Topics Covered in TR-3:

Section 1: Coach | Student

  • Basic TR-3 as student and coach/pc
  • Repeating the question until it has been answered

Section 2: Coach | Student

  • Giving the command in a new unit of time, each time
  • More on noting whether the question has been answered

Section 3: Coach | Student

  • Duplicating the exact words of the command
  • Bullbaiting in TR-3

Section 4: Coach | Student

  • All the above in Sections 1-3

TR-3 as Coach: Section 1

Page 1 of 4: Example

Place a real doll or teddy bear or something in front of you to be a terminal you can say things to. Don't just talk out into open space and imagine someone or something there.
  1. Click on the Example. Note:
    • the coach says "TR-3. Start!"
    • the student asks, "Do birds fly?"
    • the pc answers the question, "Yes".
    • the student acknowledges: "Good".
    • the student asks in a new unit of time, "Do birds fly?"
    • the pc answers the question, "Er, mostly".
    • the student acknowledges, "All right".
    • the student asks in its own unit of time, "Do birds fly?"
    • the pc doesn't answer the question, but comments, "Your TRs are very robotic".
    • the student does not respond to the comment, but gives the repeat statement, and repeats the question: "I'll repeat the auditing question--Do birds fly?"
    • the pc answers the question, "Yeah, pretty much".
    • the student acknowledges, "Good".

  2. Listen to this a few more times if you need to.

  3. Close out that example.

Things to Click:

Example

Anaten | Rub

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