Liberty COMS 101 Quiz Chapter 7 Answers Complete Solutions
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Narrative order organizes the main points of your speech based upon aspects of a story
Using “first,” or “second,” or “third” to highlight your main points is an example of ______________.
Signposts are usually one word references such as “essentially.”
Main points are always easy to identify.
A sentence representation of the hierarchical and sequential relationships between ideas presented in a speech is called a _______________.
A one or two sentence summary of your speech that incorporates your general and specific goals as well as previews the main points of the speech is ______________.
To avoid unintentional plagiarism, you should ____________ as you organize the outline the speech body.
The number of main points should be limited to help audience members keep track of the ideas.
A statement alerting listeners to why the main point is important to them is known as the listener relevance link
Complete sentences that show the relationship between, or bridge, major parts of a speech are ___________________.
You are more likely to achieve your speech goal if .
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Main points are .
A thesis statement is .
A thesis statement is used as a transition from to .
A thesis statement provides a blueprint from which you will your speech.
The length of your speech is determined by .
An example of an elaboration is .
When the same sentence structure or introductory words are used, it is .
Parallel structure helps the audience recognize main points by recalling .
Creating a structure or organizing your speech .
Organizing main points in a chronological sequence or by steps in a process is known as .
Organizing the main points of the speech by categories or divisions of a subject is called .
Organizing the main points of a persuasive speech by the reasons that support the speech goal is known as .
Like main points, sub-points should be .
Developmental material that will be used in the speech, is the .
Personal experiences, examples, illustrations and quotations are examples of .
Words, phrases, or sentences that show a relationship between, or bridge, two ideas are .
Section transitions help the audience to .
Previewing main points in the thesis statement, stating each main point clearly and providing transitions will .
Main points should always be in complete sentences on your outline.
Thesis statements should always state the main points of your speech.
Thesis statements should be used to transition from the body of the speech to the conclusion.
The length of the speech depends solely on how many main points you have.
Parallel structure helps your audience to recognize main points by recalling a pattern in the wording.
Organizing your speech does nothing to help your audience retain information, so it is a waste of time.
Topic order organizes your main points in a chronological sequence or by steps in a process.
Unlike main points, sub-points should not be in complete sentences.
Section transitions help the audience to follow the organization of the speech.