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Participating in Group Discussions - Grades 3-5 (Grade 6)

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Participating in Group Discussions - Grades 3-5

1. 
When responding to someone during a discussion, which is NOT a way to begin your response?
  1. I think
  2. On the contrary
  3. I agree
  4. I disagree
 
2. 
Which is a way to show your agreement without interrupting the discussion?
  1. say "yes" loudly
  2. clap
  3. nod your head
  4. boo
3. 
Which is a phrase you can use when you want to support an idea with specific details?
  1. I have more evidence for...
  2. I have a question about...
  3. I would like to build on that idea...
  4. I have another idea...
 
4. 
Which is the most formal way to say you disagree with someone?
  1. No way!
  2. I have a different idea...
  3. Boo
  4. Oh, please.
5. 
Which is the most formal way to say you agree with someone?
  1. I think that's so great...
  2. I agree with...
  3. You're so on point!
  4. Yes!
 
6. 
Which is a phrase you can use when you want to agree with someone?
  1. I have more evidence for...
  2. I have a question about...
  3. I would like to build on that idea...
  4. I have another idea...
7. 
Which is a phrase you can use when you want to clarify something you did not understand?
  1. I would like to build on that idea...
  2. I have more evidence for...
  3. I have a question about...
  4. I have another idea...
 
8. 
Which is a phrase you would use when you do not quite agree with someone?
  1. I would like to build on that idea...
  2. I have more evidence for...
  3. I think that...
  4. I have another idea...

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