TITLE

What Happened in Class?

AUTHOR(S)
Ludeman, W. W.
PUB. DATE
June 1956
SOURCE
Education;Jun1956, Vol. 76 Issue 10, p639
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article focuses the levels of class instruction in the U.S. An effective classroom question should challenge the thinking of the student and should call for broad organization for class presentation. The skillful teachers makes use of the telling method, questioning techniques, panel discussion, group dynamics and written procedures. Pupils should be challenged to work hard, to do original research study and other academic dealings. Includes the use of demonstration devices in classroom.
ACCESSION #
19123534

 

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