Delivering Your Presentation MCQs

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1: Attire is a place chosen for a presentation

A.   True

B.   False

2: A graph that uses vertical or horizontal bars to represent a certain quantity is known as

A.   Pie graph

B.   Bar graph

C.   Line graph

D.   None of these

3: Communication apprehension is a person’s level of __________ associated with a communication situation

A.   Confidence

B.   Fear

C.   Anxiety

D.   B & C

4: A speech in which the speaker carefully prepares notes and an outline, and has thoroughly practiced is known as

A.   Extemporaneous presentation

B.   Impromptu presentation

C.   Group presentation

D.   Manuscript presentation

5: Eye contact is ooking at your audience in

A.   Live settings

B.   Virtual settings

C.   Both

D.   None

6: The smoothness of vocal quality is called

A.   Pitch

B.   Loudness

C.   Fluency

D.   Coarseness

7: Gestures are ___________ movements used to emphasize and reinforce a message.

A.   Hand

B.   Head

C.   Feet

D.   Legs

8: Group presentations consist of ________ with several people doing various parts

A.   Several speeches

B.   Different speeches

C.   One speech

D.   Depends on the number of persons

9: In an impromptu presentation speech is

A.   Already memorized

B.   Pre prepared

C.   Less or not prepared

D.   None of the above

10: A graph showing how something changes over time by connecting line points is known as

A.   Pie graph

B.   Line graph

C.   Both

D.   None

11: A speech that is read from a script word for word is known as

A.   Multimedia presentation

B.   Mediated presentation

C.   Memorized presentation

D.   Manuscript presentation

12: Mediated presentation is viewed using some technological component

A.   True

B.   False

13: A memorized presentation is given with the use of notes

A.   True

B.   False

14: The use of the body during a presentation is referred to as movement

A.   True

B.   False

15: The purpose of multimedia presentational aids is

A.   To reinforce message

B.   Create information

C.   Add new information

D.   All of the above

16: Pie graph is in the form square

A.   True

B.   False

17: Pitch is determined by

A.   Speed

B.   Rate

C.   Amount of vocal inflections

D.   Both a & b

18: The speed of speech is called

A.   Intensity of speech

B.   Rate of speech

C.   Pitch of speech

D.   None of these

19: _________ presentation occurs when a computer screen is recorded and shown in some format.

A.   Screenshot

B.   Recorded

C.   Audio visual

D.   Screencast

20: Communication apprehension based on the particular context for the speaking occasion is known as

A.   State CA

B.   Trait CA

C.   General CA

D.   None of these

21: Systematic desensitisation is done

A.   To lessen anxiety or fear

B.   To boost confidence

C.   To change listener's prospects

D.   To gain popularity

22: Telepresence robot is a robot that allows the user to move it around the room and also uses video conference technology to speak, see, and hear.

A.   True

B.   False

23: The communication apprehension we possess in general on a daily basis across many different contexts is known as

A.   General CA

B.   State CA

C.   Apprehension CA

D.   Trait CA

24: Unnecessary words or phrases that create pauses and disrupt the flow in a speech are called

A.   Conjunctions

B.   Subclauses

C.   Adjuncts

D.   Vocal fillers

25: The level and variety of ________ of a voice is called volume

A.   Loudness

B.   Quality

C.   Pitch

D.   All of the above

26: An individual’s level of fear or anxiety associated with either real or anticipated communication with another person or persons is known as communication ______.

A.   Apprehension

B.   Nervousness

C.   Competency

D.   Awareness

27: Communication apprehension (CA) is ______.

A.   Debilitating

B.   Relatively rare

C.   Moderately common

D.   Universal

28: Reading a speech from a script word for word is called ______ delivery.

A.   Memorized

B.   Impromptu

C.   Extemporaneous

D.   Manuscript

29: Presenting a speech word for word without the use of notes is called ______ delivery.

A.   Memorized

B.   Manuscript

C.   Impromptu

D.   Extemporaneous

30: A speech that uses a traditional form of delivery but is viewed using some technological component is called a(n) ______ speech.

A.   Memorized

B.   Mediated

C.   Impromptu

D.   Manuscript

31: A(n) ______ presentation occurs when the actions on a computer screen are recorded and shown in some format.

A.   Screencast

B.   Extemporaneous

C.   Computer-generated

D.   Manuscript

32: ______ presentations are widely considered the most effective type of speech.

A.   Impromptu

B.   Extemporaneous

C.   Manuscript

D.   Memorized

33: The speed at which a speaker delivers the speech is known as ______.

A.   Volume

B.   Rate

C.   Pitch

D.   Fluency

34: Inexperienced presenters have a tendency to speak ______.

A.   Too quickly

B.   Too slowly

C.   At just the right speed

D.   Too slowly at the beginning of the speech and too quickly by the end

35: The high or low timbre in your voice is called the ______.

A.   Pitch

B.   Volume

C.   Tone

D.   Rate

36: Sounds such as “uh,” “like,” and “um” are referred to as ______.

A.   Speech rates

B.   Intonations

C.   Signposts

D.   Vocal fillers

37: ______ reflects the level and variety of loudness in a voice.

A.   Rate

B.   Volume

C.   Fluency

D.   Pitch

38: Gestures during a speech presentation should ______.

A.   Draw attention away from your message

B.   Appear stylized

C.   Be planned in advance

D.   Be spontaneous

39: Hand movements used to emphasize and reinforce your message are called ______.

A.   Rates

B.   Gestures

C.   Vocalized fillers

D.   Emblems

40: If a speaker is trying to make an emotional appeal during a speech, which of these is the best type of presentation aid?

A.   Text

B.   Graph

C.   Flip chart

D.   Photograph