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  • 1. Discussion:
    • the exchange of ideas and opinions.
    • students students
    • students teacher
  • 2. Discussion may be small group or large group.
  • 3. When using this strategy,
    • ask open-ended questions; “how” or “why”
    • allow “wait time” for students to think.
  • 4.
    • Interesting
    • Challenging
    Advantages
  • 5.
    • Inclusive
    • Opportunity for new ideas
    Advantages
  • 6.
    • Limited participation
    • Sometimes unchallenging
    Limitations
  • 7.
    • Difficulty level
    • Age appropriateness
    Limitations
  • 8. As an instructional strategy, discussion is
  • 9. As an instructional strategy, discussion is
  • 10. Discussion in action Click here to watch an example of a discussion in a third grade classroom, taken from teachertube.com