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Ninth Grade (Grade 9) Rhetoric and Propaganda Questions

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Grade 9 Rhetoric and Propaganda
Rhetoric refers to:
  1. A question you do not expect an answer to
  2. Something that repeats over and over
  3. The art of effective or persuasive speaking or writing
  4. The part of your paper that explains your point of view
Grade 9 Rhetoric and Propaganda
Active listeners listen for the                  when another person is speaking
  1. vocabulary ideas
  2. beginning ideas
  3. difficult ideas
  4. central ideas
Grade 9 Rhetoric and Propaganda
Grade 9 Rhetoric and Propaganda
Grade 9 Rhetoric and Propaganda
Grade 9 Rhetoric and Propaganda
Grade 9 Rhetoric and Propaganda
Grade 9 Rhetoric and Propaganda
Information backing up the claim is?
  1. Overgeneralization
  2. Evidence
  3. Illogical Conclusion
  4. Claim
  5. Personal Bias
Grade 9 Rhetoric and Propaganda
What is a logical fallacy that never really proves the point called?
  1. begging the question
  2. begging the anwer
  3. begging the idea
  4. begging the focus
Grade 9 Rhetoric and Propaganda
Grade 9 Rhetoric and Propaganda
What is stage fright?
  1. a fear of touching a stage
  2. an acting performance on stage
  3. the nervousness felt before a public performance
  4. a fear of being bitten on stage
Grade 9 Rhetoric and Propaganda
Grade 9 Rhetoric and Propaganda
To avoid misunderstandings when listening, a person should become                       .
  1. a hearing expert
  2. an active understander
  3. an active listener
  4. a hearing researcher
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