Speaking and Listening: End of the year reflective exit interviews

Unit 8: Reflective writing: Ending the year on a positive note
Lesson 3 of 4

Objective: SWBAT participate effectively in conversation and adapt language to fit the formal nature of the conversation by answering questions during an end-of-year exit interview.

Big Idea: How can we help students verbally communicate better?

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English / Language Arts, Listening and Speaking, speaking, reflection writing
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