RLGN 360 Quiz 2

RLGN 360 Quiz 2 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. It is not helpful to tell your audience that you will provide complete notes at the end of your presentation because this only encourages them to not listen and engage in other activities.
  2. The audience is an essential part of the communication equation.
  3. There are times when humor breaks down the barriers that keep people from seeing solutions.
  4. Reciting a memorized tongue twister is a means of jumpstarting the teeth, tongue, lips, and brain.
  5. The _____________ interlocks her fingers at about waist level and then delivers her speech.
  6. Your natural voice is also known as the _________.
  7. Over-articulation in both practice and delivery assures a clear, understandable presentation.
  8. ______________ let their arms hang like lead at their sides reducing their motion to only their hands.
  9. During the ____________ stage of development you work your ideas through the SCORRE process.
  10. Good sound reproduction has limited impact on the versatility and voice inflection of the speaker.
  11. The activist will always have his audience ___________ something.
  12. Belief generates passion, and passion persuades.
  13. Creating a simple outline for your audience to follow is an example of involving your audience in
  14. The _________ stage is where the speech is just a gleam in your eye.
  15. _________ humor is most often associated with stand-up comedy.
  16. A _______________ does not make eye contact with any one person. The audience is simply a group of individuals.
  17. The _____________ domain is what we know.
  18. The light should be positioned at a low enough angle to avoid casting shadows over the eyes.
  19. Singing is a suitable means of vocally preparing for a presentation only if you are a trained singer who is aware of proper vocal techniques.
  20. Video cameras are often located behind the audience. Thus, they do not make for an acceptable means of practicing eye contact.
  21. Which of the following is not one of Ken Davis’ suggestions with regards to awareness of appearance.
  22. As you speak, pick out individuals in the audience and speak directly to them.
  23. Jesus avoided using ordinary objects and events as a means of illustrating key points.
  24. A spectrum of light is the primary indication that the lights are bright enough and at a low enough angle.
  25. With regards to your appearance, when in doubt lean towards the memorable.

Set 2

  1. According to Davis, an excellent presentation must reach beyond the paper to involve the ___________, even in the preparation process.
  2. The _________ stage is where the speech is just a gleam in your eye.
  3. Video cameras are often located behind the audience. Thus, they do not make for an acceptable means of practicing eye contact.
  4. Singing is a suitable means of vocally preparing for a presentation only if you are a trained singer who is aware of proper vocal techniques.
  5. Creating a simple outline for your audience to follow is an example of involving your audience in
  6. Effective communication is only possible when the communicator’s face is visible.
  7. A good storyteller will often concentrate on the ___________ domain.
  8. _____________ is the shortest distance between two people
  9. Giving consideration to the audience moves a talk from a performance to an experience. This is because the audience becomes a part of the presentation.
  10. When you really believe what you say, your whole body gets involved.
  11. Belief generates passion, and passion persuades.
  12. ______________ let their arms hang like lead at their sides reducing their motion to only their hands.
  13. _________ humor is most often associated with stand-up comedy.
  14. _________________ voices are used for emphasis or character.
  15. Good sound reproduction has limited impact on the versatility and voice inflection of the speaker.
  16. To communicate with authority and confidence, stand with your feet slight apart and one foot slight ahead of the other.
  17. The cost of saving time is _________________.
  18. Jesus avoided using ordinary objects and events as a means of illustrating key points.
  19. According to Davis, the best messages can be heard, felt, and lived.
  20. ________________ is a gentle way to acknowledge human frailty.
  21. Good sound reproduction saves strain on the speaker’s voice.
  22. The _____________ interlocks her fingers at about waist level and then delivers her speech.
  23. Some of the best humor is the humor born of simple truth.
  24. A spectrum of light is the primary indication that the lights are bright enough and at a low enough angle.
  25. Your natural voice is also known as the _________.
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