Ch 19: 6th Grade Language Arts: Collaborative Discussion

About This Chapter

The videos in this chapter are a great way to teach your 6th grader the skills necessary for collaborative discussion. The lesson quizzes and the chapter exam can help you ensure your students are grasping the concepts.

6th Grade Language Arts: Collaborative Discussion - Chapter Summary

The brief, engaging videos in this chapter are a great way to reinforce and clarify the skills and strategies your 6th grader needs in order to participate in collaborative discussion. The lessons cover topics such as how to choose speech topics, how to compose strong introductions and conclusions and every step in between. Each lesson is followed by a short multiple-choice quiz to make sure your student is grasping the information.

Chapter Lessons and Objectives

Video Objectives
Cooperative and Collaborative Learning in the Classroom Understand effective communication in group activities.
Collaborative Skills: Definition, Lesson & Quiz Explore the different types of collaborative skills.
Coming to a Discussion Prepared Learn the tips and tricks to demonstrate preparedness in a planned discussion.
How to Contribute to a Discussion Explain how to elaborate on relevant topics in a discussion.
Demonstrating Understanding of Multiple Perspectives Use reflection and paraphrasing to demonstrate understanding of different perspectives.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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