III. Practice Exercise-Lesson 2, Objectives 1 and 2.
1. The instructor asks a series of questions, one after the other.
major purpose in asking these questions is to-
A. Keep the class alert.
B. Maintain student interest.
C. Emphasize the main points and see what the students know.
D. Provide for maximum student participation.
2. Instead of summarizing the general orders, you call on a student to
explain the meaning of the general orders.
Your major purpose in
asking this question is to--
A. Stimulate student interest and make them think.
B. Have the students contribute their experiences.
C. Reveal students attitudes.
D. Emphasize the main points of the lesson.
3. In your class on retrograde movements you have just explained the
difference between withdrawal under enemy pressure and not under
Before deciding whether or not to give additional
explanation on these two points you decide to first ask questions.
Your major purpose in asking these questions is to--
A. Stimulate student thinking.
B. Adjust your instruction to the class level if necessary.
C. Emphasize the main points of the lesson.
D. Allow students to contribute their experiences.
4. After explaining and demonstrating how to stop bleeding, you ask
several questions on the topic. The answers to these questions help
emphasize the main points. These questions also serve to--
A. Help you determine students' attitudes about the importance of
B. Give the students opportunity to cite their experiences about
C. Develop student ability to solve problems.
D. Evaluate the effectiveness of the instruction.
5. An instructor has asked the following question: "What are the major
components of the AN/VRC-12 Radio and how do you put the set into
operation, SGT Smith?" This question is poor because it--
A. Does not require a definite answer.
B. Fails to emphasize one main point.
C. Encourages guessing.
D. Is not understood by the students.