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Two Lies and a Truth

How does it work?

  • The leader prepares two false statements about a topic, and one true statement.
  • These statements are then read aloud to the students, and they are asked to identify the true statement.
  • The false statements are then discussed to determine why they are false, and how they could be made true.

(This strategy works well to present, "Which of the following statements are true?" questions from old exams).