Sdv 100 Final Exam

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Hello Class, Answer the following multiple choice/true false/fill-in-the-blank questions taken from Chapters 7, 8, 10, 11, 12, the Financial Savvy PowerPoint and the Communication PowerPoint. Both PowerPoint presentations can be found on Blackboard in Weekly Assignment folders in the classroom. Each item 1-70 is worth 1 points for a total of 70 points. You have two hours to complete the exam. Question 71 is worth 30 points which will be added to your final exam score once I read and award points. Good Luck! S. Goodwin SDV 100 JSRCC

  
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1.  Your sensory memory includes
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2.  If you are an active reader, you might
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3.  What advice is least helpful to increase your attention when it wanders?
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4.  A memory principle that helps actors memorize lines by dividing material in manageable units is called
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5.  A useful way to remember what you read is to
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6.  When you are unable to forget something that you would prefer to forget...this is an example of
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7.  If reading your assignments aloud helps you retain information, you are likely a(n) __________ learner.
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8.  If cutting up your instructor's notes and reassembling them helps you retan information, you are likely a(n) _________ learner.
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9.  According to the text, metacognition is defined as
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10.  Talking to yourself while you're studying
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11.  Which of the following is not a helpful study strategy?
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12.  According to  your text, shortcuts in studying
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13.  Words like sometimes, often, and ordinarily often make a statement on an exam
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14.  An essay question that asks you to examine two or more things to find similarities will often use the verb
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15.  An essay question that asks you to provide a detailed account will often use the verb
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16.  An essay question that asks you to give concrete examples to demonstrate something will often use the verb
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17.  An essay question that asks you to make a judgment or describe the pros and cons of something often use the verb 
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18.  An example of the interconnectedness of courses is the close connection between
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19.  In a fact-finding mission about a major, which of the following is the least valuable question to ask someone you are interviewing?
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20.  If making others happy, makes you happy, your "Academic Anatomy" preference is likely to be working with your
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21.  If you like building things, your "Academic Anatomy" preference is likely to be working with your
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22.  If you like solving problems, your "Academic Anatomy" preference is likely to be working with your
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23.  If you are athletic, your "Academic Anatomy" preference is likely to be working with your
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24.  Which of the following is an example of Instrumentation?
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25.  If you chose a major based on your passions, you would be
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26.  Which of the following best describes a quarterlife crises:
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27.  All of the following are examples of networking except:
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28.  Rhea has little work experience in her chosen field, but has had solid courses and a well-developed portfolio showcasing examples of her skills.  Which approach to her résumé should she use?
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29.  Telling the interviewer you can get by on $25,000 a year when she was prepared to offer you $50,000 is not an example of
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30.  Which of the following is an example of exhibiting a work ethic
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31.  This type of learning is connected with your class and emphasizes hands-on learning
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32.  Jim is completing his associate's degree in criminal justice.  His major requires students to work alongside a professional in criminal justice during their last term.  This is called:
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33.  If Arthur decides that he cannot continue in college now, he should
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34.  Chapter 13 discusses three ways to "try a job on for size."  What are they?
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35.  Being tuned in and understanding the culture of the organization you work for is an example of
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36.  Go to www.extension.purdue.edu/retirement/ Click on Module 2, then click on Module 2a.What percentage of your current income will be sufficient as retirement income?
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37.  Being financially savvy includes
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38.  Contact your creditors to
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39.  Looking for new sources for scholarships can define success in fulfilling financial responsibilities.
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40.  Looking for volunteer jobs is a contradiction to the point of being financially savvy.
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41.  Stocks are sold for a profit if the stock price goes down.
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42.  Funding an IRA increases your taxable income.
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43.  Protect your credit by
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44.  Being credit savvy includes understanding that a credit card is a high interest, short term loan.
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45.  The purchase of government or company bonds is a way to lend money with the expectation of return plus interest.
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46.  An employer based plan invests for employees' retirement through payroll deduction and matching contribution.
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47.  Mutual fund investment instruments include those that encourage pooling of money for profitable return.
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48.  According to an ancient proverb, the art is not in making money but in
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49.  How much interest is paid on a credit card debt of $3,000, at 18% interest, $100 per month for 41 months?
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50.  Degrees which are designed to transfer include
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51.  Communicators should focus on language because
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52.  ________________ is a system of symbols (words and vocabulary) structured by grammar and syntax common to a community of people.
53.  ____________ dictate and limit the nature of our reality.
54.  The meaning of a word is how a person ________ or makes sense of a symbol.
55.  Sometimes the speaker's and the receiver's meanings do not correspond.  This is known as
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56.  The denotative level of language is expressed as feelings.
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57.  _______________ words are those that use the five senses to convey meanings.
58.  The meaning of words can change from culture to culture.
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59.  Content or substantive material is created at the ___________ level of language.
60.  Abstract messages are more difficult to understand or agree upon.
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61.  Culture extends from generation to generation and consists of
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62.  Words and meanings are closely connected by context.
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63.  Words that reflect bias toward other cultures
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64.  Biased language may include untrue generalizations that deny individual differences or variations.
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65.  Speakers and listeners will improve communication success if they keep abreast of linguistic changes that reveal ethnic preferences.
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66.  When communicators use he/she, he or she, or s/he, they are effectively
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67.  One function of appropriate language choices is to communicate respect.
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68.  Drawing attention to a person's physical, mental, or learning disability is
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69.  Communicators should avoid references to socioeconomic differences.
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70.  Words that arouse certain emotions are called ____________ words.
71.  Type your answer of no less than 150 words in response to the following question. How can communicators construct supportive relationships?  Name and explain at least three (3) ways.
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