19. Which one of the following
appropriate for oral briefings.
a. Be accurate.
b. Be factual.
c. Ask rhetorical questions.
d. Be flexible.
20. Which of the following best illustrates the briefing tip
a. Maintain attention or parade-rest position.
b. Remain at lectern and let assistant handle aids.
d. Be erect, alert, and serious.
Solutions to Practice Exercise
A. Not selected.
Demonstration and application are phases of
B. Not selected.
Lecture and conference are different ways of
conducting oral presentation, and demonstration is a phase in
C. Not selected.
Application is a phase of performance training and
examination and critique are part of the evaluation process after
desired learning has been attained.
D. Selected. These are main parts of an oral presentation. (see page
3, frame 1A.)
A, B, and C.
Anything an instructor says before he
obtains the attention of the class is of little value.
D. Selected. (see page 5, frame 2A.)
A. Not selected. A statement of procedures is not a MUST.
Both objectives and student need are a MUST. (see page
19, frame 9A.)
C. Not selected.
Standards are normally part of the objective.
However a review and procedure are not always applicable and
therefore not essential.
D. Not selected. None of these is essential.
A. Not selected. The introduction included the objectives.
B. Selected. Remember the three essential elements of an introduction
are attention, objectives, reasons. (see page 19, frame 9A.)
C. Not selected. The instructor included procedure in his introduction
but it is not an essential element.
D. Not selected. It was not included but it is not always applicable
and is not an essential element.