13. Which of the following indicates the essential elements and normal
sequence for the final summary of a lesson?
a. Clarification of questions, summary of main points, and closing
b. Concluding summary statement and invitation for questions.
c. Summary of main points, clarification of questions, and closing
d. Summary of main points, discussion, and strong closing statement.
14. Which of the following best defines the underlying purpose of all
types of briefings?
a. An oral staff study.
b. A concise generalization of a factual subject.
c. A concise speech to convince.
d. A presentation to inform.
15. During which planning step for a briefing should you determine the
name, rank, assignment, and special interests of the principal
members of the audience?
b. Selecting and organizing material.
d. Final check.
16. When planning a briefing, which principal factors should you
consider your estimate?
a. Purpose and scope, audience, time, organization, and final check.
b. Type of briefing, audience, facilities, time, and organization.
c. Purpose and scope, audience, time, facilities, and SOP.
d. Type of briefing, audience, time, equipment, and rehearsal
17. Which of the following elements are common to the introduction of
both information and decision briefings?
a. Security classification, procedure, and recommendations.
b. Procedures, recommendations, and greetings.
c. Greeting, self-identification, and scope or purpose.
d. Recommendations, greeting, and security classification.
18. A decision briefing would differ from an information briefing in
a. Use of visual aids.
b. Organization of content.
c. Factuality of content.
d. Formality of presentation.