24A. You may also use a summary as a transitional technique because it
reemphasizes the main points.
For example, if you are teaching the
first-aid lifesaving steps, you can make a transition by saying, "So
far, you have learned how to stop the bleeding by applying direct
pressure, elevating the injured member, and using the tourniquet.
also learned that clearing the airway is the first step. Remember that
the patient's breathing passages must be clear of any obstruction. The
third and next important step is to protect the wound ...." As you can
see, the summary serves as an excellent transitional device.
way to make the student aware of the movement to a new idea or main
point is using a ___________________.
65A. Answer the following questions based on the examples given in frames 63
a. List the element(s) of an introduction to oral instruction that
is/are not present in either example.
b. List the elements that are common to both examples.
c. List the elements that we include in only one example.