Unless the discussion meeting is properly and
planned, it is likely to be an uncontrolled gab session with no
and fruitful accomplishment. See page 152, frame 31A.
and D. Not selected.
10. A, C, and D. Not selected. Although all of these may be valid reasons
for a discussion on the subject in question, it is obvious that the primary
reason is to find a common answer or, in other words, to solve the problem of
improving unit esprit de corps.
B. Selected. See page 92, frame 34A.
A. Not selected. This will be an outcome of the discussion.
B. Not selected.
This would be placing the cart before the horse.
There is no point in analyzing the group's background until the scope or
limits of the topic have first been established.
C. Selected. This is the discussion leader's first step in preparation
for the discussion. See page 102, frame 39A.
D. Not selected. This is the last item of concern in the preparation.
12. A. Selected.
Since the members of the discussion group are
knowledgeable in the subject, the only other consideration is their knowledge
of discussion techniques. See page 104, frame 7A.
B, C, and D. Not selected.
A, B, and D. Not selected.
presentations in order to develop such a high degree of knowledge that
students respond automatically. This is not why small group discussion are
conducted. See page 112, frame 44A.
B, and D.
Neither of these questions addresses any
item and leaves the discussion open to continued rambling.
Selected. This question redirects the discussion back to the topic.
126, frame 51A.
15. A, B, and D. Not selected. This discussion leader should ensure that
all of these are provided for.
In arranging facilities, the discussion leader should
seat himself with the group to provide less formality and to facilitate
control of the discussion. See page 116, frame 46A.
A, B, and C. Not selected.
D. Selected. See page 122, frame 49A.