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The insertion point is also called the I-beam.
False
One method of deleting a word is to position the insertion point to the left of the word and press Ctr+Delete.
True
Delete deletes from the right.
The default setting for tabs is one inch.
False
Placeholder text is an automated and interactive template.
False
This is the Wizard.
When do you use the Save As command?
To save a document for the first time
You never do this.
What do you do to display the Outline and Slides pane?
Click the Normal View button
You always want to go to View
How do you start the AutoContent Wizard?
Choose From AutoContent Wizard in the New Presentation task pane
To select a range of cells with the mouse, you...
Drag across adjacent cells, click a column heading letter, or click the Select All button
How do you start a new line within the same paragraph?
Insert a line-break character
How do you reduce a selection?
Hold down the Shift key and press the left arrow
Not the down arrow
What is the keyboard shortcut for increasing font size?
Ctrl+Shift+>
How do you open the Font Dialog Box?
Press Ctrl+D, Click the right mouse button and choose Font from the shortcut menu, or Choose Font from the Format Menu
How would you use to position text two inches from the top of the page?
Change spacing before to 72 points
Which feature in Word indents subparagraphs?
Outline numbered list
When you insert a new worksheet, it is placed...
In front of the active sheet
How do you change the value of default tabs?
Change the value of default tab stops in the Tabs dialog box
I don't think there's a shortcut
To dehuminize someone is to
treat or regard them in a way in a less than humanly way
Racist Ideology is
the belief in the superiority of one race over another
Deportation is
the expulsion of those deemed undesirable from a country
An Ethnic Group is
a group of people having a common cultural heritage or nationality
Persecution is
to oppress cruelly for reasons of race, religion, or politics
A Precursor is
one that precedes and indicates the approach or another; forerunner
Annihilation is
the act of destroying completely
Bigotry is
intolerance; prejudice
Genocide is
the systematic and purposeful destruction of a racial, political, religious, or cultural group
Oppression is
the act of suppression by cruel or unjust use of power or authority
Reforms are
acts intended to improve social or political conditions
Censorship is
the act of removing or prohibiting anything considered objectionable
Tyranny is the
cruel and unjust use of power or authority
Symbolization is
giving a name or another symbol to a category of people, i.e. the Jewish with the Star of David
To combat: hate symbols & group marking can be outlawed
Can't Sing, Dance, Or Party If Everyone Dies is a mnemonic device used to remember...
The Eight Stages of Genocide: Classification, Symbolization, Dehumanization, Organization, Polarization, Identification, Extermination, Denial
Which of the following is probably the loudest?
a running hair dryer, a sound of 3 decibels, an ultrasonic wave, or the infrasonic rumble of an earthquake
a running hair dryer
A convex mirror makes things things appear _____ than they are, while a concave mirror makes things appear ______ than they are.
closer; farther
Nearsighted glasses use ____ lenses, and farsighted glasses use ____ lenses.
concave; convex
The device that police officers use to determine the speed of a car traveling on a highway relies on
a fundamental frequency
It's not the Doppler Effect!
What are the Brainstorming and Meeting Roles?
Facilitator, Recorder, Participant, Timekeeper, Gatekeeper
There are five
When should a leader delegate?
When there is a lot of work to do, a member is qualified or interestd in the task, someone can benefit from the responsibility, routine matters need attention, and there are too many details for one person.
When should a leader not delegate?
The task is something they don't want to do, a member is under- or overqualified for the task, the work is their responsibility, the area is too big, it deals with another person's feelings or confidentiality, or if it is an unsolved problem.
What are the ways to delegate?
ask for volunteers by hand-raising or sign-up sheet, appoint or suggest someone, assign through a committee. Best fit between the person and the task is best
What does calling for the previous question do?
It brings the motion to an immediate vote.
It has to do with voting
What are the five steps to making a main motion?
1. motion is stated
2. motion is seconded
3. chair restates the motion
4. debate/discussion
5. vote
What are the Stages of a Group, in order?
Groping, Griping, Grasping, Grouping, Termination
What are the names of the quadrants of the Time Matrix?
Quad. 1-Urgent/Important
Quad. 2-Not Urgent/Important
Quad. 3-Urgent/Not Important
Quad. 4-Nor Urgent/ Not Important
What are the nicknames for the quadrants in the Time Matrix?
Quad. 1-The Procrastinator
Quad. 2-The Prioritizer
Quad. 3-The Yes-Man
Quad. 4-The Slacker
What are the bad listening styles?
Self-Centered, Selective, Spacing Out, Pretend, Word
Sexual Harassment is...
Unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, or other verbal or physical conduct of sexual nature
Company Policies are...
Rules or standards of conduct established by an employer
A Performance Evaluation/Review is...
A one-on-one meeting with the supervisor to discuss employee performance
Child Labor Laws are...
Laws that limit the number of hours and the conditions under which chldren may work
Employee Rights are...
Rights provided by the law to every employee. It is a violation of the law for an employer to not supply these to an employer or to ignore them.
Employee Benefits are...
Things like insurance and vacation time that are part of the contract between the employee and employer and they vary based on employer.
What are the forms of messages?
Verbal, written, non-verbal, and symbolic
Time Management
To use your time wisely
Ethics/Ethical Person
Rules or standards for right/good behavior or actions; a person who follows ethics
Communication Skills are
Skills used to send and recieve messages
Effective Communication
Using people's names, giving clear diresctions, listening, showing appreciation, maintaining eye contact, giving information and opinions, smiling, and sitting forward in your chair
Verbal Communication
Messages sent using your voice Ex. Public speaking
Non-Verbal Communication
Messages sent without speaking Ex. Notes, Letters, E-Mails
Building Rapport is...
Building your case with other people, like what they think of you
Influencing Others is...
Communicating thoughts, feelings, and ideas in a manner that gains acceptance; persuading others to support your ideas, plans, or actions
References are...
People who can give information on a person's character
Interpersonal Skills are...
Behaviors we exhibit when we interact with others
Procrastination is...
Waiting till the last minute to do something
Character Traits are...
Qualities about you that shows what kind of person you are
Consumer Rights are...
The Rights to Information, Choice, Be Heard, and Safety
A Financial Goal is...
The amount of money you want to have in a certain period of time to meet a specific want or need
A Paycheck is...
a check issued to an employee in payment of salary or wages
Payroll Deductions are...
Amounts of money that are taken out of each employee's account for things like insurance and taxes
Exemptions are...
Amounts of income that is exempted from taxation
Interest
Money you have to pay for using borrowed money
Bank Statements
Documents sent out by a bank stating how much money is in an account
Savings Account
A bank account in which you deposit money; the bank pays interest on the balance in the account.
Certificate of Deposit
A type of savings account where you agree to not withdraw any money for a specific period of time
Budget
A plan used to spend money wisely
Asset
Anything you have that is worth money; can be bought and sold
Liability
Money and things owed to others; the opposite of assets
Supply
The amount of a product or service available at a particular price; price goes up, supply goes up
The Three Types of Taxes are...
Sales, Property, and Income
Demand
The amount of a product or service that will sell at a certain price; price goes up, demand goes down
Topographical means
The relief features or surface configuration of an area
Taxes
Amounts of money paid by people or companies to support government services
Autobiographical
Dealing with one's own experiences or life history
Biographical
Of or pertaining to a person's life
Mood
Verb inflections that express how the action or state is conceived by the speaker
Fiction
The class of literature comprising works of imaginative narration, esp. in prose form
Satire
The use of irony, sarcasm, ridicule, or the like, in exposing, denouncing, or deriding vice, folly, etc.
Novel
A fictitious prose narrative of considerable length and complexity, portraying characters and usually presenting a sequential organization of action and scenes
Title
The distinguishing name of a book, poem, picture, piece of music, or the like
Essay
A short literary composition on a particular theme or subject
Theme
The message an author is trying to get across in a story; always a sentence
Conflict
A fight, battle, or struggle; can be person vs. person, person vs. self, person vs. society/family, person vs. nature
Suspense
A state or condition of mental uncertainty or exitement, as in awaiting a decision or outcome, usually accompanied by a degree of apprehension or anxiety
Realistic
Based on what is real or pratical
Tragedy
A dramatic composition dealing with a serious or somber theme
Antagonist
The opposing force
Foreshadow
A taste of what is to come
Flashback
When an event that happened before the story is worked into the chronological order
Protagonist
The hero/heroine of the story
Symbolism
The practice of using symbols to represent something; i.e. a heart means love
Plot
The main idea of a story
Climax
The high point in a story; i.e. When Sally shot Johnny
Dramatic Irony
When the audience/reader knows something that a character or characters don't know
Non-Fiction
Literature that gives facts, information, and so on
Geologist
a person who specializes in the scientific study of the origin, history, and structure of the earth
Anecdote
A short account of a particular incident or event of an interesting or amusing nature
Short Story
A piece of fiction that is usually under 10,000 words
Irony
Saying the opposite of what one means
Drama
A play
Point of View
The position of the narrator in relation to the story: There's First Person, Second, Limited Third Person, Omniscent Third Person
Setting
The surroundings or environment of a story