Get your students moving with an interactive way to have a discussion about business meetings! If you're not familiar with the idea, a gallery walk is essentially where students move around the room to complete a task. This product contains 12 discussion questions on conducting meetings and is perfect for your high school business course. For a long-lasting product, print these questions on colored paper and laminate. Cut and tape the questions around the room and have students work with a small group or partner to walk around the room and write answers to discussion questions with a dry erase marker (if placed on dry erase board) or have students use sticky notes to record and adhere answers if you're short on board space. At the conclusion of the activity, hold a discussion on student responses to discussion questions. Additionally, have a group stand at each question, pick out 2 or 3 good responses to share, and present them to the class. A teacher discussion guide is provided.
Meeting etiquette concepts covered in this activity: cellphone use, food, one person hijacking the meeting, conflict resolution, barriers to communication, body language, meeting agenda, introductions, etc.
This activity includes general expectations for students during the activity, 12 discussion questions, and teacher discussion guide. All files are PDFs.
If you've ever been to PD you know sitting still for an extended period of time can be a challenge, so movement is a great way to engage your students!
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