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A ______________ is used for assessing an oral interpretation. a. rubric c. written checklist b. mental checklist d. none of these
Weegy: d User: Which of the following is not a consideration related to the choosing of a piece for an oral interpretation? a. timing c. reader b. purpose d. audience Weegy: Audience is not a consideration related to the choosing of a piece for an oral interpretation. User: According to the lecture, conveying appropriate emotions and logical ideas contributes to the ________________________ of an oral interpretation. a. choice of selection c. comprehension b. physical attitude d. voice and diction Weegy: Showing control and restraint, being responsive to the audience, and using appropriate facial expressions could all be found on a rubric for oral interpretation under the category of d. physical attitude (More)
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A visual code helps a person remember a fact by a. storing the fact as a sequence of sounds. b. representing the fact by its meaning. c. pairing it with another fact. d. creating a mental picture.
Weegy: it creates a picture that helps a person remember a fact easily. User: Sensory register that holds mental traces of sounds User: Mental pictures of the things you see that do not last very long are called _____. a. implicit memory. c. semantic memory. b. episodic memory. d. iconic memory. Weegy: Mental pictures of the things you see that do not last very long are called d. iconic memory. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iconic_memory (More)
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