Smart Learning

Digital Learning

Sunday, May 5, 2024

Information Technology-Class-10 Unit-1(2024-25):

Information Technology
Unit-1 Communication Skills-II

A. Multiple choice questions:
1. In oral communication one can converse:
a. face to face            b. over the phone            c. chat rooms             d. all of the above
Answer: all of the above

2. Verbal communication is convenient for:
a. long messages      b. easy rectification         c. time saving            d. all of the above
Answer: all of the above

3. Dos of non-verbal communication include:
a. crossing your arms while having a conversation
b. appearing to be engaged and involved
c. touching one's face often
d. fidgeting
Answer: appearing to be engaged and involved

4. A picture is worth a thousand words refers in context to:
a. written communication     b. oral communication        
c. visual communication        d. none of the above
Answer: visual communication

5. ___________ is the final component in the process of communication as it defines the response given by the receiver to the sender.
a. feedback            b. response            c. request            d. notice
Answer: feedback

6. A sentence which expresses a command or an order is known as:
a. declarative sentence    b. interrogative sentence    c. imperative sentence
d. exclamatory sentence
Answer: imperative sentence

7. ________ feedback is specific information, in the form of written comments or verbal conversations that help the learner understand what she or he needs to do in order to improve.
a. descriptive        b. specific            c. general              d. sign
Answer: descriptive

8. ______________ communication is the use of body language, gestures and facial expressions to convey information to others.
a. verbal                b. written             c. non-verbal        d. visual
Answer: non-verbal

9. Karan lives at a hostel in shimla. He calls his mother who lives in delhi, to get her approval for the robotics class which is going to start in his school next week onwards. However, due to disruption in the phone line, his mother could not understand and reply to him. He got very upset. Which another medium can he use to get immediate approval of his mother?
a. e-mail            b. letter                    c. message through friend        d. fax
Answer: e-mail

10. Which of the following is not an element of communication within the communication process cycle?
a. channel            b. receiver            c. sender                d. time
Answer: time

11. By which action can senders send their messages?
a. gestures            b. speaking            c. reading            d. writing
Answer: gestures

12. Why do we use e-mails?
a. to communicate with many people at the same time
b. to share documents and files
c. to talk to each other in real time
d. to keep a record of communication
Answer: to share documents and files

13. Which of the following is true about communication?
a. 50% of our communication is non-verbal
b. 20% communication is done using body movements, face, arms etc.
c. 5% communication is done using voice, tone, pauses, etc.
d. 7% communication is done using words.
Answer: 7% communication is done using words.

14. the object, verb and subject in the sentence, "The car crashed into a tree"
a. Object: a tree; Verb: crashed; Subject: the car
b. Object: the car; Verb: crashed; Subject: the tree
c. Object: crashed; Verb the tree; Subject: the car
d. Object: crashed; Verb the car; Subject: the tree
Answer: Object: a tree; Verb: crashed; Subject: the car

Saturday, May 4, 2024

Information Technology-Class-9 Chapter-2(2024-25):

Information Technology
Chapter-2 Importance of communication and communication cycle

A. Answer the following:
1. What is communication?
Answer: Communication is the process of exchanging information, idea, thoughts etc. Communication is the nervous system of an organisation. Without communication, an organisation is lifeless. It keeps the members informed about the internal and external happenings relevant to their task.
The word communication is derived from the Latin word 'communication' or 'communico' both of which mean to share information.

2. What is business communication?
Answer: Business communication is the "Use of language to convey a commercial or industrial message to a well-defined audience for achieving a pre-determined purpose.
To achieve this purpose, the language should be direct, plain, concised, to the point and the style should concentrate on drawing attention, developing conviction and inducing action.

3. What is the role of communication in business?
Answer: Communication skills play a very significant role in helping employees to communicate with each other in an efficient manner.
1. Helps in achieving goals: Without communication in business, the concept of achievement or goal is difficult, so, it is important to have good communication for achieving business goal.
2. Helps to boost the morale: Communication plays a part in almost every aspect of your business, so being able to communicate well, can boost your overall performance.

Wednesday, May 1, 2024

Information Technology-Class-9 Chapter-1(2024-25):

Information Technology
Chapter-1 Methods of Communication-Verbal, Non-verbal and Visual

A. Answer the following:
1. Define verbal and non-verbal communication.
Verbal Communication: When we communicate by using words, it is called verbal communication, it can further be divided into two parts:
1. Oral communication
2. Written communication

Non-verbal Communication: When communication occurs without using words, it is known as non-verbal communication.
Types of non-verbal communication:
1. Visual         2. Auditory        3. Body language

Thursday, January 18, 2024

Computer-Science Class-6 Exercise-14(2023-24):

Computer Science
Chapter-14 Algorithms and Flowcharts

A. Tick the correct answer:
1. An__________________ represents a start or end point.
a. oval                b. line                    c. parallelogram                d. rectangle
Answer: Oval
2. A line is a ______________ that shows relationships between the representative shapes.
a. process        b. connector          c. proces                              d. decision
Answer: Connector
3. A _________________ represents input or output.
a. rectangle    b. diamond            c. parallelogram                d. line
Answer: Parallelogram
4. A _____________ represents a process.
a. line                b. diamond            c. arrow                                d. rectangle
Answer: Rectangle
5. A diamond indicates a _____________.
a. decision        b. process                c. output                            d. end point
Answer: Decision
6. The type of diagram dictates the flowchart__________ that are used.
a. inputs            b. symbols                c. decisions                    d. directions
Answer: Symbols

B. Fill in the blanks:
1. To handle a ______________ we need to make a better plan.
Answer: Problem
2. In computer programming we need to ______________.
Answer: Plan
3. It will be easier to code a program after we have well prepared___________.
Answer: Algorithm
4. Flowcharts provide a step-by-step_____________________.
Answer: Diagram
5. Flowcharts provide an easy way of ____________________.
Answer: Communication
6. Flowcharts represent the flow of ______________________.
Answer: Data

Tuesday, January 9, 2024

Computer-Science Class-6 Exercise-13(2023-24):

Computer Science
Chapter-13 Computer Memory

A. Tick the correct answer:
1. EEPROM stands for _______________________.
a. Electrically eraser programmable read only memories
b. Electrically erasable programmable read only memory
c. Electrically erasable programmable reads only memory
d. Electrically erasable program read only memory
Answer: Electrically erasable programmable read only memory
2. A computer language that consists of bianry digits is called___________.
a. assembly language                    b. binary language
c. high level language                    d. machine language
Answer: Binary language
3. 1024 terabyte=1_________________________________________(PB).
a. Exabyte                    b. Megabyte            c. Terabyte                d. Petabyte
Answer: Petabyte
4. SASD stands for ____________________________.
a. Sequential access storage devices        b. Syntax access storage devices
c. Semantic access storage devices           d. Sequential access storage data
Answer: Sequential access storage devices
5. Hard disk is a circular platter made up of _______________________.
a. polymer plastic        b. coated plastics        c. mylar plastic        d. magnetic ferric oxide
Answer: Magnetic ferric oxide

B. Fill in the blanks:
1. There are two types of memory or storage__________________ and _____________________.
Answer: Primary, Secondary
2. Random access memory is also called_____________________ memory.
Answer: Read/Write
3. RAM is _______________________ memory and ROM is a _____________________ memory.
Answer: Random Access, Read Only
4. ROM stands for _____________________________________________.
Answer: Read Only Memory
5. An ______________________ is a special type of PROM that can be erased when ultraviolet light falls over it.
Answer: EPROM
6. A computer language that consists of binary digits is called __________________.
Answer: Binary language
7. Secondary memory is also called_______________________________ memory.
Answer: Auxiliary
8. In direct access storage device, data can be stored directly to any ________________.
Answer: Location
9. DVD stands for ___________________________________________.
Answer: Digital Versatile Disk
10. __________________________ are commonly used as a medium for digital representation of movies and other multimedia presentations.
Answer: DVD