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In our text discussion, we compared a two-way conversation with a top-down situation, such as that which students encounter when listening to a lecture. What was this comparison intended to illustrate?
A. The need to pay attention to an instructor’s lecture
B. The value of active reading
C. The dehumanizing atmosphere of college classrooms
D. The importance of studying a class syllabus

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  1. And your answer is?

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  2. My answer would be A

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  3. I agree.

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  4. It's not A for sure! i did this exam

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