Which of the following is a true statement about interpretation?

A theme walk is an example of what type of personal interpretation?

A heritage interpreter dressed as a character from an 1870's village would be providing which of the following type of interpretation?

Which of the following is the best reason that a heritage interpreter should incorporate a variety of learning styles into program delivery?

Why is it important to include someone in a presentation who has a direct relationship to the subject?

Why is it important to know the sources of information used in an interpretive program?

Which of the following is an important aspect of being a team member?

Which of the following is an action a heritage interpreter can take to be proactive about managing his own stress?

Why is it important to read current, relevant publications and attend workshops?

History and policies are components of what a heritage interpreter should know about which of the following?

Participating in public relations activities and responding to enquiries are aspects of which of the following?

Which of the following terms means to ‘maintain equilibrium between the environment, social impacts and the economy’?

While leading a group of participants on a walking tour through a wooded area, a heritage interpreter in a nature reserve finds a previously unknown artifact. Which of the following is the most appropriate course of action?

Parking by-laws and event permits fall under which jurisdiction?

Which of the following is the most important consideration when selecting a subject area for a new program?

An interpretive program involves a hike on trails through a mountain pass. Unseasonable weather has made some of the trails unfit for foot traffic. How can the heritage interpreter reduce the safety risk to participants?

Why is it important to diversify the methods used in program delivery?

Which of the following is an example of natural knowledge?

The process of verbal and non-verbal interaction for the purpose of exchanging information is a definition for which of the following terms?

What are rate of speech, pitch and intonation all aspects of?

Within the sender-message-receiver communication process, what must the sender provide to successfully complete the process?

What type of questions limit answers to short responses such as 'yes' or 'no'?

Which of the following actions is appropriate during program delivery?

Which of the following are guidelines for program delivery?

Which of the following is a guideline for effective writing?

Which of the following is a principle of graphic design that applies to non-personal interpretation?

At the beginning of a program, an intepreter talks to the group leader and asks participants about their time restrictions. What will this information help the interpreter to do?

Talking to group leaders or teachers and determining participants' time restrictions are ways to accomplish which of the following?

What is it important to do when handling a complaint?

Which of the following is a situation open to misinterpretation that a heritage interpreter should avoid?

Which of the following is part of adhering to safety and security procedures?

Which of the following is the best course of action when dealing with on-going verbal abuse from a participant while delivering a program?

Which of the following should a heritage interpreter NOT do when assisting a sick or injured participant?

A heritage interpreter is delivering a program when a fire alarm rings. What critical thing should the interpreter do?