I am a teacher and try to ask my students questions that they can intuitively answer. They are usually about things they see in every day life. Is there a way to avoid getting answers that are given by students who are extremely perceptive?
Children today live in a much more open society. They see and hear things that we're not aware that they're picking up on as witnessed by the following story. One teacher blindfolded one of her students and popped a Hershey's Kiss into his mouth then asked him...
"What does a kiss taste like?" she asked. "Do you know what it is?"
"No, I don't," said the little boy.
'Okay, I'll give you a clue," she said. "It's the thing your daddy wants from your Mom before he goes to work."
Suddenly, a little girl at the back of the room yelled "Spit it out you idiot, it's a piece of ass!"