Storytelling in Public Speaking MCQs

Storytelling in Public Speaking MCQs

Answer these Storytelling in Public Speaking MCQs and see how sharp is your knowledge of Storytelling in Public Speaking.
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1: A theory focusing on the shaping of experience to promote an interpretation is known as Framing theory

A.   True

B.   False

2: "I" language is a language of

A.   Freedom

B.   Responsibility

C.   Ownership

D.   Both B and C

3: A means of communicating a complex idea clearly and powerfully through words and images is known as Summary

A.   True

B.   False

4: "We" Language is a language indicating _____responsibility

A.   Ethical

B.   Economical

C.   Individual

D.   Shared

5: A story should transmit ideas and shape knowledge.

A.   True

B.   False

6: Josh tells a story about how everyone can work together to help solve issues such as childhood hunger. He is most likely to use ______.

A.   “We” language

B.   “I” language

C.   Comparative language

D.   Accessible language

7: What is “real voice”?

A.   The voice that convinces others of our perspective

B.   The perfect version of our voice we should aspire to

C.   The voice we use when we are being genuine and true to ourselves

D.   The voice we use when we are speaking confidently

8: Stories work well when they reflect the speaker’s passion.

A.   True

B.   False

9: A ______ describes what people are doing and why.

A.   Explanation

B.   Description

C.   Message

D.   Narrative

10: The audience will question a speaker’s performance if they choose the wrong story for the wrong occasion.

A.   True

B.   False

11: When incorporated into a speech, stories can be powerful messages that inspire and foster audience participation.

A.   True

B.   False

12: “I” language finds you ______.

A.   Speaking about yourself

B.   Putting yourself in others' shoes

C.   Taking responsibility for your story

D.   Asking others to consider your perspective

13: According to ______ theory, when we compare two unlike things in a figure of speech, the comparison influences us on an unconscious level.

A.   Contrast

B.   Framing

C.   Authority

D.   Persuasion

14: Stories help a speaker shape the reality they want others to imagine.

A.   True

B.   False