Chapter 9- Communication- Exam 2

When making a preparation outline, you should state your main points and subpoints in full sentences to ensure that you develop your ideas fully.True
You should include your specific purpose statement with your preparation outline.True
A preparation outline should include transitions and internal summariesTrue
A speaking outline is usually longer and more detailed than a preparation outline.False
When making a preparation outline, you should state your main points and subpoints in full sentences to ensure that you develop your ideas fully.True
2. According to your textbook, outlining is important to public speaking because an outline helps you judge whether ______.– your main points are properly balanced
-you have adequate supporting materials for your main points
3. In a preparation outline, main points should bepositioned farthest to the left
The speaking outline follows a different pattern of symbolization and indentation from the presentation outline.False
The visual framework of a preparation outline shows the relationships among the speaker’s ideas.True
7. Which of the following is a correctly worded main point for a speech preparation outline?Smallpox poses a real danger to the United States.
According to your textbook, transitions and other connectives should be identified with Roman numerals on a speech preparation outline.False
Arranged in random order below are a main point, two subpoints, and two sub-subpoints from a speech preparation outline. Which is the first subpoint?d. The purpose of a screening interview is just what the name implies — to screen out people the company doesn’t want to hire.
10. According to your textbook, the main reason to keep a speaking outline brief is to ____.c. help the speaker maintain eye contact with the audience
: It is seldom necessary to write out quotations in full in a speaking outline.False
When making a preparation outline, you should state your main points and subpoints in full sentences to ensure that you develop your ideas fully.True
In the preparation outline, main points are identified by Roman numerals and subpoints by capital letters.True
You should keep your speaking outline as brief as possible.True
As your textbook explains, phrasing your speech title as a question can be highly effective.True
Stating main points in a word or two is usually sufficient for a preparation outline.False
Which of the following is a correctly worded main point for a speech preparation outline?Researchers are working on ways to use the iris as a means of identification
Which of the following is a correctly worded main point for a speech preparation outline?The ancestry of the domestic dog can be directly traced to the wolf
When preparing a speaking outline, you should-follow the visual framework of the preparation outline.
-make sure the outline is plainly legible.
-keep the outline as brief as possible.
According to your textbook, which of the following should be included in a preparation outline?-the final bibliography
-a specific purpose statement
-transitions, internal previews, and internal summaries
-the central idea
A catchy speech title is fine as long as it isrelevant to the speech
Preparation Outline ContentTitle
Specific purpose
Central idea
Introduction

Main points
Subpoints
Connectives
Conclusion
Bibliography

The Preparation Outline GuidelinesState specific purpose
Identify central idea
Label introduction, body, conclusion

Use consistent pattern of symbolization, indentation
State main points, subpoints in full sentences

Label transitions, internal summaries, internal previews
Attach bibliography
Provide title

Visual Framework can be defined as…Symbolization & indentation showing relationships among ideas
The Visual Framework includes..I. Main point
A.Subpoint
B. Subpoint
1. Sub-subpoint
2. Sub-subpoint
II. Main point
A.Subpoint
B. Subpoint
1. Sub-subpoint
2. Sub-subpoint
BibliographyList of sources used in preparing speech
Speaking Outline can be defined as..Brief outline to jog memory during presentation
Speaking Outline GuidelinesVisual framework
Legible
Brief
Delivery cues
Delivery CuesDirections for delivering key parts of speech