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Encourage and practice speaking and listening skills in your classroom with over 180 engaging Discussion Slides!

Choose from 9 different categories to add variety to your daily class discussions.

There are 20 editable prompts for each category, plus blank templates to add your own prompts.

Perfect for bell ringers, transition times, morning meeting, or even for writing prompts.

Types of Discussion Slides:

  1. PICTURE IT! Students share their thoughts and ideas about different picture prompts.
  2. IMAGINE THIS... Students use their imaginations to share their thoughts and ideas about hypothetical situations.
  3. QUESTION OF THE DAY Students share advice, ideas, thoughts, and opinions by answering a variety of questions.
  4. WOULD YOU RATHER... Students choose between two different situations, and share and justify their opinions.
  5. CHARACTER TRAITS Students share their thoughts and ideas about different character traits.
  6. QUOTE OF THE DAY Students respond to a variety of quotes, and share their thoughts and ideas about what they mean.
  7. THIS OR THAT? Students choose between two different things, and share and justify their choices.
  8. TIME TO SHARE! Students use these prompts to share a little bit about themselves.
  9. SCHOOL SCENARIOS Student share about what they would do in a variety of social situations at school.

How to use these slides:

  • Start by giving students a few minutes to think about the prompt on their own. You may also encourage them to jot down some idea.
  • Next, have students take turns sharing in pairs or small groups.
  • Encourage students to ask questions and make connections.
  • Last, share as a whole class, as time permits.

Please email me at rebecca@createteachshare.com with any questions or comments.

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