In most situations, the ask, pause, and call technique is effective. Ask the question, pause to allow each student to prepare an answer, then select an individual to answer the question. Once the answer is given, it needs to be evaluated. Evaluation of the answer encourages additional student participation. Degrading a student who has made an inaccurate response discourages other students from participating. A checklist for good questioning techniques follows:
Source: U.S. Navy
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