Question;Which of the following is a question that you need to answer;to successfully analyze your audience??;A. What is the main concern of the presentation?;B. Who are the key players?;C. Will I be standing and presenting the slides?;D. How quickly can I complete the presentation?;The question-and-answer session with the audience during your presentation __________.;A. helps you build your credibility by demonstrating your;expertise and openness;B. does not allow you to deflect or address your audience's;criticism;C. undermines and trivializes the important parts of your;presentation;D. does not allow you to emphasize and expand on important;points;For most business presentations, the main message should;A. not include a solution to the problem discussed in the;presentation;B. lead your audience to the intended outcome;C. not highlight what the audience will gain from the;presentation;D. take the presenter's rather than the audience's point of;view;Rosie includes detailed text of her speech for a;presentation on slides so that she can use it as her "speaking;script." This is __________.;A. a good idea, as this will give her the fluency required;for the presentation;B. a good idea, as white spaces on slides are undesirable;C. a poor idea, because this layout will let the audience;know what she is going to say in advance;D. a poor idea, since the audience can absorb more if the;slides contain less information;A slide master __________.;A. is a word processing tool;B. enforces consistency in your visual elements;C. saves you time but runs the risk of inconsistent;formatting;D. is useful as it allows you to cut and paste the;formatting from one slide to the next;Which of the following would be the most effective way to;begin a presentation on implementing a new training program??;A. Our current training system is not up to par.;B. Are you aware that our training system is outdated?;C. Three out of five employees are not sufficiently prepared;for their jobs by our current training system.;D. Training is very important to the success of our company.;The more specific your objective, __________.;A. the more time it will take to create an effective;presentation;B. the longer your presentation will need to be to be;effective;C. the easier it will be to create an effective presentation;D. the less persuasive your presentation will be;help you see the big picture of a presentation;before you get too involved with creating individual slides.;A. Animations;B. Storyboards;C. Slide decks;D. Message headlines;Dexter is delivering a presentation on a new project that is;perceived as risky by some members of his audience. He opens his presentation;with the following words: "Nothing ventured, nothing gained." This is;an example of capturing attention by __________.;A. stating a fact;B. telling an anecdote;C. quoting a familiar saying;D. sharing a secret;Your colleague Anita previews for you the slides she created;for an upcoming presentation. You notice that she used slide animations on almost;every slide. What advice would you give her?;A. Animations are engaging and should be used anywhere;possible on your slides.;B. Animation should be used only to reveal bullet points one;at a time.;C. Animation is encouraged only when it helps your audience;to better understand your point.;D. Animation trivializes your concepts and should not be;used in serious presentations.;If a slide deck makes "stand-alone sense," then it;means that the slide deck __________.;A. is comprehensible only by those people who have prior;knowledge of the topic;B. includes every word the presenter plans to say;C. requires supporting documents like handouts for it to be;understood;D. can be understood by anyone who reads it without the;benefit of the presenter;Jane needs to create a presentation to teach her co-workers;how to work with a new database system. This means that her presentation will;be __________.;A. informational;B. persuasive;C. instructional;D. collaborative;When you deliver a business presentation, __________.;A. you are limited to only one medium;B. you should never embed video or audio files with your;slides;C. mixing several media is not recommended, as this will;likely confuse your audience;D. you can combine multiple options to best serve your;purpose, content, and setting;Starting a presentation with a(n. __________ can be risky.;A. anecdote;B. quotation;C. question;D. statistic;The first step in the process of designing slide;presentations is __________.;A. organizing the content;B. developing a template;C. identifying the type of presentation;D. creating a storyboard;Which of the following guidelines should be followed for;creating a template that supports effective visual communication?;A. Avoid templates with decorative, nonfunctional graphics.;B. Use highly ornate symbols as bullets.;C. Avoid including slide numbers.;D. Use dramatic color gradations on backgrounds.;Which of the following is a goal of the opening of a;presentation?;A. establishing rapport with the audience;B. analyzing the requirements of the audience;C. identifying the tools that will be needed during the;presentation;D. visualizing the outcome of the presentation;Which of the following media is most appropriate if you want;to encourage your audience to collaborate, interact, and create content?;A. slides;B. podcasts;C. video conferences;D. flipcharts;Which of the following statements is true regarding the use;of a document camera during a presentation?;A. It encourages the audience to collaborate, interact, and;create content.;B. It helps with communicating complex material that people;need to look at carefully.;C. It is used for presenting to a distant audience;accessible by computer technology.;D. It can be used to share content that is not in electronic;form.;Which of the following is considered part of analyzing your;setting?;A. Who are the key players?;B. What are the needs of your audience?;C. Will you be using your own computer to present slides?;D. How far do you need to move your audience before they;act?
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