6. For a lesson on the external nomenclature of a weapon, which system
of organization would be most appropriate?
a. Main headings or groups.
c. Functional or logical sequence.
7. The formula for developing main points in oral instruction is SEW.
What do the letters S-E-W stand for?
a. State the point, expand, and wrap up.
b. State the point, examine students, and wrap up.
c. Summarize preceding point, explain next point, and wait for
d. State objective, exemplify, and weigh student responses.
8. Which of the following statements best describes the function of
a. Ensure smooth progression from one point to the next.
b. Alert audience to conclusion of a main point.
c. Alert audience to beginning of a new point.
d. Emphasize relationship between points.
9. Which transitional device would
b. Rhetorical question.
C. Transitional words and phrases.
D. Progressive display of aids.
10. Which of the following ways of maintaining audience interest is
appropriate for both oral instruction and oral briefings?
a. Ask rhetorical questions.
b. Give examples.
c. Quote great leaders.
d. Use specific or real-life situations.
your explanation, the most important requirement is that they are--
a. Related to the subject.
b. Factual and accurate.
d. Reliable laugh-getters.
12. Which is appropriate to both oral instruction and oral briefings?
b. Use of such statements as, "This is important!"
c. Emphatic gestures.