10A. Which of the following purposes for asking oral questions were discussed
in the preceding frames?
a. Awaken sleepy students.
b. Motivate students by stimulating thinking.
c. Keep students under tension.
d. Round out the instruction time.
e. Enable the instructor to check his effectiveness.
f. Give students an opportunity to tell
experiences as they pertain to the subject.
g. Help students remember important points.
h. Give the students an opportunity to tell how they feel about the
43A. After carefully studying the topic and planning ways to start the
discussion, you should prepare a discussion outline or agenda to guide
you during the discussion. CAUTION: Don't bend the discussion to match
your outline, but as much as possible, let the subject develop as
interest leads it. Have the outline handy should the discussion begin
to lose interest or reach an impasse.
Why would you prepare a