Discussion strategies

Enhance your conversations with these effective discussion strategies. Discover techniques to encourage active participation and foster meaningful dialogue for more engaging and productive discussions.
Are you looking for new ways to ignite engaging discussions in your class? These four options to jumpstart good discussions no matter how challenging the group are sure to get your students talking. The options include the Harkness method, discussion warm-ups, discussion role cards, and even a silent discussion. Get all of this information and more in this blog post. #classroomdiscussion #iteachela Inspiration, Teaching, High School, English, Teaching Strategies, Classroom Discussion, Teaching English, Secondary English, Creative Teaching

Are you looking for new ways to ignite engaging discussions in your class? These four options to jumpstart good discussions no matter how challenging the group are sure to get your students talking. The options include the Harkness method, discussion warm-ups, discussion role cards, and even a silent discussion. Get all of this information and more in this blog post. #classroomdiscussion #iteachela

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Check out the FREE exit tickets and posters to promote active learning! Active learning isn't too far away with these 12 active learning strategies that support the learning process! Examples of active learning include class discussion, peer instruction, reciprocal questioning, game-based learning, Socratic questioning, exit tickets, and think-pair-share. Using active learning techniques encourage students to engage, solve problems, and collaborate with classmates. Active Learning Strategies, Cooperative Learning Strategies, Problem Based Learning, Instructional Strategies, Cooperative Learning Groups, Peer Learning, Learning Strategies, Teaching Strategies, Effective Teaching

Check out the FREE exit tickets and posters to promote active learning! Active learning isn't too far away with these 12 active learning strategies that support the learning process! Examples of active learning include class discussion, peer instruction, reciprocal questioning, game-based learning, Socratic questioning, exit tickets, and think-pair-share. Using active learning techniques encourage students to engage, solve problems, and collaborate with classmates.

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In this quick post I'm rounding up four options to jumpstart good discussion no matter how challenging the group. If you're looking for some new discussion options to use in secondary ELA, click through to learn more.

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Michele Bolton