17. A. Not selected.
To present the facts yourself is defeating the real
purpose of the discussion. The discussion by the participants should bring
out the facts.
B. Selected. A function of the group leader is to ensure that all the
facts are brought out.
By skillful questioning, he should lead the
participants themselves to bring out all facts, and to clear up any
misunderstandings if necessary. See page 128, frame 52A.
C. Not selected. All facts and ideas should be presented so as not to
discourage creative thinking.
D. Not selected.
There is a time to create ideas and a time to
Both should not be done simultaneously.
Ideas are collected
first, then evaluated.
A, B, and C. Not selected.
D. Selected. This is the best means of allowing the group to keep up
with its accomplishments. See page 130, frame 53A.
A, B, and D. Not selected.
C. Selected. See page 136, frame 56A.
A, C, and D. Not selected.
This was the goal of the discussion to begin with.
Anything short of that would result in an inconclusive discussion and
possible frustration. See page 138, frame 57A.