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Teaching Respectful Dialogue

Teaching Respectful Dialogue
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A great beginning of year activity for advanced readers (grade 11-12). In this lesson, students consider the differences between "dialogue" and "polemic;" they then use this discussion to create their own discussion norms. This lesson helps students consider multiple, opposing viewpoints that they'll encounter in their research and during in-class discussions.

Included in this resource: Instructional plan, graphic organizer to facilitate quote analysis, PowerPoint slides

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6 pages
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90 minutes
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