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Feedback   is   important   because   it   indicates   how   you   must   adjust   your   instruction   to communicate  effectively.  If  the  students  have  obviously  not  learned,  then  you  must  modify  your instructional  approach. Feedback  makes  the  learning  process  an  intercommunication  between  the  students  and  the instructor.   As   such.   it   is   critical   to   the   success   of   the   instructional   mission. ORAL   QUESTIONS For  two-way  communication  to  take  place  between  you  and  the  students,  you  must  use  good, thought-provoking   questions   throughout   the   lesson.   The   use   of   oral   questions   allows   you   to determine  from  time  to  time  if  you  are  maintaining  essential  communication.  When  properly planned,   implemented, and   evaluated,   oral   questioning   improves   effectiveness   and,   more importantly,   student   learning. The  greatest  resource  for  enhancing  your  classroom  instruction  is  the  students  themselves. Training  is  most  effective  and  learning  more  permanent  when  the  students  take  an  active  part in  the  process.  Students  need  to  interact  with  the  subject  matter  and  the  instructor  during  the lessons  rather  than  just  at  test  or  performance  time. The  responsibility  of  active  class  participation  lies  with  you,  the  instructor.  Avoid  over  using the   questioning   technique   of   asking   “are   there   any   questions?”   That   does   not   stimulate   much thought   or   generate   productive   class   participation. As   an   instructor,   always   remember   that   one   purpose   of   questioning   is   to   help   students   get involved  in  learning  the  material  at  hand.  Some  instructors  have  mastered  the  technique  of teaching   a   lesson   almost   entirely   through   the   use   of   oral   questions.   Questions   add   variety   to a  lesson  and  require  active  student  involvement.  However,  questions  are  only  as  effective  as  the manner  in  which  they  are  used.  You  can  defeat  the  whole  purpose  of  the  questioning  technique by   using   it   improperly,   so   make   sure   you   learn   how   to   use   questions   properly. If  you  don’t  have  a  natural  knack  for  oral  questioning,  you  can  develop  some  degree  of  skill by  setting  yourself  a  goal  for  improvement  and  then  practicing  constantly. Try  to  decrease  the  amount  of  one-way  communication  in  the  classroom  by  asking  questions as  much  as  you  make  statements.  You  will  find  that  you  have  a  natural  compulsion  to  “tell,” which  is  understandable.  After  all,  that  is  probably  what  your  instructors  did.  Studies  show that  in  a  typical  classroom,  someone  is  talking  two-thirds  of  the  time;  and  of  that  time,  the instructor  does  two-thirds  of  the  talking.  You  can  see  the  students  get  only  one-third  of  the response   time   in   those   classrooms.   Through   good   questioning   techniques,   you   can   increase   and improve   the   amount   of   student   responses   beyond   the   one-word   contribution. A  key  point  to  remember  is  that  the  intent  of  a  question  is  to  elicit  a  response.  Effective  use of  questions  will  result  in  more  student  learning  than  any  other  single  technique.  Becoming skillful   in   the   art   of   questioning   will   increase   your   effectiveness   as   an   instructor. 44

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