This is a pair or trio activity which is ideal for reflection and also to practice focused listening. Structured dialogues can work well with teens and adults in a variety of learning contexts or communities.
These conversations work best when you provide context for doing it first. As in, “Here’s an activity that will give you an opportunity to reflect on our topic with someone here while experiencing uninterrupted listening.”
About 10-12 minutes. The video above models it from start to finish. Additional resources below give you access to the slides and additional prompt ideas you can use to adapt the slides for your own purposes.
Some kind of synchronous tool (even a phone can work for duos).
View 2 Google slides with instructions, a recorded sample dialogue and possible prompts to choose from.
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