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Constantinople, Day 1

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Amelia Merwin

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Constantinople, Day 1
Do Now - Tuesday, September 6, 2016
Responding:


To say something in reply. Answering a question. Not necessarily meant to induce further comments from others.
VP - Marketing
Name
Name
The city of
Constantinople
was
"at a crossroads".
This means that it was directly in between two important areas, Europe and Asia.
SELF-RATING: How did you do today?
1, 2, 3 or 4?
Today's Learning Objectives
SWBAT identify the differences among the four levels of the "Quality of Comments" rubric


SWBAT achieve a score of 3 or higher while participating in a classroom discussion.
What's the difference
between
responding

and
discussing
?
SPEAKING AND LISTENING WEEK
"The ability to
verbally communicate
with persons inside and outside the organization' has consistently ranked in the top 4 skills employers most desire in job candidates."
A.
B.
C.
D.
Directions:
Look at each part of the "Quality of Comments" rubric for discussions.
1. Put these boxes in order from "best quality" to "lowest quality"

2. Identify one key word/phrase in each box to justify your response.
But first......
Discussion:

Quality comments, using texts/evidence to support answers, active listening. Discussion comments are often meant to elicit comments from others.
Table Discussion Question:

(Everyone shares at least once)

Does it help or hurt a city to be in "at a crossroads"? Why?
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