Answer to Question #228787 in Philosophy for Ndilloh

Question #228787
Explain how to apply "explaining techniques" in your lesson.
Expert's answer

As a teacher I would apply explaining techniques in my lesson by listening and responding to questions. Bearing in mind that it is easy to become annoyed when someone is asking questions sometimes however, I would try to avoid such reactions. A better attitude is to be happy that the other person is interested enough to ask questions. 

Another way I would apply explaining techniques in my lesson is through asking questions to determine my student understands. The students you’re talking to shouldn’t be the only ones asking questions. You should be asking questions as well, to make sure they understand.

I would also apply explaining techniques in my lesson by using direct eye contact. This is because direct eye contact is an indication to most people that what you're saying is important and my students will pay attention to what I’ll be explaining. 

Explaining my content step by step is another way I would apply explaining techniques in my lesson. I would make information digestible by breaking it up into small bites because big gulps of information cause explanation indigestion. Finally, I would verify understanding with appropriate questions such as, "Am I making sense?" This is to make sure that my students understand whatever am explaining.

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