Work hard; play hard!

Work hard; play hard!
Consulting in Maui!

Monday, October 6, 2014

Follow Up Statements and Questions


We are always working on increasing our use of follow up questions and follow up statements to increase conversational skills and decrease the ego-centric nature that we operate out of so frequently at the middle school level. 
I created this document for our poster in our class so we have it displayed large and prominently in our social skills classroom! The students also have created their own posters for this unit and keep them in their binders to remind us during our Weekend Wrap Up sessions that it is their job not only to share but to also engage by asking follow up questions and making follow up statements. Today they will get chips to throw in the middle for each time they make one. 

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