A loop begins with a single fact, leading question. The next question contains one additional fact but includes an important fact from the previous question.
- Listen to any answer that’s not yes or no. Lift any useful word or phrase. Loop the useful word or phrase into the next question. Move to safety.
- The car was speeding ?
- The speeding car drove past the formation ?
- The speeding car passed the formation and hit the road guard?
- The double loop. Establish two desired facts using two separate single-fact, leading questions. Then combine both desired facts into one question.
- Double Loops can be use to link two facts together or to contrast one fact against another.
- Establish fact 1: PFC Sitler is six-foot-four ?
- Establish fact 2: SGT Saunders is five-foot-six ?
- Loop fact 1 and fact 2 into a question for contrast: Six-foot-four PFC Sitler beat five-foot-six SGT Saunders?
- Six-foot-four PFC Sitler beat five-foot-six SGT Saunders with his fists ?
- Six-foot-four PFC Sitler beat five-foot-six SGT Saunders with his fists until he was unconscious ?
- Establish fact 1: PFC Turney is your friend ?
- Establish fact 2: PFC Turney stole $100 from you ?
- Contrast: PFC Turney is your friend , but he stole $100 from you ?