36A. So far, in discussing the explanation, we have learned how to organize
the material, develop the main points of the lesson, use effective
transitions, and keep student interest.
Another important item in the
explanation is giving emphasis to teaching points.
If you have a key
point that you want the students to especially note, you can use an
attention-getting statement to alert the student. For example, "Here is
a point that you should never forget.", "Get this point, gentlemen.", or
"Now, get this." These are all statements that alert the student to the
importance of a key point. One way to emphasize a teaching point is to
use an ___________ to alert the student to the importance of the point.
77A. List, in sequence, the five steps you should take when preparing an oral