Report decks ________.
On average, how much of a report's content should consist of quotations?
When is the best time to use a quotation instead of paraphrasing information?
When you want to generalize what someone else has said
When an authority's information can add credibility to your work
When the exact wording is needed to allow you to be precise
When you want to present someone else's point of view
When you want to provide an overview before identifying specific arguments
Which of the following is recommended for effectively designing a slide deck?
A "road sign" on the upper
left or upper
right corner of your slides that indicate the section of the
deck is analogous to a ________ on a word
How do you use your own words to share someone else's opinion?
Slides in a report deck ________.
should be easy to follow
include headlines that are centered and have every word capitalized
have less text on them than a traditional presentation slide
include headlines with periods at the end
should not use graphics