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Q: This type of responsibility involves being aware of the consequences of what you speak about and how you say it. A. Thinking responsibility B. Criticizing responsibility C. Ethical
responsibility D. Evaluating responsibly
A: C. Ethical Responsibility-BE AWARE OF ETHICAL IMPLICATIONS OF YOUR CHOICES
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User: In any speech criticism, it is always important to do this first. A. See the speech objectively. B. Look at the behavior not the motivation. C. Point out the positive. D. Be specific.

User: This type of responsibility involves being aware of the consequences of what you speak about and how you say it. A. Thinking responsibility B. Criticizing responsibility C. Ethical responsibility D. Evaluating responsibly

Weegy: C. Ethical Responsibility-BE AWARE OF ETHICAL IMPLICATIONS OF YOUR CHOICES
mythmoh|Points 5309|

User: Constructive criticism means: A. you only talk about the positive. B. you criticize honestly. C. your goal is to help speaker improve. D. you criticize for its own sake.

Weegy: C. your goal is to help speaker improve. Constructive criticism is an evaluation of performance, good and bad, with an eye to improvement rather than simple critique. It is designed to be helpful to the person being evaluated.
thederby|Points 1349|

User: Speech delivery is concerned with: A. presenting the message to the audience. B. delivering the speech to the speaker. C. writing the speech to be delivered. D. brainstorming ideas.

Weegy: : A. presenting the message to the audience.
sipichapie|Points 4532|

User: Evaluating a speech for vocal variety, gestures, and nonverbal tools is a factor of: A. language. B. style. C. presentation. D. overall speech

Weegy: B. style.
patmarone|Points 6007|

User: Studying and analyzing others’ speeches help us to be better: A. speakers. B. listeners. C. critical thinkers. D. All of the above

Weegy: D. All of the above
sipichapie|Points 4532|

User: When deciding on the topic, it is important to consider: A. your audience and which topic would interest them. B. a topic that is new and unfamiliar to you. C. a topic that is interesting to you and that you would like to learn about. D. anything that is easy to write.

Weegy: C. a topic that is interesting to you and that you would like to learn about.
rhey22787|Points 395|

User: The purpose of a speech includes any of the following EXCEPT: A. to inform. B. to persuade. C. to entertain. D. to confuse.

Weegy: D. to confuse.
vanilla2bean|Points 760|

User: Your central idea is a statement that captures in a single sentence: A. the essence of your speech. B. your general purpose. C. your specific purpose. D. your topic.





Weegy: C. your specific purpose.
Expert answered|mirajane|Points 102|

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