COM 295 Week 4 Knowledge Check

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COM 295 Week 4 Knowledge Check

The material presented below is not meant to be a comprehensive list of all you need to know in the content area. Rather it is a starting point for building your knowledge and skills. Additional study materials are recommended in each area below to help you master the material.

Personalized Study Guide Results:

Score: 12 / 12

Concepts Mastery Questions

Types of visuals for presenting data, information, and ideas 100% • 1

• 2• 3

Choosing the right visuals to present data, information, and ideas 100% • 4

• 5• 6

Developing an oral or online presentation 100% • 7

• 8• 9

Using visuals to enhance your presentation 100% • 10

• 11

• 12

Concept: Types of visuals for presenting data, information, and ideas

Mastery : 100% Questions : • 1

• 2• 3

Materials on the concept:

• Designing Visual Communication

• Flowcharts and Organization Charts

• Integrating Visuals with Text

• Bar Charts, Pictograms, and Gantt Charts

1.

In which scenario would you use a flowchart as a visual element?

• A.

You want to indicate the differences among various consumer groups in a target audience.

• B.

You need to show the increase in product quality after implementation of a new process.

• C.

You need to explain the process for a certain activity within your organization.

• D.

You need to indicate the proportion of your company’s profit generated by various departments.

2.

What is the best placement for a visual item in a document?

• A.

Immediately before or after the text it illustrates

• B.

Grouped together with other visuals

• C.

At the end of the document

• D.

In an appendix following the document

3.

Which is a type of bar chart used to identify positive and negative values?

• A.

Deviation bar chart

• B.

Grouped bar chart

• C.

Paired bar chart

• D.

Segmented bar chart

Concept: Choosing the right visuals to present data, information, and ideas

Mastery : 100% Questions : • 4

• 5• 6

Materials on the concept:

• Designing Visual Communication

• Flowcharts and Organization Charts

• Visual Design Principles

• Writing Titles, Captions, and Legends

4.

Adela needs to create a visual that will depict a complex process consisting of decision points. Which is the best option for her?

• A.

A scatter diagram

• B.

A flowchart

• C.

A bar graph

• D.

A pie chart

5.

What should you do when creating a presentation that incorporates visuals?

• A.

To maintain consistency in design, avoid using contrasting colors in charts.

• B.

Avoid styles that use informal balance to arrange content on a slide.

• C.

Use more visuals when trying to overcome a language barrier.

• D.

Use as many visuals as possible to hold the audience’s attention.

6.

Which element of a visual will help you identify its content and aim?

• A.

The index

• B.

The title

• C.

The legend

• D.

The slogan

Concept: Developing an oral or online presentation

Mastery : 100% Questions : • 7

• 8• 9

Materials on the concept:

• Developing Oral and Online Presentations

• Planning a Presentation

• Analyzing the Situation

• Arousing Audience Interest

7.

Identify the activity that is part of the first step in the three-step process of preparing an oral or online presentation.

• A.

Assessing your content and discourse notes

• B.

Preparing supporting visuals and discourse notes

• C.

Mastering your delivery mode and practicing the presentation

• D.

Obtaining information necessary for the presentation

8.

Which of the following is a good seating arrangement for conducting breakout sessions?

• A.

Conference table seating

• B.

Horseshoe seating

• C.

Café seating

• D.

Classroom seating

9.

Hachiro is preparing a presentation that provides an overview of his company and its products. The company only produces environmentally friendly products and is involved in research to generate more green ideas. Hachiro wants to grab his audience’s interest right from the beginning of his presentation. What can he do to achieve this?

• A.

He should speak at length about the company.

• B.

He should pass around a few of the company’s products.

• C.

He should read his presentation from his notes.

• D.

He should speak without using any visuals that could potentially distract his audience.

Concept: Using visuals to enhance your presentation

Mastery : 100% Questions : • 10

• 11

• 12

Materials on the concept:

• Enhancing Presentations with Slides and Other Visuals

• Hyperlinks

• Artwork

• Creating Navigation and Support Slides

10.

Mal is creating a presentation on his company’s brand strategy. Midway through the presentation, he wants to move to a website that contains product reviews. Which of the following should he use to move directly from the presentation to the website?

• A.

A bumper slide

• B.

A moving blueprint

• C.

A title slide

• D.

A hyperlink

11.

Salvatore’s professor tells him to include functional rather than decorative artwork in his presentation. What can Salvatore do to achieve this?

• A.

Add charts and diagrams that support his presentation

• B.

Include artwork that sets the emotional tone for the presentation

• C.

Include clipart in the foreground of his slides

• D.

Remove images that include textual or numerical information



12.

What is the purpose of moving blueprints?

• A.

They contain an outline of the presentation but are not viewed by the audience.

• B.

They contain the title of the presentation and the presenter’s contact details.

• C.

They indicate which sections have already been covered and which sections will be covered.

• D.

They contain hyperlinks or action buttons that lead to other slides in the presentation or to external resources.
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