WOULD YOU RATHER – 212 Cards with Thought-Provoking Questions

WOULD YOU RATHER – 212 Cards with Thought-Provoking Questions
WOULD YOU RATHER – 212 Cards with Thought-Provoking Questions
WOULD YOU RATHER – 212 Cards with Thought-Provoking Questions
WOULD YOU RATHER – 212 Cards with Thought-Provoking Questions
WOULD YOU RATHER – 212 Cards with Thought-Provoking Questions
WOULD YOU RATHER – 212 Cards with Thought-Provoking Questions
WOULD YOU RATHER – 212 Cards with Thought-Provoking Questions
WOULD YOU RATHER – 212 Cards with Thought-Provoking Questions
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TEACHER COMMENTS:
• I'm excited to have a new way of kids getting to reacquaint themselves with old friends.
• My students beg me to bring these out.
• I've learned so much about my students while listening to their discussions.
• Love these! We've used these at the beginning of our staff developments.
• Great topics for discussion and friendly debate in my social skills class! My students love these!"

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These WOULD YOU RATHER discussion cards promote critical thinking, analysis, and imagination - and they're fun in the process. While there are no right or wrong responses, these questions stimulate self-reflection and examination of others' viewpoints.

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WAYS TO USE THESE CARDS:


1. Project the prompt, have students write their responses and reasons, and then discuss as a whole class.

2. Project the prompt and ask students to take a stand by going to one side of the room or the other. Have each side meet to discuss main supporting reasoning and then have a spontaneous, friendly debate.

3. Create a large t-chart with the two choices. Break into groups of four to discuss. Have a recorder for each choice add to a bulleted list of supporting reasons on the chart. Post the chart and discuss.

4. Discuss sitting as a class in a cirle. (Circle of Power and Respect)



Tags: Advisory, Homeroom, Attendance Questions, Counseling, Cooperative Learning, Morning Meetings, CPR, Developmental Designs, Ethics, Discussions, Sub Plans, Fun Days, Critical Thinking, Gifted And Talented, Homeroom, Cooperative Groups, Fluency, GATE.
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55 pages
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Does not apply
Teaching Duration
Lifelong tool
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