Discussion vs. Debate.mp4 - Section 4: Creating Norms for Discussions

 
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Setting up Rules for Discussions

Unit 5: Developing Critical Thinking with Shared Inquiry and Socratic Circles
Lesson 7 of 9

Objective: Students will be able to create norms for a class discussion by identifying common parts of discussions and debates, and writing questions that they wish to promote during the discussion.

Big Idea: Components of an effective class discussion--parking, pruning, and promoting.

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