When a person reads a poem aloud, which technique is most effective for
rousing the emotions of the audience?
a. using a british accent
b. skipping the parts of the poem that lack action
c. using a smooth and consistent tone of voice
d. changing the pace with the intensity of the words
D. Changing the pace with the intensity of the words
D. Changing the pace with the intensity of the words.
The technique that is most effective for bringing focus to the wording and structure of the poem while reading it aloud is intonation based on rhythm.
The most important thing to bring to focus on the wording and structure of the poem is the correct intonation that should be put on the poem while reading it aloud. A poem's rhythm shows the pacing that is to be followed while reading it. The correct pronunciation and voice projection should be used to arrive at the right intonation. The rhythm defines the pauses and the intensity with which the poem is to be read aloud. One's voice should be able to clearly express the rise and fall of the poem, thus expressing the attitudes and emotions that accompany the poem.
The correct answer is to use a pace that is appropriate for the tone of the poem. The rhythm of the poem is usually established by its mood, so a sad poem could be read at a slow pace and a happy or excited poem could be read at a fast pace, in that way the feeling of the poem will be transmitted to the audience
The correct answer suspense.
The most effective way for arousing audience emotions is through suspense because the audience may wonder what will be next.
Suspense it is a noun and it is a mysterious situation or undecided or uncertain or anxiety situation.
Because if you take your time and enunciate what you are saying, it adds different emotions. Hope this helps!!
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