30A. If you want your explanation to be interesting, talk about specific or
real-life people, places, and things.
In other words, don't talk in
When you explain characteristics and principles, start
with the definition and then work down to specific ways of acquiring the
characteristic or applying the term. Use situations where the student
can identify himself.
The good instructor should not deal in
abstractions or general statements, but should use ___________________ .
71A. You have now learned the first two steps in planning a briefing.
What are they?