Fundamentals of Communication
Fundamentals of Communication COMM 2200
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Date Created: 09/23/15
Comm 2200 Quiz l Iquot S P Equot 9 N 9 5 H O H H H N H W In outline format you should try to use the same pattern of wording for all main points a True This organizational method separates your topic into constituent parts so that each main point deals with a specific feature component benefit or implication a Topical What are the 4 objectives of an introduction a Attention getter reveal topic credibility statement and internal preview List the three types of supporting materials a Examples testimony and statistics Establishing credibility with your audience requires firsthand experience a False What type of testimony lends a personal viewpoint of your ideas a Peer testimony Phrases that connect your main points are called a Transitions This statement follows your introduction and tells the audience what you will discuss next a Internal preview When looking at oral delivery this refers to the highness or lowness of a speaker s voice a Pitch What type of testimony lends credibility and validity to your ideas a Expert testimony For your informative speech what percentage of time should you maintain eye contact with your audience a 70 This type of informative speech may take a specific skill or illustrate to the audience how specific ste ps rela te a Process This type of informative speech features something that happens or is regarded as happening a Event This organizational method focuses the main points so they follow a directional pattern a Spatial What are three brainstorming procedures that you can do to narrow down your topic a Inventoring clustering searching
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