conversation strategies

conversation strategies - STUDENTCONVERSATIONSTARTERS

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STUDENT CONVERSATION STARTERS I have been noticing some of your strengths at school. Give some concrete examples I have noticed that you seem to get stuck or struggle at the following times. QUESTION SAMPLES   1. What is your daily after school routine?  Who is with you?  When do you go to  daycare? 2. How do you feel about school? 3. If there were something you could change in school what would it be? 4. What is your favorite subject to do in school? 5. What is your favorite activity to do at home? 6. When do you go to bed/wake up? 7. What do you often have for breakfast, dinner? 8. What are your goals for this year? 9. What do you think you are good at? 10. What have you done that you are proud of? 11. What do you think would help you at school to do well? 12. How do you think you learn best? 13. What gets in the way of your learning?
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