18A. Which of the following questions exemplify the characteristics of a good
a. "How many mils are there is a circle, SGT White?"
b. "Can this
c. "What should
d. "Outline the organization of the armor
equipment organic to it, SGT Smith."
e. What keeps an M1 tank from overheating, SFC Jones?"
f. "In what manner may the instructor use interrogatory techniques to
assess the attitudinal responses of his students, SEC Bowers?"
g. "What is
51A. The second step in conducting a small-group discussion is to present or
obtain facts and ideas.
You should make sure that facts are clearly
presented and well thought through. Allow enough time for the ideas and
opinions to be digested. Ask questions that will make the group think
about what they are saying. For instance, if the group is throwing out
ideas fast and furiously, and some of these ideas are only half-baked
(not fully thought out), you could ask the question, "Has anyone thought
about this aspect of the topic?"
What's your purpose in asking the above question?