Q011 PowerPoint Part 2

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Q011 PowerPoint Part 2 - Quiz

Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Which parts of your Presentation go at the beginning of the show?

    • A.

      Title & Teaser

    • B.

      Recap & Sources

    • C.

      Contents & Summary

    • D.

      Teaser & Recap

    Correct Answer
    A. Title & Teaser
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Title & Teaser because these are the parts of the presentation that typically capture the audience's attention right at the beginning. The title gives an indication of what the presentation will be about, while the teaser provides a brief preview or hook to generate interest and curiosity among the audience. By starting with the title and teaser, the presenter can immediately engage the audience and set the tone for the rest of the presentation.

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  • 2. 

    Which main slide determines the organization of both the Content Slides and the Recap Slide?

    • A.

      Summary Slide

    • B.

      Teaser Slide

    • C.

      Title Slide

    • D.

      Sources Slide

    Correct Answer
    A. Summary Slide
    Explanation
    The Summary Slide determines the organization of both the Content Slides and the Recap Slide. The Summary Slide provides an overview of the main points discussed in the presentation and acts as a guide for the audience. It helps to summarize the key information and ensure that the content slides are structured in a logical and coherent manner. The Recap Slide, on the other hand, is used to summarize the main points discussed throughout the presentation, reinforcing the key takeaways for the audience.

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  • 3. 

    Which parts of your Presentation go at the end of the show?

    • A.

      Recap & Sources

    • B.

      Title & Teaser

    • C.

      Summary & Contents

    • D.

      Recap & Teaser

    Correct Answer
    A. Recap & Sources
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Recap & Sources. At the end of a presentation, it is important to recap the main points covered to reinforce the key messages and ensure the audience understands the main takeaways. Additionally, providing sources or references used in the presentation allows the audience to further explore the topic and verify the information presented. This helps to enhance the credibility of the presentation and allows the audience to delve deeper into the subject matter if desired.

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  • 4. 

    Adding one or more pictures is a good idea on:

    • A.

      All slides. Every slide is better with a good picture.

    • B.

      All slides except the Title slide (since there is no room for a picture).

    • C.

      The Content Slides only. Otherwise pictures just distract from the point.

    • D.

      All slides except the Recap and Sources slides.

    Correct Answer
    A. All slides. Every slide is better with a good picture.
    Explanation
    Adding one or more pictures is a good idea on all slides because every slide is enhanced by a good picture. Pictures can help to visually engage the audience, make the content more memorable, and convey information more effectively. They can also add aesthetic appeal to the presentation and make it more visually appealing. Therefore, including pictures on all slides can enhance the overall quality and impact of the presentation.

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  • 5. 

    This Slide tells the topic of the presentation and who the presenter is:

    • A.

      Title Slide

    • B.

      Summary Slide

    • C.

      Recap Slide

    • D.

      Sources Slide

    Correct Answer
    A. Title Slide
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Title Slide" because the title slide is typically the first slide in a presentation that introduces the topic of the presentation and provides information about the presenter. It usually includes the title of the presentation, the presenter's name, and sometimes additional information such as the presenter's affiliation or the date of the presentation. This slide sets the tone for the presentation and gives the audience an overview of what to expect.

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  • 6. 

    This Slide presents whatever is most exciting about the topic.  It makes listeners want to know more:

    • A.

      Teaser Slide

    • B.

      Content Slide

    • C.

      Recap Slide

    • D.

      Sources Slide

    Correct Answer
    A. Teaser Slide
    Explanation
    A teaser slide is designed to create curiosity and generate interest among the listeners. It presents the most exciting aspects of the topic, leaving the audience wanting to know more. This type of slide is often used at the beginning of a presentation to grab attention and set the tone for the rest of the content. By highlighting the most captivating elements, the teaser slide aims to engage the audience and make them eager to explore further information on the topic.

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  • 7. 

    This Slide mentions every topic in the whole presentation in 3 or 4 bullet points.  It's like a "Table of Contents" for the show.

    • A.

      Summary Slide

    • B.

      Content Slide

    • C.

      Title Slide

    • D.

      Sources Slide

    Correct Answer
    A. Summary Slide
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Summary Slide. A summary slide is a slide that provides a brief overview of the topics covered in the entire presentation. It serves as a "Table of Contents" for the show, allowing the audience to quickly understand the main points and structure of the presentation. This slide helps in organizing the content and provides a roadmap for the audience to follow along during the presentation.

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  • 8. 

    These slides include several whose titles exactly match bullets in the Summary Slide.  They form the main body of the presentation.

    • A.

      Content Slides

    • B.

      Recap Slides

    • C.

      Source Slides

    • D.

      Teaser Slides

    Correct Answer
    A. Content Slides
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Content Slides. Content slides are the slides that contain the main body of the presentation and their titles exactly match the bullets in the summary slide. These slides typically contain the detailed information, key points, and supporting visuals that are presented to the audience. They provide the main content and substance of the presentation, delivering the core message and information to the audience.

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  • 9. 

    This slide answers the question, "What was that again?"  It reminds listeners what you told them about each thing you promised to cover.

    • A.

      Recap Slide

    • B.

      Title Slide

    • C.

      Teaser Slide

    • D.

      Contents Slide

    Correct Answer
    A. Recap Slide
    Explanation
    A recap slide is used to remind listeners about the information that was previously shared and promised to be covered. It serves as a summary of the main points discussed in the presentation. By including a recap slide, the presenter can ensure that the audience remembers the key takeaways and stay engaged throughout the presentation.

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  • 10. 

    This slide tells where the presenter got the information and pictures he/she used.  It names people consulted, websites reviewed, and so forth.

    • A.

      Sources Slide

    • B.

      Summary Slide

    • C.

      Contents Slide

    • D.

      Recap Slide

    Correct Answer
    A. Sources Slide
    Explanation
    The Sources Slide is a slide in a presentation that provides information about where the presenter obtained the information and pictures used in the presentation. It typically includes the names of people consulted, websites reviewed, and other sources that were referenced. This slide serves as a way for the presenter to give credit to the sources they used and to provide additional information for the audience if they want to explore the topic further.

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