Don’t forget the rules of a successful academic controversy!Practice active listening.Challenge ideas, not personsTry your...
Structured academic controversy capture sheet king george
Structured academic controversy capture sheet king george
Structured academic controversy capture sheet king george
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  1. 1. Don’t forget the rules of a successful academic controversy!Practice active listening.Challenge ideas, not personsTry your best to understand the other positionsShare the floor: each person in a pair MUST have an opportunity to speakNo disagreeing until consensus-building as a group of fourStructured Academic Controversy Capture Sheet<br />Essential Question to be answered:<br />Did King George III treat the colonists fairly?<br />Preparation:<br /><ul><li>Highlight your assigned position.</li></ul>Yes: King George III treated the colonists fairly.<br />No: King George III was harsh in his treatment of the colonists.<br /><ul><li>Read through each document searching for support for your side’s arguments. Use the documents to fill in the chart here:</li></ul>Document #What is the main idea of this document?What details support your position?<br /><ul><li>Work with your partner to summarize your arguments for your position using the supporting documents you found above.</li></ul>Position Presentation:<br /><ul><li>You and your partner will present your position to your opposing group members. When you are done, you will then listen to your opponents’ position.</li></ul> While you are listening to your opponents’ presentation, write down the main details that they present here:<br />Questions I have for the opposing partners:<br />How they answered these questions:<br />Consensus Building:<br /><ul><li>Put your assigned roles aside. Where does your group stand on the question? Where does your group agree? Where does your group disagree? Your consensus answer does not have to be strictly yes, or no.</li></ul>We agree:<br />We disagree:<br />Our final consensus<br />Closure:<br />Did your opinion on this answer change from the start of this activity to the end? Explain.<br />

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