2 A verbal filler is
the utterance of a word such as “um”
the repetition of an idea
a dramatic pause used for emphasis
a necessary break in a speech
3 A visual aid
can include cartoons.
can provide support for idea.
can include illustrations.
All of the above.
4 If an individual you are interviewing gets off the topic under discussion, you should
interrupt the person and stop the irrelevant response
gently bring the person back on track
glance at your watch, look out the window, and give other non-verbal signal indicating that you are not listening.
allow the interviewee to continue until he or she returns to the issue
5 If a speaker wanted to use a tiny, wallet-sized picture in a speech, the best advice would be to
have the visual enlarged or scanned into a PowerPoint program
eliminate the visual entirely
apologize to the audience for their inability to see the visual
have the visual professionally enlarged
6 If you need to be precise with statistics, it is recommended that you
refer listeners to the source at the end of your speech.
use only one or two numbers.
state the numbers slowly and clearly.
construct a visual aid for the data.
7 If you wanted the audience to think carefully about a topic after your conclusion, you would end with a
8 If you wanted to illustrate what portion of one part of a whole is, one of the best visual aids to employ would be t
he bar graph
the line graph
the pie graph
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