M5B-1-1 - do for fun Signature Questions used in this chart...

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M5B Read the nine communication exchanges described in the following classroom activity. The students’ directions are to engage a different student in each of the box activities. After completing the box, the students sign each other’s chart – then they move to a new student. 1. Act out a conversation between an alligator and a turtle. Signature 2. Solicit a favor from me to help you get something you need. Signature 3. You meet me at a party. Tell me what you would say to get to know me. Signature 4. Ask me three questions Signature 5. Give me three commands on how I should implement communication-based instruction. Signature 6. What would you do if you knew you could not fail? Signature 7. Tell me what would happen if everything in the world turned green. Signature 8. Tell me why you agree or disagree with the statement: “What you believe will happen to you does happen.” Signature 9. Describe what you like to
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Unformatted text preview: do for fun. Signature Questions used in this chart might be used for vocabulary or content review. Now complete the same chart by creating questions you might use in your classroom. 1. Describe how you feel today. 2. Tell me what would happen if I attended school 3. Act out a conversation between you and a student in your native country. from my native country. 4. Describe what you think students in my country do for fun. 5. Give me two phrases I could use to request assistance from a teacher in your country. 6. Tell me why I enjoy and learn if I visited your country. 7. Ask me what you do not understand about my native culture. 8. Solicit answers about how I felt and what I thought when I first entered an American school. 9. You sit beside me in this classroom. You know that I am new to this country. What do you do to make me feel welcome and to help me academically?...
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