With a bit of imagination and thought you can stimulate any
Once you've gained attention, are you finished with the
Not by a long shot!
Remember, "tell 'em what you're
going to tell 'em!" In the introduction you must tell the student the
objectives of the lesson.
For example, having gained the attention of
the students by an opening statement, you might say: "Gentlemen, during
this period, you will learn the use of marginal information on a map.
You will need this information for all of your future classes in map
reading." In every introduction to a lesson you should state the _______
__________________ of the lesson.
48A. Another difference between oral instruction and oral military briefings
lies in the audience.
In most cases, the audience at a military
briefing consists of your superiors or very important guests of the
With which type audience will you consider rank and address
your remarks accordingly? _____________________________________________.