally stood in silence in the center of the section C. The way he dropped the ball, you’d think he had hands of stone D. If you’re parents knew you were here, they’d disown you. 10 points Question 4 Write a sentence using antimetaboles For the toolbar, press ALT+F10 (PC) or ALT+FN+F10 (Mac). Content Editor Use arrow keys to select functions Bold Italic Underline Font family Font size Text Color ▼ Bullet List ▼ Number List ▼ Toggle Spell Checker ▼ Insert/Edit Link Remove Link Bold Italic Underline Strikethrough Format Font family Font size Bullet List Number List Text Color ▼ Highlight ▼ Remove Formatting Cut Copy Paste Find Undo Redo Align Left Align Center Align Right Align Full Indent Outdent Superscript Subscript Insert/Edit Link Remove Link Direction Left to Right Direction Right to Left Line Horizontal Rule Insert Nonbreaking Space Character Toggle Spell Checker Record from Webcam Launch Math Editor Insert Mashup ▼ Show Nonprinting Characters Blockquote Symbol Emotions Anchor Insert/Edit Table Table Row Properties Table Cell Properties Insert Row Before Insert Row After Delete Row Insert Column Before Insert Column After Delete Column Merge Table Cells Split Merged Table Cells HTML Code View Edit CSS Style Preview Help Full Screen Show More Path: Words:0 10 points Question 5 Speeches that withstand the test of time are usually filled with: A. Verbal allusions B. Passion. C. International significance D. Social relevance 10 points Question 6 An oxymoron is a verbal style in which: A. Objects or occasions are given metaphorical definitions. B. A contradiction is obvious. C. Related items are compiled to an argument. D. What is said is considerably less than what’s actually meant. 10 points Question 7 In some famous speeches, the use of urgent language does what? A. Emphasizes the seriousness of the situation. B. All of the above. C. Elevates the sense of urgency. D. Expresses the importance of the message. 10 points Question 8 One disadvantage to utilizing a devil’s advocate prior to delivering the actual speech is that you’re able to prepare logical arguments should someone from the audience object. True False 10 points Question 9 Flip charts are best for smaller, formal groups. True False 10 points Question 10 The difference between an analogy and a simile is: A. One is a play on words that uses a sound descriptor associated with the item being named. B. One applies a phrase that embellishes, but isn’t literally applicable. C. One repeats words within the same sentence, but reverses them. D. One’s meaning is recognizably opposite of the literal translation

Question 1

 

Define a devil’s advocate

For the toolbar, press ALT+F10 (PC) or ALT+FN+F10 (Mac). Content Editor

Use arrow keys to select functions

Bold Italic Underline Font family Font size
Text Color

 

Bullet List
Number List
Toggle Spell Checker
Insert/Edit Link Remove Link
Bold Italic Underline Strikethrough Format Font family Font size Bullet List Number List
Text Color

 

Highlight

 

Remove Formatting

 

Cut Copy Paste Find Undo Redo Align Left Align Center Align Right Align Full Indent Outdent Superscript Subscript Insert/Edit Link Remove Link Direction Left to Right Direction Right to Left Line Horizontal Rule Insert Nonbreaking Space Character Toggle Spell Checker

 

Record from Webcam Launch Math Editor
Insert Mashup
Show Nonprinting Characters Blockquote Symbol Emotions Anchor Insert/Edit Table Table Row Properties Table Cell Properties Insert Row Before Insert Row After Delete Row Insert Column Before Insert Column After Delete Column Merge Table Cells Split Merged Table Cells HTML Code View Edit CSS Style

 

Preview Help Full Screen Show More
Path:

Words:0

10 points

Question 2

 

Turning your back on your audience doesn’t negatively impact your presentation.

True

False

10 points

Question 3

 

Which of the following sentences demonstrates an allegory:

A. You were so let I thought you might get here tomorrow!
B. Sally stood in silence in the center of the section
C. The way he dropped the ball, you’d think he had hands of stone
D. If you’re parents knew you were here, they’d disown you.

10 points

Question 4

 

Write a sentence using antimetaboles

For the toolbar, press ALT+F10 (PC) or ALT+FN+F10 (Mac). Content Editor

Use arrow keys to select functions

Bold Italic Underline Font family Font size
Text Color

 

Bullet List
Number List
Toggle Spell Checker
Insert/Edit Link Remove Link
Bold Italic Underline Strikethrough Format Font family Font size Bullet List Number List
Text Color

 

Highlight

 

Remove Formatting

 

Cut Copy Paste Find Undo Redo Align Left Align Center Align Right Align Full Indent Outdent Superscript Subscript Insert/Edit Link Remove Link Direction Left to Right Direction Right to Left Line Horizontal Rule Insert Nonbreaking Space Character Toggle Spell Checker

 

Record from Webcam Launch Math Editor
Insert Mashup
Show Nonprinting Characters Blockquote Symbol Emotions Anchor Insert/Edit Table Table Row Properties Table Cell Properties Insert Row Before Insert Row After Delete Row Insert Column Before Insert Column After Delete Column Merge Table Cells Split Merged Table Cells HTML Code View Edit CSS Style

 

Preview Help Full Screen Show More
Path:

Words:0

10 points

Question 5

 

Speeches that withstand the test of time are usually filled with:

A. Verbal allusions
B. Passion.
C. International significance
D. Social relevance

10 points

Question 6

 

An oxymoron is a verbal style in which:

A. Objects or occasions are given metaphorical definitions.
B. A contradiction is obvious.
C. Related items are compiled to an argument.
D. What is said is considerably less than what’s actually meant.

10 points

Question 7

 

In some famous speeches, the use of urgent language does what?

A. Emphasizes the seriousness of the situation.
B. All of the above.
C. Elevates the sense of urgency.
D. Expresses the importance of the message.

10 points

Question 8

 

One disadvantage to utilizing a devil’s advocate prior to delivering the actual speech is that you’re able to prepare logical arguments should someone from the audience object.

True

False

10 points

Question 9

 

Flip charts are best for smaller, formal groups.

True

False

10 points

Question 10

 

The difference between an analogy and a simile is:

A. One is a play on words that uses a sound descriptor associated with the item being named.
B. One applies a phrase that embellishes, but isn’t literally applicable.
C. One repeats words within the same sentence, but reverses them.
D. One’s meaning is recognizably opposite of the literal translation

 

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