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Chapters 8, 9, 11, & 12. COL 105 Dr. Kelly Tribble. Multiple Choice. Service learning allows you to a. apply academic theories and ideas to actual practice. b. make your hobbies and interests a high priority. c. earn extra money. d. all of the above. Multiple Choice.

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chapters 8 9 11 12

Chapters 8, 9, 11, & 12

COL 105

Dr. Kelly Tribble

multiple choice
Multiple Choice
  • Service learning allows you to
    • a. apply academic theories and ideas to actual practice.
    • b. make your hobbies and interests a high priority.
    • c. earn extra money.
    • d. all of the above
multiple choice3
Multiple Choice
  • A design for test preparation is commonly referred to as a(n)
    • a. mind map.
    • b. review sheet.
    • c. flashcard.
    • d. exam plan.
multiple choice4
Multiple Choice
  • Cultural Literacy refers to
    • a. knowing how to use electronic methods for constructing presentations of what you have found and analyzed.
    • b. having facility with various formats--film, tape, CDs--and the machines that operate them.
    • c. being comfortable with people from different backgrounds and belief systems.
    • d. knowing what has gone on and is going on around you.
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Multiple Choice
  • Questions containing words like often and frequently suggest what?
    • a. The statement may be true.
    • b. The statement is always true.
    • c. The statement may be false.
    • d. The statement is always false.
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Multiple Choice
  • Questions containing words like always, never, and only suggest what?
    • a. The statement may be true.
    • b. The statement is always true.
    • c. The statement may be false.
    • d. The statement is always false.
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Multiple Choice
  • ____ information neither assumes nor requires prior knowledge about the topic
    • a. Introductory
    • b. Definitional
    • c. Analytical
    • d. all of the above
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Multiple Choice
  • According to John Holland, for someone in the ____ category, accounting would be an ideal occupation.
    • a. realistic
    • b. social
    • c. investigative
    • d. conventional
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Multiple Choice
  • Information that is stored in short term memory is forgotten in less than
    • a. 3 seconds.
    • b. 3 minutes.
    • c. 30 seconds.
    • d. 30 minutes.
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Multiple Choice
  • When it comes to studying, exercise does all of the following EXCEPT
    • a. reduces stress.
    • b. improves clarity.
    • c. limits need for sleep.
    • d. provides positive study breaks.
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Multiple Choice
  • Which one is NOT a myth about memory?
    • a. Some people are stuck with bad memories.
    • b. There is no such thing as a photographic memory.
    • c. Memory benefits from exercise.
    • d. None of the above
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Multiple Choice
  • Galloping New Ignorance (GNI) is so commonplace that it infects
    • a. smart people.
    • b. decision makers.
    • c. a and b
    • d. none of the above
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Multiple Choice
  • The storage capacity of your memory is
    • a. unlimited.
    • b. aural.
    • c. interactive.
    • d. tapped.
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Multiple Choice
  • College is about deep learning; understanding the ____ behind the details
    • a. previewing
    • b. outlining and reading
    • c. why and how
    • d. none of the above
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Multiple Choice
  • According to the text, ____ are the world's leading authorities on how to find information.
    • a. the information professionals at your library
    • b. the American workforce
    • c. the GNP
    • d. knowledge and research
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Multiple Choice
  • The technique of using self-messages that are encouraging rather than stress-provoking is called
    • a. review sheet.
    • b. acing a test.
    • c. cognitive restructuring.
    • d. none of the above
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Multiple Choice
  • The more you review your material, the more likely the material will
    • a. become cluttered in your mind.
    • b. be imprinted on your brain.
    • c. make you a visual learner.
    • d. none of the above
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Multiple Choice
  • Instructors tend to prefer essay exams because they promote
    • a. mind maps.
    • b. memorization.
    • c. higher-order critical thinking.
    • d. none of the above
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Multiple Choice
  • ____ information supplies data about origins, behaviors, differences, and uses
    • a. Analytical
    • b. Definitional
    • c. Original
    • d. none of the above
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Multiple Choice
  • The only time it's okay NOT to cite information is
    • a. when you use someone else's words.
    • b. when you summarize someone else's ideas.
    • c. when you combine two or three people's words and ideas into your own sentence.
    • d. when you are writing something original that doesn't rely on source material.
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Multiple Choice
  • It is safe to say that we live in an ____ Age.
    • a. Agricultural
    • b. Information
    • c. AEC
    • d. All of the above
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Multiple Choice
  • Learning piano sharps with the phrase "Francis can go down and eat bread" is a mnemonic technique called a
    • a. rhyme.
    • b. acrostic.
    • c. acronym.
    • d. visual aid.
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Multiple Choice
  • Galloping New Ignorance (GNI) refers to
    • a. the assumption that the huge amounts of manageable information available at the press of a button confer knowledge.
    • b. the knowledge that electronic information is not the gospel--that most electronic information should be ignored in favor of information appearing in print.
    • c. the growing tendency students have to steal information from the Internet instead of searching for information that will help them learn independently.
    • d. none of the above.
multiple choice24
Multiple Choice
  • According to John Holland, for someone in the ____ category, marine science would be an ideal occupation.
    • a. realistic
    • b. social
    • c. investigative
    • d. conventional
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Multiple Choice
  • The process of making a career choice begins with
    • a. understanding your values and motivations.
    • b. identifying your interests.
    • c. a & b
    • d. none of the above
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Multiple Choice
  • To advance your career, you must
    • a. accept the risks that accompany employment.
    • b. plan for the future.
    • c. a & b
    • d. none of the above
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Multiple Choice
  • A good career plan should eventually include
    • a. building on your strengths and developing your weaker skills.
    • b. writing a convincing resume and cover letter.
    • c. a & b
    • d. none of the above
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Multiple Choice
  • Long term memory is NOT
    • a. procedural.
    • b. semantic.
    • c. mapping.
    • d. episodic.
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Multiple Choice
  • Analytical information provides
    • a. basic and elementary material.
    • b. descriptive details about a topic.
    • c. data about origins, behaviors, differences, and uses.
    • d. rigorously researched documentation.
true false
True/False
  • Stress is a distraction to learning.

TRUE

true false31
True/False
  • If you accidentally commit plagiarism, the odds are that your professors will understand.

FALSE

true false32
True/False
  • All memory involves real learning.

FALSE

true false33
True/False
  • Since there is nothing wrong with a magazine pushing a personal agenda, it's not important for a student to be aware of their editorial biases.

FALSE

true false34
True/False
  • As long as you're not using a direct quote, you do not need to cite the source of the material.

FALSE

true false35
True/False
  • A college degree does not guarantee employment.

TRUE

true false36
True/False
  • Your semantic memory is used to recall word meanings or important dates.

TRUE

true false37
True/False
  • You should choose your career based on future earnings.

FALSE

true false38
True/False
  • Overlearning the material can work against you.

FALSE

true false39
True/False
  • How you approach memorization may depend on your learning style.

TRUE

true false40
True/False
  • Don't bother networking with anyone who can't directly help you achieve your goals.

FALSE

true false41
True/False
  • It's best not to approach a librarian for help until you've already gotten a good deal of the foundation research completed.

FALSE

true false42
True/False
  • A scholarly journal often contains articles reviewed by the author's peers in the field.

TRUE

true false43
True/False
  • Tutoring is only for students who are failing or in danger of failing a class.

FALSE

true false44
True/False
  • Always respond T to a true/false question that contains the word "always."

FALSE

true false45
True/False
  • On an essay exam, it's easy to misread the questions.

TRUE

short answer
Short Answer
  • What are three uses of short-term memory?
    • Serves as a temporary holding tank for information
    • Helps you maintain a reasonable attention span, so that you can keep track of conversations
    • Enables you to keep on task with the goals you are pursuing at any given moment
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Short Answer
  • Name the three types of information literacy your text discusses, as well as their definitions.
    • Computer Literacy: Knowing how to use electronic methods (search engines) for collecting information, and for constructing presentations communicating your findings.
    • Media Literacy: Familiarity with various media formats (DVD, film, CDs) and the machines that operate them.
    • Cultural Literacy: Knowing what has gone on and what is going on around you.