The toolkit guides you through a variety of activities you can use to structure and encourage discussion in the classroom. It focuses on discussion; rather than debate; although many of the activities will work equally well for both. The first two pages offer a blurb about why talk is important. There are also lots of website links if you want to follow ideas further. Aligned to Common Core State Standard: SL.4.1 Appropriate for Early Childhood Education (Pre-K and younger). ECE-TE, ECE-TE-in
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Numerous ways to structure student discussions are very helpful for teachers trying to create more opportunities for students to actively engage the content.
What a great resource and reminder on different ways for students to talk constructively.