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Teachers likewise mark some past experience and information as particularly relevant by invoking it, and by the way they present it in recaps of the past. They mark pupils’ contributions as relevant, significant or appropriate by how they respond to them. Teachers often use questions to discover not the answers themselves, but instead whether or not pupils know those answers. They also ask questions of a special kind which enable them to draw out knowledge from the pupils rather than simply declaim it to the class.