1 Intro to Public Speaking JEOPARDY Chapter Review 9, 10, 15, & 16
Intros & Conclusions Ch10 Outlining Ch11 Persuasion Ch16 Methods of Persuasion Ch17 Grab Bag 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500
Intros & Conclusions100 The audience’s perception of whether a speaker is qualified to speak on a given topic. A: What is credibility?
Intros & Conclusions 200 A statement in the introduction of a speech that identifies the main points to be discussed in the body of the speech. A: What is apreview statement?
Intros & Conclusions 300 The audience’s perception of whether the speaker has the best interests of the audience in mind. A: What is goodwill?
Intros & Conclusions 400 A conclusion in which the speech builds to a zenith of power and intensity. A: What is a crescendo ending?
Intros & Conclusions 500 The name used by Aristotle for what modern students of communication refer to as credibility. A: What is ethos?
Outlining100 A list of all the sources used in preparing a speech. A: What isa bibliography (or reference page)?
Outlining 200 A detailed plan for a speech that includes the specific purpose, the central idea, the introduction, main and sub-points, connectives, and conclusion. A: What is a preparation outline?
Outlining 300 A brief outline used to jog a speaker’s memory during the presentation of a speech. A: What is aspeaking outline?
Outlining 400 Directions in a speaking outline to help a speaker remember how she or he wants to deliver key parts of the speech. A: What aredelivery cues?
Outlining 500 The pattern of symbolization and indentation in a speech outline that shows the relationships among the speaker’s ideas. What isvisual framework?
Persuasion100 An analogy in which the two cases being compared are not really alike. A: What is false analogy?
Persuasion 200 The process of drawing a conclusion on the basis of evidence. A: What is reasoning?
Persuasion 300 The organizational pattern typically used in persuasive speeches on a question of value. A: What istopical organization?
Persuasion 400 A fallacy where a speaker introduces an irrelevant issue in order to divert attention from the subject being discussed. A: What is the red herring fallacy?
Persuasion 500 The fallacy of attacking the person rather than dealing with the real issue in dispute. A: What is the ad hominem fallacy?
Methods of Persuasion100 An error in reasoning. A: What is afallacy?
Methods of Persuasion 200 The portion of the whole audience that the speaker most wants to persuade. A: What is thetarget audience?
Methods of Persuasion 300 A fallacy where a conclusion is drawn from insufficient evidence. A: What is ahasty generalization?
Methods of Persuasion 400 A technique in which a speaker connects himself or herself with the values, attitudes, or experiences of the audience. A: What iscreating common ground?
Methods of Persuasion 500 A fallacy where listeners are forced to choose between two alternatives when more than two alternative exist. A: What is the either-or fallacy?
Grab Bag/Odds & Ends100 Competence and character are two factors of an audience’s perception of a speaker’s qualification to speak. A: What is credibility?
Grab Bag/Odds & Ends 200 Reasoning that seeks to establish the relationship between causes and effects. A: What is causal reasoning?
Grab Bag/Odds & Ends 300 The name used by Aristotle for what modern students of communication refer to as emotional appeal. A: What is pathos?
Grab Bag/Odds & Ends 400 Supporting materials used to prove or disprove a point. Daily Double A: What isevidence?
Grab Bag/Odds & Ends 500 A method of organizing a persuasive speech that seeks immediate action. A: What is Monroe’s Motivated Sequence?