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Flight and Ground Instructor Question Bank - FOI - Teaching Methods - Q3359
In planning any instructional activity, the first consideration should be to
A. determine the overall objectives and standards.
B. establish common ground between the instructor and student.
C. identify the blocks of learning which make up the overall objective.
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