ascballerina Posted December 7, 2011 Report Share Posted December 7, 2011 In one of the classes I help out at, there is a girl who asks LOTS of questions. All of them are good questions; she's not asking the teacher to repeat things that she's said. But I find that they seem to stop the flow of the class. When I have questions, I sort of divide them up. If they pertain only to me ("Could you please elaborate on that correction you gave me earlier?"), I ask at the end of my class when there isn't a class after mine, so I don't feel I'm taking up someone else's class time. If they're questions with quick answers that are more general ("are we using the head with these tendu?"), I tend to ask them as soon as the exercise is over. I don't like asking too many of those at once, though, because again, I feel they interrupt the flow of the class if I ask more than two or three. Sometimes, I "store them away", and ask at the next class. I have lots of questions, because I adore theory and like to see how all of the steps and positions are connected in families, or when they would be used. I love knowing rules like the rules of the head. So my question here is, how many questions in a class are too many? Am I just imagining this breaking flow? Thank you for putting up with this rather long-winded post! Quote Link to comment
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