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• Give input about the questions asked, but also be open to supply some new information. High school students, especially, like to hear suggestions beyond what they have asked if the responders see areas that they might not have noticed.

• Avoid telling a person what to do. The protocol is for generating possibilities and not for giving directives.

• Questions like "What do you think of my work?" are about personal taste. If your

interest is in getting audience response, then this question is helpful. Otherwise, it is too open-ended and does not help responders to focus their comments.

• The WEB Project designed a simple 3 point rubric for Quality of Response that many find helpful as a guide.

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