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make  associations,  and  discover  the  answer  to  their  own  questions. Example:   The   student   asks, “Why  did  the  Chief  give  that  order?”   The  instructor  might respond,  “If  you  were  in  the  same  situation,  what  order  would  you  have  given?” n    Use  a  redirected  question  to  increase  class  involvement  and  provide  recognition  for students’  answering  questions. A  redirected  question  occurs  when  you  assign  a  question asked  by  one  student  to  another  member  of  the  class  for  answering.  Note:  Never  use  this technique  unless  you  know  the  answer  and  believe  the  student  to  whom  you  redirect  the question  also  knows  the  answer. n    Use  the  technique  of  refocusing  when  you  want  the  student  to  relate  a  correct  answer  to another  topic.  This  technique  helps  students  to  consider  the  implications  of  their  response within  a  broader  framework  by  noting  relationships  with  other  topics  studied. S U M M A R Y As  an  instructor,  you  give  an  impression  to  your  class  from  your  appearance,  speech,  habits, questions,   and   overall   manner   every   time   you   present   a   lesson.   This   impression   has   a   strong impact   on   the   learning   process. You  must  be  an  enthusiastic,  positive  motivator  in  your classroom.   You   control   the   energy   and   dynamics   of   the   learning   process.   Remembering   and applying   effective   communication   and   oral   questioning   techniques   will   improve   your presentations   and   assist   your   students   in   learning   the   material. 51

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