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Three Ways to Speak English

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Audrey Brimberry

on 2 October 2015

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Transcript of Three Ways to Speak English

QUESTIONING....dig deeper
Hot
seat:
Dialectical prejudice
Three Ways to Speak English
How would you define race? What does it mean to you?
How many races do you think there are? What are they? How do you decide which
race someone belongs to?
Where do your ideas about race come from? What are the sources of your information?
Eurocentric Standards of beauty & culture
Dialectical prejudice
The multifaceted racial history of America
Linguistic transformation
Level 1: Gathering
Level 2: Processing
Level 3: Applying
1. What surprised you?
2. What would you like to discuss further?
3. What is one question you still have?
1. Each side nominates one person to sit in the
hotseat.
2. When the timer starts, the designated questioners alternate asking questions for
60 seconds.
3.
The person in the

hotseat
must answer all questions as quickly and thoughtfully as possible.

Two truths and a lie:
1. My mom is competing in a karaoke contest.

3. I have touched a live bear.

5. I learned how to surf when I was 12.
Killer Skill:

Challenge Skill:
What it means:

Graphic organizers & vocabulary that help:

Genres I can read to practice:

What are the top 5 things on your summer bucket list?
Fantasy Day
10 am
12 pm
2 pm
4 pm
6 pm
8 pm
10 pm
12 am
Journal:
1.
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3.
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