Improving Conversational Density in Book Clubs

Improving Conversational Density in Book Clubs
Improving Conversational Density in Book Clubs
Improving Conversational Density in Book Clubs
Improving Conversational Density in Book Clubs
Improving Conversational Density in Book Clubs
Improving Conversational Density in Book Clubs
Improving Conversational Density in Book Clubs
Improving Conversational Density in Book Clubs
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This presentation can be used to help learners distinguish between those conversational contributions that stall book club discussions and those that push the discussion deeper. Students are shown the difference between organizational talk, informational talk, and push questions through a conversational model in three stages.

If your students are having book conversations that don't go anywhere, or if their talk isn't reaching the levels of rigor that the common core speaking and listening standards suggest, this resource may help.
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