There are four reasons for using questions in class.
So far, we have
considered three of these reasons.
The three reasons are to motivate
students by stimulating their thinking, to enable you to adjust your
instruction to the class level and check your effectiveness, and to
allow students to contribute their experiences.
Three of the four
reasons for asking questions are:
a. Increase student ___________________ and stimulate ________________ .
b. Determine _________________ of instruction and adjust ______________
c. Allow _____________________ of student ____________________________ .
37A. After reading a book on World War II, a group of officers get together
in a military history seminar to compare notes on what they have read.
What is the purpose of this discussion?