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1. As John Mason Brown conversed with the person who was about ready to introduce him as a speaker, the person said, "Relax, I don't believe in preparing a speech." What type of job did that person do in introducing Mr. Brown?
horrible
2. The speech of introduction serves the same purpose of a social introduction by accomplishing three things. What are they?
1. Brings speaker and audience together, 2. Establishes friendly atmosphere, 3. Creates a bond of interest
3. Define and explain the word "introduction."
out to lead us to the inside of the topic sufficiently to make us want to hear it discussed
4. What two things should an introduction "sell?"
topic and speaker
5. Dale Carnegie says that nine times out of ten, how are introductions done?
inexcusably inadequate
6. What is the first suggestion Carnegie gives to help you make a well-organized speech of introduction?
thoroughly prepare what you were going to say.
7. As you prepare for the speaker introduction, what four items should you center your introduction on?
Subject, qualifications, name, why it is important to audience
8. There is nothing more embarrassing than for the speaker to take exception to the introduction by doing what?
by disclaiming part of it as untrue
9. If at all possible, try to get speaker information directly from whom?
the speaker
10. Most of your speaker preparation information will involve getting facts about what?
speakers qualifications
11. When you give information about the speaker's educational degrees, it is best to indicate the highest and more recent type of what items?
offices
12. Above all, do not pass over what type of items of a man's career?
most distinguished
13. What did a well-known speaker fail to mention in introducing the Irish poet W.B. Yeats?
Nobel Prize
14. Above all, what should you make sure you familiarize yourself with and pronounce correctly?
name
15. In doing your specific research for the introduction, what purpose should you try to achieve?
be specific
16. What is the second suggestion Carnegie gives to help you make a well-organized speech of introduction?
Follow the TIS formula
17. Explain the TIS formula?
Topic/Importance/Speaker
18. An example was given of an introductory speaker getting the audience thinking about the telephone. What did he do to excite curiosity?
by asking questions
19. What are some of the examples of faults given in introducing speakers?
20. What does Tom Collins say is fatal to do?
make promises of laughter
21. What mistake was made in introducing speaker Stephen Leacock?
cheaper talent
22. What is the third suggestion Carnegie gives to help you make a well-organized speech of introduction?
be enthusiastic
23. When you pronounce a speaker's name, what are three P's to remember?
pause, part, punch
24. What is the one more caution given to avoid doing when enunciating a speaker's name?
don't turn to speaker until after last syllable
25. What is the fourth suggestion Carnegie gives to help you make a well-organized speech of introduction?
be warmly sincere
26. What is the fifth suggestion Carnegie gives to help you make a well-organized speech of introduction?
thoroughly prepare a talk of presentation
27. What is the deepest yearning of the human heart?
for recognition and honor
28. When you make a speech of presentation, what should you attempt to do?
reassure the recipient really is somebody
29. What is a time-tested formula to use in presenting an award?
Why, interesting life/activity fact, how much its deserved, congratulate
30. What will exaggerated praise do to the speaker?
makes them uncomfortable
31. What is the sixth suggestion Carnegie gives to help you make a well-organized speech of introduction?
Express sincere feelings in talk of acceptance
32. What is a suggested format you can use when accepting an award and expressing heartfelt gratitude?
thank you, give credit, what it means, thank you again