*1) She briefly resumes a part of the content to be learned.*

*2) She asks a question relative to this part. Each student reply by their own.*

*3) If less than a third of the class answers correctly, the lesson goes back to point 1**4) If more than two thirds of the class responds correctly, the lesson can skip to point 9*

*5) If the correct answers are more than one third but less than two thirds, a discussion between student takes place. Those who understood correctly, are more likely to convince the colleagues who disagree.*

*6) The same question is posed again.*

*7) If the percentage of correct answers increases significantly, the discussion achieved its goal, the lesson go to point 9).*

*8) If the process fails, all the work starts over again from point 1).*

*9) The teacher gives a last brief explanation of the reasons for the answer to the initial question, which reasons, at this point, have been understood by most students, and then moves to the next topic.
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