Discussion Starters Pack Writing Prompts for Middle and High School

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Looking for ways to get your middle and high school students talking about situations they face in real life? Here are 26 no prep discussion prompts that address real-world situations and start discussions on morality, right and wrong, responsibility, and social and peer pressure.

These make great discussion, journal, and writing prompts!

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This product is appropriate for all middle and high school students.

This pack contains prompts in two formats:

  • List Format: great for teacher reference, in the front of student journals, as a list for students to choose topics from, etc.
  • Prompt Cards: great to display on an overhead or LCD projector, to print on cardstock and hand out to small groups, to hang at discussion “stations” around the room, etc.

Use in a wide variety of classes: English, Social Studies, Religion, Character Education, Homeroom, and so much more!

Check out the preview for question samples!

Once you have downloaded, looked over, and/or used this, please leave feedback! Thanks!

Rebecca Gettelman

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